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December 24: Dr. Julie Fernandez Dean, COEBS

Dr. Julie Fernandez is dean of the HBU College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. Fernandez has served as the program coordinator of the Education Administration Program and as the department chair of Leadership and Counseling at HBU. Fernandez has served the Texas education community for more than three decades, including extensive experience in K-12 education. She has both the knowledge and the heart to prepare effective educators and behavioral science professionals.

To learn more, visit the HBU College of Education and Behavioral Sciences or HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.
To hear the podcast, visit Episode #88 Julie Fernandez – Dean, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

December 31, 2018: Jayme McGhan Dean, School of Fine Arts

Jayme McGhan joins HBU as the dean of the School of Fine Arts. He was most recently the director of the School of Stage and Screen at Western Carolina University. McGhan is a nationally recognized playwright, theater artist and educator. His works have been produced and performed in numerous locations. McGhan is also an accomplished director, technical director, actor, set designer and lighting designer.

To learn more, visit the HBU School of Fine Arts or HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.
To hear the podcast, visit Episode #89 Jayme McGhan – Dean, School of Fine Arts

January 7, 2019: Dr. Michael Kenneth “Kenny” Holt Dean, Archie W. Dunham College of Business

Dr. Michael Kenneth “Kenny” Holt is the dean of the Archie W. Dunham College of Business. Holt brings a broad knowledge base with a career spent in higher education, including in both educational and operational areas. Most recently, he was the dean of the Middle Georgia State University School of Business. His specialties include entrepreneurship and collaboration. He is a leader in the field of business regarding the integration of the Christian faith and business.

To learn more, visit the Archie W. Dunham College of Business or HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.
To hear the podcast, visit Episode #90 Kenny Holt – Dean, Archie W. Dunham College of Business.

January 14, 2019: Dr. Craig Evans and Jerry Jenkins, Authors

Dr. Craig Evans is the John Bisagno Distinguished Professor of Christian Origins at HBU. He is a sought-after biblical scholar and New Testament expert. His books and teaching have encouraged many and led skeptics to faith in Jesus Christ. Jerry Jenkins is a bestselling author of numerous books, including the famous “Left Behind” series. Together, they have collaborated to create the novel, “Dead Sea Rising.”

To learn more, visit the HBU School of Christian Thought or HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.
To hear the podcast, visit Episode #91 Craig A. Evans and Jerry Jenkins.

January 21, 2019: Tyler Kelly, Student, Archie W. Dunham College of Business

Tyler Kelly is an HBU senior. During his time at HBU, he has been a defensive end on the HBU Football team. He is completing a degree in international business and plans to go on for his master’s degree. Tyler is known for designing and making homemade longboards, a tradition which began as a teenager with his father, Shannon Kelly.

To learn more, visit the Archie W. Dunham College of Business or HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.
To hear the podcast, visit Episode # 92 Tyler Kelly – International Business Student.

January 28, 2019: Dr. Dan Kramlich Professor of Music, Program Coordinator for Piano Performance, School of Fine Arts

Dr. Dan Kramlich is a professor of Music and the program coordinator for Piano Performance for HBU’s Department of Music. Dr. Kramlich has served in HBU’s Music program since 1981. He is an active pianist, playing in chamber recitals and leading church worship. His professional work includes commissioned orchestral work, a documentary film score, and a number of performance arrangements.

To learn more, visit the HBU Department of Music or HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.
To hear the podcast, visit Episode #93 Dan Kramlich – Professor of Music.

February 4, 2019: Jared Moon Head Coach, HBU Baseball

Jared Moon is the head coach of the HBU baseball team. He is HBU’s all-time winningest baseball coach. Under his direction, the team has become a serious Division I contender. As a Husky himself, Moon led the 1994 baseball team to their first-ever national ranking. He was inducted into the HBU Sports Hall of Honor in 2008.

To learn more, visit HBUhuskies.com or HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.
To hear the podcast, visit Episode #94 Jared Moon – HBU Head Baseball Coach.

February 11, 2018: Trent Franson Student, Archie W. Dunham College of Business

Trent Franson is an HBU junior and business major who is an infield player on the HBU baseball team. He is known as being a strong player who has good barrel control and a feel for the strike zone. He packs a high-power hit, and has proven to be an integral member of the team.

To learn more, visit the HBU Archie W. Dunham College of Business or HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.
To hear the podcast, visit Episode #95 Trent Franson – Business major.

February 18, 2019: Dr. Randy Hatchett Professor of Theology, School of Christian Thought

Dr. Randy Hatchett is a professor of Theology in HBU’s School of Christian Thought. His areas of specialty range from biblical interpretation to philosophy. He represents the University in numerous speaking and preaching engagements. Dr. Hatchett has served as an interim pastor many times, and is cognizant of making teaching applicable.

