Meet Our Faculty
Dr. Reginald Dyck's published essays on Louise Erdrich, Simon Ortiz, Willa Cather, William Faulkner and Greg Sarris have directly shaped his teaching of their works.
Dr. Kathryn Bell is
a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in interpersonal violence, trauma,
behavior analysis and addictions.
Dr. Saleem is a Chair, Program Director, and Professor of Social Work at Capital University, Columbus, Ohio. He earned his Doctorate in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh and his Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington. Dr. Saleem also graduated with a Master of Arts Degree in Sociology and Eastern Literature from the University of Karachi.
Dr. Saurav Roychoudhury is an associate professor of Finance
and Economics at Capital University.
As a musicologist, Dr. Lentsner is interested in the intersection of music and literature, primarily focusing on contemporary music.
Dr. Elene Kent's areas of expertise are business management and teaching and learning pedagogies using instructional technology.
Dr. Olga N. Shonia received her degree in Educational Policy Studies from Indiana University (Bloomington), and her degrees in Linguistics and TESOL from Russia and Norway.
Jennifer Hodge, Ph.D.
Professor of Education
Ruff Learning Center
Dr. Jennifer Hodge received the Capital University Cotterman Award for exceptional service to students through advising in 2007. She is past depart
Paula Federico, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics
Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics
Paula Federico was selected as a 2009-2010 Exxon Mobil Project NExT Fell
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Through Capital University’s programs in the natural sciences, computer science, nursing and health, you will find unlimited opportunity to explore the natural world, the life within it, how it’s connected and how it might be improved.
October 24, 7:30 pm
The Gerhold Lecture Series in the Humanities will host Daniel Handler, who is known for the creation of the Lemony Snicket books, “A Series of Unfortunate Events.”
Our Open House event is the perfect campus visit for students at any stage of the college search. It’s also great for any major since faculty from all academic departments will be hosting information sessions.
Explore our academics
On Wednesday, April 19, 2017, Capital University celebrates its annual Honors Day with a symposium for undergraduate students featuring their original research projects and showcasing their scholarship activities. Capital University is an institutional member of the Council on Undergraduate Research.