Roger White, Ed.D., is a professor in the Departments of Graduate Ministry as well as University Libraries. He was a professor in APU's Azusa Oxford Semester in Oxford, England from 2007-2009, taught graduate Christian education courses from 2002-07, and was interim director of the Doctor of Ministry Program in 2005-06. In 2002-03, he was project coordinator and instructional specialist for the Lilly Foundation Grant, addressing technology infusion in the School of Theology.
White's scholarly interests include curriculum in the church and the academy, the history of Christian education, and the evolving role of libraries in the digital age. He is currently working on a book project examining library-related themes in the life and work of C. S. Lewis. White is a member of the North American Professors of Christian Education.
Ed.D. – Curriculum and Instruction, University of Tennessee
M.Ed. – Secondary Education: Bible, Reformed Theological Seminary
M.C.E. – Christian Education, Reformed Theological Seminary
B.S. – English and Speech/Broadcasting, East Tennessee State University
Azusa Pacific Seminary
Curriculum and Instruction
Religious Perspectives on Education
Technology in the Classroom
GDMN 704 – Research and Design GMIN 506 – Foundations of Educational Ministries GMIN 526 – Curriculum and Instruction GMIN 546 – Seminar in Educational Ministry GMIN 606 – Current Issues in Educational Ministries GMIN 618 – Philosophy of Ministry