The Toward the Quadrivium event is fast approaching!
This week on Leigh!@Lunch, Leigh will interview James D. Nickel, one of the speakers at the 2012 Toward the Quadrivium event. Please visit the link above to learn more about the TTQ event and register now!
James D. Nickel holds degrees in mathematics (B.A., Fresno State University), theology (B.Th. and B.Miss. Bethany College of Missions), and education (M.A., Valley Christian University). He is the author of Mathematics: Is God Silent? (Ross House,  2001) and Lift Up Your Eyes on High: Understanding the Stars (Christian Liberty Press, 1999).
Professor Nickel has worked in the fields of mathematics and computer science in a wide variety of contexts, including for the US Navy as a mathematical analyst designing code to analyze radar flight data of the F-14A Tomcat and the Tomahawk Cruise Missile. He is currently a full-time consultant and teaches a wide variety of mathematics courses as a member of the math faculty of The Potter's School.
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