J.D. John D. Ashcroft

Faculty

John D. Ashcroft, J.D.

Distinguished Professor
Law & Government
Former Attorney General of the United States

 

Bio

Calling him a "man of great integrity, a man of great judgment and a man who knows the law," President George W. Bush announced his decision to nominate John Ashcroft to serve as U.S. Attorney General on December 22, 2000. When Ashcroft left office four years later, violent crime was at a record low, gun crime was at an all-time low, a successful corporate crime crackdown had been launched, and more terrorist attacks on the U.S. had been prevented. One of the most high-profile and experienced Attorneys General in the nation's history, Ashcroft led the U.S. law enforcement community through the challenging and transformational period following the tragic attacks of September 11, 2001. His tenure was highlighted by forceful public advocacy of President Bush's strong anti-terrorism strategy. His quiet government influence was rated highest inside the Bush Administration by The National Journal. Raised in Springfield, Missouri,  Ashcroft attended public schools until enrolling at Yale University, where he graduated with honors in 1964. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Chicago in 1967. Prior to entering public service, Ashcroft taught business law at Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield. He authored a book honoring his father, Lessons from a Father to His Son, and co-authored multiple editions of two college law textbooks with his wife, Janet. His career of public service began in 1973 as Missouri Auditor. He was later elected to two terms as the state's Attorney General. His colleagues in the non-partisan National Association of Attorney's General elected him as their President. Ashcroft served as Governor of Missouri from 1985 through 1993 where he balanced eight consecutive budgets. Fortune magazine rated him one of the top ten education governors, while Financial World and City and State magazines credited him with making Missouri one of the best financially managed states. In 1991, the non-partisan National Governor's Association voted him Chairman. Ashcroft was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1994, and worked to reduce crime and safeguard the rights of crime victims. He co-sponsored a bill which designated 911 as the universal emergency number and was a leader in passing legislation directly responsible for allowing U.S. companies to utilize more aggressive encryption technology. During his entire career as senator, Ashcroft served on the Commerce Committee where he advocated for updated U.S. banking laws, the protection of consumer privacy, and increased personal responsibility on the part of consumers. As U.S. Attorney General, Ashcroft reorganized the Justice Department to focus on its number one priority: to prevent another terrorist attack. Leveraging every legal tool available to law enforcement, including the critical tools provided in the USA PATRIOT Act, the Justice Department initiated a tough antiterrorism campaign that has assisted in disrupting over 150 terrorist plots worldwide, dismantling terrorist cells in cities across America, and convicting 191 individuals in terrorism-related investigations to date. At the direction of President Bush, the Department established the Corporate Fraud Task Force to restore integrity to the marketplace by cracking down on companies and corporate executives who abused the trust of their employees and investors. Violent crime was driven to a 30-year low as the Department employed tough tools and tough penalties against criminals who victimized the innocent. The Department implemented President Bush's Project Safe Neighborhoods initiative, increasing federal gun prosecutions by 76% and driving crimes with guns to a record low. Today, Ashcroft serves as the Chairman of The Ashcroft Group, LLC which provides confidential strategic consulting and crisis counseling to major international corporations. In 2005, Ashcroft was named a Distinguished Professor in the schools of Law and Government at Regent University.

Awards

Representative Honors and Awards:


Impact America Award, Point Loma Nazarene University, 1998


Robert C. Goshorn Award, 1993


Layman of the Year Award, National Association of Evangelicals, 1991


Freedom Fighter Award, California Republican Assembly, 1991


The General Superintendent's Medal of Honor, Assemblies of God, 1989


Distinguished Service Award as Education Commission of the States Chairman, 1988


"OTHERS" Award, Salvation Army, 1987


The Wyman Award, National Association of Attorneys' General, 1983

Publications

Books and Pamphlets:


Ashcroft, John. Antitrust Enforcement in Missouri. Missouri Attorney General's Office, undated.


Ashcroft, John. "For the People", A Compliance Guide to the Missouri Open Meetings Act. Missouri Attorney General's Office, undated.


Ashcroft, John D. Never Again, Securing America and Restoring Justice. New York: Hachette Book Group USA, 2006.


Ashcroft, John D., with Gary Thomas. Lessons from a Father to His Son. Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1998.


