Dr. Carl Windsor

Professor, Digital Media & Communication Arts
(434) 582-2150

Carl Windsor has served as a professor at Liberty since August, 1979. He enrolled at Columbia College in Chicago in 1965 and graduated from North Central Michigan College with an Associate of Arts degree in 1966. He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Television-Radio from Michigan State University in 1969 and earned his Master of Arts degree in Television-Radio from Michigan State in 1970. He completed his Doctor of Philosophy degree at Ohio State University in May of 1981.

A former television news anchor, Dr. Windsor served as Chairman of the Telecommunications Department at Liberty from 1980 to 1994. He was promoted to Professor of Communication Studies in 1983. In addition to his work at Liberty, Dr. Windsor served in the U.S. Navy and Naval Reserve from 1961 to 1988, where his duties included working on the inaugural committee for President Ronald Reagan. He was twice elected to the board of directors of National Religious Broadcasters. He is the author of the devotional, On This Day, which is available on Kindle. His daily radio program, “A Quiet Place,” which aired locally on WRVL, can now be heard world-wide on www.live365.com.

Dr. Windsor is a member of Living Word Baptist Church. He is married to the former Beverly Margetts of Kettering, Ohio, who is the lead interpreter for the Hands of Liberty Deaf Department. They reside in Forest, Virginia and have three children: Trent and his wife Susan, Todd, Heather her husband Anthony Cuellar all of whom graduated from Liberty University. The Windsors have one grandchild, five-year-old Layla Cuellar.

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