Thomas, John C.
" "John C. Thomas " is associated professor of Counseling and Family Studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He holds a Ph.D. in Counseling and a Graduate Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Studies from the University of South Carolina and also a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from Capella University.
000340766|01|AU|JOHN CLAYTON THOMAS is professor and director of the School of Public Administration and Urban Studies at Georgia State University. He has held leadership posts in several urban affairs and public administration organizations: he served as president of the Urban Affairs Association from 1990--1992 and was program co-chair for the 1994 National Conference of the American Society for Public Administration. He is the author of Between Citizen and City (1986), and Big City Politics in Transition (1991).
000340777|01|AU| Joyce Carol Thomas is an internationally renowned author who received the National Book Award for her first novel, Marked By Fire, and a Coretta Scott King Honor for The Blacker the Berry and for her first picture book, Brown Honey in Broomwheat Tea. Her picture book I Have Heard of a Land received a Coretta Scott King Honor and an IRA/CBC Teachers' Choice Award and was an ALA Notable Book. Her other titles include The Gospel Cinderella, Crowning Glory, Gingerbread Days, and A Gathering of Flowers. Ms. Thomas lives in Berkeley, California.
000340782|01|AU|June Manning Thomas is professor of urban and regional planning and urban affairs and director of the Urban and Regional Planning Program at Michigan State University. She is co-author of Detroit: Race and Uneven Development and co-editor of Urban Planning and the African American Community: In the Shadows.
000340785|01|AU|Katie Thomas is a general-assignment reporter and Special Writer for Newsday. In 1999, she was named Best New Reporter by the New York Newswomen's Club, and has since worked on several award-winning projects, including two investigative series - one examining the influence of politics in the selection of Long Island judges, and another that uncovered cronyism and waste in Suffolk County's nationally-recognized land preservation program. Thomas has also covered major news events, including the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the crash of Flight 587 in Queens, and the blackout of 2003, for which Newsday was named a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Most recently, she documented the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and is still working on that story.
000340787|01|AU|Dr. Ken Thomas is a psychologist and author.
000340788|01|AU|Thomas is Professor of Law at Columbia University.
000340789|01|AU|Thomas is the editor of Steamshovel Press.
000340797|01|AU|Larry Thomas is pastor of Southlake Assembly of God, Southlake, Texas. Before returning to the pastorate, he served as director of Christian education for the Norht Texas District, and training coordinator and administration consultant for the national SUnday School Department. He holds a B.S. in Christian Education from Southwestern Assemblies of God University.
000340803|01|AU|Thomas was a physician, researcher, author, and teacher best known for his essays, which contain lucid meditations and reflections on a wide range of topics. He was a former dean of New York University Medical School and president of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
000340804|01|AU|Linda Thomas is Senior Lecturer in English Language, Roehampton Institute, London.
000340806|01|AU|Thomas owns and operates a computer consulting company. She is also the daughter of Anne Chotzinoff Grossman.
000340809|01|AU|Lorenzo Thomas, who was born in Panama and grew up in New York city, is a poet, critic and professor of English at the University of Houston. His book of poetry include Chances Aze Few, The Bathers and Sound Science. He is the recipient of two. Poets Foundation awards and the Lucille Medwick Prize.
000340810|01|AU|Michigan native Lowell Thomas began his professional career as a teacher of business education in the small town of Parchment, Michigan, later working with the Midland Public Schools and Delta College. He was a co-founder of the Literacy Council of Midland County, Inc. In the 1970s, Thomas was selected as a part-time national seminar leader for the Bureau of Business and Technology in New York City. Retiring from the MPS in 1987, he became the first campus director of the Midland Campus for Great Lakes Junior College (now Davenport University). Throughout his professional career, Thomas wrote numerous articles for state and national professional publications, freelancing for the "New York Toy Buyer's Guide, Michigan Municipal Review, The Michigan Retailer, the Grand Rapids Press, " and the "Midland Daily News." His other publications include: "The Tree Still Grows in Midland, Grandpa's Stories, So Far . . . So Good; the Other Lowell Thomas Story". Lowell lives with his wife, Jane, in Gladwin County, Michigan, and in Ft. Myers, Florida.
000340814|01|AU|Thomas is Professor of English and Director of the Centre for Research into the English Literature and Language of Wales, University of Wales, Swansea.
000340816|01|AU|Thomas, The Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France.
000340818|01|AU|Margaret Thomas is a food lover who lives only blocks from the Eastern Market and is eager to share with people the history and uplifting spirit that the market's community has to offer.
000340820|01|AU|Thomas is a health and mental health writer and a graduate of the University of Michigan, where she received a Bachelor's degree with honors in Psychology and History, and later a Master's Degree in psychiatric Social Work.
