October 5, 2001 -- SSTI Weekly Digest and southern Growth Policies Board staff will work DDN) the state's educationtechnology system libraries and other facilities throughout south dakota. http://www.ssti.org/Digest/2001/100501.htm
Extractions: Subscription to the SSTI Weekly Digest is free. If you are reading a forwarded copy of this issue and would like to receive your own copy each week directly, please subscribe at: http://www.ssti.org/Digest/digform.htm Requests to unsubscribe should be sent to email@example.com SBA Names FY 2001 FAST Winners This week, 30 states were named recipients of the first Federal and State Technology Partnership (FAST) awards administered by the Small Business Association (SBA). The awards range from $100,000 to $150,000, totaling almost $3.5 million. FAST, included in December 2000 legislation reauthorizing the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program, provides matching funds to enable states to augment or expand their tech business assistance and SBIR outreach efforts. FAST winners and their respective award amounts are below: Alabama Alaska Colorado Delaware Georgia Hawaii Iowa Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New York North Carolina
4-H position in south dakota. Her brother, Henry, who was starting in the nursery andseed business, urged her to return home to fill a county education position. http://www.clarinda.org/4-h.htm
Extractions: Site Map Clarinda 4-H Beginning of 4-H In 1901 a young school teacher, Jessie Field , was teaching in the rural Goldenrod School located in Fremont Township in Page County, Iowa. In order to create additional interest, especially in older boys and girls, she supplemented the basic 3R's with lessons in basic farming and homemaking, which she had learned while attending Farm Institute programs with her father. She felt this extended education would help build self confidence and esteem in her rural students as well as keeping them interested in attending school. She met with them before and after school for these additional experimental studies. Jessie Field returned to finish her college degree and after graduation took a teaching position in South Dakota. Her brother, Henry, who was starting in the nursery and seed business, urged her to return home to fill a county education position. In response to his insistence, in 1903 Jessie was elected to the position of Page County Superintendent of Schools. After Page County was acclaimed as "The Best Rural Schools in America" by the National Educational Bulletin in 1908, the ideas of learning by doing spread far and wide. County superintendents from the south and east visited the county schools to learn about this novel new twist in teaching young people and took the ideas back to be implemented in their own schools. In Page County, summer camps were held in the Clarinda City Park with demonstrations, classes and contests to further the learning and enthusiasm of accomplishmentsand for fun! By 1910 the ideas fostered in this rural school environment had spread throughout the state and even the country, and an additional fourth "H" leaf, representing Health, was added to the clover emblem. The organization formed to enhance the lives of rural students had indeed brought new extensions to learning and cooperation of parents in the process of preparing young people to meet the future.
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Extractions: When the multinational Siemens Corporation approached the Wendell, North Carolina, school system with a proposal to revamp their curriculum, exciting changes began to happen. Siemens built a state-of-the-art training center for high school students to prepare them to work in the world of high technology. The result? Students who once faced a dead-end future are now ready to pursue promising corporate careers. Several years ago, feisty principal Steve Scroggs was putting his passion on the line in rural Kinston, North Carolina. Now hes got a dream school in wealthy Chapel Hill. His challenge: to prove that caring about kids, letting teachers share leadership, and viewing education as a lifelong journey can also work in this Cadillac of a school.
SDREI -- Resources to valueadded agricultural businesses in south dakota. Business Research BureauStaff BRB Professional business, information and education services and are http://www.sdrei.org/links.htm
Extractions: Yukon Washington, DC Area Codes Below you will find a listing of all the cities in each area code in Washington, DC. Washington, DC consists of the following area codes (you can click on the area code to go directly to the listing of the cities within that code): Make calls within Washington, D.C. for 3.9¢/min., click here Cities within each Area Code
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Extractions: Even with many tech stocks in the tank, our lives increasingly involve the Internet. This is likely as true for kids as it is for professionals. Anyone whos seen a youth using a computer knows that kids take to the machines better than they take to bicycles and skateboards. The Internet has arguably opened childrens access to, well, a world wide web of ideas and information. It has created possibilities for, among other things, instantaneous cultural exchanges with other children all over the world. But how much does the Internet contribute to childrens learning and education? The answer is a subject of much debate among politicians, Internet executives and developers, and educators. In March 2000, the Clinton Administration drew together a panel called the Web-Based Education Commission to investigate the role of the Internet in schools. Headed by Bob Kerrey, former Nebraska Senator and current president of the New School for Social Research, the Commission included among its number several other senators, the president of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, a number of computer software and Internet company executives, as well as a teacher and a university professor. Nine months later, in December 2000, the commission released its report. Entitled The Power of the Internet for Learning: Moving from Promise to Practice, the 185-page report concluded that the Internet is indeed an essential tool for education and that its role in schools should be expanded for the future.
