As members of a community of learners, ETBU faculty are encouraged to share their research and findings with others so that we all might benefit from the opportunity to obtain knowledge from a variety of disciplines. The CECS provides a Faculty Scholarship section to facilitate the sharing of these resources.

"Raymond Caldwell is best known as the founder and artistic director of the Texas Shakespeare Festival, a position he has held for almost thirty years.  He is also known for his work as a teacher and department chair at Kilgore College prior to his retirement in 2007.  Others may know Caldwell from the storm of controversy that followed his production of Angels in America at Kilgore College in 1999, which received international attention and resulted in several generous grants from the Paul Newman PEN Center, the Dramatists Guild, and playwright Carol Hall."

- Traci Ledford, MFA
Assistant Professor & Chair, Theatre
School of Fine Arts

Ledford, Traci.  "Profile: Raymond Caldwell, Texas Shakespeare Festival."  Texas Theatre Journal.  9 (2013): 95-99.


"In undergraduate business education, the high expectation and hope is that students will graduate ready to meet the challenges of a complex business work world. Such preparation requires integrated thinking and problem solving ability."..."Christian professors can and should help students learn what to expect, realistically, in the business world."

- Dr. Kathleen Mays
Associate Professor of Management
Fred Hale School of Business

Daake, D. & Mays, K. (June, 2012). Innovation and Faith Integration in the Undergraduate Capstone Strategy Course. Christian Business Faculty Association Conference. Vancouver, Canada.


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"The research study incorporated a single-subject design to investigate the effect of a form of Christian Cognitive Therapy (CCT) for intervention for depressive symptoms among adults diagnosed with Dementia of the Alzhiemer’s Type (DAT)."

- Dr. Gerald Nissley
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Graduate Program Director
School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences 

Nissley, G. (2013). Hope Springs: A Pilot Study On The Effect Of Christian Cognitive Therapy For Treatment Of Depression Among Adults With Dementia Of The Alzheimer’s Type. Unpublished Paper Proposal.

Nissley, G. (2013). Hope Springs: A Pilot Study On The Effect Of Christian Cognitive Therapy For Treatment Of Depression Among Adults With Dementia Of The Alzheimer’s Type. Presentation given at Society for the Psychology of Religion & Spirituality American Psychology Association Division 36.