Adjunct Faculty

Reggie McNeal


B.A., University of South Carolina; M.Div., Ph.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Dr. McNeal enjoys helping people, leaders, and Christian organizations pursue more intentional lives. He currently serves as the Missional Leadership Specialist for Leadership Network of Dallas, Texas. His past experience involves over a decade as a denominational executive and leadership development coach. He also served in local congregational leadership for over twenty years, including being the founding pastor of a new church. He has lectured or taught as adjunct faculty for multiple seminaries. Reggie has contributed to numerous denominational publications and church leadership journals.


Geoffrey Griffith

Intercultural Studies Professor
D. Min., Western Conservative Baptist Seminary

Geoffrey is a missionary statesman who desires to help the next generation of Intercultural Studies professionals develop wisdom before they move overseas. While he remains in leadership at SIM International near Charlotte, N.C., he drives to Columbia one semester each year in order to make a difference so that our students can truly know Christ and make Him known.

B.A., Eastern Washington State University; M.Div., D.Min., Western Conservative Baptist Seminary. Missionary in South Africa, 1977-1985; executive director, American Council, Africa Evangelical Fellowship, 1986-1997; Ethnic Focus ministry and missionary in India with SIM International, 1997-present.


Charles Koestline

Counseling Professor

B.A., Suffolk University; M.A., Miami University

B.A., Suffolk University; M.A., Miami University; graduate assistant, Butler County Mental Health Center, 1968-70; intern in psychology, certificate from Wofford Hall, USAF Medical Center, 1971-72; clinical psychology, United States Air Force, 1971-75; SC Licensed Professional Counselor; SC Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; SC Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, 1985; Columbia Area Mental Health, 1975-2004; staff counselor, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 1985-present; staff counselor, Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, 1985-2005; private practice, Palmetto Counseling Associates, 1995-2005; university counselor and adjunct faculty, Columbia International University, Graduate School Division/College of Counseling, 2001-present.adjunct faculty (Columbia International University, Graduate School Division, 2001-2010; adjunct faculty, Columbia International University, College of Counseling, 2010-present); SC Licensed Professional Counselor; SC Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; SC Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor.


Stephanie Bryant

Stephanie Bryant
Director of Career Services
(803) 807-5076

University of South Carolina passed EEE; B.S., Southern Wesleyan University; M.Ed., Columbia International University; Level 1 training, National Institute of Learning Disabilities (NILD)

Mrs. Stephanie Bryant started working at CIU in 1994 and has a passion for helping students succeed.  As the director of Career Services, she has developed a career center that offers valuable resources to both students and employers.  Stephanie takes a proactive approach to problem solving and has the know-how to provide professional career services to achieve students' goals and objectives as they transition into and out of college.

Stephanie has a Bachelor of Science degree in the Management of Human Resources from Southern Wesleyan University and a Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from CIU and is a certified Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF).  She has extensive experience in career-oriented learning and employment trends and is available for individual career counseling and classroom or group career planning presentations for students.

Stephanie also serves as an adjunct professor, currently teaching the undergrad College Study Skills course and Visual Arts for the College of Education.  Prior to coming to CIU, she was an elementary art teacher in Christian schools for several years.

Stephanie is married to Bobby Bryant (former Minnesota Viking professional football player) and has two sons.  One son is a professional soccer player and they enjoy going to his games.

University of South Carolina; B.S., Southern Wesleyan University; M.Ed., Columbia International University; Level 1 training, National Institute of Learning Disabilities (NILD); Certified GCDF (Global Career Development Facilitator); Field Education staff (1994-2004); Elementary Teaching Field Education Supervisor (1996-2004); Adjunct Faculty (1994-present); Career Services (2004-present).


Corrine Barbian

Psychology Professor

B.S., Chapman University; M.A., California Family Study Center

Mrs. Barbian serves as an adjunct professor in the Psychology program. She supervises the student practicum program. She is an excellent speaker and counselor. She is currently practicing at Lake Murray Counseling Center.

B.S., Chapman University; M.A., California Family Study Center. Counselor in clinical and private practice in California 1994-1998; Private practice in South Carolina, 2000-present; CISM Debriefing Team member, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, 2001-present. 2002


Carmen Crouse

Director of Academic Programs - Korntal Branch Campus

B.A. equiv., Freie Hochschule für Mission, Korntal, Germany; M.A., Columbia Biblical Seminary & School of Missions


Andreas Kusch

Transformation Development Praxis

M.A. equiv., University of Kiel, Germany; Ph.D., University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany

Ph.D., University of Hohenheih, Germany, 1993; M.A. equiv., University of Kiel, Germany, 1998; Missionary to Indonesia.


Kim Chappell

Kim Chappell
Adjunct Education Faculty

B.A., University of Florida; M.Ed., Columbia International University; M.S., Walden University; Ed.D., Argosy University

Dr. Kim Chappell is currently serving as an adjunct professor at Columbia International University. She served as a resident faculty member from 2010-2012. She has been a teacher since 1988 and a teacher of teachers since 2005. Dr. Chappell taught 14 years in grades 1 through 8 in public schools across five states. In 2005, she moved to her "dream job," teaching in Christian higher education. Dr. Chappell desires to serve the Lord through developing Christian teachers to strive for excellence in education for the glory of Jesus. She and her husband, Mike, have two adult sons, Justin and Brandon.

Teacher, Kendrick Elementary, 1988-89; Teacher, Peebles Elementary, 1989-90; Teacher, Prairie View Elementary, 1990-91; Teacher, Kelley Smith Elementary, 1993-94; Teacher, Novak-King Middle School, 1994-96; Teacher, Douglas Byrd Middle School, 1996-97; Freelance Editor, Scott Foresman-Addison Wesley, 1997-99; Teacher, Novak-King Middle School, 1997-99; Teacher, El Dorado Middle School, 1999-03; Adjunct Professor, Columbia International University, 2004-05; Assistant professor of Education, Crown College, 2005-2010; Resident Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, Columbia International University, 2010-present; Associate Professor of Education, Grace University, 2012-present.



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