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21. Educational And School Counseling Graduate Programs In Missouri, Arkansas, Nebra
arkansas Tech University School of Education Counseling and 2354523 Fax 1-620-235-4520Programs in the emphasis in Community, School, or family Research Areas
Graduate Schools in Missouri, Arkansas, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma
Sponsoring Institutions:
Pittsburgh State University
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General Listings:
Arkansas State University
Graduate School
Counselor Education
P.O. Box 60
State University, AR 72467O U.S.A.
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Degrees Offered:

M.S. - Education
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Arkansas Tech University School of Education Counseling and Leadership Tomlinson 104 Russellville, AR 72801-2222 United States Click to send E-mail to: International Students Click to send E-mail to: Phone: Fax: The M.Ed. in School Counseling and Leadership is designed to prepare candidates for licensure as school counselors. Degrees Offered: M.Ed. - School Counseling and Leadership Click here for details on how the Access Group can help you finance this program -> Central Missouri State University Educational Leadership and Human Development School Counseling The Graduate School, Ward Edwards 1800

22. Arkansas Family Council
Abstinence Education Martha Adcock, family Council staff This committee works withthe arkansas Department of year to fund local abstinence education programs.

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... Private School Arkansas Physicians Resource Council Mission Accomplishments Vision Exec. Committee Contact Us Contact Info Vision of Family Council A plan for promoting, protecting and strengthening traditional family values in Arkansas Voter's Guides Arkansas voters need to know where candidates stand on issues. We plan to distribute approximately 1,000,000 voter's guides each election year for the November general election. The Education Alliance Public, private and home schooling are all viable options for educating children. The Education Alliance supports quality education for all children. By improving our existing public schools and by promoting, protecting and strengthening private and home schools, we are preserving the rights of all parents to choose what is best for their child.

23. Arkansas Family Council Update Letter Archives
2. Abstinence programs We will help decrease arkansas For the first time ever, arkansas’unwed birthrate 3. Profamily Legislation Working with the governor
Family Council Update Letter Archives
Welcome to the Update Letter Archives of the Family Council. Scroll down and click the Family Council Update Letter that you wish to read. September, 2001 August, 2001 July, 2001 June, 2001 ... March, 2001 February, 2001 January, 2001
January 2001
Dear Family Council Friends,
Some people can’t wait for deer season or duck season. While that’s all well and good, personally I prefer legislative season. Yes, the Arkansas Legislature is in town and by the time you read this letter almost 1,000 bills will be making their way through the legislature. For me, this is like a duck hunter with a sky full of mallards or a guy on the deer stand surrounded by ten-point bucks – so many targets.
What I enjoy most is tracking down bad bills and killing them. I get great satisfaction in planning the demise of a bad bill and carrying the plan through to completion. The only problem is that there are no trophies to display on my wall, but it is all great fun—most of the time.
Bad Bills We Are Tracking
Hate Crimes: Senate Bill 35 by Senator Bill Walker of Little Rock provides enhanced penalties for crimes committed because of the victim’s race, color, religion, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, or disability. Backers of the bill include Attorney General Pryor, Senate Pro-Tem. Beebe, and House Speaker Shane Broadway. This bill will provide special status for homosexuals as well as creating a situation where people are punished not only for their deeds, but also for their thoughts. It also violates to concept of equal justice by making crimes committed against certain categories of people more severely punished than others. Call your State Senator at (501) 682-2902 and voice your opinion on this bill.

