Sohaib N. Sultan is a second generation American born and raised Muslim Chaplain of South Asian descent. He grew up in Indianapolis, IN and spent several years abroad in the Middle East. Most recently, Sultan served as the Muslim Chaplain for Trinity College and Wesleyan University in CT. Now, he has joined Princeton University full-time to serve as their first Muslim Life Coordinator. Sultan holds a B.A. in Political Science and Journalism from Indiana University. Currently, Sultan is finishing his M.A. in Islamic Studies & Christian-Muslim Relations, and Islamic Chaplaincy from the Hartford Theological Seminary. Sultan is a public lecturer on Islam, Muslim Culture, and Muslim-Western Relations in the U.S. and abroad. He is also the author of The Koran for Dummies (Wiley, 2004) and The Qur’an and Sayings of Prophet Muhammad: Selections Annotated & Explained (Skylight Paths, 2007), as well as numerous published articles on the Islamic faith and tradition. Sultan lives with his wife, Arshe Ahmed, in Cranbury, NJ.