Across his career, Dr. George has made significant contributions to the fields of political and moral philosophy, legal scholarship, and bioethics. He has served on the US Commission on Civil Rights, on the President’s Council on Bioethics, as chairman of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom, and on UNESCO’s World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology. In addition to his prestigious role at Princeton, Dr. George is a frequent visiting professor at Harvard Law School, a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, and a published author of over 20 books, as well as countless more articles and essays. His work has led him to receive 22 honorary doctorates, a U.S. Presidential Citizens Medal, and awards for advancements in human rights, religious freedom, and teaching. Dr. George holds several high degrees, including a D.Phil. and a D.Litt. from Oxford University, and he is this year’s recipient of Biola University’s Charles W. Colson Conviction and Courage Award.