Department: Arts & Sciences
Office Location: Lancaster
Castor serves as an assistant professor and English composition content coordinator at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary (LBC-Capital) in Lancaster, PA. She earned a doctor of arts in English Pedagogy, with a teaching of writing specialization, from Murray State University in Kentucky. Her research interests include teaching rhetoric and writing, rhetoric and faith, and rhetoric and southern cultural studies.
Krissi has taught secondary and postsecondary English at various institutions in New York, Florida, and Pennsylvania. Her other professional publishing experiences include serving as a managing editor, acquisitions- and author-relations editor, contributing writer, and an independent contractor for various businesses and nonprofit organizations.
As she partners with students in their writing development, she seeks to equip the next-generation of Christian leaders to communicate and reflect the gospel of Jesus Christ with excellence: “My heart is overflowing with a good theme, I recite my composition to the King; my tongue is the pen of a ready writer” (Ps. 45:1 NKJV).
Doctor or Arts in English Pedagogy, Teaching of Writing Specialization
Murray State University, Murray, KY
Masters of Arts in Ministry, Leadership Studies
Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary and Graduate School, Lancaster, PA
Bachelors of Art in Liberal Arts, depth in English and Communications
Excelsior College, University of State of New York, Albany, NY
Introduction to College Reading and Writing
Foundation for Effective College Writing
Academic Writing, Research, and Rhetoric
Inquiry-based College Research and Writing
Writing for Publication
Survey of Women’s Ministry
Phi Kappa Phi Member