Professional Bio


  • Ph.D., Computer Science, Iowa State University
  • M.A., Philosophy, San Deigo State University
  • B. A., Mathematics, San Diego State University

Research & Scholarship


Steele, Dennis R., “A Ten Step Model for Systems Design, Analytical, and Implementation,” Regis University Spirit Committee, 1994.

Steele, Dennis R., “Some Cave Four Fragments From the Dead Sea Scrolls and Their Implications for Contemporary Christianity,”  Theology Colloquy III, Graceland College, Lamoni, Iowa, 1995.

Steele, Dennis R., “An Analytical Model and Application for Markovian Queuing Networks,” The Journal of Computing in Small Courses, Vol. 12, No. 2, November, 1996.

Steele, Dennis R., “The Police Project at Regis University,” presented at Small Course Computing Consortium, Rocky Mountain Region, October, 1997.

Steele, Dennis R., “Quantitative Methods for Studying Mythologized Events: An Approach to the New Testament,” Theology: Interfaith Ministry. Vol. 6, March, 1999, Graceland/Park Press, Independence, Missouri.

Awards & Recognition

  • Colorado Advanced Software Institute, Undergraduate research Grant for Development of Advanced Software for Neural Network Modeling, 1994
  • Colorado Campus Compact SEAMS Grant #95LHC007,  Development of a Comprehensive based mathematical Model called ADDS (assistance, distribution and  delivery) for managing the dispatch of 911 calls to the Denver Police Department