Student Scholar Days Returns to Campus

At Kuyper College, to reflect the light of Christ in an often-broken world means first being equipped with a strong biblical worldview, and this foundational principle also drives the work showcased annually at Student Scholar Days.

The event returned to campus on two Thursdays in early April and saw the Kuyper community gather in the Vos Chapel to hear students publicly share exciting academic projects that had been approached with Christian principles in mind.

The first day of presentations began with Thiara Herrera-Leiva, a senior in the Ministry Leadership program, who shared portions of her Greek exegetical work on 2 Corinthians 4:1-15.

“Why would I go through the trouble of learning my fourth language if the Bible is already translated,” she asked the audience. “It’s because Greek, like listening in on a phone call, offers us insights into the bigger picture of the biblical text.”

Next up that day was Business Leadership junior Prince Muleya. He analyzed three financial advisory firms from the perspective of the triple bottom line, which is the idea that Christians in the business world have three bottom lines to be concerned with: people, planet, and profit.

“The reason I chose to do this is because, for the past few weeks, poverty has been the primary topic in my Business Leadership capstone class. There are many ways to help people get out of poverty, but I think financial literacy is one of the most important ones,” he said.

The second day of presentations saw Jessica Pullen and Elizabeth Smith, both social work students, team up to share the results of their research into artificial intelligence and its uses in higher education. 

“Technology, and AI in particular, can be very hard topics, and we wanted to have an open discussion,” said Smith.

In her opening prayer on day two, Kelli Hoffman, Assistant Professor of Social Work and Director of Field Education, expressed the Kuyper community’s gratitude for the opportunity to gather and celebrate the students’ scholarly work.

“We thank You that we have this space to dive deep and engage these topics. We praise You for the students’ hard work this semester, their fortitude, and their deep insights into their topics,” she said.

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