CRAM 2017 Professors

Dr. Jeff Cramer

Dr. Jeff Cramer is a professor of computer science. He received his PhD in Educational Technology at Purdue University and was the recipient of Taylor's 2009 Distinguished Professor of the Year award. He and his wife Jane have two children.


Dr. Tom Jones

Dr. Tom Jones chairs the History, Global & Political Studies Department. He teaches both U.S. and world history courses and coordinates the Irish history course as part of the Irish Studies Program. Dr. Jones is a graduate of Taylor (BS), Notre Dame (MA), and Ball State University (Ed.D.). He completed additional graduate work in history at Miami (Ohio) and Purdue. In addition to his duties at Taylor, Dr. Jones serves as minister of Center Christian Church.


Dr. Dennis Hensley

Dr. Dennis E. Hensley is the author of 62 books, including 10 novels and 10 textbooks on aspects of professional writing. He has written more than 3,500 published devotions, reviews, short stories, interviews, and feature articles. He is a columnist for Christian Communicator magazine. Dr. Hensley and his wife Rose have two grown, married children and four grandkids. He has been a professor at Taylor University for 19 years.


Dr. Dannie M. Stanley

Dr. Dannie M. Stanley is a professor of computer science and conducts research in operating systems and networking with an emphasis on computer security. His primary Ph.D. advisor was Dr. Eugene H. Spafford, a pioneer in computer security and a member of the National Cyber Security Hall of Fame. His most recent research is in operating system kernel attacks and mitigation. He and his wife Amber have three young children.