Donald Megnin’s new book, Sermons for the Separated, has been published by Trafford Publishing. The book addresses people who have turned away from religion through a series of mini-sermons, and is for those who have become disenchanted with the portrayal of religion as an end-all answer to life’s most important questions. Over the course of his career, Megnin has taught English at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand as a part of the former Syracuse in Asia program, and worked as a pastor at the First Ward United Methodist Church in Syracuse. He also taught international politics at Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania, where he developed an international program for foreign and American students.
For more information on the book, click here: http://bookstore.trafford.com/Products/SKU-001011056/Sermons-for-the-Separated.aspx.
Elisabeth IJmker is now a planning, monitoring, evaluation, and learning (PMEL) officer for the Transnational Institute in The Netherlands. Her responsibilities include training staff on data collection, managing evaluations, and monitoring and reporting on the organization’s activity. Previously, IJmker was a policy officer of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, where she worked on the implementation of the NGO-subsidy framework entitled “Dialogue and Dissent.”
Tracy Verrier is now the Executive Director of Cayuga Strategic Solutions, an umbrella venture of the Cayuga County Chamber of Commerce and the Cayuga Economic Development Agency. Cayuga Strategic Solutions provides consultation to businesses in the Cayuga County area. Previously, she was the economic development technical specialist for the Cayuga Economic Development Agency.
Jaclaine Mercado is now the HR Specialist for the Green Climate Fund in Incheon, South Korea. She is responsible for maintaining external communications with the company’s recruitment partners, manages recruitment process and assists with new staff member orientations. The Green Climate Fund, which reports to the United Nations, was established to promote the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, specifically in developing nations.
Patrick Carmody recently authors an article in Business and Public Administration Studies, “Green Island’s Smart Footprint.” In the article, Carmody goes into depth examining Taiwan’s advancement in the IT sector and what future capabilities they may develop. To read the article, visit https://www.bpastudies.org/bpastudies/article/view/202.
Gregory Laurence was recently promoted to associate professor of management with tenure and appointed chair of the Department of Management and Marketing at the University of Michigan, Flint’s School of Management. Prior to this position, Laurence served as an assistant professor of management and organizations. To read more about Laurence, visit the following link: https://www.umflint.edu/som/greg-laurence.
Diana Hollmann is now an advisor for Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH. GIZ is an organization that supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. Prior to her role as an advisor, Hollmann served as a manager for the private sector cooperation within GIZ. There she advised the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) on inclusive business, social enterprise, and impact investing. As well as, developed formats for the cooperation with the private sector in fields of inclusive business and impact investing.