Published by alumni
|Prophecy and the Fundamentalist Quest
By Dr. Farzana Hassan
Dr. Farzana Hassan, Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EdD) ’10, explores the origins of apocalyptic prophecy in Christianity and Islam through an examination of religious texts in her book Prophecy and the Fundamentalist Quest. In addition, Dr. Hassan provides an analysis of current world politics, including the Iraq war within the context of Christian and Islamic prophecy.
Dr. Hassan is an author and freelance writer based in Toronto, Canada. She is a regular contributor to Canada’s national newspapers and has also recently participated in the world-famous Doha Debates.
Prophecy and the Fundamentalist Quest can be purchased at amazon.com.
|Laid Off But Not Laid Out, Tips for Surviving a LayOff
By Kimberly Kisner
When Kimberly Kisner, Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing (MBA/MKT) ’06, found herself unemployed, she began to think of all the times she had been in the same situation. She decided to write a book that would provide readers with tips and insights on how to handle their own layoff situation.
The end result is Kisner’s new book, Laid Off But Not Laid Out, Tips for Surviving a LayOff. Readers will learn how to grieve the loss of their job, the art of negotiating bills and how important it is to have a fall-back plan.
Today, Kisner has her own marketing company, Perceptions Marketing Group, and lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Laid Off But Not Laid Out, Tips for Surviving a LayOff can be purchased at laidoffbutnotlaidout.com.