Jean has been with Global Scholars Canada since 2019 and is currently looking at his options for teaching employment on campuses around the world. COVID has certainly slowed down the process. Presently Jean is an Associate Professor at Laval University – Ecole de Theologie Evangelique du Quebec (ETEQ).
For the past two decades Jean has either taught classes or given lectures in Canada, Armenia, Geneva, France, U.S.A, South Africa, and India. He has a passion for ministering to students of different countries and cultures.
With a recent completion of his second PhD, Jean now holds doctorates in both Theology and Physics. He is looking forward to his next season of transnational campus ministry, and for now is quite happy to continue teaching in Montreal.
TWO DECADES OF TRANSNATIONAL CAMPUS MINISTRY
Lake Sevan Seminary, Armenia
Church of North India Seminary, Ahmedabad, India
University of Geneva with PhD candidates
Vasad Methodist Seminary, Vasad, India
With students in Armenia
ETEQ library in Montreal
Jean earned a PhD in Theology – Biblical Studies from the University of Geneva, a Post-Graduate Degree in Biblical Studies from the Catholic Institute of Paris (ICP) in 2004, an MDiv in Theology with a Concentration on Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary in 1990.
Jean conducted Post-Doctorate work in Condensed Matter Theoretical Physics at the University of Southern California and University of Urbana, earned a PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from the University of Paris-Sud in 1985 (working with Prof. A. Fert, Physics Nobel Prize, 2007), and both Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from the University of Toulouse.