Scott Cormode


 Scott Cormode

E-mailcormode@fuller.edu
AddressFuller Theological Seminary
135 N. Oakland Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91182
Phone626-584-5200
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Hugh De Pree Associate Professor of Leadership Development, Fuller Theological Seminary

B.S., University of California, San Diego,
M.Div., Fuller Theological Seminary,
Ph.D., Yale University,

Scott Cormode joined the faculty of Fuller in 2006 as the Hugh De Pree Associate Professor of Leadership Development. This faculty chair was established by the family of the late Hugh De Pree, an accomplished leader and brother of longtime Fuller board member Max De Pree, in order to further develop leadership training programs within the School of Theology and the De Pree Leadership Center. Cormode brought significant leadership and teaching experience to this position, as an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA) who served for the previous decade as George Butler Associate Professor of Church Administration and Finance at Claremont School of Theology. Cormode also served at Claremont as associate dean for institutional research, chair of the Curriculum Committee, chair of the Accreditation Team, and principal writer of the Long Range Planning Committee.

Functioning as a leader of leaders, Cormode founded in 1998 the Academy of Religious Leadership, an organization for professors who teach leadership in seminaries, and created the Journal of Religious Leadership, for which he also acts as editor, in 2001. His articles on leadership, organization, and technology have appeared as well in Christian Century, Theological Education, and Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. His most recent book, Making Spiritual Sense: Theological Interpretation as Christian Leadership, was published by Abingdon Press in November 2006. He has served as convener for numerous leadership conferences, presented dozens of papers, chaired various boards, and led training events. He maintains a series of case studies and other resources on www.christianleaders.org, a website for developing Christian leaders.



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