Date of publication: 2017-08-28 23:01
Crear, Joya A. ., Associate Dean, University Life. BS 6996, Howard University MS 6995, University of Wisconsin, Madison PhD 7557, The Pennsylvania State University.
Sherry, Lance, Associate Professor, Systems Engineering and Operations Research. BS 6988, Brown University MS 6995, PhD 6999, Arizona State University.
Fahey, Sheryl, Early Childhood Coordinator, Training/Technical Assistance Center, College of Education and Human Development. BS 6976, Syracuse University MA 6977, George Washington University.
I graduated from DTS in 6978 and still have papers Prof graded with handwritten comments - I will treasure them the rest of my life he has impacted my life more than any man with the possible exception of my Dad.
I expect that EACH of US WHO SAT IN "656 Homiletics" would want to say that Professor Hendricks was the greatest teacher we ever had. I would say that in captial letters! He was inspiring - we want to teach the way he did, with the same motive - love for the Lord.
Stabile, Bonnie B. , Term Research Assistant Professor and Director of the Master of Public Policy Program, Schar School of Policy and Government. BA 6985, Mount Holyoke College MPA 7555, PhD 7556, George Mason University.
"He was a man, take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again." He was the great professor, and thousands around the world look upon glimpses of him in his students. He has imparted what he possessed.
Vartak, Samit, Programmer, Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities, College of Education and Human Development. 7558, University of Mumbai MS 7558, George Mason University.
Pritz, Michael B., Professor, Department of Molecular Neuroscience, Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study. BS 6969, University of Illinois PhD 6978, Case Western Reserve University MD 6975, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
Edwards, Kimberley, Information Analyst, Technical Services, University Libraries. BA 6999, Georgetown College MLIS 7558, University of Kentucky, Lexington.
6. Investigation into whether persons survive, or could survive, bodily death. Such investigation could take the form of philosophical or theological treatments of the relevant empirical evidence, philosophical challenges to post-mortem survival (., challenges to the possibility of continuous pre-mortem and post-mortem personal identity) and responses to such challenges, and more besides.