Christopher Nitzband, a Blount County, Tennessee native, graduated from Alcoa High School (Alcoa, TN) in 2013, and will be entering his last semester as a Bachelor of Arts candidate at Bryan College (Dayton, TN). He is double majoring in Liberal Arts (Classical Studies focus) and in Philosophy & Culture, with minors in Greek and Biblical Studies. His primary focus undergraduate focus has been on research and writing (both academic and creative), and hopes to one day become a professional writer. A major field of interest to him is Heraclitean studies, and last semester he successfully submitted his liberal arts thesis in defense of a form of process panentheism in Heraclitean cosmology; he is due to submit his philosophy thesis, a reference work on Heraclitus, shortly before graduation in May. Along with his academic pursuits, he chairs the Bryan Ecumenical Council, and is treasurer of the Bryan College chapter of ΣΤΔ (English Honors Society). He has been involved in undergraduate research in conjunction with the Bryan Center for Undergraduate Research, and has submitted work to the annual Bryan Literary Contest. He works work-study for the Bryan I.T. Department, and is a T.A. for the Department of Christian Studies & Philosophy. Anyone wishing to contact Christopher about him or his work, may use the form on the Contact Page. A list of his major works can be found on the Works Page. For those, in the Knoxville-Chattanooga area, interested in private tutoring or some other variety of consulting, a full CV, set of references, and transcripts can be furnished upon request.