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  1. Participation in organizations;: A study of Columbia College alumni by Alden Wallace Smith, 1972
  2. Record of the Men of Lafayette; Brief Biographical Sketches of the Alumni of Lafayette College From Its Organization to the Present Time by Selden Jennings Coffin, 2009-12-27
  3. Record Of The Men Of Lafayette: Brief Biographical Sketches Of The Alumni Of Lafayette College, From Its Organization To The Present Time (1879) by Selden Jennings Coffin, William Baxter Owen, 2010-09-10
  4. Record Of The Men Of Lafayette: Brief Biographical Sketches Of The Alumni Of Lafayette College, From Its Organization To The Present Time (1879) by Selden Jennings Coffin, William Baxter Owen, 2010-09-10
  5. Book 'em: giving the gift of photobooks. (Alumni Giving).(use of promotional books for alumni donations): An article from: The Non-profit Times by Craig Causer, 2002-09-15
  6. Development potential at Cuttington College, Suacoco, Liberia, February 14, 1969: With a blueprint for ten years of coordinated effort in public relations, alumni organization, and fundraising by Arthur Ben Chitty, 1969
  7. Medical organizations and their value: An address delivered before the Alumni Association of Jefferson Medical College, March 9, 1877 by William B Atkinson, 1877
  8. Dartmouth Alumni Council;: History, objectives, organization, achievements; a manual for members by Sidney Chandler Hayward, 1963
  9. The Dartmouth Alumni Council: Its objectives, organization, functions, and achievements by Sidney Chandler Hayward, 1958
  10. The Intelligent Donor's Guide to College Giving by Anne D. Neal, 1998-11-09
  11. Golden Days: Reminiscences of Alumnae, Mississippi State College for Women
  12. Building an alumni support community: tracking alumni for program evaluation and added value.: An article from: College Student Journal by Kathleen W. Ingram, Linda L. Haynes, et all 2005-06-01
  13. Staying connected: Walton College Alumni Society.: An article from: Arkansas Business by Unavailable, 2010-01-25
  14. Excellence in Advancement: Applications for Higher Education and Nonprofit Organizations by William W. Tromble, 1998-03

81. ASU College Of Engineering And Applied Sciences
The ASU college of Engineering and Applied Sciences has put forth tremendousefforts in recent years to build and maintain successful alumni programs.
April 03, 2003 Students Industry Alumni Academics ... Research
The ASU College of Engineering and Applied Sciences has put forth tremendous efforts in recent years to build and maintain successful alumni programs. A large part of this success has been the emphasis that has been placed on communications. We have increased college awareness through the bi-annual "Full Circle" newsletter, our annual report, and a wide variety of event notifications and invitations. But successful communication has to be two-way communication.
As we continue to build alumni relationships, we will rely on your input to help us fully understand how we can better serve your needs. We sincerely believe that we are here for you, and in an effort to monitor what you want, click on the survey to help us analyze how we can make our alumni relations more successful.
This Information will be used for internal purposes only and will not be shared with anyone outside the College of Engineering and Applied Science and Arizona State University. Privacy Statement
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82. Greek Life
organizations and have eliminated it. All acts of hazing by any group, member, oralumni are specifically forbidden and will not be tolerated by the college.
GREEK LETTER FRATERNITIES Greek Letter Fraternities are extracurricular organizations chartered by the College. The College encourages fraternities to contribute to the fulfillment of its mission by promoting academic excellence, exercising collegial spirit, celebrating pluralism, recognizing the interdependence of campus organizations, and respecting the dignity of the entire College community. The College does not recognize fraternities as secret societies because secrecy is incompatible with the College's mission to maintain an open exchange of ideas and information. To be classified as a fraternity and operate on campus, organizations must be nationally affiliated and adhere to various rules and regulations established by the College. Compliance with College policies, procedures and regulations always supersedes any oaths of secrecy fraternity members may take. The College recognizes the following Greek Letter organizations: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

