The IWU Mathematics and Computer Information Sciences faculty provide a supportive, Christ-centered community that offers engaging experiences inside and outside of the classroom. Courses for our programs are taught by professors who hold Ph.D.s. These gifted instructors also meet individually with students, host social events in their homes, support student clubs, host guest lecturers and departmental colloquia where students and faculty present on advanced topics, provide opportunities for students to participate in math competitions, present at professional conferences, are active in professional organizations, and much more.

Daniel Neumann; MA, PhD Asst Prof; Computer & Info Sciences daniel.neumann@indwes.edu


Dr. Neumann is a skilled instructor and expert consultant with over 25 years of experience in the development, installation, configuration and training aspects of high-end systems. He has a wide variety of hardware and software experience with a specialization in database and Web integration. Married for 30 years, Dan and his wife have ten children, seven of whom are adopted.

Educational Background:

  • B.A., 1979, Augsburg College
  • M.A., 1986, Webster University
  • Ph.D., 2009, Capella University


  • Cognitive learning and computational thinking
  • Artificial intelligence and cognition
  • Mobile device programming and online learning
  • The emotional domain and computer-mediated communication