Recipient of a 2006 Graves Award in the Humanities for excellence in teaching. Chair of the Core 150 program; chair of the British and Ireland Study Abroad Program.
Publications include: The McCulloch Manuscripts of the Cambuslang Revival (1742): A Critical Edition. Edinburgh: The Scottish History Society, 2011 - two volumes (forthcoming); "Touched by the Fire: Presbyterians and Revival," in Theology Matters, Vol. 6, Number 2 (March/April 2000).
Presentations include: "Wounded by the Arrow of Conviction: Experimental Religion and Calvinist Conversion in Eighteenth-Century Scotland," at the annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C. (2010); "Making History: Facilitating Student Engagement with Archival Materials," at the Northwest Archivist Association Annual Conference/Northwest History and Heritage Conference, Portland, Ore. (2009); "Converted at Cambuslang: Experimental Religion in Scotland’s Age of Reason," at the annual Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture: Secularization and Revival: The Fate of Religion in Modern Intellectual History, Baylor University, Waco, Texas (2009); "Digging Deeper: Tools for Mining the Riches of the Scriptures (Parts I & II)," at the Presbytery Training Event, Presbytery of the Inland Northwest (2006); presented "The McCulloch Manuscripts of the Cambuslang Revival, 1742: Scotland’s First Oral History Project," at the Pacific Northwest American Academy of Religion Conference (2006).
Bibliographical contribution to The Works of Jonathan Edwards: The "Miscellanies" (Yale: Yale University Press, 2002).