83. Council
the University of Hawai`i. The Council is the major communication link to alumniorganizations recognized by alumni Association of the college of Education.
T HE U NIVERSITY OF H AWAI`I The University of Hawai`i Alumni Association Alumni Council HOME ABOUT UHAA C HARTERED ORGANIZATIONS ... HERE ARE OUR ALUMNI? The Alumni Council (Council) advises the Board on matters which improve the Association and its service to alumni of the University of Hawai`i. The Council is the major communication link to alumni organizations recognized by the Association and the University of Hawai`i as it is responsible for communicating Association information with their members and the general public. Membership is comprised of the presidents of each alumni organization officially recognized by the Association. The Association Second Vice President chairs the Alumni Council. Click here for the latest meeting agenda. UH Alumni Association Council Members O'ahu Chapters Neighbor Islands U.S. Mainland International Army R.O.T.C. Alumni Association Pam Moore '96 , President Association of Alumni and Friends of the UH at Hilo Jim Kelly , President

84. Student Organizations - College Of Journalism And Communications
details.. . The Journalism and Communications college Council works as alink between Student Government and the college's student organizations.
employment virtual tour site map contact us University of Florida's College of Journalism and Communication offers its students many student and professional organizations.
The UF Ad Society (ADS) is a professional student advertising organization and college chapter affiliate of the American Advertising Federation (AAF). Its members participate each year in the AAF National Student Advertising Competition.
AAC is the college's newest minority student organization, AAC was founded in 1996 and welcomes majors from the four college departments. It is a leader among Florida's Asian student organizations.
ABC is a professional student group that includes majors from all departments in the College of Journalism and Communications. Founded in 1980, ABC's major goal is to assist members with career development. It was the first minority student organization in the College, and it is a student chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).
GSMCA is a student run organization in the College of Journalism and Communications. It serves as the liaison between the College of Journalism of Mass Communication, the Graduate Student Council and the graduate students. The association’s primary purpose is to assist, advise, and inform incoming and currently enrolled graduate students about the program, the university, and living in Gainesville.

85. Professional Organizations - College Of Information Studies (CLIS)
resources, and professional information for public librarians, college and research Forinformation about state organizations not listed above, click here.
Professional Organizations
National Organizations State Organizations Student Chapters
National organizations in library science offer students and professionals the opportunity to meet people within the same field, to exchange ideas, and to learn from experienced professionals. A wide variety of organizations exist, and students are encouraged to join those within their expected graduation specialties. Most organizations offer special, lower membership rates for students who are enrolled at least half-time in a library science program. Information and membership applications for the following professional organizations are available outside the CLIS Student Services Office. Links are also provided below to some organizations' webpages. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES
AALL offers students interested in working in academic, government, or private law libraries an opportunity to network with other professionals in their field. For $29 a year, the student has access to professional development opportunities, financial support in the form of either educational scholarships or grants, job placement services, and a subscription to their quarterly Law Library Journal AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL LIBRARIANS
AASL provides students interested in school library media an opportunity to network with school library media specialists nationwide. For $39 per year, AASL provides students with subscriptions to

86. Student Organizations - College Of Information Studies (CLIS)
Student Chapters of Professional organizations. STUDENT ARCHIVISTS AT MARYLAND.SAM was formed at the University of Maryland at college Park in 1995 to provide
Student Organizations
Student Chapters of Professional Organizations STUDENT ARCHIVISTS AT MARYLAND SAM was formed at the University of Maryland at College Park in 1995 to provide an opportunity for future members of the archives profession to meet and exchange ideas. STUDENT CHAPTER OF THE SPECIAL LIBRARIES ASSOCIATION An extension of SLA, the student chapter provides an opportunity to meet students on-campus with the same or similar professional goals. SLA provides various planned events throughout the semester. Information, including how to contact the local chapter members, is becoming available on the web. STUDENT CHAPTER OF ASIST SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST STUDENT ASSOCIATION The School Library Media Specialist Student Association is comprised of MLS students who plan to work in public and private educational settings. The Association provides opportunities for students to develop professional relationships and to discuss topics such as changes in the role and perception of the school library media specialist, issues addressed by guest speakers, and innovative materials and programming ideas. The Association is open to all individuals who wish to know more about the role of the library media specialist. The group generally meets twice per semester. Dr. Delia Neuman, Coordinator of the School Library Media Program, serves as faculty advisor. Maintained by the College of Information Studies
This page was last updated on Thursday, August 15, 2002

