Dr. Hawkins serves on the Executive Board for the American Association of Christian Counselors. He is a pastor, author, and frequent presenter at AACC’s regional and national conferences, Marriage and Family Conferences, Christian Camps, and Men’s Retreats. Dr. Hawkins has authored Strengthening Marital Intimacy and The Quick Reference Guide to Biblical Counseling with Dr. Tim Clinton. He is a contributing author to recent publications such as The Hope in Winter, Totally Sufficient, The Complete Marriage Manual, and Christian Counseling Today. A diploma graduate of Davis Bible College, Dr. Hawkins has a B.A. from Barrington College, an M. Div. from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, a D. Min. from Westminster Theological Seminary, an Education Specialist degree from Lynchburg College, and an Ed. D. from Virginia Tech. He and his wife Peggy live in Lynchburg, Virginia and are the parents of four children.
Dr. Corsini serves as Dean of the Graduate School, Administrative Dean for Graduate Programs, and a member of the graduate faculty in the Counseling Department. His primary area of research interest is Attachment Theory and its influence on Emotion Regulation and Religious Coping. Dr. Corsini has experience as an executive in business, as an ordained pastor, and is an active volunteer in his community. He has a B.B.A. from University of Georgia, a Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. from Liberty University.
After graduating from Bryan College in 1992 with a B.A. degree in Bible and History, Dr. Mann taught at Providence Christian Academy in Lilburn, GA. Dr. Mann earned an M.A. in Christian Thought from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in 1997. Dr. Mann then continued his studies at the University of Georgia where he graduated in 2005 with a Ph.D. in History. He joined the history faculty at Liberty University in 2005 where he remains a member of the graduate faculty. Prior to being named Vice-Provost for Graduate Education Dr. Mann served in several academic administration roles including Associate Dean for Online Programs, College of Arts and Sciences, Associate Dean of the Graduate and School and Dean of the Graduate School. Dr. Mann and his wife Susi live in Lynchburg, Virginia and are the parents of four children.
Dr. Struble serves as the Administrative Chair and teaches for Liberty as an assistant professor. His current area of research interest involves attrition rates in adult online education with respect to social learning and retention models. Dr. Struble has a B.S. in Religion with a minor in Government, M.A. in Theological Studies, Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction, and an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction. He and his wife Brittany, a teacher for the Liberty University Online Academy, live in Lynchburg, Virginia and are parents to a son.
Majoring in Psychology with a minor in Health Promotions, Jennifer earned her B.S. from Liberty University in 2005. Currently, she is working towards a Counseling degree in the Liberty University Online program. After graduating from her undergraduate work from Liberty, Jennifer worked at a treatment center as a counselor for children with behavioral and emotional disorders. This challenging but very rewarding work led her to pursue further education as she looks forward to learning more about how to help lead people to a healthy life in Christ. Before becoming Dr. Hawkins’ assistant, Jennifer worked in Academic Support and with the LU Online Office of Disability.
Craig Hammond received an Associate of Arts in Business and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting through Liberty University in 2011. While putting himself through school, Craig worked as a manager for a local bank, and was also a member of Liberty University’s Accounting Society. He made the switch to working for Liberty’s graduate school in 2011 once he received his Bachelor’s degree, and is currently working towards attaining a Master of Science in Accounting. He and his wife, who also works at Liberty, live in Lynchburg, Virginia and recently had their first child.
Gretchen Cline serves as the Graduate School’s Administrative Coordinator. A native Virginian, Cline attended Virginia Commonwealth University earning her
BFA in Theatre Arts. She is currently working toward her MA in Worship and Music studies with an interest in the increasing role of the arts in ministry. Cline currently serves as musical director of a youth praise band at her local church and teaches private violin, guitar, and songwriting. Before coming to the graduate school, Gretchen worked in the Liberty University Nursing program as a Faculty Support Coordinator.