My highest level of academic achievement is my Doctor of Ministry Degree, which I earned in 2015. It is equivalent to a Ph.D. in academic practice. But because Doctors of Philosophy do not acknowledge God (and more than half the world believes in God) a Doctor of Ministry Degree is considered to be better.
Before my Doctorate I earned a Master of Arts Degree in 2013. For this Degree I completed studies in the classical works of Aristotle (who was the personal tutor to Alexander the Great), Dante, de Tocqueville, Dostoyevsky, Plato,Shakespeare, aquinas, Augustine,Bernard, Lawrence, and Luther. In particular I have studied the nicomachean ethics, politics and rhetoric of Aristotle. I have studied The Comedy by Dante.
Also I have studied both volumes of Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville. I have studied Crime and Punishment, the Idiot and the Brothers Karamazov by Dostoyevsky. I have studied Plato's Republic. Also I have studied over half a dozen genre tragedys and genre comedies by the Great Bard, Shakespeare. And I've studied many of the works of Augustine of Hippo, Bernard, Lawrence and Martin Luther. This enormous wealth of the Classics I would feel privileged to share with my students.
For my education to earn a living I earned a B.S. Pharmacy Degree from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in 1977. I have practiced the Medical Art of Pharmacy as a Registered Pharmacist for nearly 40 years in various settings. These include compounding, dispensing, long term care, administration, retail, respiratory and parenterals particularly in hospital settings and home infusion pharmacies. I continue my pharmacist work today.
I continued my fascination with life and earned a B.S. Biology major in 1975. I graduated Magna cum laude.
As one who loves life my first Degree was an A.A. Biology major in 1973. I graduated Summa cum laude.
I tutor and teach patients and allied health professionals many times a day as I dispense legend and Otc medications. When necessary I research their questions, often on the Internet, so that I may better communicate answers to them that they can easily understand and apply. I continue to do this today.
40 years ago Massachusetts College of Pharmacy asked students who were doing well in particular subjects to tutor others who asked for help. We were compensated for our work. I was employed by my pharmacy school for a couple of semesters as a tutor to help other students in organic chemistry.
I love to learn and share what I have learned with others.
Learning will give meaning to your present and prepare you for the future! My highest level of academic achievement is my Doctor of Ministry Degree, which I earned in 2015. It is equivalent to a Ph.D. in academic practice. But because Doctors of Philosophy do not acknowledge God (and more than half the world believes in God) a Doctor of Ministry Degree is considered to be better.
Before my Doctorate I earned a
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Astronomy has fascinated me for 40 years. I've spent many night hours peering into my first telescope, a Japanese refractor, and now a larger reflector telescope. I've read many books on astronomy and also learned a lot in my visits to planetariums. In college I took undergraduate courses in astronomy and physics.
I have two undergraduate degrees biology major in addition to my Degree in Pharmacy. Biology is the study of life. It is a subject that has always fascinated me. I hope I can share that with you.
I have been a licensed, active Registered Pharmacist for 30+ years. I tutored fellow students in organic chemistry to help pay my way through pharmacy school.
I have been a licensed, active Registered Pharmacist for 30+ years. I regularly counsel physicians, nurses, patients and others in pharmacology and the proper use of their medications.