USD - Career Development Center Welcome to the Career Development Center at the University of south dakota! Whatdoes it mean to be U? It means. , Faculty/staff. », Employers. », Alumni. http://www.usd.edu/cdc/
Extractions: campus calendars webct check email help ... site index information for... Alumni Parents Students Visitors Home Academics Admissions Research ... USD Foundation Welcome to the Career Development Center at the University of South Dakota! What does it mean to be U ? It means ... learning you can be U and still be an undeclared major ... realizing that the Counselors at the Career Development Center will help U through that decision-making process ... knowing the resources at the Career Center will assist U in your search for a job ... finding that career U have a passion for as U leave college. Come and explore the Career Development Center no matter your grade level and discover the excellent assistance the career center can be for U. The hours at the USD Career Development Center are M - F from 8 AM - 5 PM. Evening appointments are sometimes available! Want to make that career happen for U. ? Contact us TODAY! Career Development Center Students Quick Links Choose... Exploration Class Outlook Handbook Survey Form Workshop hunting links Opportunities Faculty/Staff Employers Alumni CDC Staff Contact Information:
Untitled Document the Council for the Advancement and Support of education and District 6 covers Iowa,Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Missouri, North dakota and south dakota. http://www.buccc.cc.ks.us/pr_marketing/2002july_vietti.htm
Extractions: GLICKMAN AWARDS $6 MILLION IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GRANTS WASHINGTON, Oct. 11, 2000 Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman today announced $6 million in grants to encourage housing, community facilities and economic development in low-income rural communities. "These grants will help rural communities help themselves," said Glickman. "They will help provide the training and technical assistance essential to improving rural economies." USDA's Rural Community Development Initiative provides funds to help private, nonprofit, community-based development organizations and low-income communities improve their ability to develop rural housing and community facilities and to improve economic growth. Recipients were required to obtain matching funds, doubling the value of the USDA grants. Grant recipients will provide training and technical assistance to eligible nonprofit community-development organizations and low-income communities located in rural areas with populations of 50,000 or less. Technical assistance includes: setting up homeownership education programs; supporting micro-enterprises, cooperatives and sustainable development; and providing training to develop strategic plans, hire staff and oversee board operations and management. A list of grantees follows.
Extractions: firstname.lastname@example.org GLICKMAN AWARDS $6 MILLION IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GRANTS WASHINGTON, October. 11, 2000 - Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman today announced $6 million in grants to encourage housing, community facilities and economic development in low-income rural communities. "These grants will help rural communities help themselves," said Glickman. "They will help provide the training and technical assistance essential to improving rural economies." USDA's Rural Community Development Initiative provides funds to help private, nonprofit, community-based development organizations and low-income communities improve their ability to develop rural housing and community facilities and to improve economic growth. Recipients were required to obtain matching funds, doubling the value of the USDA grants. Grant recipients will provide training and technical assistance to eligible nonprofit community-development organizations and low-income communities located in rural areas with populations of 50,000 or less. Technical assistance includes: setting up homeownership education programs; supporting micro-enterprises, cooperatives and sustainable development; and providing training to develop strategic plans, hire staff and oversee board operations and management. A list of grantees follows.
