BS, Bradley University (1990)
Ph. D., University of Kentucky (1997)
High Energy Physics, Lattice Gauge Theory
Dr. Christensen joined the faculty as an Associate Professor in math and physics at Thomas More in the fall of 2007, after about eight years teaching similar courses in Texas. In 2010, he became the Director of the QEP on Critical Thinking (for five years). In 2014, he stepped into the role of Assistant Dean of the College, which was re-titled as Associate Provost when Thomas More College became Thomas More University. Shortly after a promotion to Professor, he became Dean of the St. Elizabeth College of Natural and Health Sciences, the position he currently holds.
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