David Vosburg is an associate professor of chemistry at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California and a Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar. His research focuses on synthetic organic chemistry, medicinal natural products, green chemistry, and the relationship of science and Christianity. He convenes the Claremont Christian Scholars, and his family of five loves visiting castles and cathedrals.
I was already committed to pursue a PhD in chemistry when I attended my first Urbana in 1996. I was an undergraduate student looking for wisdom and for ways to grow in my heart for missions as I entered graduate school.