Associate University Librarian, William Jessup University
Adjunct Professor, William Jessup University
M.L.I.S Library and Information Science (2009) San Jose State University
M.A. Christian Apologetics (2004) Biola University
B.S. Psychology (2002) University of California, San Diego
My advanced degrees are in the two seemingly unrelated fields of Christian Apologetics and Library Science. The connection between the two is that both intersect with all human knowledge. Apologetics uses all human knowledge to argue for the veracity of the Christian worldview. Library science seeks to add value to human knowledge by preserving it and making it more accessible.
I like the diversity of Christians that can be found in this community, and that we have the common mission of creating a Christ centered university that, “Prepares Christians for leadership and service in church and society.”
Favorite Class to Teach
Strategies for Success (SPS), Discussing your Faith (TUG): both are introductory classes that are aimed at integrating faith with higher education to promote student success.