Extractions: Financial and Manufacturing Companies Lead the Pack, Offering Women Best Opportunities for Success NEW YORK, NEW YORK (January 28, 2003) It's getting easier for women to find companies where they can succeed, according to the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE), which today announced the "Top 30 Companies for Executive Women." "From technology to pharmaceuticals to publishing, the 'Top 30' are tapping women for senior positions and have the best practices to get them there. The companies actively work to retain their women by offering opportunities to grow and advance and a work culture where they can prosper and have a life," said Dr. Spence. However, women continue to get short shrift in the area of pay equity, despite their increasing numbers in senior jobs, according to NAFE. The SEC, which requires public companies to report their five top earners, shows only 16 of NAFE's "Top 30" companies with at least one woman in the top paid. Scholastic is the sole company where women best men as top earners.
AEM : Outreach : Programs business and financial management problems of new york dairy farmers financial Educationfor Lenders and Farmers This program includes Human Resource management. http://aem.cornell.edu/outreach/programs.htm
Extractions: Faculty in the Department of Applied Economics and Management (AEM) embrace a tradition of engaging contemporary economic and social issues and, as a result, they have developed a strong reputation and commitment to outreach and public service. The department's outreach activities are described below and are listed by major program area. Agricultural Finance and Management Dairy Farm Business Summary and Analysis The mission of the Dairy Farm Business Summary (DFBS) and Analysis project is to improve accounting and financial analysis techniques, develop managerial skills, and solve business and financial management problems of New York dairy farmers. This will be accomplished by farmers participating in the business analysis program and comparing their farm's performance with regional and state averages, attending DFBS workshops and discussing current issues with other cooperators. The DFBS computer program is now offered in a web-based format . Participating farmers are able to enter data, generate farm reports, and utilize benchmarks to analyze their farm business.
NFF > Locations basis to unaffiliated organizations whose programs have a Planning guides on facilitiesand financial management. 36th Street, 11th Floor new york, NY 10018 (212 http://www.nonprofitfinancefund.org/location.asp?autoId=42
Management Antifraud Programs And Controls Consideration of Fraud in a financial Statement Audit of directors, audit committeesand management to prevent 1211 Avenue of the Americas, new york, NY 10036. http://www.aicpa.org/antifraud/management.htm
The Ph.D. Program In Business - Programs City University of new york Graduate Center. programming, database management, telecommunications,and systems intelligent systems, financial information systems http://web.gc.cuny.edu/business/programs.html
Extractions: The doctoral specialization in finance is designed to prepare qualified candidates for academic careers in teaching and research and for advanced-level research positions in industrial and financial organizations. The program is intensive and analytical in nature, relying heavily on the economics and quantitative disciplines for its foundations Faculty Required Specialization Courses Management Planning and Information Systems
Extractions: Part III: Chapter 19: Audit Requirements Highlights of Chapter: This chapter establishes responsibilities for the audit of organizations receiving agency funds. The intent of this chapter is to identify the policies for determining the proper and effective use of public funds rather than to prescribe detailed procedures for the conduct of an audit. Audit Objectives Awards are subject to conditions of fiscal, program, and general administration to which the recipient expressly agrees. Accordingly, the audit objective is to review the recipient's administration of funds and required non-Federal contributions for the purpose of determining whether the recipient has: Established an accounting system integrated with adequate internal fiscal and management controls to provide full accountability for revenues, expenditures, assets, and liabilities. This system should provide reasonable assurance that the organization is managing Federal financial assistance programs in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Prepared financial statements which are presented fairly, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Extractions: Executive Vice President Information Security Function Federal Reserve System Information Technology provides round the clock support for technology infrastructure throughout the Second District, including Windows clients, Internet access, server operating systems and database operations. The organization also provides customer relationship management services to communicate how technology impacts the Bank's core businesses, and contract management and other acquisition services for hardware and software. Additionally, IT hosts the National Remote Access Services center for all Federal Reserve Districts. Network and Data Center Operations provides strategic planning services for all voice and data communications networks within the Second District, administers PBX; Voice mail; NetWare; GroupWise and Lotus Notes resources for users in the bank. The function also provides round-the-clock centralized monitoring of application, database, and web server hardware components and system resources.
