Professors

All The Board Guest Lecturers Faculty Staff

Elise Trudel Cedeño

Signum Path Corporate Liaison; Regional Moot Coordinator; Signum Online Program Services Coordinator; Signum Academy Preceptor

Elise Trudel Cedeño is the Regional Moot Coordinator for Signum University and the Signum Path Corporate Liaison.

Erin Aust

Preceptor

Erin Aust received her BA in English and Sociology from Washington College and her MA in Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities and Social Thought from New York University, where she completed her thesis entitled Methods of Evaluation: The Academic Struggle Over J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. She teaches English Composition at Montgomery College and has worked […]

Faith Acker

Lecturer; Preceptor

Faith Acker holds a PhD in Renaissance Literature and teaches Latin and literature.

Gabriel Schenk

Lecturer; Preceptor

Gabriel Schenk teaches for Signum University and Signum Path. He holds a D.Phil. in Arthurian Literature from the University of Oxford.

James K. Tauber

At-Large Board Member

Board member, software developer, and computational philologist.

Jennifer Rogers

Assessment Coordinator; Writer's Forge Tutor

Jenn leads Signum’s Institutional Planning Team, coordinating policy and compliance so the University aligns with its vision, mission, and goals. In that capacity she also serves as a member of Signum’s Strategy Team.

Jessi Robinson

Dean of Students, Student Record Coordinator

Jessi heads the Signum Student Support Team and helps maintain student records.

Jessica O’Brien

Preceptor

Jessica O’Brien received her MA in Library and Information Science in 2005 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, an MA in Liberal Studies (2014), and an MS in Online Teaching and Instructional Design (2016) both from Lenoir-Rhyne University. She is an Associate Librarian and Coordinator of Instructional Technology at Lenoir-Rhyne University where she […]

John Garth

Visiting Lecturer

Internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work on the creative development of J.R.R. Tolkien in the context of his times, John Garth is the author of the Mythopoeic Award-winning Tolkien and the Great War (2003) and the 2015-16 Fellow in Humanistic Studies at Black Mountain Institute, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He lectures on Tolkien for Signum University.

Jonathan Spencer

Board Member in Memoriam

Former Member Board of Directors.