Ed.D. Glenn Koonce

Faculty

Glenn Koonce, Ed.D.

Associate Professor

Educational Leadership Program & K-12 School Leadership Concentration Chair

CAEP Liaison

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Bio

Dr. Glenn Koonce came to Regent University with a proven record of leadership as a highly trained and decorated combat squad leader with the First Air Calvary Division in Vietnam during 1970-71 and leadership in sports and community activities. He taught health and physical education at the elementary, junior high and high school levels and coached football, basketball, wrestling, soccer, track, tennis, gymnastics and weight training.


Koonce has been an assistant principal at an alternative school and high school; principal at Georgetown Elementary, Crestwood Junior and Middle Schools, and Oscar Smith High School; and a director in the central office for Chesapeake Public Schools in Virginia; concluding his public school career as assistant superintendent for instructional services and personnel in Suffolk Public Schools in Virginia. Koonce has been a visiting scholar at Virginia Tech University and The George Washington University, and an adjunct professor at The George Washington University, Regent University, Tidewater Community College and Old Dominion University where he directed the Tidewater Principal's Center.


Dr. Koonce has been recognized as Principal of the Year for Virginia, president of the Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals (VASSP); Boss of the Year several times in Chesapeake Public Schools; Education Professor of the Year for the School of Education at Regent; the Regent University Faculty Excellence Award; and the Distinguished Service Award from the Virginia Professors of Educational Leadership. He has been the recipient of numerous other awards and recognitions; member and officer of many professional/community associations and organizations; graduate of a great number of professional educational leadership training programs; member/leader on three Virginia Governor, one Virginia Attorney General, and one Virginia Secretary of Public Education tasks forces; numerous Virginia Department of Education programs and activities; professional associations (at all levels); scorer for the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA) and School Superintendents Assessment (SSA); and other state agency, university; national, state, regional and local activities on a vast array of topics.


Koonce has been the president of the Virginia Education Research Association (VERA); chairman of the Virginia Education Coalition (VEC); president of the Virginia Professors of Educational Leadership (VPEL) and president of the Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals (VASSP). Koonce is a board certified auditor for the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) and lead auditor for the Council of Accreditation for Educator Preparation (CAEP).


He is the author of two textbooks, Taking Sides – Clashing Views on Educational Issues and Enhancing Teacher Performance: A Toolbox of Strategies to move behavior from problematic to good and from good to great. Research activities, consulting, numerous publications and presentations around the world from the local level to international, and serving on the editorial review board and the Virginia State Affiliate Chair for the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) and the International Council of Professors of Educational Leadership (ICPEL) round out Koonce's extensive experiences. He also serves on the Editorial Board of the European Journal of Educational Science (EJES).


Dr Koonce’s personal interests include spiritual, family, community and wellness activities of all kinds. He loves music, travel and adventure, in no particular order. He is married and lives in Chesapeake, Virginia. His passion for leadership, influencing and inspiring tomorrow's leaders, makes him an asset to the Regent family of scholars.


Dr. Koonce is the K-12 School Leadership concentration chair for the following degree programs:
Ed.D. – K-12 School Leadership
Ed.S. – K-12 School Leadership
Ph.D. in Education – K-12 School Leadership

Awards

Virginia Professors of Educational Leadership, 2018
Distinguished Service Award
VERA Annual Meeting
Richmond, VA


Regent University Faculty Excellence Award, Spring 2017
Regent University, Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs


Selected as an Industry Expert, 2015
National Association of Distinguished Professionals


Covington's Who's Who Global, VIP Registry of Executives and Professionals, 2014


President's Recognition from the Virginia Education Research Association (VERA), 2010
Virginia Educational Research Association (VERA) Annual Meeting
Doubletree Hotel
Charlottesville, VA


Virginia Professors of Educational Leadership Recognition for Service as President 2009-2010
Virginia Association of Educational Leadership (VPEL) Spring Meeting
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA


Special Recognition Award for Support of Professional School Counselors, 2010
Virginia School Counselor Association (VSCA), Awards Banquet
Richmond, VA


Professor of the Year Award, 2007
School of Education, Regent University
Virginia Beach, VA


Achievement Recognition, 2006
Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals
100 Year Legacy Program as a Past President and Past Virginia Principal of the Year
Richmond, VA


Instructional Leadership Award for Leading Change, 2006
Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)
Atlanta, GA


Grand Marshall, 2006
Oscar Smith High School & South Norfolk Borough Parade/Festivities
Chesapeake Public Schools
Chesapeake, VA


Chairman, 1998-2006
Tomorrow's Thunder National Advisory Board
Chesapeake, VA & Baltimore MD


Governor's School Safety Task Force, 2000-2003
Commonwealth of Virginia, Governor Mark Warner
Richmond, VA


Governor's Task Force on Resource Officer Training, Governor Jim Gilmore, 1998-1999
Commonwealth of Virginia
Richmond, VA


Attorney General's Task Force on Gangs and Youth Violence, Attorney General, 1998-1999
Mark Early, Commonwealth of Virginia
Richmond, VA


The Commonwealth's School Safety Task Force, 1997-1998
Department of Criminal Justice, Commonwealth of Virginia and the Secretary of Public Safety
Richmond, VA


"Boss of the Year," 1996, Chesapeake Association of Educational Office Professionals
Chesapeake Public Schools
Chesapeake, VA


Special Recognition Award, Southeastern District Principal's Council, Virginia, 1995
High School League
Charlottesville, VA


Leadership Award, 1995
Tidewater Regional Youth Alcohol and Drug Addiction
Prevention Project (YADAPP), Virginia State Department of Education,
Richmond, VA


Governor's Core Team for School Safety and Violence Prevention Project, 1994-1995
Governor George Allen, Commonwealth of Virginia
Richmond, VA


