Justin Chapman | Staff Writer
- Position: Department Chair and Professor of Biblical Studies
- Length of Service: 26 years
- Favorite memory at Taylor: In his time at Taylor, he has gone to Ireland, Israel, Greece and Italy, and Turkey.
- Future plans: Harbin plans to stay in Upland, enjoying his house and his garden. "We have a house there with a nice garden," Harbin said. "I will continue my regular therapy sessions in the yard." The research project he is working on consists of writing a biblical commentary for the book of Leviticus. He holds a contract that allows him roughly five more years to finish up the project.
- Position: Professor of Music; Chorale and Sounds
- Length of Service: 23 years
- Future plans: Continuing to study and play the organ.
- Advice for professors: Investing in students is something Rediger cannot stress enough. Even through general education classes like Art as an Experience, Rediger feels connected with her students and wants to know them outside the classroom. She especially desires to build relationships with international students as they add so much to this campus.
- Position: Director, Systems Program and Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
- Length of Service: Five years
- A Great Memory: Holding the opportunity to teach an African song in chapel. Bauson recognizes how great it was to see people having fun and praising the Lord.
- Advice for Students: Bauson wants Taylor students to always think about the big picture. It is easy to be caught up in the details like a homework assignment, the next test or a problem with a roommate. Bauson said God is weaving experiences into the whole canvas of a student's life.
- Position: Department Chair and Professor of Chemistry
- Length of service: 38 years
- A Great Memory: Some of the most meaningful memories for Hammond are seeing graduates go out and make a difference in the world.
- Future plans: Hammond is an untrained musician and plays the harmonica, guitar and banjo. He looks forward to developing his skills to play the clawhammer (frailing) style banjo.