Judson University Founders' Day
October 16, 2015
Photo Highlights from Founders' Day 2015
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Dr. Steven R. Harmon
Dr. Steven R. Harmon is a visiting associate professor of Historical Theology at Gardner-Webb University School of Divinity in Boiling Springs, N.C. He previously served as associate professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Ala.; associate professor of Christian Theology at Campbell University Divinity School in Buies Creek, N.C.; and as a visiting professor at both Duke University Divinity School in Durham, N.C., and Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary in Columbia, S.C. He has also pastored and taught at various churches and is the author of four books. Dr. Harmon and his wife, Kheresa, are the parents of one son.
Dr. Gene C. Crume
Dr. Gene C. Crume is Judson’s sixth president. He was installed in fall 2013. Previously, Dr. Crume served as an independent consultant working with institutions such as Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and the Peru State College Foundation (Nebraska) on issues related to external relations and strategic planning. He spent a signifcant portion of his career at his alma mater, Western Kentucky University, where he served as the executive director of the WKU Alumni Association and taught as an adjunct instructor. He has also served as a keynote speaker at commencements, leadership seminars and association meetings. Additionally, Dr. Crume has authored many articles for national magazines, newspapers and academic.
Golden Eagle Award Recipient
Dr. James W. Didier
Dr. James W. Didier, Judson’s fourth president, has dedicated his service to the university for more than 45 years. He served as executive vice president, dean of Student Afairs, and continues as an emeritus trustee of the board. Yet, he is best known for establishing Judson’s architecture program during his presidency. Today, the School of Art, Design and Architecture continues to honor his legacy when it hosts the annual spring symposium known as the "James Didier Symposium On Christ and Architecture."
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