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  • Crosby, Glenn A.

Visiting Professor of Chemistry & Physics


  • University of Washington, Seattle, Ph.D.

Professor of Astronomy

Courses Taught

  • PHY 231H: Honors Astronomy 1
  • PHY 232H: Honors Astronomy 2
  • PHY 465: Advanced Astronomy
  • SCI 115: Physical Science

Physics Chair, Professor of Physics

John Kenney


Dr. Kenney is an award winning teacher and scholar noted for his contributions to both chemical education and to chemistry / chemical physics research. He is known for his passionate, enthusiastic, energetic, and innovative hands-on teaching style, for the depth and rigor of his classes, for his involvement of students in high-level scientific research, and for his ability to transform the lives of his students and inspire them to achieve their professional and personal goals. “There’s nothing more spectacular than getting a privileged view of God’s creative genius, either at the microscopic scale or the cosmological scale,” states Kenney.


  • University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Ph.D. 1979

Part-time Resident Faculty, Physics

Tony Moscati
Julie Melberg

Department Chair
Professor of Mathematics


Professor Julie Melberg joined the Concordia mathematics faculty in 2010, after teaching high school mathematics for several years. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics degree from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio; her Master of Arts in Mathematics degree from California State Fullerton and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from Curtin University. Professor Melberg enjoys teaching mathematics at CUI, teaching Core Mathematics classes as well as courses for the Mathematics major. Her teaching and research focus on inquiry-based learning and encouraging students to develop life-long thinking skills.


  • California State University, Fullerton, M.A. 2000
doctor Melinda Schulteis

Professor of Mathematics

“I felt very motivated when I came back to Concordia [to teach],” Dr. Melinda Schulteis says. "I wanted to connect students to local and national mathematics conferences so they could get research experiences as undergraduates.” Dr. Schulteis is proud that CUI now regularly takes students to mathematics conferences as participants and speakers.


  • University of California Irvine, Ph.D. 2004
doctor Bret Taylor

Professor of Mathematics


Dr. Bret Taylor is proud to be a member of the CUI Mathematics department. Since arriving at CUI in 1997, Dr. Taylor has taught a variety of mathematics classes, education courses and classes in the Christ College church-work program. Building on his ten years of teaching junior and senior high school mathematics, Dr. Taylor completed his doctoral degree from Curtin University in Perth, Australia in 2004 focusing on mathematics anxiety and classroom environment.

“If I were to say you can work each day with young people excited and energized about life and their future, investigate and think about the great questions and ideas of all time, and hear God's Word of love and forgiveness each day....wouldn't that sound like a great place to work? That is why I work at Concordia University Irvine!"


  • Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia, Ph.D. 2004

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