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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Hannah John is a standout student in HBU’s Psychology program. An excellent program within HBU’s College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, the HBU Psychology degree trains students in multiple disciplines including individual, social and cultural psychology. Coursework prepares students for further study and meaningful application.

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Dr. Brenda Whaley is a professor of Biology and an administrative SACSCOC Officer. Dr. Whaley was named HBU Faculty Woman of the Year in 2000, received the Opal Goolsby Excellence in Teaching Award in 2001, and was named the HBU Minnie Stevens Piper Professor Nominee in 2003 and 2004. She is a leader and a servant within the College of Science and Mathematics, and in the University as a whole.

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Vic Shealy is HBU’s head football coach. He was named the first head football coach in University history in 2012. Since the Huskies’ first official season in 2014, Shealy has built a NCAA team from the ground up. As a longtime coach, Shealy is known for emphasizing, not only the essentials of the game, but character development in his players.

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Dr. Jodey Hinze is dean of the School of Humanities and an assistant professor of Legal Studies. As an attorney, his expertise lies in business law, civil litigation and tax law with an emphasis in estate planning. His academic interests include corporate criminal liability, legal hermeneutics, meta-ethics and applied ethics.

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Randy Garbs went to HBU in the 1970s and majored in Chemistry and Biology. He graduated in 1976, and later returned to earn his MBA in 1983. In 1990, Randy and Cindy were married; their connection with HBU continued when Cindy Garbs served as the HBU Vice President of Advancement. The Garbs love HBU and its mission, and have set up a personal foundation with HBU as a beneficiary.

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Dr. Gary Hartenburg is the director of the HBU Honors College and an assistant professor of Philosophy. He specializes in ancient philosophy, and especially enjoys exploring business ethics. He teaches at the undergraduate level, in the Honors College, and at the graduate level.

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Charles Bacarisse is vice president for Major Gifts in the HBU Office of Advancement. His team helps ensure that the University remains fiscally healthy, and maintains partnerships. Charles is known for building relationships and for being an effective public speaker; he often serves as an emcee at University events.

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