Ashcroft, John D., and Janet E. Ashcroft. Law for Business. 16th ed. Mason, Ohio: Thomson South-Western, 2008.


Ashcroft, John D., and Janet E. Ashcroft. Law for Business. 14th and 15th ed. Cincinnati and Mason, Ohio: West Legal Studies in Business, 2002 to 2005.


Ashcroft, John D., and Janet E. Ashcroft. Law for Business. 13th ed. Mason, Ohio: West Educational Publishing Co., 1999.


Ashcroft, John D., and Janet E. Ashcroft. Law for Business (formerly College Law for Business). 11th and 12th ed. Cincinnati: South-Western Publishing Co., 1992 to 1996.


Ashcroft, John D., and Janet E. Ashcroft. College Law for Business. 8th, 9th and 10th ed. Cincinnati: South-Western Publishing Co., 1976 to 1987.


Ashcroft, John D., and A. Aldo Charles. College Law for Business. 7th ed. Cincinnati: South-Western Publishing Co., 1971.


Ashcroft, John D., and Janet E. Ashcroft. It's the Law. 1st, 2nd and 3rd ed. Cincinnati: South-Western Publishing Co., 1979 to 1991.


Representative Articles:


Ashcroft, John. "A Simple Way Back to Power." The Washington Post, November 17, 1992, A-17.


Ashcroft, John. "The Tenth Amendment: Dual Sovereignty to Dead Letter." Area Development Sites and Facility Planning, May, 1992, 80-82.


Ashcroft, John. Foreword to Quicken Your Pace, by John B. Aker. Wheaton, Ill.: Slavic Gospel Press, 1992.


Ashcroft, John. "I'm Listening." Moody Monthly, May, 1991, 32.


Ashcroft, John. "Redefining the Possible." In Governors on Governing, ed. Robert D. Behn, 66-67, Washington, D.C.: National Governors' Association, 1991.


Ashcroft, John. Editorial on earthquake preparedness for publication by Missouri's major daily newspapers, September, 1990.


Ashcroft, John. Editorial on state rankings for publication by Missouri's major daily newspapers, June, 1990.


Ashcroft, John. Editorial on Earth Day for publication by Missouri's major daily newspapers, April, 1990.


Ashcroft, John. "Thinking About the Earth." Rural Missouri, March, 1990, 3.


Ashcroft, John. Editorial on ethics laws for publication by Missouri's major daily newspapers, February, 1990.


Ashcroft, John. "Missouri Implements Innovations to Address Financial Challenges." Jefferson City News-Tribune, July 3, 1989, sec. "The Statesman," p. 11.


Ashcroft, John. "Missouri: Gateway to the Future." Friendly Exchange, August, 1988, 35.


Ashcroft, John. "Values Provide Guidance to Navigate Uncertain Future." Jefferson City News-Tribune, January 31, 1988, sec. A, p. 4.


Ashcroft, John. "Missouri Construction Prospects Look Bright." Modern Builder, November-December, 1987, 42.


Ashcroft, John. "Governor Ashcroft Chooses Veterans Day to Announce Proposed Veterans Memorial." Missouri Legionnaire, November, 1987, 1 & 2.


Ashcroft, John. "A Message From Our Governor." The Assembly Messenger, July-August, 1987, 2.


Ashcroft, John. "Student Assessment: A Measurement of Achievement." AACJC Journal, June/July, 1987, 5.


Ashcroft, John. "Low Literacy Levels: A Major Barrier to Productive Work." Governors' Weekly Bulletin, February 6, 1987, 1-2.


Ashcroft, John. "Commitment To State's Future Takes Resource Investment Now." Missouri Republican, February, 1987, 4.


Ashcroft, John. "Building Opportunity for Missouri." Jefferson City News-Tribune, January 25, 1987, sec. B, p. 2.


Ashcroft, John. "Does a Degree Tell Us What a College Student Has Learned?" Article for publication by Missouri's major daily newspapers, September, 1986.


Ashcroft, John. "Job Development Remains Top Priority." The Labor Tribune, August 28, 1986, 14, 43.


Ashcroft, John. "Ashcroft: State Has What it Needs to Compete." Springfield Business Journal, January 6, 1986, 13-14.


Ashcroft, John D. "Stand Firm in Integrity." Pentecostal Evangel, November 10, 1985, 8-9.


