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Ignite Your Intellectual Journey with Faith

Discover the transformative power of integrating Christian faith into your education at the College of Humanities and Sciences at North Greenville University. Through our interdisciplinary approach, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of human interactions with social, natural, and physical environments, while also developing a strong foundation in Christian values. 

Our faculty are dedicated to providing a challenging and intellectually stimulating environment that encourages critical thinking and personal growth. With collaborative and experiential study opportunities, you will develop ethical professional practices and effective communication skills that prepare you for success in a wide range of careers or further academic studies.

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Message from the Dean

“At North Greenville University we believe that ‘all truth is God’s truth.’ By which we mean that all truth ultimately comes from God, who is Truth. Because we believe that all fields of knowledge ultimately cohere in Christ, the act of studying any discipline is a spiritual act.”

– H. Paul Thompson, Jr., PhD
Dean, College of Humanities and Sciences

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Humanities and Sciences Beside Experienced and Faithful Professors

Paul Thompson, Jr., PhD
Dean, College of Humanities and Sciences
Cheryl Collier, PhD
Professor, English
Jeffrey French, PhD
Professor, Biology
Christine B. Haltiwanger, PhD
Associate Dean, School of Health and Wellness
Ken Baker, PhD
Professor, Physical Education
Deborah Batson, MEd
Instructor, Computer Science
David Bell, MA
Instructor, History
Mark Bjornsen, PhD
Assistant Professor, Physical Education
Kayla Black, EdD
Assistant Professor, Honors and History
Allison Bridges, PhD
Assistant Professor, Biology
Gregory Bruce, PhD
Distinguished Professor, English
Angela Bullard, PhD
Associate Professor, English
Amy Burke, MS
Instructor, Chemistry
Georges Chreifi, PhD
Assistant Professor, Biology
Maggie Condon, EdD
Assistant Professor, Physical Education
Charles Brian Crane, PhD
Professor, Mathematics
Shannon House Dobson, PhD
Professor, Psychology
Christina K. Eddy, PhD
Professor, Biology
David N. Entwistle, PsyD
Distinguished Professor, Psychology
Pat Freeman, MEd
Instructor, Mathematics
Haley Gambrell, MA
Assistant Professor, English
Jenna Garrett, EdD
Professor, English
Marti J. Glass, PhD
Director, Adult and Professional Studies
Bradley Gregory, PhD
Associate Professor, Psychology
Joy Hartsell, MEd
Math Professor
Michelle Heard, MA
Instructor, Spanish
Nicholas Higgins, PhD
Department Chair, Political Science, Criminal Justice, and Legal Studies
Sam Keith, PhD
Director, Center for Outdoor Leadership
Jeffrey W. King, PhD
Assistant Professor, English
Robert K. Knepp, DC
Associate Professor, Biology
Teresa Lyle, DNP
Associate Professor, Health Science
Cailyn Lee, MA
Instructor, Mathematics
Ronald C. Marks, PhD
Department Chair, Physical Sciences
Roy Liu, PhD
Associate Professor, Mathematics
H. Lee Mitchell, MS
Department Instructor, Physical Sciences
Debo Nathaniel, PhD
Department Chair, Biology
Julius Nfor, PhD
Associate Professor, Physical Science
Lucas Nossaman, PhD
Assistant Professor, English
Jeremy Parks, MS, MDiv
Instructor, American Sign Language
Brendan J.J. Payne, PhD
Department Chair, History
Kerry Ravan, MA
Department Chair, Mathematics
Steven A. Pearce, MS
Instructor, Health and Wellness
Rachel M. Roberts, PhD
Department Chair, English
Nathan Reed, PhD
Assistant Professor, Biology
Staci M. Rollins, JD
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice and Legal Studies
Hiewon Shin, PhD
Professor, English
Lisa Snyder, CP, AP
Instructor, Sociology and Psychology
David Stolze, PhD
Professor, Chemistry
Joshua J. Styles, JD
Associate Professor, Criminal Justice and Christian Studies
Keris Suttles, MA
Instructor, Spanish
Becky Thompson, EdD
Professor, English
Liliane Toss, PhD
Professor, Language
James Washick, PhD
Professor, English
Jeff Williams, DPT
Department Chair, Health Science
Paul Yandle, PhD
Associate Professor, History
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