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FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
PROFESSOR RIFFAT HASSAN

B. A. Double Honors in English and Philosophy (University of Durham, England), Ph. D on “The Main Philosophical Ideas in the Writings of Muhammad Iqbal, 1877-1938″ (University of Durham), Doctor of Humane Letters (Lombard Meadville Theological School, Chicago) Read More

ADMINISTRATOR
MIRZA ASLAM BEG

B. Com (Karachi, University, Pakistan), M. B. A. (Institute of Business Administration, Karachi, Pakistan) Read More

SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE
REV. DR. JOSEPH BRENNAN

Master of Divinity (St. John’s Seminary, Brighton), Master of Social Work (University of Puerto Rico), Ph. D in Social Work Administration (Catholic University of America, Washington D.C.) Read More

DIRECTOR & COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR
DR. DENNIS NEYMAN

B. A. in Interdisciplinary Social Science (University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida), M. A. in Applied Linguistics (University of South Florida), Ph. D. in Special Education (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) Read More

ART DIRECTOR
MEHRUNNISA HASSAN

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR
SARA (SALLY) SEYAL

RN, BSN, CCRN (Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois) Read More

ADVISORS
JOSEPH GRANT

JOSEPH GRANT studied Philosophy, Mission Studies and Theology (Missionary Institute, London, England), Master of Divinity with a Specialization in Cross-Cultural Ministry (Catholic Theological Union, Chicago) Read More

PROFESSOR DAVID HORVATH

B. A. in American History and Philosophy (Mercyhurst College, Erie, Pennsylvania), M. A. in Museum Studies (State University of New York Oneonta) Read More

CONSULTANTS
SISTER KATHRYN HUBER, OSB

B. S. in Elementary Education (St. Benedict College, Ferdinand, Indiana), M. S. in Elementary Education (University of Dayton, Ohio), M. A. in Pastoral Studies and Spirituality (Loyola University, Chicago) Read More

REV. CYNTHIA JO (“C. J”) WRIGHT

B. A. in Education (equivalency requirements completed at Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana, St. Louis Community Colleges, St. Louis, Missouri, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri), Bachelor in Divinity & Pastoral Care (Samaritan Institute for Religious Studies, Denton, Texas), Associate of Science in Human Services (University of Kentucky, Jefferson County Extension, Louisville, Kentucky), ordained in Christian Ministry through the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (1997), ordained as Interfaith Minister (Rainbow Spiritual Education Center, Louisville, 2002) Read More

FACILITATORS
JAMES AALEN

B. A. (Magna Cum Laude) in English and Communications, (Bellarmine University, Louisville), Advanced Studies in Theology, Sacred Scripture and Greek (Catholic Theological Union, Chicago) Read More

KYLE THOMAS KRAMER

Double B. A. (Summa Cum Laude) in Religious Studies and Germanic Studies (Indiana University, Bloomington), Master of Divinity (Summa Cum Laude) (Candler School of Theology, Emory University) Read More

REV. DR. DONNA T. MORTON

B.A. in Political Science, Juris Doctor (Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville), Master of Divinity (Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary), Doctor of Ministry (Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary) Read More

SOPHIE MAEIR

B. A. in English (University of Evansville, Evansville, Indiana), M. A. in Political Science (University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky), Master of Science in Library Science (University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky) Read More

PROFESSOR MATTHEW PIERCE

B. A. (Magna Cum Laude), in Biblical Studies (Bryan College, Dayton, Tennessee), Ph. D in Islamic Studies (Boston University) Read More

GESHE KALSANG RAPGYAL

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REV. DIANE SNOWA

B. A. in English (Keuka College, Keuga Park, New York), Master of Arts in Teaching (Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri), Master of Divinity (Eden Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri) Read More

REV. WALTER SNOWA

B. A. in History, Philosophy and Religion (Catawba College, Salisbury, North Carolina), Master of Divinity in Theology (Lancaster Theological Seminary, Lancaster, Pennsylvania), M. A. in Education (Asian Studies) (Union Theological Seminary, New York). Read More

ELLEN WADE

B. A. in Sociology (Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio) Read More

ANNE WALTER

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FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS
PROFESSOR SARAH BROWN

B. A. in English (College of William and Mary, Willliamsburg, Virginia), Masters of Art in Teaching (University of Louisville), Ph. D in English (Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio) Read More

PROFESSOR ADEL ELMAGHRABY

B. S. in Computer Science (Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt), Graduate Diploma, Planning Statistics, Faculty of Economics, Cairo University, Cairo, Graduate Diploma, Planning Techniques, Institute of National Planning, Cairo, Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, thesis on “Basic Needs Index: Delphi Application (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Ph. D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, thesis on “Socio-economic model for Mexican oil production planning” (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Read More

