Syman Stevens studied physics at Furman University, and theoretical physics at the University of Cambridge. He then received a fellowship to the Trinity Fellows Academy, where his research focused on Christian approaches to scientific theories of human origins. During this time, he met Dr. Francis Collins, whom he helped to draft responses to a collection of most frequently asked questions about science and faith. After completing an MA in the philosophical foundations of physics at Columbia University, he assisted Dr. Collins in the early stages of establishing the BioLogos Foundation––first as Program Director, and later as Executive Director. In September of 2010, he moved to Oxford, England, where he completed his doctoral studies in the philosophy of physics. He is now serving as Director of the Trinity Fellows Academy in Royal Oak, MD.