Taylor Halverson focuses his teaching, research, and professional work on helping others become lifelong learners. Being creative and innovative are core skills and attributes of lifelong learners. Taylor works full-time as an Entrepreneurship Professor in the BYU Marriott School of Business and as the Mentoring Coordinator in the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology helping students and faculty discover and solve business problems. Taylor is the founder and co-chair of the BYU Creativity, Innovation, and Design group.
Education: BA in Ancient Near Eastern Studies, MA in Biblical Studies, MS in Instructional Systems Technology, PhD in Judaism and Christianity in Antiquity, PhD in Instructional Systems Technology.
Taylor's teaching, research, and professional work spans a variety of fields: (1) Innovation, design, and creativity, including entrepreneurship; (2) Educational and learning technologies, including technology integration with teaching and learning; (3) Accessibility and applicability of the scriptures and scripture scholarship, including visualizations.