Extractions: Speaking and Media Resume: Midwest U.S. See where Dr. Bluestein has appeared in your area! This information is broken down state by state and includes speaking engagements, media (radio and television) and print media (newspapers, magazines) as well. Local and State-Wide Conferences and Events by State IL IA KS MN ... SD , and WI ILLINOIS Speaking Champaign
Dev-Alum Staff Southwest missouri State University. staff. SMSU Foundation Office of Development and Alumni Relations staff Director of Development, College of education and Meyer Library http://www.foundation.smsu.edu/Dev-Alum/Dev-AlumStaff.htm
Extractions: of Humanities and Public Affairs Doug Cates , Director of Development, College of Business Administration Jenny Crews , Director of Development Research Colleen Davis , Administrative Secretary, Alumni Activities Brent Dunn , Assistant Director of Athletics/Director of Athletics Development Julie Ebersold , Director of Alumni Activities Wendy Ferguson , Director of Donor Relations Donna Hagar , The Alumni Center Building Manager Don Hendrickson , Assistant System Administrator Lori Hunt , Assistant Director of Hammons Student Center / Plaster Denise Kettering , Director of Administration Lance M. Kettering , Assistant Director of Athletics Development Ava McIntosh , Receptionist Donna Merrell , Director of Development, College of Education and Meyer Library Kathy Miller , Gift Records Supervisor Marie Murphree , Director of Development, College of Arts and Letters Karen Neal , System Administrator Vicki Nelson , Executive Assistant, Development and Alumni Relations Barbie Penn , Senior Administrative Clerk, Records Faith Peterson , Director of Development, College of Natural and Applied Sciences Angela Pinegar , Assistant Director of Administration Keri Robinson , Assistant Director of Annual Funds Jeannie Schillereff , Senior Administrative Clerk, Records
Extractions: Course Day Time Instructor BS 118-77 Intro Proc Sci Elm Tch Arr Arr Nabors CF 119-77 Child Growth and Dev Arr Arr Staff CP 611-74 Development Theories Meets 6/17, 7:30-9pm Arr Arr V. Pope Assessment in Counseling Meets 6/17, 6-7:30pm Arr Arr Staff S F. Yeo R M. Gould MA 155-77* Statistical Reasoning TWRF P. Singh MA 318-77* Mathematics II TWRF C. Roberts MA 418-77* Geometry for Teachers TWRF Wencewicz MW B. Adkins Crime/Human Behavior TR Veneziano Three Rivers Community College Summer 2003 "A" Session (June 2- June 27) Course Day Time Instructor Arts 123-A70KE M-TH 8-10:25 am Reublin EDUC 140-A70KE Tech for Teachers M-TH 3:30-5:25 pm Skelton ENGL 04-A70KE Intro to Composition M-TH 1-3:25 pm J. Patterson ENGL 111-A70KE College Writing M-TH 8-10:25 am Sando GOVT 121-A70KE M-TH 8-10:25 am Robinson IST 100-A70KE Computer Literacy M-TH Willis MATH 05-A70KE Fund of Math M-TH McEwen MATH 153-A70KE Intermediate Alegbra M-TH 1-3:25 pm Watson PSYC 111-A70KE General Psychology M-TH Moore "B" Session
Missouri Southern State College Evening Classes KINESIOLOGY (PHYSICAL education) 2413 KINE 101 FITNESS WALKING 1 0630 08 1 0630- 0810 M YGYM staff 2415 KINE GREEN R 2416 KINE 385 NUTRITION-HUMAN dev 3 06 http://www.mssc.edu/classes/spring03/eveningcourses.htm
Extractions: 2110 COMM 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 05:30 - 08:15 M WH305 STAFF 2111 COMM 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 06:30 - 09:15 T WH305 STAFF 2112 COMM 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION* 3 05:15 - 06:15 W WH307 GOODNIGHT H * THIS HYBRID COURSE MEETS ON CAMPUS ONE DAY A WEEK. THE REMAINDER OF THE COURSE IS TAUGHT OVER THE INTERNET.
