Michael Sloan is an Assistant Professor of Classical Languages at Wake Forest University. He received a BA in Economics and Classics at Baylor University before graduating from the University of St Andrews (Scotland) with an MLitt in Theology and PhD in Classics. Michael finds adventure in marriage and raising three young children while teaching and researching in the Classics. He has published articles on Aristotle, Cicero, and St Augustine among others. His first book was on Sedulius Scottus, a poet and scholar of the Carolingian era. While pursuing traditional scholarship, he is also currently working on a popular book project tentatively titled Ancient Wisdom for Today's Leaders in which he surveys the major figures, events, and texts of the classical world for applicable lessons on leadership. An avid defender of the humanities and liberal arts education, he has been published in or been interviewed by national and local media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the Winston Salem Journal.