Professor of Religion/Philosophy
Dr. Andrew Walsh joined the Culver-Stockton faculty in August 2001. He develops and teaches courses on philosophy, ethics, logic, religion, politics and pop culture. He was the chair of the faculty assembly for two years, starting in 2009, and was the faculty representative to the Board of Trustees for two years, starting in 2012. He is the chair of the department of religion and philosophy.
Walsh has received several awards for his teaching. He was the recipient of the Helsabeck Prize for Excellence in Teaching at C-SC in 2019. He also won the Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching from the Missouri Department of Higher Education in 2004 and the T.A. Abbott Award for Faculty Excellence from the Higher Education and Leadership Ministries of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in 2014.
He is a member of the American Academy of Religion, the American Political Science Association and the Society of Christian Ethics. Walsh published a book, "Religion, Economics and Public Policy: Ironies, Tragedies and Absurdities of the Contemporary Culture Wars," in 2000. He also had a paper titled "William Jennings Bryan, Evangelicals and the Democratic Party" presented during the American Academy of Religion's annual meeting in Boston in 2020.
Walsh previously taught at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis from 1993 to 2001.
1988 -- B.A., Philosophy, North Central College, Naperville, Ill.
1990 -- M.T.S., Ethics, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary at Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.
1992 -- M.Phil., Ethics and Politics in Religion and Society, Drew University, Madison, N.J.
1994 -- Ph.D., Ethics and Politics in Religion and Society, Drew University, Madison, N.J.