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41. Job Postings - MTU Human Resources
3 (Center for International education) Reference Secretary 4 (Biological Sciences)staff Assistant N6 of Student Affairs) michigan Technological University
If you are interested in one of the positions listed below, and meet the qualifications, please send a resume and cover letter to: Human Resources, 1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, Michigan 49931-1295. For an on-line application please click here.
Please note: "Internal" postings are ONLY open to people already employed at Michigan Tech. "External" postings are open to people NOT already employed at Michigan Tech.
Postings for Friday, April 4, 2003
Assistant Women's Basketball Coach
(Athletic Department)
Staff Assistant/Technical Writer (Pay Grade 120)

On-Going Job Postings
Coordinator of Greek Life (Pay Grade 110)
(Office of Student Affairs) REPOSTED
Director of Student Judicial Affairs (Pay Grade 120)
(Student Affairs) REPOSTED
Executive Chef (Pay Grade 120)
(Memorial Union) REPOSTED
Head Hockey Coach
(Athletic Department)
Michigan Technological University is an equal opportunity educational institution/equal opportunity employer.
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.
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42. Michigan SBCEU Listing System - Courses By Category
Central staff Leadership Skills, Waterford School District. Trends in Physical education,South Haven Schools. for the Aging America, Central michigan University.
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While holding down the "Ctrl" key, select the categories you want to view and then click on the Go button All Categories Agricultural Education Art Education Business Education Computer Science/Technology Early Childhood Foreign Language General Studies Gifted/Talented Health/Recreation/Physical Education Home Economics Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies Special Education Supervising Teacher/Sch Psychologists/Counselors Vocational Education Elementary Level (Grades PreK-5) Middle School Level (Grades 6-8) Secondary School Level (Grades 9-12) Curriculum Development (Non-Content) Leadership Skills (Non-Content) Management/Supervision Skills (Non-Content) Multicultural Skills (Non-Content) Parent and/or Community Relations (Non-Content) School Administration (Non-Content) School Improvement (Non-Content) Miscellaneous (Non-Content Area) Agricultural Education Ad Council Relationship Skills Waterford School District Central Staff Leadership Skills Waterford School District Effective Teacher Evaluation is Essential part 2 Changed MI Assoc of Secondary School Principals K-8 Principals Waterford School District Wayne Co. RESA

43. University Of Michigan Law School Faculty & Staff
summa cum laude, from Hebrew University, and then continued his education at Harvard beena visiting professor of law at the University of michigan Law School

44. Hope College Health Clinic: KnowHealth
education Cindy started her education at michigan State University but This isvaluable knowledge as the staff at the Health Clinic sees more students

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Cindy Sabo, BSN, Registered Nurse Education: Cindy started her education at Michigan State University but later transferred to Grand Valley State University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Cindy has a special interest in alternative medical therapies and has also pursued studies in herbal medications. This is valuable knowledge as the staff at the Health Clinic sees more students employing herbal medications but not always with a complete understanding of their benefits or side effects. Cindy is able to lend helpful advice in this area. Experience: Cindy's spent much of her nursing career working in the Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic of Kent County Health Department. This has given her a special understanding of the risks of STDs. She has also worked as a staff nurse at Spectrum Hospital. Cindy enjoys her current role as a college health nurse, and loves interacting with students. She is the mother of 3 school age daughters. Health Clinic
168 East 13th Street
Holland, MI 49423

45. Hope College Phelps Scholars Program: Advisory Board
Board who teaches in the Department of education. Outstanding ProfessorEducator(1977), michigan Professor of joined the Admissions Department staff at Hope

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Advisory Board
The Phelps Scholars Program is sponsored by the Office of the Provost at Hope College. It is overseen by an Advisory Board consisting of representatives of the faculty, the Student Development Office, and the Admissions Office. Alfredo Gonzales is the college's assistant provost. Alfredo was born in Texas but spent much of his childhood in Mexico. He came to Hope originally as a student, returning a few years after graduation to direct the Upward Bound program. He also served for a few years as Director of Multicultural Life before moving over to the provost's office. In addition to his bachelor's degree from Hope, Assistant Provost Gonzales has a graduate degree in social work from the University of Michigan. He lives in Holland with his wife and two daughters. Richard Frost is Hope's Vice-President for Student Life and Dean of Students. He has been the dean since coming to Hope in 1988. Dean Frost graduated from Luther College in Iowa and received his Ph.D. from Michigan State. He spent several years in California, both at UC - Davis (where he was the Resident Director in a hall with a multicultural focus) and at UC - Santa Barbara. Glinda Rawls in the college's Interim Director of Multicultural Life. Rawls literally moved into Hope in 1999, not only working with students but living with them while serving as the Resident Director of Scott Hall for two years. She graduated from DePaul University and received her Master's Degree from Grand Valley State University. Rawls currently advises the Hispanic Student Organization, the Black Student Union and Hope's Asian Perspective Association. "It's important that non-majority students feel like they have a place at this institution and that their presence here is significant."

