General Studies

Mr. Aaron Traphagen

Assistant Professor of General Education

Biography

Mr. Traphagen joined Liberty University’s staff in 2008.  Since that time he has served as an Academic Advisor, Academic Progress Analyst, and Faculty Support Coordinator.  Mr. Traphagen currently works as a residential faculty member for the College of General Studies, primarily focusing on assessment and reporting.

Mr. Traphagen spent 12 years in the United States Marine Corps, where he served as a Communications Specialist, Close Combat Instructor, and Recruiter. Upon medical retirement from the Marines in 2005, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Biblical Studies and a Master of Education in Teaching and Learning, both from Liberty University.

Mr. Traphagen resides in Lynchburg, VA with his family.
 

Education

  • M.Ed., Teaching and Learning – Liberty University
  • B.S., Biblical Studies – Liberty University
     

Projects/University Service

  • Core Competency Committee (CGS)
  • SME Committee – INFT 101
  • Faculty Senate, General Education Committee