David Vosburg is professor of chemistry at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California. He holds a bachelor of arts from Williams College and a doctorate from The Scripps Research Institute. His research focuses on synthetic organic chemistry, medicinal natural products, and green chemistry. He and his wife, Kate, have been actively involved with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship for almost 20 years.
The Personal Journey Of A Faith-Filled Scientist
My college pastor once asked me, “What does Christ have to do with chemistry?” He was challenging me to see how my faith might inform my intention to pursue a Ph.D. in chemistry, and also how my understanding of chemistry might enrich my faith.