- Davidson College: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (1996)
- Covenant Theological Seminary: Master of Divinity (2008)
My current area of interest is ethnographic research on children as they develop understanding of morality, religion, and ethics. You will also find me involved in: Narrative reasoning, Scriptural Reasoning, Covenant Theology, Interfaith Dialogue, and Religious Liturgy.
The bulk of my teaching experience has taken place off Grounds. While being a full time PhD student, I taught for three years (one part time, two full time) in a local classical Christian school working with children from ages 9-18. I taught Latin, Logic, Math, and Bible.
I also served as a TA for RELG 3559: Faith and Community in the Abrahamic Religions, and intend to teach an upcoming UVA course (Summer 2015) called “The Personality of God.”
- 2011 Honorary Grant for Graduate Theological Studies (CTS)
- Wilber B. & Mary C. Wallis Scholarship (one student selected annually by the faculty who shows promise and interest in Greek New Testament) (CTS)