JBU Biology Professor Greuel Elected Fellow of the ASA

JBU Biology Professor Dr. Brian Greuel

JBU Biology Professor Dr. Brian Greuel

Siloam Springs, Ark. (August 28, 2008) — John Brown University Biology Professor Dr. Brian Greuel has been elected Fellow of the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) by the ASA. The honor was announced at the annual ASA meeting at George Fox University in Newberg Oregon, August 1-4, 2008. “We are pleased that Dr. Greuel has received this richly deserved recognition,” said Dr. Cal Piston, division chair of natural science at John Brown University. “He has been a leader in our academic division both in scientific research and developing the understanding of the integration of science with Christian faith.” Greuel, who has taught Biology at JBU for 11 years, is one of five that joined the current list of 171 Fellows. “This honor recognizes his stature in the scientific community, his contributions to issues of science and Christian faith, and his support of the ASA,” said Randy Isaac, Executive Director of the ASA. The ASA is a fellowship of men and women of science and disciplines who share a common fidelity to the Bible and a commitment to integrity in the practice of science. ASA was founded in 1941 and has grown significantly since that time. The stated purpose of the ASA is “to investigate any area relating Christian faith and science” and “to make known the results of such investigations for comment and criticism by the Christian community and by the scientific community.”

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