Kenneth W. Revels

Associate Professor of Information Systems
Coordinator for the College of Professional Advancement
Department of Mathematics, Science, and Informatics

Education

  • B.B.A., Information Systems, University of West Georgia, 1985
  • M.B.A., Information Systems, Keller Graduate School of Management, 1997
  • Ph.D., Information Systems, Nova Southeastern University, 2001

Kenneth W. Revels has taught at Mercer University since 1997, both as an adjunct professor for four years and full time since 2001. He served as Chair of the College of Professional Advancement Executive Committee 2013-14; Interim Director of the College of Professional Advancement’s Office of Distance Learning 2013-present; and Chair of the Information Systems Department 2001-08. He received the Excellence in Teaching Award 2011-12, became a Governor’s Teaching Fellow 2007-08, and implemented ODL Faculty Fellowship 2013-14 and 2014-15.

Dr. Revels served four years in the United States Marine Corps. He was a University of West GA 1982 Division III National Football Championship team member. Before coming to Mercer, he gained over 15 years of information systems development and management experience in organ transplantation and donation at Emory University Hospital, Piedmont Hospital, Egleston Hospital, and LifeLink of Georgia.

Dr. Revels aspires to bring forth in each student how to analyze, develop, and use applications to solve business problems. He feels his obligation as a teacher is to instill through his example the importance of organization, preparation, respect, professional ethics, problem solving skills, and an enjoyment for learning.

Research and professional interests

System analysis, system design, database design, data migration, and XML

Contact Dr. Revels


678.547.6483
revels_kw@mercer.edu