24. University Of Wyoming General Bulletin: School Of Human Medicine
BROOMFIELD, BS University of arkansas 1986; MD Clinical Assistant Professor of FamilyPractice, Casper and graduate medical education programs; promotes high
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Family Practice Residency Programs Casper: Karen Wildman, Director, (307) 233-6020
Cheyenne: Scott Henderson, Director, (307) 777-7911 WWAMI Medical Education Program Laramie: Sylvia A. Moore, Director, (307) 766-2496 Web site: Professors:
, B.S. Abilene Christian University 1965; M.A. University of California, Berkeley, 1966; Ph.D. 1969; Dean, College of Health Sciences 1998.
SYLVIA JO MOORE B.S. University of Wyoming 1972; M.A. 1982; Ph.D. 1986; Professor Family Practice/Cheyenne 1994, 1986; Director, WWAMI Medical Education Program 1996. Associate Professors:
B.A. University of Missouri-Kansas City 1983; M.D. 1984; Associate Professor of Family Practice/Cheyenne 1999, 1993. Director 1999.
ROBERT E. HOUSTON B.S. University of Nebraska 1976; M.D. Creighton University School of Medicine 1980; Associate Professor of Family Practice/Casper 1999, 1993.

25. Outreach Programs - Group Services - Arkansas Museum Of Discovery
sponsored by Alcoa Foundation, The Ed Ligon family, and Trinity Foundation. SCIENCEALIVE MONTHLY CLASSROOM programs IN CENTRAL arkansas Students put their
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Group Services - Select Item - In-Museum Programs Interactive Rentals Learning Resources Outreach Programs OUTREACH PROGRAMS
Museum of Discovery Outreach Programs are generously sponsored by Alcoa Foundation, The Ed Ligon Family, and Trinity Foundation. SCIENCE ALIVE: MONTHLY CLASSROOM PROGRAMS IN CENTRAL ARKANSAS
Students put their observation skills to work as they determine the characteristics and adaptations of live animals. Monthly half hour visits give museum instructors the opportunity to reinforce and build on basic concepts. The Museum's live animal collection helps students understand predator/prey relationships, adaptations, habitat connections and importance of conservation of the natural world.
  • Schools must contract for a minimum of 5 months of programs. The fee is $45 per presentation per month Services are limited to central Arkansas
Your school can receive a 15% discount on Science Alive Programs by recruiting a parent of other volunteer to attend our Volunteer Training Workshop in September. This workshop equips them with the skills and knowledge to give museum presentations of your school. SPECIAL OUTREACH PROGRAMS
You can arrange for Museum staff to visit your school, library community center or festival for special presentations of life, earth and social science. Programs utilize the Museum's live animals and/'or specimens and artifacts from our teaching collections. Each program is limited to 35 people. Available topics are:

26. Calendar Of Events - Events - Arkansas Museum Of Discovery
Egg Council, arkansas Rice Council, arkansas Traveler Hobbies has been featured onmany television programs including The run as well as a family oriented fun
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Up Coming Special Events

This exhibit coincides with the 90th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. This is a cautionary story of technology as well as a human disaster. This mid-size exhibit uses artifacts, models, posters and other collectibles to examine the ship, the disaster and its role in popular culture. Historical artifacts will include newspapers, a radio room replica, blueprints and a recreation of the wreckage.
Atoms Family (Temporary Exhibit) Jan 18 – May 17
Visit the haunts of Dracula, Frankenstein, Wolf Man, Mummy and other gothic horror characters and explore the topics of matter and energy. Start in the Phantoms Portrait Parlor and learn about gas, liquids and solids, the size and structure of the atom and see cosmic rays in our cloud chamber. Experiment with light in Dracula’s Library and energy conversion in Wolf Man’s Ghostly Graveyard. In the Mummy’s Tomb, you can get your hands into energy transfer. The exhibit comes to us from the Miami Museum of Science.
Explore one collector's world of "transformer" robots collected over 17 years. Includes everything from cars to planes to animals.