FBA-Bios has collaborated with several new york City hospitals He has worked on financial projects,including several hospital programs, and management programs analysis http://www.fba-consulting.com/english/about_bio01en.htm
Extractions: Javier Boullsn Agrelo and Javier Boullsn Agrelo is a Pharmacy graduate from Santiago de Compostela University (Galicia, Spain). Javier has studied business administration in the University of Oklahoma (OK, US), and a Master in health care policy and management in New York University. Javier has concentrated on quality management techniques and European health care reform. In 1995 works as an analyst in the headquarters of the World Health Organization (WHO). Between 1996 and 1998 works in the American public sector as an analyst in the information technology department of New York City's Health and Hospitals Corporation. In 1998 he starts working as a quality management and information technology specialist in Montefiore Medical Center, a hospital and ambulatory network in the Bronx, New York. At the same time, between 1996 and 1999 he has taught as a lector in the MPA program in New York University, in courses related to the European health care reform. In the year 2000 Javier goes back to Galicia, Spain in order to create and develop a health care consultancy firm.
Extractions: Mrs. Nuñez-Mattocks is responsible for directing, planning and coordinating an integrated approach to human resource management, training and employee development, and administrative operations throughout Office of Science Headquarters. Her responsibilities include providing advice to resolve problems of management effectiveness and organizational efficiency, and assisting the Director of SC in administering and managing SC programs in the field, including SC-funded staffing at the DOE field sites for which SC has Lead Program Secretarial Office responsibilities.
Extractions: Michigan State University Computational Molecular Biology/Bioinformatics California - Los Angeles, University of (UCLA) California - Santa Cruz, University of Georgia Institute of Technology Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences ... Arizona State University Applied Biosciences Arizona, University of Applied Biotechnology Oregon State University Applied Genomics Connecticut, University of Biological Quality Systems Analysis Oregon State University Biology for Entrepreneurship Case Western Reserve University Biotechnology Northeastern University Pennsylvania State University San Jose State University South Carolina, University of Industrial Microbiology Michigan State University Integrated Pest Management Michigan State University Microbial Biotechnology North Carolina State University Microbial Systems Analysis Connecticut, University of Molecular Chemical Biology State University of New York at Buffalo Bioanalytical Chemistry Pennsylvania State University Chemistry for Entrepreneurship Case Western Reserve University Computational Chemistry Michigan State University State University of New York at Buffalo Computational Linguistics Southern California, University of (USC)
Extractions: Financial Mathematics Programs: An Introduction Perhaps the most developed area of new M.S. programs is Financial Mathematics, both because of the putative demand for such specialists by brokerage houses and because the American Mathematics Society in conjunction with the Society for Applied Mathematics (SIAM) has been supporting such efforts with among other things published a set of Guidelines for a Professional Masters Degree (Nov. 1998). In October 1998 at Univ. of Illinois-Chicago and one month later at NYU, the American Mathematical Society (AMS), in conjunction with the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) offered workshops in which several existing master's programs in financial mathematics were featured (see below). The participants in the meeting also included representatives from employers. Programs in Financial Mathematics are generally new and enjoy cooperation with faculty from business. All financial Mathematics programs seem to have no trouble placing graduates. Note that programs in financial mathematics tend to be one year in duration and that students in general pay their own way.
Grant And Employment Opportunities grants and scholarship programs, soliciting proposals and as strong financial management,organizational, interpersonal 59th Street new york, new york 10019 Fax http://www.eurasianet.org/grants/osi-d.shtml
Programs We Offer concepts underlying investment and financial management with an emphasis on financialmarkets and Muncipal Advisory Partners, Amalgamated Bank of new york. http://www.njit.edu/old/PCOLC/programsweoffer.html
Extractions: Programs We Offer COLLEGE BOUND A pre-college program of the Consortium at the New Jersey Insitute of Technology (7 th and th grade) engineering and technology; University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (9 th and 10 th grade) allied health careers and pre-professional medicine; Rutgers-Newark College of Arts and Sciences(11 th and 12 th grade) liberal arts and pre-professional law ESLUB English as a Second Language Upward Bound
About INM-Columbia Executive Education Administration and Human Resource management, financial management, Strategic management,Marketing and a conference center in the new york tristate http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/INM/about.html
Extractions: Mission Driven The Institute for Not-for-Profit Management (INM) was founded in 1975 to significantly increase the managerial capacity of not-for-profit organizations. INM provides a unique service to the community. Most managers of not-for-profit organizations have developed the technical expertise required for their fields of service, but have had no formal management education. In matters of business, they are largely self-taught. The need for advanced management tools has always been great, but is especially critical in the current economic environment. Most graduate-level management programs are full degree programs, demanding larger financial and time commitments than executives can afford to make. Doing Good Well The Power of Peer Learning The programs attract mid-level and senior managers from not-for-profit and public agencies. Through a variety of team-based projects and facilitated discussions, participants become a rich resource to each other, sharing experience and insight as they apply new theories and tools. Peer learning continues long after graduation at alumni workshops and other special events. INM Faculty Our faculty are a diverse group of academics and practitioners, all of whom have extensive experience working with not-for-profit organizations. Approximately ten instructors are assigned to each program, teaching subjects in which they have demonstrated considerable expertise. Our faculty draw on the wealth of experience participants bring to the classroom to reinforce participant learning and build strong networks among peers. They work closely with participants to develop actionable strategic plans products of immediate value to their respective agencies. In this way, INM has instant, positive impact on the agencies it serves.
