In addition to my own research/course work, I also am involved as both a Teaching Assistant and as a Research Assistant moreover, I have taught two courses at the United Theological College (at McGill University), one on the Pentateuch and one on the Psalter. I will be teaching the Pentateuch course at the Montreal Diocesan Theological College this spring (also at McGill University). I have been accepted as an adjunct lecturer at McGill this summer, and will be teaching an undergrad course on the 'Primeval History' in Genesis 1-11. In addition to this, I am in the early stages of organizing an archaeological dig in Israel (as political conditions allow) for graduate students at the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill next May or June. Finally, I will be presenting research papers this spring/summer at the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies at the University of Western Ontario as well as at the American Academy of Religion's Eastern International Meeting held this year at McGill University. I also hold a student membership in the Society of Biblical Literature.
My experience at NABC/Taylor generated an initial and now growing interest in the ancient languages, cultures and history of the (Hebrew) Bible. What had taken root in 1999 has now grown into academic passion and, hopefully, a career that will touch lives in a similar way to how mine was touched at Taylor. Many thanks are due to Tyler Williams for his support and advice during my studies in Edmonton; he is to be especially acknowledged for his commitment to the academic integrity of both Taylor University College and Seminary, all while maintaining his signature jovial attitude toward his students.