Missouri Southern State College Evening Classes PRACTICUM TBA TBA staff 2635 EDUC 430 LANG dev EX CHLD 3 RDNG 3 0400 0700 M TH114staff 2638 EDUC 3 TBA TBA FAGUNDES R * FOR TEACHER education MAJORS ONLY. http://www.mssc.edu/classes/fall01/eveningcourses.htm
Extractions: Theatre ACCOUNTING 2000 ACCT 201 PRNCPLES OF ACCT I 3 06:30 - 09:15 M MH103 HUFFMAN W 2001 ACCT 202 PRNCPLS OF ACCT II 3 06:30 - 09:15 T MH306 ROARK S 2002 ACCT 312 INTERMEDIATE ACCT I 3 06:30 - 07:45 M W MH102 SHAVER J 2003 ACCT 332 INTRMDTE ACCTNG III 3 06:30 - 07:45 M W MH306 COMSTOCK M Return to Department Listings ART 2040 ART 110 ART APPRECIATION 3 06:30 - 09:15 W WH106 STAFF 2041 ART 130 BEGINNING DRAWING 3 06:30 - 09:30 T TH A202 NOBLETT D 2042 ART 215 COMPUTER DESIGN I 3 06:30 - 09:30 M W A331 KYLE N 2043 ART 310 TRANS. WATERCOLOR 3 06:30 - 09:30 M W A202 BRAY J Return to Department Listings AVIATION 2055 AV 200 BASIC PILOT TRAININ* 5 TBA AIRPT BROWN J * STUDENTS WISHING TO REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS MUST CONTACT THE DEAN OF TECHNOLOGY PRIOR TO ENROLLING, 417-625-9328. CLASS IS HELD AT THE JOPLIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT. Return to Department Listings BIOLOGY Return to Department Listings BUSINESS 2084 GB 301 LEGAL ENV OF BUS I 3 06:30 - 09:15 M MH213 TIEDE J 2085 GB 302 LEGAL ENV OF BUS II 3 06:30 - 09:15 TH MH306 TIEDE J 2087 GB 320 BUS COMMUNICATIONS (WI) 3 06:30 - 09:15 TH MH318 STAFF
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
Aboutus was adequate and affordable housing, and education issues Valley Human Resource; JohnFletcher, Central missouri Agri Service of a new year, the staff and Board http://www.marshall-saline-dev.com/aboutus.html
Extractions: Development Corp. The Board of Directors of Marshall-Saline Development Corporation is composed of 7 members. Five represent those entities who support MSDC in the amount of $10,000 or more, per year. The remaining two are called "At-Large" members. They are elected by the other 5 Board Members. The Board hold its reorganization meeting in January of each year. Officers for the year are also elected at that time.
Trelease Lectures, States I-M missouri. 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
Resources: Professional Dev't And Teacher Support structure to support local staff development efforts. Project MOST (missouri SupportingTeachers) Project a consortium of statewide education leaders planning http://www.benton.org/Library/Schools/resources6.html
Extractions: This site offers a national collaborative structure to support local staff development efforts. OII came from the vision of two classroom teachers, Ferdi Serim and Bonnie Bracey, who recognized the need for professional development activities that would help other teachers become part of the Internet community. The OII Entry Points and CyberSeminar enable participants to develop skills in computer basics, connectivity, exploration and evaluation, navigation and research, communication, and curriculum development and presentation. The classroom educators and proponents of systemic reform who created the Online Internet Institute believe that computers and other educational technologies should be used to support, not replace, the teacher. Project MOST (Missouri Supporting Teachers) Project MOSTis a consortium of statewide education leaders planning a program of education reform and technological innovation. Their integrated teacher support system and network infrastructure is designed around the needs of teachers implementing math and science curriculum through problem-based learning and computational science techniques.
Biochemistry & Microbiology | Faculty & Staff education BS, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT; MS, Brigham Young ProfessionalExperience Postdoctoral Fellow, University of missouri, Columbia, MO, 1991 dev. http://www.healthsciences.okstate.edu/college/dept/basic/bio_micro/rickords_cv.h
Engineering Development Staff demonstrates its belief in education and intellectual provides benefits to students,faculty and staff. The University of missouri's Office of Technology and http://www.engineering.missouri.edu/dev/corp.htm
Extractions: The Engineering Development Office can assist you when it comes to corporate gifts. An Engineering Development Officer will work with you and the MU Office of Corporate Relations to assist in identifying areas of need and interest; establishing and developing relationships between the company and University faculty, researchers, students and staff; and in building a partnership based on mutually-beneficial opportunities. Business and industry have played a significant role at MU for decades and have been not only generous philanthropic supporters, but have provided opportunities for students and faculty through post-graduate employment, internships, faculty grants and sponsored research. In return for their support, corporations gain many competitive advantages, such as: Strengthening ties with MU and the College of Engineering, interacting with students and faculty, opportunities to recruit the best and brightest engineering students, opportunities to be a part of career fairs and other involvements. Recruiting for employment or internships, supporting research projects, working with faculty on specific projects, and providing general support for the college through scholarships, professorships and endowments are just a few of the ways corporations support those at MU.
