Coleman University Faculty
We are in the process of adding all of our full-time and adjunct faculty members. In the meantime, here is a partial list of the Coleman faculty team.
John M. Scholte, M.Div., is an adjunct professor teaching Ethics, Communications, and Humanities. He is C.E.O. of Scholte Consulting Services a company specializing in assisting entrepreneurs in starting non-profit organizations, conducting business feasibility studies, creating business plans, developing marketing campaigns, and providing board development training
Randall Cornish has worked professionally in the field of graphic design since 1976. He is an award-winning educator who has been teaching graphic design part-time since 1998. Mr. Cornish is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts. In 2016 he received an Award of Distinction for logo design from the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts in New York City. He is an honors graduate of UCSD, with a degree in Visual Arts and Communications.
Dr. S. Marc Azordegan
Professor: Teaching undergraduate, master, and doctoral courses. Some of my major strengths include an extensive background in developing post-secondary educational programs; designing and implementing online programs; preparing and providing cooperate training; designing a variety of comprehensive evaluation processes for programs, faculty, and scholarship; participating in community outreach; and providing leadership in academic arenas, sales, marketing, business development, and dealing with state and federal agencies
Bill Reid is the Dean of the College of Computer Networks at Coleman University. After serving in the U.S. Navy for over 24 years Bill remained in federal service as a contractor with Naval Special Warfare Command. He was responsible for the Information Assurance of all tactical computer systems throughout the claimancy. Bill holds an M.S. Degree in Computer Science from the Naval Postgraduate School, and an M.S. Degree in Information Technology Management from Regis University.