Part-Time Faculty The Biola University faculty each semester includes, in addition to the regular faculty members listed above, approximately 80 persons teaching on a part-time basis equivalent to about 30 full-time-equivalent faculty positions. These persons bring to their tasks a rich variety of academic and other professional expertise, and thus serve to enrich the curricular offerings of the University, particularly in some of the more specialized areas. University Faculty Emerit i CHARLES L. FEINBERG Dean of Talbot Theological Seminary, Emeritus 1948-75 Professor of Semitics and Old Testament, Emeritus 1948-79 Talbot Graduate Student Awards The awards that follow are presented annually to qualified students on the basis of criteria indicated. The Louis T. Talbot Award - To a student in the seminary whose concern and zeal, in theory and practice, are outstanding in the area of the evangelization of the Jews. The Audrey Talbot Award in Bible Exposition - To the student in the seminary who does the best work for the year in the Department of Bible Exposition. The William W. Bass Award - To a student in the seminary whose concern and zeal, theoretically and practically, are exemplary in the interest of the evangelization of the Jews. The John and Jennie Solomon Award in Old Testament - To the student in the seminary who does the best work for the year in the Department of Semitics and Old Testament.
DAVID C. LIAO Associate Professor of Missions, 1980 BS., Fukien Christian University; MA, Fuller Theological Seminary; D.Miss.; Fuller Theological Seminary. DONALD G. McDOUGALL Associate Professor of New Testament, 1975 BA, Biola College; MDiv., Th .M , Talbot Theological Seminary; Ph.D., studies in progress, University of California, Los Angeles. CURTIS C. MITCHELL Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology, 1966 BA, Biola College; B.D.. Talbot Theologi cal Seminary; Th.M., Western Conserva tive Baptist Theological Seminary; Th.D., Grace Theological Seminary. RICHARD J. MOHLINE Dean of Administration, Rosemead School of Psychology Associate Professor of Practical Theology, 1970 Diploma, Moody Bible Institute; BA, Wheaton College; M.Div., Gordon Conwell Seminary; M.Ed., Loyola University, Chicago. GEORGE C. MOORE D irector of Ethnic and International Stu dent Relations, Instructor of Biblical Studies and Theology. 1975 Diploma, Bible Institute of Los Angeles; BA. B1ola College; MDiv., Th.M., Talbot Theological Seminary. MARC T. MUELLER Assistant Professor in Systematic Theology, Talbot Valley Campus, 1978 BA, Pomona College, Claremont; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary, Ph.D., candi date, Cambridge, England
RONALD PIERCE Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology, I 976 BA, John Brown University; M.Div., Th.M. , Talbot Theological Seminary; Ph.D. , Fuller Theological Seminary. ROBERT RADCLIFFE Associate Professor of Christian Education, 1976 BA, MA, Wheaton College; Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School. RICHARD 0. RIGSBY Associate Professor of Semitics and Old Testament, 1974 BA, John B. Stetson University; M.Div., Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. JAMES E. ROSSCUP Professor of Bible Exposition, 1965 BA, Arizona State University; Th.M , Th.D.. Dallas Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Aberdeen. ROBERT L. SAUCY Professor of Systematic Theology, 1961 BA, Westmont College; Th M , Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary. ROBERT L. THOMAS Professor of New Testament Language and Literature, 1959 B.M.E., Georgia Institute of Technology; Th M , Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary. MICHAEL WILKINS Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology, 1983 BA, Biola Unversity; M.Div., Talbot Theological Seminary and School of Theology; Ph.D., studies 1n progress, Fuller Theological Seminary. FREDERIC K. WILSON Assistant Professor of Christian Education, 1983 BS., Philadelphia College of Bible; Th.M , Dallas Theological Seminary; Ph.D , Kansas State University
The Library Award - To the student completing a thesis or thesis project who, in the opinion of the Librarian, has made the most intelligent and effective use of the Library during the year of his or her graduation. To the student with the best work for the year in the Department of Systematic Theology. The Award in Homiletics - An annual award to 3 students in the seminary who distinguish themselves in preaching. The Robert N . Oliver Award in Systematic Theology - The Kenneth D . Archinal Award in Chris tian Education - An annual award to the outstanding second year student in the Department of Christian Education. The Award in New Testament - To the student who has done outstanding work in New Testament studies throughout the seminary program. The Rev. & Mrs. David Doerksen Award in Missions - To the student in the semi nary who does the best work for the year in the Department of Missions. The Marge Niquette Award in Bible Ex position - An annual award to the stu dent in the seminary who has done out standing work in the Department of Bible Exposition in the final year of training. The Alumni Award - Given to a conti nu ing student in the seminary by the Alumni Association . To an outstanding graduate completing the Mas ter of Arts in Marriage and Family Ministry program. The Ministry Associates Award - The Charles Lee Feinberg Award - Giv en to the Senior who best exemplifies the image of a student at Talbot Theological Seminary.
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