Special Olympics Leadership Award, 1993
Chesapeake Special Olympics
Chesapeake, VA


Violence in the Schools Summit, 1992-1993
Governor Douglas Wilder, Represented all secondary school principals in the Commonwealth of Virginia as President of the Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals
Henrico County, VA


"Virginia Principal of the Year," 1990 - 1991
Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals (VASSP)
Richmond, VA


Honorary DECA Life Member, 1991
Distributive Education Clubs of America
Chicago, IL


Honors Excellence in Education Award, 1990
National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), & Burger King Corporation
Washington, DC


"Boss of the Year," 1990
Chesapeake Association of Educational Office Professionals
Chesapeake Public Schools
Chesapeake, VA


Commendation Award for Administrative Leadership and Support, 1990
Virginia Vocational Technology Education Association
Richmond, VA


Award of Recognition for Exemplary Support of Technology Education, 1989
Virginia Vocational Technology Education Association
Richmond, VA


Life Membership, 1985
Presented by the Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers
Richmond, VA

Publications

Scholarly Published Articles/Books/Technical Reports/Writings/Manuals/etc.


Koonce, G. & Kreassig, K. (2020). A Decision Making Model for Promoting Social Justice through the Ethic of Justice, Ethic of Care, and Ethic of Grace. New York, NY: Springer Publishing. Book Chapter: In Publication


Koonce, G. (2020). Taking sides: Clashing views on educational issues, (20th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw- Hill. Book: ISPN-ISBN10: 1260494241 | ISBN13: 9781260494242 https://www.mheducation.com/search.html?searchQuery=Taking%20Sides%2020th%20ed%20Glenn%20Koonce&page=1&sortby=relevance&order=desc&bu=all


Koonce, G., Kreassig, K., & Hanes, J. (2018). Analysis of graduate level principal preparation and teacher preparation candidates on a Christian leadership survey at a private Christian university. European Journal of Educational Sciences, 5(1). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://ejes.eu/vol-5-no-1/


Koonce, G. (2018). Taking sides: Clashing views on educational issues, (19th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Book: ISPN-1259883221.


Koonce, G. (2017). A matrix of professional and accreditation standards for university educational leadership programs. International Journal of Education and Social Science, 4(6). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://www.ijessnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/4.file_.pdf


Koonce, G. & Goldman, K. (2016). School leader's licensure assessment, principal internship mentors assessment, and grade point average as predictors for the use of the interstate school leader's licensure consortium standards. Journal of Education & Social Policy, 3(3). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://jespnet.com/journals/Vol_3_No_3_September_2016/4.pdf


Selig, G., Grooms, L., Arroyo, A., Kelly M., Koonce, G., Clark, H. (2016). Enhancing teacher performance: A toolbox of strategies to move behavior from problematic to good and from good to great. Lanham, MD. Rowman & Littlefield. Book: ISPN-978-1-4758-1787-4 https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781475817874/Enhancing-Teacher-Performance-A-Toolbox-of-Strategies-to-Facilitate-Moving-Behavior-from-Problematic-to-Good-and-from-Good-to-Great


Koonce, G., Hanes, J., Sawyer, D., Hill, S., & Brown, G. (2016). Inquiry brief: A case for TEAC accreditation of the educational leadership, educational specialist, and K-12 school leadership doctoral programs. A Research Monograph. Virginia Beach, VA: Regent University School of Education.
*Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) Inquiry Briefs are scholarly research monographs, peer reviewed and peer audited for state program approval and national accreditation.


Koonce, G. (2015). Taking sides: Clashing views on educational issues, (18th ed. expanded). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Book: ISPN-10: 125934133X or ISBN-13: 9781259341335


Koonce, G. & Kelly, M. (2014). Analysis of the reliability and validity of a mentor's assessment for principal interns. Education Leadership Review, 15(2). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://www.ncpeapublications.org/index.php/volume-15-number-2-fall-2014/652-analysis-of-the-reliability-and-validity-of-a-mentor-s-assessment-for-principal-internships


Koonce, G. (2014). Taking sides: clashing views on educational issues, (18th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. BOOK: ISBN 13 978 1259171024


Koonce, G. & Mayo, S. (2013). Effects of elementary school students' gender and grade level on bullying. American International Journal of Social Science, 2(7). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://www.aijssnet.com/journals/Vol_2_No_7_October_2013/3.pdf


Hanes, J. & Koonce, G. (2013). Supporting value-added claims for the accreditation of an educational leadership program using a modified solomon four-group design. Journal of Scholastic Inquiry: Education, 1(1). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] https://issuu.com/csiresearch/docs/journal_of_scholastic_inquiry-educa


Koonce, G. & Kelly, M. (2013). Analysis of school leader's licensure assessment content category i-v scores and principal internship mentor's assessment scores for standards 1-5. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(5). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://www.ijhssnet.com/journals/Vol_3_No_5_March_2013/2.pdf


Kelly, M. & Koonce, G. (2012). The relationship between student grade point averages, principal mentor's assessment scores and school leadership licensure assessment scores. Journal of Human Resources and Adult Learning, 8(2). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://www.hraljournal.com/Page/1%20Glenn%20L.pdf


Koonce, G. & Hanes J. (2012). Program logic for a teacher education accreditation council accredited program in educational leadership. Journal of the International Society for Educational Planning, 20(3). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://isep.info/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/20-3reduced.pdf


Koonce, G. & Kelly, M. (2012). Effects of using a rubric during the assessment of the principal internship. Education Leadership Review, 13(2). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://www.ncpeapublications.org/vol-13-no-2-october-2012/514-effects-of-using-a-rubric-during-the-assessment-of-the-principal-internship.html


