Casarow to Serve as Associate Professor of Business Management at BJU

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GREENVILLE, S.C. (September 7, 2017) – Dr. Stephen D. Casarow will join the Bob Jones University faculty this fall as an Associate Professor in the Division of Business Management in the School of Business. Casarow previously served as an HR and Quality Assurance Manager at Metalcraft Services of Tampa, Florida.

“Steve comes to us with deep experience and great enthusiasm for teaching and ministering to students,” said Mike Buiter, dean of the School of Business at BJU. “We are looking forward to having him on our team.”

Casarow earned a BBA (1982) from Georgia State University and an MBA (1996) from the University of Phoenix in Business Administration. Casarow also earned a DBA in Management (2012) from Argosy University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Previously, Casarow served as an Adjunct Instructor of Business for Maranatha Baptist University in Watertown, Wisconsin, and Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee. He also served as an Adjunct Professor, Assistant Professor of Business, and Associate Professor of Business and Management Information Systems for Clearwater Christian College in Clearwater, Florida.

Casarow has taught a variety of courses in management principles, financial management, organizational behavior, securities and investments, advanced computer applications, systems analysis and design, data communications and networks, and business communications.

Casarow is the owner of CSA Consulting Services, which specializes in IT consulting services, software training and network support. Dr. Casarow‘s wife, Dr. Pattye Casarow, serves as an associate professor in the Division of Music at BJU.

“I’m grateful for God’s leading in our lives to bring us to BJU and I’m excited to join the School of Business faculty,” says Casarow, “In today’s world, there are many opportunities to integrate faith and business. My prayer for my students is that they will not only learn how to make a living but also learn how to live by the guiding light of Scripture.”