YC Adds Faculty
2011-2012 will welcome three new professors to YC
Dr. Ray Miller, Vice President for Academic Affairs announced this week that York College has hired three new faculty members. All three will begin in the fall semester.
Dr. Terry Seufferlein is making his way back home to York College to join the Bible faculty. Born and raised in Cedar Falls, Iowa, Terry graduated from York College in 1985 and then went on to complete his bachelor and three master’s degrees at Abilene Christian University. He earned his Doctor of Ministry from ACU in 2006. He has worked with churches in Texas, Virginia and Oklahoma. He spent two summers doing mission work in Kenya, Africa, and a semester studying in Jerusalem. He returned to Iowa in 1999 as the senior minister at Central Church of Christ in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Terry and his wife Catherine (Brown) met at York College and were married in 1988. They have two children: Lindsey and Grant.
Mr. Joshua Fullman will be joining the English department and comes to York College most recently from Marion, Illinois. Joshua grew up in California and earned his bachelor and master’s degrees in English from California State University. He also spent one year at the University of Edinburgh where he received a master’s of science in medieval studies. Fullman is currently completing a PhD in English from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, concentrating in literature of Medieval and Early Modern periods. Josh and his wife, Leah, have one child, a six-year old son named Judah.
Joining the Business Department is Mr. Mark Moore most recently of Searcy, Arkansas. Mark earned his bachelor’s degree from Harding University and MBA from Baker College of Flint, Michigan. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Mark is currently a candidate for the Doctorate of Business Administration in January 2012. He has extensive business experience in both marketing and sales. Mark has worked as a teacher and missionary in Kolomo, Zambia and as a teacher in Wuhan, China. Mark has three grown children. After being widowed several years ago, Mark remarried while living in China. He and his wife, Leaf, and her daughter Qing Qing will move to York this summer.