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Doug Harley

Curriculum Vitae
Name: Doug Harley

Work Address: Del Mar College, 101 Baldwin Blvd, Corpus Christi, TX 78404

Office Telephone Number: 361-698-1570

College Email Address: dharley@delmar.edu

Education

  • Currently working on a doctorate in Education Leadership, Texas A&M University

Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas

  • M.S. Math Curriculum, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas, 2006 (4.0 GPA and Chancellor’s List)

  • B.A. Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, 1989

  • A.S. Trident Technical College, North Charleston, South Carolina, 1986 (made Dean’s list 7 times)

  • Military training includes: Naval Officer Training, Naval Supply Corp School, 105 mm Howitzers training, both Army and Navy Boot Camps, Morse Code training, repair and operation of the following submarine communication equipment: satellite communication equipment, various cryptographic equipment, numerous transmitters, receivers, antenna systems and teletype equipment 1977 - 1994

Teaching Experience

  • Associate Professor, 2017 – Present, Del Mar College

  • Assistant Professor, 2012 – 2017, Del Mar College

Courses taught: Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra,

Plane Trigonometry, and Elementary Statistical Methods.

(Computer Assisted, Online and Dual-Credit Online courses)


  • Mathematics Instructor, 2008 – 2012, Del Mar College

Courses taught: Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra,

Plane Trigonometry, and Elementary Statistical Methods.

(Computer Assisted, Online and Dual-Credit Online courses)


  • Math Tutor, 2002 – 2009, Veteran’s Administration, Corpus Christi, TX

Courses tutored: College Algebra and Statistics

Courses tutored: Arithmetic and Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus,

Differential Equations, Statistics, and Math Education courses.



  • Adjunct Instructor, 2000 – 2008, Del Mar College

Courses taught: Arithmetic and Geometry, Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, and College Algebra

Professional, Technical, and Work-related Experience and Skills

  • Retired Navy (enlisted submarine radioman and supply officer), 1977 – 1994

  • As an enlisted submarine radioman, I operated and repaired transmitters, receivers, antenna systems, cryptographic equipment and teletypes. I was very instrumental in our submarine being the top submarine in the Atlantic Fleet. At one point, I even single-handedly ran our Radio room during heavy seas for 91 hours (almost four days) straight while my Senior Chief was laid up in bed sea sick. I did all this while our Division was being evaluated by our Squadron. I was also able to intercept two important messages: one allowed our submarine to intercept an aircraft carrier to simulate torpedoing it and the other allowed our submarine to know in advance the time we were to launch a missile. In addition, I was instrumental in our Division receiving the Green “C” for being the number one Communication Division in our Squadron. As a result, my Commanding Officer asked me what I wanted as a reward. I requested and received the following three things: the duty station I wanted, a specific school I needed to complete an NEC which allowed me to receive a higher reenlistment bonus and a special program, the Enlisted Education Advancement Program which allowed me to go to school full time to obtain my Associated Degree.

  • As an officer in the United States Navy, I was the Supply Officer / Food Service Officer on the USS Pargo SSN650. I was also the Assistant Supply Officer, Food Service Officer and Disbursing Officer for Naval Construction Battalion Seventy Four (NMCB 74) also known as the Fighting Seabees.

Current Committees

  • Developmental Education Council, Website committee for the DEC Council, and Program Review for the DEC Council

  • Curriculum Committee

  • Academic Seminar Coordinator

Professional Achievements

  • 2014 -2015 Teacher of the Year Award, Del Mar College

  • 2014 – 2015 Excellence in Teaching Award from the National Society of Leadership and Success

  • NISOD Scholarship 2010

  • Chancellor’s List, 2006

  • Navy Achievement Medal, 1984

  • Sailor of the Patrol: USS Tecumseh SSBN 628 blue crew, 1984

  • Other Military Awards: Meritorious Unit Commendation, 4 Navy “E” Awards, 3 Good Conduct Awards, Sea Service Deployment Award, M16A1 Rifle and .45 Caliber Pistol Sharpshooter Ribbons, Letter of Commendation, and Numerous Letters of Appreciation


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