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National Register Of Historical Places Ordinarily, State nomination forms are prepared by private individuals or thestaff of the State Dept of Health, education Social Affairs. south dakota. http://www.nationalregisterofhistoricplaces.com/forms.html
Extractions: Properties are nominated to the National Register by the State Historic Preservation Officer of the State in which the property is located, by the Federal Preservation Officer for properties under Federal ownership or control, or by the Tribal Preservation Officer if the property is on tribal lands. Ordinarily, State nomination forms are prepared by private individuals or the staff of the State Historic Preservation Officer. These nomination forms are then submitted to a State review board, composed of professionals in the fields of American history, architectural history, architecture, prehistoric and historic archeology, and other related disciplines. The review board makes a recommendation to the State Historic Preservation Officer either to approve the nomination if, in the board's opinion, it meets the National Register criteria, or to disapprove the nomination if it does not. Follow these links for the address and phone number of your: State Historic Preservation Office
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Extractions: Using the Web to Enhance the Classroom (4/16/98) Panelists include: Blenda Wilson, Pres., California State U.; Gregory Aloia, Prof. of Special Education, Illinois State U.; Valerie Hardcastle, Asst. Prof. of Philosophy, Virginia Polytechnic; Jonathan Ross, Educ. Technology, U. of Calgary; and Ann Barron, Assoc. Prof. of Instructional Tech., U. of South Florida and Dir., Florida Ctr. Of Instructional Tech. Support materials include papers written by each panelist on the topic. Developing Courses for Web-Based Delivery (11/5/98) Panelists include: Robert Koob, Pres. and Prof. of Chemistry, U. of Northern Iowa; Lynne Schrum, Assoc. Prof. of Instructional Tech., U. of Georgia; John Laflin, Prof. of English, Dakota State U.; Merry Carter, Pgm. Dir. Of Histologic Technology, Florida State Comm. Col. at Jacksonville; Nate Calloway, Curric. Specialist, UMUC; and Fred Hofstetter, Prof. of Instructional Tech., U. of Delaware. Support materials include a listing of print and online resources as well as tips and guidelines written by experienced online instructors.
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Extractions: AmeriCorps*VISTA Members will work with staff in Cedar Rapids to develop the Senior Enterprise Center with Mt. Mercy College and the Greater Cedar Rapids Foundation; assist in the implementation of the Youth Entrepreneurship programs in Waterloo, Des Moines and Coralville; collaborate with economies through micro-enterprise training programs; provide outreach and assessment of low-income individuals and refugees leading to 52 new Individual Development Accounts (IDA) per year; and, perform outreach searches and interview potential Angel Investors to invest in ISED trained business owners. AmeriCorps*VISTA Members will develop materials and resources aimed at increasing the capacity of microenterprise practitioners to effectively reach out to and serve the disability community. The members will also design innovative programs to address the microenterprise development needs of the disability community, and public awareness and education about the entrepreneurial potential of individuals with disabilities.
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Extractions: Email firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the Laboratory The research in Dr. Borg's laboratory is focused on investigating the role of the extracellular matrix (ECM) in the heart during normal growth and development and in certain disease conditions. These investigations involve the biochemical characterization of the components of the ECM, analysis of specific receptors for these components, and molecular expression at critical times in heart development or in disease models. A variety of experimental approaches is used in this research, including whole embryo culture, isolated cell culture, exercise physiology, morphological analyses by light and electron microscopy, and molecular biology. Colorado State University B.S.
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Extractions: Go to Canada US State or Territory Address Telephone Toll Free # 401 Adams Ave., Montgomery, AL 361034 1-800-ALABAMA Alaska Div of Tourism PO Box 110801, Juneau, AK 99811-0801 American Samoa Govt. Office of Tourism, c/o McClellan Corp. Intl. 21318 Dumetz Rd., PO Box 4070, Woodland Hills, CA 91365 1-800-US-3-GUAM Arizona Office of Tourism 2702 N. Third St., Suite 4015, Phoenix, AZ 85004 1 Capitol Mall, Little Rock, AR 72201 California Div of Tourism PO Box 1499, Dept. TIA, Sacramento, CA 95812-1499 1-800-TO-CALIF Colorado Travel and Tourism Authority PO Box 3524, Englewood, CO 80155 Connecticut Vacation Center 505 Hudson St., Hartford, CT 06106 1-800-CT-BOUND Delaware Tourism Office 99 Kings Highway, Box 1401, Dept. TIA, Dover, DE 19901 District of Columbia Florida Div of Tourism PO Box 1100, Tallahassee, FL 32302 Georgia Tourism PO Box 1776, Atlanta, GA 30301-1776 Hawaii Visitors Bureau 2270 Kalakaua Ave., Suite 801, Honolulu, HI 96815 Idaho Travel and Tourism PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720