2002-03 Campus Council Membership Roster Dean College of education and Health Professions, Reed Greenwood, GRAD 324, 53208,email@example.com. staff SENATORS. (To Be Announced). Christine Parks, Employee dev. http://www.uark.edu/depts/campcoun/2002members.htm
Extractions: Campus Governance Officers Chair David Morris firstname.lastname@example.org Vice Chair TBA Secretary Janet Bowlin or (TBA) BELL 3202 email@example.com Parliamentarian Jimmie Rogers or (TBA) KIMP 417 firstname.lastname@example.org Voting members - Ex-officio Chair, Faculty Senate Dennis Brewer MASC/CSCE, ENGR 314A email@example.com Vice Chair, Faculty Senate Tom Jensen Market/Trans, BADM 302 firstname.lastname@example.org ASG President Stephanie Gosnell ASG email@example.com ASG President Pro-Tempore David Morris ASG firstname.lastname@example.org Chair, Staff Senate Jewel Lindsey email@example.com Vice Chair, Staff Senate Tina Bersi firstname.lastname@example.org Administration Representatives Dean, Bumpers College Food and Life Sciences
1999 OTHER PROGRAMS OR BUDGETS EMPLOYED IN DIOCESES FOR arkansas, x, Deacon Formation Program Diocesan School for Ministry, Ed. (lay staff),5,000, The program is called TEAMS (Theological education as Ministry Support http://www.episcopalchurch.org/ministry/resA134s_files/sheet002.htm
Extractions: 1999 OTHER PROGRAMS OR BUDGETS EMPLOYED IN DIOCESES FOR PREPARATION AND TRAINING OF LAY PEOPLE (RES. A134s) Survey Ques: Are there other programs or budgets employed in your diocese for the preparation and training of lay people? Yes No *N.R. = No response to question. DIOCESE YES NO N.R. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM BUDGET COMMENTS Alabama x Diaconate Formation Program Alaska x Due to size, isolation of churches, etc. Alaska is always training. We are very opportunistic about training. We also "piggy-back" on other judicatories work. Albany x In planning process Arizona x Arkansas x Atlanta x Bethlehem x EFM, Diocesan School, Various Conferences, Workshops, etc. California x Commission on Ministry Clergy in Training Program School for Deacons Plus funds raised from the school, plus funds from tuition Lay Eucharistic Ministry training Funds come from tuition Leadership Day (50+ workshops for lay and clergy leadership) plus funds from tuition "To Equip the Saints" twice-yearly adult education day Annual Theological Reflection day Education Depart. adult education events and curriculum development
What Are They Saying About Bob? Shawna Martin, Director of education, arkansas Credit Union presentations at theStaff development Conference. Dorsey, Information Analyst, Training dev. http://www.bobperks.com/references.htm
Extractions: For more than a decade Bob Perks, National Writers Association member, has been in the business of helping people all of his life. But for more than a decade he has traveled with his inspiring message, "I Believe in You!" touching the lives of thousands. His "Perks Principles" were developed from decades of interaction with both corporate leadership and volunteers. His compassionate, caring attitude and unique approach to dealing with people gives Bob an advantage many speakers lack. Sincerity . Bob will not share principles he doesn't personally believe in, even if they are the latest "buzz words" in the industry. Fads come and go, but honesty, caring and commitment are the foundation of long lasting relationships. Here's what some of Bob's clients had to say: Business and Industry said... "Your contribution as our keynote speaker provided the motivational impetus necessary to send the troops out with "positive" attitudes and "refreshed" outlooks. I might add, Bob, that your enthusiasm and wit was matched only by your ability to carry a tune." "Thanks for your dynamic and emotional presentation...At the end of a long day and before an evening of festivities you managed to hold everyone's rapt attention for the full hour...and could have held it longer without anyone noticing. You really became a part of our AFLAC family."
