John R. Burch, Jr. is Dean of Distance Learning and Library Services and has been a member of the faculty since 2000.  The author of number articles, reviews, and several books, he holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Kentucky.

Robert L. Doty is Professor of English Emeritus, having come to Campbellsville in 1973, and has taught in London 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.  His poems from Nigeria were inspired by a mission trip to the African country in February 2010.

Darlene Eastridge is Dean of the Carver School of Social Work and has been a member of the faculty since 1994.  She holds a Ph.D. in social work from the University of Louisville and is a Campbellsville College alumna.

James Leo Garrett, Jr.  is  Distinguished  Professor  of  Theology Emeritus, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas.  He holds doctoral degrees from Southwestern Seminary and Harvard University, and is author or editor of a dozen books, including Baptist Church Discipline, Baptists and Roman Catholicism, and We Baptists.

Michael Shane Garrison is an alumnus of Campbellsville University ('99) and serves as Assistant Professor of Educational Ministries  in the University's School of Theology.  He holds an Ed.D. in Leadership and wrote his dissertation on Models of Academic Governance and Institutional Power on Southern Baptist Related Liberal Arts Colleges and Universities.

John E. Hurtgen is Dean of the School of Theology and Professor of New Testament and Greek, having joined the faculty in 1990.  His publications include the books Reading the New Testament (1993) and Anti-language in the Apocalypse of John (1993).  Hurtgen has given numerous presentations at colloquiums, churches, and professional organizations, including a paper at the Society of Biblical Literature in San Francisco (1997) on "Foolish Pharisees and Waterless Clouds: Stereotypic Language Use in the New Testament."

Ogochukwu Onyiri, a native of Nigeria, is Adjunct Instructor of Biology.  She holds bachelor and master's degrees from Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Nigeria, and has done postmaster's studies at Alabama A&M University in environmental science and toxicology, risk management, and molecular genetics.

Sunny Onyiri, a native of Nigeria and husband of Ogochukwu Onyiri, is Associate Professor of Accounting and Business.  He 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), an organization dedicated to providing school supplies to elementary schools in Ogba communities of the Niger Delta.

Jean Oostens has enjoyed a distinguished career as educator and researcher in his native Belgium, in France and in the United States, with positions in Saclay (France), University of California at Los Angeles and Berkeley, Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, University of Cincinnati, Lindsey-Wilson College, and Campbellsville University.  He holds a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Paris-Sud.  Now retired, Oostens continues to be active in research at the Los Alamos Research Laboratory and is Secretary of the Science Teachers Alliance, South-Central Kentucky.