DHEC Prof. Suppt. & Dev. consultant software package for the HRMC surgical staff. with asthma, and by the ArkansasDepartment of Continuing education for Chicot Memorial Hospital nurses http://www.uams.edu/ahec/dhec5.htm
Extractions: The monthly Physician Case Conferences continued at Helena Regional Medical Center (HRMC) with an average of 15 physicians attending. These conferences were extended to physicians from Lake Village, and Dumas, via the interactive compressed video . In McGehee. Topics included HIV/AIDS, diabetes, common sports injuries, and skin cancer. Two students from the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicines completed a Capstone Project in the Delta. Dr. K.M. Monirul Islam was assigned to Phillips County to investigate the dramatic increase in anemia cases in the county. Olulemi Olamide Olasumbo worked in St. Francis County where she investigated obstacles to timely immunizations. Other continuing education programs and materials provided in the DHEC area included: Strategic planning session for medical and administrative staff and select DHEC board members at HRMC Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PA-LS) class for doctors, EMTS, and nurses at HRMC, in cooperation with the UAMS Rural Hospital Program Guest Relations course in Helena, McGehee, Dumas and Lake Village
Extractions: Southern Arkansas University-Magnolia Administration and Staff Survey Administered September 10, 2001 The responsibilities of my job are clear to me. Fall 2001 Fall 1991 N Average Std Dev N Average Std Dev All Staff Surveyed All Administrative/Professional Staff All Office Support/Clerical Staff All Service/Maintenance Staff All Other (Library, UTS, Extension, etc.) Staff All Male Staff All Female Staff All African American Staff All Non-African American Staff Staff With No College Education Staff With Some College Education (No Degree) Staff With Associate Degree Staff With Bachelor's Degree Staff With Master's Degree Staff With Doctoral Degree Staff With Less Than 10 Years SAU Experience Staff With 10-19 Years SAU Experience Staff With 20 or More Years SAU Experience Staff With Less Than 10 Years Total Experience Staff with 10-19 Years Total Experience Staff with 20 or More Years Total Experience I am satisfied with my salary level. Fall 2001 Fall 1991 N Average Std Dev N Average Std Dev All Staff Surveyed All Administrative/Professional Staff All Office Support/Clerical Staff All Service/Maintenance Staff All Other (Library, UTS, Extension, etc.) Staff
Ag Ed State Staff Listing Area Supervisor for Ag Ed arkansas FFA Association Hawaii Mr. Michael Barros VoTechnicalEducation Specialist Hawaii FFA Association Occupational dev. http://www.teamaged.org/stateleaders/statelist.html
Extractions: These home pages are the responsibility of the individuals listed, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. This area is NOT for departmental home pages. Send mail to WEBMASTER to have these pages added. Al Adams Applied Science Dr. Anson History Department Coleen Barger School of Law Jerry Bell Rockhound, Sometimes Poet S. Charles Bolton Department of History Libby Boyer Department of Accounting Robert H. Bradley Yupo Chan Systems Engineering Wayne Chapman Theatre and Dance Nita Copeland "Run To Live!!" Steven Crawshaw Physics and Astronomy Jerry Darsey Chemistry and Applied Sciences Deborah Laufersweiler Dwyer Criminal Justice Charlie Epperson Physical Plant Judith Faust School of Social Work, MSW Program Jim Gauntt Department of Accounting Eswaran Hari Applied Science Larry Holland Dr. Linda Holzer
Extractions: Useful Links for the Learning Center Staff and Students (Some may require a password or plug in) Textbook Links Accounting Accounting What the Numbers Mean American Government Art of Public Speaking (Oral Communication) ... World Civilization Other Important Links Web CT Plato PPST ASU-LRAFB ASU-Jonesboro Blackboard ... ASU-Beebe Home Page Staff Professional Associations National Tutoring Association (NTA) National Association for Developmental Educators (NADE) Arkansas Association for Developmental Education (ArkADE) College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) ... National Council on Student Development (NCSD)
