One of the reasons David finds it gratifying to teach at Lynn is that the University stresses individualized attention to its students. He also appreciates Lynn’s emphasis on and encouragement of faculty development in one’s discipline. David teaches The Dialogues of Learning as well as English and theater courses. He is a playwright and has had many of his plays produced at theaters around the country and in Ireland. Several of his plays have been published, as well as a nonfiction book titled Death of an American: The Killing of John Singer.
David worked as a journalist for newspapers and electronic media. He wrote a column for a weekly newspaper, and he also co-hosted a weekly radio show in Park City, Utah, that focused on topical events. He was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. He has been teaching at Lynn University since the spring of 1999. David began as an adjunct, and then became a Visiting Professor, Instructor, Assistant Professor, and, as of fall 2008, he was promoted to Associate Professor in the College of Liberal Education.
- B.A., University of Memphis
- M.A., Instituto Allende, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
- Dialogues of Justice and Civic Life
- Dialogues of Self and Society
Areas of Scholarship and Professional Practice
Playwright and author
Winner of various awards and contests in playwriting