Extractions: University Extension Fellowship Report Community Development in Australia Mary Simon Leuci Contacts: Bruce McKenzie, Dale Williams, Stephen Blunden The Centre and the Department of Rural Development are engaged in teaching community development principles, processes and practices that can be applied in all aspects of rural development, including agriculture. The competency-based program is noted for its 20years of operating an experiential program, both for undergraduates and for graduate study. Most of the graduate students are working full-time in jobs and come from a broad geographic area as well as a broad spectrum of community development practice. The primary competencies focus around collaboration, learning,discourse, systems thinking, community-based processes, the learning community, and participatory action research. Students take core courses but gain much of their education from developing their own approaches and working in communities on real issues, meeting with other students in interest groups, participating in workshops, and reflecting regularly with other students and faculty about learning in progress. Students are required to negotiate a real community project and "prove," so to speak, that they have learned key concepts and skills by developing a client-based report and review document to convey competencies developed and mastered. Students are mentored by a group of faculty through their course of study; however, one faculty person serves as the primary facilitator for each student.
CES CYF Network Human Resources Database Lynn, Associate Professor, CASPP Director, University of missouri. Rachel, Ozretich,Parent education Coordinator, Extension, Specialist Program and staff dev, LSU. http://www.cyfernet.org/profdata/view.asp
Extractions: The purpose of the CYFERnet Professionals Databaase is to facilitate networking, collaboration and technical assistance among the children, youth and family programs and staff of the Cooperative Extension Service. Search Results Name Position Institution Abell, Ellen Extension Specialist and Associate Prof Auburn University Adams, Marilyn Spokesperson, President, and Founder Farm Safety 4 Just Kids Adcock, Bryan Child and Family Development Specialist University Outreach and Extension Anderson, Sarah Associate Director - Family, Youth and 4-H University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Servi Anthony, Wilbon Extension Educator Prevention University of Illinois Extension Arrington, Wandra Extension Youth Development Agent Alcorn State University Cooperative Extension Atkins, Beth Curriculum Development Specialist Virginia Tech Bailey, Sandra (Sandy) Montana State University Barbour, Joella Family and Human Developement Agent Virginia Cooperative Extesnion Barker, Heidi
Missouri State Government Home Page missouri Assessment Program. 800845-3545 Professional Support staff. Regional Facilitators missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary education. Division of School http://www.state.mo.us/
Extractions: Click for Listing State Bids/Vendors Merit System Jobs Agriculture Missouri State Fair Conservation Hunting/Fishing Corrections Economic Dev. Economic Indicators Tourism Utilities K-12 Schools Teacher Certification Vocational Rehab. Birth/Death Records Family Care Safety Higher Education Institutions Homeland Security Information Tech. Insurance Employment Security Workers' Comp Mental Health Natural Resources State Parks Public Safety Highway Patrol Liquor Control SEMA Water Patrol Revenue Drivers Licensing Lottery Taxes Vehicle Licensing Social Services Child Support Enf.
Missouri School District Directory: Raytown C-2 (4070), Grade Span K05. Enrollment 421, Certificated staff 30. missouri Departmentof Elementary and Secondary education Email firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.dese.state.mo.us/directory/048073.html
Extractions: District Dr. Mark Melson Pres. of Bd. Mrs. Sue A Bambini Secy. of Board Dr. Henry Russell Supt. Mrs. Sue Bambini Secy. to Supt. Dr. Rick Atha Asst. Supt. Mrs. Willene Hinken Exec. Dir. Elem. Educ. Dr. Terry Allee Exec. Dir. Spec. Serv. Dr. Barbara Condra Exec. Dir. Curr./Staff Dev./Assess. Dr. Kathleen Harris Exec. Dir. Admin. Serv. Mrs. Martha Cockerell Exec. Dir. Pers. Mr. Harold Brown Exec. Dir. Bus. Dr. John Vanderford Exec. Dir. Fac. Sup. Serv. Mr. Lee Updike Dir. Tech. Mrs. Nancy Coughenour Dir. Food Serv. Ms. Judy Essary Dir. Trans. Mr. Harold Albin Dir. Athl. Dr. Sandra G Cooper Dir. Comm. Educ.
Missouri School District Directory: Affton 101 (4080), Grade Span 0305. Enrollment 503, Certificated staff 38. missouri Departmentof Elementary and Secondary education Email email@example.com http://www.dese.state.mo.us/directory/096098.html
Extractions: District Mr. Robert Shockey Pres. of Bd. Mrs. Mary Ann Schiller Secy. of Board Dr. Gay Tompkins Supt. Mrs. Mary Ann Schiller Admin. Asst. to Supt. Dr. Larry R Smith Asst. Supt. Mr. Steve Barylski Dir. Bus. Affairs Mrs. Alison Muehlhauser Asst. Pers./Grants Mrs. Cynthia Seltzer Coord. Staff Dev. Mr. Dave Walters Mgr. Fac./Grnds. Mrs. Glenna Norris Coord. Tech. Mr. John Brubaker Dir. Specl. Educ./Student Serv. Linda Hobbs Prof. Dev. Chairperson
Professional Staff Professional staff. BES, MA, University of missouri (Columbia, MO). BarbaraDreier firstname.lastname@example.org, Coordinator, Adult Basic education, http://www.ecc.cc.mo.us/admin/hr/directory/prof-staff.html