Koonce, G. & Hoskins, J. (2012). Beginning blueprint: Electronic exhibits for a teacher education accreditation council academic audit. US-China Education Review, 2(10). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://www.davidpublishing.com/show.html?9093


Koonce, G. & Kelly, M. (2011). Effects of utilizing three instruments for assessing the principal internship. Education Leadership Review, 12(3). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://cnx.org/content/m41138/latest/?collection=col11362/latest


Koonce, G. & Causey, R. (2011). Standards-based assessment for principal interns. International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 6(1). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://cnx.org/content/m36788/latest/


Koonce, G. (2009). Accreditation: A standards-based model for aligning learning outcomes in a master's degree educational leadership preparation program. International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 4(3). [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal] http://cnx.org/content/m31907/1.1/


Koonce, G. (2008).The Effects Of A Structured Wellness Program On Physical And Mental Well-Being Of Public School Teachers And Staff Members. Scientific Commons Publikatsonslite (Publications). University of St. Gallen. St. Gallen, Switzerland. 1986 Dissertation Published International http://de.scientificcommons.org/glenn_l_koonce


Arroyo, A., Koonce, G. & Hanes, J. (2008). Inquiry brief: A case for TEAC accreditation of the educational leadership, educational specialist, and k-12 school leadership doctoral programs, A Research Monograph, Teacher Education Accreditation Council, Washington, DC. Teacher Education Accreditation Council Inquiry Briefs are scholarly research monographs peer reviewed and peer audited for state program approval and national accreditation.


Koonce, G. (2005, May 24). Practicing What We Teach. eNews. Regent University. Virginia Beach, VA. http://www.regent.edu/admin/ctl/newsletter/2005/12-19-05.htm


Koonce, G. (2001). The Case for Small Schools. Research Project Report. Suffolk Public School Board. Suffolk, VA


Atkinson, A. (2000). The Successful School Resource Officer Program. Consultant to the researcher/writer. Greystone Publishers, Inc. Richmond, VA.


Virginia Department of Education. (2000). Virginia Search Resource Guide, Advisory Committee. Richmond, VA.


Koonce, G. (1998). Education for Employment Program Evaluation. Research Project Report Chesapeake Public Schools. Chesapeake, VA.


Atkinson, A. (1998). Juvenile Law Handbook for School Administrators. Originator and consultant to the researcher/writer. Department of Criminal Justice Service Crime Prevention Center. Richmond, VA.


Koonce, G. (1998). Ensuring School Safety. Research Report. Chesapeake Public Schools. Chesapeake, VA. Bateman, C., Koonce, G., & Liverman, M. (1997). Accomack County Public School Assessment: Accomack County, VA. Urban School Superintendent's Association of America. Evaluator and contributing author. Accomack County, VA.


Koonce, G. (1996). Alternative Opportunities: Recommendations for the Future. Research ReportChesapeake Public Schools. Chesapeake, VA


Koonce, G. (1996). Student Activities: Recommendations for the Future. Research Report. Chesapeake Public Schools. Chesapeake, VA


Koonce, G. (1990-1995). From the Principal's Office. Tiger Prints Semiannual Report. Oscar F. Smith High School. Chesapeake Public Schools. Chesapeake, VA


Virginia Association of School Superintendents. (1992). Violence in Schools Recommendations for Action by the Education Summit. Contributing researcher/writer representing secondary school principals in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA.


Koonce, G. (1992). Self-esteem. The Virginia Principal. Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals. Richmond, VA. [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal]


Koonce, G. (1992). Wellness programs for school employees. The Virginia Principal. Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals. Richmond, VA. [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal]


Koonce, G. & Turbeville, B. (1992). Secretarial services, clerks, aides, and student help. The Virginia Principal. Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals. Richmond, VA. [Peer Reviewed & Archived Academic Journal]


Koonce, G. (1989). Superintendent's Scholars Program: National Merit Finalist. Research Project Report, Chesapeake Public Schools. Chesapeake, VA.


Starr, J. (1988). Lessons of the Vietnam war: A modular textbook. Contributing researcher/writer, University of Pittsburg. Pittsburg, PA.


Appalachian Education Laboratory. (1988). Participatory Decision-making: Working Models In Virginia Elementary Schools. Contributing researcher and writer for this joint study by the Virginia Education Association, The Virginia Association of Elementary School Principals, and the Appalachian Educational Laboratory. Ashland, NC.


Koonce, G. (1988-1995). Legislative notes. Chesapeake Reading Council Quarterly. Chesapeake Reading Circle. Chesapeake, VA.


Koonce, G. (1987). Transition to Middle School. Research Study. Chesapeake Public Schools. Chesapeake, VA.


Koonce, G. (1986). The Effects of a Structured Wellness Program on Physical and Mental Well-Being of Public School Teachers and Staff Members. Doctoral Dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA. http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/etd-07282008-140001/unrestricted/LD5655.V856_1986.K666.pdf Published International


Koonce, G. (2008).The Effects of a Structured Wellness Program on Physical and Mental Well-Being of Public School Teachers and Staff Members. Scientific Commons Publikatsonslite. University of St. Gallen. St. Gallen, Switzerland. http://de.scientificcommons.org/glenn_l_koonce


Koonce, G. (1986-1989). Legislation Update. Chesapeake P.T.A. Council Quarterly Newsletter. Chesapeake, VA.


Koonce, G. (1986-1990). Health and Fitness. Wellness Window. Chesapeake Public Schools. Chesapeake, VA.


Koonce, G. (1982). A Study of the Discipline Policies and Procedures in Chesapeake's Secondary Schools (Research Study) Chesapeake Public Schools Management Academy Administrative Intern Program. Chesapeake Public Schools. Chesapeake, VA.


