2017 May Faculty News

The faculty members of Johnson University 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 May 2017.

Heather Gorman (Associate Professor of New Testament) was the main speaker at Johnson University’s annual Women’s Conference on May 19-20, 2017.

James Gorman (Assistant Professor of History) played bass for the Women's Conference at Johnson University on May 19-20 and for Senior Saints on May 22-23. He traveled to Indiana to officiate the wedding of alumni Bobby Morales and Meghan Claywell on May 26.

Gregory Linton (Vice Provost for Academic Services) completed his first year as editor-in-chief of the Biblical Higher Education Journal. Volume 12 of the journal was released in April.

Tony Krug (Professor of Educational Technology) spoke at the Men’s Prayer Breakfast at Seymour Heights Christian Church on May 20. His topic was “Chinese Teacher Education Ministries at Johnson University.”

Tom Roberts (Affiliate Faculty, School of Business and Public Leadership and the Master of Strategic Ministry ExtendEd program) made a presentation to the Indianapolis Chapter of the American Society of Military Comptrollers as part of their Professional Development Conference on May 2, 2017. Speaking to more than 150 financial management professionals of the Department of Defense Finance and Accounting Service, he spoke on Leadership Fundamentals. Using a leadership competency framework developed by the U. S. Coast Guard, Tom compared and contrasted practices of good leaders with those of poor leaders. Much of the materials he used are contained in Johnson’s Fundamentals of Strategic Leadership Course (CMSM 5113).

Gary Stratton (University Professor of Worldview and Spiritual Formation & Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences) attended board meetings for both the Compass School of the Cinematic Arts and Bethany College of Missions (where he serves as vice-chair) in pursuit of fulfilling Johnson’s mission to extend the kingdom of God among all nations (and all industries).

Posted: 6/23/2017 2:17:18 PM


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