|Robin Owens, Assistant Professor, Religious Studies|
|Ph.D. (Candidate) in Religious Studies, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA.|
S.T.M., Union Theological Seminary, New York, 2000.
MDiv., Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1999.
M.A., Religion, Lancaster Theological Seminary, Lancaster, PA 1997.
|Office: Bldg 2/108C|
Professor Owens teaching and research interests include a concentration on the intersections between religion and culture. Her research utilizes a methodological approach to the study of religion that addresses issues related to the role and function of religion in identity formation and power negotiation.
She brings several years of experience in business, social work and higher education to her passionate commitment to encouraging, inspiring and motivating student learning.
Recently Taught Courses
- RST 11 - Introduction to Hebrew Scriptures
- RST 15 - Introduction to the New Testament
- RST 61 - World Religions
- RST 78/178 - Death and Afterlife
- RST 155 - Upper Division Scripture Study
- SPR 70 - Careers in Health