Wilton H. Bunch
- B.A.,Walla Walla College
- M.B.A., The University of Chicago
- M.Div., Church Divinity School of the Pacific
- M.D., Loma Linda University
- Ph.D., University of Minnesota
A native of Walla Walla, Washington, Dr. Wilton Bunch came to Samford 10 years ago to teach ethics in the Beeson Divinity School. After teaching 7 years in the Divinity School, Dr. Bunch transferred to the philosophy department where he currently teaches. Dr. Bunch usually teaches the Introduction to Scientific Inquiry in the Fellows Program, Christian Ethics, and Medical Ethics. In the spring semester of 2011, Dr. Bunch will begin teaching a new class called Medical Humanities. This class will examine literature that deals with medical situations in order to analyze the ethical implications in the medical field. Currently, Dr. Bunch is researching the changes of moral reasoning of students within the Fellows Program during their time in college.
Dr. Bunch decided he wanted to teach in college after working under teaching-learning based environments. Influenced by other teachers he had throughout his education, he now teaches classes in a discussion-based format.
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