Dr. Todd C. Ream
Professor of Higher Education
Office Location: Ayres 114
Phone: (765) 998-4399
Specialties: curriculum – curricular and co-curricular relations / whole-person education; faculty – assessment of scholarship / religion and scholarship; and leadership – public intellectuals / university presidency
Major career accomplishments:
I am the author of Christian Faith and Scholarship: An Exploration of Contemporary Developments (with Perry L. Glanzer, Jossey-Bass, 2007), Christianity and Moral Identity in Higher Education (with Perry L. Glanzer, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), A Parent's Guide to the Christian College: Supporting Your Child's Mind and Spirit During the College Years (with Timothy W. Herrmann & C. Skip Trudeau, Abilene Christian University Press, 2011), The Idea of a Christian College: A Reexamination for Today’s University (with Perry L. Glanzer, Cascade Books, 2013), and Restoring the Soul of the University: Unifying Christian Higher Education in a Fragmented Age (with Perry L. Glanzer & Nathan Alleman, InterVarsity Press, 2017).
I am also the editor of Taking Captive Every Thought: Forty Years of the Christian Scholar's Review (with Don W. King, Perry L. Glanzer, David A. Hoekema, Jerry A. Pattengale, & Todd Steen, Abilene Christian University Press, 2011), Beyond Integration?: Inter/Disciplinary Possibilities for the Future of Christian Higher Education (with Jerry A. Pattengale & David L. Riggs, Abilene Christian University Press, 2012), Ernest L. Boyer: Hope for Today's University (with John M. Braxton, SUNY Press, 2015), and Scholarship Reconsidered: Expanded Edition (with Drew Moser & John M. Braxton, Jossey-Bass, 2015).
I have contributed over 180 articles, editorials, interviews, and reviews to a variety of academic journals, popular magazines, and newspapers including About Campus, Big Sky Journal, Books and Culture, Christianity Today, Educational Philosophy and Theory, First Things, The Heythrop Journal, Inside Higher Ed, the International Journal of Systematic Theology, Modern Theology, New Blackfriars, Notre Dame Magazine, The Review of Higher Education, and Teachers College Record.