School of Science &

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Our students study under professors who love God, excel at teaching, and are actively engaged in their fields. Our faculty members have written major textbooks, are science and software consultants in the industry, and published in major scientific journals. They accomplish all of this while mentoring students outside of the classroom in both their faith and in cutting-edge research using our first-rate laboratories. Our students find they have many opportunities for internships and summer research grants. Many companies actively seek after AU computer science and engineering students for summer internships.

Additionally, we have a very high placement rate for our graduates in medical school, doctoral programs, business schools, and the job market.

Real Life. Together.

Our Faculty & Staff

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Michael Bailey

Caroline Baker, a light-skinned woman with long, brown hair.

Dr. Caroline Baker

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Dr. Katelyn Butler

Dr. Scott R. Carr

Jen Coy

Dr. Jennifer Coy

Jon Craton

Larry George, P.E.

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Dr. Dan Ippolito

Dr. Kyung Shin Kang

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Dr. Scott B. Kennedy

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Charles Koontz

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Dr. Josiah Kunz

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Dr. Justin Lambright

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Jason Lowmiller

Kimberly Lyle-Ippolito speaks about expressing her faith in the classroom.

Dr. Kimberly Lyle-Ippolito

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Dr. Benjamin McPheron

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Dr. John P. Millis

Terry Pahls

Dr. Richard Pottorf

Brian Schultz

Brian Schultz

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Dr. Courtney Taylor

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Dr. Willis Troy

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Dr. Gerard Lee Van Groningen

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Dr. Chad E. Wallace

Come as you are.

Discover who you’re meant to be.

Come learn from professors that have doctorate-level education in the fields of study they are teaching. Faculty offices are usually adjacent to a central area where students congregate in each department. This creates one of many opportunities for students to build strong relationships with faculty. This is Real Life: Together.