Dr. Susan Mobley is Professor of History and currently serves as the Chair of the History Department. Dr. Mobley completed her B.A. at the University of Oklahoma and her M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
She teaches courses on various eras of European history, including Classical, medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation. In addition, she teaches courses on Western Civilization, Byzantium, nursing history, and Latin.
Her research interests focus on education in Western Civilization, with a particular emphasis upon the Renaissance and Reformation periods. She has delivered papers at various conferences, given presentations, and written articles on aspects of this topic. She serves as a contributing member of the Two Kingdoms Network, a think tank for Lutheran higher education.
At CUW, she serves as co-chair of the Core Curriculum Task Force, serves on the Reformation 500 committee and the Core Curriculum committee, serves as a faculty marshal, and is a member of Concordia Chorale. She lives in Thiensville with her husband, Van (Associate Professor of History and Economics at CUW), and her two sons, Pierce and Quinn.