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Mr. Torland Cornelius-Adkins has entered the Doctor of Philosophy degree program with the Graduate Theological Foundation. He received his B.S. in Sociology from Radford University followed by a Masters in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. Mr. Cornelius-Adkins studied at Ohio State University where he received certification as a Sex Offender Therapist. He has most recently studied at the Institute for Clinical Social Work in Chicago, and currently serves as a Psychotherapist/Clinical Social Worker.
Rev. Fr. Andrew Hoyte has recently entered the Doctor of Mediation degree program. His bachelor’s degree in Pastoral Ministry and his bachelor’s degree in Christian Education were both awarded by the West Indies Theological College. Rev. Hoyte’s Master of Arts in Religion was earned through Memphis Theological Seminary, and his Master of Divinity was awarded by Cummins Memorial Theological Seminary. Rev. Hoyte currently serves as Minister of Religion.
Rev. Fr. Paul Nwaeze has enrolled in the Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Pastoral Psychotherapy degree program. He graduated from Seat of Wisdom Seminary with a Bachelor of Philosophy as well as a Bachelor of Theology. He received his Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University in New Brunswick. He currently serves as the pastor of a parish in Canada.
Mr. Joel Martinez Serrano is a newly enrolled student in the Ph.D. in Theological Studies degree program. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry through his studies at Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico. Mr. Martinez received certification in Biotechnology from Universidad de Puerto Rico en Arecibo. He continued his studies at CEDOC (El Centro de Estudios de los Dominicos del Caribe) by earning a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies. He currently is employed as a chemist.
Rev. Fr. Clement Nsini Umoenoh has begun his studies in the Doctor of Psychology in Pastoral Logotherapy program. He received a Bachelor of Philosophy degree from Bigard Memorial Seminary in Nigeria and also a Bachelor of Theology from the same institution. Rev. Umoehoh’s Master of Science in Theology was earned at St. John’s University in New York as was his Master of Science in Education. He works as a priest chaplain.