Koonce, G. (1978). A Survey of the Status of Programs for Athletic Training in the Eastern Region of the 1978 Virginia High School League. Thesis. Old Dominion University. Norfolk, VA.


Scholarly Book Review - Published Endorsements


Noll, J. Taking sides: Clashing views on educational issues, 15, 16, & 17.
Editor/Academic Advisory Board. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.
2007-2013


Schellenberg, R. (2008). The new school counselor: Strategies for universal academic achievement. Tanham, MD: Roman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.


Wager, R. (2007). Strengthen by grace. Larkspur, CO: Grace Acres Press.


Thompson, R. (2004). Crisis intervention and crisis management: Strategies that work in schools and communities. New York, NY: Routledge Publishers.

Affiliations

Professional & Associated Memberships


LEAD Hampton Roads, Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce [24 years]


National Council of Professors of Educational Leadership [12 yrs.] [State of Virginia Affiliate Representative, Long Range Planning Committee, National Conference Planning Committee, Board of Reviewers, Board of Editors]


Virginia Professors of Educational Leadership [12 yrs.][President, past secretary, Affiliate Representative for NCPEA]


Virginia Education Coalition [18 yrs] [past chairman]


Virginia Education Research Association 10 yrs] [Executive Board, President, past secretary]


American Association of School Administrators [11 yrs.]


Virginia Association of School Superintendents [11yrs]


National Association of Secondary School Principals [25 yrs]


Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals [25 yrs] (past member of the Board of Directors; past president; past chairman, Urban Education Committee; past chairman, Violence In Schools Committee; past member of the Government Relations Council)


Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development [23 yrs]


Virginia Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development [23 yrs]


Tidewater Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development [25 yrs][past Secretary]


Virginia Middle School Association [2 yrs]


National Organization on Legal Problems in Education [6 yrs]


International Society for Educational Planning [6 yrs.]


American Evaluation Association [4 yrs.]


Virginia State Reading Association [16 yrs][past legislative committee]


Chesapeake Reading Council [26 yrs] [Corporate Liaison][past legislative chairman]


National Congress of Parents and Teachers [36 yrs] [past state delegate]


Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers [36 yrs] [Honorary Life Member]


Chesapeake Council of Parents and Teachers [26 yrs]


Chesapeake Alternative School Parents, Teachers, and Students Association [27 yrs]


National Association for the Advancement of Colored People [23 yrs.]


Chesapeake Branch, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People [23 yrs] [past assistant-treasurer]


National Evaluation Institute, American Institute of Higher Education [4 yrs]


Tomorrow’s Thunder [20 yrs]


Virginia Association of Colleges for Teacher Education [10 yrs]


Suffolk Association of Supervisors and Administrators [2 yrs]


Chesapeake Association of Public School Administrators [17 yrs] (past board member and past president)


Safe Schools Coalition [22 yrs]


National Dropout Prevention Network [22 yrs]


Tidewater Regional Alternative Education Program Advisory Board [5 yrs]


The Principals' Center of Hampton Roads [2 yrs][past director]


Virginia Alternative Education Association [27 yrs]


National Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance [15 yrs]


Virginia Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance [15 yrs] (Public Affairs Committee) o Suffolk Reading Council [2 yrs]


Chesapeake Vocational Advisory Board [7 yrs] [past scholarship committee]


Hampton Roads Public Service Agency [1 yr]


Regent University School of Education Advisory Council [7 yrs as an adjunct professor]


Tidewater Community College Partnerships for Excellence [10 yrs]


Virginia Education Forum [5 yrs]


Southeastern District Principals’ Council [5 yrs] [past secretary, past treasurer]


Center for Educational Reform [20 yrs]


Chesapeake Sports Club

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Department Chair; Associate Professor, Biblical Studies & Christian Ministry

757.352.4047 tkeiser@regent.edu
Justice D. Arthur Kelsey, J.D.

Supreme Court of Virginia

Senior Lecturing Fellow

  akelsey@regent.edu
Joseph N. Kickasola, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus

 
Stephen M King, Ph.D.

Professor, Government, History & Criminal Justice

757.352.4753 smking@regent.edu
Janis L. Kirkland, J.D.

Principal Lecturer

Director, Legal Analysis, Research and Writing

757.352.4334 janikir@regent.edu
Dan Koev, Ph.D.

Department Chair, Associate Professor, Government, History & Criminal Justice

757.352.4659 dkoev@regent.edu
Lynne Marie Kohm, J.D.

Professor; John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law

757.352.4335 lynnkoh@regent.edu
Don Krudop, DMA

Professional in Residence, Performing Arts & Music

Director of Choral Activities

757.352.4204 donkrud@regent.edu
Judge David W. Lannetti, J.D.

Norfolk Circuit Court

Senior Lecturing Fellow

 
Jeremy Larson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, English & Communication Studies

757.352.4221 jlarson@regent.edu
Rebecca Hope Le, Ph.D.

Director, School of Nursing

Associate Professor of Nursing

757.352.4559 ble@regent.edu
Bradley J. Lingo, J.D.

Associate Professor

Executive Director, Robertson Center for Constitutional Law

757.352.4337 blingo@regent.edu
Patricia Lutz, Ph.D.

Department Chair; Associate Professor, Science & Mathematics

757.352.4432 plutz@regent.edu
Benjamin V. Madison III, J.D.

Director, Bar Passage Initiatives

Co-Director, Center for Ethical Formation & Legal Education Reform

Professor

757.352.4586 benjmad@regent.edu
William E. Magee, J.D., MSLS

Assistant Director for Public Services, Law Library

  willmag@regent.edu
Mary B. Manjikian, Ph.D.

