Dr. Tim Clinton is president of the American Association  of Christian Counselors (AACC), the largest and most diverse Christian counseling association in the world.  The organization hosts numerous events aimed at equipping mental health professionals, clergy members and lay people. He is recognized as a world leader in faith and mental health issues and is a respected author. Tim and his wife, Julie, have two children, Megan and Zach.

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Norm Miller is chairman of Interstate Batteries and a Christian business executive of the highest caliber.  Rather than happiness and joy however, Norm felt that there was something missing in his life. Norm Miller committed his life to Christ and went on to become CEO and later Chairman of Interstate Batteries, an industry leading company recognized for its honesty and integrity.

Learn more at: www.interstatebatteries.com

Rene Maldonado is a student in HBU’s Cinema & New Media Arts program. The Cinema & New Media Arts Program at HBU provides a challenging and creative environment for students to develop their abilities and prepare for work in film, media and the web. 

Visit HBU.edu/FineArts and Cinema.HBU.edu. 
HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211. 

MFA Student Kingsley Onyeiwu graduated this past May. Kingsley’s work, along with other MFA students’ work, was bon display in the University Academic Center earlier this year. The HBU Master of Fine Arts program is a Christian-based, two-year studio program with specialization in the areas of two-dimensional studies (painting, drawing and printmaking) and three-dimensional studies (sculpture and ceramics).

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The HBU Graduate School may be reached at 281-649-3269.

Dr. Dianne Reed is the director of the doctorate program, EdD in Executive Educational Leadership, and a professor of Education. The Doctor in Executive Educational Leadership was HBU’s first doctoral program, making Houston Baptist University a national, comprehensive University. The College of Education is launching a second doctoral program, the Doctor Education in Special Education Leadership.

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The HBU Graduate School may be reached at 281-649-3269.

Dr. Steven Mark serves as the director of Graduate Programs and chair for the Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance in the Archie W. Dunham College of Business. He is an associate professor of accounting. Having had years of hands-on corporate experience, Dr. Mark brings a rich knowledge base. His primary teaching focus centers on Accounting Information Systems and Cost/Managerial Accounting.

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HBU Admissions may be reached at 281-649-3211.

Dr. John Tyler, Jr. is the program coordinator for Legal Studies and associate professor of Government. Dr. Tyler practiced commercial, civil rights and toxic tort litigation as an attorney in Texas for 35 years. As a professor, his teaching emphasizes the dynamic conflict between the political, moral and historical dimensions of law that formed the Western legal tradition.

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Dr. Timothy Brookins serves as the director of Graduate Programs for the School of Christian Thought, program coordinator for Graduate Theology Programs, interim chair for the Department of Theology and assistant professor of Classics and Biblical Languages. Dr. Brookins specializes in the Greco-Roman context of early Christianity, with a primary emphasis in the Pauline epistles. A new program, Master of Arts in Classics and Early Christianity, is being launched.

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Gabriel Byrd is majoring in Education, and additionally serves as the head football equipment manager for the Huskies Football team. HBU’s Education program encompasses numerous options for use in the K-12 and higher education settings. Learners are prepared in subject matter competency and in teaching strategies.

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