Ned Keller

Professor of Science and Kinesiology, Science & Mathematics Division Chair

Faculty Positions:

Traditional Undergrad Academics - Kinesiology, Science, Engineering & Mathematics

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Bio

At Cornerstone, Ned 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. He has published 12 scientific articles.

Campus Involvement

  • Core Committee Member
  • Core Course Coordinator (SCI-311)

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Kansas
  • B.A., Physics, University of Kansas
  • B.S., Chemistry, University of Kansas

Hobbies

—Missions and intercultural ministries
—Mentoring
—Reading
—Vegetable gardening
—Biking the trails of Kent County
—Relaxing on Mackinac Island

Interests

—Space physics
—Intersection of nature and supernature