Dr. Justin Tilghman
Department Faculty
Discipline Leadership, Bible

Dr. Justin Tilghman

Professor

Teaching since: 2016

Education

  • B.A. in Spanish, Campbell University
  • M.S. in Safety, Security, & Emergency Management, Eastern Kentucky University
  • M.A. in Theological Studies, Liberty University
  • Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Columbia International University

Ministry

  • Worship Leader, NC Baptist Men, 2009
  • Chaplain, Lenoir Memorial Hospital
  • Worship Leader & Communications Coordinator, Kairos Prison Ministry, 2015–2019
  • Elder, Grace Fellowship Church, 2010–

Experience

  • Professor, Lenoir Community College, 2014–
  • Dean of Workforce Development and Public Safety, Lenoir Community College, 2019–
  • Professor, CCBS, 2016–

Publications

  • Dissertation: "A Comparison of Organizational Identity and Alumni Participation Between Residential and Online Graduates of CCCU Member Institutions"
  • Author, “LCC Leading the Way in Emergency Medical Science Paramedic Hybrid Education.” The Beacon: A Publication of the North Carolina Community College Adult Educators Association (Fall 2015): 5-6.
  • Author, Navigating Tight Budgets with Public Support. IAEM Bulletin 34, no 1 (2017): 17.
  • Co-Author, “Social Determinants of Health,” in Wilcox, M., & Hjermstad, K. (Eds.), Community health paramedicine (pp. 75-89). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett, 2017.
  • Co-Author, “Professional Boundaries,” in Wilcox, M., & Hjermstad, K. (Eds.), Community Health Paramedicine(pp. 29-37). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett, 2017.
  • Co-Author, “Introduction to Community Paramedicine” in Wilcox, M., & Hjermstad, K. (Eds.), Community Health Paramedicine (pp. 1-11). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett, 2017.
  • Co-Author, Strategies for a Successful Journey: Mapping CE to CU Credit Panel. NC Guided Pathways Institute, Thomasville, NC, 2019.
  • Author, “The Effect of Cohort Size, Academic Preparation, and Selective Admissions on Retention Rates Among CAAHEP Accredited Paramedic Training Programs,”