|Carol Green serves as the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Spring Arbor University.
She has worked in Christian higher education as a faculty member and administrator for over 20 years. She moved to Michigan from Texas in 2017. Her Ph.D. is from Texas Tech University in American History, and her research has focused on Civil War Medicine. She published Chimborazo: The Confederacy’s Largest Hospital in 2004, which was nominated for a national award. She enjoys cooking, watching movies, hiking, waterfalls, working out, and spending time with her three daughters, the youngest of which lives with her in Spring Arbor and is a senior at Western High School.
- Ph.D. History: Texas Tech University
SAU is a university with wonderful faculty and a strong academic program. I love working with people who express and demonstrate a consistent and solid commitment to Christ, academic quality, and care for students and each other. As I was looking for my next place of service in 2017 and praying about where God would send me, the only indication I had was “North,” which Michigan certainly was from my location then in Texas. I am very pleased that He led me to Spring Arbor University and proud to call Michigan home.
Chimborazo: The Confederacy’s Largest Hospital