Professor, Associate Dean, NSS Director

757.352.4138 mmanjikian@regent.edu
Micah Mattix, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, English & Communication Studies

757.352.4464 mmattix@regent.edu
Justice Stephen R. McCullough

Supreme Court of Virginia

Senior Lecturing Fellow

 
Governor Robert F. "Bob" McDonnell, J.D.

Distinguished Professor

 
Kathleen A. McKee, LL.M.

Associate Professor

Director of Experiential Learning

757.352.4639 kathmck@regent.edu
Joshua McMullen, Ph.D.

Dean

Department Chair; Associate Professor, General Education

757.352.4776 jmcmullen@regent.edu
Justice Elizabeth Lang Miers

Jurist in Residence

Senior Lecturing Fellow

 
Judge Henry Coke Morgan Jr., J.D., LL.M.

United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia

Senior Lecturing Fellow

 
Olga B. Moseley, ABD

Instructor, Business, Leadership & Management

757.352.4670 obutenkomose@regent.edu
John E. Mulford, Jr., Ph.D.

Director, Center for Entrepreneurship

Professor

757.352.4354 johnmul@regent.edu
Anna Ord, Psy.D.

M.S. in Psychology Program Director

Assistant Professor

757.352.4673 annashi@regent.edu
Gary Oster, DSL

Director, M.A. in Business & Design Management; M.S. in Business Analytics

Professor

757.352.4877 garyost@regent.edu
Cassandra D. Page, Psy.D.

Psychological Services Center Director

Associate Professor

757.352.4292 cpage@regent.edu
Kathleen A. Patterson, Ph.D.

Director, Doctor of Strategic Leadership

Professor

757.352.4765 kathpat@regent.edu
Stephen D. Perry, Ph.D.

Professor, English & Communication Studies

Director of Graduate Programs in Communication

757.352.4203 sperry@regent.edu
Matthew Pevarnik, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Science & Mathematics

757.352.4750 mpevarnik@regent.edu
Jeff Pittman, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

IDP & Student Affairs Program Chair

Higher Education Leadership Management Concentration Chair

757.352.4205 jeffpit@regent.edu
William Reddinger, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Government, History & Criminal Justice

757.352.4470 wreddinger@regent.edu
Jennifer Ripley, Ph.D.

Professor

Rosemarie S. Hughes Endowed Chair of Christian Thought in Mental Health Practice

757.352.4296 jennrip@regent.edu
Jay Sekulow, J.D., Ph.D.

Chief Counsel, American Center for Law and Justice

Distinguished Professor of Law

 
James N. Sells, Ph.D.

Professor

Rosemarie S. Hughes Endowed Chair of Christian Thought in Mental Health Practice

757.352.4368 jsells@regent.edu
Randy Singer

Senior Lecturing Fellow

 
William Skiles, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, General Education

757.352.4745 wskiles@regent.edu
Jacqueline R. Smith, Ed.D.

Counseling Department Chair

Clinical Counseling Programs Director

Associate Professor

757.352.4499 jrsmith@regent.edu
Peggy Southerland, B.A.

Department Chair; Professional-in-Residence, Performing Arts & Music

757.352.4698 peggys@regent.edu
Ray Starling, J.D.

General Counsel to the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce

President of the NC Chamber Legal Institute

Senior Lecturing Fellow

 
Judge Ken Starr, J.D. (Ret.)

United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit

Senior Lecturing Fellow

 
Rachel Stephens, Psy.D.

Psychological Services Center Assistant Director

Assistant Professor

757.352.4280 rachha5@regent.edu
Craig A. Stern, J.D.

Director, Honors Program

Professor

757.352.4080 craiste@regent.edu
Helen Stiff-Williams, Ed.D.

Professor

Education & Interdisciplinary Studies

804.739.7852 helesti@regent.edu
Greg Stone, Ph.D.

Director, Master of Business Administration Program

Professor

757.352.4367 gregsto@regent.edu
Judge Jeffrey S. Sutton, J.D.

United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

Senior Lecturing Fellow
(2020-2021 Academic Year)

 
Rostern Tembo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Science & Mathematics

757.352.4405 rtembo@regent.edu
Ingo Tophoven, Ph.D.

Counseling Ministries Department Chair

Ph.D. in Counseling & Psychological Studies and M.A. in Pastoral Counseling Programs Director

Assistant Professor

757.352.4868 ingotop@regent.edu
Judge William B. Traxler Jr., J.D.

United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

Senior Lecturing Fellow

 
Amy Trout, Psy.D.

M.A. in Human Services Program Director

Principal Lecturer

757.352.4349 atrout@regent.edu
Charles Turnitsa, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Engineering & Computer Science

757.352.4691 cturnitsa@regent.edu
Kimberly R. Van Essendelft, J.D.

Principal Lecturer

Assistant Dean of Student Affairs

757.352.4689 kimbvan@regent.edu
David Wallace, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Biblical Studies & Christian Ministry

757.352.4645 dwallace@regent.edu
S. Ernie Walton, J.D.

Assistant Dean of Admissions

Assistant Professor

Director for the Center for Global Justice

757.352.4315 stevwa1@regent.edu
Kenneth Wantz, Ph.D.

Professor, Science & Mathematics

757.352.4755 kwantz@regent.edu
Stephen A. Webb, M.S.

Principal Lecturer, Government, History & Criminal Justice

757.352.4609 swebb@regent.edu
Judge William A. Webb (Ret.), J.D.

United States Magistrate Judge for the Eastern District of North Carolina

Senior Lecturing Fellow

 
James Wheeler, J.D.

Assistant Librarian for Electronic Resources & Digital Initiatives

Lecturer

  jamewhe@regent.edu
Caramine White, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, English & Communication Studies

757.352.4614 cwhite@regent.edu
Gloria Whittico, J.D.

Director, Academic Success Program

Associate Professor

757.352.4852 gwhittico@regent.edu
Mervyn J. Wighting, Ph.D.

