Elsa C. Price joined the Faulkner University faculty in August 2000 upon retiring after 27 years from teaching anatomy and physiology, general biology, and microbiology in a southeast Alabama community college in Dothan, Alabama. She completed her bachelor’s degree from Jacksonville State University in 1961, her masters in biology from the University of Alabama in 1973 and her doctorate in education from Auburn University in 1987. Price’s courses include Perspectives in Biology, Nutrition, Medical Terminology, Man and His Environment, Concepts of Anatomy and Physiology, Vertebrate Anatomy and Physiology, Invertebrate and Vertebrate Zoology, Microbiology, and Cell Biology. She also teaches several classes in the Education Department and supervises student interns in biology.
“Being able to approach the science courses, as well as, other courses through a Biblically based worldview is a blessing to teaching here at Faulkner. The students, staff and faculty are our extended family at Faulkner University. Seeing the students grow spiritually, as well as, academically is a very rewarding aspect of teaching at Faulkner. As our students complete their degrees, we continue our interest in their well-being and success and, of course, welcome them back for visits whenever possible.”