David T. Williams

Adjunct Professor

Master of Criminal Justice, Anderson University
Bachelor of Arts, Lander University, Fine Arts

dwilliams@andersonuniversity.edu

(864) 467-5307

What classes do you teach at Anderson

Dynamics of Administration

Why teach at AU?

I’m fortunate enough to have been teaching criminal justice at the college level for 10 years. What excites me most about teaching at Anderson University is to share this passion in a Christ-centered institution.

Hobbies

The classical art of camping, fly fishing, kayak fishing, hunting, anything outdoors

Notable achievements outside of discipline

Have served as a State Council member of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics since 2014.

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Graduated from the FBI National Academy in 2010 (240th session).

How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?

A mixture of theory and real world, practical application

David has served on the Criminal Justice Advisory Board for Greenville Technical College since 2002. He has also served as a visiting lecturer at Clemson University since 2006.
David enjoys “investing in the future of our state through law enforcement leadership.
“Law enforcement is a tough profession. It requires not only critical thinking and writing skills, it requires men and women of high moral character, courage and a sense of duty to their fellow man. It is reserved for those who are called to be public servants.”