Samuel S. Aronson Papers annual bulletin, class rosters, commencement programs, postcards, notes camp at ClemsonCollege, south carolina in 1941 My, 1942 2 To family (general), Je, 1942 http://www.huc.edu/aja/Aronson.htm
Extractions: Access and Provenance Biographical Sketch Scope and Content Note Box and Folder Listing ... Back to AJA frontpage Manuscript Collection No. 625 ACCESS AND PROVENANCE The SAMUEL S. ARONSON PAPERS were donated to the American Jewish Archives by Mr. Richard Allen of Cincinnati, Ohio, in March, 1990. All literary rights to materials authored by Samuel S. Aronson are held by his heirs. Literary rights to materials authored by others are held by the individual author or his/her heirs. Questions concerning rights should be addressed to the Director of the American Jewish Archives. The SAMUEL S. ARONSON PAPERS are open to all users. The original manuscript collection is available in the reading room of the American Jewish Archives. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH top Samuel Schwartz Aronson was born August 15, 1921, the son of Arthur A. and Henrietta Aronson. He attended Needham Broughton High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, graduating in 1938. From 1938 to 1942 Aronson attended Oak Ridge Military Institute, preparatory school and junior college, in Oak Ridge, South Carolina. He graduated from the College in 1941 and completed a year of post-graduate work the following spring. During the summers he attended military (Reserve Officer Training) camps at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and at Clemson College, South Carolina. In late June, 1942, Aronson launched his career as an active reserve officer in the United States Army. He entered the service as a Lieutenant and began with two months of training at Fort Wheeler, Georgia. In August, 1941 he was assigned to duty at Fort Custer, near Battlecreek, Michigan. In November of the same year he was transferred to Camp Phillips, near Salina, Kansas, where he remained until March of 1943. From March until June, 1943, Aronson was posted at the Personnel Replacement Depot, Shenango, Pennsylvania.
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Extractions: Division of Children, Adolescents,and Families Programs, CAF This page is designed to offer general child development resources for parents and teachers, and to provide information for parents who have children with mental illnesses. South Carolina Department of Mental Health School-Based Services Children, Adolescent, and Family Related Web Sites (Designed for Parents and Teacher) Child Development Resources Coloring Books, Books, and Activity Sheets for Children I. South Carolina Department of Mental Health School-Based Services A. School-Based Mental Health Programs: "Building Bridges Between the Home, School & Community" ( School-Based Brochure) B. School-Based Mental Health Services: "Building Bridges Between Home, School and Community" (School-Based Flyer) C. School-Based Services:
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Extractions: Return to Contents of Department of Education Report HINT: Before printing, be sure your system is set to print on legal size paper in landscape orientation. PROGRAM/DIVISION OFFICE OBJECTIVE PERFORMANCE MEASURES Business Administration To supervise the operations of the Division of Business. The mission of the Division of Business is to provide an array of professional services to the State Department of Education, school districts, state and federal agencies, and other entities promoting education. The scope of our mission encompasses the areas of finance, procurement, data management, and human resources, as well as providing mail, printing and supply services. Our goal is to provide the highest quality service in response to requests by our customers. Additionally, we must anticipate their needs and acquire the capability to master the dynamic requirements of the future. The primary thrust of our efforts is to provide services that support education for the benefit of the citizens of South Carolina. Administered the day to day operations of four offices with 79 employees. In this effort, conducted weekly meetings with the directors, monthly divisional meetings, and interfaced with the Department's Senior Staff, school district personnel, legislators and their staffs, the media and the public.
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Extractions: Family Practice Residency Programs offering Fellowship in Sports Medicine Residency programs listed are sorted by city and state. University of Alabama Medical Center-Huntsville Program Huntsville AL Kaiser Permanente Fontana Family Medicine Residency Program Fontana CA UCLA Santa Monica Family Medicine Residency Santa Monica CA Kaiser-LA Family Practice Los Angeles CA University California San Diego Family Practice San Diego CA San Jose Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program San Jose CA Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Harbor City CA University of Colorado Family Medicine Residency Denver CO University of Connecticut/St Francis Hospital Family Practice Residency Hartford CT Halifax Medical Center Family Practice Residency Daytona Beach FL Mayo Family Practice Residency Jacksonville FL Bayfront Medical Center Family Practice Residency St Petersburg FL Southwest Georgia Family Practice Residency Program Albany GA Family Practice Residency of Idaho Boise ID MacNeal Family Practice Residency Program Berwyn IL Northwestern University/St Joseph Hospital Chicago IL UIC-Christ Family Practice Residency Hometown IL Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Family Practice Residency Park Ridge IL Indiana University Family Practice Residency Indianapolis IN Ball Memorial Family Practice Muncie IN Memorial Hospital Family Practice Residency South Bend IN Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program South Bend IN University of Kentucky/Department of Family Practice Lexington
Extractions: Arts Very Special Arts South Carolina National Resources Assistive Technology South Carolina Assistive Technology Project National Resources Autism South Carolina Autism Society South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs - Services for People with Autism South Carolina Support Groups - Autism National Resources Blindness and Visual Impairments
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Extractions: Home Jobs Treatment Model Differences ... Licensed Programs LINKS TO RELATED SITES MST Institute. - MST Institute web site. This site contains quality assurance and program evaluation measures that are for use by programs who are currently utilizing or implementing Multisystemic Therapy. United States Department of Justice. - Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Bulletin published in May of 1996 advocating Multisystemic Therapy and highlighting the results of several clinical research studies. Blueprints for Violence Prevention. - The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence for additional information about the Blueprints Project. Guilford Publications, Inc. - Web site to order Multisystemic Treatment of Antisocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents . This comprehensive guide provides extensive clinical description of the Multisystemic Treatment (MST) approach for treating youths with serious antisocial behavior. The book features a wealth of illustrative case material and is extensively documented with findings from controlled outcome studies. London Family Court Clinic.
