Michael E. Arrington is Executive Director of the International Association of Baptist Colleges and Universities, and most recently, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at Carson-Newman College (2001- 2008). He holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, and has taught and worked in administrative positions at Ouachita Baptist University (1973-2001).
Maria Enedina Lima Bezerra is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Fortaleza, Fortaleza, Brazil. She holds graduate degrees from Millersville University (M.A.) and the University of Florida (Ph.D.), and served as Visiting Professor at Campbellsville University during Spring Semester 2009.
William H. Brackney is Dr. Millard R. Cherry Distinguished Professor of Christian Theology and Ethics at Acadia Divinity College, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada. He has been a member of the faculty at Acadia since 2006 and previously taught at Houghton College, Colgate Rochester Divinity School, Eastern Baptist Seminary, and Baylor University.
Neville Callam was elected General Secretary of the Baptist World Alliance in 2007 following extensive service in the organization as vice president and member of numerous commissions, workgroups, the General Council, and Executive Committee. An ordained minister since 1977, Callam has pastured churches in his native Jamaica and taught at the United Theological College of the West Indies and Jamaican Theological Seminary.
Tommy Clark is Professor of Art and has been a member of the faculty since 1972. He has exhibited at Mid-State Show in Indiana, the Kentucky State Fair, Art Museum in San Angelo, Texas, and numerous schools throughout Kentucky. Clark has been a member of the Kentucky Guild of Arts and Craftsmen and the Kentucky Juried Craftsman Program. In 1985, one of his original Christmas ornaments was displayed at the White House.
Robert L. Doty is Professor of English Emeritus, having come to Campbellsville in 1973, and has taught in London, England, for the Private College Consortium for International Studies. He continues to be active in the life of Campbellsville University and is a member of the Editorial Board of The Campbellsville Review.
Michael Shane Garrison is an alumnus of Campbellsville University (1999) and now serves as an Assistant Professor of Educational Ministries in the University?s School of Theology. He holds an Ed.D. in Leadership and most recently completed his dissertation entitled "Models of Academic Governance and Institutional Power on Southern Baptist Related Liberal Arts Colleges and Universities."
Yawen Ludden, a native of Shanghai, China, received her Master of Arts in Music from Campbellsville University in 2005, culminating with a thesis entitled Musicians in Shanghai during the Cultural Revolution (1966- 1976). She is currently a doctoral student in musicology at the University of Kentucky and has presented papers and presentations at national and international conferences on Chinese music.
Sunny Onyiri was born in Nigeria and immigrated to the United States in the early 1990s. He is currently an Associate Professor of Accounting and Business at Campbellsville University. Onyiri is actively involved in social issues in the Niger Delta, one of the oil producing regions of Nigeria, and is also an active member of Umu-Ogba USA (UUSA), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing school supplies to elementary schools in Ogba communities of the Niger Delta.
Jarvis J. Williams has served as an assistant professor of New Testament and Greek at Campbellsville University since December 2007. He is the author of Maccabean Martyr Traditions in Paul's Theology of Atonement: Did Martyr Theology Shape Paul's Conception of Jesus' Death? (Eugene, Or: Wipf and Stock, forthcoming 2009) and One New Man: The Cross and Racial Reconciliation in Paul's Theology (Nashville: Broadman & Holman, forthcoming), and he has published an article and book review in the Princeton Theological Review on penal substitution.
Robert VanEst, a native of Indiana, received his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction/English from Indiana State University in 2000. He is currently an Associate Professor of Education at Campbellsville University, where he has been a member of the faculty since 2001.
Posted on Fri, December 20, 2013
by Glen Taul