Since its inauguration in 2008, the King Institute for Faith and Culture has sought to foster conversation about things that matter, joining town and gown as we bring guests who work at the intersections of Christian faith and culture: artists and ministers, scholars and writers, politicians and prophets.
With an Army General for a father, Wendy Traynor grew up on both coasts of the United States, in the Midwest, and in Germany. After studying at North Georgia College, she and her husband continued to be peripatetic, and have lived in Alaska, New York, Georgia, South Carolina, and now Tennessee. She has taught math to just about everyone: at middle school, high school, adult education, community college, and the university level.
She specializes in Mathematics Education, and regularly presents at Mathematics Education conferences. She serves as faculty advisor for the Women in STEM Club, the baseball team, and the women’s volleyball team.
Away from King, she enjoys fly fishing in the South Holston River and cheering for the Atlanta Falcons.
Time and Location
Monday, December 2, 9:15 (King Memorial Chapel)
The Fall 2019 King University Faculty Lecture