Staff Kansas City missouri Office 2345 Grand Boulevard, Suite 500 Kansas City, MO KarenWilson, education Program Develop Manager, MO, (816) 4726100, staff Count 48. http://www.apwa.net/About/Staff.asp
Extractions: Fax: (202) 408-9542 Full Name Title Location Phone Daniel Armstrong Director of Information Technology MO Nickole Blankenship Executive Communication Coord MO Karen Bloodworth Professional Dev Program Mgr MO Donna Cardwell Accounts Payable Specialist MO Kevin Clark Editor MO Mary Coleman Accountant MO David Dancy Director of Marketing MO Ann Daniels Dir Technical Services MO Elizabeth Denniston Director of Rural Transit DC Jon Dilley MO Sarah Ellis Graphic Designer MO Julie Engler HR Manager/Office Manager MO Carol Estes Program Manager MO James Fahey Director of Government Relations DC Diana Forbes Meetings Coordinator MO Art Gall Technical Services Program Mgr MO Ashley Gann Education Assistant MO Matt Grizzard Manager, Rural Programs
University Of Missouri Outreach And Extension Linda Sue Hatch, OFFICE SUPPORT staff II EFNEP UO/E Southwest Region 4173582158HoppV@missouri.edu. Russell Ingram, SMALL FAMILY FARMS education ASSISTANT II http://uoe.oseda.missouri.edu/owa_uoe/plsql/ordsys.outreach_staff_dir.show_regio
University Of Missouri Outreach And Extension Regional staff. NORTHWEST REGION UO/E Northwest Region 8162791691 MillerD@missouri.edu.Constance J. Mowrer, NUTRITION education ASSISTANT III NODAWAY COUNTY http://uoe.oseda.missouri.edu/owa_uoe/plsql/ordsys.outreach_staff_dir.show_regio
Teacher Education | Faculty & Staff Information Michigan UniversitySpecial Assistant to the Dean of education. University of missouri-Columbia-Instructor1988-89 Pennsylvania State University-staff Associate. http://www.mscd.edu/~ted/dptinfo/faculty.shtml
Extractions: email@example.com Academic Degrees: 2001 Ed.D. Special Education, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Co 1995 M.A. Special Education, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 1993 B.A. Elementary Education, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC Professional Experience: 2002-present Metropolitan State College of Denver - Assistant Professor Weld County RE3-J School District - Special Education Teacher Chatham County Schools - Special Education Teacher Burke County Schools - Special Education Teacher Peggy L. Anderson, Professor back to the top 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
Vita and Mathematics Association, Central missouri Teacher's Association Who's Who in AmericanEducation, 198990 Dissertation Award - National Council of staff dev. http://coe.ksu.edu/Bailey/html/vita.html
MoROC - Missouri Rural Opportunities Council Meeting space from the missouri Rural Electric Cooperatives or investor owned utilitycompanies. MoROC staff and Telecommunications/education committee chair http://www.moroc.org/workplan.html
Extractions: Contact Us Introduction: The Missouri Rural Opportunities Council (MoROC) was formally organized in November 1992 as Missouri's official state rural development council (SRDC). As a result of an extremely innovative federal initiative, MoROC has joined numerous other SRDCs and the National Rural Development Council to comprise the National Rural Development Partnership (NRDP). SRDCs are charged with four major tasks: Serve as a catalyst for cooperation among partner members Involve the private sector in public/private sector collaboration Affect a broad range of rural life and people by sharing the benefits of rural development Undertake a comprehensive, long-term, strategic approach to rural development
MISSOURI PROGRAM PERFORMANCE by volunteers and paid nonextension staff. and Parenting 25.1.3-MissouriVolunteer Resource 25.3.1-Growing through education Means Success http://outreach.missouri.edu/mppers/help.html
Extractions: MISSOURI PROGRAM PERFORMANCE, EVALUATION REPORTING SYSTEM MONTHLY STATISTICAL REPORTS DIRECTIONS Introduction The Monthly Statistical Report collects quantitative data about extension activities. Monthly contact and time data are entered by each staff member using the Monthly Statistical Report (MSR) application All staff (campus and off-campus specialists, educational assistants and administrators), whose extension appointment is greater than or equal to 25 percent, are required to report 100 percent of their extension appointment time. Total time and contacts should be reported for all extension activities, including leave and holidays. Staff are encouraged to report on a monthly basis. Reporting the sum of hours and contacts for the month will reduce the time required for reporting. Data will be stored in a central database. Reports of contact information at the county, region and state levels will be available to all staff via the World Wide Web. Personnel reports, with password protection, will be available to UO/E regional directors and administration. Requests for special reports may be sent to Cindy Martin, Coordinator, Extension Information Systems. System Requirements Application Overview (For specific instructions, see the "Step-by-Step Instructions" section below.)
