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Subjects Taught


National Science Foundation Grant to University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee

Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from Vanderbilt University

Masters of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary

Masters of Science in Math Education from Jacksonville State University



Before transitioning into teaching I worked as a consulting engineer in the area of control systems. Mostly I worked with electronic control systems, but my company also made pneumatic controls so I had some small experience in that area as well.

I started teaching youth at church in 1990 after completing the Christian education curriculum at Dallas Theological Seminary.  I began teaching mathematics in schools in 2008 and joined the faculty at OHS in 2013 while finishing my masters in education at JSU. I taught two years at The Donoho School teaching pre-Algebra, Algebra II, Algebraic Connections, Geometry, and Pre-calculus and one year at JSU teaching college algebra.  

This is my fifth year teaching at Oxford; I teach several levels of Engineering and Robotics and I work with the robotics competition teams.


I have a wonderful wife Gwen to whom I have been married for twenty-nine years.  Gwen is a speech pathologist and she works at an assisted nursing facility here in Oxford. She is also a very talented pianist and plays for Parker Memorial Baptist Church in Anniston. We have a twenty-seven year old son Drew who graduated from JSU in Criminal Justice and works for the Calhoun County Sheriff's Department. Drew also works with the television production at church and directs many of the television broadcasts of our services on Sunday mornings. Many of you may also know my father-in-law Phil Whisenhunt because he has done extended pulpit supply for several churches in the Oxford area.  

I love teaching young people. This will be my 27th year teaching teenagers and I still learn from them every year.  I feel incredibly blessed to be able to teach your children here in Oxford and I hope to impact them daily with the beauty of engineering that is all around them.