"Through the Baylor in Greece trip, my heart was reminded of the call as Christians to engage in missions and the gospel in every action of life and that, to truly live, we must wear the lens of Christ, knowing that what is seen is fading, but what is unseen will remain."
While the education I have received through Baylor has been stellar, it is clear after this summer that nothing can substitute for real laboratory experience when it comes to the basic sciences. The experience I had with Dr. Zhan’s research laboratory was monumental in the progression of my education.
"In the last years of the Weimar Republic, Karl Mannheim, an influential sociologist, argued that a new type of person had recently arisen in the Western world: the intellectual," writes Alan Jacobs, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Humanities in Baylor’s Honors Program, in an essay for Harper's Magazine. 'These were people 'whose special task is to provide an interpretation of the world,' to 'play the part of watchmen in what otherwise would be a pitch-black night.'"