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Tim McNeilus

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Tim McNeilus did his undergraduate work at Southern Missionary College in Collegedale, Tennessee. He has a Master of Mathematics from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and a Master of Physics Education from the University of Virginia at Charlottesville. He now teaches at Shenandoah Valley Academy in Virginia. He is also an adjunct at James […]

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Dr. Ghassan Salameh

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Dr. Ghassan Salameh graduated from Jacksonville State University in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in economics and an MBA in finance in 1982. In 1987, he earned his doctorate degree from Tennessee State University in the education and the econometric of national development. He is also an associate professor with 30 years of teaching and […]

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Yvette Saliba

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Yvette Saliba received her master’s in mental health counseling in 2007. After working as an outpatient adult substance abuse counselor at the Center for Drug Free Living, she worked at ADU as the director for the Center for Academic Achievement for eight years. She is currently working on her doctorate in counselor education at the […]

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Paul Lower

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Paul Lower is a second generation native of Florida. He received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Central Florida. He continued his education at Southern Adventist University, completing an MBA with an emphasis on Healthcare Administration. Currently he is working as the marketing director and a property manager for Wilson Management […]

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Dr. Christopher L. Litten

Dr. Christopher L. Litten has taught English and humanity classes at ADU since 1999.

Dr. Litten has taught English and humanity classes at ADU since 1999. He also taught English and education courses for 19 years at a liberal arts college in Maryland. He has extensive experience teaching online learning courses. He majored in English and secondary education in his baccalaureate degree, and focused on medieval and Renaissance and […]

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Dr. Ernest J. Bursey

Dr. Ernest J. Bursey has taught at ADU since 2001 as professor of religion.

For Dr. Bursey, the addiction to teaching started early. He taught one section of a freshman religion class while a senior in high school. The addiction has endured — it has been 55 years since that first assignment at Thunderbird Academy in Scottsdale, Arizona. He has been a faculty member at ADU since 2001 as […]

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Dr. Zdravko Stefanovic

Dr. Zdravko Stefanovic teaches Biblical Studies at ADU.

Zdravko Stefanovic, Ph.D., was born in Bosnia. He completed his education in Croatia, France, and the United States, specializing in biblical languages and interpretation. At present he teaches Biblical Studies at ADU in Orlando, Florida. Stefanovic is married to Bozana, a mathematics professor, and they have two sons. The family treasures fond memories of mission […]

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Dr. Ann C. Vining

Dr. Ann C. Vining has taught mathematics at ADU since 1993.

Dr. Ann C. Vining has taught mathematics at ADU since 1993. In 2009, she moved from a full-time teaching position to become director of institutional effectiveness and accreditation, and then in 2011, she returned to the health and biomedical sciences department as the chair. She has a bachelor of science in mathematics from Southern Adventist […]

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Jessica Lower

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Jessica Lower graduated in 1994 from the Southern College of Seventh-day Adventists (now Southern Adventist University) in Collegedale, Tennessee, with a bachelor’s degree in English. She taught eighth-grade language arts and reading for seven years. During that same period, she also taught several semesters of high school English as an adjunct instructor at Forest Lake […]

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Dr. Georgina Hill

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Dr. Hill earned her doctorate degree in English from Purdue University, specializing in rhetoric and writing, and linguistics. Much of her teaching career she spent in Michigan at both Andrews University and Western Michigan University, where she directed the first-year writing program. In 2008, she began teaching at ADU. Currently, she directs the honors program […]

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