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Dr. Thomas McKenna

Interim Dean of the College of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Professor Mc Kenna is an interdisciplinary scholar in the history of philosophy, religion, and the arts. He is a poet and has edited the short run journal Holler: A Journal of Poetry and Prose, now part of the permanent collection of the West Virginia Culture Center in Charleston, West Virginia. As a professor, Dr. McKenna says his goal is to help students understand that the answers to life’s big questions vary, but that it is important to understand everyone else’s answers to better grasp the rich diversity of our world our place in it. Whether it be Language, Literature, History, Philosophy, or Religion, the Department of  Humanities will prepare you for success in any field you choose by teaching you how to listen more carefully, to read with greater understanding, and how to write more effectively, all while acquiring a better understanding of the language, literature, history, philosophy and religion of the wider world.  "We live in a rich and diverse world. The more we know about the people in it, what they think about it, and why they think so, the better we’ll do…no matter what we choose to do for a living.” 
 
 

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Dr. Thomas McKenna

Interim Dean of the College of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Professor Mc Kenna is an interdisciplinary scholar in the history of philosophy, religion, and the arts. He is a poet and has edited the short run journal Holler: A Journal of Poetry and Prose, now part of the permanent collection of the West Virginia Culture Center in Charleston, West Virginia. As a professor, Dr. McKenna says his goal is to help students understand that the answers to life’s big questions vary, but that it is important to understand everyone else’s answers to better grasp the rich diversity of our world our place in it. Whether it be Language, Literature, History, Philosophy, or Religion, the Department of  Humanities will prepare you for success in any field you choose by teaching you how to listen more carefully, to read with greater understanding, and how to write more effectively, all while acquiring a better understanding of the language, literature, history, philosophy and religion of the wider world.  "We live in a rich and diverse world. The more we know about the people in it, what they think about it, and why they think so, the better we’ll do…no matter what we choose to do for a living.” 
 
 

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Adam Cook '18

Bradley, WV

From a young age Adam was always fascinated by the science of the human body. For as long as he can remember he wanted to pursue some sort of career in medicine. It was during his senior of high school at Greater Beckley Christian, that he went on a medical mission trip to the Dominican Republic which in result allowed him to focus on pursuing medical school. However, to make it to medical school, Adam knew he needed a firm undergraduate education for his foundation. He loved the class sizes at Concord University as well as the proximity to his hometown of Bradley, WV. Adam was aware of Concord’s excellent reputation for pre-requisite classes for medical school and four years later, he earned his Bachelor of Science and graduated Cum Laude. Adam is now in medical school pursuing his dream of becoming a doctor. Adam was aware of Concord’s excellent reputation for pre-requisite classes for medical school. It Starts With You.

“To be able to make it to medical school, I knew I would need a firm undergraduate education for my foundation.”

Alumni

Adam Cook '18

Bradley, WV

From a young age Adam was always fascinated by the science of the human body. For as long as he can remember he wanted to pursue some sort of career in medicine. It was during his senior of high school at Greater Beckley Christian, that he went on a medical mission trip to the Dominican Republic which in result allowed him to focus on pursuing medical school. However, to make it to medical school, Adam knew he needed a firm undergraduate education for his foundation. He loved the class sizes at Concord University as well as the proximity to his hometown of Bradley, WV. Adam was aware of Concord’s excellent reputation for pre-requisite classes for medical school and four years later, he earned his Bachelor of Science and graduated Cum Laude. Adam is now in medical school pursuing his dream of becoming a doctor. Adam was aware of Concord’s excellent reputation for pre-requisite classes for medical school. It Starts With You.

“To be able to make it to medical school, I knew I would need a firm undergraduate education for my foundation.”

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Dr. David Campbell

Professor of Health Education

As the chair of the department, Dr. Campbell is here to make sure our students get the most out of their education by fostering growth and a positive learning experience. CU’s Athletic Training Program is the only accredited ATP in the region, and our Physical Education and Health Education teacher programs are both nationally accredited by NCATE.

The Department of Health Science also offers a Masters in Health Promotion, 100% online. Whether your career goals are vocational, occupational, or you are trying to further your studies or expand your degree by adding a minor, Dr. Campbell and the faculty are here to help you meet those goals with success.   
 

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Dr. David Campbell

Professor of Health Education

As the chair of the department, Dr. Campbell is here to make sure our students get the most out of their education by fostering growth and a positive learning experience. CU’s Athletic Training Program is the only accredited ATP in the region, and our Physical Education and Health Education teacher programs are both nationally accredited by NCATE.

The Department of Health Science also offers a Masters in Health Promotion, 100% online. Whether your career goals are vocational, occupational, or you are trying to further your studies or expand your degree by adding a minor, Dr. Campbell and the faculty are here to help you meet those goals with success.   
 

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