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Meet Our Faculty

  • Dr. Rodney Austin

    Associate Professor of Chemistry, presented the paper "Impact of POGIL instruction on a two-semester biochemistry course at Geneva College," which examined how small group exercises improve student learning, at the Biennial Conference on Chemical Education.
  • Professor Bonnie Budzowski

    Adjunct Professor of Leadership Studies, was one of four recipients of the 2012 Women of Integrity Award presented by Pittsburgh Profession Woman.
  • Dr. Byron Curtis

    Professor of Biblical Studies, presented “Messiah and Messiahs in Zechariah 6: Crowns, Thrones, and the Zemah” as an invited guest lecturer at the Caspari Center for Biblical and Judaic Studies in Jerusalem.
  • Professor Matthew Fuss

    Assistant Professor of Business, presented “Buber: An Ethic Born Out of Responsibility”at the 2012 International Communication Ethics Conference.
  • Professor Anthony Sadar

    Adjunct Associate Professor of Science, published In Global Warming We Trust: A Heretic's Guide to Climate Science (Telescope Books, 2012).  
  • Dr. Eric Miller

    Professor of History, published Glimpses of Another Land: Political Hopes, Spiritual Longing (Cascade Books, 2012).
  • Dr. Jim Dittmar

    Chair of the Department of Leadership Studies, presented “Implementing Servant Education in a Graduate Leadership Program at Geneva College” at the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership Conference.
  • Dr. John Stahl

    Chair of the Department of Chemistry, Math and Physics, presented “Diffusion Behavior of Inert Gases in Activated Carbon Column” at the national meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). The work was co-authored with Dr. Mario Oyander, Associate Professor of Engineering, along with Geneva students Nathaniel Godfrey and Samuel Shouse as part of their senior engineering design projects.
  • Dr. Jonathan Watt

    Professor of Biblical Studies, made his third presentation on Greek diminutive affixation at the Biblical Greek Languages and Linguistics section of the Society of Biblical Literature.
  • Dr. Robert Frazier

    Professor of Philosophy,published “Ressentiment in Kierkegaard” in the Midwestern Journal of Theology.
  • Dr. Sha Wang

    Associate Professor of Music, released the CD Piano Music of Franz Schubert & Robert Schumann.
  • Dr. Shannan Shiderly

    Associate Professor of Graduate Counseling, presented the workshop "Bullying Prevention in High Schools: Student Buy-in” at the Pennsylvania School Counseling Association Conference.
  • Rev. Dr. Richard Noble

    Adjunct Assistant Professor of Communication, was one of four people selected to speak at a conference in Ulyanovsk, Russia, for pastors and church leaders of the Association of Missionary Churches of Evangelical Christians (AMCEC).
  • Dr. Lutitia Clipper

    Professor of Organizational Leadership, was named a 2013 Woman of Excellence by the New Pittsburgh Courier.
  • Dr. Mitchel Nickols

    Professor of Organizational Leadership, was named an Urban Hero by Pittsburgh's Center for Urban Biblical Ministry (CUBM).
  • Dr. Adel Aiken

    Chair of the education department, presented "Virtues in Children's Literature” to the Beaver County Reading Council.
  • Dr. Carol Luce

    Director of the M.A. in Counseling program, co-presented “Improving Behavioral Health Treatment for Older Adults through Professional Collaboration” at the 2013 Pennsylvania Psychological Association Conference.
  • Dr. David Che

    Associate Professor of Engineering, presented "Common Grace and Engineering" at the 2013 Christian Engineering Conference.
  • Dr. Ralph Ancil

    Professor of Economics, published numerous economic articles in the online journal The Imaginative Conservative (www.theimaginativeconservative.org), as well as the chapter “The Ideology of Growth and Self-Interest” in The Culture of Immodesty in American Life and Politics: The Modest Republic (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).
  • Professor Kathryn Donaldson

    Adjunct Professor of Voice and Director of Music for the Chapel Program, was a guest soloist at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England
  • Professor Stephanie Schindel

    Assistant Professor of Psychology, received the Magic Makers Award from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County for a cooperative program that she developed.

faculty

The members of the faculty are the heart of Geneva College. Geneva professors are committed to excellence in learning and the development of their students. In addition to their superb educational preparation, many of Geneva's more than 80 professors have real world work experience in their fields - Geneva has education professors who have been teachers, chemistry professors who have been chemists, and business faculty who have been accountants or have held executive posts. And you will find many faculty who are actively engaging the culture through research and writing. Faculty share this broad range of education and experience with their students to engage them in their fields and to prepare them for life beyond the classroom.

To meet our professors, search by the department or faculty member below.


 

Point of Excellence

Geneva provides graduate-level degrees in: Business Administration, Cardiovascular Science, Counseling, Higher Education, Organizational Leadership, Reading and Special Education.

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Upcoming Events
COMMUNITY
2014 One Acts –“Comic Relief”
The collection of five student-driven plays runs from April 24-26.
COMMUNITY
“How Then Shall We Sing? An evening of Psalms” at the College Hill RP Church
New Song and The Grace Notes will perform Psalms in a variety of styles on Wed., Apr. 30 at 7 p.m.
ADMISSIONS
Representatives will be in Cranberry on April 29
Information about a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs, which are offered through seven institutions including Geneva, will be presented.
SUMMER CLASSES
Advance your degree through May@Geneva
Running May 12 through June 6, May term offers key courses as well as electives and travel options.
COMMUNITY
Geneva to host National Day of Prayer breakfast
Faculty, staff, students and the community are invited to campus for prayer and breakfast on Thu., May 1 at 7:30 a.m.