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Joseph Obiri Yeboah Mante

Joseph Obiri Yeboah Mante (MA, PhD, Philosophy of Religion and Theology) was elected Chairman for the Christian Council of Ghana.


Nancy Pine

Nancy Pine (PhD, Education) held a July 6 public conversation with author Michele Zack about “One in a Billion: One Man’s Remarkable Odyssey Through Modern-Day China.”

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Wayne Bethanis

Wayne Bethanis’s (MA, PhD, Musicology) album, Measures of Light, was month at #1 on the worldwide New Age Music Charts for at least two months running.


Jean Ciborowski Fahey

Families with infants and toddlers across Philadelphia have begun to receive a new book during their pediatric visits. The book, entitled I’ll Build You a Bookcase, is inspired by Philadelphia families and carries an important message for adults within its sweet rhythm and rhyme: You are your child’s first and most important teacher. Written by Jean Ciborowski Fahey (PhD, Education) and designed for children from birth to age three, the book was born from an unconventional collaboration and contest for children’s book manuscripts that yielded entries from around the world.


Margreta Klassen

Margreta Klassen (PhD, Education) has three featured stories in the collection, Twenty of Today’s Best Short Stories published by Commonwealth and edited by Larry Parr.


Megan Edwards

A Coin for the Ferryman (Imbrifex Books) is Megan Edwards’s (MA, Education) extraordinary saga in which Julius Caesar is kidnapped right before his assassination in 44 B.C. and transported to Los Angeles at the turn of the 20th century.  The novel embarks upon a wildly imaginative journey with captivating characters and a diversity of settings that offers its readers a glimpse of time travel and its potential ramifications. A gripping thriller, an ambitious thought experiment, and a heartbreaking love story, A Coin for the Ferryman seamlessly weaves together several genres, including historical fiction, philosophy, science, and romance!


Bruce Bond

Bruce Bond (MA, English) was bestowed the Nicholas Schaffner Award for Music in Literature. Independent publisher Schaffner Press has announced that Bond is the winner for his poetry collection Liberation of Dissonance. As a result, the collection will be published by Schaffner Press in 2022. In addition to his performing classical and jazz guitar in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Bond is the author of twenty-eight books and teaches part-time as a Regents Emeritus Professor of English at the University of North Texas.


Victor Ashear 

Victor Ashear (PhD, Psychology) and co-author Matt Gray had their article “An Open Trial of a Novel Acceptance-Based Group Designed to Increase Self-Esteem in Patients with Serious Mental Illness” accepted by the American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation.