Research Assistants


Christopher Greene
Research Assistant, 2017-Present

Christopher Greene is native to the Boston area where he grew up on the Northshore. He received his Bachelors of Science in Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and is most grateful for his time studying abroad in Nepal on Buddhist and Hindu sacred art and philosophy and assisting in guiding a meditation group for fellow undergraduate students. Christopher is currently a Master’s of Divinity student at Boston University School of Theology with interdisciplinary interests in ecology, mysticism, neuroscience, spirituality, and holistic wellness. Outside of the classroom or research lab, Christopher enjoys competitive and recreational sports, music production and composition, and writing poetry. You can read some of Christopher’s poetry and other pieces here and here.

David Schulz
Research Assistant, 2017-Present

David grew up in Wisconsin and regularly defends the Midwest against its coastal critics. After studying Mathematics and Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he went on to teach English for a year in rural Austria. Now he is in Boston studying Theology (MDiv) at Boston University. He is interested in an array of topics within the nexus of religion and philosophy, including but not limited to philosophical theology, comparative religion, mysticism, and hermeneutics. David enjoys biking around the city, cooking, coffee, yoga, reading, but more than anything else, spending time with friends.