A concise summary of my work experience and academic activity can be viewed on my Curriculum Vitae page.
This spring (2017) I will be the sole instructor of an Old Testament Introduction course for the Eastern Regional Ministry Course in Cambridge, a non-residential theological program of the Church of England. More recently I have served as the Greek Collections marker at the Faculty of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. I have also worked as a research assistant, and later a teaching assistant, for Dr. G. K. Beale at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. Along with Dan Brendsel, we co-authored a book entitled An Interpretive Lexicon of New Testament Greek (Zondervan, 2014), which can be purchased here. I also worked with Dr. Beale in his course in Acts & the Pauline Epistles (NT 223) and New Testament Introduction (NT 103). I also was the teaching assistant to Dr. Chris Fantuzzo in 2014 for his spring Hebrew III course (OT 013) at WTS.
I have had some administrative experience in higher education as well, serving as the institutional research assistant to Dr. Jeffery K. Jue. Aside from his work as professor of Church History, Jeff has served as the WTS provost since 2013. My work with the Provost’s Office team was to assist with the development of the mission and vision of WTS, including plans for campus and curriculum development. I also designed and helped to implement two new degree program formats at the ThM level.