Dr. Rios joined the Graduate School in 2011 working in the area of professional development. In his current role as Associate Dean, he oversees enrollment management and academic technology. He also manages the Graduate School budget and directs the Bernard Ramm Scholars program.
In addition to his service in the Graduate School, Rios teaches undergraduate courses in the Department of Religion and the College of Arts and Sciences. He also leads the annual Adjunct Teaching Workshop for the Academy for Teaching and Learning. He is a historian of science and religion with publications that include After the Monkey Trial: Evangelical Scientists and a New Creationism (Fordham University Press, 2014).