category: Recognition

Jay Zimmer, M.S.

Assistant Professor of Biology, Department of Natural Sciences

Gardner-Webb professor uses science to bring Easter to life Jay Zimmer and Madison Massie were asked to do an interview for Spectrum News 1 (Charlotte, NC) to discuss the physical sufferings of Jesus. The story was titled “Gardner-Webb professor uses science to bring Easter to life” and it aired on Easter Sunday (March 31, 2024).

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    Stacie Smith, M.S.

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    Lane Wesson, PhD

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