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  1. Princetonians, 1748-1768: A Biographical Dictionary by James McLachlan, 1977-02
  2. Robert M. Hutchins: Portrait of an Educator (Centennial Publications of The University of Chicago Press) by Mary Ann Dzuback, 1991-11-01
  3. Alfred O'Rahilly: Controversialist v.3 by J.Anthony Gaughan, 1993-06
  4. At the Fountain of Youth: Memories of a College President by William Pearson Tolley, 1989-03
  5. The Art of Learning to Teach: Preservice Teacher Narratives by Mary Beattie, 2000-05-03
  6. Magdalen College and King James II 1686-89
  7. ACADEMY AND COLLEGE: THE HISTORY by Judith Bainbridge, 2001-10-01
  8. Educating the Educators: Hispanism and Its Institutions (Monash Romance Studies) by Malcolm K. Read, 2003-08
  9. Someone to Teach Them: York and the Great University Explosion, 1960 -1973 by John T. Saywell, 2008-05-24
  10. Things Not Forgotten by T.J. Carpenter, 2003-02-03
  11. A University Turns to the World: A Personal History of the Michigan State University International Story by Ralph H. Smuckler, 2003-02
  12. A Force for Change: The Class of 1950 by John Norberg, 1995-12
  13. Making and Breaking Universities: Memoirs of Academic Life in Australia and Britain 1936-2004 by Bruce Williams, 2005-01
  14. The Lord of Point Grey: Larry Mackenzie of U.B.C. by P. B. Waite, 1987-12

61. Teacher Training And Adult Education
keys to Biography gifts and hindrances within the biographies of individuals ParsifalCollege, Teacher Training and adult education is offered through Glenaeon
Please send e-mail to Bob Hale if you are running Teacher Training or Adult Education that you would like listed here. Distance Education New South Wales South Australia Victoria
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Venue Details EduCareDo - International Research and Learning Centre Offers courses in Anthroposophy by distance education, each course commencing on the first day of the month, 25 lessons in a block delivered by post or e-mail. The course leads over a period of 2-3 years to the syllabus of the School for Spiritual Science.
Contacts: 23 Victoria Ave Middle Cove, NSW 2068, phone 02 9417 7034, e-mail Raphael College International Rudolf Steiner Higher Education
Distance Education Contact:
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62. CASE International Assembly 2002-Virtual Assembly/Biographies
and assistance, the Center for Training and Development, which serves as a specialworkforce training center, and Pima County adult education, which provides
Jana Kooi
President and Chief Executive Officer
Pima Community College
Ms. Kooi has always strongly embraced the economic and workforce development component of the community college mission. Under her leadership, the Community Campus now offers a wide range of customer-driven programs and classes, and brokers training opportunities for the college district throughout the community. Among its special services are Business and Industry Training, which provides customized training solutions, the Small Business Development Center, which provides individual business counseling and assistance, the Center for Training and Development, which serves as a special workforce training center, and Pima County Adult Education, which provides adult basic education at four learning centers throughout the community.
Ms. Kooi has actively served on numerous community boards and committees, including several devoted to workforce development such as the Workforce Investment Board of Pima County, Lifeskills, Inc., and the Arizona Workforce Recruitment and Job Training Program Council.

63. West Des Moines
biographies. efficiency. education Iowa State University, Ames, IowaMaster of Scienceadult education/Organizational Development, 1991;

64. KET Enterprise | Adult Basic Education | Pre-GED Reading: Another Page
KET adult education Enterprise Division, A wholelanguage approach to adult literacy. Contemporaryfiction, biographies, and essays are the focus of the Prose
Main Product List) HOME GED Preparation Workplace Skills Adult Basic Ed. Family Literacy Professional Dev. ESL Pricing Products A to Z Contact Us About Us Home Adult Basic Ed. Another Page
A whole-language approach to adult literacy Level: Focusing on consumer and life skills, Another Page delivers practical instruction in reading comprehension using a whole-language approach. Another Page increases reading vocabulary, raises reading comprehension levels, and enhances self-confidence and motivation to read. Practical Reading employs everyday reading materials to help students practice reading for facts, finding the main idea, making inferences, using sources of information, and understanding forms. The General Reading section uses materials such as newspapers and magazines to build on these skills and to address context clues, making inferences, and recognizing fact and opinion. Contemporary fiction, biographies, and essays are the focus of the Prose Literature section, where students work with details, use figurative language, and apply skills developed in the Practical Reading section.

