Dr. Still's Biography

Dr. Todd D. Still serves as Interim Executive Vice President and Provost as well as The Charles J. and Eleanor McLerran DeLancy Dean and The William M. Hinson Professor of Christian Scriptures in the George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University. He serves as the University's chief academic officer with responsibilities including leading the most recent strategic visioning process and managing a $235 million Academic Affairs annual budget and a faculty of approximately 1,000 members. He oversees Baylor's twelve schools and colleges, which offer more than 250 undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees as well as more than a dozen research centers and institutes.

Dr. Still joined Baylor’s faculty in fall 2003. He served as Faculty Regent from 2012-2015 and as chair of Baylor’s Faculty Senate in 2012-2013. Before coming to Truett Seminary, he taught at Gardner-Webb University’s School of Divinity and at Dallas Baptist University.

Dr. Still holds a BA in Greek and sociology from Baylor (’88), MDiv with biblical languages from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (’91), and PhD from the University of Glasgow (’96). He has also studied at Cambridge University (’93) and at the University of St. Andrews (’94).

Dr. Still is the author of numerous books, articles, reviews, and Bible study materials. He also has edited several volumes. In addition to his administrative and academic work, Dr. Still, a licensed and ordained Baptist minister, frequently preaches and teaches in congregational and conference settings and has served in a variety of ministerial capacities.