Beverly Lampp

Assistant Professor of Practical Theology bllampp@seu.edu

Degrees Earned

BA in Mathematics, University of West Florida
MA in Mathematics, University of Colorado
MBA, Case Western Reserve University
MA in Ministerial Leadership, Southeastern University
Master of Divinity, Southeastern University


Professor Beverly Lampp is an instructor of practical ministry and serves as the coordinator of the Center for Faith and Higher Learning at Southeastern University. She oversees all sections of the Christ, Culture and the University course and is a facilitator for the Faith Integration Seminar. Before coming to Southeastern, Professor Lampp had a lengthy business career at General Electric Company, where she delivered basic leadership skills training to new managers, designed and delivered training for ombudspersons and quality improvement professionals, and led process improvement initiatives.

Professor Lampp teaches Christ, Culture and the University and Church Business Administration.

Brief Highlights

  • Currently serving as faculty ombudsperson
  • “Think It, Link It, Love It: Preparing Students to Love Learning and Serve Lovingly,” presented at the Inaugural Conference on Decision Making Through Values-Based Critical Thinking, St. Leo University, St. Leo Florida.