Carole J. Hoke
Attn: Carole J. Hoke
411 W. Northmoor rd.
Peoria, IL 61614
2013 Winter Term (November 11th, 2013–February 16th, 2014)
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Number of classes: 1
Carole Hoke is a graduate of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, earning a Master of Theological Studies degree in Pastoral Care and Counseling. Rev. Hoke, ordained in the United Church of Christ, has 20-plus years of experience in the realm of religious study, serving as pastor, workshop facilitator across religious traditions, guide and listener. She firmly believes all of us have a better chance of success in the world when we have a solid background and more complete understanding of multiple religious traditions and how they influence the world around us.
She enjoys teaching online, recognizing the demands of time constraints and the organization it takes to keep up with the lessons and to provide feedback for each student. Creating a class where students have opportunities to demonstrate and articulate their ideas – one that is safe and encouraging, she feels is the pathway toward success.
Rev. Hoke also works at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria as a Case Manager in the Heart of Illinois HIV/AIDS Center.
Master of Theological Studies, 2000Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
BA, 1967Drury University
Midstate College (2010–present)Adjunct Faculty
HUM130 World Religions
University of Illionis College of Medicine at Peoria (2002–present)Case Manager -- Heart of Illinois HIV/AIDS Center