SEMEON MULATU has a PhD in Leadership from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Kentucky, USA. He is Principal at Evangelical Theological College, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for the second time, and has also been Assistant Principal, Dean of Students and a Lecturer. He has been involved in theological education for nearly twenty-five years but his background was originally in Mathematics. Semeon is also currently Chairman of the Elders Board at Mekanissa Kale Heywot Church.
A timely and relevant resource to guide numerous institutions
informed engagement of this exciting, challenging and enriching process of
transitioning to university status.
-- Rev Emmanuel Chemengich, DMin
Executive Director, Association for Christian Theological Education in Africa (ACTEA)Essential reading for those who wish a better understanding of this very
important phenomenon in Christian higher education.
-- Scott Cunningham, PhD
Interim President and CEO, Overseas CouncilThe important trend of recent years for theological colleges in Africa to
transition to Christian universities is here provided with a pioneering research
study. Semeon Mulatu has elegantly surfaced the core issues and patterns
relevant to assessment of this trend.
-- Paul Bowers, PhD
Managing Editor, BookNotes for Africa
Former International Director, International Council for Evangelical Theological Education