Resources

Choose a JBU faculty member to speak at your event.

John Brown University is proud to provide the following resources for schools and organizations:

Speaker's Bureau

Choose a JBU faculty member to speak at your event.

Kyle Agee, M.F.A.

Kyle Agee, M.F.A.

Visual Art Professor

Topics: Creative Thinking, UX design, Digital Photography, Documentary Film Making, Darkroom or Alternative Process Photography, and Woodworking.

 
Dave Andrus, M.F.A.

Dave Andrus, M.F.A.

Visual Art Professor

Topics: Typography, The history and proper use of typefaces in printing, graphic design, Graphic Design – the design process, How to Get Ideas, Color in printing and design, Building a portfolio, Design Thinking – How to solve problems, Critiques of student portfolios, yearbooks, etc.

 
Steve Beers, Ph.D.

Steve Beers, Ph.D.

VP of Student Development

Topics: Christian Higher Education, Spiritual formation of students, Organizational management.

 
Daniel Bennett, Ph.D.

Daniel Bennett, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Political Science

American Politics, Faith and Political Engagement, the Future of Religious Liberty in the US, and the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment.

 
Curtis Cunningham, Ph.D.

Curtis Cunningham, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Teacher Education

Topics: Gifted and Talented Education, Professional Learning Communities, Creativity, Affective Education, and Assessment. 

 
Tim Gilmour, Ph.D.

Tim Gilmour, Ph.D.

Engineering Professor

Topics: Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Science and the Bible, Creation Science, Evolution, the age of the earth, and interpretation of Genesis Witnessing to people of other religions, Apologetics, Atheism, the existence of God, and the trustworthiness of the Bible, Being a Christian engineer or scientist in the workplace.

 
Iván Iglesias, Ph.D.

Iván Iglesias, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Spanish (Only available for travel in NWA)

Topics: Latin American Literature from Colonial, Independence, and Contemporary periods. Also available to teach JBU model classes including Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced levels as well as share personal literary work in field of poetry.


 
Preston Jones, Ph.D.

Preston Jones, Ph.D.

History Professor

Topics: Experiences of war, Ethics, Political Philosophy.

 
Kevin Macfarlan, Ph.D., PE

Kevin Macfarlan, Ph.D., PE

Chair, Engineering & Construction Management Division and Engineering Professor

Topics: Jet Engines, Thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering related fields, and Homeschooling Students for STEM fields.

 
Trisha Posey, Ph.D.

Trisha Posey, Ph.D.

Honors Scholars Program Director and History Professor

Topics: Slavery, African History, Racial Reconciliation, Poverty in US History, and Leaders in Times of Crisis.

 
Steve Snediker, M.F.A.

Steve Snediker, M.F.A.

Visual Arts - Cinema Professor

Topics: Finding God in the Movies, The Power of Film Editing, Focus – Thoughts on POV and Optics, Storytelling and Narrative Film.

 
Ted Song, Ph.D.

Ted Song, Ph.D.

Engineering Professor

Topics: Life in College, Cultural Diversity, Christian Leadership, Engineering, Computer Science, and Integration of Faith and Work.

 
Bill Stevenson, M.S.

Bill Stevenson, M.S.

International Admissions and Student Services Director and Intercultural Studies Professor

Topics: Personal Testimony, Peace & Conflict Resolution, Multi-Cultural Development, Leadership within an International Context, and anything Irish.

 
Tim Wakefield, Ph.D.

Tim Wakefield, Ph.D.

Biology Professor

Topics: Marine Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Faith and Science

 

To inquire about these Resources, please contact the Office of Academic Partnerships at 479.524.7423 or LHuffman@jbu.edu.