Gregory I. Simpson
Dr. Gregory I. Simpson, born in Glasgow Scotland, grew up in Kingston Jamaica, spent over 25 years as a research scientist and educator, completing doctoral and post doctoral training in Organic Chemistry from the University of the West Indies and in genomic physiology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, Massachusetts. Currently pursuing ordained ministry in the Presbyterian Church, Dr. Simpson is entering his 3rd year at Union Theological Seminary, is the incoming co-chair of the student senate and co-founder of the Theology, Science and Religion Caucus. Dr. Simpson has a deep passion for unearthing the theological underpinnings that are at the heart of the religion versus science divide and is a staunch advocate for a renewed understanding of the social justice issues that surround climate change and environmental degradation.
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