Faculty

Our faculty members are working professionals with advanced degrees who are dedicated to expanding their own knowledge and sharing what they've practiced for years with our students. They combine academic theory with real-life industry knowledge for a quality learning experience.

Faculty activity

Research and Innovation

Here, you'll find the high-quality scholarship being produced by our faculty. We believe the research our faculty pursue broadens their own expertise in their field while also increasing the influence they have on students.

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Faculty community

Faculty profiles

Read profiles of some of our faculty members within each school or college to find out who they are and what they bring to the table.

Demographics

Learn about the different backgrounds and experiences that make up our faculty.*

Our faculty is 56% female and 44% male, which reflects our student body and our strong commitment to serving the needs of an all-encompassing student population.

We embrace the responsibility of fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment. We believe that a diverse faculty better serves the needs of a diverse student body. Our faculty is comprised of 4.3% Asian/Pacific Islander, 5.2% Hispanic, .6% Native American/Alaskan, 67.5% Caucasian and 2.5% Unknown. With 19.9% Black or African American professors, we have more than three times the national average. We value and honor the diverse experiences and perspectives of everyone here at the University - and we’re proud of all of the backgrounds represented in the classroom.

Our faculty has a cumulative average of 20.5 years of professional industry experience in the areas in which they teach and an average of 8.4 years of teaching experience.

*Current as of January 4, 2016