Ashcroft, John. "Possible Alternatives to Forced Busing." In A Blueprint for Judicial Reform, ed. Patrick B. McGuigan and Randall R. Rader, 209-215. Washington, D.C.: The Free Congress Research and Education Foundation, Inc., 1981.


Ashcroft, John. "A Renewed Commitment to State Antitrust Enforcement and a State Policy of Competition: The Missouri Experience." Missouri Law Review, 46 (Summer, 1981), 469-516.


Ashcroft, John. "The Attorney General on 'Crime Prevention." Retail Lines July, 1980, 4-5. Ashcroft, John. "The Wisdom of Solomon." Interscholastic Athletic Administration, Spring, 1980, 5-6.


Ashcroft, John, and Daniel P. Card III. "Quo Warranto." The St. Louis Bar Journal, 24 (Winter, 1978), 22-30.


Selected Reports Issued:


(Generated during chairmanship of reporting organization)


Families First. Report of the President's National Commission on America's Urban Families, January, 1993.


Redefining the Possible: Achieving the National Education Goals. Report of the National Governors' Association, August, 1992.


The Preservation of Excellence in American Higher Education: The Essential Role of Private Colleges and Universities. Report of the Education Commission of the States Task Force on State Policy and Independent Higher Education, 1990.


Drawing in the Family, Family Involvement in the Schools. Report of the Education Commission of the States, 1988.


"Task Force on Adult Literacy." In Making America Work: Productive People Productive Policies, Bringing Down the Barriers. Report of the National Governors' Association Task Force on Adult Literacy, August, 1987.


Annual State Publications:


Executive Budget FY 86 to 93. January, 1985 to January, 1992.


Budget in Brief and Related Policy Proposals:


Foundations for the Future: Facing Tomorrow--Educational Foundations for the Future, January, 1992.


Foundations for the Future: Health Care Agenda--Access, January, 1992.


Foundations for the Future: Restoring Expectations for Family Responsibility, January, 1991.


Medicaid: Meeting the Challenge of Rising Costs, January,1991.


Challenge and Opportunity, January, 1991.


Direction for Excellence: Missouri's Education Reforms, January, 1990


Direction for Welfare Reform: Missouri's Learn fare Initiatives, January, 1990.


Direction for the Decade, January, 1990.


Missouri Tobacco Excise Taxes, January, 1989.


The Kansas City Missouri School District: A Special Review, January, 1989.


Commitment to Progress, January, 1989.


Progress for Missouri's Excellence in Education, January, 1989.


Time on Task in Missouri's Public Schools, January, 1988.


Progress for Missouri, January, 1988.


Learn fare and Welfare to Work, January, 1988.


Building Missouri Opportunity, January, 1987.


Time on Task in Missouri's Higher Education, December, 1987.


Implementing Excellence, January, 1986.


Legislative and Budget Program, January, 1985.


End of Legislative Reports:


Facing Tomorrow: Foundation for the Future, May, 1992.


Challenge and Opportunity, May, 1991.


Direction for the Decade, May, 1990.


Commitment to Progress, May, 1989.


Progress for Missouri, April, 1988.


Building Missouri Opportunities, June, 1987.


Implementing Excellence, April, 1986.


A Foundation for the Future, June, 1985.


Other Selected State Reports:


Measuring Missouri's Student Achievement: Assessment of Key Skills and Care Competencies, October, 1991.


Stronger Families for a Strong Missouri: A New Vision for Children's Services, October, 1991.


Governor Ashcroft's Drug Control Strategy, Part Three: Making the Right Decisions, December, 1989.


Governor Ashcroft's Drug Control Strategy, Part Two: Drug Users Create Drug Pushers, November, 1989.


Governor Ashcroft's Drug Control Strategy, Part One: Help and Hope for Those Who Are Addicted to Drugs, November, 1989.


Summary Responses to the Recommendations of the Missouri Opportunity 2000 Commission, January, 1988.


MO Says NO . . . to Alcohol and Drug Abuse, March, 1987.

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Albert Ball, Ph.D.

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757.352.4553 jbucci@regent.edu
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757.352.4522 bcameron@regent.edu
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Douglas H. Cook, J.D.

Professor, Government, History & Criminal Justice

757.352.4331 dougcoo@regent.edu
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757.352.4254 kevicra@regent.edu
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757.352.4333 mcrews@regent.edu
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Darius Davenport

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Laura M Dimler, Ph.D.