Aurora Public Schools -Aurora, CO 32) Virginia Ledbetter 0809-02 Teacher, arkansas/Park Lane week prior to the Boardof education meeting, if possible, in order to allow staff to coordinate http://www.aps.k12.co.us/boe/agendas/082002agenda.html
Extractions: 7:30 P.M. I - PRELIMINARY A. CALL TO ORDER 1. Roll Call B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE C. WELCOME TO VISITORS The regular meeting of the Aurora Board of Education will convene in the Board Room of the Administration Building. Individuals wishing to address the Board on a specific Agenda item are requested to sign up at the table on the south side of the Board Room prior to discussion of the Information and Action Items. Individuals wishing to address the Board on a non-agenda item are requested to sign up and will be provided an opportunity, limited to three minutes, at the end of the meeting during Opportunity for Audience. Visitors are urged to read the "Please Join Us..." brochure which is available on the wall inside the South entrance to the building. D. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 1. Changes in Consent Agenda
Prescott Elementary School 19821984 to receive her MS in Elementary education. She joined our staff in 1970. arkansasAssociation for Elementary Principals, arkansas Association fro http://www.myschoolonline.com/page/0,1871,9289-83660-8-5477,00.html
Extractions: Mrs. Janet Gordon attended University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in 1966-1967, Northeast LA University in 1967-1970 to receive her B.S. in Elementary Education, Henderson State University 1982-1984 to receive her M.S. in Elementary Education. She joined our staff in 1970. Professional Organizations and Awards: Arkansas Association for Elementary Principals, Arkansas Association fro Elementary Administration, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Dev., AASCD, Arkansas Reading Association, PDEA Treasurer 1987-1988, Secretary DKG 1985-1986, 2nd Vice President Southwest Arkansas Reading Council 1982-1983. Arkansas Leadership Academy 1995, Distinguished Educator Award 1998, Zone 7 Director of AAESP 1999-2002, Board of Directors of AAESP 1999-2002.
FY 2003 Assurance 16 arkansas, 2003, Yes, 5, Mostly energy education through the Oregon, 2003, Yes, 5,Client education which every and train LIHEAP weatherization staff on measuresto http://www.ncat.org/liheap/tables/FY2003/a16fy03.htm
Extractions: State's Use of Assurance 16 FY 2003 Note: In 1994, a new provision, Assurance 16, was added to the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program statute It provides LIHEAP grantees the option of spending no more than five percent of their LIHEAP funds on services that encourage and enable households to reduce their home energy needs and thereby the need for energy assistance, including needs assessment, counseling, and assistance with energy vendors. State FY % Funds Description Alabama Yes Needs assessments focusing on target groups of the elderly, disabled and small children. Energy and financial counseling and assistance with energy suppliers with the goal to reduce shut-offs and disconnects. Alaska Yes Energy education materials Arizona No Arkansas Yes Mostly energy education through the local agencies, other activities include budget counseling and vendor assistance California Yes Energy needs assessment, budget counseling, energy conservation education, advocacy with utilities Colorado No Connecticut No Delaware No District of Columbia Yes Counsel clients on using energy effectively, accurate meter reading, ways to effectively budget their resources and effective negotiating with their energy providers.
Computer Training Courses Customer List Maitin, WAGE Training Center Coordinator Conway Adult education Center Conway, arkansas; Ourteachers also use these for their own staff development needs http://www.teknimedia.com/html/customers.html
What We Fund: Charles A. Frueauff Foundation $8,000 Conference Support arkansas Enterprise Group Louisville, KY $18,000 staff PositionInterfaith Little Rock, AR $25,000 education Programming Metropolitian http://www.frueaufffoundation.com/prev_grant/grantinfo_00.asp
District IV Poynter Annual Giving Coordinator arkansas State University PO District staff ContactBrett Chambers Executive Director of and Support of education (CASE) 1307 http://www.case.org/district-iv/leadership.cfm
Arkansas Department Of Education of the arkansas Department of education spends many hours in arkansas public schools OptionsBelow. http://arkedu.state.ar.us/directory/school_improvement.html
Extractions: The staff of the School Improvement and Professional Development Section of the Arkansas Department of Education spends many hours in Arkansas public schools helping superintendents, principals and teachers. Options Below Staff Directory Director Deputy Director Central Admin. Accountability Info. and Tech. Internal Admin. Fin. and Admin. Improv. and Dev. Staff members of this section are responsible for assisting schools and school districts in providing students with a sound and challenging academic experience. The staff is responsible for analyzing data, as well as helping schools develop and implement school improvement plans. The staff also helps schools in determining curricular and instructional practices, accessing effective professional development opportunities, and locating and utilizing community, state and federal resources for school improvement. This section is responsible for assisting schools as they work to improve student achievement. The School Improvement and Instructional Support Section is divided into seven units.
