Professors World Peace Academy
The PWPA runs Paragon House, a publisher of scholarly and scientific books. It also publishes books under its own name.
In 1992, following the longest faculty strike in United States academic history, the University of Bridgeport agreed to an arrangement with the Professors World Peace Academy whereby the university would be subsidized by PWPA in exchange for control of the university. The initial agreement was for $50 million, and a majority of board members were to be PWPA members. The next University of Bridgeport president was PWPA president and holocaust theologian Richard L. Rubenstein (from 1995–1999), and subsequently former U.S. Unification Church president Neil Albert Salonen (2000–present).
- Professors World Peace Academy official web site
- Moonie U. in Bridgeport?, The New York Times Opinion, May 10, 1992.
- Bridgeport U. Closes Deal to Cede Control, The New York Times New York and Region, May 30, 1992.
- PWPA: Rev. Moon, PWPA Founder, Dies at 92
- Google News: "Moon the controversial"
- Projects and Activities Founded by Unificationists
- Paragon House Publishers
- A Rev. Moon Group Offers to Take Over Ailing Bridgeport U., The New York Times, William Glaberson, October 3, 1991.
- Richard Rubenstein: A Brief Biographical Note
- The American Chiropractor: Featuring Neil Albert Salonen in The American Chiropractor, July 30, 2005.
- Financial agreements with PWPA have been terminated and the University has been financially independent since 2004. The University is a licensed and accredited Connecticut nonstock, non-profit corporation with an unpaid Board of Trustees.