Economic Dev Grant support of Southern Miss, and higher education in mississippi USM is the only mississippiuniversity offering courses in by our own faculty and staff, as well http://www.pr.usm.edu/prnews/aug02/edgrant02.htm
Extractions: HATTIESBURG, Miss. - The National Center for Economic Development at the University of Southern Mississippi will receive $2 million in federal funding, Sen. Trent Lott, R-Pascagoula, announced Thursday. "USM is playing a leading role in the training of economic development professionals, and this funding will enable the institution to enhance its economic development curriculum to produce even more trained economic developers who can help brings jobs to our state," Lott said. "Bringing new jobs to Mississippi is one of my top priorities." The grant will be administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and will help fund construction of a $10 million building to house the center, which received an initial $2 million federal grant in July. "Our Department of Economic Development has created innovative partnerships with communities and businesses throughout Mississippi and across our nation, which have resulted in new job opportunities, and business growth and expansion for both new and existing industry," said USM President Shelby Thames. "This $2 million funding is critical to our ability to maintain and expand state-of-the-art technology and facilities, which will help us ensure opportunities for further investment in job development and job growth.
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Trelease Lectures, States I-M mississippi. of education Research (1800-735-3503 register) all day teacher seminarsKansas City, MO Wednesday 30, 2002 Ferguson-Florissant Schools staff dev. http://www.trelease-on-reading.com/calendar_states_i_m.html
Teacher Education | Faculty And Staff Directory Elementary education University of Southern mississippi. Faculty, dev. AngelR. Stobaugh, Visiting Instructor Elementary education/Program Coordinator http://www.mscd.edu/~ted/contact/faculty_staff.shtml
Extractions: Academic Degrees: 1981 Ph.D. Special Education University of Denver, Denver CO 1978 M.Ed. Special Education The Citadel, Charleston, SC 1976 B.A. Special Education and Elementary Ed. Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL 1972 B.S. Journalism University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Professional Experience: 1989-present Metropolitan State College of Denver- Associate Professor Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA- Assistant Professor University of New Orleans- Assistant Professor Summerville School District, Summerville, SC-Special Education Teacher St. John's County, St. Augustine, FL- Special Education Teacher Nancy S. Bailey, Professor Reading
UW-L Campus Physical Dev Plan body and the professional faculty and staff. services; education; health, physicaleducation, and recreation and the surrounding Upper mississippi Valley region http://www.uwlax.edu/camplan/devplan/mission.htm
Extractions: The University of Wisconsin System Mission The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse shares in the mission of the University of Wisconsin System which is to develop human resources; to discover and disseminate knowledge and its application beyond the boundaries of its campuses; and to serve and stimulate society by developing in students heightened intellectual, cultural, and human sensitivities as well as scientific, professional, and technological expertise and a sense of purpose. Inherent in this broad mission are methods of instruction, research, extended education, and public service designed to educate people and improve the human condition. Basic to every purpose of the system is the search for truth. The Core Mission of the University Cluster As institutions in the University Cluster of the University of Wisconsin System, the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, the University of Wisconsin-Stout, the University of Wisconsin-Superior, and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater share the following core mission. Within the approved differentiation stated in their select missions, each university in the cluster shall: a. Offer associate and baccalaureate degree level and selected graduate programs within the context of its approved mission statement.
Dr. John Robinson Utilization Plans and Phosphorous Management in mississippi ,pp. in Southern AgricultureCase Studies and Materials for Policy education. Southern Rural dev. http://agecoext.tamu.edu/staff/mgment/robinson.htm
Extractions: Yang, C., J. H. Everitt, D. Murden, and J. R. C. Robinson. "Spatial Variability in Yields and Profits Within Ten Grain Sorghum Fields in South Texas." Transactions of American Society of Agricultural Engineers 45(4):897-906. Robinson, John R. C. [ed.]. Emerging Environmental Issues in Southern Agriculture: Case Studies and Materials for Policy Education. Southern Rural Development Center Publication No. 216. June, 2000. 90 pp. Available online at http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/agecon/PIE/Proceedings.PDF James R. Oldham and John R. C. Robinson. "Animal Utilization Plans and Phosphorous Management in Mississippi",pp. 47-54, IN John R. C. Robinson [ed.]. Emerging Environmental Issues in Southern Agriculture: Case Studies and Materials for Policy Education. Southern Rural Dev. Center Pub. No. 216. June, 2000. Available online at http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/agecon/PIE/Proceedings.PDF
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Program And Staff Development Committee MSU Extension Service Box 9660 mississippi State, MS Extension Evaluation, Accountability, staff Development Clemson education University of Tennessee PO Box http://srdc.msstate.edu/plcsite/rc/staffdev/comm.htm
ISDS.htm mississippi Authority for educational Television. State Department of education. WhatAgencies Make Up The State Interagency staff Development Council? http://www.ihl.state.ms.us/gol/isds.htm
Extractions: What is the Mission of the Interagency Staff Development System? To: Design and build a coordinated, comprehensive statewide system for continuous improvement that will meet the training needs of all literacy and literacy-related personnel and will strengthen the delivery of services to the community. What is The Interagency Staff Development System? I n the fall of 1993, a federal capacity-building grant was awarded to the Governor's Office of Literacy (GOL) to develop and demonstrate statewide interagency systems for staff development. By accepting these funds, the GOL also accepted the challenge of establishing a permanent vehicle through which literacy and literacy-related personnel could receive quality training at minimal cost. The Interagency Staff Development System is the GOL's response to that challenge. It is a system for making quality staff training in core values relevant and available to all front line staff of public and private service organizations. The System employs a Skills-Practice-Application model of training, which allows participants to try out and perfect their interpersonal and professional skills while on the job.
