The faculty members of Johnson University Florida participate in many activities beyond their normal teaching responsibilities, including writing, speaking, presenting at academic meetings, mission trips, and community involvement. The list below describes faculty activities in March 2018.
Marla Black (Associate Librarian) participated on a Team Evaluation visit for the Association for Biblical Higher Education from March 26 to 29.
Kendi Howells Douglas (Professor of Intercultural Studies) taught two classes on “History of Christian Missions” for Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. One was held in Palm Bay, FL, and the other in Gainesville, FL. She also led two workshops on “Current Trends in Missions” for Senior Saints in the Sun. She taught an all-day seminar on “Short-Term Missions” at Kissimmee Christian Church.
Joseph Gordon (Assistant Professor of Theology) has been accepted to participate in the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning Early Career Theology Faculty Workshop for 2018-2019.