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65. Education Planet Education,K-12 Resources,Adult Education,startat10 Lesson Plans
Included are biographies and full texts of articles and papers relatedto adult education as the practice of building democracy
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66. Professional Leadership - Faculty Biographies
Professional Leadership Faculty biographies. has directed programs for adults at twocolleges and is pastpresident of the adult Higher education Alliance

STAFF biographies. He has done doctoral work in Counseling Psychology atthe University of Tennessee and in adult education at Virginia Tech.

68. Adult Education Page
301 or by email at Great adult education Links. Institutefor Jewish Medical Ethics. Also includes history, maps, biographies, etc.
Adult Education 2002-2003
Sharron Levine
Here are examples of our Adult Education classes that were held this past year, as well as continuing and upcoming classes.
Conversational Hebrew Classes with Symcha Weinblatt:
Beginning Sunday, October 13, 2002 9:30-11:00 a.m. - Why not spend your Sunday mornings learning conversational Hebrew with Symcha Weinblatt? The cost of the class is $125 per person(8-10 week class). To register, please contact Carole Hardtla in the synagogue office before October 13,2002(301/299-0225 ext. 301, or Fall Lecture Series: "All New: Adult Education Fall Symposium"
Tuesdays, October 1 through November 5, 2002 7:30 - 9:15 p.m.
7:30 - 8:20 p.m.
Choose one of the three classes listed below. Each class will meet for three weeks and will then be repeated in the subsequent three weeks, giving participants the opportunity to attend two of the three classes:
"Myths and Facts About Israel and the Middle East"

69. - Adult Education & Evangelization - Links
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops) This site contains many resourcesconcerning adult education. Click here and read their inspiring biographies.
Fall River
Mission Staff Events Ponderings ... Links RENEW Mission Staff Trainings Photos ... Prayers
Diocese of Fall River:
Find out more about the Diocese of Fall River.

A contains an explanation of the RCIA process plus links to other RCIA resources.
Mass Times:
Away from home? Don't want to miss Mass? Click here to find Mass schedules. USCCB (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops): This site contains many resources concerning Adult Education. Especially interesting is the archive of Pastoral Letters. USCCB Movie Reviews: Provides information, reviews and ratings on the latest Hollywood movies. USCCB Online Catechism Do you have questions about what the Catholic Church teaches? View the online Catechism of the Catholic Church. The New American Bible online: Organized in a very nice manner, by book and chapter. Catholic Online - Saints and Angels: Want to know more about your Patron Saint or, in fact, any Saint? Click here and read their inspiring biographies. National Catholic Register: Online Web Edition of the weekly National Catholic Register.

70. OT Faculty Bios
Faculty biographies Click on a name to see individual web pages. Management fromthe University of South Florida and her Ph.D. in adult education from the

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Click on a name to see individual web pages Barbara A. Schell Chair, Department of Occupational Therapy
H. Keith Brown
Robin Underwood
M. Irma Alvarado Assistant Professor Mary P. Shotwell Assistant Professor Sara J. Brayman Assistant Professor John White Associate Professor Barbara A. Schell, Chair, Department of Occupational Therapy Dr. Barbara Schell obtained her B.S. in Occupational Therapy from the University of Florida, her M.S. in Business Management from the University of South Florida and her Ph.D. in Adult Education from the University of Georgia. Prior to her academic career, she worked as a clinician in acute medical and rehabilitation settings, managed both occupational therapy and multi-disciplinary programs, and provided consultation and continuing education related occupational therapy management and program development. She is the founding Chair of the Brenau Occupational Therapy Department. She currently continues to chair the department, teaches coursework in occupational therapy foundations, as well as supervision and management. She supervises student thesis research directed towards understanding how to improve client-centered care. Dr. Schell continues her own research examining the nature and development of clinical reasoning.

