Henry Kuo began teaching at Greensboro College (Greensboro, NC) in 2020. In his capacity as assistant professor of theology and ethics, he has taught undergraduate courses in Bible, Christian ethics, business ethics, and graduate courses in systematic and constructive theologies, theological ethics, and church history. He is also involved with the Honors program at Greensboro College, co-teaching a great texts seminar on world literature from 350 BCE to 1600 CE. He received his Ph.D. in systematic and philosophical theology from the Graduate Theological Union in 2019 with a doctoral dissertation on Reformed ecclesiology, specifically focusing on deconstructing Reformed catholicity. Outside of Reformed ecclesiology, Henry has published articles on theology and ethics in journals such as Reformed World, Ecclesiology, Moral Philosophy and Politics, Journal of Religion and Business Ethics, and others. His other research foci include theological and ethical engagements with business and economics, theology and Confucian philosophies, Asian American histories and theologies, and local church histories. Although Henry does not identify with a specific denomination, he is broadly Reformed, having served at First Chinese Presbyterian Church in New York City since 2011. He completed his M.Div. at Princeton Theological Seminary and an M.A. in economics at the University of Illinois at Chicago. In addition to his teaching vocation, he also assists his brothers in running their investment business.