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Ross McCullough

Ross McCullough, PhD

Assistant Professor of Philosophy


Ross McCullough, PhD
PhD, Religious Studies (Theology and Philosophy of Religion), Yale University 
MTS, History of Christianity, University of Notre Dame 
BA, History and Philosophy, Swarthmore College 

Ross McCullough joined the university as an assistant professor of philosophy and faculty fellow in the George Fox University Honors Program in 2018. He taught at Yale College and Yale Divinity School in the four years previous, specializing in courses on Augustine, the Catholic intellectual tradition, systematic theology, and philosophy of religion.

Ross previously gained teaching experience as a tutor for GRE, SAT and high school math in Seattle (2010-11), as a teaching assistant at the University of Notre Dame (2010), and as an English tutor in France (2007-08). He has earned a number of grants and fellowships, including The Common Good as Common Project Conference Grant with the Nanovic Institute at Notre Dame and the Theology and the Natural Sciences Conference Grant from the Templeton Religion Trust, both in 2017.

His research interests include eschatology, creation, the Eucharist and late scholasticism. He is the father of four young children.