27. Central Arkansas Library System
Mississippi Valley Educational programs http//www.mvep by an individual .generalhistorical facts arkansas family History Association http//
Arkansas Internet Links
If you have a site you would like reviewed to be listed here, please click here Should you find a non-working link, please contact our Computer Services Departent by clicking here African American Persistence of the Spirit
[A photographic exhibit about the African-American experience in Arkansas.] Associations and Societies Arkansas Historical Association
[Information about the Association.] Arkansas Family History Association

[State-wide association helping family history researchers.] Arkansas Genealogical Society

[State-wide genealogy society.] Books/Publishers Arkansas Summer Institute Resource Guide

28. Arkansas Interactive Genealogy
for Hot Springs, arkansas Forecast at Hot Springs arkansas weather by likely to bethe exact person in your family tree More Genealogy programs By Subscription
web hosting domain names email addresses related sites MAKE TRACKS TO
GENEALOGY BOOKS Arkansas Interactive Genealogy
Quick searches ~ Informative browsing
for Genealogy History Travel eCards
Interactive Genealogy
combines searches for genealogy, living people, local history, and travel by state and keyword , because our family's history was sometimes changed by what was happening around them and what was available where they lived. Interactive Genealogy Searches Arkansas database searches and more AR state links plus:
Locations Maps Military , Living People State resources Surnames
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Interactive Genealogy States AL AK AZ AR ... WY
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Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Locality Search the Web. Type it and go! AR Email lists Ancestry Message Board Family History Message Search GenForum * IGEN Forum List African American Forum Arkansas Family Searches Arkansas database searches for census, marriage, obituary records, and more through

29. Kentucky Association Of Marriage And Family Therapy | Training Programs
RWyoming) and Blanche Lincoln (D-arkansas), is mounting state-licensed marriage andfamily therapists and The Archives of general Psychiatry projects that the
for Marriage
and Family
Therapy P.O Box 21981
Lexington, KY
Division of Occupation and Professions
Finance and Administration Cabinet
700 Louisville Road
P.O. Box 456
Frankfort, KY 40602 Phone: (502) 564-3296 Fax: (502) 564-4818 Kentucky Licensure Board Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Marriage and Family Therapy Associate John P. Sohan, MA, Chairman Medical Arts Bldg. Suite 3358 1169 Eastern Parkway Louisville, KY 40217 Phone: (502) 458-8348 Marcia Lane, Ph.D. Vice Chairman Dept. of Social Services 115 Hammond Plaza Hopkinsville, KY 42240 Phone: (502) 889-6573 Fax: (502) 889-6578 Nancy L. Black, Director, Division of Occupation and Professions P. O. Box 1360

30. REL - After-School Programs
SEDLÕs National Center for family and Community Community Resources; ConnectingAfterschool programs to Student DulinArizona; Dee Cox-arkansas; Pamela Wall
Fall Afterschool Training Roundup
December 4-6, 2002
Wyndham Albuquerque Hotel - Albuquerque, NM The Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL), the Regional Associate for the National Center for Community Education, is offering a fall training opportunity for after-school teams in Arizona, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. Who Should Attend?
Topics for project directors include:
  • sustainability evaluation assessment/performance measures coordination of services best practices national standards full inclusion marketing and building support
Topics for program staff include:
  • child development characteristics innovative instructional strategies behavior management transportation nutrition best practices family service involvement in after-school communication (conflict resolution) separate rural and urban sessions for program staff with fresh ideas for programming and integration of after-school
Networking opportunities will include job-alike, topical roundtables, and state-by-state meetings. Registration:
On site registration opens at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 4. Sessions will begin at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, December 5 and conclude at 11:30 a.m. Friday, December 6.

31. Innovative Programs - Topic Level
Job Attainment/Creation (View all programs for this Division of County OperationsLittle Rock, arkansas; Nebraska; Philadelphia@Work, family Works Philadelphia

32. Client Programs
For over 50 years the arkansas Division of the National Day September 15, 2002 NewlyDiagnosed programs A series within the last year, and also family members.

33. National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Arkansas Division, All America
People with MS and family members who are registered with Most of our programs andservices are free contact the National MS Society – arkansas Division for
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Welcome to the Arkansas Division of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Our web site provides information about:
  • Information about multiple sclerosis Local programs and services Current research and treatments Current events and activities Fundraising and volunteer opportunities throughout our service area
Our Mission The mission of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society is to end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis. We achieve our mission through delivery of programs and services to people with MS and their families and caregivers, and through support of research into the cause and cure of MS. Our activities are made possible through private donations, grants, sponsorships and fundraising campaigns such as the MS Walk and the MS Bike Tour. People with MS and family members who are registered with our office receive our quarterly newsletter MS Connections, mailings about programs, events and volunteer opportunities.