IRA GRUPPER

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MAKESHA LAUN

B. A. in French (University of Louisville), M. A. in French (University of Louisville) Read More

ANEESAH NU‘MAN

B. A. in English (University of Louisville), M. A. in Education (Indiana Wesleyan University, Louisville), M. A. (Spalding University, Louisville) Read More

FELICIA NU‘MAN

B. A. in Liberal Arts (University of Louisville), Juris Doctor (Emory University School of Law) Read More

KENNETH STAMMERMAN

B. A. in Mathematics (Bellarmine University, Louisville), M. A. in Economics (University of Wisconsin-Madison), M. A. in Theology (St. Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology, St. Meinrad, Indiana) Read More

LANE STUMLER

B. A. in Education (Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana); Bachelor of Architecture (Temple University, Philadelphia) Read More

BARBARA WOOLLEY

B. A. in Social Work (School of Social Work, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia) Read More

KEY PRESENTERS
RABBI DAVID ARIEL-JOEL

M. A. in Jewish Studies (Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Jerusalem), M. A. in Jewish Philosophy (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) Read More

PROFESSOR BRADLEY BOWMAN

B. A. in History (Bellarmine University, Louisville), M. A. in Middle Eastern Studies (University of Texas in Austin), Ph. D in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations (University of Chicago) Read More

PROFESSOR JOHN BUSCH

B. A. in Sociology (Indiana University Bloomington), M. A. in Sociology (Indiana University Bloomington), Ph. D. in Sociology (Indiana University Bloomington) Read More

PROFESSOR GREGORY HUTCHESON

B. A. in Spanish and French (Rutgers University), M. A. in Spanish (Harvard University), Ph. D in Spanish (Harvard University) Read More

REV. DR. DEREK PENWELL

Bachelor of Religious Education in Languages and New Testament (Great Lakes Christian College, Delta Township, Michigan), Master of Religious Education in Church History (Emmanuel Theology Seminary, Raleigh, North Carolina), Master of Divinity (Lexington Theological Seminary, Kentucky), Doctor of Ministry (Lexington Theological Seminary), Ph. D in Humanities (University of Louisville) Read More

PROFESSOR MARCIA SEGAL

B. A. in Social Science (Harpur College, Binghampton University, New York), M. A. in Sociology (Columbia University), Ph. D in Sociology (Indiana University Bloomington) Read More

REV. PROFESSOR JOHANNA van WIJK-BOS

Master of Philosophy in Church History (Leiden University, The Netherlands), Master of Philosophy in Biblical Studies (Union Theological Seminary, New York), Ph. D in Biblical Studies (Union Theological Seminary) Read More

PRESENTERS
REV. PROFESSOR ELIZABETH HINTON-HASTY

B. A. in History (William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri), Master of Divinity (Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Louisville), Ph. D in Theological Ethics (Union Presbyterian Seminary, Richmond, Virginia) Read More

DR. MARY HORA

B. A. in History and English with highest distinction, M. A. in History (University of Toronto), Ph.D. in History (University of Toronto); Juris Doctor cum laude, (University of Louisville, Kentucky) Read More

KEVIN KARL

B. A. in Philosophy (Seminary of St. Pius X, Erlanger, Kentucky), Master of Divinity (St. Meinrad School Seminary and School of Theology, St. Meinrad, Indiana), Master of Applied Spirituality (University of San Francisco), Master of Science in Social Work (University of Louisville) Read More

PROFESSOR FARIBA KASHAN

B. A. in Economics (University of Shahid Beheshti, Tehran, Iran), M. A. in Economics (University of Shahid Beheshti, Tehran), M. A. in Mathematics (University of Louisville), Ph. D in Applied Mathematics (University of Louisville) Read More

PROFESSOR JOHN McLEOD

B. A. (with high distinction) in History and Linguistics (University of Toronto), M. A. in History (University of Toronto), Ph. D. in History (University of Toronto) Read More

PROFESSOR MARYAM MOEZZEN

B. A. in Persian Language and Literature (Ferdowsi University, Mashhad, Iran), M. A. in Persian Language and Literature (University of Tehran, Iran), Ph. D in Persian Language and Literature (University of Tehran), Ph. D in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations (University of Toronto) Read More

PROFESSOR EDWIN SEGAL

B. A. in Social Science (Harpur College, Binghampton University, New York), M. A. in Anthropology (Indiana University Bloomington), Ph. D in Anthropology (Indiana University Bloomington) Read More

