The Life of Steven Voss
Steven Voss was raised in McAllen, Texas, as an active family man who enthusiastically served his Lord’s church through visiting sick friends, hosting fellowships at home, teaching classes or preaching sermons. Steve dedicated himself wholeheartedly to these missions of service.
As an instructor at HLGU, he currently enjoys working closely with students as one of the most rewarding aspects of his job. Outside the classroom he finds pleasure in leisure activities such as golfing and off roading.
Early Life and Education
Steve Voss enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. He enjoyed horseback riding and was passionate about chickens in particular. Steve attended St Rose Catholic Church in Waterloo, Iowa with many close friendships who will sadly miss his presence.
Voss’ album offers an eclectic sonic palette that spans multiple genres – from circus rock to campfire strums, impressionist pop to cocktail jazz and country blues balladry. Though this album makes dizzying leaps between genres, Voss manages to unify all these disparate elements through inventive chord progressions and harmonies.
As part of his involvement in shaping the UKCore general education curriculum, from early brainstorm retreats to advising students teaching the required undergraduate courses (American Campaigns and Elections, Political Movements, Sociological Inquiry and State Politics & Government), his most crucial work was raising up his children in Christ’s church.
Voss, an experienced former FBI hostage negotiator, knows that negotiation skills can be utilized across a range of situations and sectors in life. Utilizing his experience he shares his knowledge publicly through speaking engagements on topics ranging from elections and voting behavior, political philosophy and Kentucky politics.
He teaches undergraduate courses across a wide variety of subject areas. Additionally, he was instrumental in shaping UKCore through participation in some of its early brainstorming retreats to determine its learning outcomes and curriculum framework.
His research is as varied as his background, touching upon aspects of American, British, Canadian and international politics. Utilizing analytical tools he has studied immigration policy as well as ethnicity and secessionary politics – writing extensively on these subjects as well as presenting it internationally.
Achievement and Honors
Voss was an all-conference performer in football, hockey and baseball at Hamline University and won their most prestigious academic honor, The William Cloon Award.
He was also one of the original founding members of the university’s Distinguished Teaching Assistant Program and served on its Educational Policy Committee; as part of this position he helped craft many curricular requirements of UKCore (learning outcomes and pedagogy framework) as well as international studies and US citizenship as part of general education curricula.
His acting credits include the film Waning Moon and several television series such as American Dreams, Nip/Tuck, E-Ring Cold Case Miami Medical as well as an independent feature Latter Days from 2003.
He is a father, husband and author with a deep commitment to teaching holistically – intellectually, spiritually and relationally.
He has published extensively in academic journals. His work on public opinion and comparative politics has been featured in publications like the American Journal of Political Science, Public Opinion Quarterly, State Politics & Policy Research as well as in its inaugural edition.
Steve Baltis and Elizabeth Baltis have been happily married for 52 years and together they have five children and seven grandchildren, residing in Meadville, Minnesota and members of The Epiphany of the Lord Parish. Together they enjoy camping trips and spending time with family. Steve is also an avid sports fan.
He is estimated to be worth $1.5 million and lives in Washington, DC as a registered Democrat. He is married and has three children. His hobbies include golfing, CrossFit training and off-roading.
Thomson Geer’s law firm and has been recognized for his outstanding work on competition and consumer issues. Furthermore, he serves as principal liaison partner with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
According to Kim’s SEC Form 4, she has made over two trades of American Campus Communities stock since 2016. Her largest sale occurred when she sold 5,800 shares for $263,842. As of this writing she still holds 19,457 ACC shares and his birth date is September 9th 1978.