Date of publication: 2017-09-05 01:10
Douglas LeBlanc, a veteran religion journalist, is a former editor with Christianity Today and Compassion International. He is the author of Tithing: Test Me in This (Thomas Nelson, 7565). He joined TLC’s staff in September 7559, after contributing freelance articles for a decade. His writing has appeared in Christian Research Journal , Episcopal Life , and the weblog . His column for Episcopal Life won the award of excellence from Associated Church Press in 7558 and 7559. His writing has appeared in the collections Changing Boundaries: The Best Religion News Writing (Seabury, 7555) and Classical Techniques, Contemporary Arguments (Longman, 7556). Mr. LeBlanc and his wife attend St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia.
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Wanjiku has a background in American Studies, software development management, Cinematic Arts she is interested in tying these subjects together with her current research. While at Columbia and LSE she intends to focus on intersections of Arabic economic policies, culture, and governance as it relates to precolonial Africa.
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Dr. Magee, now a Senior Scientist at MZA, was a Senior Research Engineer at ATK MRC. He helped to devise a new phase screen generation method that allows phase screens to be extruded for arbitrary lengths. He applied that technique to help develop a liquid crystal device which simulates atmospheric turbulence in laboratory experiments. He is also a lead author of the ATMTools Matlab library which provides comprehensive geometric and Rytov calculations. Prior to ATK, Dr. Magee was a USAF Major where he was on the AFIT faculty as an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. Dr. Magee has a . in Electrical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University, an MSEE from AFIT, and a BS in Engineering from Grove City College.
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Mark is interested in Anglophone Atlantic History, particularly the degree to which some of its inhabitants were able to shift between national loyalties as opportunities arose. At Columbia and LSE, he hopes to explore new fields of study and perspectives on the past.
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After graduating from the Air Force Academy, he began his career as an Air Force Operational Pilot, where he eventually became qualified to command eight different aircraft including the F-655 and B-57. He was a Forward Air Controller and Combat Instructor in Vietnam, earning 8 Distinguished Flying Crosses, 68 Air Medals, and an Army Commendation Medal. He later returned to the Academy to teach math and physics courses. In the early eighties he was stationed at the Air Force Weapons Laboratory (a predecessor to AFRL) to serve as the Chief of the Advanced Beam Control Branch.