Dr. Todd C. Ream
Professor of Higher Education
Office Location: Ayres 114
Phone: (765) 998-4399
Specialties: curriculum – curricular and co-curricular relations / whole-person education; faculty – assessment of scholarship / religion and scholarship; and leadership – public intellectuals / university presidency
Ph.D., Penn State University, 2001
M.Div., Duke University, 1996
B.A., Baylor University, 1993
Why I love teaching at Taylor:
I joined the MAHE program in order to be part of a community that would encourage me to deepen my Christian faith on a daily basis. This community is one of consistent challenge and support for all individuals eager to give their lives over to the praise and worship of God. Being part of such a family is a humbling experience and I hope to contribute in some small, comparable way for the students, colleagues, and disciplines I am called to serve.
Advice to incoming students:
The MAHE program is a family that not only embodies the highest standards of professional formation but does so in an environment committed to developing the well-being of its students in a holistic way. Students come to Taylor to be transformed and, in turn, to be prepared to be agents of transformation where they are called to serve. As a result, no dimension of our identity as beings created in God’s image are ignored. The mind is important but so are our emotions and physical well-being as they all play critical roles in our larger formation as members of Christ’s body.
Hiking, fly fishing, reading, and writing.