Cornerstone University professors are involved in research, publishing, and many other academic activities outside the classroom. Along with their rigorous pursuit of knowledge and excellence in their fields, CU professors put their students' education first, pushing them to higher levels of learning and intellect.
Congratulations to David Kennedy, retired GRTS Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Dr. Brenda King, Professor of Sociology
They were inducted into the Cornerstone University Faculty Hall of Honor on February 7, 2014 at the Winter Gala.
Cynthia Beach, Assistant Professor of English
Prof. Cynthia Beach and Prof. David Beach (PGS Enhanced Adjunct Professor) contributed devotionals to Zondervan’s new grief bible, Hope in the Mourning (2013).
Dr. Crompton will be presenting on " Neurotransmission and its Potential Role at the Mind/Brain Interface" at the “Science & Faith” conference in Stuttgart, Germany in March 2014.
Jonathan Greer, Assistant Professor of Old Testament
Dr. Greer wrote "Dinner at Dan: An Exegetical and Archaeological Exploration of Sacred Feasting at Iron Age II Tel Dan.” Culture and History of the Ancient Near East Series. Leiden/Boston: Brill.
Rachel Hammond, Assistant Professor of Business
Prof. Hammond has been accepted to the doctoral program at Anderson University.
Jonathan Marko, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Theology
Prof. Marko will address the topic "Raising Up Teachers in the Local Church" at the January GRARBC Breakpoint Meeting (a gathering of pastors from the Grand Rapids areas).
Pete Muir, Associate Professor of Media and Communication & Media Division Chair
Congratulations to Dr. Muir! He successfully defended his doctoral dissertation on Friday, Nov. 1, 2013, and will graduate from Western Michigan University in December, 2013.
Dr. Ostrander’s new book Reconsidering College is featured in two publications: Inside Higher Education and The Christian Post.
Michael Pasquale, Associate Professor of Linguistics and Humanities Division Chair
Dr. Pasquale was elected to the board of directors of the Michigan TESOL organization and presented a paper at their annual conference.
Don Perini, Associate Professor of Ministry and Creativity
Prof. Perini’s book, Emerge, was released on February 2, 2014.