Bradley to Serve as Professor of Social Science at BJU

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GREENVILLE, S.C. (August 11, 2015) – Dr. Roger Bradley will join the Bob Jones University faculty this fall as professor of social science in the College of Arts and Science. Bradley previously served as an assistant professor of economics in the Department of Business Administration at Flagler College in Saint Augustine, Florida.

“Roger is a seasoned professor who loves making the subject of economics come alive for his students, and we are greatly looking forward to his joining our social science faculty this fall,” said Dr. Renae Wentworth, dean of the College of Arts and Science at BJU.

Bradley earned a BS in Social Studies Education (1987) and an MEd in Teaching History (1989) from BJU and a PhD in Applied Economics from Clemson University (1995).

Bradley previously served on the faculty of BJU, as a teaching assistant at Clemson University, an adjunct professor at the University of South Florida, an instructor at DeVry University in Tampa, Florida, an associate professor of Economics at Clearwater Christian College (CCC) in Clearwater, Florida, and an assistant professor of Economics at Flagler College in Saint Augustine, Florida. Bradley also served as registrar and director of Institutional Research at CCC.

Throughout his professional career, he served as a member of the Flagler College Faculty Senate and on a number of faculty committees. Bradley chaired Flagler’s Assessment Committee (2012-2014) and Faculty Search Committee (2014).

Bradley co-authored the 2nd edition of Economics for Christian Schools published by BJU Press in 2010. In addition, he has authored a number of working papers and made academic and civic presentations to a number of community organizations. His essay entitled “Empty Promises: Plymouth’s Kennebec Fur Trade Monopoly” is tentatively scheduled to be published in the Mayflower Journal in 2016.

A resident of Greenville, Bradley is a member of the Economic History Association, the New England Historical Association and the Florida History Society.