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Extractions: The Family Resource Management Graduate Program focuses on the allocation of human and non-human resources to achieve the goals of the consumer. Within this framework, students develop specializations in consumer and family economics, family financial management, family resource management, or some combination of these. All graduate students are required to complete a first year sequence of coursework in family resource management, as well as coursework in microeconomics, and statistics. Upper level coursework in family resource management as well as additional coursework is planned to meet the intellectual interests and professional goals of the student. Students may choose supporting areas such as economics, business, sociology, statistics, or political science. The Master of Science program usually requires six to eight quarters of work. Students must complete a minimum of 45 credit hours of graduate coursework including a thesis or individual investigation.
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Extractions: Bailey, Joseph P. printable version The cross-disciplinary M.S. Program in Telecommunications combines rigorous technical coursework in communication systems and networks taught by the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science with complementary coursework in telecommunications industry management and international regulatory policy taught by the College of Business and Management and the School of Public Affairs. The program is designed to meet the needs of the telecommunications industry for technically competent employees with a sufficiently broad educational background to assume significant leadership positions within the industry. ENTS carries a special differential tuition rate of $722 per credit hour; please contact the program for specific information.
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Extractions: the University of Maryland THIS CONCISE SUMMARY OF BROAD PRINCIPLES APPLICABLE TO RESEARCH AGREEMENTS BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND(UM) AND INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS. THE GUIDE WAS PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION AND ADVANCEMENT, WITH THE INTENT TO FACILITATE OUR RESEARCH RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR ORGANIZATION. THE PRINCIPLES SET FORTH IN THIS GUIDE REFLECT THE UNIVERSITY'S POSITION AS A PUBLICLY SUPPORTED EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION, MINIMIZING AND REDUCING MODIFICATIONS TO ANY FUTURE AGREEMENTS. View a sample industry agreement Introduction The University of Maryland has a history of cooperation with industry in the support of research that is consonant with the University's missions of teaching, research, and public service. Cooperative efforts are encouraged because they produce mutual benefits as well as benefits to society. Industry support contributes to the education of scientists, engineers, and others and also to the development of technologies that can be put to practical use by society. Facilitating the transfer of technology is an important goal of the cooperative industry-university relationship. Our industrial sponsored research projects maintain a balance between industry's search for useful knowledge to be applied toward the development of products, processes and services and the University's pursuit of research as an integral part of the educational process. A valuable benefit of industry-university cooperation is to provide additional research and thesis opportunities for students.
Extractions: The Dual Degree Doctor of Pharmacy and Master of Business Administration program aims to provide Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) students with management skills and to develop entrepreneurial capabilities for a pharmacy career in a diverse range of health care positions, the University of Baltimore (UB) Merrick School of Business and the University of Maryland Baltimore School of Pharmacy (UMB) have formed a Doctor of Pharmacy/ Master of Business Administration dual degree program. The purpose of the PharmD/MBA program is to facilitate PharmD students attaining the MBA degree. This brochure contains the dual PharmD/MBA admissions and program requirements. The MBA Program The MBA program at the University of Baltimores Merrick School of Business is accredited by AACSB International The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The graduate business programs are not only of high quality, but also afford students the flexibility and practicality of completing the MBA program via evening, Saturday, or Web courses. Evening Courses are offered on the traditional 15-week semester and meet once a week. Saturday and Web courses are typically delivered on accelerated 10-week sessions, allowing busy professionals the flexibility to expedite completing the program requirements, while maintaining high academic standards.
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Extractions: Policy (SAPs) Testimony Reports to Congress Information for Agencies Circulars Memoranda Bulletins Privacy Guidance ... Click here to review this document in PDF format Intergovernmental Review (SPOC List) It is estimated that in 2001 the Federal Government will outlay $305.6 billion in grants to State and local governments. Executive Order 12372, "Intergovernmental Review of Federal Programs," was issued with the desire to foster the intergovernmental partnership and strengthen federalism by relying on State and local processes for the coordination and review of proposed Federal financial assistance and direct Federal development. The Order allows each State to designate an entity to perform this function. Below is the official list of those entities. For those States that have a home page for their designated entity, a direct link has been provided below.
