Dr. Jay Medenwaldt Assistant Professor of Psychology


Ph.D., Baylor University
M.Div., Denver Seminary
M.A., University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
B.S., U.S. Air Force Academy

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Dr. Jay Medenwaldt served in the Air Force for nine years as a behavioral scientist, which included teaching psychology courses at the Air Force Academy, consulting, and conducting research. He earned a doctorate in social psychology at Baylor, with an emphasis on psychology of religion and virtue. He also earned a Master of Divinity in apologetics, ethics, and biblical studies; a master's in psychological sciences; and a bachelor's in behavioral sciences. His research has been published by the The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, Current Opinion in Psychology, and Adolescent Research Review, and he has given presentations at the Christian Association of Psychological Studies, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Evangelical Theological Society, and the Global Conference on Sport and Christianity. Dr. Medenwaldt is working on a book that offers a scientific and theological critique of the enneagram.