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Doctoral Defenses, June, 2017

June defense

Congratulations to Rev. Dr. Anthony Ike who successfully defended his doctoral thesis on the afternoon of June 7th, at the Dodge House. Dr. Ike’s thesis is entitled, Jesus, Logotherapy & Igbo Worldview: Search for Meaning, and was supervised by… Continue reading

February Announcements

GTF Graduation in Review class of 2015Graduation Deadlines and Details

February 1st was the deadline for completion of all academic work and March 1st is the deadline for the fulfillment of all financial obligations for students planning on graduating in May, 2017.  If you have… Continue reading

Footnotes: Doctoral Defenses in March 2015

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Douglas Joe Anderson
Degree program: Ph.D.
“Betwixt and Between – A Metaxological Theory of Culture for Praxis in the Anthropology
of… Continue reading

Doctoral Defenses at the GTF (Winter 2015)

Congratulations to these GTF students who successfully defended their doctoral theses this year! Our March newsletter scheduled for release on March 18 will provide information on these students’ thesis titles along with more photos. If you don’t yet subscribe to… Continue reading

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… Continue reading

Foundation Footnotes: Doctoral Defenses

The Rev. Dr.  Mark Horton (center) with defense panelists, Dr. John Morgan (right) and Dr. Jim Wolfe.

The Rev. Dr. Mark Horton (center) with defense panelists, Dr. John H. Morgan (right) and Dr. Jim Wolfe.

The following GTF students have recently successfully defended their doctoral theses:

Rev. Dr. Mark Horton, Ph.D.
“Emerging Adulthood and the Search… Continue reading