Telephone: +1 717 376 9784
College: College of Humanities
Discipline: Theology and Religion
Department: Theology and Religion
Research Centre/Unit: The Network for Religion in Public Life (NRPL)
Kirk Mensch is a former U.S. Intelligence Community Officer who served over 20 years in many capacities with the U.S. Government including combat in Afghanistan. He earned his first PhD in Human Resource Development in 2009 and his dissertation was entitled "Belief and Moral Judgment: Considering the Implications of a Religious Paradox in neo-Kohlbergian Moral Reasoning." His current research is interdisciplinary crossing religion, ethics and psychology. His current project is titled "Religion, Spirituality and Comprehensive Soldier Fitness in the United States Military."