Missouri Senate - Daily Action Health Commission to Hire Three staff Members to SB 0397 Jacob - Establishes MissouriCollege Guarantee Program 02/25/97 - Referred S education Committee. http://www.senate.state.mo.us/97info/daily/022597.htm
Extractions: SB 0018 Staples - Changes Requirement For Use of Personal Flotation Devices 02/25/97 - S Third Read and Passed 02/25/97 - H First Read SB 0019 Staples - Public Driver's License and Vehicle Records May Be Closed In Part By Individuals 02/25/97 - Reported From S Budget Control to Floor 02/25/97 - S Third Read and Passed 02/25/97 - H First Read SB 0038 Howard 02/25/97 - Reported Truly Perfected S Rules Committee SB 0104 Westfall - Expansion of Hospital Districts 02/25/97 - SCS S adopted 02/25/97 - S Third Read and Passed - Consent SB 0121 Caskey - Motor Vehicle Passenger Safety Requirements 02/25/97 - SA 2 to SS S offered (Rohrbach) 02/25/97 - SA 2 to SS defeated 02/25/97 - SS, as amended, S adopted 02/25/97 - Perfected SB 0124 Goode - Sales/Use Tax on Trade-Ins 02/25/97 - SCA 1 S adopted 02/25/97 - S Third Read and Passed, as amended - Consent SB 0128 Mathewson - Revises Rates Which May Be Charged on Certain Small Loans and Second Mortgage Loans 02/25/97 - S Third Read and Passed 02/25/97 - H First Read SB 0142 DePasco - Revises Missouri's Pawnbroker Laws 02/25/97 - Reported Truly Perfected S Rules Committee SB 0148 Klarich - Management of Escrow Accounts By Real Estate 02/25/97 - SCA 1 S adopted 02/25/97 - S Third Read and Passed, as amended - Consent
Missouri Senate - Daily Action SB 0023 Curls - Designates How missouri Will Respond to Disabled 02/17/97 - ReferredS education Committee. Health Commission to Hire Three staff Members to http://www.senate.state.mo.us/97info/daily/021797.htm
Extractions: SB 0011 Caskey - Increases Compensation For County Officers 02/17/97 - SCA 1 S Adopted 02/17/97 - SS S offered (Caskey) 02/17/97 - SS, as amended, S adopted - S219 02/17/97 - Perfected - S219 SB 0016 Mathewson - Various Changes to Elections and Campaign Finance Law 02/17/97 - Reported Truly Perfected S Rules Committee SB 0023 Curls SB 0051 McKenna - Modifies Child Custody and Child Support Statutes SB 0104 Westfall - Expansion of Hospital Districts 02/17/97 - Reported From S Local Govt. Com. to Floor w/SCS - Consent SB 0124 Goode - Sales/Use Tax on Trade-Ins SB 0146 Goode - Special School District of St. Louis County 02/17/97 - Reported From S Education Committee to Floor - Consent SB 0148 Klarich - Management of Escrow Accounts By Real Estate 02/17/97 - Committee Vote Reconsidered SB 0152 House - Allows Retired Nonteachers To Be Employed Part-time 02/17/97 - Reported From S Education Committee to Floor - Consent SB 0182 Klarich - Any Recipient of State Family Planning Funds Must Meet Confidentiality Requirements of Family Planning Records SB 0183 Mathewson SB 0194 Caskey - Death Benefits For County Retirement System Members 02/17/97 - Reported From S Elections Committee to Floor w/SCS-Consent SB 0202 Maxwell SB 0220 House - Allows Children Between the Ages of 12 and 16 to Work With Lawn Machinery 02/17/97 - Reported From S Corrections Com. to Floor w/SCS - Consent
FY 1996 Missouri Budget From House Budget staff. For Higher education, the total funds revenue does notinclude missouri Digital News is produced by the State Government Reporting http://www.mdn.org/1995/DATA/BUD00.HTM
Extractions: In Millions of Dollars Click here if your browser does not support tables. All Funds Agencies FY 1995 Approp. Governor's Rec. Legislature Passed Percent Increase Corrections Elected Officals Mental Health Payment on bonds Courts Conservation Primary Education Higher Education Natural Resources Social Services Agriculture Admin. Office Transportation Health Revenue Insurance Legislature Labor Public Safety Economic Dev. TOTAL FUNDS General Revenue Agencies FY 1995 Approp. Governor's Rec. Legislature Passed Percent Increase Corrections Labor Agriculture Payment on bonds Social Services Revenue Natural Resources Courts Elected Officals Mental Health Higher Education Admin. Office Primary Education Economic Dev. Transportation Conservation Legislature Health Public Safety Insurance TOTAL GENERAL REVENUE NOTES ALL FUNDS includes state taxes, federal funds, gambling revenue, ear-marked taxes and fees. GENERAL REVENUE covers only those funds which the legislature is free to appropriate as it wishes. Some agencies (such as the departments of Transportation, Conservation and Insurance) receive little or no General Revenue. These agencies are funded totally or almost totally from ear-marked taxes and fees. For Higher Education, the total funds revenue does not include outside funds the universities raise from fees, federal funds, tuition, etc.
