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B.A., History, University of Mississippi, 1987.
M.Div., Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, 1993.
M.A., History, Mississippi State University, 2005.
Ph.D., History, Mississippi State University, 2013.
Dr. Jeff Howell is a Professor of History at EGSC. He has worked at the school since 2009. He earned a PhD (2013) and a Master (2005) in History from Mississippi State University. He also earned a Master of Divinity (1993) from Mid America Baptist Theological Seminary in Memphis, Tennessee. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Mississippi in 1987. In his tenure at EGSC, Dr. Howell has taught all the US History and Western Civilization History surveys courses and is now also teaching Black History (HIST 2200). His research interests include race relations in the United States and early Christian history. He is the author of Hazel Brannon Smith: The Female Crusading Scalawag, and he has co-authored a US History survey textbook, The American Road, and Our Western World, a Western Civilization textbook.
American South: Civil Rights Movement, Jim Crow
Religion: Roots and influence of Ancient Judaism and Christianity
Western Civilization: Greece and Rome
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EGSC Biology major Lindsey Howell recently attended a workshop at Georgia Tech.
Lindsey Howell has been awarded a grant from the National Sciences Foundation for undergraduate research.
Dr. Jeff Howell has been awarded a Governor’s Teaching Fellowship by the University of Georgia.