Faculty & Staff Resources

Many resources are available to GTU Faculty. The links below are provided as a quick way to locate faculty information.


Doctoral Program

MA Program

Online Tools

Moodle is the learning management system for the entire consortium.  It is the primary place where online and hybrid courses are taught.  Faculty use Moodle to input grades and view consolidated class rosters.  The main page also has links to documentation and how-to videos for using Moodle.

SONIS Faculty Portal
SONIS is the student information system for GTU to view class schedules and advisee information for GTU students (transcripts, current course schedule, GPA, credit totals, and admission test scores).

Taskstream by Watermark
Taskstream is the cloud-based electronic portfolio system that the GTU uses for the collection and evaluation of student work for assessment purposes. GTU MA and PhD students submit specified examples of their work for evaluation by faculty, and the cumulative results of those evaluations are analyzed by faculty and administrators in order to ensure the continuous improvement of academic programs at the GTU.



Information on faculty meetings and appointments
Wendy Arce
Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs
fax 510-649-1417

Uriah Y. Kim
GTU Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs

Website questions
Doug Davidson
Director of Communications

Consortial Registration
John Seal
Consortial Registrar

GTU Admissions Webinar

Join us online at noon PDT on Thursday, January 24, for this 30-minute webinar in which Director of Admissions Andrea Sheaffer and other GTU staff will share info and answer questions about the GTU MA degree, the admissions process, and financial aid options. Register now!

Online Event
12:00pm to 12:30pm

Phenomenology of Religious Experience Lab

Join us for the first research lab organized by the Society for the Phenomenology of Religious Experience. 

Dinner Board Room, Flora Lamson Hewlett Library, 2400 Ridge Road, Berkeley
10:00am to 4:00pm

Borsch-Rast Book Lecture

Join us for the second annual Borsch-Rast Book Lecture featuring Timothy Wadkins (PhD, '88), author of The Rise of Pentecostalism in Modern El Salvador: From the Blood of the Martyrs to the Baptism of the Spirit.

Dinner Board Room, Flora Lamson Hewlett Library, 2400 Ridge Road, Berkeley