David Guthrie, Ph.D.Adjunct Professor, Department of Higher Education Doctoral Programs
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David Guthrie, Ph.D., is professor of higher education and sociology at Geneva College in western Pennsylvania. As a longtime adjunct professor at APU, he often teaches Introduction to U.S. Higher Education, and has served on several dissertation committees. Guthrie earned a Ph.D. in Higher Education from Pennsylvania State University after completing a master’s degree in religion. In addition to full-time teaching experience at undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels, he has also served as a dean in both student affairs and academic affairs, and worked for eight years in campus ministry. Guthrie is the author of two monographs, several journal articles, numerous conference presentations, and served as the director of a multi-million dollar grant focused on the theological exploration of vocation. His intellectual interests include socio-historical analyses of U.S. higher education, church-related colleges and universities, and connections among religion, society, and higher education.
EducationPh.D., Pennsylvania State University
M.A., Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
B.A., Grove City College
- School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences
- Department of Higher Education