Clark H. Summers

Clark H. Summers
Adjunct Lecturer,


OF NOTE: Undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate studies include topics ranging from military strategies to the philosophy of technology. Key military assignments include Commander with the US Army Reserve Consequence Management Unit, Chief of Staff with the 364th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), Commander of the 385th Marine Terminal Battalion and Operations Officer of the 1-104th Chemical Battalion.

KNOWN FOR: Instructing courses including Western Civilization I and II, Greek Histories, Fundamentals of International Relations and History of Western Diplomacy. Brings particular expertise in the fields of American colonial history and civil-military relations.

When not in the classroom, can often be found: Serving with the North Carolina Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, History Digest and Intercollegiate Studies Institute’s Civitas Society.

Popular quote: “I teach because I am passionate about my subjects, and I want to pass that passion along to my students. I love teaching at the Abbey because here I am encouraged to make my Christian faith an explicit aspect of my teaching practice.”

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