Dr. Thomas Key, Ph.D., Sc.D., Ed.D. (Biology) has served as a Biology Professor for years. He has taught at Southern Methodist University, Oglethorpe University, Ball State University, Mercer University, as well as others. He has lived in states from coast to coast and from border to border and has traveled in several countries. Dr. Key is currently semi-retired and serving as a part time minister.
Degrees include: BA, MA, MRE, Ph.D., Sc.D., and Ed.D. (Biology).
Honors include: Georgia Governor's Board of Ecology; Decree of Merit from International Biographical Centre at Cambridge, England; Research Board of Advisers 2000 of American Biographical Institute; Personalities of the South; Department of Defense Office of Civil Defense at Staff College, Battle Creek , Michigan (Radiological Defense Officer); Radiological Monitoring for Instructors; included in 2000 Outstanding Scholars of the 20th Century; SIGMA ZETA Honorary Science Society; Fellow of American Scientific Affiliation; Research Board of Advisers of American Biographical Association.
A few organizational memberships (past and present) include: Phi Delta Kappa Honorary; Member of China Mission Board; Lamplighter's 98 Leadership in a Time of Change; American Association for the Advancement of Science; Atlanta Area Microbiology Association, etc.
Author of several books and numerous articles.
Family: Wife (Mary, deceased), two daughters (Carolyn and Martha), two
Grand Daughters (Angela and Michelle), one Son-in-Law (Aaron).