“It is a great blessing to have outstanding administrative staff at Southwestern Seminary who are also committed scholars and are able to bring those teaching gifts into the classroom,” said President Adam W. Greenway. “The outstanding faculty of Southwestern Seminary is undergirded by these new colleagues, providing the best in theological education across the academic disciplines of Southern Baptists’ ‘crown jewel’ seminary.”
Mark Baker, deputy director of the Darrington Extension Center, has been appointed assistant professor of biblical studies for Scarborough College. His educational experience includes a Bachelor of Arts from Bryan College (2008), a Master of Divinity from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (2013), and a Ph.D. from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (2019).
Amy L. Crider, director of the Doctoral Center for Writing Excellence, has been appointed associate professor of foundations of education in the Jack D. Terry School of Educational Ministries. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in professional writing (1984) and her Master of Arts in English with a concentration in composition and rhetoric (1988) at Miami University (Ohio). She later completed her Ed.D. at Southern Seminary (2017).
Adam Dodd, director of Campus Technology, has been appointed assistant professor of Old Testament and biblical backgrounds in the School of Theology. He earned his Bachelor of Science at the University of Central Arkansas (2002), and his Master of Divinity (2008), Master of Theology (2011), and Ph.D. (2019) from Southwestern Seminary.
George Dyson, director of the Darrington Extension Center, has been appointed assistant professor of Christian studies for Scarborough College. He earned his Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Ohio State University in 2001 and his Master of Divinity from Southwestern Seminary in 2016. He served in the U.S. Navy from 2004-2011 and then began serving as a first officer for Southwest Airlines and head chaplain for the Galveston Juvenile Detention Center.
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Source: Southwestern Seminary