Faculty Research

Kaye Cook

What collaborative research always does, however, is make us think better about our subject. It enables students to understand a pattern of critical thought. It's a form of apprenticeship-learning, with the student being plugged into a more experienced mentor, and feeling from the inside what it's like to take on a research project.

For the faculty member, it's an act of teaching and learning. An act, which begins with very little reward and great deal of time, but ends in expanded insights and the joy of seeing real learning take place.”

—Stan Gaede, “On Faculty/Student Research,” talk given while Provost at Westmont College, 1998

Faculty Highlight:

Brian Glenney

Brian Glenney, Philosophy >>

New Faculty Grants:

  • Dan Johnson; U.S. Institution for Peace; Support for a Conference on Peacebuilding
  • Craig Story, Justin Topp; BioLogos Foundation; Moving Pastors Toward Scientific Literacy Project
  • Dan Russ; Hamilton-Wenham Cultural Council; Celebration of the Arts Film Screening
  • Karl Crisman; Mathematics Association for America (MAA); Mentoring Math Circle with Girls, Inc. of Lynn
  • Janel Curry; Imago Dei Fund; Gender Parity in Evangelical Organizations, Research
  • Ian DeWeese-Boyd; Notre Dame Center for Philosophy of Religion; Analytic Theology Cluster Group
  • Greg Carmer; Council for Independent Colleges; NetVUE Regional Conference Grant

For more information, please contact:
Margaret Ivy, Grants Coordinator, at  or at 978.867.4360.