JU 2016-17 Academic Year: New Personnel and Changes In Roles

Academic Administration & Services

Terry Golightly Terry Golightly is the Online Instructional Designer. She will be working from Kentucky.
M.Ed. in Instructional Design & Technology from the American Intercontinental University Online
Dametraus Jaggers Dametraus Jaggers is the Director of Future of Hope Institute (Lilly Grant) and the Director of Retention. He will be working from the Tennessee campus.
M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration and Student Personnel from Kent State University
Ph.D. candidate in Higher Education Administration from the University of Tennessee
Cindy Lewis is the Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness. She will be the accreditation liaison and continue supervision of the Registrar’s Office at JUTN.
Greg Linton Greg Linton is the Vice Provost for Academic Services. He will oversee faculty development, retention, government regulation, the Academic Support Center, the library, and other academic services from the Tennessee campus.
Mark Pierce will be taking a sabbatical in fall of 2016 and will return for the spring 2017 semester before retiring on June 30, 2017. 
Emili Williams is the Director of Assessment. She will be working from the Tennessee Campus.

School of Arts & Sciences

Kendra Fullwood Kendra Fullwood is an Assistant Professor of English and Rhetoric on the Tennessee campus.
M.A. in English from the University of Akron
Ph.D. in English from the University of Kansas
Landon Huffman Landon Huffman is an Assistant Professor of Sport & Fitness Leadership on the Tennessee campus.
M.A. in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of North Carolina
Ph.D. in Kinesiology and Sport Studies from the University of Tennessee 
Kirk McClelland Kirk McClelland is the Quality Enhancement Program (QEP) Director, Associate Professor of Service Learning, and Faculty Director of Service Engagement on the Tennessee campus.
Ed.M. in International Education Development from Boston University
Ed.D. in Learning, Leadership and Community from Plymouth State University

School of Business & Public Leadership

Catherlyn Brim Catherlyn Brim is the Dean of the School of Business and Public Leadership, and Professor of Business on the Florida campus.
Master of Business Administration from Webster University
Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University 
Alicia Crumpton Alicia Crumpton is the Director of the PhD Program in Leadership. She will be working from Phoenix, Arizona, with the Center for Global Studies.
Rachel Nawrocki Rachel Nawrocki is an Assistant Professor of Business and Nonprofit Management. She is moving from the Florida campus to the Tennessee campus to be the Nonprofit & Business Administration program director.
Debra Scanlan Debra Scanlan is the Administrative Assistant in the School of Business & Public Leadership. She will be working on the Florida campus.

School of Congregational Ministry

Mindy Heller is the new Administrative Assistant for ExtendEd Indianapolis.
Brian Leslie Brian Leslie is an Associate Professor of Youth Ministry and will be working from the  Tennessee campus.
M.A. in Youth Ministry Leadership, Huntington University 

School of Intercultural Studies

Gerald Mattingly

Gerald Mattingly will be taking a sabbatical in spring of 2017 and returning for the Fall 2017 semester.

Steve Whitmer Steve Whitmer is an online Professor of Intercultural Studies and the Director of Online Intercultural Studies Programs.
M.A. in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary
Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary

School of Social & Behavioral Sciences

Pete Cummins Pete Cummins will be taking a sabbatical in fall of 2016 and returning for the spring 2017 semester. 
Emily Eisenhart Emily Eisenhart is the Clinical Director of the University Counseling Center and a Clinical Supervisor on the Tennessee campus.
M.A. Marriage & Family Therapy/Professional Counseling from Johnson University
Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor - Mental Health Service Provider (LPC-MHSP)
Tennessee Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) 
Lora Erickson Lora Erickson is an Assistant Professor of Human Services on the Florida campus.
M.A. in Counseling from Lincoln Christian University
Ph.D. candidate in International Psychology from the Chicago School of Psychology

Templar School of Education

Karen Eastep is the Director of ECLC and supervisor of Undergraduate Field Experience. 
Chris Henderson Chris Henderson is an Adjunct Professor of Education and the new Consultant for proposed Ed.S and Ed.D programs on the Tennessee campus.
M.S. in Education from the University of Tennessee
Ed.D. in Education Administration and Policy Studies from the University of Tennessee
Chris Templar Chris Templar will remain a Professor of Education with the title of Emeritus. Chris will retire on September 1, 2016, but continue to return as a volunteer professor in the Templar School of Education.


Posted: 7/6/2016 3:29:21 PM


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