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Stan Hamm



Phone: 204-433-7488 ext. 303

Office: 4A12

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Stan Hamm, Ph.D.

VP for Seminary, Assoc. Prof. of Educational & Christian Studies

My work here at Providence Seminary involves administration and teaching. I am the academic dean of the seminary and have been in that position for 8 years. I also chair the department of Christian Ministries. My teaching fields are church ministries, student development, Christian education, teacher training, and pastoral ministries. My personal interests outside of the seminary are golf, hockey, reading and travelling. I also enjoy spending with my six grandchildren.

  • EM5104 Program Planning
  • EM5103 Principles of Teaching and Learning
  • PS5102 Homiletics I
  • PS7101 Integrative Seminar
  • EM5105 Administration and Leadership
  • EM5101 History and Philosophy of Education

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (US)

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Educational Studies


Providence Theological Seminary (MB)

Master of Divinity (M.Div.)


Providence College (MB)

Bachelor's Degree (B.A.)


Prairie Bible Institute (AB)




  • "Youth and Summer Missions", Fall, 1987 (The Messenger - a publication of the EMC Conference)
  • "Close Encounters of the First Kind", Spring, 1989 (The Messenger)
  • "Schools That Learn", Fall, 2002 (Didaskalia - the journal of Providence University College and Seminary)
  • "Theological Institutions as Learning Organizations", Summer, 2003 (Dissertation)


  • Providence Theological Seminary, Academic Dean (since 2008)
  • Providence Theological Seminary, Faculty (since 2001)


  • Providence College, Faculty and Director of Field Education (1989 - 2001)
  • Ridgewood EMC Church, Assistant Pastor (1984-1989)
  • Wymark EMC Church, Minister of Youth and Music (1980-1983)

Professional Associations

  • Association of American Bible Colleges
  • Association of Christian Service Personnel
  • Association of Theological Field Educators
  • Association of Canadian Bible Colleges
  • Association of Christians in Student Development
  • North American Professors of Christian Education