Dr. Joseph Early

Dr. Joseph Early

Professor of Theology, QEP Director
Location
Main Campus
Building
Druien Hall
Room
117
UPO
790

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Career Objective:

To become a contributing member of a faculty that values effective teaching in an environment that stimulates and supports research and writing.

Academic Experience:

Associate Professor of Religion and Director of the Quality Enhancement Plan Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, Kentucky – Fall 2009-Present

Classes Taught: New Testament Survey, Old Testament Survey, Church History (Undergraduate and Graduate), Contemporary Theology (Undergraduate and Graduate), Philosophy (Undergraduate and Graduate), Christian Theology (Undergraduate and Graduate), Baptist History (Undergraduate and Graduate in Fall 2012), Ethics of Christ (Graduate), Introduction to Ethics (Undergraduate in Spring 2016). Quality Enhancement Responsibilities Include: Writing the QEP, serving as the QEP representative for SACSCOC on sight visit, training faculty, administrating all aspects of the QEP, writing the Five-Year Review, and attending all SACSCOC annual meetings (2012-Present).

Assistant Professor of Religion University of the Cumberlands, Williamsburg, Kentucky – Spring 2004-Fall 2009

Classes Taught: New Testament Survey, Old Testament Survey, Church History, Baptist Theologians, Historical
Theology, Reformation, Baptist History, American Christianity

Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion / Post-Doctoral Fellow Baylor University, Waco Texas: Fall 2002-Spring 2004

Assistant to the Director of the Program in Baptist Studies. My responsibilities for the Ordination Colloquium were: to correspond with all presenters and edit their materials prior to their presentations, develop an outline for the program, develop a list and invite various groups, assist with housing and other special activities for presenters, responders, and other groups in attendance, develop a database of potential guests for future events. Classes Taught: New Testament, Christian Heritage.

Teaching Assistant (Master’s Program), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas – Fall 2001-Spring 2002

Classes Taught: History of Christianity I, Substitute Teacher and Grader for Dr. H. L. McBeth

Adjunct Professor (Masters and Diploma Program), Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Missouri – Fall 1997-Spring 1999

Classes Taught: Study Skills, History of Christianity I, History of Christianity II, Baptist History, The
Southern Baptist Convention, New Testament Survey I, New Testament Survey II, Cultural Settings, Theological    German.