Nadine Pence (PhD '92, Theology), Executive Director of the Wabash Center for Teaching & Learning in Theology & Religion. Prior to taking this position, she was Professor of Theological Studies at Bethany Theological Seminary (Richmond, Indiana) and Executive Director of the Council of Societies for the Study of Religion (publisher of Religious Studies Review).
Eugene Gallagher (PhD '80, History of Religions), Rosemary Park Professor of Religious Studies at Connecticut College, where he has taught since 1978. He was the college's founding director of its Center for Teaching and Learning and served for many years as a faculty fellow in the center. He received the AAR's Excellence in Teaching Award in 2001 and was named the Case/Carnegie Professor of the Year for Connecticut in 2003.
David Albertson (PhD '08, Theology), Assistant Professor of Religion at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
Kristin Bloomer (PhD '08, Theology), Assistant Professor of Religion at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, and currently Visiting Assistant Professor at Harvard University.
Spencer Dew (PhD '08, Religion and Literature), Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Mattie Allen Broyles Inaugural Year Research Chair at Centenary College of Louisiana and a summer instructor for the BA program of the Chicago Police Department.
Amanda J. Huffer (PhD '10, History of Religions), Assistant Professor at University of California, Riverside.
Annette Bourland Huizenga (PhD '10, Biblical Studies), Assistant Professor of New Testament at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary.
Sarah Imhoff (PhD '10, History of Judaism), Assistant Professor in the Religious Studies Department and Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University-Bloomington.
Rory Johnson (PhD '10, Anthropology and Sociology of Religion), Heanon Wilkins Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor at Miami University in Ohio.
Elizabeth Pérez (PhD '10, History of Religions), Assistant Professor of Religion at Dartmouth College.
Rebecca Raphael (PhD '97, Religion and Literature), is NEH Distinguished Teaching Professor and Associate Professor of Philosophy at Texas State University.
Lea F. Schweitz (PhD 08, Philosophy of Religion), Assistant Professor at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago.