Theodore F. Cockle (Ph.D., Baylor University), is a scholar-practitioner pursuing more theologically animated forms of leadership and education. His research interests include educational philosophy, theological anthropology, and moral and faith development.
Ted is co-author of Christ-Enlivened Student Affairs (ACU Press, 2020) and is currently studying character development in college communities as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Baylor University. Ted also serves as the editor of Ideas, an online publication of the Association of Christians in Student Development (ACSD).
Before moving to Waco, Ted served as the Assistant Director of Student Involvement at Wheaton College (IL). When he is not reading or writing, Ted and his wife, Kate, enjoy spending time outside and reading to their four boys.