87. University Of Tennessee College Of Law: Development & Alumni Affairs
Affairs is to cultivate and strengthen relationships between our alumni, students,faculty, staff, and friends of the University of Tennessee college of Law.
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89. Allegheny College: Campus Life - Clubs & Organizations
These student groups include student government, honorary societies, athleticorganizations, college committees, community service, Greek life, media
Allegheny offers over 80 diverse clubs and organizations, giving all students the opportunity to participate in a wide range of activities. These student groups include student government, honorary societies, athletic organizations, College committees, community service, Greek life, media organizations, performance groups, religious organizations and special interest groups. All new students receive a copy of The Compass , the student handbook , when they arrive on campus in the fall. A section of The Compass is devoted to listing and describing all of the different clubs and organizations at Allegheny. This listing also includes the name and campus post office box of at least one contact person so that interested students obtain more information at any time. In addition, the annual Activities Fair gives new students a chance to learn about Allegheny's clubs and organizations in a relaxed, enjoyable environment. The Activities Fair is held once a semester during the first full week of classes. Allegheny Student Government ( ASG
Through ASG, students participate in the governance of the College. ASG officers and senators are elected by popular student ballot. ASG is responsible for appointing students to serve on the standing committees of the College and of the Board of Trustees. ASG also allocates student activity fees to campus organizations, and oversees a number of student programs.

90. Wayne State University - Affiliated Alumni Organizations
Contact WSU WSU Pipeline Site Map Search    GO Affiliated Alumni Organizations Future Students Faculty and Staff Academics and Libraries Research ... About Wayne State WSU QUICK LINKS Administration Admissions Bookstore Campus News Catalog/University Bulletin Housing Job Postings Marketing and Communications President's Office Public Relations Public Safety Request Information Technology Resources The South End University Calendar University Press WDET-FM 101.9 printable version
Alumni constituent groups

(school/college/program groups,
Organization of Black Alumni

Women of Wayne
Student Alumni Association Retired Employees of WSU ...
Wayne State University

Detroit, Michigan 48202

91. College Of Liberal Arts : Temple University
A college education is not just about classes to attend, papers towrite, and exams to take. It's also about getting involved in
ACADEMIC ADVISING SERVICES ORGANIZATIONS University Wide Organizations College Organizations SHOWCASE CAREERS ... CLA HOME CLA Quicklinks Academic Advising Admissions ATTIC Educational Technology Center Experiential Learning Faculty Directory Gift Giving New Students Prospective Students Temple Admissions
A college education is not just about classes to attend, papers to write, and exams to take. It's also about getting involved in the culture of your department, your College, and the University. We encourage you to do so by joining a major's association, serving on a College-wide committee, or working on a University-level student organization. At a place as large as Temple, we have an association/club/organization to meet every student's interest. Here you will get some sense of the extraordinary array of possibilities at Temple. So kick start your extra curricular interests; get in and get involved.

92. Amherst College Alumni & Parent Programs
biographical information to the following collegeaffiliated organizationsand alumni groups in support of approved activities;
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    2) I'm concerned about having my personal information available on the site. The privacy of your personal information is our top priority. Only you can access and update your personal information, and only Amherst alumni can view E-Directory information. Any areas of the Website containing private information can be accessed only by Amherst alumni and only via a password protected log-in. Through the Hide Information option, you may limit the information that appears to other alumni in the online directory.
    Amherst College makes available address, phone and e-mail contact information to Amherst alumni only, with the understanding that it is provided for use only as it pertains to Amherst College business. The information must not be shared with others without the permission of Amherst College and should not be used for commercial purposes. Amherst is kept informed of this contact information due in large part to the care exercised in releasing this information. Those who violate these basic principles of confidentiality are subject to denial of services and possible legal action.
  • 93. Robert H. Smith School Of Business - University Of Maryland, College Park
    alumni RH Smith alumni Association; UMD alumni Resources; Faculty; ProfessionalOrganizations; of Business University of Maryland, college Park http//www

    Robert H. Smith School of Business
    University of Maryland

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    College Park, MD 20742

    94. Robert H. Smith School Of Business - University Of Maryland, College Park
    Smith alumni Association UMD alumni Resources Facult Programs of Study Student OrganizationsFaculty Research Business University of Maryland, college Park http

