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Veteran professor to assist directing Ph.D. program at BBS

Dr. Kenneth Gardoski, a veteran educator at Baptist Bible Seminary, has been named Assistant Director of Ph.D. Studies.

In the newly created position, Dr. Gardoski will handle various duties for Seminary Dean Dr. Mike Stallard, who remains Director of Ph.D. Studies.

"In his new capacity, Dr. Gardoski will bring a decade of experience teaching theology at master and doctoral levels in addition to an intercultural background as a former missionary to Poland," Dr. Stallard said. "He will handle the day-to-day administrative operations of the Ph.D. program while I continue to recruit students for Ph.D. studies."

Dr. Gardoski is an Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and a BBS alumnus (M.Div., Th.M, 1990). He and his wife, Sharon, live in Clarks Summit, PA, and have three children: Laura, 20; Karis, 18; and Joel, 13. Laura and Karis are both students at BBC.

He received his doctorate from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and has been a professor at BBS since 2000. He brings almost 30 years of ministry experience as a missionary educator, missionary to Poland for eight years, and educator at BBS.

Dr. Gardoski will assist Ph.D. students as they start the program with initial interviews, entrance exams, and acceptance. He will also see them through to dissertation completion and graduation.

"I am looking forward to being involved in the Ph.D. program at this level as one who is detail-oriented," Dr. Gardoski said. "I also see this as an opportunity to free Dr. Stallard to serve more effectively in his capacity as Dean of the Seminary and overall Director of Ph.D. Studies."

Read an "In The Spotlight" interview with Dr. Gardoski here.

Unique, Powerful Ph.D. Program
Baptist Bible Seminary's Ph.D. program is a unique program designed for ministry professionals to study while still in full-time ministry. The BBS Ph.D. program can be earned through a 12-week external residency and a one-week internal residency for each course.

BBS utilizes technology to make each course web-enhanced. Communication among professors and students, scholarly research, and peer-group interaction can take place via the Internet.

Online distance learning is also available. Courses are taught in one-week intensive modules three times a year, allowing students to pursue education without relocating their families or leaving their ministries.

Learn more about BBS' Ph.D. program here.

Baptist Bible Seminary offers students a genuine blend of rigorous academic content and transformational hands-on applications. Five advanced degrees are available in several flexible formats. To learn more, call 800.451.2287 or email pgolden@bbc.edu.

Posted on: 5/3/2010 10:54:03 AM