Seth Crowell, Ph.D.
« Back

Seth Crowell, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer of Organizational Management & Sociology

506-858-8970 ext: 209

A.A., Atlantic Baptist College
B.A. (Hons.), Acadia University
M.A., University of New Brunswick
Ph.D., Walden University


Honours & Scholarships

Lifetime Honorary Member of the Atlantic Association of Registrars and Admission Officers, 2001.
First recipient of the Atlantic Baptist University’s Builders Award for 21 years of involvement as volunteer director and coach within ABU Athletics, 2001.
Crandall University Distinguished Alumni Award, 2014.

Courses Taught

Introduction to Psychology
Human Development
Child Development
Adolescent Development
Aging and Adult Development
Death and Grieving
Introduction to Sociology
Social Movements
Social Problems
Sociology of Sport
Sociology of Education
Interpersonal Communications
Interdisciplinary Senior Seminar
Adult Development and Life Assessment
Organizational Behaviour

Select Publications & Presentations

“Change Enveloped in Stability: The Presidency of Dr. W. Ralph Richardson.” In Faith & Education: A History of Crandall University, ed. B. Fawcett and G. Ryder. Crandall University, 2014.

“Encouragers Wanted.” In Soul Care, ed. H. Heie, H. & M. Sargent. Abilene Christian University Press, 2012.

“Dueling Dualisms: Using Faith to Bring ‘Unity’ Back Into the ‘University,’” paper presented at the international conference on “Faith, Freedom and the Academy: The Idea of the University in the 21 st Century,” University of Prince Edward Island, October 2004.

 “Integration of Faith and Learning,” lecture given at St. Stephen’s University, September 2001.

“To Be an Association or Not to Be an Association: That Is the Question?” plenary session at the biannual meeting of the Association of Registrars and Admissions Officers, Mount Allison University, June 1999.

 “Transfer Credit Arrangements from Atlantic Baptist University to Other Canadian Universities,”paper presented to the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Ottawa, May 1998.