Rachel B. Griffis

Rachel B. Griffis is an Assistant Professor of Language and Literature at Sterling College in central Kansas. She teaches writing and literature courses and serves as Director for the Integration of Faith and Learning. She received her Ph.D. in English from Baylor University. She has published articles in Christianity & Literature, Christian Scholar’s Review, Studies in American Indian Literatures, Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal and elsewhere. She also serves as reviews editor at International Journal of Christianity & Education.

Finding Liberation in an Interdisciplinary Life

Rachel Griffis talks with Shann Ray about living an interdisciplinary life, the contributions of psychology to a liberal arts education, and...

The Liberal Arts in America

Dr. Rachel Griffis talks with Dr. Perry Glanzer, Professor of Educational Foundations at Baylor University, about the liberal arts tradition in...

What the Liberal Arts Does (and Does Not) Have in Common with a Christian Education

Rachel Griffis and Erik Hoekstra, President of Dordt University, explore similarities and differences between the traditional liberal arts and Christian education....