Professor

Career Switcher Program Chair

757.352.4321 mervwig@regent.edu
Cyrus Williams, Ph.D.

Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision Program Director

Professor

757.352.4576 cwilliams2@regent.edu
Vincent Williams, MFA

Associate Professor, Media & Visual Arts

757.352.4373 vwilliams@regent.edu
Bruce E. Winston, Ph.D.

Director, Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership

Professor

757.352.4306 bwinston@regent.edu

Adjunct

Mark Ackerman
Mercy Alarid, Ed.D.
Blair Allen, M.A.
Laura L Allnutt, Ms.
Jonathan K. Alston
Lilia Anand
Mary A. Andrews
Mary Angela Andrews
Julie Anjo
Harry M Argo, Mr.
Alan Arroyo, Ed.D., Professor Emeritus
Robert Ash
Shirley Auguste
Lance Bacon
Kerriel Bailey
Jeff T Bajah, Mr.
Christopher A Baker, Dr.
Diane M. Ball
Tracy Banks
Mandy Baraka, Ph.D.
JaNee D Bartley, Mrs.
Ashley Bauman, M.A.
Gregory M Baumgardner, Mr.
Debra B Bazemore, Mrs.
Gregory Beck
Hanisha M. Besant
Stephen Bialowas, Dr.
Paul E Bidanset, Mr.
Andreas Bienert, Ph.D.
Evelyn Biles, D.Min.
Shannon Bilunas
Hartmut Blackert
Craig H Blackman, Mr.
Rachel Blisson
David Boisselle, DSL
Shermeka S. Bolden
Paul W Boller, Mr.
Nicholas Bottis
J. Dennis Bounds
J. Dennis Bounds, Ph.D.
Daniel J Bourgoine, Mr.
Adam Jerome Bova
Adam Bova, MFA
Marshall W Bowles, Dr.
Alicia Boyd
Gregory Boyd
Chester Branch, Ph.D.
Chester Elijah Branch
Elizabeth Branum, Ms.
Bryan Breland
Marcus W Bridges, Dr.
Mark Brown
Carla Brown
Crystal Brown
George Bruch
Gary Bryant
Maurice Buford, Ph.D.
Ardene Bunch, Ed.D.
MaryJo Burchard, Ph.D.
Glenice Burchard
Justin Bush
Olga A. Butenko Moseley
Ewen Butler, Ph.D.
George Buxton
Kathryn Byler
Lisa Byrum
Kathleen Cabler, DSL
Heidi Campbell
Megan M. Cannedy
Steven Carlin
Robert Carpenter, D.Min.
Christopher Carrothers
Sarah Carson
Zackery Carter
Dawn Casas
Roberto Castaneda
Daniel Castellucci
Dana Cavallaro, D.Min.
Melody Cazort
Kristina Chalfin, D.Min.
Mary-Lynn Chambers, Dr.
James Chapman
Margaret L Charlton, Dr.
Jessica L Charney, Mrs.
Marie N Chavarria, Mrs.
Marlo Chavarria
David Christian
Jesse Chupp
Katharine E. Clemons
Katharine Elizabeth Clemons
Marla J Coats, Mrs.
Richard Coffelt
Rose Coley
Gary Collins, Ph.D.
Michelle Colon, M.A.
Elliott Cooke
Willie Cordy
Michael Creef
Denise G Crews, Dr.
Danielle M. Crowley
Steven Crowther, Ph.D.
Victor Cuartas, D.Min.
David L Cullipher, Mr.
Jonathan Cyprowski, M.A.
Angelo Dart
Wesley T. Davey
Michael Davis
Matthew J. Davis
Joshua Davis
Benjamin Davis
Stephen Dawson, DSL
Joseph Ireland DeLong
Joseph DeLong, D.Min.
Debra Dean, Ph.D.
LaShauna Dean, Ph.D.
David Dennison
M. Gail Derrick, Ed.D.
Shawna M. Diehl
Martin Dignard, Ph.D.
David Dildy
Mary Dixon
Otha J Dixon-McKnight, Dr.
John Dooley, D.Min., Ph.D.
Barry Doublestein, DSL
Taylor Raye Doughtie
Dorothy Downing
Timothy Drewry
Patricia Drown
Sharene N Duncombe, Mrs.
Anita K. Dunn
Carissa Dwiwardani, Ph.D.
Jacqueline Earle
Peter J. Eaton
Peter James Eaton
Elizabeth Elam
Mark Ellis
Gillette Elvgren, Ph.D.
Mark A Engel, Mr.
Eric Enlow
Maria-Cristina Espinoza-Alguera
Natalie Esposito Churchill
Jacquelyn Evans
James Ewing
Michael Ferber
Sharon Fernandez, D.Min.
Cassandra Ferreira
Pamela Fields, DSL
Dail Fields, Ph.D.
Wyatt Fisher
Lisa A Flanagan, Mrs.
Margaret Fletcher
Nelson Fong, J.D.
John C Forkner, Mr.
Sandra Fortner, Ed.D.
David Foster, MFA
David L. Foster
Claire Foster, MBA
Joy Francis, D.Min.
Michael Franks, Psy.D.
Mark Frederick
Robert Freeborough, Ph.D.
David French
Matthew Fretwell, D.Min.
James R. Frohlich
Joseph Frost, MFA
Richard Fuhr
Takenya Fulks
Laura Fuller
Crista Gambrell, Ph.D.
David J Gardner, Mr.
