These days Caleb Colley (’09), Faulkner’s first graduate of its Master of Liberal Arts program, finds himself caught in the middle - the Middle Ages that is. As a current Ph.D. philosophy student at the University of South Carolina, Colley is working in medieval philosophy of mind focusing on the texts of John Pecham, a 13th-century theologian who opposed Thomas Aquinas’ position on the nature of the soul.
Brodie shares her love of teaching with her class and Faulkner teachers-in-training.
"I consider teaching my ministry," Brodie said.
Despite earning two graduate degrees later in life, educator Josh Sipper ('97) still values his experience as an undergraduate at Faulkner University.