Brandon McDaniel graduated from Emmanuel College in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries. After Emmanuel, he went to Liberty University for a Masters Degree in Theological Studies. Brandon has worked in the Athens area for the past three years as the College Pastor at Grace Fellowship Church of God and is thoroughly excited about teaching at Emmanuel.
April James teaches Business Communication and Intro to Public Relations in the Business and Communication Departments. She brings 20 plus years of communication experience into the classroom. A native of Cleveland, Georgia, April moved to Franklin Springs in June 2012 and is the director of marketing and public relations for LifeSprings Church Resources and LifeSprings Media. Previously, she served as the vice president of business development for Habersham Medical Center in Demorest, Georgia.
Ningjun (Nina) Ye, assistant professor, received her BA in English Education from China, and MS in Mathematics and PhD in Math Education from the University of Southern Mississippi. She taught in high school in China for over 10 years and has been teaching in colleges in the US for over 10 years as well.
Jeff Kilgore, a 2004 graduate of Emmanuel College, returns to Franklin Springs to lead the Lions Baseball Program. He enters his seventh year in the coaching ranks with stints at West Hall High School and Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. When asked about being named Head Baseball Coach Kilgore said “I am excited about the opportunity to come back and lead the Lion baseball program. I embrace the challenge of guiding the baseball program and the chance to mentor these young men on and off the field”. Jeff and his wife Meredith (Milford, class of ’08) wil
Mackenzie "Mac" Dye graduated from Emmanuel College in May 2013 with a degree in Multimedia Communication. He is excited about his new role here as Admissions Recruiter. Mac loves getting to meet and talk with new people, and he is a huge sports fan, especially of the Chicago Cubs and Georgia Bulldogs. To email Mac, click here.
As Emmanuel College continues to grow and our campus expands, we have seen many great changes in recent years. For Fall Semester 2013, we are revising our calendar to accommodate these improvements.
In addition to completing the requirements of the liberal arts core and the requirements for a major in another area, the following courses must be taken to qualify as an Theater minor. There can be no duplication of course work in this minor. If any of the following courses are required by one’s major, additional courses will need to be taken for a total of 18 hours of credit for the minor. A grade of “C-“ or higher in each course is required.
Dr. Scott C. Bryan, II, joins the Emmanuel College faculty with 30 years of teaching experience to teach Kinesiology. Dr. Bryan taught for many years at Bluefield College, in Virginia, where he developed and oversaw the Exercise and Sport Science (ESS) curriculum to include 3 major concentrations: sport science - teaching licensure; sports medicine; and sport management.