Columbia Museum Of Art: Calendar (Current Month) family programs To register for family programs, call 803.343 Art Safari family Tour A guided interactive tour at the University of south carolina School of http://www.colmusart.org/html/s02calendar.shtml
Extractions: Through June 15, 2003 Clement Greenberg: A Critic's Collection Spanning over five decades of American art, the Greenberg collection is made up of those objects the critic, reviewer and intellectual chose to live with and to keep. The collection begins with a wonderful work by Jackson Pollock - created and given to Greenberg as a birthday gift - In addition to Pollock's drawing, works by Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann and Adolph Gottlieb, represent Abstract Expressionism. Notable color field works by Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski and others from the 1960s are included. The latest movement represented in depth in the collection is what Greenberg titled "post-painterly abstraction," represented by works of Walter Darby Bannard, Darryl Hughto, Larry Poons and others. Clement Greenberg: A Critic's Collection is organized by the Portland Art Museum and made possible with funds provided by Tom and Gretchen Holce with additional project support from Carol and John Hampton.
Extractions: Since 1977, the Family Practice Residency at Palmetto Health Richland has taken pride in training more than 200 successful family practice physicians for South Carolina and the nation. About half of our residents are from South Carolina. Others come from across the country, attracted by our urban community practice, affiliations with the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, our multi-skilled faculty and an excellent geographic location. Our venerable family practice center is located in its own facility adjacent to Palmetto Health Richland. We are very excited by fast-track construction of a gorgeous state-of-the-art 33,000 square foot facility located on the corner of the hospital campus and scheduled for completion in January 2003. We aim to function as a large private group practice, as we combine quality healthcare delivery and state-of-the-art equipment with modern management procedures. We serve as a major healthcare provider to the community in a great setting for primary care education. An integrated computerized network is used for appointment scheduling and medical record documentation. All patient rooms, resident offices, nursing areas and study areas are fully equipped with computers for instant access to patient records, prescription writing and lab results. We boast great online teaching resources through Palmetto Health Richland's excellent infomatics service. Telemedicine capabilities are also available with our rural office in Winnsboro, S.C.
Palmetto Health Residency Programs: Fellowships Our training programs are fully accredited by the and extensive experience in family,civil and services, private practice and the south carolina Department of http://www.rmh.edu/residency/fellowships.html
Extractions: The fellowship program in endocrinology at Palmetto Health Richland is a combined program with the William Jennings Bryan Dorn Veterans' Hospital and is directly affiliated with the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. The accredited two-year program accepts one fellow at each level. All applicants should be board eligible in internal medicine. This fellowship program prepares the physician to be competent in endocrinology and to function as a consultant. The Clinical Environment Palmetto Health Richland and the VA Hospital serve as the major sites of clinical instruction. Both medical centers provide state-of-the-art facilities serving diverse medical and surgical specialties. Fellows are instructed by five full-time faculty members who supervise a large referral practice. The majority of clinical instruction occurs in the outpatient setting, reflecting the major venue of healthcare delivery within the endocrine subspecialty. Fellows participate in a weekly endocrine/diabetes clinic at the VA Hospital and a daily referral clinic at the department of medicine offices adjacent to Palmetto Health Richland. The fellows see both the usual and unusual endocrine problems at both institutions. The Research Environment The division of endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism provides outstanding opportunities for basic and clinical research. Faculty members within the division have developed nationally recognized research programs in male reproductive endocrinology. An established endocrine research laboratory offers training in molecular biology, cell biology and enzymology. Each fellow is expected to present research results at a national meeting and publish original investigations in a referred journal. Conferences include a weekly clinical endocrine and basic science conference, a monthly research conference and a monthly journal club. The journal club reviews current articles related to endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism. The fellow is responsible for literature reviews on assigned topics relating to current clinical problems for presentation at the weekly clinical conferences and for supervision of students and residents rotating in the endocrine service.
Children's Champions: Critical Issues states are implementing TEACH programs, including Alabama carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania,south carolina, Virginia, Washington directors and family child care http://www.naeyc.org/childrens_champions/workforce.asp
Extractions: Critical Issues Child care and preschool programs have difficulty attracting and keeping good individuals to work with young children. A third of program staff leave the field each year, primarily due to the lack of adequate compensation-low salaries, few benefits, and difficult working conditions. Research has clearly shown that the skill and commitment of the adults in early childhood programs directly affects the quality of care and education given to children. Below are some resources to help advocates and policy makers to improve the compensation of the early childhood workforce, and thus the quality of services for children and families. This area of our web site is a work in progress. Examples of other compensation initiatives and new resources are welcomed and can be sent to email@example.com. The following charts provide detail on several state and local initiatives that address compensation and retention. These charts were first developed by Anne Mitchell of Early Childhood Policy Research in July 2001. They were updated by NAEYC in August 2002. The general model of these initiatives is a link between formal education and salary supplements. In general, compensation is improved through annual, or biannual, lump sum financial awards given directly to individuals working in early childhood programs. In some cases, the funds are awarded to the early childhood programs and the hourly wages of staff are increased. To address retention, participants must be working in their programs for a certain period of time, and make a commitment to remain there for a period as well. Well-know examples of these initiatives are WAGE$ in North Carolina and CARES in California-both are profiled in the charts.
Welcome To Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina! Description of the city with links to government, education, recreation, and other information.Category Regional North America Batesburg-Leesville Government information about the Leisure Center's programs and opportunities community to enjoya familyoriented, fun of Representatives and the south carolina Senate, who http://www.batesburg-leesville.org/
Extractions: about the unique community we're proud to call "home"! Batesburg-Leesville is located in the "midlands"of South Carolina and is situated within close proximity to Interstate Highway 20. We are approximately halfway between the South Carolina state capital, Columbia, and Augusta, Georgia, home of the annual Masters golf tournament. The community is located in the western corner of Lexington County, partially within the southeastern corner of Saluda County and adjacent to the northwestern tip of Aiken County. Lexington has become South Carolina's fastest-growing county, with significant residential growth along the southern borders of Lake Murray, just 10 minutes from the Batesburg-Leesville town limits. Visitors to our community find an inviting "Southern hospitality" that beckons a frequent return!
Extractions: Questions and Answers How many states have used child endangerment and similar criminal statutes to punish pregnant women? One. South Carolina stands alone in using child neglect and homicide statutes to punish women who are pregnant and engage in a behavior that might endanger a viable fetus. Every state court of last resort and all intermediate appellate courts that have addressed this issue have rejected the approach taken by the South Carolina Supreme Court in the Whitner case. What did the Whitner decision hold? A majority of the South Carolina State Supreme Court held that the word child in the state's criminal child endangerment statute includes viable fetuses, judicially rewriting the statute as follows: Any person having legal custody of any child, viable fetus , or helpless person, who shall, without lawful excuse, refuse or neglect to provide, . . .the proper care and attention for such child, viable fetus or helpless person, so that the life, health or comfort of such child
Extractions: The USCS Associate of Science in Technical Nursing (ADN) program exists to (1) prepare the qualified student for the three roles basic to associate degree nursing practice: provider of care, manager of care, and member within the discipline of nursing; (2) prepare graduates who are eligible to write the National Council Licensure Examination and Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN); (3) and provide an educational base for further study in nursing. The ADN curriculum contains courses in general education (communication, humanities, natural sciences and behavioral sciences) as well as support courses and nursing. Students utilize knowledge acquired in nursing and non-nursing courses in providing direct care to patients of all ages in hospital and other health care settings. The ADN program is designed to be a five-semester program. (See Suggested Course Sequence). Admission Admission to the ADN program is based on criteria established by the Associate in Science in technical nursing degree program faculty and is approved by the University of South Carolina Spartanburg faculty and administration.
Education Programs we help people care for their family heirlooms photographs Calhoun, and Fairfieldcounties in south carolina. brochures, exhibits, and audiovisual programs. http://www.chicora.org/education.htm
Extractions: Education is inherent in all aspects of Chicora's work. Archaeological research generates newspaper publicity bringing the past to life for thousands of readers. Preservation assessments are a vehicle to educate museums and library staffs in a range of preservation issues. Consulting on archaeological conservation is an opportunity to emphasize the importance of ensuring that archaeological collections are available for future researchers. Our approach to public education is unique we are not trying to teach kids how to be archaeologists. We are not lecturing them on dates, arrowheads, and excavation techniques. Instead, we are using the thrill of the past to turn kids on to learning. Chicora Foundation develops socially responsive programs programs that reach out to the low income, at-risk students and offer them an incentive to learn. Programs, for example, that emphasize the ethnic heritage of African American students, encourage them to explore their "roots," and help them see that they have a heritage to be proud of. Chicora is equally committed to adult programs. For example, through our program entitled, "Preserving Your Family Treasures," we help people care for their family heirlooms photographs, diaries, letters, quilts, baptismal dresses, and other precious items. We have also been invited speakers at a number of functions ranging from Rotary Clubs to Boards of Realtors to historical organizations. In every case, Chicora representatives have taken the opportunity not simply to talk about our work, but to explore ways that the public can make a difference in the preservation of South Carolina's heritage.
Frequently Asked Questions the TRICARE Extra and Standard programs at any Region 3 south carolina, Georgia, andFlorida excluding panhandle Active duty family members enrolled in TRICARE http://www.tricare.osd.mil/frequentlyaskedquestions.htm
Extractions: TRICARE is the Department of Defense health care program for members of the uniformed services and their families and survivors, and retired members and their families. TRICARE brings together the health care resources at Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) and supplements them with networks of civilian health care professionals to provide quality care and better access to our beneficiaries.
Children's Medical Missions Of Haiti Nonprofit Episcopal organization that promotes health care to needy Haitian children.Category Society Religion and Spirituality Missions Medical coast of Haiti, provides evaluation, referral, and family support services longtermexistence of these programs and institutions. Greenville, south carolina. http://members.aol.com/donibess/cmmh.htm
Extractions: The CMMH Newsletter , most recent edition, courtesy of St. Peter's Church, Chattanooga TN. The Episcopal Church in Haiti , a brief overview The Children's Medical Missions of Haiti, Inc. C M M H , is a not-for-profit US tax-exempt foundation which supports children's health work by the Episcopal Church of Haiti ( Eglise Episcopale d'Haiti; EEH). The fund was organized in October 1992 by the Right Reverend Robert G. Tharp, Episcopal Bishop of East Tennessee, in cooperation with the Right Reverend Jean Zache Duracin, Episcopal Bishop of Haiti. CMMH currently contributes to these institutions and programs: Ecole Saint Vincent, Port-au-Prince. ESV is a large school and clinic for children with visual and hearing problems, and mental and orthopedic developmental problems. Hopital Sainte Croix,
Extractions: It is not my purpose here to present every conceivable link or genealogical site. For that, visit the Mega Links sites listed below. It is my purpose to present the best and most usable online resources for general genealogical research and sites dedicated to the history and genealogical research of the New River region, and / or Perry Family Surname. For RELATED FAMILIES be sure to visit our Perry Family Genealogy Connections page. The Connections page is confirmed family connections to my own Perry Family tree. For OTHER FAMILY SURNAME websites related to the New River Region see my Researchers page. Records sites: subject specific Alleghany County North Carolina Register of Deeds - limited Searchable online records Cemetery Junction Excellent Cherokee Nation History and Genealogy Links Cherokee Nation Genealogical Links Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Search Ellis Island Immigration Searchable fromm the American Family History Immigration Center Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild Searchable passenger lists. Enter surname.
Journey Into Wholeness: About Conference programs consist of lectures, workshops, and Health Counseling; and theSouth carolina Board of Counselors, Marriage and family Therapists, and http://journeyintowholeness.org/events/general.shtm
Extractions: Journey General Conferences Conference programs consist of lectures, workshops, and special events. The lectures in the mornings and evenings are based on the speaker's field of study in Jungian psychology and/or spirituality and are related to our individual and societal needs for growth and healing. This offers a time for intellectual stimulation with questions and discussion encouraged. Speakers include those on the Advisory Board and many others well known in the fields of Jungian psychology, ritual, storytelling and spirituality. The workshops (by lecturers and others) are experiential/participatory in format. They offer tools for the inner work, to make intellectual concepts personal and to help participants identify and own some yet unacknowledged aspect of themselves. The workshops are sensitive to the needs of the participants and give opportunities for spiritual, psychological and emotional growth. Special events (group dances, theatre, music, films, and other forms of individual and group expression) are designed to help participants integrate new learnings through all aspects of their being...body, mind, soul, and spirit. The depth of community engendered by these shared experiences feeds the soul and enlivens the spirit. We are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors; the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling; and the South Carolina Board of Examiners for Licensure of Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Psycho-Educational Specialists to provide
Christian Radio in Focus Focus on the family Hell's Best Radio, Houston, TX, general Christian Programsand Music. 89.7 Christian Radio, Columbia south carolina, general Christian http://www.hostingchristians.com/christia1.htm
EP Directories network of parentto-parent support programs. There are family Connection officesin Columbia, Greenville and Florence, south carolina, with support http://www.eparent.com/resources/directories/directories.cfm?dir=np
Extractions: Bush Administrations International Family Planning Cut Will Put Millions at Risk July 22, 2002 WASHINGTON, DC Today, the State Department announced it is pulling the $34 million earmarked for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). This decision will severely harm women in approximately 140 countries. "The Bush administration is sacrificing the health of millions of poor women and children in order to play into the hands of anti-choice supporters," said Julia Ernst, legislative counsel for the Center for Reproductive Rights. "Family planning programs have clearly helped families worldwide; withholding these funds will have a devastating effect on a global scale,"
Extractions: Machine-readable finding aid encoded by Dan Jenkins Collection Number: MS Film 26 Creator: Billings, John S. (John Shaw), 1838-1913 Title: John Shaw Billings Papers at the University of South Carolina Dates: Quantity: 2 microform reels Abstract: Material by or about John Shaw Billings (1838-1913) drawn from several collections in the University of South Carolina Library. Return to the Table of Contents Included among the manuscript collections of the University of South Carolina are several large collections of materials from John Shaw Billings II, the grandson and namesake of John Shaw Billings. In 1983 the National Library of Medicine had most of the material in the collection relating to the elder Billings microfilmed; an additional reel was filmed in 1990. The material is found as the library's MS Film 26. The material on the film comes from four collections. A collection of material relating specifically to the elder Billings was microfilmed in its entirety. It consists of 259 items, and includes Billings admission cards to medical school, his certification as a teacher, and copy of some of his military records. One Civil War letter from Billings to his wife is also included. Also found are letters of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Francis Parkman, Charles W. Eliot, and James R. Chadwick (the latter mostly relating to the unsuccessful campaigns to have Billings appointed Surgeon General of the Army). The remainder of the material is divided between the honors and tributes bestowed on him by his colleagues in the medical and library professions, and genealogical data on the Billings and Stevens families.
PBS - Hedrick Smith | Juggling Work And Family family Issues. assists communities in developing outof-school time programs. Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island south carolina south Dakota http://www.pbs.org/workfamily/states/ressouthdakota.htm
Extractions: CCS/CCShome.htm Child Care Services helps low-income families pay for their child care needs, helps businesses and employers establish child care programs, licenses and registers child care providers, provides education and training for child care providers and parents, assists communities in developing out-of-school time programs. Fatherhood Initiative http://www.fatherhood.hhs.gov/fi-regions.htm HHS and its regional offices work to coordinate fatherhood activities throughout the states and have sponsored a variety of forums to bring together local public and private organizations and individuals to support fathers' involvement in their families and communities. Senior Issues Department of Social Services
2002 U.S. Transplant Games Donor Family Liaisons participate in the Games and donor family programs, or just 2002 US Transplant GamesDonor family Liaisons as of TEAM south carolina Don Sue Adams Phone 864 http://www.kidney.org/recips/athletics/02games/dfliaisons.cfm
Extractions: What the Games Are Who We Are General Information Games Events ... Official Message Board 2002 U.S. Transplant Games Donor Family Liaisons Each team has asked a local donor family to volunteer as Donor Family Liaison to the U.S. Transplant Games. Liaisons will participate in pre-Games activities with the athletic team, including media and fundraising events, team meetings and more. They will serve as resources for donor families who would like to attend the Games and will be onsite to welcome local families as they arrive in Florida. If you are a donor family and would like to participate in the Games and donor family programs, or just want to chat with other donor families in your area, contact your liaison from the list below. If your state is not listed or you are unsure which team covers your city, please contact the National office at 800-622-9010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Common Market - Undergraduate Prog;rams Agricultural Communications (Individualized programs ONLY), BS, University of InteriorDesign option ONLY/family Consumer Science, University of south carolina. http://www.mhec.state.md.us/AcadAff/ACM/acmugrad.htm
Extractions: UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS email@example.com . If a program of interest is not listed below, cross-check the list of programs that have been recently closed or withdrawn from ACM. If the program has not been cancelled, students may write and request to add the program to the ACM list and include a curriculum outline/program description . ATTENTION: BOLD TEXT BELOW INDICATES THAT CERTAIN PROGRAMS ARE SCHEDULED TO BE WITHDRAWN FROM ACM. PLEASE REFER TO THE "DISCONTINUED" PAGE OR CALL 410-260-4542 TO VERIFY CLOSING DEADLINES. BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM: DEGREE: COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY: Advertising BS University of Tennessee@Knoxville Agricultural Communications BS Oklahoma State University Agricultural Communications