34. Dillon International Adoption Programs
Texas, Missouri, Kansas, and arkansas prior to family's flexibility regarding thecharacteristics of the applicants adopting from its other country programs. Program.htm
Placing Internationally-Born Infants and Children with U.S. Families in All 50 States
and Overseas Since 1972.
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Adoption Financing
... Request a FREE info packet on international adoption! OFFICE HOURS:
Monday - Thursday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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(central standard time) LOCATIONS:
In Oklahoma
Dillon International 3227 East 31st Street, Suite 200 Tulsa, OK 74105 Voice: 918/749-4600 Fax: 918/749-7144 Email: In Missouri Dillon International 1 First Missouri Center, Suite 115 St. Louis, MO 63141 Voice: 314/576-4100 Fax: 314/453-9975 Email: DillonMissouri New Email Address! In Arkansas Voice: 501/791-9300 Fax: 501/791-9303 Email: DillonArkansas In Indiana Voice: 765/965-1195 Email: Dillon International offers child placements from the following countries: China Guatemala Haiti India Korea Ukraine Vietnam Click on the various country flags to select the program that would work best for you in building your family. Korea and Guatemala allow children to be escorted to the U.S. while the other countries require families to travel to the country to receive their child.

35. UARK HR Work, Family And Life Resources
are cited in the University of arkansas Staff Handbook aware of other existing Universityprograms that serve assist employees in balancing work/family/life, we
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Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
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Work, Family and Life Resources
Research Shows that traditional families (characterized by a sole wage earner and a stay-at-home parent) represented only 20 percent of the workforce in the 1990s (Hayghe, 1996). The University of Arkansas recognizes the challenge of balancing both work and personal life. With our mobile society and more women in the workforce than ever before, we have weakened our support system of extended family, friends, and neighbors. University of Arkansas Human Resources is dedicated to providing the most helpful, effective, progressive, courteous, and responsive service to the University's most important resource: its people. This page has been created as a resource of current University programs and benefits available to help our employees achieve balance between work, family and life. Additional details plus applicable state policy and University memoranda are cited in the University of Arkansas Staff Handbook, October, 2001. An on-line version of the Staff Handbook is posted at:

36. Bumpers College - Degree Programs/Human Environmental Sciences
to double major with other programs, such as Student Clubs * American Associationof family and Consumer Environmental Sciences University of arkansas HOEC 118

General Human Environmental Sciences

As a survey of all areas of human environmental sciences, this degree prepares students for a variety of careers through degree personalization.
* General Human Environmental Sciences
Examples of Course Work
* Child Development
* Nutrition
* Foods
* Catering
* Marriage and Family Studies * Parenting * Consumerism/Money Management * Apparel Production * Computer-Aided Apparel Design Employment Opportunities * Social Services Agencies * Property Management * County Extension Agent-Family and Consumer Sciences * Sales * Freelance Work * New Product Development * Preparation of Educational Materials * Representative for Home Products Industry Special Opportunities Internships - Gain vital career skills during on-the-job training as a pre-professional by taking advantage of the internship program and working for a company suited to your degree training and career goals. You can even receive college credit at the same time! Double Major - This program offers the flexibility to double major with other programs, such as journalism, or to meet the requirements to enter into the Master of Arts in Teaching program to become a secondary school teacher.