Mark O Gatlin, Mr.
Bruce W Gay, Dr.
Susan George, Psy.D.
Beth Gerhard-Burnham, Ph.D.
David Geurin, Ed.D.
Arlene Gibson, Ed.D.
Mary L Gierszewski, Ms.
Leroy Gilbert, Ph.D.
Shaheryar Gill
Esther Gillie, D.Min.
Marti Glass
Terilyn Goins
Terilyn Goins, Ph.D.
Katherine Goldman, Ed.D.
Ascencion Gomez
Peggy Gomez
Judith Gooch, M.A.
Molly-Catherine K Goodson
Kyle Graham, Mr.
Sherilyn Grant
Michael Graves, Ph.D.
Gary Grimm
Mary Cate Guman, Ed.D.
Bob Habib, DSL
Christine L Habrle, Ms.
Lisa A Hacker, Mrs.
David A Hackworth
Clinton Hale
Gale D Hall
Steven W. Halliday
Michael Halvorsen
Penny Hamblin, Ed.D.
Kristin Hanley
Susan Hares, Ph.D., (A.B.D.)
Kirstin Hark
Mary M Harlinger
Christine Harris, Ph.D.
Andrea L Harrison, Dr.
Donald Hartley, Ph.D.
Viva Marie Hathaway
Lisa Hawkins
Edward Heath
Gary Heinke, D.Min.
Geoffrey Hemphill
John R Hendrickson
Joshua Henson, Ph.D.
Carol Hepburn
Laura Hernandez
Emily Hervey, Psy.D.
Matthew S Hill, Dr.
Robert Hill, Ed.D., Ph.D.
Sofoklis Hiotellis
Ann Marie Hohman
Steven L Holeman, Mr.
Andrew S Hollis, Mr.
Kurtis Hooks, MPH
Ray Houk, D.Min.
Teri Hourihan, Ph.D.
Terry House
Denise R Houser
Jonathan Howell
Russell Huizing
Russell Huizing, Ph.D.
Hon. Robert Humphreys
Darnell Huntley
Stephanie Iaquinto
Connie Ingram
Erin-Sean Ireland
Jeffrey Jarnot
Joshua Jenkins
Joshua Lynn Jenkins
Alicea Jenkins, M.A.
David J Jennings
Judith L. Johnson, Ph.D.
David Johnson
Edward Johnson, Ph.D.
Sarah Jones
David Jones, Ed.D.
Kristin H Kain-Kuzniewski
Christopher Kall
Kristen Kansiewicz, M.A.
Herman Kastroll
Brenda Keck, Ph.D.
Matthew Kellogg, Ph.D.
Michael Kelly
Nona B Kelly, Ms.
Hon. D. Arthur Kelsey
John Kennedy, Ph.D.
Jeffrey Kennedy
Peter Kenny, Ph.D.
Kristyl W Kepley, Dr.
Mark Keuthan, Ph.D.
Charity A Kewish
Smyrna Khalaf, Ph.D.
Cynthia Kipling
Sean F Kirkpatrick, Mr.
Sean Kirnan
Sean Kirnan
Marcie-Anna Klaustermeyer
Marcie-Anna Klaustermeyer
John F Klem
Brian Knight, Ph.D.
Penny Kohns
Jonathan Kohns, Ed.D.
Matthew Konst, Ph.D.
Thomas Kreischer
Donald W Krudop
Robert Kuschel, M.S.
Shannon Kuschel, M.S.
Michele LaCorte
Alycia LaFavor
Mark LaVoie
Mark Wayne LaVoie
Michele A Lahaie, Ms.
Lindsey Lahaie
Lindsey S. Lahaie
Benjamin Laird, Ph.D.
David Lannetti
Eric M Lansing, Mr.
Kevin Larsen
Laura Latora
Paul C Leccese
Alice Ledford, Ed.D.
Kevin C. Lee
Hee Eun Lee
Karen Legg
Sarah E Leland, Mrs.
Jeremy Lelek, Ph.D.
Stephen Lentz
James B Lewis, Dr.
Joseph Liberatore
Elizabeth Libertini
O. Fred Liggin IV
Julie Ann Ligon, Ph.D.
Jennifer Linnekaste, Ph.D.
Heidi Livingston
Arthur Livingston
Rebecca Loaiza
Kimberly Lokeman, Ph.D.
Paul Loosemore, M.A.
Laura A Lowell
Michael Thomas Lucas
Robert Mack, Ph.D.
Michael L Mahan
Robert Malcolm
Timothy Mallard, Ph.D.
Juana Malone
Anne Mannarino, Ed.D.
Melissa A Marsh
Johnathan C Martin
Kristina Martin
Garry Martin
Rene Lanette Martinez, Ph.D.
Perry Martini
Olena Maslennikova
Joshua Matlack
Stuart Mattfield
Marisa May
John McClary, M.A.
John McClary
Jessica McCleese, Psy.D.
John McCloud, D.Min.
John McCloud
Rebecca McCoy-Reese, M.A.
Jennifer McCurrach, M.A.
Melissa McDermott, Ph.D.
Jeanne McDonnell
Jeanne McDonnell, Ph.D.
Joyce McDowell
Dena McElligott
David McGinley
Sean David McGoran
Jamie Michelle McKinney
Jennifer Lynn McMullen
Elena McSwain, Psy.D.
Suzette Meeks
Brian Melton
Patricia Mercier, D.Min.
Patricia Jeannette Mercier
James Metcalfe, CAPT
Dixie Meyer, Ph.D.
Lisa Millen, Ph.D.
John Miller
Roderick R Mills, Mr.
Erin Mills
Dana Milstein
William Minner
Terry Minter
Alyssa G Moore, Ms.
Anne Marie G Morgan
Hon. Henry Morgan
Mary T Morgan, Ms.
Anne Marie G. Morgan
Susan Moritz
James Moten
