The Bryan Institute is hosting the Spring Symposium "The Role of Biology in Christian Liberal Arts Education". The Symposium begins with chapel speaker Dr. Jennifer Gruenke. For more information on the Spring Symposium click here.
Dr. Gruenke majored in biology at Bryan College and graduated in 1996. She studied the interaction between cells and the influenza virus in grad school, and earned her Ph.D. in Cell Biology from the University of Virginia in 2002. She has taught at various institutions of Christian higher education over the past 10 years, and is currently a professor at Union University in Jackson, TN. She also serves as the director of the Hammons Center for Scientific Studies at Union. She is interested in science, philosophy, theology, and the intersection of the three.
The Bryan College Chapel program exists to form students and employees into servants of Jesus through the shared experience of study (Phil. 4:8-9) and worship (John 4:23-24).