Professor of Foundations of Education and Director of MACSE Program
- Ph.D., 1994, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
- M.Ed., 1991, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
- BA, 1984, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX
- 2004-2010: Professor and Science Education Department Chair at the Institute for Creation Research Graduate School, Santee, CA
- 1997-2004: Associate Professor at Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX
- 1994-1997: Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC
- 1992-1994: Lecturer at Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
- Visiting Faculty Experience
- 2003: Origins and World Views, Koinonia Theological Seminary, Davao, Mindanao, Philippines
- 2002-2003: Curriculum Design in Science Education (graduate), Institute for Creation Research, Santee, CA
- 2002-2003: Science Methods using Technology (graduate), Institute for Creation Research, Santee, CA
- 1999: Instructional Design in Science Education (graduate), Institute for Creation Research, Santee, CA
- June 11-19, 2010: Mission trip to Merida, Mexico. Taught science lessons in classrooms, VBS, Sunday School, teacher training, and evangelism
- 2010: Texas Coordinator for National Day of Prayer
- 2004-2007: Associate Teaching Director and Teaching Director for Community Bible Study in Nacogdoches, TX
- 2004: Sunday School and Women's Bible Study, Grace Bible Church, Nacogdoches, TX
- 1995-1997: Sunday School Teacher Women's Class, Hickory Grove Baptist Church, Charlotte, NC
- 1992-1994: Sponsor and organizer of Christian Educator's Association International chapter for teachers and Pre-service teachers on Texas A&M's campus, College Station, TX
- 1985-1991: Sponsor and organizer of Higher Dimensions, a school sponsored Christian club in public schools, Watkins Jr. High and Labay Jr. High, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, Houston, TX
- 1988-1990: Sponsor and organizer of Houston chapter of Christian Educator's Association International
- 1979-1985: Pioneer Girls leader at local chapter, Cypress Bible Church, Houston, TX and counselor at camp in Athens, TX
- American Educational Research Association (AERA)
- Kappa Delta Pi
- National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
- National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST)
- Nason, P. (2009). Communicating the essentials: Developing science education curricula for today's Christian teacher. Acts & Facts, 8, 4-5.
- Nason, P. (2009). The iron grip of Darwinism. Acts and Facts, 38, 34-35.
- Nason, P. (2007). Science teachers violate NSTA standards of open inquiry,Daily Science Updates; online publication found at http://www.ICR.org.
- Nason, P. (2006). One of a kind creationist school launches online master's program. Online publication found at"http://www.answersingenesis.org/docs2006/0420icr.asp"
- Nason, P. (2000). McCune, S., Abel, C., Abel, Alexander, V., & Nason, P. (2000). Anatomy of an ExCET in Horn, R. A., & Kincheloe, J.L. (Eds.) American standards: Quality education in a complex world--The Texas Case. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.
- Nason, P.G. (1997). The impact of group interactions on meaning making while learning qualitative research methodology; chapter in E Stringer, Ed. Breaking the Boundaries. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
- Nason, P.G. (1996). Practicing scientists mentor preservice Science Teachers via Internet. Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 1996. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
- Wiseman, D. & Nason, P.L. (1995). The nature of interactions in a field-based teacher education program. Action in Teacher Education, 17(3), 11-23.
- Nason, P.G. (1994). Technology in a teacher education program. Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 1994. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
- Nason, P. (1993). Freedom to learn. Science Scope: Interdisciplinary Special Issue, 16(6), 9-12.
- SFASU Nominee for Faculty Achievement Award in Teaching, 2002
- SFASU Student Life Award. Division of University Affairs, 2001
- SFASU College of Education Teaching Excellence Award, March 30, 1999
- Married to Ken Nason
- Children: Nick, Nancy, Troy, Tressa, and Natalie