I knew then just as I know now that he was ahead of his time. He pushed for integrated studies in Science, Technology and Society.
He showed up at a demo of hologram which is now being worked into 3-D Telepresence. Along with his wife and colleagues from all over the world, he quietly developed Material Research Lab up the hill near Beaver Stadium.
But his most enduring and endearing influence on my life was that of his house church. The Sycamore Community signed on to be my sponsor to provide some cushion from “culture shock”. (On the way to University Park, we even stopped to pick up a hitch hiking student, who looked like he just had lunch at “Alice Restaurant”). I was “clueless” among the giants. On one Wednesday…
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