Prof. Angie Burks - Part 1
Can there be meaning in suffering?
A conversation with Prof. Angie Burks
In this episode we interview Professor Angie Burks. Prof. Burks is a graduate of the University of Michigan, Boston University School of Law and was a Community Builder Fellow at the Harvard's JKF School. She is a Senior Lecturer within OSU's College of Engineering and has presented at the state and national level on engineering ethics and the legal liabilities of electronic communication.
Her Negotiations course within Northeastern University's distance learning program has been delivered to over 800 graduate students and executives in four parts of the world, including Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
She was nominated three times for Indiana University's Trustees Teaching Excellence Award and twice for Ohio State's Provost's Award for Distinguished Teaching by a Lecturer. She notes that the most important experience in her life was growing up in the Sunday School program at Second Baptist Church in Columbus, Indiana.
In this first episode of our interview with her, we ask her about her work at Ohio State, her spiritual journey, and her experience of suffering.
To learn more about Prof. Burks, visit her fellow profile for The Thompson Institute: https://thethompsoninstitute.org/about/faculty-fellows/angie-burks
The Walk is a production of The Thompson Institute, a program of Cru at Ohio State
Produced by Aaron Badenhop & Jordan Browning
Edited by Seth Costello & Lukas Moreland
Music by Jordan Browning
Special thanks to Prof. Angie Burks