PhD Student, Research Assistant with IDEALS (Interfaith Diversity Experiences and Attitudes Longitudinal Study), North Carolina State University
Kevin Singer is a PhD student at North Carolina State University and a research assistant for IDEALS, a nationwide study of worldview diversity across 122 colleges and universities. He also teaches religious studies courses at two Chicagoland area community colleges, and is co-founder of Neighborly Faith, an initiative that helps evangelical Christians become good religious neighbors to people of other faiths.Before coming to NC State, Kevin earned master's degrees in theology at Wheaton College and Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Aug 01, 2020 14:53 pm UTC| Business
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the inequity of the U.S. economy toward minority racial and ethnic groups. Research shows that successful entrepreneurship can help reduce the racial wealth disparity, especially for the...