Anthony Mulford
Anthony Stephan Mulford
Ryan Murnane, Ph.D.
Ryan Murnane
Steven Todd Murphy
Kevin Lee Myatt
Mary E. Myers
Roni S. Myers-Daub, Ed.D.
Raymond Nairn, Ph.D.
Gustav Nelson
John B Nelson
Heather L Newton
Heather Newton, Ed.D.
Gerald Nichter
Adam Nigh, Ph.D.
Steven Noffsinger
Amanda F Noon, Mrs.
Richard Nugara
Michael O'Donnell
Jason O'Neal
Lawrence Oseje, Ph.D.
Thomas Cooper Owens
Marty O’Rourke, D.Min.
Ryan Pace, MFA
Ryan Pace, MFA
Hon. H. Thomas Padrick
Lynn Olson Page, Ph.D., ABPP
Karitta Page
Drew Page
Paul Palma, Ph.D.
Jamie L Parent, Ms.
Stephen Parker, Ph.D.
LaQuiche R. Parrott
Michael D. Patrick
Cary Paulk
Heidi Peelen
Vincent K. Pelligrino
Alicia L Peltier
Corrynn Peters
Dayne Peterson
Markus Pfeiffer, Ph.D.
Markus Pfeiffer, D.Min.
Stephen Pfeiffer
Annie Phillips, Ph.D.
Nathaniel Pierce
Alicia Plant, Dr.
Heather Anne Plym
Alva Poole
Michael Porter
Shelli Porter
Thomas Powell
John Powers
Jonathan Dale Powers
Cheryl Price, M.A.
Wainscott Putney
Amber L. Quarles
Cornelius Quek
Shaker Ayyanar Rajasekar
Shaker A. Rajasekar
Carol Rasnic
Julie Reams, D.Min.
Deborah Reed, M.A.
Charles Reese, MFA
Steven Renz, Ph.D.
Lisa Renz, Ph.D.
Virginia Richardson, DSL
Amy Rickards
Paul W Rickert
Mandy Rogers
James Rolen
Roger Rome
Ethan F Ross
Fred Ross
Keshia Ross-Williams, M.A.
D Rouleau, Mr.
Jeremy Ruckstaetter, Ph.D.
Stephen Russell
Suhad Sadik, Ph.D.
Megen Saez
Charles Sanders
Richard M. Santoro
Arthur Satterwhite, DSL
Scott Sautter, Ph.D.
Marianne Savell
Eric Scalise, Ph.D.
Timothy Schauer
Corie Schoeneberg, Ph.D.
Sarah Schulte
Jessica T Scott, Mrs.
Jason Sears
Carlo Serrano, Ph.D.
Mark Shannon, Ph.D.
Erynne H. Shatto, Ph.D.
Bradley Shedd
Dwight Sheets, Ph.D.
Sonja Sheffield
James Edward Silver
Bryan Sims
Catherine Six
Amanda Skrobacki
Tristen Small
Michael R. Smith, Ph.D.
Martha Smith
Tamara Smith-Moyler
Edward Smither, Ph.D.
Stephanie B Snyder, Mr.
Steven B. Snyder
Don Solomon
Joel Solomon
Ron Sones, Ph.D.
Ronald T Sones
Julianne Spatacean
Kaitlyn Stafford, Ph.D.
Michael Stahl, M.A.
Cassandra Stanley
Roger Starner, Ph.D.
Judy Steiner-Williams, Ed.D. (ABD)
John Stepanovich
Heather A. Stilwell
Seth Stone, DSL
Richard Stultz
Jeffrey Suderman, DSL
Mercedes Sullivan
Peter Surran, Mr.
Michelle Adora Tabbanor
Katlin Ternes, Psy.D.
Anne B Tew, Mrs.
Blisson Thangamani
Michelle Thomas, D.Min.
Norman Thomas
Dan Thompson, Ph.D.
Farnaz Thompson
Debra Touhey
Deanna Towns, M.A.
Amanda Trent, Psy.D.
Sarah Turney, M.A.
Douglas W Turrell, Mr.
Lee Underwood, Psy.D.
Hugo Valverde
Lauren J VanTalia, Dr.
Deborah Vaughn
David Velloney
Linda Vermooten, Psy.D.
William Victor, Ph.D.
Shawn Voyles
Pee N Vululleh, Dr.
Jerry Vuncannon, Ph.D.
Adam Wagner
Brandon Walker, Ph.D.
Julie Waples
James Ward, Ph.D.
Janet Warren, M.D., Ph.D.
Sue D Weaver
Wendel R. Weaver
Terry Weaver
Sara Wells, Ph.D.
Sara Lyn Wells
Russell West
Kerry K Westerwick, Mrs.
Mark S Wheeler
James Wheeler
Diane M. Wiater, Ph.D.
Joseph M Wiegand
Jay Wiles, Psy.D.
Arlene M Williams
Latasha Williams, Ph.D.
Philip Joel Williams
Delnora J Williams
Kathryn I. Wilson
William B. Wilson
Kathryn Wilson, B.M.
William Scott Wilson
Cheryl Winget
David Winner, Ph.D.
Kevin Wolfe
Andy Wood, Ph.D.
James Wood
Everett Worthington, Ph.D.
John P. Wright
Amanda Wynn, Ph.D.
Joy Yaeger
Joy Lucille Yaeger
Mark Yarhouse, Psy.D.
Jonathan G Zachary, Mr.
Cheryl A Zell, Mrs.
Mark Zillges
Winell S de Mesa, Dr.

Instructional Team Member

Homer Allen, M.Ed.
Moyra-Lee Babb, M.A.
Rachel Copeland, M.Ed.
Susan Crosland, M.Ed.
Myra Jessie Flint, M.Ed.
Sarah McKown, M.A.
Donna Revellon, M.A.
Ashley Rombs, M.Ed.
Carolyn Thompson, M.A.