• This is Your World.

    It all starts with an idea.



    Meet Our Faculty

    • Kathryn Bell, Ph.D.

      Associate Professor of Psychology

      Dr. Kathryn Bell is a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in interpersonal violence, trauma, behavior analysis and addictions.

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    • Chad Loughrige

      Assistant Professor of Music

      Chad Loughrige is passionate about connecting students to professionals in the music technology industry.

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    • Betsy Pike, Ph.D.

      Director of Electronic Media and Film
      Assistant Professor of Communication

      Dr. Betsy Pike is director of Electronic Media and Film within the Communication Department at Capital University.

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    • Jonathan Stadler

      Professor of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics

      Jon Stadler earned his Ph.D. in algebraic combinatorics.

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    • Dr. Lisa Jelle

      Professor of Music

      Dr. Lisa Jelle is a professor of flute at Capital University's Conservatory of Music.

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    • Mark Lochstampfor, Ph.D.


      Mark Lochstampfor, Ph.D., is professor of music at Capital University, and has served as chair of the Conservatory of Music.

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    • Bonnie Goodwin

      Assistant Professor of Health and Sports Sciences

      Bonnie Goodwin is department chair of Health and Sport Sciences, clinical coordinator of the athletic training program, assistant professor and student advisor.

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    • Reginald Dyck, Ph.D.

      Professor of English

      Dr. Reginald Dyck's published essays on Louise Erdrich, Simon Ortiz, Willa Cather, William Faulkner and Greg Sarris have directly shaped his teaching of their works.

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    • Saurav Roychoudhury, Ph.D.

      Associate Professor of Business

      Dr. Saurav Roychoudhury is an associate professor of Finance and Economics at Capital University.

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    Capital is a comprehensive, independent university grounded in the Lutheran tradition.

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  • Older but Bolder

    March 13-14

    Capital University’s Nursing Program will host “Older but Bolder,” a two-day symposium on active aging, March 13-14. Features include a presentation on “Changing the Way We Age” by Colin Milner, the CEO of the International Council on Active Aging, and a fun, interactive movement activity led by Maestro David Dworkin, founder of Conductorcise.

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    The Painted City

    January 16 through March 24

    Every city is unique in its own identity and personality. This invitational exhibition highlights selected Central Ohio painters as they reflect their own distinct and different styles and communication with the city.

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    Adult & Graduate Open House

    Thursday, March 9 @ 6 PM

    Come learn about all of the Adult and Graduate programs have to offer for continuing education!


    Spotlight on Academics

    The 20th Annual Symposium on Undergraduate Scholarship

    On Wednesday, April 20, 2016, Capital University celebrated its annual Honors Day with a symposium for undergraduate students featuring their original research projects and showcasing their scholarship activities. Capital University is an institutional member of the Council on Undergraduate Research.