Graham McKeague

Dean of Human Services; Associate Professor of Educational Leadership

Faculty Positions:

Adult & Graduate Studies - Education

Staff Positions:

Adult & Graduate Studies - Administration

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Phone: 616-977-5528


Dr. Graham McKeague serves as dean of human services and associate professor of educational leadership for Cornerstone University's Professional & Graduate Studies division. He also serves on the Student Success committee at PGS, which seeks to enhance resources and opportunities for students to thrive while pursuing their education. He has worked at Cornerstone since 2010, where he began as part of the administrative team at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary.

McKeague's interest and background in cross-cultural education stems from his work with Youth With A Mission training schools in Los Angeles, Calif. He continues to work with churches and other organizations to help train and equip people for cross-cultural work. He also has experience teaching as an adjunct professor at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary and Michigan State University in the areas of intercultural studies, cultural intelligence and education.

Check out his blog posts on our blog, Lifelong Learning Matters.

"Teaching is a privilege. It is rewarding to see students learn new ideas, concepts or theories, then seek to apply what they have learned to their own life. A learner-centered teaching approach allows students to bring their experience and prior knowledge into the classroom, and acknowledges that students are motivated to grow and change as a result of their education. This type of education is important in shaping students to be successful in all areas of life."


  • Global Citizenship in a Liberal Arts Curriculum: Meanings for Faculty Work (ProQuest UMI:10150206, 2016)

Licenses, Memberships and Recognitions

  • Cultural Intelligence (CQ) Facilitator (Level 1)


  • Ph.D., Higher Education, Michigan State University
  • M.A., Intercultural Studies, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary
  • Th.M., University of St. Andrews


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