|About the Book|
A proud United States Marine, Dr. Scott Glenn is a diverse individual with a well-rounded background that includes teaching and administration in both the public and private school sector in secondary and postsecondary academia, coaching, a soundMoreA proud United States Marine, Dr. Scott Glenn is a diverse individual with a well-rounded background that includes teaching and administration in both the public and private school sector in secondary and postsecondary academia, coaching, a sound career in the military, and profound involvement in sport. Dr. Glenn is becoming known as a pragmatic philosopher who explores, dissects, and reviews such aspects as religion, governmental facets, and educational issues.Along with this book, Dr. Glenn has also completed a dissertation titled, A Qualitative Ethnographic Study of African American Leadership in Higher Education Administration. He also published a book entitled The Triangle Plan: A Guide to a Successful Life Derived from Personal Experience (2011), and American Christianity: Truth or Tradition? A Personal Perspective (2012). All of these books can be purchased through Barnes Noble and Amazon.com as well as other book sellers.Along with his induction into the WVU Tech Hall of Fame in 2009, Glenn was inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame on October 17, 2009, and was a recipient of WVU Techs Alumni of the year in 2012. Glenn truly and faithfully believes that Love, Discipline, and Motivation are the keys to life! He stresses that comprehending the three types of love Phileo (Brotherly), Eros (Sensual), and Agape (Unconditional Love of God) is imperative.Dr. Norma J. Turner has been involved in adult education for almost 30 years, all of them with the University of Phoenix both in the classroom and online. She has also worked with other universities and colleges as well as in various administrative positions with non-profit agencies in the Phoenix area. Wherever she has worked, Dr. Turner has believed that experience needed to be supported by education. She received a BA in Classical Languages (Latin and Greek) from Mundelein College, now a part of Loyola University in Chicago. She then received an M.A. in Humanities (Religious Studies and Philosophy) from Arizona State University followed by an M.A. in Management (Human Resources and Organizational Behavior) from the University of Phoenix. Always interested in the human person, she completed a three-year program in Gestalt therapy at the Southwestern Gestalt Training Center in Phoenix. Dr. Turner earned her Ph.D. in Human Science--an interdisciplinary degree in humanities, social science, and psychology-- from Saybrook University in San Francisco, California.