PROFESSOR MARY ANN STENGER

B. A. in Religion (Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin), Ph. D in Religion (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) Read More

IMAM AZAM EFENDIRA AND HIS ZIKR GROUP

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NINA FOX

Bachelor of Science in Social Science (Spalding University, Louisville), Master of Science in Social Work (University of Louisville ) Read More

SHAIKHA CAMILLE HELMINSKI

B. A. in Studio Art, minors in English and Comparative Religion (Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts), Honorary doctorate in Arabic awarded by the University of Damascus, through the World Union of Writers in Paris. Read More

SHAIKH KABIR HELMINSKI

B. A. in World Religions (Wesleyan University, Middleton, Connecticut), M. A. in Transpersonal Studies (Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, now Sophia University, Palo Alto, California), Honorary Ph. D in Literature (Selcuk University, Konya, Turkey) Read More

CANTOR DAVID LIPP

Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance (University of Minnesota), Master of Sacred Music (Cantors Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York) Read More

SISTER ANITA LOUISE LOWE,OSB

B. A. in English (Brescia University, Owensboro, Kentucky), Master of Arts in Theology (University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana) Read More

DR. M. SALEEM SEYAL

MD, FACC, FACP, M. B. B. S. (Nishtar Medical College, Multan, Pakistan), Board-certified in cardiology and Fellow of the American College of Cardiology Read More

GUEST PRESENTERS AND PANELISTS
REV. MARY SUE BARNETT

B. A. in English Literature (University of Louisville), M. A. in Religious Studies (Spalding University, Louisville), Master of Arts in Religion in Biblical Studies/Hebrew Bible (Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary) Read More

PROFESSOR PAMELA BEATTIE

B. A. in History and Classics (Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan), M. A. in Medieval Studies (University of Toronto), Licentiate in Medieval Studies (The Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies (Toronto), Ph. D in Medieval Studies (University of Toronto) Read More

REV. PROFESSOR CHARLES BROCKWELL

B. A. in History and Philosophy (Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina), Bachelor of Divinity in Biblical Studies (Harvard Divinity School), Ph. D in Medieval Europe and Wesley Studies (Duke University) Read More

REV. PROFESSOR SHANNON CRAIGO-SNELL

B. A. in Theatre Studies and English Literature (Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina), Master of Divinity (Yale Divinity School), M. A. in Religious Studies (Yale University). Master of Philosophy (Yale University), Ph. D in Religious Studies (Yale University) Read More

REV. FATHER EUGENE HENSELL

B. A. in English (St. Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology, St. Meinrad, Indiana), M. A. in Biblical Languages and Literature (St. Louis University, Missouri), Ph. D in Biblical Languages and Literature (St. Louis University) Read More

REV. FATHER SEBASTIAN MACDONALD

C. P. Doctor of Sacred Theology (The Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Rome) Read More

MELANIE HUGHES

B. A. in English Literature and Jewish Studies (Indiana University Bloomington), Master of Library Science (Indiana University Bloomington), M.B.A. (Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana) Read More

SIDDIQUE MALIK

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PROFESSOR SAMUEL MARCOSSON

B. S. in Political Science (Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois), Juris Doctor (Yale Law School) Read More

RABBI LAURA METZGER

B. A. in Religion (University of Pennsylvania), M. A. in Hebrew Literature (Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati, Ohio), Doctor of Divinity (Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion) Read More

PROFESSOR NATALIE POLZER

B. A. in Jewish Studies (McGill University, Canada), M. A. in Jewish Scriptural Interpretation (McGill University), Ph. D in Rabbinics (Cambridge University, England) Read More

PROFESSOR ROBERT STENGER

Juris Doctor (University of Iowa, Iowa), Doctor of Sacred Theology (Catholic University of America, Washington D. C.) Read More

DR. IBRAHIM SYED

Bachelor of Science in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (University of Mysore, India), Master of Science in Nuclear Physics (University of Mysore), Doctor of Science in Nuclear Medicine and Radiological Sciences (Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland), Doctor of Science (Honorary) (International University, Malta), Doctor of Science Honoris Causa) (VSK University, Bellary, India) Read More

PROFESSOR JAMES TOMPKINS

B. A. in Theatre (Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois), M. A. in Directing/Acting (University of Washington, Seattle, Washington), Diplome Ecole Jacques LeCoq, Paris, France) Read More

SISTER JEANA VISEL

B. A. in Religious Studies (Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio), M. A. in Theology (Monastic Studies) (St. John’s Seminary- School of Theology, Collegeville, Minnesota), Doctor of Ministry in Spirituality (Catholic University of America, Washington D.C.) Read More





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