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Extractions: Logger educational programs have been established in many states, with most being voluntary. Curriculum and teaching methods vary by state. However, the overall purpose of many of these programs is to provide loggers with the "critical thinking skills" needed to improve their harvesting practices, work safety, economic viability and protect the environment. In addition, they address public concerns and fears about timber harvesting, that could preclude unwarranted regulations and local logging ordinances. This training for loggers have facilitated many behavioral changes and recommended BMP's(Best Management Practices) are in place. Logging is a significant business in the U.S. It is estimated there are 25,000 logging firms nationwide with 150,000 harvesting professionals. Logging is the first stage for an industry that makes up 7% of the Nation's manufacturing economy. It is estimated there are 483 million acres of commercial forests nationwide with approximately 5 million acres harvested annually.
Extractions: Maryland Grants is a service of the Maryland Department of Planning providing access to an online searchable database of grant information by name, number, agency, and program category. Maryland Grants allows a simultaneous search of the Catalog of State Assistance Programs (Red Book), the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA), and the State Treasurer's Records of Private Foundations. The Red Book - Catalog of State Assistance Programs is a database of financial and technical assistance programs available through State agencies. This 1998 version of the Red Book is now online, and will be updated annually. Links are provided to agency websites, and email links to appropriate staff help speed up the process of finding grant opportunities and narrowing your search. GPO Access is a service of the U.S. Government Printing Office that provides free electronic access to a wealth of important information products produced by the Federal Government. The information provided on this site is the official, published version and the information retrieved from GPO Access can be used without restriction, unless specifically noted. The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) is a compendium of Federal programs, projects, services, and activities which provide assistance to the public. It contains financial and nonfinancial assistance programs administered by departments and establishments Federal government.
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Extractions: The Program Manager position is jointly supported by the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSOS) and the Office of Continuing and Extended Education (OCEE). Working in conjunction with OCEE, the Program Manager will provide academic and administrative leadership for the development and implementation of continuing education programs offered by the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences. The Program Manager will be expected to identify, analyze and facilitate the implementation of appropriate continuing education initiatives for units within the college. In addition, he/she will provide and/or coordinate a range of services including needs assessment; curriculum design/ development; instructor recruitment; program budget development; selection of course formats, locations and logistics; marketing; and program evaluation. III Essential Duties and Responsibilities: V Compensation and Application: Salary is competitive and includes a full benefits package. For best consideration, submit a letter of interest, along with a resume and the names and contact information of three professional references to Search Committee, Program Manager, Attn: Sandra Nola, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 208, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742 by December 5, 2002. Position will remain open until filled.
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Extractions: Hospital regulation; the dilemma of public policy, by Anne R. Somers. Princeton, N.J., Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University, 1969. xxii, 240 p. 22 cm. (Princeton University. Industrial Relations Section. Research report series ; no. 112) Bibliographical footnotes. This item is part of a special collection: The Kerr White Health Care Collection. For access to this collection, please go to Historical Collections. 1. Health Services Research I. Kerr White Health Care Collection II. Research report series (Princeton University. Industrial Relations Section) ; no. 112. Short Record Short Record Quintana, Olga AUPHA management problem-solving (MAPS) module, financial management [written by Olga Quintana] [1st ed.] Washington, D.C. : Association of University Programs in Health Administration, c1981. vi, 76 p. : forms ; 28 cm. (Health management appraisal methods program.) Prepared with support from the Agency for International Development. On cover: MAPS, health management problem-solving modules. At head of title: Health management appraisal methods program. Bibliography: p. 76. This item is part of a special collection: The Kerr White Health Care Collection. For access to this collection, please go to Historical Collections. 1. Health Services Research I. Association of University Programs in Health Administration. II. United States. Agency for International Development. III. Kerr White Health Care Collection IV. Management problem-solving (MAPS) module, financial management. V. MAPS, health management problem-solving modules.