Faculty

Having a personal impact

Faculty members have been an important part of Maranatha since the college's opening in 1968. From its 27 original members, the faculty has grown steadily to accommodate the University's majors, minors, and graduate programs. Maranatha students enjoy a low student-to-faculty ratio--1 to 14.7 in 2010-11. They also enjoy a valuable personal relationship with godly mentors who are committed to passing on biblical truth to the next generation of local church leaders.

Use our faculty quick search tool below to find a specific professor or check the directory, which is sorted by program of study.

Faculty Quick Search

Name
Courses/Programs
Amy BlylyNursing
Ann BoltonAthletics/Sports
Dr. David BrownEducation, Music
Ruth BrownEducation, Music
Dr. Michelle ClaterHumanities, Music
Janelle ColemanEducation
Dr. Jeff CrumMusic, Online
Kelly CrumNursing
Regina DeLozierEducation
Jeff DrostBusiness
Suzanne FellBusiness
Gary GarrisonAthletics/Sports, Business
Dr. Marcos Garza-MadridScience
David HandysideEducation
David HockmanBible
Katharine HolleyNursing
Dr. Scott HolleyHumanities, Education
Dr. Andrew HudsonSeminary
Nathan HuffstutlerHumanities
Jerry KolwinskaHumanities, Education
Dr. Dean KurtzMusic
Dr. David LedgerwoodMusic
William LichtEducation, Humanities
Dr. Christine LincolnEducation
Dr. Bob LoggansBible
Pam LoggansBible
Dr. Curt MalmangerScience, Math
Dr. Preston MayesSeminary
Traci MayesHumanities
Dr. Bruce MeyerBible
Tim MielkeHumanities Photography
Jeff MillerHumanities, Speech
Tim MillerBible
Dr. Paul MolitorScience
Dr. Manuel MoralesHumanities, Spanish
Angela MorrisHumanities, Speech
Dr. Dwayne MorrisBible
Dr. Larry OatsSeminary
Dr. Corey PfaffeBusiness
Jeff PillAthletics, Business
Phil PriceAthletics/Sports
Susan RasmussenNursing
Carol Senn RuffinHumanities, Music
Dr. Dave SaxonBible
Dr. Marvin StephensScience
Susan Hermes StephensHumanities
Mark StevensBusiness
Dr. Rick TownsendMusic
Brian TrainerBible
Courtney WinslowNursing
Janet TschidaMusic
Peter WrightMusic
Michael ZwolanekHumanities, History