In addition to teaching and serving at the University, Cairn’s faculty and staff are committed to growing professionally, participating in ministry, and pursuing their academic interests.
Dr. Todd J. Williams was the keynote speaker at Harvey Cedars Bible Conference for July Family Week and Family Week 2 in July and August 2021.
Dr. Timothy Hui is serving as the interim assistant provost for assessment and accreditation.
SCHOOL OF DIVINITY
Dr. Keith Plummer, dean, taught an apologetics course for Cru Institute of Biblical Studies in June 2021.
Dr. Gary Schnittjer presented a paper, “Love Thy Neighbor: Torah’s Use of Torah and the Making of Leviticus 19:18b,” at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society in November 2020. He also wrote a guest blog post, “The Fall and Rise of Lady Zion” for the Cateclesia Institute blog in August 2021.
Bryan Murawski presented a paper, “Who Shall Go Up First?”: Inner-Biblical Interpretation in the Prologue of Judges,” at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society in November 2020.
Dr. Tony Hurst has been hosting a listener-supported radio program on WFIL AM 560 radio since November 2020. He is currently preaching a sermon series on “The Works of the Flesh” (Gal. 5:19–21), which he plans to follow with “The Fruit of the Spirit” (Gal. 5:22).
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Dr. Joseph Miller joined the business faculty in July 2021. He will be teaching courses in law, business planning, and entrepreneurship.
Matthew Garrison joined the business faculty in August 2021. He will be teaching courses in information systems, computer science, and cybersecurity.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
Dr. Marti MacCullough, distinguished professor emeritus, published an article in the University’s Triquetra journal: “The Fight for Objective Truth in the 21st Century Classroom.”
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Dr. Benjamin Harding, dean, led worship at Family Week 3 at Harvey Cedars Bible Conference in August 2021.
Graeme Burgan directed five weeks of Csehy Summer School of Music on Cairn’s campus in Summer 2021.
Virginia Whitney led a five-day music workshop remotely (via WhatsApp) for the Esimbi people in Cameroon, Africa, to encourage the use of local-style music in Christian worship.
Robin Massie performed as Nettie Fowler in the musical Carousel by Rodgers & Hammerstein with Music Mountain Theater in Lambertville, NJ, in August 2021.
Scott Watson served as a composer/mentor for the 2021 Allentown Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Composer Workshop in July 2021. Scott composed several concert band pieces for Alfred Music and by commission for Lehman Intermediate School in East Stroudsburg, PA.
SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
Dr. Ruth Kuchinsky-Smith is the new co-chair of the sciences department.
Dr. Matthew Miller is the new chair of the counseling department.
Charlotte Gleason is the new chair of the humanities department.
Greg Schaller is the new chair of social sciences, overseeing the politics, criminal justice, and history programs.
Greg Jensen, co-chair of the sciences department, published an article in the University’s Triquetra journal: “The Proclamation of the Church to Technological Civilization.”
Matthew Stemler, had his own exhibition at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts from August to September 2021.