Middle Management Programs Conference Center in Harriman, new york, and two days Managerial Behavior; Financialmanagement; Conflict management and for the Middle management programs is as http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/INM/mid.htm
Extractions: The Middle Management Programs are 7-days long and are designed for program directors and mid-level administrators, as well as executive directors of young, community-based organizations with two to five years of managerial experience. The programs include an intensive week in residence at Arden Conference Center in Harriman, New York, and two days on the Columbia University Campus. There are two sessions of the Middle Management Program. Both sessions are similar in content; however admission requirements differ based on the program of interest:
St. Josephs College, New York | Site Map Master of Science in management. Tuition financial Aid. BROOKLYN CAMPUS 245 CLINTONAVENUE BROOKLYN, new york 11205 (718) 6366800, SUFFOLK CAMPUS 155 WEST http://www.sjcny.edu/sitemap/
Extractions: About SJC Admissions ... Global Studies Office of Alumni and Institutional Advancement Alumni Association Press Releases Alumni Calendar of Events ... McEntegart Hall Library [Brooklyn] Browse Catalog and Holdings Public and Subscription Databases Journal Listings and Subscriptions Using OnCampus Resources with Remote Access ... Callahan Library [Patchogue] Browser Catalog and Holdings Public and Subscription Databases Journal Listings and Subscriptions Using OnCampus Resources with Remote Access ... Web Registration and Grades System
Columbia University School Of Continuing Education, New York, NY Prestigious university offers art and science courses, postbachelor certificate programs, and computer and English language programs. Executive IT management. Thursday, March 6 Wednesday, March 5. Fundraising management. Wednesday, April 23 the new york metropolitan area, the nation, and around the world. programs http://www.ce.columbia.edu/
Extractions: select a program Information Technology Strategic Communications Business Careers Initiative Quantitative Studies for Finance TESOL Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology Fundraising Management Program Foreign Language Courses Geographic Information Systems Overseas Programs American Language Program Take a Class Second-Majors Program Classics Program Psychology Program Summer Session Creative Writing Auditing High School Programs
FEMA: Region II - Michael J. Dabney and logistical support, financial management, acquisition management resources services,facility management, security, and Ice Storm in upstate new york in 1998 http://www.fema.gov/regions/ii/mdabney.shtm
Extractions: FEMA Region II In spring of 1999, Michael J. Dabney was appointed to his current position as Director of the Federal Insurance and Mitigation Division, of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Region II office in New York City, New York. In this capacity, Mr. Dabney provides management oversight and direction for a Division responsible for the implementation of a multitude of mitigation programs essential to the accomplishment of FEMA's all-hazards preparedness mission. These programs range from the age-old National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), Earthquake and Hurricane Preparedness, Dam Safety, Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP), Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) to FEMA's new initiative, Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) Assistance. Mr. Dabney began his Federal career with the United States Army Corps of Engineers as an architect in 1977 upon graduating "Magna Cum Laude" from Howard University with a degree in Architecture. He joined FEMA in 1979 during the Carter Administration, when his section of the Corps of Engineers was transferred to the newly formed Federal Emergency Management Agency. He has supported many critical FEMA programs including Radiological Emergency Preparedness planning; emergency facility design and construction; and various other FEMA-sponsored emergency management programs.
Cornell Cooperative Extension Of Erie County programs, Resources/Links, Articles/Publications. Food Safety, financial ManagementContact Info Family Life Education Program) Eat Smart new york The Food http://www.cce.cornell.edu/erie/erie.html