Pioneer Tools For Teachers Technology, Jackson, MS, mississippi education Computer Association, Elk Grove), IL,staff Development Resources (SDR Technology in education International Conference http://www.tools4teachers.com/e_conf.html
Extractions: Organization Presenter January 21-22, 1999 ICE Technology Indianapolis IN Indiana Computer Educators (ICE) Perry Reeves February 2-3, 1999 MECA Technology Jackson MS Mississippi Education Computer Association Perry Reeves February 14-17, 1999 TECA Technology Austin TX Texas Computer Education Association Perry Reeves February 17-18, 1999 Montana Conference Workshops Technology Bozeman MT Jim Samson February 18-19, 1999 Southeast Regional Social Studies Conf. Social Studies Greensboro NC Southeast Regional Council for Social Studies February 25-28, 1999 Southeast Regional Social Studies Conf. Technology St. Charles IL North Cook Intermediate Service Center Perry Reeves March 3-5, 1999 NCAECT Technology Triangle Park NC No. Carolina Assoc. of Educational Technologies
Workface Training And Dev Workplace Learning and Performance Center at the University of Southern mississippi. NASAhas funded the National Workforce Development education and Training http://www.pr.usm.edu/prnews/mar03/wtd.htm
Extractions: HELPING NASA PROMOTE GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES By Christopher Mapp HATTIESBURG "Just like the personal computer changed the way we do business and live everyday, it is projected that geospatial technologies will have more of an impact than the personal computer," said Heather Annulis, assistant professor from the Workplace Learning and Performance Center at the University of Southern Mississippi. So great is the interest in geospatial technology, which comprises one of the country's fastest growing high-tech sectors and offers enormous market potential, that NASA has funded the National Workforce Development Education and Training Initiative (NWDETI), a customer-driven effort to meet workforce demands for the emerging $21 billion geospatial industry. Over the past three years, USM's Workforce Training and Development (WTD) program has played a key role in NWDETI, which aims ultimately to develop a well-trained workforce for the geospatial industry that will help the United States maintain its global leadership in that field. The WTD program at USM, under the School of Engineering Technology, is currently in the third year of a five-year NWDETI grant from NASA worth $3 million. Geospatial technologies, which include global positioning systems, geographic information systems and remote sensing, are used by consumers in a variety of ways. OnStar, a satellite-assisted navigational system for automobiles, allows motorists to find their way to any destination using a computerized map. Community development agencies, foresters, farmers, law enforcement agencies and engineers, to name a few, rely on the technologies to address everyday challenges.
MSU MEMO: August 21, 1995 mississippi State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action SUPPORT staff.Continuing education Accounting Assistant I, Pay grade 6, Closing Date http://msuinfo.ur.msstate.edu/msu_memo/1995/8-21-95/jobs.htm
Extractions: The following vacancies are subject to change on a daily basis. Mississippi State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Assistant Professor/Plant Ecologist, Biological Sciences Assistant Professor, College of Vet Medicine Assistant Prof./Coord. of Instr. Fac. Dev., College of Vet Medicine Assistant Professor, Communication Assistant Professor, Counselor Educational/Educational Psychology Assistant Professor (3 positions), Curriculum and Instruction
MSU MEMO: July 24, 1995 mississippi State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative information on currentsupport staff vacancies on time and TimeLimited), College of education; http://msuinfo.ur.msstate.edu/msu_memo/1995/7-24-95/jobs.htm
Extractions: The following vacancies are subject to change on a daily basis. Mississippi State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Human Resources Management also provides employment opportunity information via telephone. The "Dial-A-Job" line provides information on current support staff vacancies on a daily basis. This service is updated on Tuesdays and Fridays. If you don't have time to visit the MSU Human Resources office, call Dial-A-Job at 325-4132 it's the next best thing to being there. Administrative Officer, Extension Administration Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Officer, Business Affairs/Human Resources Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (MSU Internal Search Only), Academic Affairs Associate Dean for External Affairs, Business and Industry (MSU Internal Search Only) Chair/English Professor, Arts and Sciences, Meridian Campus, Academic Affairs Dean, College of Education, Academic Affairs Executive Director and Assistant Professor (Program of Research and Evaluation for Public School), College of Education
Extractions: Workforce Development User requirement identification process. The creation of a workforce development thrust in the RSTC is the foundation for future demand and growth of remote sensing technology in Mississippi and the nation. Developing this workforce in Mississippi should include a "grass roots" foundation throughout the state, links to policy decision makers, and researchers. This area of the RSTC will carefully create a model of development to enhance our current and future workforce in Mississippi and the region. The SSRC will continue to conduct survey research to provide NASA and potential business partners information about the activity currently developing in the remote sensing field. These activities will be planned and conducted with close integration with each of the focus areas. Partnerships have been formed with researchers in the College of Business and Industry to meet the needs of the burgeoning remote sensing industry in Mississippi. The MSU-ES provides a link to all areas of Mississippi through the county offices and already has programs in agriculture and forestry. The face-to-face communication with end users that the Extension Service will provide through workshops and short courses will further the interest and use of remote sensing by individuals already in business or creating their business.