Ned Keller earned his B.S. in Chemistry, B.A. in Physics and Ph.D. from the University of Kansas. At Cornerstone, he enjoys the opportunity to unpack the mysteries of creation with his students. He desires to help them study, understand and apply science to impact their world.
Keller was awarded a research fellowship from NASA to fund three years of study on Comet Halley and Saturn’s largest moon, Titan. He has been inducted into the physics honor society, Sigma Pi Sigma. Keller’s professional interests include space physics and the intersection of nature and supernature. He currently has 12 scientific articles published.
Keller’s interests outside of work include missions and intercultural ministries, mentoring, reading and vegetable gardening. He and his wife enjoy biking the trails of Kent County and relaxing on Mackinaw Island.