Mick Bollenbaugh, Ph.D.
Professor, Philosophy and Biblical Studies
Pomajevich Faculty Building, Room 223
Ph.D., University of Oregon
M.A., University of Calgary
M.A., Lincoln Christian Seminary
B.A., Northwest Nazarene College
B.A., San Jose Christian College
Dr. Mick Bollenbaugh arrived at NCU in 1994. His primary teaching schedule includes ethics, engaging world thought and culture, and philosophy of religion. He brings nearly 20 years of teaching expertise to the classroom.
Mick has authored numerous publications and writings including “Redemption and Responsibility: A Few Hours with George Alder” (co-edited with Gary Tiffin), “The Place of Reason of the Stone-Campbell Movement” and “Eugene Sanderson,” both of the Stone-Campbell Encyclopedia.
Mick is the 2006 recipient of the NCU President’s Award for Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership.