Chris M. Wilson is a member of the Teacher Education Faculty. He attended Brigham Young University on a track scholarship, competing in the 800 meters and earned Academic All-Conference honors all four years. He received the Undergraduate Research and Creative Works Award from BYU in 1996 for research regarding school equity and non-traditional funding of schools. He has a bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education, a master’s degree in Educational Leadership, and has done doctoral studies in the field of Comparative International Educational.
Brother Wilson served his mission in Pusan, Korea, an experience that continues to provide spiritual and secular direction. Brother Wilson has co-authored two book chapters and currently is working on his major contribution to his field, a comparative study of North and South Korean education from 1950 to the present. He serves as bishop in his ward and as team lead to
the Cultural Foundations course, the Developing World. He and his wife Rebecca are the parents of eight children.