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Employee Directory: John McCabe-Juhnke

John McCabe-Juhnke

John McCabe-Juhnke

Professor of Communication Arts, Nelson W. and Gladys I. Krehbiel Distinguished Chair in Speech and Forensics
  • Ph.D. Louisiana State University
  • B.A. Bethel College 1978
  • M.A. University of Illinois 1981
About John:

John McCabe-Juhnke received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Speech/Drama Education from Bethel College in 1978. He holds a Masters Degree in Speech Communication from the University of Illinois and a Doctorate in Performance Studies from Louisiana State University. He is currently the chair of the Communication Arts department at Bethel College, where he has taught since 1986. He has directed dozens of plays and musicals at the college. In recent years, he’s developed Theater Arts Workshops for Arts In Prison, Inc. and Prison Arts Project, directing inmates in theater productions at the Lansing and Hutchinson Correctional Facilities.