Dr. Daniel Julich

Dr. Julich is passionate about training students to be deep and engaged thinkers, training them not only for the workforce, but to be purposeful, wise, and compassionate human beings.  Dr. Julich pursued the study of history because it is a field ripe for both self-reflection and reflection on today’s world. His expertise is in European history of science and the ideas and movements behind the development of science over time, including the relationship between science and faith. History brings together Dr. Julich’s varied interests, as he earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, a master’s degree in theology, and doctorate in history. His master’s thesis and doctoral dissertation considered various aspects of the life and work of Blaise Pascal, the 17th-century French mathematician, scientist, and religious thinker.
Dr. Julich came to Sterling from central Florida, where he coordinated the Teaching American History Grant for Brevard Public Schools from 2009-2012. He, his wife, and his five children have enjoyed small-town Kansas life and the chance to invest in the lives of students.


Ph.D. in History from the University of Florida
M.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies from Wheaton College
B.S.in Mathematics from Palm Beach Atlantic


Upper Kelsey Hall

Contact Information

Phone: (620) 278-4504

Email: djulich@sterling.edu