At Bushnell University, the faculty lead by example in their scholarly activities, and encourage students to reach for scholarly excellence through research, presentations, and publishing papers.

The best teachers in the world are those who are not only life-long learners, but instill this love for learning in their students.

Our faculty are continually engaged in scholarly research activities and professional development, attending conferences and learning while they teach. You can see it in their interactions with students, and you can hear it in their words of encouragement, advice, and mentorship. The Bushnell faculty invest themselves in the success of their students.

The Scholarly Activities Reports allow a view into the exciting and important work being done by the Bushnell faculty and students outside of the classroom. In these reports, you will discover examples of current faculty and student publications, speaking engagements, community and church service, and many other professional activities.

Faculty Scholarly Activities

Through involvement in scholarly research in the field, attending professional conferences, publishing a paper, writing a book review, or participating in an archeological dig, Bushnell faculty continually strive to learn and grow professionally.

Faculty Reports

Student Scholarly Activities

Academic Creativity and Excellence (ACE) Day is held each semester to provide an opportunity for senior students to present their capstone research projects and other students to present research from individual classes. Students are also involved in a variety of off-campus scholarly activities including essay competitions, forensics competitions, public speaking opportunities, and volunteer services.

For details, see the Academic Creativity and Excellence page, and the Student Scholarly Activities reports.

Institutional Review Board

In accordance with Federal Policy on the Protection of Human Subjects, Bushnell assumes the responsibility for the protection of the rights and welfare of human subjects who participate in research and other activity projects conducted by, under the supervision of, or performed on faculty, staff, or students.

For details and links to the IRB forms, please see the Institutional Review Board page.