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Social Sciences Faculty

Robert Currie
Robert Currie
Department Chair
847-628-1122 or E-mail

Born and raised in the Detroit area, Rob Currie moved to Grand Rapids for college, and St. Louis for graduate school before coming to Judson in 1987. His expertise is in child and adolescent psychology. His professional experience includes working with schizophrenic patients, training parents at a social service agency, counseling runaway teenagers, training cats to run in a maze, and working with young children at preschools in Detroit, St. Louis, and Elgin, IL. More Info

Daniella Appiagyei
Dr. Daniella Appiagyei
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Dr. Daniella Appiagyei serves as Visiting Faculty of Psychology and has had a career in Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor for more than 10 years. She is a graduate of the International Psychology doctoral program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her love for culture and how it impacts people's interactions and decision making is seen in her learning and teaching process. Her research interests incorporate her love for culture and passion for the field of mental health.

Elliott Anderson
Elliott Anderson
847-628-2467 or E-mail

Elliott Anderson, Visiting Professor of Psychology and Pastor to Faculty and Staff has been teaching Psychology classes at Judson since 1993 and was the founding director of Judson’s Wellness Center. He was Senior Pastor of Elgin Evangelical Free Church and was also the teaching pastor at Elgin Community Church. He was also head coach for the Men’s Basketball and Baseball teams, and was honored as member of Judson’s Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2009.

Michael Kilbourne
Michael Kilbourne
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Michael J. Kilbourne has been a member of the Carpentersville Police Department since 1989, where he is currently the Deputy Police Chief. Michael graduated from two of the premier Law Enforcement Leadership Programs in the country: Northwestern University's Staff and Command in 2002 and the FBI National Academy in 2009.  Michael has taught criminal justice courses at Judson University since 2003. More Info

Teri Stein
Teri Stein
847-628-1524 or E-mail

Dr. Stein has taught for over twenty years at Judson University in schools of business and psychology for both the traditional and adult programs. She has worked in corporate America and in higher education and continues to consult, mentor and provide leadership training part-time throughout the mid-west region. For over ten years she has conducted extensive research regarding employment practices, career development and management for women from China. She teaches the Human Resources Management course for psychology majors.

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