71. Adult Education And The Public Library In 19th Century Wolverhampton
repute as he is not listed in any of the biographies of Victorian to realise thatfunding from the rates was essential if adult education in Wolverhampton was
Adult Education
and the Public Library
in 19th Century Wolverhampton
Adult Education in Wolverhampton before 1869 (Part 4)
The Art School
The final major attempt at establishing an adult educational institution, before the advent of the Free Library classes, originated in 1851. It was in that year that the Great Exhibition took place. It was the Exhibition, which "came as a revelation, and produced a profound sensation in Wolverhampton" [J. Jones op cit p73], that inspired some of the leading citizens of the town to endow a small art school in the town's Castle Street. Under the secretaryship of Charles Mander [a leading Conservative and member of the famous varnish and paint manufacturing family], a full-time art master named Thomas Chittenden was appointed by the end of 1851. C. B.Mander The history of the Art School followed the same pattern established by the Mechanics' Institute, for initial interest was such that in August 1854 a purpose-built School of Art "in the Greek style" [ibid p75] had been opened in Waterloo Road, on the western side of Wolverhampton. This building was partly financed by public subscription, but some £1,600 of the total cost of £4,000 had to be raised through a mortgage [ibid p147]. At the opening ceremony of the Art School was George Wallis, a native and former resident of Wolverhampton. Wallis had gained prominence in contemporary art circles in his role as "Keeper of Art Treasures" at the South Kensington Museum in London, and had gained a wider national fame as Deputy Commissioner of the Great Exhibition. Much interest in the establishment of an Art School in Wolverhampton was in deference to Wallis and his reputation.

72. The Benevolent Society - Training Biographies
Has an Associate Diploma in adult Community education. Qualifications include a City Guilds Certificate in adult education, a Diploma in Outdoor education.

73. Graduate Studies Faculty At Franklin Pierce
Faculty biographies She is the founder and Executive Director of the not for profit adult education program Reintegration education adult Program, REAP and
Graduate Studies Faculty Biographies MBA/MSITM Faculty Maria R. Garcia joined the Franklin Pierce graduate faculty as Assistant Professor in 2001. She received her ALM in Information Technology from Harvard University, an MBA from Nova Southeastern University, and a BS in Business from Universidad Metropolitana in Caracas, Venezuela.
Her work experience includes strategic management consulting, research and development of new investment opportunities, financial management, database design and implementation, and eCommerce management. Some of the industries in which Maria has worked include oil, procurement, engineering, media, publishing, banking, and education. She has taught courses in Accounting, Database Systems, Client/Server Computing, Website Development, and Information Systems to college, MBA’s, and continuing education students. What do students say about Maria? “The teacher [Garcia] was very knowledgeable in the subject.” “The lectures were well presented and very informative.” Maria was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela. She has been living in the US since 1996.

74. A.T. Gregorian Oriental Rugs - Biographies
biographies Family Collection. He conducts a popular adulteducation course onoriental rugs and supports A Rug Weaver's Tale, a multicultural initiative by
Family Collection ARTHUR T. GREGORIAN
Founder Arthur T. Gregorian is an American success story. During the turmoil of WW I, a 9-year old Arthur fled with his family and neighbors from their ancestral village of Rahvah, on the shore of Lake Urmia, on the edge of Kurdistan in Azerbaijan Province of Iran. His book Armenag's Story chronicles his family's escape from Persia and resettlement in the United States. In the midst of the Great Depression, Arthur withdrew all his money from a local bank$700and came to Wellesley, partly to follow his high school sweetheart then enrolled in Wellesley College and partly to open his first store. The following day the bank failed, but his marriage to Phebe Ballou endured. A gifted storyteller, Arthur rented a tiny space in Wellesley and sold rugs by visiting potential customers in their homes and offices. He once told a college president that his office should be graced with a rug from his store because "no one can behave badly in a room with an Oriental rug." On another occasion, an antique rug from his collection was stolen. He told an AP correspondent that the rug was cursed. After the story broke, the rug was found the next day on the steps of a local church. In addition to Armenag's Story , Arthur has published Oriental Rugs and The Stories They Tell , a classic consumer guide to oriental rugs; and

75. ADTED-Adult Education-PennState Capitol College-Links
Includes biographies of women and men who have contributed to the development ofthe field, as well as books and other resources related to adult education.

76. CHLA/ABSC 26TH Annual Conference - Biographies
SPEAKER, POSTER PRESENTER AND INSTRUCTOR biographies a distance program from the Universityof Calgary that focuses on workplace learning and adult education. 26TH Annual Conference
Canadian Health Libraries Association /
CHLA/ABSC Conference 2002
May 28 - June 1 2002 / 28 mai - 1 juin 2002
Waterloo, Ontario SPEAKER, POSTER PRESENTER AND INSTRUCTOR BIOGRAPHIES Titi Alexander is the Director of the Library of the Australian Department of Health and Ageing based in Canberra, Australia. She has a deep interest in and commitment to providing the most efficient and cost effective information services to the clients of the agencies that she serves. The libraries she has managed have had the reputation for being client oriented and providing innovative services to meet customer needs and to achieve corporate goals. These have been done through turbulent, demanding, diverse and challenging times. Their stakeholders have rewarded them with a number of awards – both personally and as a Library Team. Linda Baker, PhD, MLS , is an Associate Professor in the Library and Information Science Program at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. In her research, Lynda focuses on consumer health issues. She has written articles on the the readability of CHI material and the information needs of women with multiple sclerosis. Her current research involves in the health needs of underserved groups. She is a co-author of the book, "Consumer Health Information for Public Librarians." Heather Boon, BSc Phm, PhD

77. Biographies
biographies. Although Richard's academic background is in history, he also has qualificationsin adult education with a special interest in workplace education
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78. Dr. Howard Gardner - Multiple Intelligence Theory - American Psychologist And Ed
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79. Asia Pacific Research - Biographies - Advisory Committee
biographies Advisory Committee. Diploma in Public Health from the School of Hygiene,University of Toronto (1976) and an MA in adult education from the
Health Aging Osaka Symposium Project Documents ... Biographies
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Committee Members: Carmen Connolly James Fox Zeynep Erden Karman Michael MacKinnon ... Yuen Pau Woo
Carmen Connolly
Carmen Connolly was appointed to the position of Director, Canadian Population Health Initiative at the Canadian Institute for Health Information in June 1999. MS Connolly was born in Maniwaki, Quebec and graduated with a B. Sc. (Dietetics) from the University of Ottawa in 1973. She completed a dietetic internship at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto and worked as a clinical dietitian in Ottawa prior to serving with the Canadian University Services Overseas (CUSO) in Togo, West Africa. Upon returning to Canada, Carmen obtained a Post-Graduate Diploma in Public Health from the School of Hygiene, University of Toronto (1976) and an MA in Adult Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto (1980). Ms. Connolly has extensive experience in policy development, program management and strategic planning and has held a number of progressively senior positions in the health care, academic and governments sectors.

80. BCLS-Adult & Higher Education In Burlington County
biographies. education in Burlington County. adult education Burlington County LiteracyDirectory /literacy/ Bordentown Community education http//www.bordentown
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No. Burlington County Regional School District Pemberton Township Perkins Center for the Arts Rancocas Valley Regional Adult School YMCA Higher Education Burlington County College New Jersey Institute of Technology (Mount Laurel campus) Other Burlington County Institute of Technology Burlington County Special Services District Occupational Training Center of Burlington County /otc/ Last updated: Wednesday, September 25, 2002

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