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New Students

Students who were accepted and who activated their accounts in November are included in the following list.  Students accepted and activated in December will be listed in the January newsletter.  Applicants who signed the privacy statement on their application form and were subsequently accepted to the GTF are excluded from lists of newly accepted students released each month.  

Ms. Elizabeth Muguluma has entered the Ph.D. degree program.  She studied hospital administration at the Royal College of Nursing and Nursing Council in London.  A Bachelor of Science in general nursing degree was earned at University of Arkansas for Medical Science.  This was followed by a Master of Arts in legal studies from Webster University in Missouri.  Ms. Muguluma also received a master’s degree in management and leadership from Capella University.  She is currently the executive director of a non-profit organization.

Rev. John-Baptist Okai has begun his studies for the Doctor of Ministry in Applied Ministries.  He received his Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Spiritan School of Philosophy in Nigeria.  His Master of Divinity was earned at Newman Theological College & St. Joseph Seminary in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  Rev. Okai also studied at Aquinas Institute of Theology in Missouri.

Rev. Thomas Pendrick has entered the Ph.D. in Theological Studies degree program.  He received a Bachelor of Arts in theology from St. Peter’s College and a Master of Divinity in theology from Seton Hall University.  He is a high school chaplain and teacher.