Rosado, Caleb

crosado12Professor of Urban Studies, Director of Urban Studies
Phone 503.517.1047


  • Ph.D. in Sociology, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
  • B.D. in New Testament Studies, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI
  • B.A. in Theology, Pacific Union College, Angwin, CA


Caleb joined the faculty at Warner the summer of 2008. He has had a broad and rich professional and academic background, having taught at state universities, private colleges, headed up graduate programs, been director of an urban campus, developed a behavioral sciences program in the UK, taught a graduate course in Bolivia, did his dissertation research on religion in Cuba, pastored for over 20 years, and has been a race relations consultant and diversity trainer for 30 years.  His personal webpage is

Professional Affiliations:

  • American Sociological Association, since 1978.
  • The Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, since 1978.
  • World Future Society, since 1989.
  • Adventist Society for Religious Studies, since 1990
  • International Paleopsychology Project, headed up by Howard Bloom, since 1998.
  • Member, Board of Directors of National Association of Ethnic Studies, since 2008
  • Asociación para la Educación Teológica Hispana, since 2007


Professional Articles:

“Context Determines Content: Quantum Physics as a Framework for ‘Wholeness’ in Urban Transformation.” Urban Studies, 45/10 2075-2097, September 2008.

Chapters in Books:

“What Do We Mean By ‘Managing Diversity’?” in G. P. Sudhakar and Sumati Reddy, editors. The Global Manager. Hyderabad, India: Icafai University Press, 2008.

“The Demise of Ethnic Differences: Cultural Identity and the Internet.” In Art Shostak, Editor. Getting Personal: Staying Ahead, Vol.3. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2005. A book on future studies for high school education.

“Affirmative Action: A Time for Change?” in Sumati Reddy, editor. Workforce Diversity, Vol. 1: Concepts and Cases. Hyderabad, India: ICAFAI University, 2003.

“What Is Spirituality? Memetics, Quantum Mechanics, and the Spiral of Spirituality.”
Christ in The Classroom, Vol. 26-A. Geoscience Research Institute Loma Linda, California, 2000.


AVANCE: A Vision for a New Mañana. Johnny Ramírez-Johnson and Edwin I. Hernández, with marla Berry, José Ramírez, Audrey Howard and Sergio Hernández, Mario Negrete, Ramona Pérez Greek, Caleb Rosado, Saúl Torres, Alfronso Valenzuela, & Manuel Vásquez. Loma Linda University Press, 2003.