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Extractions: Log In Sign Up Site Search Home What to Do State Parks Park Programs There are many exciting events and programs at our parks year-round. Please search our programs by selecting the dates you would like to attend or by selecting a park. January February March April May June July August September October November December Birding Join us as we paddle two miles upstream and return to the main area of the park. This section of the Catawba is slow moving, flat water that is ideal for those with minimal canoeing experience. This is a chance to see an abundance of wildlife as the spring migration is just beginning. This entire stretch is surrounded by undeveloped land offering beautiful scenery and chance encounters with animals like ospreys, eagles, otters and deer to name a few. Wear clothes that can get wet and bring a change of clothes and water. Our expert instructor will introduce you to a growing sport that will afford many hour of quiet and relaxation. Sessions will include equipment selection, artificial flies, flycasting, and hints on where to go to maximize your enjoyment. Fly rods will be provided for those not having their own equipment.
Extractions: The Gibbes Museum of Art welcomes teachers and students to use the Gibbes collections to extend and enhance classroom activities. A variety of tours and activities are available for ages pre-kindergarten through high school. Activity tours require two hours and include a museum tour. Teachers may borrow previsit materials to prepare students for the visit. A printed brochure with all programs and exhibitions is available by mail. Tours and Activities Discover the Gibbes portrait collection and reinforce lessons about shapes, colors and parts of the face and the related senses. This experience pairs a lively interactive museum tour with a unique lesson about self-portraits. Students use hand mirrors to study their facial features and create a take-home self-portrait. K4 - grade 1. Requires 90 minutes. Pre-visit materials. The culture of ancient Japan comes to life as students examine 200-year-old wood-block prints and participate in an interactive drama highlighting the intricate printmaking process with museum teachers and featured storyteller Mary Droge. Students model clothing from the Far East in their own private fashion show and reenact the print-making process in an interactive drama. K5Grade 5. Requires 2 hrs. Pre-visit materials. In the Darkroom A trip to the Gibbes darkroom complements the three photography exhibitions on view throughout the year. The hands-on darkroom experience includes a guided tour and an opportunity for students to create photograms. Using enlargers and photographic paper, students capture an image and watch it appear as it develops in the chemical bath. The darkroom is limited to 15 students per hour. Grades 4-12. Requires 2 hrs. Pre-visit materials.
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Extractions: Are you looking for information on how to get assistance for yourself, your family, or a friend? If so, you may find our Contacts page helpful in finding assistance near you. Are you looking for general information about Federal programs serving children and families? On this page you will find links to information on the programs overseen by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF). ACF oversees about 60 programs that provide funds to state, local, and tribal organizations, both public and private. ACF also has several partnership projects, Federal Committees, and clearinghouses that provide the public with a variety of resources. This page links to programs, regional offices , clearinghouses, committees, and special projects.
Extractions: Data on men 35 years of age and older, living in the state during the years 19911995, are summarized by ethnic group, number of deaths, and mortality rates. The state's national rank is also presented by ethnic group and total population. Includes general observations on regional and racial/ethnic trends. Heart Disease Among Women Data on women 35 years of age and older, living in the state during the years 19911995, are summarized by ethnic group, number of deaths, and mortality rates. The state's national rank is also presented by ethnic group and total population. Includes general observations on regional and racial/ethnic trends. Heart Disease in the Total Population Data on heart disease in the total state population drawn from the combined NCCDPHP atlases on men and women. Data on individuals 35 years of age and older, living in the state during the years 19911995, are summarized by ethnic group, number of deaths, and mortality rates. The state's national rank is also presented by ethnic group and as a whole. Includes general observations on regional and racial/ethnic trends.
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Extractions: General Information Clemson Extension CUBO Forms Cooperative Extension Service Policies and Procedures Manual Families Initiative Team South Carolina 4-H Program Strategic Plan 2000 ... Clemson University Homepage Webmaster: Linda McGee , Department of Family and Youth Development, Clemson University Last Update: April 7, 2003 Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to people of all ages, regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital or family status and is an equal opportunity employer. Clemson University Cooperating with U.S. Department of Agriculture, South Carolina Counties, Extension Service, Clemson, S.C. Issued in Furtherance of Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics, Acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914.
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