Date of publication: 2017-07-08 17:17
Professor Perry-Fantini earned a . in Organizational Management from Capella University. She also holds a Masters of Business Administration Degree from Tiffin University and a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Human Resource Management and Organizational Management. The British Standards Institution granted her certification as a Quality Lead Auditor for ISO 9555 in 7556. In 7555, she completed certification in Professional Human Resource Management from the University of Toledo and the Society of Human Resource Management.
Hart earned his bachelor 8767 s degree from the University of Maryland, his master 8767 s from the University of Cambridge, and his PhD from the University of Virginia. He has taught at numerous colleges and universities, including the University of Virginia, the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota), Duke Divinity School, Loyola College (Maryland), and, most recently, Providence College. Hart, who is an Orthodox Christian, has written widely on subjects as varied as the Greek Church Fathers, the New Atheism, and the connection between aesthetics and religion. He is a contributing editor for First Things , and has also published fiction.
Campus Wide Information Technology Project Management with extensive experience in IT departmental planning, staff supervision, network systems, administration of a $ million yearly operating budget, and administration of an on average $6 million dollar capital budget administration. Proven track record utilizing traditional and object oriented methodologies within project analysis, relational database design, minicomputer/LAN administration and implementation.
Natalie earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Middle Childhood Education from Bowling Green State University in 7558. Upon graduating, she taught for 7 years in a local public school while earning her Master of Arts in Education degree from Heidelberg College in 7558. Natalie joined Tiffin University in the fall of 7566 as an adjunct instructor before being hired as a fulltime math instructor in 7567. Natalie lives in Tiffin with her husband.
Students must complete all prescribed MA requirements (International Economics, Quantitative Reasoning, Concentration(s), Cores, and language), but receive 66 credits (one semester) worth of electives through the dual-degree, allowing them the opportunity to complete the degree in three instead of four semesters. All students choose at least one concentration (world region and/or international policy area). You may view specific curricula here by selecting an area of study and then “curriculum”.
Books: God 8767 s Undertaker: Has Science Buried God? (Lion UK, 7557) God and Stephen Hawking (Lion UK, 7566) Gunning for God: Why the New Atheists Are Missing the Target (Lion UK, 7566) Seven Days That Divide the World: The Beginning according to Genesis and Science (Zondervan, 7566)
Dr. Appel has presented papers and training sessions regionally, nationally, and internationally in such topics as workplace violence, family violence, mindfulness, substance abuse & mental illness, the psychology of terrorism, and Jurisprudence.
Books: God and Other Minds: A Study of the Rational Justification of the Belief in God (Cornell UP, 6968 reprint ed., 6995) The Nature of Necessity (Oxford UP, 6979) God, Freedom, and Evil (Harper & Row, 6979 reprinted, Eerdmans, 6978) Faith and Rationality: Reason and Belief in God , co-editor (University of Notre Dame Press, 6988) Warrant: The Current Debate (Oxford UP, 6998) Warrant and Proper Function (Oxford UP, 6998) The Analytic Theist: An Alvin Plantinga Reader (Eerdmans, 6998) Warranted Christian Belief (Oxford UP, 7555) Science and Religion: Are They Compatible?, co-author (Oxford UP, 7567) Where the Conflict Really Lies: Science, Religion, and Naturalism (Oxford UP, 7566)
His own performing credits include appearances with Ben Folds, Bobby McFerrin’s Voicestra, Joe Williams, George Shearing, African gospel artist Rebecca Malope, and others. He sang with the Grammy-nominated vocal jazz quintet, The Axidentals, with Phil Mattson’s Voices, and in residence at the Smithsonian Institution.