Hollis L. Green
Hollis L. Green, ThD, PhD, DLitt, is a Clergy-Educator with public relations and business credentials and doctorates in theology, philosophy, and education. A Distinguished Professor of Education and Social Change at the graduate level for over four decades, Dr. Green is a Diplomate in the Oxford Society of Scholars, and the author of 50+ published books. He served six years as a member of the U.S. Senate Business Advisory Board and earned certified membership in several public relations societies (RPRC, PRSA, and IPRC). He served as a Military Chaplain during the Vietnam era, was a denominational executive for 18 years, and traveled and lectured in over 100 countries in an educational outreach. He was the North American Delegate to the World Conference on Public Relations (1964) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Dr. Green was Vice-President of Luther Rice www.lutherrice.edu (1974-1979), and became the founding President (1981) and Chancellor (1991-2008) of Oxford Graduate School, (www.ogs.edu). As part of a global outreach, Dr. Green founded OASIS University (2002) in Trinidad, W.I., where he continues to assist the administration as Chancellor and Professor of Education and Social Change.
Dr. Green launched Global Educational Advance, Inc. (2007), www.gea-books.com, to advance higher education and social change through publishing, curriculum development, instruction, library/learning resources, and global book distribution to advance social change. In 2013 he initiated A.I.M.--Alpha Institute of Ministry. The objective of A.I.M. (www.globalaim.net) is to train individuals globally for community service. As Chancellor of O.A.S.I.S.--Omega Advanced Schools for Interdisciplinary Studies, Dr. Green continues to travel, speak, teach, write books and work with authors in publishing quality books for global distribution.
3. A soft copy of the first chapter of your Thesis: here are references to the public documentation of my academic studies.
Hollis L. Green, ThD, PhD, DLitt,
Chancellor and Distinguished Professor of Education & Social Change
BA, Beckley C. and Southwestern Oklahoma U. 1958 (Mentoring and Guidance);
BD/MDiv, Luther Rice (Thesis 1964 ISBN 978-0-9796019-5-8);
ThD, Luther Rice (Exegesis and Theology (Dissertation 1968 University Microfilms, High Wycombe, UK)
MEd, Luther Rice (Faith-based Education) Thesis 1975,
PhD, Walden University, (Education and Social Change) Dissertation 1978, University Microfilms, London, UK.
University of Cincinnati (Education and Sociology)
Treatise: ISBN 978-0-9796019-1-0;
Military Chaplaincy, US Air Force War College ISBN 978-1-935434-30-6
DMin Studies, 1972 Fuller Theological Seminary (Missiology and Growth)
Treatise: ISBN 978-0-9796019-0-3;
Pepperdine University 1975 (Leadership and Management)
Treatise: ISBN 978-1-935434-52-8;
DLitt, Bread Loaf NC Campus 1984 (Adult Higher Learning),
Treatise: ISBN 9 78-0-9796019-6-5;
University of Oxford 1983-2004 (21 UK J-Terms reading Adult Ed and Life Long Learning), Expository publications: ISBN 978-1-935434-23-8;
ISBN 978-1-935434-48-1; ISBN 978-1-935434-18-4; ISBN 978-0-9796019-6-5.