1983-1984 Academic Catalog

Since 1953, the trustees and administrators of Cedarville Col– lege have sought to define realistic goals where substantial em– phasis is placed upon the Word of God and the Testimony of Jesus Christ. Divine guidance has been sought as instructors have been invited to join the faculty and carry out its defined purposes and objectives. Cedarville has a full-time faculty of seventy-four members with an average of over ten years of teaching experience. Such ex– perience contributes substantially to the success of this Christian liberal arts college. All faculty members are committed Christians who teach the course content in the light of Scriptural truth. All of them have a sincere desire to assist young people in preparation for their chosen vocation. Fourteen are currently working toward advanced degrees; forty-four percent now hold earned doc– torates. PAUL H. DIXON, M.Div, D.D. President 1978- B. A., Tennessee Temple University, 1961; M.Div., Temple Baptist Theological Seminary, 1964; D.D., Tennessee Tem– ple University, 1978. JAMES T. JEREMIAH, D.D., Litt.D. Chancellor 1953- Graduate, Baptist Bible Seminary, 1936; B.A., Central State College, 1960; M.A., Winona Lake School of Theology, 1968; D.D., Central State College, 1961; Litt.D., Cedarville College, 1973. ROBERT ABBAS, Ph.D. Professor ofPsychology 1971- B.M., Northwestern College, 1959; B.A. Wartburg College, 1962; M.A., University of Northern Colorado, 1965; Ph.D., University of Missouri, Columbia, 1972. MERLIN F. AGER, Ph.D. Professor ofEducation 1964-75; 1978- B. A., Cedarville College, 1960; M.S., University of Wiscon– sin, 1962; graduate Study, Miami University, summer of 1963; University of Wisconsin, summer of 1964; Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 1967. IRENEB. ALYN, R.N., Ph.D. Professor ofNursing 1981- B.A., Taylor University, 1962; Diploma, Cook County School of Nursing, 1962; M.S.N., University of Illinois, 1965; Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1972. LYLEJ. ANDERSON, Ph.D. Associate Professor ofMusic 1970- B.M .E., Cedarville College, 1970; M.A., The Ohio State University, 1971; Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 1977. J. WESLEY BAKER, M.A. Assistant Professor ofSpeech 1977- B.A., Bob Jones University, 1972; M.A., University of South Carolina, 1980. SUE H. BAKER, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Education 1978- B. S., Kent State University, 1968; M.Ed., Kent State Univer– sity, 1972; graduate study, The University of Cincinnati, 1981-. RICHARD E. BALDWIN, M.B.A. Assistant Professor ofBusiness 1975- B.S.E.E., Iowa State University, 1955; M.B .A., University of Dayton, 1968; L.L.B., LaSalle Correspondence Univer– sity, 1973; graduate study, The Ohio State University, 1983-. STANLEY N. BALLARD, Ph.D. Professor ofPsychology 1965- Diploma, Moody Bible Institute, 1954; Th.B., Baptist Bible Seminary, 1956; Th. M., Dallas Theological Seminary, 1964; M.S., North Texas State University, 1965; graduate study, University of Dayton, 1966; graduate study, University of Ok– lahoma, 1967; Ph.D., North Texas State University, 1971. PATRICIA BATES, M.S. Dean ofWomen 1974- B.S., Ouachita University, 1968; M.S., Xavier University, 1971. JANET A. BAUER, M.S. Assistant Professor ofNursing 1982- Diploma, Hackley Hospital School of Nursing, 1965; B.S.N., Coe College, 1976; M.S., University of Arizona, 1979; Specialist in Clinical Nursing, Indiana University, 1982.