Professor Emeritus, business and economics
Year Started: 1972
Education History: Cornell University (Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and Master of Industrial Engineering degrees), Boston University (Master of Theology degree and Ph.D.)
Professional History: Prior to Dakota Wesleyan, Mitchell was a systems analyst for Procter and Gamble and taught at Boston University. He has received both the Sears Award and Clarke Award for Teaching Excellence. His scholarly activities have focused on policy analysis and public presentations relating local and national public issues. Beyond DWU, Mitchell has been an active leader in the United Methodist Church and in local political and community activities.