000340825|01|AU|Marlo Thomas graduated from the University of Southern California with a teaching degree. She is the author of five bestselling books, "Free to Be ...You and Me, Free to Be...a Family, The Right Words at the Right Time, Thanks and Giving: All Year Long, " and "The Right Words at the Right Time Volume 2: Your Turn!" Ms. Thomas has won four Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe, a Grammy, the Peabody Award, and has been inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame for her work in television, including her starring role in the landmark series "That Girl, " which she also conceived and produced. She is the National Outreach Director for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Ms. Thomas lives in New York with her husband, Phil Donahue.
000340827|01|AU|Martin Thomas is a Senior Lecturer in International History at the University of the West of England, Bristol.
000340828|01|AU|Mary Thomas is a Professor at Bentley College, Waltham, MA.
000340835|01|AU|Images of America: Purcellville explores, in lovingly saved pictures and detailed captions, this classic evolution of a small American town. In cooperation with the Purcellville Preservation Association, author Meredith Thomas hopes these photographs will provide the visual links in the chain that will connect residents and visitors to a profound appreciation for what remains.
000340844|01|AU|Thomas assumed his post as the San Francisco Symphony's eleventh music director in September 1995. Along with his post in San Francisco, Michael serves as artistic director of the New World Symphony, which he founded in 1988, and as principal guest conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra, where he served as principal conductor for seven years.
000340872|01|AU|Nick Thomas is an author, math tutor and Sudoku expert, who came in second in Great Britian's first ever National Sudoku Championships.
000340876|01|AU|Rev. Oliver "Buzz" Thomas is a Baptist minister and constitutional lawyer who over the last decade has been at the frontlines of debates regarding religion, science, and education. He currently serves as executive director of the Niswonger Foundation and lives in Tennessee with his wife and two daughters.
000340892|01|AU|Peggy Thomas is the author of Joshua the Giant Frog (Pelican), as well as a dozen nonfiction titles. Peggy lives in Middleport, New York.
000340896|01|AU|Professor of Modern History at the University of Wales in Aberystwyth, Peter D. G. Thomas is the author of numerous studies in eighteenth-century politics.
000340910|01|AU| "R. ROOSEVELT THOMAS, Jr., Ph.D. (Atlanta, GA) one of America's most respected authorities on diversity issues, is CEO of R. Thomas Consulting & Training, Inc. and founder of the American Institute for Managing Diversity. He is the author of Beyond Race and Gender (AMACOM 0-8144-7807-7) and Redefining Diversity (AMACOM 0-8144-0228-3). MARJORIE I. WOODRUFF is Director of Curriculum Development at R. Thomas Consulting & Training, Inc.
000340898|01|AU|PETER W. THOMAS, ESQ. is an attorney with the Washington, D.C. law firm of White, Verville, Fulton, and Saner. Mr. Thomas is the General Counsel of the American State of the Art Prosthetic Association, an advisory board member of the NIH's National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research, and Legislative Director of the Amputee Coalition of America. 000340899|01|AU|Patrick Bracken is a graduate of the National University of Ireland who did his early medical and psychiatric training in Southern Ireland. In the years 1987-1991 he worked for the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture in Uganda and subsequently worked for the Medical Foundation in
London. His M.D. degree was awarded for research with a rural village in the notorious 'Luwero Triangle' of Uganda. His interest in the psychological effects of violence has continued and he has carried out a number of consultancies for Save The Children in West Africa and most recently with
refugees from Bhutan living in Nepal. Philip Thomas is a writer and Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Citizenship and Community Mental Health, in the School of Health Studies, University of Bradford. Until recently he was consultant psychiatrist with Bradford's Assertive Outreach Team, and
had worked as a full time consultant for over 20 years in the NHS, in Manchester, North Wales and Bradford. His academic interests include critical social and cultural psychiatry and philosophy. He is also interested in narrative and the problems of representation in medicine and literature. He has
developed alliances with survivors of psychiatry and service users, locally, nationally and internationally. He is well-known for his academic and clinical work on the experience of hearing voices, arguing that these, and other experiences of psychosis, are understandable in the context of the
person's life story and current life circumstances.
000340901|01|AU|Thomas is a freelance journalist and researcher. 000340909|01|AU| "R. Murray Thomas" (Ph.D., Stanford University) is an emeritus professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where for three decades he taught educational psychology and directed the program in international education. He began his 50-year career in education as a high school teacher at Kamehameha Schools and Mid-Pacific Institute in Honolulu, then continued at the college level at San Francisco State University, the State University of New York (Brockport), and Pajajaran University in Indonesia before moving to Santa Barbara. His professional publications exceed 340, including 46 books for which he served as author, coauthor, or editor.
000340910|01|AU| "R. ROOSEVELT THOMAS, Jr., Ph.D. (Atlanta, GA) one of America's most respected authorities on diversity issues, is CEO of R. Thomas Consulting & Training, Inc. and founder of the American Institute for Managing Diversity. He is the author of Beyond Race and Gender (AMACOM 0-8144-7807-7) and Redefining Diversity (AMACOM 0-8144-0228-3).
MARJORIE I. WOODRUFF is Director of Curriculum Development at R. Thomas Consulting & Training, Inc.
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