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Foundation Footnotes: Recent Doctoral Defenses

Pictured left to right, Rev. Dr. Bernard O'Connor, John Henry Cardinal Newman Professor of Theology and Ecclesial Mediation, Rev. Peter Akinrinwoye Akin-Otiko, JCL, Dr. John H. Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences, and Dr. Kendra Clayton, GTF President

Pictured left to right: Rev. Dr. Bernard O’Connor, John Henry Cardinal Newman Professor of Theology and Ecclesial Mediation; Rev. Peter Akinrinwoye Akin-Otiko, JCL; Dr. John H. Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences; and Dr. Kendra Clayton, GTF President

The Rev. Peter Akin-Otiko
Ph.D. in Pastoral Psychology
“Integrating the Personality Theories of Analytical Psychology into the Process of the Assessment of Suitability for Ecclesiastical Office in the Catholic Church in Nigeria”

Pictured left to right: (Left to right) GTF President, Dr. Kendra Clayton; Dr. Bernard O'ConnorJohn Henry Cardinal Newman Professor of Theology and Ecclesial Mediation; Dr. Michael Colvard who today defended his doctoral thesis; and Dr. John Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences

Pictured left to right: GTF President, Dr. Kendra Clayton; Dr. Bernard O’Connor, John Henry Cardinal Newman Professor of Theology and Ecclesial Mediation; Dr. Michael Colvard; and Dr. John Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences

Dr. Michael Colvard
Ph.D.
“Toward a Soporific Ethnomedicine Ministry of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem: ‘Fraternitas Hospitalaria’”

Pictured left to right: GTF President, Dr. Kendra Clayton; Dr. John Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences; Dr. Nancy Graham; and Dr. Bernard O'Connor, John Henry Cardinal Newman Professor of Theology and Ecclesial Mediation

Pictured left to right: GTF President, Dr. Kendra Clayton; Dr. John Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences; Dr. Nancy Graham; and Dr. Bernard O’Connor, John Henry Cardinal Newman Professor of Theology and Ecclesial Mediation

Dr. Nancy Graham
Ph.D. Foundation House/Oxford
“The DNA of African-American Spirituals and the Rehabilitation of George Pullen Jackson”

3 Responses to Foundation Footnotes: Recent Doctoral Defenses

    • GTF says:

      Thank you for your comment, Chaplain Wilson. Our apologies for this delayed response as we were on winter break for two weeks and are just now back work. You should be hearing from us by email soon.

  • Lincoln Sigwald, Ed.D. says:

    Congratulations to each of you on your well-earned accomplishments! I join you and the entire GTF extended family is celebrating this great achievement.