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    Undergraduate Logistics, Transportation, Supply Chain Management International Business General Business Other Departmental Courses Undergraduate Links MBA Logistics, Transportation, Supply Chain Management International Business International Business Global Business and Knowledge Management MBA Links MS MS Logistics, Transportation, Supply Chain Management MS Links Ph.D Logistics, Transportation, Supply Chain Management Ph.D Links FACULTY Faculty Profiles Doctoral Students RESEARCH Centers and Labs Published Books Published Journal Articles PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS American Economic Association Academy of International Business Academy of Management Council of Logistics Management International Society of Logistics National Association of Purchasing Management, Inc.

    95. Site Map - NIU College Of Business
    Student organizations; Patrick R. Delaney Endowed Business Outreach; Rockford AlumniClub; NIU Executive college Directory Alphabetical List; Accountancy; Business

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    96. College Of Business Administration: Friends Of Finance
    Friends of Finance is an organization of business professionals, business alumniof The University of Tulsa, and supporters of the TU college of Business
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    Friends of Finance FOF Navigation Finance Excellence Fund Meeting Calendar Apr. Meeting Reg Form May Meeting Reg Form ... Previous Newsletters Finance Navigation Finance Home Page Overview In 1985, three TU Finance alumni, Bob Prince, Bruce Currie, and Bob Harrison, and two TU faculty members, Mark Collins and Roger Bey, met to discuss how support could be gained for the Finance Department and how the Finance Department could better serve TU’s Finance alumni and the Tulsa business community. From that meeting the concept of a Friends of Finance (FOF) organization was born. Today, FOF is an incredibly strong support group for TU’s Finance and Operations Management Department, has more than 245 dues paying members, has raised more than $500,000 for the Finance and OM Department that is managed as a Student Investment Fund (SIF), and has an Executive Speaker series of nationally prominent business and public leaders. The SIF has a market value of more than $550,000, and in 2001-2002 earnings from the SIF support 15 students on scholarship. Friends of Finance is an organization of business professionals, business alumni of The University of Tulsa, and supporters of the TU College of Business Administration. Members share a passion for businessparticularly finance and operations managementand are committed to helping TU gain national prominence in these areas.

    97. AAVC : Alumnae And Alumni Of Vassar College
    Alumnae and alumni of Vassar college Founded in 1871, AAVC connects the more than 34,000 Vassar alumnae/i worldwide with each other and Vassar college.
    Alumnae/i Online
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    Bulletin Board E-Postcards ... Contact AAVC Helpful links Vassar College Giving to Vassar Athletics Career Development Fellowships/Advising InfoSite Transcripts

    98. College Of Engineering, University Of Illinois UC
    and will not tolerate discriminatory practices in the employment of its alumni. Copyright© 2002 college of Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana
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    Alumni Career Center
    Illini Center, First Floor
    200 South Wacker Drive, MC-200
    Chicago, IL 60606
    Established in 1987, the Alumni Career Center, a unit of the Alumni Association, provides career related services to graduates in all disciplines of the Chicago, Urbana, and Springfield campuses of the University of Illinois. In 1999, the Alumni Career Center won the Seal of Excellence Award in alumni relations from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, the leading professional organization in the field. The Alumni Career Center is located at 200 South Wacker Drive, First Floor, in the Illini Center. The building is at the southwest corner of Wacker Drive and Adams Street, across from the Sears Tower. It is convenient to Union Station, Northwestern Station, and several CTA bus routes. For over a decade, employers seeking high caliber, experienced employees have targeted their hunt to the University of Illinois Alumni Career Center. A registry is online of graduates with experience in engineering, management, finance, accounting, MIS, human resources, social services, sales marketing, and other fields. Other alumni take advantage of our in-house job postings and resources on our Internet site.

    99. Conrad N. Hilton College
    college Employees Directories » All college Employees alumni of Membership StudentOrganizations » HFTP » Benefits Board of Directors alumni Home » Board

    100. Redirection Technology
    Engineering Mathematics, college of, Info, Email, Website. Greek StudentOrganizations, Info, Website. • Greenville alumni Chapter (Lansing), Info, H.

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