- Doctor of Ministry: United Seminary
- Master of Divinity: New York Theological Seminary
Dr. Miles is a Diplomate with the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy (CPSP), Board Certified Chaplain and Counselor and a Clinical Member of the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) She presently serves as treasure of the South Harlem chapter of CPSP. Her ecclesial endorsements are with the National Baptist convention and the City Council of Churches.
- Ph.D. New School for Social Research
- M.L.S. Queens College
- M.A. New School for Social Research
- B.E. Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
- Diplomate in Logo-philosophy from Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy
Dr. Keisuke Noda is a philosopher with background in phenomenology and hermeneutics. His research interests lie on the intersection between the abstract/conceptual and the concrete/narratives/imagery. Dr. Noda joined the faculty in 1996 and taught courses in philosophy and ethics including “Social Ethics,” “Ethics and Social Justice in the Age of Globalization,” “Postmodernism,” “Theories of Human Nature.”
- D.Min., Lutheran Theological Seminary
- MDiv., ITC - Gammon Theological Seminary
Luonne Abram Rouse has been described by his peers in the field of pastoral counseling as having the ability to speak readily of the theological implications of individual cases, while paralleling processes within the clinical arena. Rouse utilizes a therapeutic approach, always combining pastoral care and social action. He places particular emphasis toward the elimination of racist attitudes and moving toward racial reconciliation.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry
- D.Min., Unification Theological Seminary
- Diploma, R.E., Unification Theological Seminary
- B.A., University of Maryland
Dr. William P. Selig is a board certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC) and has worked as a hospice volunteer and hospital chaplain in Maryland, Washington, DC, Virginia and California. He serves as a Seonghwa advisor to the FFWPU Blessing Family Ministry.
- Ph.D. in Theology, Drew University
- M.Phil. in Theology, Drew University
- Dipl. R.E., Unification Theological Seminary
- B.S. in Nuclear Engineering, U. of Tokyo
Dr. Theodore Shimmyo is exceedingly knowledgeable of Christian theology, even in its intricate areas such as Trinity and Christology. And yet he does not teach theology merely as doctrine or dogma. With much passion, he relates it to our real lives, thereby encouraging us to bring God back to us.
- Masters in Clinical Social Work from Fordham University
- Masters in Divinity from Unification Theological Seminary
- BA in Religion and Philosophy from the University of California, Santa Barbara
Lynn Walsh taught Sociology and Behavioral Science courses for over 15 years at the University of Bridgeport and Mercy College including Human Sexual Behavior, Gender Role Dynamics, Approaches to Parenting, Marriage Enrichment, Family Issues Today, and Marriage and Relationship Education. She has been teaching as an Adjunct at the Unification Theological Seminary for over ten years.
A 1979 graduate of Unification Theological Seminary, Dr. Walsh went on to earn his Ph.D. at Vanderbilt University’s School of Religion where he specialized in the study of Religion and Ethics. Since his graduation, Dr. Walsh has taught courses at a number of colleges and universities as well as at Unification Theological Seminary. As he became more involved with the academic and ecumenical activities of the Unification movement in the 1990s, he continued to teach on a part-time basis in higher education for a number of years.
- D.Ed. De La Salle University
- M.R.E. Unification Theological Seminary
- M.A. California State University
- D.S. University of Paris-Sorbonne
- B.A. University of Notre Dame
Thomas J. Ward serves as Provost and Professor of Peace and Development Studies at Unification Theological Seminary. Immediately prior to his current role, he served for three years as the President of UTS, and previously eighteen years as Dean of the University of Bridgeport's College of Public and International Affairs where he taught graduate courses on Culture and Development, Peace and Conflict Studies, and Political and Economic Integration.
- D.Min. Drew University, Madison, NJ
- M.R.E. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
- B.A. Secondary English Education, Xavier University , New Orleans.
Bishop Lester L. Williams is a native Alabamian and was called to the pastorate of the Community Church of Christ of Jamaica, New York in 1988 where he currently serves as the Senior Pastor. He is a public speaker, community activist, writer, and carries other titles too numerous to name. He is married to Shirley Graham and has three daughters.
- Ph.D., Harvard University
- M.T.S., Harvard Divinity School
- Dipl. R.E., Unification Theological Seminary
- B.A., Harvard University
Dr. Andrew Wilson’s approach to Scriptural Studies is theological and ecumenical. He challenges students to become interpreters of the Bible who can infuse it with new life for today’s believers and seekers of truth. Dr. Wilson is a prolific scholar, whose books and papers cover diverse topics ranging from religion and peace to character education to the theory of the spirit world.