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757.352.4166 ldimler@regent.edu
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United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

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Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan, J.D., LL.M.

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

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Judge Allyson K. Duncan (Ret.), J.D.

United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

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Charles W. Dunn, Ph.D.

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Justice Robert H. Edmunds Jr., J.D., LL.M. (Ret.)

Associate Justice, Supreme Court of North Carolina

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757.352.4878 melam@regent.edu
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Director of Master’s Programs

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757.352.4551 kgrimm@regent.edu
Phillip A. Hall, MFA

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757.352.4561 bharrington@regent.edu
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James M. Henderson, Ph.D.

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Professor

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Court of Appeals of Virginia

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Judge Robert J. Humphreys, J.D.

Court of Appeals of Virginia

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Judge, North Carolina Court of Appeals

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Joel Iliff, Ph.D.

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David Impellizzeri, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, English & Communication Studies

757.352.4237 dimpellizzer@regent.edu
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Associate Justice, Supreme Court of North Carolina

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757.352.4140 tjervey@regent.edu
C. Eric Jones, Ph.D.

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Donald Joyner, Ph.D.

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Director of Chaplaincy & Military Affairs

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757.352.4903 mjumper@regent.edu
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Professor, English & Communication Studies

757.352.4248 johnkee@regent.edu
Thomas A. Keiser, Ph.D.

Department Chair; Associate Professor, Biblical Studies & Christian Ministry

757.352.4047 tkeiser@regent.edu
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Supreme Court of Virginia

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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

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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

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Glenn Koonce, Ed.D.

Associate Professor

Educational Leadership Program & K-12 School Leadership Concentration Chair

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Professional in Residence, Performing Arts & Music

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Norfolk Circuit Court

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Rebecca Hope Le, Ph.D.

Director, School of Nursing

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Bradley J. Lingo, J.D.

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Executive Director, Robertson Center for Constitutional Law

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Department Chair; Associate Professor, Science & Mathematics

757.352.4432 plutz@regent.edu
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Director, Bar Passage Initiatives

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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.

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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

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

United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia

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Olga B. Moseley, ABD

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757.352.4670 obutenkomose@regent.edu
Mark Mostert, Ph.D.

Professor

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757.352.4489 markmos@regent.edu
John E. Mulford, Jr., Ph.D.

Director, Center for Entrepreneurship

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

M.S. in Psychology Program Director

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Gary Oster, DSL

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

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Cassandra D. Page, Psy.D.

Psychological Services Center Director

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Kathleen A. Patterson, Ph.D.

Director, Doctor of Strategic Leadership

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Stephen D. Perry, Ph.D.

Professor, English & Communication Studies

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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.

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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

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James N. Sells, Ph.D.

Professor

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

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Randy Singer

Senior Lecturing Fellow

 
William Skiles, Ph.D.

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Jacqueline R. Smith, Ed.D.

Counseling Department Chair

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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

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Craig A. Stern, J.D.

Director, Honors Program

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Helen Stiff-Williams, Ed.D.

Professor

Education & Interdisciplinary Studies

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Greg Stone, Ph.D.

Director, Master of Business Administration Program

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Judge Jeffrey S. Sutton, J.D.

United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

Senior Lecturing Fellow
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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

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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

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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

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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

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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
Vincent Williams, MFA

Associate Professor, Media & Visual Arts

757.352.4373 vwilliams@regent.edu
Cyrus Williams, Ph.D.

Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision Program Director

Professor

757.352.4576 cwilliams2@regent.edu
Bruce E. Winston, Ph.D.

Director, Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership

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757.352.4306 bwinston@regent.edu
David Xu, MFA

