Kayla Black, Ed.D.Associate Professor, Honors and History
Location: Tigerville, SC
“There are no unsacred places; there are only sacred places and desecrated places.” —Wendell Berry
Teaching & Education
See more with me when taking courses in worldview, leadership, western civilization, and South Carolina history.
- B.A., North Greenville University
- M.A., College of Charleston
- Ed.D., North Greenville University
My experiences include working in an archival history research center for two years and higher education for ten years.
2006, Shirley Hickson History Award
I look back at my own educational career and realize how formative my undergraduate experience was in shaping my interests, convictions, and desires to continue my education. As Hugh Brock noted at the Annual Meeting of the North Greenville Baptist Association in 1894, “true education prepares the heart as well as the mind both for time and for eternity.” I strive to continue that legacy within my own teaching and within the honors curriculum. I believe nurturing the life of the mind is an important aspect of our Christian calling and essential to Christian discipleship.
Favorite Course to Teach: worldview (honors) and history of South Carolina (history)