Alumnus Named Dean At Monmouth
Jun 30, 2010 by Natalie Corbin | 0 Comments
Alumnus David Timmerman (MDiv) has been named Dean of Monmouth College and will begin at Monmouth on July 15. Timmerman has served at Wabash College for the past 17 years as professor of rhetoric, chair of the rhetoric department, and chair of the division on humanities and fine arts.
Timmerman earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from UCLA before earning master’s degree in divinity from Denver Seminary. He spent seven years as a pastor in Littleton, Colorado. Timmerman left Colorado to pursue a Ph.D. in communication from Purdue University. He joined the Wabash faculty in 1994 and served nine years as chair of the Rhetoric Department. In 2005, he earned the McLain-McTurnan-Arnold Excellence in Teaching Award.
Additionally, Timmerman has written dozens of articles for the journals Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Philosophy and Rhetoric, and the Journal of Communication and Religion, and has contributed chapters to several books.
For the source of this blogpost, and full article on Timmerman, visit the Wabash College website.