Grace College and Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, Ind., the higher-education institutions affiliated with the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches, has announced the addition of six new faculty members for the 2011-2012 school year.
The School of Arts and Sciences welcomes two new faculty members: Kristin Farwell, Ph.D. and Rebekah Watson, Ph.D. Dr. Farwell joins the Grace faculty as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics; he previously taught at Siena College. Dr. Watson joins the Grace faculty as an Assistant Professor of Communication; she previously taught communication courses at the University of Missouri and public speaking courses at Purdue University.
The School of Education welcomes Rachael Hoffert, M.Ed. Hoffert joins the Grace faculty as an Assistant Professor of Education; she previously held the position of Literacy Coach/Staff Developer in the Warsaw, Ind., School District.
The School of Behavioral Sciences welcomes Chris Hull, Ph.D., LMHC, NCC. Dr. Hull joins the Grace faculty as an Assistant Professor of Graduate Counseling and Interpersonal Relations; he previously taught in the School of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences at Argosy University – Tampa. Dr. Hull is a practicing Licensed Mental Health Counselor and qualified supervisor.
The School of Business welcomes two new faculty members: Dr. Jeff Fawcett, D.B.A. and Alan Grossnickle, M.B.A. Dr. Fawcett joins the Grace faculty as the Dean of the School of Business and as a Professor of Marketing. Dr. Fawcett previously taught at Cedarville University and is an active member of the Christian Business Faculty Association. Grossnickle joins the Grace faculty as the Director of the William P. Gordon Institute for Enterprise Development and as Assistant Professor of Business. Grossnickle previously taught at the University of Saint Francis and is currently completing his Doctorate in Business Administration at North Central University.