Dr. James O. Webb, Jr.

College of Information and Computer Technology

Dr. James O. Webb is an adjunct instructor for Sullivan University. He has over 22 years of professional service within the Department of the Army. As a Department of the Army civilian, Dr. Webb serves as the director of the Network Enterprise Center (NEC) at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.  He is responsible for the recruitment and supervision of a culturally diverse workforce, promoting personal and professional growth through career counseling, mentoring, and professional development.

As an advocate of education, Dr. Webb is an adjunct instructor for several universities, including Sullivan, Colorado Technical University, University of Phoenix and Hopkinsville Community College.

  • Currently taking graduate/post-graduate courses through Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Open Courseware. Courses include Optimization Methods, Information Theory, and Principles of Wireless Communications.

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