The Global Footprint of Niels-Erik Andreasen

The impact of President Andreasen's service around the world has been felt on almost every continent, at the headquarters of the Adventist world church, as well as in the local communities where he has lived. Here is an overview:

1970–2016 Professional Experience
1994–Present  President, Andrews University
1990–1994 President, Walla Walla College
1977–1990 Loma Linda University, Riverside and Loma Linda, California
1989–1990, dean, School of Religion
1979–1989, professor of Old Testament and associate dean
1977–1979, associate professor of Old Testament
1970–1977 Pacific Union College, Angwin, California
Assistant and associate professor of religion
1975–1977  Avondale College, Cooranbong, NSW, Australia
Visiting lecturer in religion


1976–1991 Visiting Lecturer on Short-Term Appointments
1991  Newbold College, England (summer)
1989  Adventist Mission College, El Salvador (summer)
1988  Adventist University of Central America, Costa Rica (winter)
1987  Hong Kong Adventist College, Hong Kong (summer)
1984  Antillian College, Puerto Rico (summer)
1983  Newbold College, England (summer)
1982  Seminaire Adventiste du Saleve, France (summer)
1982  Theologische Seminar Marienhoehe, Germany (summer)
1976  Longburn College, New Zealand (summer)


1968–Present Professional Organizations & Appointments
1968  Member, Society of Biblical Literature
1970–1980  Contributing editor, THESE TIMES
1974–1987 Member, American Schools of Oriental Research
1980  Member, Biblical Research Committee, Washington DC
1980–1989  Director, graduate program in religion, Loma Linda University and member of the Graduate School Council
1981–1991  Member, Daniel and Revelation Committee, Washington DC
1983–1984  Member, Loma Linda University Strategic Planning Committee
1984–1990  Member, Ministerial Training Advisory Committee, Pacific Union Conference and North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists
1984–1990  Member, Board of Directors, Center for Christian Bioethics, Loma Linda University
1985– Editorial consultant, ORIGINS
1986–1988 Lecturer, P.R.E.A.C.H. seminars
1986 Chairman, Committee on Religion in the Curriculum
1987–1988 Member, University Accreditation Committee
1988 Member, accreditation team for Seminaire Adventiste, France
1989, 1991 Member, evaluation team for doctoral programs in Brazil College, Sao Paulo and River Plate College, Argentina
1989–1990 University Administrative Committee
1990–1994 Member, Upper Columbia Conference Executive Committee
Member, North Pacific Union Conference Executive Committee
Board member, Walla Walla General Hospital
Board member, Portland Adventist Medical Center
Member, Washington Friends of Higher Education (director-at-large)
Member, Board of Directors, Independent Colleges of Washington
Current Board Member, Michigan Independent Colleges & Universities (formerly AICUM); Chair, 2005–2006
Board Member, Michigan Colleges Alliance
Board Member, Lakeland Health Care
Board Member, Michigan Campus Compact
Board Member, Adventist Health Systems, Orlando, Florida
Board Member, Association of Adventist Colleges & Universities
Board Member, Adventist Colleges Abroad
Member, General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church Executive Committee
Member, Lake Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Executive Committee
Member, Rotary Club
Ongoing Consultations on independent church-related higher education in Southern Africa, India, Europe and Hong Kong