Extractions: TelCom Services Teachers - Receive a second year of Lesson Planet for FREE! ... by choosing our Smart Saver Long Distance Program Top Sites this Week Science: Middle School Physical Science Resource Center Math: Project Interactive Social Science: America at War - Time for Kids Language Arts: International Children's Digital Library Project: Stay Safe Online Lesson Plan: Ready.gov from the Department of Homeland Security Top Sites Archives Educational News Schools Seek to Reassure in Wartime Special Education May Get Overhaul Make-A-Wish Foundation Helps Sick Student Go to College privacy Found websites and other resources for ' california. Lesson Plans Books Software Maps ... Videos More 'california' books Supplies Online Courses Category matches for: ' california Home/History/United States History/State Histories California (13) Home/Geography and Countries/Maps/North America/USA California (2) Home/Research Tools/Libraries/Public/North America/USA California (12) Home/Education/Educational Organizations/North America/USA California (15) Home/Research Tools/Libraries/University/North America/USA California (1) Home/Research Tools/Museums and Exhibits/North America/USA California (5) Home/Art and Music/Visual Arts/Art Museums/North America/USA California (7) Home/Environment/Ecology/Parks/National Parks/North America/USA California (1) Home/Research Tools/Libraries/School Libraries/North America/USA
Extractions: LD OnLine introduces the LD OnLine Yellow Pages ! This exciting new venture brings information about professionals who serve children and adults with learning disabilities and/or ADHD. If you are a professional interested in listing your services, sign-up online now! Select a State Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota
Extractions: Yorktown, Arkansas With his love of cooking and desire to work near home and family, Guy David Scarborough decided to start a restaurant and custom cooking business. He attended Starting a Business in Arkansas as part of the state's annual Arkansas Entrepreneur Day. This was the first seminar presented at the new Great Rivers Technical Institute Small Business Development Center in Dumas. Kathryn Peacock, Center Director of the GRTI SBDC, assisted Scarborough in developing a business plan with financial projections. When Pine Bluff National Bank approved a loan subject to obtaining a SBA guaranty, Peacock also assisted in prepring his LowDoc application. Scarborough prepared further by attending the recommended
Quality Counts: Arkansas Data education spending per $1,000 in per capita income, 1995, Teachers as % of total staff,1995, 52, 50, 50, 52. This table shows arkansas's scores, along with those of http://www.edweek.org/sreports/qc97/states/tables/ar-data.htm
Extractions: This table shows Arkansas's scores, along with those of some of its neighboring states, in our five major areas. Student Achievement School Climate Resources Quality of Teaching Arkansas Student Achievement Data For more information about these measures, see our Student Achievement page. N/A = State did not participate in NAEP testing. = Information not available. Ark. La. Okla. Texas 4th graders proficient or advanced in reading, 1994 N/A 8th graders proficient or advanced in math, 1992 4th graders reading at basic, NAEP 1994 N/A 4th graders reading below basic, NAEP 1994 N/A 8th graders in math at basic, NAEP 1992 8th graders in math below basic, NAEP 1992 Ark. La. Okla. Texas 4th graders in math at proficient or advanced, NAEP 1992 4th graders in math at basic, NAEP 1992 4th graders in math below basic, NAEP 1992 State-funded preschool for disadvantaged, 1995 yes yes yes yes Public high schools with AP courses, 1996 8th graders taking algebra, 1992 Ark. La. Okla. Texas Students taking upper-level math, 1994 Students taking upper-level science, 1994
Monte Selby Previous Engagements League of Middle Level education Conference, Stockholm NEW JERSEY * Wakulla CountySchools staff, FLORIDA * DODDS Principals State Conf., arkansas * 8th Grade http://www.monteselby.com/Engagements.htm
Extractions: MONTE SELBY PRESENTATIONS SELECTED PREVIOUS ENGAGEMENTS European League of Middle Level Education Conference, Stockholm, SWEDEN * Institute for Middle Level Leadership (National Middle School Assocation ), Rock Hill, SOUTH CAROLINA * Kansas Assocation for Youth Conference, Rock Springs, KANSAS *National PTA Conference, Nashville, TENNESSEE * I/D/E/A Conf., Atlanta, GEORGIA , Claremont, CALIFORNIA , Green Bay, WISCONSIN , Denver, COLORADO * A Kaleidoscope of Learning, Cedar Rapids, IOWA * Staff Dev., Newkirk, OKLAHOMA * MASA, Supt. Conf., Traverse City, MICHIGAN * Association of California School Admin. Region VII, Sparks NEVADA * NASSP Conf., Atlanta, GEORGIA Gallaway District Staff Dev., Abedon NEW JERSEY * Wakulla County Schools Staff, FLORIDA * DODDS schools, ENGLAND * SADD State Conf., KANSAS * Assoc. of Ed. Service Agencies, National Conf., Phoenix, ARIZONA * Content Academy, Harrisonburg, VIRGINIA * Florida League of Middle Schools, Gainesville, FLORIDA * Teaching the Transescent Conf., WISCONSIN * Keys School District, Modesto, CALIFORNIA * Council on Rural Sp. Ed, National Conf.
