Jeffrey Green, PhD

  • Associate Professor of Philosophy
  • Dean, The Graduate School
  • Director, Institute of Christianity & Scholarship
  • Program Coordinator, Medical Humanities (BA and Minor)


  • PhD in Philosophy, University of Notre Dame
  • MA in Philosophy, University of Notre Dame
  • BA in History and Philosophy, Southern Methodist University

Courses Taught

  • Epistemology
  • Medical Humanities
  • Existentialism
  • Faith and Reason
  • Logic and Introduction to Philosophy




“Time, foreknowledge, and alternative possibilities.” (with Katherin Rogers, University of Delaware) Religious Studies (2012) 48, 151-164. Copyright Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Additional Information

Dr. Green serves as the Associate Provost for Academic Operations. As Dean of The Graduate School, Dr. Green coordinates graduate programs across HBU’s curriculum and works to improve the graduate education process from admissions to alumni relations.  Among his responsibilities are assisting with new program development, overseeing Graduate Council, working with admissions staff and deans on enrollment management, and partnering with University stakeholders to improve the graduate student experience.  Dr. Green is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and his primary research interests are in Metaphysics and Philosophy of Religion.  In addition, he enjoys teaching and is privileged to be able to work with both the undergraduate and graduate students at HBU.  As director of the Institute of Christianity and Scholarship, he assists in the hiring process and faculty development with regards to the integration of faith and scholarship.  Dr. Green has been with HBU since the Fall of 2009 and has served in a variety of administrative positions. Previously, he taught philosophy for two years at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL.