IPPH Faculty: Stanley M. Shaw dakota State University MS 1959 - south dakota State University In Vitro from SodiumIodide Capsules, Drug dev. SM Shaw, Approaches to education in Nuclear http://www.ipph.purdue.edu/Faculty/Shaw.shtml
Extractions: Ph.D. - 1962 - Purdue University The availability of a drug for absorption from a capsule is influenced greatly by the dissolution of the capsule product in the gastrointestinal tract. Various factors such as the formulation and the manufacturing process affect the dissolution of the capsule. Commercially available sodium iodide I-131 capsules vary in formulation and the manufacturing process. Differences in the bioavailability of the I-131 from capsules prepared by different vendors could exist and could influence clinical considerations for thyroid diagnostic studies and radiothyroid therapy. We are in the process of determining the relationship of dissolution profiles observed with the USP XXIII dissolution test to the uptake of radioiodine in the thyroid of the cat. Hyperthyroid cats receive I-123 sodium iodide capsules prepared to provide poor vs. good dissolution profiles. Thyroid I-123 uptake is determined over time with a gamma camera and percentage uptake values calculated. Preliminary data indicate that the formulation utilized to prepare radioiodinated capsules may influence the uptake value obtained in the thyroid. Additional studies on-going in our laboratory are related to the influence of drugs and other agents on the uptake of radioiodine in the thyroid. While it is well known that certain agents may reduce the uptake of the radioiodine and compromise the quality of a thyroid function study, data are relatively limited regarding the length of time that a problem exists. Studies are being conducted in rodents with select agents known to affect radioiodine thyroid uptake.
Teacher Education | Faculty & Staff Information Custer, south dakota; Laramie, Wyoming; Jefferson County educational AdministrationUniversity of south Carolina. Special Assistant to the Dean of education. 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
Teacher Education | Faculty And Staff Directory Custer, south dakota; Laramie, Wyoming; Jefferson educational Administration Universityof south Carolina. Instructor Elementary education/Program Coordinator http://www.mscd.edu/~ted/contact/faculty_staff.shtml
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
Forum / School Performance Reports Online staff Experience / Certification detailing staff educational attainment myscschools.com/Reportcard/south dakota District and state.tn.us/education/mstat.htm http://nces.ed.gov/forum/performance.asp
Extractions: The means by which states have sought to publicly evaluate their public school districts and/or individual schools vary. The following categories are included in table 1, below: Student outcome - measures such as attendance/dropout rates, graduation rates, graduate plans, student/staff ratios, etc., that give added insight on school environment Special populations - numbers or percentages of special student populations, whether disabled, gifted, vocational, English as a Second Language, etc. School safety - statistics that go beyond reporting suspensions/expulsions to actually detailing specific crimes committed in school Demographics - particularly ethnic and poverty breakdowns Student performance - comparisons of results of statewide norm- and criterion-referenced tests Staff Experience / Certification - detailing staff educational attainment and employment experience Finances - including per-pupil expenditures, sources of revenues, etc.
State Library Agencies south dakota State Library, Dept of education, 11. Home RI Libraries Publications Services/Projects Grants/Support For Library staff About Us Search http://www.lori.state.ri.us/aboutus/sla.php
Extractions: new COOLjsMenu("menu1", MENU_ITEMS_STYLING) Library Board of Rhode Island Library Advocacy Task Force LORI Committee State Library Agencies State Library Agency (see note Governing Body/Place in Gov't Alabama Public Library Service Dept. of Archives and History Alaska State Library Dept. of Education Board of Library, Archives, and Public Records California State Library Dept. of Education Colorado State Library Dept. of Education Connecticut State Library State Library Board Delaware Division of Libraries/State Library of Delaware Dept. of State Dept. of State Georgia Public Library Service Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia Hawaii State Public Library System Dept. of Education Idaho State Library State Board of Education Illinois State Library Dept. of State Indiana State Library Indiana Library and Historical Board State Library of Iowa Iowa Commission of Libraries Kansas State Library State Library Advisory Commission State Library of Louisiana State Library Board Maine State Library Maine Library Commission Maryland Division of Library Development And Services Dept. of Education
Education Jobs HigherEdJobs search for a faculty or staff position by category (eg from the NebraskaDepartment of education, jobs from Augustana College - south dakota. http://www.compubear.com/education_jobs.htm
Extractions: Academic360.com - extensive, comprehensive, and well-organized links to academic and education job sites! Find a position in academia by searching through listings of educational institutions (listed by geography or alphabetically by name), faculty positions by discipline, and/or administrative positions by function. Replaces and improves on an old friend "Job Listings in Academia." H-Net Job Guide for the Humanities and Social Sciences - search for academic opportunities by field (History and the Humanities, Social Sciences, or Rhetoric and Communications). Also join the "discussion network" (via e-mail), find a syllabus, read book and multimedia reviews, catch up on the news, etc. K-12Jobs.com - doesn't get the because they offer no resume privacy options, but it is a top site because of the excellent collection of information on education associations, education resources, teacher and administrator salaries, teacher certificaiton, and job fairs, as well as job postings. You don't need to register a resume to apply for the jobs listed. National Teacher Recruitment Clearinghouse - organized by state, this site provides links to each state's teacher certification/accreditation authority, alternative licensure programs, and financial aid. Selecting the "How to Find a Job" link brings you to a page with salary information, information on conducting a job search (with links to teacher job banks, by state), and other helpful information for prospective teachers.
Hewlett-Packard Public Sector Web - Contact Hp of Representatives; International Trade Commission; Joint Chiefs of staff; StatesQZ Rhode Island; south Carolina; south dakota; Tennessee; your hp education team, http://government.hp.com/contact.asp?agencyid=0&am=1
Education Summit Attendees south dakota Ray Christensen, Sec., Dept. of education; Curt Voight, Principal,south Middle Sch., Rapid Rita Myer, Chief of staff and education Policy Advisor; http://www.ascd.org/educationnews/speech/attendees.html
Extractions: 1999 National Education Summit NOTE: This list does not include representatives of national organizations, education groups, foundations, etc. For more information about the Summit, attendees, statements issues, etc., visit either the ASCD Website or the Summit Website. ASCD Media Contact: Barbara Gleason firstname.lastname@example.org
Extractions: By Name Request Information or a Price Quote from All Businesses Listed Below DR Tecnologie S.r.l. Dave Jenkins Construction Delidimitriou Marketing ... DR Tecnologie design and manufacture UPS, DC/DC converter DC/AC inverter for Telecom, Railways and Energy markets. All products in the power range from 500 W up to 100 kW. Western Montana dealer for ECO-Block an insulating concrete form (ICF) used in construction of basements, foundations and entire residential and commercial structures. ICF's offer enhanced energy efficiency to any structure. Product types: energy efficient homes and buildings, Insulating Concrete Forms.
The City Of Sioux Falls Buildings and Grounds, Chief of staff, (605) 3678757, education Discrimination, Other,(605) 367-8745, Game, Fish Parks (south dakota) (4500 S. Oxbow Ave.), Other, http://www.siouxfalls.org/Citywide/services.asp?keyword=All
Extractions: The results of the second annual South Dakota Revolving Loan Fund Survey were recently released. The survey is a joint project of SDREI and the Governors Office of Economic Development. The managers, staff and volunteers of each individual loan fund who take the time to submit the information do the real work. Our thanks to you for your participation. The survey results identified three distinct market segments within the South Dakota revolving loan fund industry: Community Accounts consisting of revolving loan funds with less than $250,000 in capital, limited capacity and activity levels, and too small to be sustainable lending institutions; Emerging Institutions with capital levels between $250,000 and $1 million, exhibiting wide variations in activity and performance levels; and
Northwestern College Academics Education Barbara Top, Ed.D., University of south dakota. Students with Learning DisabilitiesEDU 311 General Methods in Secondary education EDU 312 and staff of Sts. http://www.nwciowa.edu/view/overview/education.asp
Women In Agriculture Family. Women-education. ST staff paper (University of Florida. Food and ResourceEconomics Dept.) ; 213. CA south dakota State University. Economics Dept. http://www.nal.usda.gov/spevents/women.htm
NON-INSTRUCTIONAL ACADEMIC STAFF Back to the UWL homepage. NON-INSTRUCTIONAL ACADEMIC staff as of April 1, 2000. Director.International education. MA, University of south dakota. MARCEE PEPLINSKI. http://www.uwlax.edu/Records/00-02/Grad-Cat/NonInstructional.html
Extractions: as of April 1, 2000 WAYNE ABLER Media Specialist Media Services B.S., University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh JOHN ALLRAN Associate Researcher Biology B.S., Appalachian State University MICHAEL ANDERSON Assistant Coach B.S., University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire M.S., Winona State University PATRICIA A. ANDERSON Administrative Program Specialist B.S., University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point; M.B.A., University of Minnesota CONSTANCE M. ARZIGIAN Researcher Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center B.A., Catholic University of America; M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison SHANNON ASH Associate Residence Hall Manager Residence Life B.S., University of Wisconsin-Whitewater ANDREW BAKER Lecturer/Athletic Trainer II Exercise and Sport Science B.S., University of Wisconsin-La Crosse; M.Ed., University of Virginia KEITH BAKKEN Administrative Program Manager I College of Health, Physical Education B.S., USMA, West Point, NY; M.S., University of Illinois CHRISTINE S. BAKKUM Administrative Program Specialist College of Liberal Studies B.S., M.S.E., University of Wisconsin-
Academic Year 2000/2001: Program Modifications EDFN 465 Multimedia Web dev in Ed, 2. CIS 325 gives computer education studentsan overall picture of Administrative Rules of south dakota 23160703 (student http://www.departments.dsu.edu/curriculum/academic_01_02/modifications/bs_ece.ht
Extractions: PROPOSAL FOR PROGRAM MODIFICATION Institution: Dakota State University Program Title: Bachelor of Science in Education, Computer Education This proposal deals with: _ a program name change _X_ course deletions _ total credits required for program _X_ course additions _ total credits required within the discipline _ other (explain) _ total credits of supportive course work revised courses in the program _ foci/tracks within the program Proposed date of change: Fall 2002 Level Category: _ Certificate _ Minor _ Associate Degree _X_ Major X Bachelors Degree _ Option _ Masters Degree _ Focus _ Doctoral Degree Primary aspect of the modification: Existing Aspects of the Program Proposed Modification System-wide General Education * System-wide General Education * Institutional Graduation Institutional Graduation Info Tech Literacy** Info Tech Literacy** * Majors must take PSYC 101, PHIL 100, MATH 102, and one of the HIST 151, HIST 152, or HIST 255 as part of the system-wide general education requirement. * Majors must take PSYC 101 and either HIST 151, HIST 152, or HIST 255 as part of the system-wide general education requirement.
Minor Modifications 130 Basic Programming. HIST 619 south dakota History Study in education. MCOM 389Portfolio Production. students current students faculty/staff alumni/friends. http://www.departments.dsu.edu/curriculum/MinorModifications_0102.htm
Appendix A more hardware. south dakota STATE LIBRARY. 0 continuing education. 9 - training librarytrustees and staff (continue training institute), network of consultants. http://www.sdstatelibrary.com/aboutus/publications/sd2002a.htm
Extractions: FOCUS FORUM SUMMARY SOUTH DAKOTA STATE LIBRARY FOCUS GROUP MEETINGS JUNE 1997 QUESTION #1 : What services will libraries need to provide during the next 5 years? PROVIDE TANDEM SERVICES latest in technology - free print based services - technology increases the demand for print PROVIDE TRADITIONAL LIBRARY SERVICES continue/expand literacy programs libraries should be as popular as basketball for kids very young children (pre-literate) adult literacy mentoring for children (with adults) family literacy PROVIDE TECHNOLOGY BASED SERVICES (ELECTRONIC) all libraries connected to Internet Internet accessible at all libraries and to all people Internet for research, protocol - how to use, rules
Out Of State Agencies education needs. staff Inservice Planning Program Evaluation Team BuildingGeneral Information. 950455 south dakota University Affiliated Program. http://www.nde.state.ne.us/SPED/sa1/outofstate.html
HCET Calendar Of Events and Training for Planned Parenthood of Minnesota/south dakota. development and reproductivehealth staff training for over by Health Care education and Training http://www.hcet.org/events/past/gliche02.html
Extractions: An intensive five day residential training experience for human service professionals working in sexuality, HIV/AIDS, community health, and family planning education. The purpose of GLICHE is to provide a forum for professionals to strengthen their competence and productivity. The emphasis is on improving the skills that educators need to positively affect their students/clients behavior.
Extractions: Partnership and Collaboration: Providers Best Hope for an Uncertain Future Thomas E. Scheinost As ANCOR continues to prove on the national/federal scene, it is becoming increasingly evident that state organizations of private providers are equally essential for the survival and growth of community services and supports for persons with disabilities. Individual community provider agencies, no matter how large or small, can no longer go it alone in competing for the scarce resources and attention necessary to maintain the delivery of high quality services and supports to people with disabilities. By means of this column, I would like to share with you some of the collaboration and partnership activities of the South Dakota Association of Community-Based Services (SDACBS), an association of fifteen community private not-for-profit agencies serving persons with developmental disabilities throughout South Dakota Although many of you belong to similar state associations, and your association may conduct similar collaborative activities, I have learned one important lesson in my brief time as SDACBS executive director. That lesson is that sharing of information among agencies or organizations almost always provides helpful new or innovative ideas and strategies to someone.