SBA - Arkansas Newsletter For November, 1999 District Office reduced its staff from 33 year, accessing information, forms, education,and communications. 1990's, during which the arkansas District Office http://www.sba.gov/ar/newsltr-nov99.html
Extractions: MESSAGE FROM THE DISTRICT DIRECTOR The 1990's marked an extraordinary decade of transition for SBA and the Arkansas District Office. SBA ceased making direct business loans. The LowDoc and Fastrak (now SBAExpress) were added. The public opinion molder restriction was dropped. To maximize economies of scale SBA established a PLP processing center, 2 LowDoc processing centers, and 2 loan servicing centers. Advances in technology enabled the Agency to continue rightsizing staff while significantly increasing both the volume and quality of its service. In the 1990'a SBA assumed a leadership position in government reinvention and refined its program delivery to become an excellent taxpayer investment. We look forward to new challenges in the next decade as we continue to evolve into a leading edge 21st century lending institution. Joseph T. Foglia FINANCE We are continuing to experience delays in receiving IRS transcripts. Effective immediately, if lenders do not receive a copy of the transcript within 10 working days they may proceed to close the loan. The lender must follow-up with IRS by sending a second request and documenting the loan file when the transcript is received. If a material discrepancy is discovered, the lender must report it immediately to the Arkansas District Office. If the discrepancy is substantial, SBA may direct the lender to rescind approval, suspend further disbursement, call the loan, or initiate recovery.
January 25 on goal setting, selfesteem, diversity, health education, nutrition and 6 pm KappaSigma Meeting Alphin, arkansas Room. 6 pm Residence Life staff Meeting Lyon http://www.lyon.edu/webdata/groups/greensheet/1-25_greensheet.htm
Extractions: January 25, 2002 Nineteen Lyon students selected for 'Who's Who' for 2002 Nineteen Lyon College students have been selected for the 2002 edition of Whos Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Outstanding students have been honored in the annual directory since it was first published in 1934. Students have been included in the publication based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. Students are chosen by campus nominating committees and the annual directorys editors. Students named from Lyon College this year are: Rich Ambler, a senior from Magnolia, son of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ambler; Emilie Brady, a junior from Bon Aqua, Tenn., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Brady; Lacie Bray, a junior of Pea Ridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bray; Josh Brooks, a junior from Weiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Brooks; and Ginger Clifton, a senior from Marshall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Clifton. Lee Sun Collier-Forgy, a junior from Little Rock, daughter of Catherine Collier; Elizabeth Gabbard, a junior from Fort Smith, daughter of Susan Gabbard; Courtney Harris, a junior from Searcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chesley E. Harris; Kristin Harris, a junior from Searcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chesley E. Harris; and Megan Looney, a junior from Springdale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Looney.
