Cedarville University has named Dr. Thomas Cragoe (left), associate professor of Bible, to serve as interim chair of the University’s department of biblical education. Dr. Mark McClain, associate professor of chemistry, has been appointed director of summer school and continuing education at the University.
Photo credit: Scott L. Huck/Cedarville University
by Public Relations Office
June 15, 2005
Dr. Thomas Cragoe, associate professor of Bible, has been appointed interim chair of the department of biblical education. Cragoe earned his undergraduate degree from Wheaton College and holds both master of theology and doctor of theology degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary. Cragoe, who lives in Xenia, joined the Cedarville University faculty in 2001.
Dr. Mark McClain, associate professor of chemistry, has been appointed director of summer school and continuing education. McClain, who also lives in Xenia, is a 1989 Cedarville University graduate. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan and was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Sandia National Laboratories (1994-1996) and a Summer Faculty Research Fellow at the Air Force Research Laboratory (five years). He joined the Cedarville University faculty in 1996 and was selected as the Faculty Scholar Award recipient for the 2003-2004 academic year.