Faculty in the news
Our faculty are engaged and sharing their expertise as are our recent guest lecturers. Here are some recent stories.
Prof. Paul Nolette was interviewed by the Associated Press for a story on how President Trump supporter's view him a year after the election.
Prof. Ulrich Lehner discussed his new book, “God is not Nice: Rejecting Pop Culture Theology and Discovering the God Worth Living For.”
Coyne Lecturer, Dr. John Mather, 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics recipient, was featured on CBS 58.
Prof. Michael Schlappi used a Russian strain of domesticated rice to grow the plant on a plot in Mequon this year.
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