Extractions: Welcome to Our House Leadership What's New House of Prayer ... Leadership Development Congregation Temple Israel is blessed with a wonderful clerical and lay staff. Together, they put into action programs and services which further Jewish learning and identity among our members and the community at large. Rabbi Mark L. Shook has been Senior Rabbi since 1987. A graduate of the University of Michigan (BA - Anthropology/Near Eastern Studies), he was ordained from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) in 1972. As Assistant and later Associate Rabbi of Congregation Temple Israel from 1972 until 1980, he was instrumental in organizing our beautiful Edison Retreat Center, located in Troy, Missouri. Rabbi Shook was awarded the Doctor of Divinity degree from HUC-JIR. He serves on the Board of Interfaith Partnership of Metropolitan St. Louis, is co-chair of Faith Beyond Walls, an interfaith program of community service, and is chairman of the Board of Ranken-Jordan, a children's convalescent hospital. He also serves as a Police Chaplain for the City of Creve Coeur and for St. Louis County, and as Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at St. Louis University, under an endowed lectureship of the Jewish Chautauqua Society.
Community At SMSU from our own SMSU faculty or staff members and management training in southwest missouri. br br TheCenter for Continuing and Professional education provides a http://www.smsu.edu/community.htm
Extractions: The community of Springfield and the Ozarks supports SMSU by attending campus events, cheering Bears sports, and interacting through many other activities. SMSU also supports the community through its statewide mission in public affairs. Community outreach programs through public affairs research centers, adult continuing education, distance learning courses, public broadcasting, and telecommunication linkages with other metropolitan universities utilize faculty expertise and skills to address state and community problems. Bookstore
Continuing Education In Vision dev. Annual Meeting Reno Nevada, 10/17/00, 10/21/00, 59.5. Universityof missouri St. Inc. Continuing education Seminar, 04/15/00, 04/16/00, 11. http://www.asbo.state.az.us/conted.html
Extractions: Who Are We? FAQ's Board Members Laws ... Staff CONTINUING EDUCATION Applicants for continuing education approval should complete the information on the Application for Approval of Continuing Education. This form is available in Adobe Acrobat format (.pdf) by clicking here Approved Continuing Education for: Approved Continuing Education for 2001-2002 CE Offered by: CE Title and Location Start Date End Date # CE's Postponed 9/14/01 181 Regular 90 PM College of Optometrists in Vision Development 2001 College of Optometrists in Vision Development St. Louis MO 59.5 Regular Ohio Optometric Association EastWest Eye Conference 156 Regular 14PM Approved Continuing Education for 2000-2001 CE Offered by: CE Title and Location Start Date End Date # CE's Alabama Opt. Assoc. Optometry Courses Alabama Optometric Assoc. Annual Convention Program Alabama Optometric Association Gulf Coast Summer Conference, Destin, FL 12 Reg Alcon Labs A New Prostaglandin Analogue for Treatment of Glaucoma Scottsdale AZ 2 Reg American Academy of Opt Scientific Program American Academy of Opt 2000 Ellerbrock Memorial CE Program American Optometric Assoc.
Extractions: When a donor is asked why she contributes time, money, resources and expertise to the College of Engineering the answer often is, because it makes me feel good. Is it really that simple? Yes, it's really that simple. Supporting that good feeling is the knowledge that a donor can make a difference in the education of rising students, faculty research, laboratory updating, building renovations, and much more. Donors invest in today, tomorrow and the future. Many alumni want to pay back the College for the excellent education they received as students. They also want students at MU today to enjoy the camaraderie and share the experiences they shared as students. Through donor gifts students will continue to enjoy being a part of the ever growing family of engineers. Donors who have sons, daughters, relatives or friends who took great pride in their Mizzou educational experience create memorials to honor the accomplishments of that person. Additionally, donors may wish to leave their own legacy by endowing a Chair or making a bequest.
Community Profile 9345404 Enrollment 531 Grade Span K-06 Certified staff 49 E Source missouri Dept.of Elementary and Secondary education Core Data As Submitted by missouri http://www.mountainviewmo.com/communityprofile.html
Staff Development Resources fouryear institutions from both missouri and Kansas to establish, enhance, and/orrevitalize staff, program, and Chronicle of Higher education The Chronicle is http://old.jccc.net/acad/sd/resources/