Summary Vita for Richard L. Brozovic, M.S.
Instructor of Computer Science and Information Systems
(325) 793-6824

Ph.D. Computer Science Texas Tech University 30 hours
M.S. Computer Systems Air Force Institute of Technology Dec 1980
B.A.  Computer Science Air Force Academy Jun 1976


Data Processing Instructor Southwest Texas Junior College, Del Rio TX 1979-1979
Data Processing Instructor Park College, Del Rio TX 1978-1979
Data Processing Instructor San Antonio College, San Antonio TX 1981-1984
Computer Science Instructor George Mason University, Fairfax VA 1985-1985
Computer Science Instructor Park College, Arlington VA 1985-1987
Computer Science Instructor Northern Virginia Comm. Coll., Alexandria VA 1986-1988
Mathematics Instructor McMurry University, Abilene, TX 1996-1998 
Director of Computer Training McMurry University, Abilene TX 1998-2000
Mathematics Instructor McMurry University, Abilene TX 2000-2001
Computer Science Instructor McMurry University, Abilene TX 2001-pres.
Computer Systems Officer US Air Force 1976-1996
  • Seventeen computer science and information systems courses using numerous programming languages, from introduction to computers and basic fluency to software engineering and supervision of honors theses.
  • Three math courses: algebra, contemporary math, intro algebra.
  • Freshman seminar.
  • Sam Taylor Fellowship grant for research in grid computing, Fall 2006
  • “Evaluation of Ada as a Design Language”, Computer Related Information Systems Symposium, US Air Force Academy, 1982, co−author and presenter
  • “Evaluation of Ada as a Programming Language”, Computer Related Information Systems
    Symposium, US Air Force Academy, 1982, co−author
  • “Grid Computing”, McMurry School of Arts & Sciences Faculty Colloquium presenter, Jan 2009
  • “Overview of Microsoft .Net”, AITP Big Country Chapter speaker, Oct 2007
  • Chaired and served on numerous faculty committees. Chaired one faculty search committee
    and served on one staff search committee. Served as: candidate interviewer for Honors
    Program, department representative at most campus recruiting events, advisor for majors as
    well as general freshmen, and Faculty advisor of Student AITP Chapter. Serve as contest
    director and judge for both district and regional level Texas UIL Computer Science contests.
    Currently serving as coach for a small, area high school UIL Computer Science team.