Van Buren School District: Calendar 2001-2002 Administrative staff. education Foundation Information. Van Buren School District2221 Pointer Trail East Van Buren, arkansas 72956 Phone (479) 4747942 Fax http://vbschools.k12.ar.us/cal.html
REL-Partners as well as other state education agency staff in arkansas, Louisiana, New KarenMapp, Institute for Responsive education, Northeastern University, Boston http://www.sedl.org/rel/partners.html
Extractions: SEDL is joining the Charles A. Dana Center of The University of Texas at Austin and American Indian Research and Development (AIRD), Inc., in Norman, Oklahoma, to work intensively with 60 school and district sites across the South and Southwest. SEDL staff and partners are helping schools and districts assess needs, as well as create and share the know-how to focus improvement efforts on reading and mathematics instructional programs. While SEDL brings significant expertise in reading, school change, and school-level work to the partnership, the Dana Center contributes experience in mathematics, policy, and district-level work. AIRD staff provides knowledge in working with Native American populations. Active involvement of the five chief state school officers as well as other state education agency staff in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas is essential to REL work. They are responsible for establishing the criteria and procedures for determining the performance status of schools. They also control many of the resources available in each state to support the transformation of low-performing schools into high-performing learning communities. SEDL knows that improvements at the school level will not be sustained without support from the district level. In addition, districts that learn to work successfully with one or two low-performing schools will be able to transfer the knowledge and skills to other low-performing schools.
Education Summit Attendees arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee; Ray Simon, Director, arkansas Department of GovernorJim Geringer; Rita Myer, Chief of staff and education Policy Advisor; http://www.ascd.org/educationnews/speech/attendees.html
Extractions: 1999 National Education Summit NOTE: This list does not include representatives of national organizations, education groups, foundations, etc. For more information about the Summit, attendees, statements issues, etc., visit either the ASCD Website or the Summit Website. ASCD Media Contact: Barbara Gleason firstname.lastname@example.org
NON-INSTRUCTIONAL ACADEMIC STAFF Back to the UWL homepage. NON-INSTRUCTIONAL ACADEMIC staff as of April 1, 2000. Collegeof Health, Physical. education and Recreation. BS, University of arkansas. http://www.uwlax.edu/Records/00-02/Grad-Cat/NonInstructional.html
Extractions: as of April 1, 2000 WAYNE ABLER Media Specialist Media Services B.S., University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh JOHN ALLRAN Associate Researcher Biology B.S., Appalachian State University MICHAEL ANDERSON Assistant Coach B.S., University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire M.S., Winona State University PATRICIA A. ANDERSON Administrative Program Specialist B.S., University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point; M.B.A., University of Minnesota CONSTANCE M. ARZIGIAN Researcher Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center B.A., Catholic University of America; M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison SHANNON ASH Associate Residence Hall Manager Residence Life B.S., University of Wisconsin-Whitewater ANDREW BAKER Lecturer/Athletic Trainer II Exercise and Sport Science B.S., University of Wisconsin-La Crosse; M.Ed., University of Virginia KEITH BAKKEN Administrative Program Manager I College of Health, Physical Education B.S., USMA, West Point, NY; M.S., University of Illinois CHRISTINE S. BAKKUM Administrative Program Specialist College of Liberal Studies B.S., M.S.E., University of Wisconsin-
Arkansas Associations Provided By DINA arkansas education Association Mr. Grainger Ledbetter President 1500 W 4th arkansasNurses Association Ms. Joanne DeJanovich Chief staff Officer 804 http://www.dina.org/resources/associations.html
LVD State Contact List of arkansas Little Rock, AR 72203 Tel (501) 671 staff Development UNH CooperativeExtension 180 Main Dr. Renee A. Daugherty Extension education Methods Spec. http://web.aces.uiuc.edu/lvd/contacts.htm
ResourceLinks AMEN arkansas Manufacturers Extension Network http//www.state.ar.us/asta/amen/staff.html. AHED arkansas Higher education Department List of http://www.uark.edu/depts/globmark/gen3/ResourceLinks.htm