David Stovell is a Professor in the Computer Programmer program. He has been teaching for over 29 years, and at Niagara College for over 16 years. David studied Math and Physics at the University of Toronto and holds a Certificate from Georgian College in Teaching and Training Adults.
Previous to his teaching career, David held the positions of Nuclear Reactor Operator, Health Physics Instructor, Computer Programmer, Database Developer and Computer Hardware Service Technician. Currently, he is active as a Consultant in the software development industry, specializing in catering management software for hotels and convention centers.
Some of his most notable programming projects include: customizing the CRM (constituent relationship management) software for the offices of the Solicitor General of Canada; sales prospecting and operational management software for Tangerine Concepts in St. Catharines, Ontario; creating operational management software for the province of PEI’s Community Learning Centres and developing a province wide seniors needs assessment system for Hospital & Health Services in P.E.I.
“I haven’t lost my mind. It’s backed up on a disk… – somewhere”