Associate Professor, Media & Visual Arts

757.352.4235 dxu@regent.edu

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Mark Ackerman
Mercy Alarid, Ed.D.
Blair Allen, M.A.
Laura L Allnutt, Ms.
Jonathan K. Alston
Lilia Anand
Mary Angela Andrews
Mary A. Andrews
Julie Anjo
Harry M Argo, Mr.
Alan Arroyo, Ed.D., Professor Emeritus
Robert Ash
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Kerriel Bailey
Jeff T Bajah, Mr.
Christopher A Baker, Dr.
Diane M. Ball
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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.
Gregory Boyd
Alicia Boyd
Chester Branch, Ph.D.
Chester Elijah Branch
Elizabeth Branum, Ms.
Bryan Breland
Marcus W Bridges, Dr.
Crystal Brown
Carla Brown
Mark 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.
Marlo Chavarria
Marie N Chavarria, Mrs.
David Christian
Jesse Chupp
Katharine Elizabeth Clemons
Katharine E. 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
Benjamin Davis
Joshua Davis
Matthew J. Davis
Stephen Dawson, DSL
Joseph Ireland DeLong
Joseph DeLong, D.Min.
LaShauna Dean, Ph.D.
Debra 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 James Eaton
Peter J. 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.
Claire Foster, MBA
David Foster, MFA
David L. Foster
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.
Peggy Gomez
Ascencion 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.
Nancy J. Hameloth, Ed.D.
LaDonna Hankins, Ph.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.
Robert Hill, Ed.D., Ph.D.
Matthew S Hill, Dr.
Sofoklis Hiotellis
Ann Marie Hohman
Steven L Holeman, Mr.
Shevine Holeman, Ph.D.
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
David Johnson
Edward Johnson, Ph.D.
Judith L. 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
Jeffrey Kennedy
John Kennedy, Ph.D.
Peter Kenny, Ph.D.
Kristyl W Kepley, Dr.
Mark Keuthan, Ph.D.
Charity A Kewish
Smyrna Khalaf, Ph.D.
Sean F Kirkpatrick, Mr.
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
Shannon Kuschel, M.S.
Robert 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.
Arthur Livingston
Heidi 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
Kristina Martin
Garry Martin
Johnathan C 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.
Dena McElligott
David McGinley
Sean David McGoran
Jamie Michelle McKinney
Jennifer Lynn McMullen
Elena McSwain, Psy.D.
Suzette Meeks
Brian Melton
Patricia Jeannette Mercier
Patricia Mercier, D.Min.
James Metcalfe, CAPT
Dixie Meyer, Ph.D.
Lisa Millen, Ph.D.
John Miller
Roderick R Mills, Mr.
Dana Milstein
William Minner
Terry Minter
Alyssa G Moore, Ms.
Anne Marie G Morgan
Hon. Henry Morgan
Anne Marie G. Morgan
Mary T Morgan, Ms.
Susan Moritz
James Moten
Anthony Mulford
Anthony Stephan Mulford
Ryan Murnane
Ryan Murnane, Ph.D.
Steven Todd Murphy
Kevin Lee Myatt
Mary E. Myers
Roni S. Myers-Daub, Ed.D.
Raymond Nairn, Ph.D.
John B Nelson
Gustav 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
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
Rhiannon Jordan Perry, J.D.
Corrynn Peters
Dayne Peterson
Markus Pfeiffer, D.Min.
Markus Pfeiffer, Ph.D.
Stephen Pfeiffer
Annie Phillips, Ph.D.
Nathaniel Pierce
Alicia Plant, Dr.
Heather Anne Plym
Alva Poole
Michael Porter
Thomas Powell
Jonathan Dale Powers
John Powers
Cheryl Price, M.A.
Robin Puryear, Ph.D.
Wainscott Putney
Amber L. Quarles
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
Fred Ross
Ethan F 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.
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
Edward Smither, Ph.D.
Steven B. Snyder
Stephanie B Snyder, Mr.
Don Solomon
Joel Solomon
Ron Sones, Ph.D.
Ronald T Sones
Julianne Spatacean
Kaitlyn Stafford, Ph.D.
Michael Stahl, M.A.
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
Farnaz Thompson
Dan Thompson, Ph.D.
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.
James Ward, Ph.D.
Janet Warren, M.D., Ph.D.
Terry Weaver
Wendel R. Weaver
Sue D Weaver
Sara Lyn Wells
Sara Wells, Ph.D.
Russell West
Kerry K Westerwick, Mrs.
James Wheeler
Mark S 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
William Scott Wilson
William B. Wilson
Kathryn Wilson, B.M.
Kathryn I. Wilson
David Winner, Ph.D.
Kevin Wolfe
James Wood
Andy Wood, Ph.D.
Everett Worthington, Ph.D.
John P. Wright
Amanda Wynn, Ph.D.
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.