Semlink Teaching Fellows are students of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary who have demonstrated outstanding ability within their specific discipline and intend to pursue further study leading to careers in academia. Together with the mentoring professors they generate the Integration Questions that are posted in the online forums, and they provide e-mail Conversation Starters on each course homepage in order to nurture an increased level of interactivity and community for our Semlink courses. Working closely with the faculty who lecture and mentor the courses, Teaching Fellows act as the first line of contact for questions related to your course.
The Semlink Teaching Fellows are assigned to the eight general Semlink disciplines as follows. Click on any of the links below to view biographical information.
Applied Ministry: Marina Stetsenko
Church History: Joshua Lott
Greek: Sam Rogers
Hebrew: William "Trey" Nation
Ministry of the Church: Jairus Hallums
New Testament Studies: Sam Rogers
Old Testament Studies: William "Trey" Nation
Theology: Spencer Kyle Johnson