Meet the Faculty
The Faculty at the School of Divinity is more than a collection of instructors. Just as you are invested in your education, our faculty are invested in you. Discover why they chose to teach here and read more about the accomplishments of our diverse faculty.
As an ecumenical, University-based institution, we are able to explore diverse theological perspectives and emerging social issues in a broad intellectual context without the hindrances of denominational politics.
Neal H. Walls
Associate Professor of Old Testament Interpretation
Interfaith conversation is my passion. Every time we gather for class, worship, and for meals together, we get to practice a version of this dialogue among diverse Christians (and others). We study theology in view of this diversity.
Michelle Voss Roberts
Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture
The School of Divinity is distinctive in its capacity to encourage dialogue on a host of significant cultural issues such as race, gender, sexuality, biblical appropriation, food culture, and religious life. These discussions with students are intellectually stimulating.
Derek S. Hicks
Assistant Professor of Religion and Culture
We are fortunate to be driven by the energy, imagination, and vocational commitment of our students who embody what they are learning in their daily lives and then bring back to our classrooms the wisdom they have encountered.
Jill Y. Crainshaw
Professor of Worship and Liturgical Theology
- Half the Sky, Half the Earth: A Conference on Women, Food, and Faith
- Wait Chapel
- 9:00am - 6:00pm
The Wake Forest University School of Divinity has received a grant of $35,000 awarded by Kalliopeia Foundation...Read more
Author, eco-theologian, and Director of the School of Divinity’s Food, Faith, and Religious Leadership...Read more
Wake Forest University School of Divinity is pleased to welcome two new faculty members. These scholars...Read more