37. Univ. Of Arkansas, Fayetteville: NANNETTE WILLIAMS ELSASS
Additional family papers include a wedding book, a travel Judge and Attorney Generalof arkansas in the election and program cover and programs from Magazine
Scrapbooks, Travel Journals, Certificates and other documents,1903-1969.
Manuscript Collection MC 806
  • Information about the Delony-Purkins-Williams Family
  • Information about the Collection
  • Contents of Collection (1 box)
    • Series 1. Scrapbook and papers of Marie Antoinette Purkins, 1910-1962. Box 1.
    • Series 2. Scrapbook and papers of Sophia Purkins Williams, 1902-1969. Box 1.
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    The papers pertain to members of the Delony-Purkins-Williams family of Hope, Arkansas, especially the sisters Marie Antoinette Purkins (Sissy) and Sophia Delony Purkins. Marie Antoinette Purkins was the maternal aunt of Nannette Williams Elsass and Sophia Delony Purkins the mother of Nannette Williams Elsass. Also included are papers pertaining to Du Val L. Purkins and Nannie Purkins, brother and sister of Sophia Purkins and Marie Antoinette Purkins; Marie Antoinette Williams Tipton (Menette), sister of Nannette Williams Elsass; and Lucy Elise Delony, maternal first cousin of Sophia, Marie Antoinette, Du Val L., and Nannie Purkins. (See also the Nannette Elizabeth Williams Elsass Genealogical Papers.

38. Frequently Asked Questions: Arkansas Legal Services Programs
friend, the home of a family member or security and other governmental retirementprograms required by arkansas also provides limited exemptions on wages from
Frequently Asked Questions General Information:
  • I have been served with a Complaint and a Summons, what should I do?
  • Family Law:
  • My husband is physically abusing me. What can I do? ...
  • I have just received a notice that my SSI application has been denied, what should I do next?
  • General Information: I have been served with a Complaint and a Summons, what should I do? First, you should note the importance of the summons. The summons informs you that you have been sued, it gives you information about the court in which the lawsuit is filed, it tells you the name and address of the opposing party and it notifies you of the time limit in which you have to respond to the lawsuit before a default judgement can be granted. The normal period for responding to a lawsuit is twenty (20) days from the date on which you received the summons and the complaint. If however, you were served with a lawsuit which was filed in another state, you usually have thirty (30) days to respond to the lawsuit. You normally respond to a lawsuit by filing an answer. An answer is a written statement as to the truth of each of the allegations made in the complaint. Depending on the type of lawsuit and the amount of damages sought, you should strongly consider whether or not you should retain an attorney to assist you at this point. If you decide not to retain an attorney are unable to retain one, you may still proceed in the matter pro se, which means you would be proceeding without the assistance of an attorney. The pro se answer must include the court designation, the name of the parties, and case number in the same manner as noted on the complaint. The pro se answer must also include your address, telephone number and signature. Please note, for convenience, many municipal courts may have a prepared "fill in the blanks" answer form which can be requested.

    39. Arkansas Judiciary - Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission
    for information concerning ADR programs throughout arkansas and the for use in courtconnectedmediation programs such as small claims, family matters and
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    What does the Commission Do? The primary mission of the Commission is to encourage, promote, and develop voluntary alternative processes throughout the state to resolve disputes, cases and controversies of all kinds. The Commission works with many different individuals and organizations to increase knowledge and use of dispute resolution techniques and to provide assistance in designing dispute resolution programs. Some ways the Commission performs these services are: Training and Education - The Commission presents informational seminars and coordinates training programs on alternative dispute resolution processes. Additionally, the Commission, with a grant from the Arkansas Bar Foundation, has compiled a

    40. Arkansas Judiciary - Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission
    arkansas Access Visitation family Mediation Program. governmental and other agencieswith the development and implementation of ADR programs.
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    General Information Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Location: 625 Marshall Street
    Justice Building
    Little Rock, AR 72201-1020 Phone: Fax: Staff: Jennifer Jones Taylor
    Coordinator Angie Pearrow
    Assistant Coordinator Info: Click for Commission Members
    Page w ill Open in New Window Info: Click for 2003 Calendar
    Page will Open in New Window Mediator Information Description PDF Roster of Mediators Conduct Guidelines Minimum Standards for Basic Mediation Training Dispute Resolution Statutes
    Family Mediation Program Description PDF Program Overview Divorce Mediation Statute Powers and Duties of the Commission
    Promote Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Provide education to the courts, other government agencies and the general public

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