History Southeast arkansas education Service Cooperative. Historical Narrative.The educational Service Cooperatives in arkansas originated http://se.sesc.k12.ar.us/new_page_3.htm
Extractions: Teacher Center ... Directions to COOP Southeast Arkansas Education Service Cooperative Historical Narrative The educational Service Cooperatives in Arkansas originated with the passage of act 360 in 1981 as the result of work that was done in 1979-80 by Dr. Don Roberts, Dr. Jerry, Perrin, and Dr. Noble Gividen. Dr. Noble Gividen was an important leader in this movement as he moved to Arkansas from New York and apparently brought the education coop concept with him from New York. The Southeast Arkansas Education Service Cooperative has been in existence for approximately twenty years and was one of the first two coops that were initially established in 1981 by Act 360. The Southwest Educational Service Cooperative was also formed at this time. No funding was provided. Funding in the amount of $200,000 was provided by the state in 1983 for the original two coops and three additional new coops. The new coops that were formed at this time were the following: Howard A. Dawson at Arkadelphia, North Central Arkansas at Melbourne, and Western Arkansas at Branch. Three additional coops were also formed in 1981 through funding from the Department of Higher Education: Ozarks Unlimited Resources at Harrison, Arch Ford at Conway, and Northeast Arkansas at Jonesboro. The Arkansas General Assembly passed Act 349 of 1985, which changed the name of the coops to Education Service Cooperatives and provided authorization for up to 15 centers to be funded at $200,000. Act 349 contains the current rules and regulations that govern the current fifteen Arkansas Service Cooperatives.
Emerging Issues Capabilities Needed cultural competencies bilingual staff and understanding ofEducation civic organizations. Debbie Archer arkansas email@example.com, Irene K http://srdc.msstate.edu/plcsite/plc/emergingissues.htm
Table 4.7. States That Prov Ide Funding For Or Offer Staff Dev E 118 SHPPS 2000 Table 4.7. States That Provide Funding for or Offer staff Development on Mental Health and Social Services Topics for Mental Health or Social Services staff, by Topic 1 Yes No ? Incomplete Data AfterSc h ool Program s Alcohol http://www.cdc.gov/NCCDPHP/DASH/shpps/summaries/pdf/table4_7.pdf
Healthcare is situated on 4.5 acres which overlook the beautiful arkansas River. Mercy Hospital/TurnerMemorial offers 24 hour emergency service with a staff physician on http://www.ozarkarkansas.com/healthcare.html
Extractions: City of Ozark, Arkansas Healthcare Mercy Hospital/Turner Memorial Owned by St. Edward Mercy Medical Center in Ft. Smith and a member of The Sisters of Mercy Health System, Mercy Hospital/Turner Memorial provides quality healthcare in a Christian environment. On June 4, 1990 the licensed 39 bed Turner Memorial Hospital was purchased by St. Edward Mercy Medical Center, and was renamed Mercy Hospital/Turner Memorial. Turner Memorial Hospital was made possible by the provisions in the will of the late J.S. Turner. The hospital opened on November 17, 1952 and is situated on 4.5 acres which overlook the beautiful Arkansas River. Mercy Hospital/Turner Memorial offers 24 hour emergency service with a staff physician on duty. The professional staff includes 2 family practitioners, 2 internists and 1 general surgeon. The hospital is Medicare/Medicaid certified. Outpatient services include Podiatry, Urology, OBGYN, eye surgery and mammography. Ultrasonography, CT scanning, and physical therapy are also provided. Mercy Hospital/Turner Memorial has recently added a modern in-house Cardiac Rehab. A revolutionary new surgery Laparoscotic Cholecystectomy is also available.
Arkansas State University Sitemap Shared Governance Committees staff Senate Campus Communications Continuing EducationEducation Engineering Technology Fine arkansas Review Center for Learning http://www.astate.edu/docs/sitemap.html
Knowledge-Based Economic Development to the future of science in arkansas, whether these We also support science educationat the junior high and high that onethird of the BEI staff hold college http://comp.uark.edu/~wmillage/KBB.html
Extractions: W.R. Millager Photo credit: Mary K. Bryant Knowledge-Based Economic Development Strategy? Four thoughtful articles: Changes Needed Economic Partners Knowledge-Based Industry Biotechnology Changes Needed to Help State's Economic Picture, Researcher Says Little Rock - The Associated Press (MNNWA, 12/22/97, pg A-1) Problem Competing States New Focus The Problem: Arkansas has high employment and low inflation to start the new Year, but the state needs to make some changes to continue its economic success, says one observer. Charles E. Venus, a consulting economist, says Arkansas "has a very serious long-range economic development problem." The Arkansas Dilemma "We don't have an unemployment problem. We do have a level-of-employment problem." Economist Charles E. Venus "We don't have an unemployment problem. We do have a level-of-employment problem. We have almost everybody working, but not at jobs that are going to get them significant income increases," Venus said. "I would say we have already got security, we just don't have any success," Venus said, 'And I'm not sure we're prepared to go anywhere until we make some basic improvements in our education."
Untitled Document Initiative Review Group 16, staff Development and Classroom Strategies for InformationEducation, 1513 Holds Meeting in Fayetteville. arkansas Libraries 55 4 http://comp.uark.edu/~neciap/pubs.html