To learn more, visit the School of Christian Thought or HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.
To hear the podcast, visit Episode #96 Randy Hatchett – Professor of Theology.

February 25, 2019: Dr. Phillip Marshall Assistant Professor of Theology, School of Christian Thought

Dr. Phillip Marshall is an assistant professor of Theology in the HBU School of Christian Thought. His areas of specialization are the Septuagint, textual criticism, Hebrew and Greek grammar, and biblical exegesis. Dr. Marshall’s teaching focus is Classical Biblical Hebrew and Hellenistic Greek; he teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

To learn more, visit the School of Christian Thought or HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.
To hear the podcast, visit Episode #97 Philip Marshall – Assistant Professor of Theology.

March 4, 2019: Dr. Eric Johnson Director of the Gideon Institute of Christian Psychology and Counseling, COEBS

Dr. Eric L. Johnson is the professor of Christian Psychology at HBU. He has taught for almost 30 years and published more than 50 articles and two books on Christian psychology. The founding director of the Society for Christian Psychology, he is the director of the Gideon Institute of Christian Psychology and Counseling, a new HBU program.

To hear the podcast, visit Episode #98 Eric Johnson – Director of the Gideon Institute of Christian Psychology and Counseling.

March 11, 2019: Sierra Humphrey HBU Softball player, College of Science and Mathematics

Sierra Humphrey is a biology major, a softball player, a leader for Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and is involved in Tri-Beta. She plans to attend medical school upon her graduation. Humphrey is preparing for summer internship opportunities in the medical field.

To hear the podcast, visit Episode #99 Sierra Humphrey – Biology Student

March 18, 2019: Mary-Ellen Hall HBU Softball Coach, HBU Softball

Mary-Ellen Hall is in her third decade as head coach of the HBU Softball team. Hall has racked up many wins, and led the Huskies through the return to NCAA Division I play. Hall was a Husky herself, playing volleyball and graduating in 1988. Coach Hall is known for leading her players to successful competition and for encouraging academic achievement.

To hear the podcast, visit Episode #100 Mary-Ellen Hall – HBU Head Softball Coach 

March 25, 2019: Mandi Humphrey Music Student, College of Fine Arts

Mandi Humphrey is a senior Piano Performance major in the HBU Music Department. She holds memberships in Schola Cantorum and the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, and has been involved in various leadership positions and organizations throughout her time at HBU. HBU.edu/p55-MHumphrey

April 1, 2019: Cheyenne DuPont Nursing Student, School of Nursing and Allied Health

Cheyenne DuPont is a student in the HBU Nursing program and is president of the Nursing Student Association. HBU.edu/p55-DuPont

April 8, 2019: Saleim Kahleh Associate University Minister, Student Life

Saleim Kahleh, HBU associate minister, is involved in leading Spiritual Life and Kaleo Discipleship programs. After being raised as a Muslim, Kahleh accepted Jesus Christ as a young man. He graduated from HBU in 1984 and has served the HBU community faithfully. He is known for communicating profound truths in memorable ways, including his well-known “scarf illustration.” HBU.edu/p55-Kahleh

April 15, 2019: Dr. Angie Durand Assistant Professor of Education, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Angie Durand serves as a program coordinator in the HBU College of Education and Behavioral Sciences Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Her background includes teaching kindergarten in both public and private school settings, being in school administration, and helping prepare teachers as a university professor. HBU.edu/p55-Durand

April 22, 2019: Dr. Khara Breeden, Assistant Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing and Allied Health

Dr. Khara Breeden is an HBU assistant professor of Nursing. As a past program manager of the Harris Health Forensic Nursing Department, Breeden is passionate about serving abuse victims. She founded and runs the Harris County Forensic Nurse Examiners, which bridges the gap between victims, law enforcement agencies, and treatment organizations. HBU.edu/p55-Breeden

April 29, 2019: Lesha Wincher, Student, Miss Houston, Archie W. Dunham College of Business

Lesha Wincher is earning her MSHRM (Master of Science in Human Resources Management) from HBU. A graduate of Clear Brook High School in Friendswood, Wincher obtained her bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston, and was a Houston Texans cheerleader from 2013 to 2017. In 2018, she was crowned Miss Houston USA, and was the second runner-up at the state level. HBU.edu/p55-Wincher

May 6, 2019: Gil Ilutowich CEO and Chairman for Compedia

Gil Ilutowich is co-CEO and chairman of the board for Compedia, an Israel-based technology company. Compedia specializes in immersive learning, bringing high-tech engagement techniques that enable learners to interact with and absorb material. The company’s creations include academic and religious curricula, professional and military training technologies, and more. HBU.edu/p55-Ilutowich

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