Adjunct Professor of Communication Studies
Background and Education
Originally from Fayetteville, Arkansas, Mr. Wommack attended the University of Arkansas for 2 years then moved to Lynchburg, Virginia to continue his educational journey. He earned both a ThG in 1979 and a BS in Counseling 1981 from Liberty Baptist College, Lynchburg, Virginia, an MA in Religious Education from SWBTS Fort Worth, Texas in 1984 and an MA in Communication with an emphasis in Interpersonal/Organizational from Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia, in 2006.
Professor Wommack concentrates on two key components of our students educational journey. First, our students must see that they have rhetorical value. They need to then construct a clear and cogent message to articulate that value. This is accomplished through Argumentation and Practical Reasoning. Secondly, our students need to understand who they are through the communication structure that they exercise. As they process this personally and articulately, they discover their own unique voice and the unique value it has in a global society. This is taught in Interpersonal Communication.
Professor Wommack currently serves as a First Year Fellow in Montgomery Hall, working mainly with freshmen students. He is involved with Getting Organized and Mentoring programs at University of Lynchburg, and has led and taught several English camps throughout China.