Dr. Gibbs is an Associate Professor of Economics. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Rutgers University in 1986. His research interests include economics of disability, workers' compensation, applied microeconomics, and labor market analysis. He teaches courses in labor economics, price theory, and principles of economics. Dr. Gibbs has conducted research projects for the U.S. Department of Education, the Florida Department of Workers' Compensation and the City of Orlando.
Meditation in God is my capital
Reason and sound logic is the root of my religion
Love is the foundation of my existence
Enthusiasm is the vehicle of my life
Contemplation of God is my companion
Faith is the source of my power
Sorrow is my friend
Knowledge is my weapon
Patience is my garb and virtue
Submission to divine will is my pride
Truth is my salvation
Worship is my habit and in prayer lies the coolness of my eye and the peace of mind
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