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Faculty and Staff

Executive Director

Reg Codrington

Reg Codrington coordinates the APU South Africa Semester through its subsidiary, Azusa Pacific International Education Foundation. He is an adjunct faculty member in the Division of Religion and Philosophy. An educator with a D.Ed. from the University of South Africa, and an ordained minister with a Licentiate in Theology (Honours), he served for many years as the Southern Africa Coordinator for the Accrediting Council for Theological Education in Africa (ACTEA). He teaches Life and Teachings of Jesus (UBBL 330) at the APU Pietermaritzburg campus.

Student Life Coordinator

To be announced.


Quinton Redcliffe

Quinton Redcliffe holds a master’s degree in Conflict and Conflict Management from the University of Port Elizabeth. He has worked as the manager for the President’s Award Youth Empowerment Program and as co-coordinator for the study abroad program at the University of Cape Town. He has also been part of the faculty seminar leadership team for more than five years. He teaches History and Culture of South Africa (HIST 335).

Doug Mansfield

Doug Mansfield holds an M.A. in Clinical Psychology and is registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa as a clinical psychologist. He is a lecturer at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, where his main teaching portfolio is in the areas of neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, and applied ethics. He teaches Human Growth and Development (PSYC 290) at the APU Pietermaritzburg campus.

Francis Njoroge

Francis Njoroge hails from Kenya. He has a long acquaintance with Azusa Pacific University and worked closely with Judy Hutchinson, Ph.D., in the development of the program he teaches at the APU Pietermaritzburg campus: Principles and Practice of Community Engagement (GLBL 355).

Caryn Penderis

Caryn Penderis is a lecturer and grassland science supervisor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, where she is completing her Ph.D. in Wildlife Science. She is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society, the Grassland Society of Southern Africa, and the Southern African Wildlife Management Association. She teaches Humans and the Environment (BIOL 325) at the APU Pietermaritzburg campus.

Wynn Schoeman

Wynn Schoeman was raised in the rural areas of KwaZulu-Natal and was fluent in the language of isiZulu from an early age. She has taught isiZulu to primary and secondary school pupils, as well as to adults, since 1980. She teaches both the 8-unit Introduction to isiZulu (MODL 101/MODL 102) as well as Conversational Zulu on the APU Pietermaritzburg campus. The latter is a compulsory non-credit course for all students enrolling in the South Africa Semester.

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