46. Pay Band 4 At Central Michigan University

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47. Employer Services
distribute the information internally or staff from michigan BeeFreeway BeeFreewayis an eeducation created to meet the demand of michigan small businesses
Employers can use rooms at the Service Center to accept applications and conduct interviews. Service Center staff will publicize the job fair through signage within the Service Center and through personal contact with customers using the center. Michigan Works! staff can even schedule interviews if the employer chooses that service. In Holland call 616-396-2154 or in Grand Haven call 616-296-0776. Labor Market Information
Information regarding prevailing wages, labor laws, and high wage, high growth occupations as well as unemployment and economic data are available at or through Michigan Works! by contacting the Service Center at 1-800-285-WORK. Job Posting Assistance
Michigan Works! offers a variety of services for employers. The primary point of contact is through, the Employment Service Specialist designated to assist employers. The Employer Specialist assists employers with the use of the Michigan Talent Bank , a free, state sponsored, Internet job-posting service available to employers and job seekers. The Employer Specialist facilitates the posting of job openings and provides techniques on searching the

48. Job Seekers
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  • To post your resume or search for jobs - America's Job Bank Michigan Occupational Information System Michigan Career Education Consumer Report Michigan Educational Development Plan Michigan Internship center
  • 49. Untitled
    original participating districts in michigan incorporated many staff development foreffective secondary schools A Teaching and Teacher education, 3, 233 248
    Multicultural Literacy Program
    Using multicultural literature to increase reading engagement and comprehension for upper elementary students in Michigan Dimensions: Content Integration, Equity Pedagogy Title and Location: Multicultural Literacy Program
    Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
    Contact Information: Dr. Peggy Moore-Hart
    Department of Teacher Education
    Eastern Michigan University
    Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
    Vist the Multicultural Literacy Program Web Page

    Abstract The Multicultural Literacy Program (MLP), a three year project funded by FIRST (Fund for the Improvement and Reform of Schools and Teachers) of the U. S. Department of Education, was designed to address the needs of the changing racial and cultural demographics of school districts. The program used a wholistic approach to reading/writing instruction, integrating multicultural literature into the existing reading program to increase reading achievement and engagement. Site-based staff development and parent involvement were important elements of the program. The results of a two year study in two districts, one culturally diverse and the other predominately Anglo, showed that attitudes toward reading, writing, and other cultures were significantly more positive for students using the Multicultural Literature Program than the basal program. In addition, students in the culturally diverse district improved their reading comprehension, vocabulary development, and total reading performance significantly more than comparison students using the basal reading program.

    50. MV Faculty
    Administration Clark Wetzel President Bluffton College, BS michigan State University,MS. Joe Skaff. Teaching staff. Farasopoulos, Chris. Physical education.
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    Clark Wetzel
    Bluffton College, BS
    Michigan State University, MS Joe Skaff High School Principal Andy Robinson
    Middle School Administrator/Principal
    Western Baptist Bible College, BA
    Pensacola Christian College, MS Peggy Burger
    Assistant High School Principal Assistant Middle School Principal Gannon University, BA; M.ED John Barton Day Student Guidance Director LIFE Bible College, BA International Seminary Th.M UCLA, Certificate in College Admissions Counseling Gayle Dosher Resident Student Guidance Director Psychology Teacher Goshen College, BA; Azuza Pacific University, MA

    51. Virginia's Community Of Learning
    6/cu12.html Keywords staff development, research Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, michigan,Minnesota, Ohio US Department of education Professional Development Team

    52. Gradadmissions Staff - Tory Priputin
    Tory Priputin Grad School staff. his bachelor's degree in Zoology at michigan StateUniversity Walden University Online education US and Canadian residents
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    Grad School Staff Tory Priputin is finishing his bachelor's degree in Zoology at Michigan State University, and plans to continue on to graduate school to pursue a Ph.D. in molecular genetics. Writing has always been one of his hobbies, and is very happy to now have an audience other than himself. Tory has just about experienced it all as an undergrad: adjusting from his small hometown in Maine to the bustling MSU campus, struggling to find direction during his time there, and searching for the drive to continue his academic pursuit in grad school. He is more than willing to field any comments or questions at

    53. Welcome To The Mason-Lake Oceana Mathematics & Science Center Webpage
    staff Directory. educational Links. NCSSSMST michigan Math/Science Center Networkmichigan Department of education michigan Curriculum Framework
    MLISD Home Page MLOMSC Home Page Mason-Lake Oceana
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    3000 N. Stiles Rd.
    Scottville, MI 49454
    Local Schools Mason-Lake ISD
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    Index of Colleges and Universities
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    Michigan Department of Education Michigan Curriculum Framework ... Hands-On-Science Biology Links Biology @ Cambridge The Virtual Cell Cells Alive MIT Biology Hypertextbook ... ENature Chemistry Links American Chemical Society Yahoo Chemistry Education ALICE (Advanced Learning in Chemistry Education The Center for Chemistry Education Physics Links Physics as a Way of Thinking Physics @ MIT Physics @ MTU Explore Science (Shockwave) ... Glennbrook South Physics Page Math Links American Mathematical Society National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics Ask Dr. Math ... Math Resources on the Web Technology Links Gateway 2000 Mircosoft Texas Instruments PASCO ... Vernier

    54. Faculty Positions At Central Michigan University
    outcome assessment, program review; faculty dev.; resolution of cert., license oreligible in michigan as PA 3 references to Teacher education Search Committee



    Faculty Positions
    Staff Positions

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    Academic Excellence

    Mount Pleasant
    ... Faculty and Staff Prospective Employees Faculty Positions Persons interested in more information on the below faculty postion(s), should contact the department listing the job. Applicants can do this by calling CMU's switchboard at (989) 774-4000 and asking that their call be routed to the appropriate department.

    Athletics, Women's Volleyball Assistant Coach
    Athletics, Women’s Volleyball Assistant Coach (begins May 15). Assists with organization, administration of women’s volleyball program, including practice/game coaching, recruiting, team travel plans, camps, juniors program development, public relations. Bachelor’s required. Master’s; collegiate coaching/recruiting exper., understanding of NCAA rules/regulations desired. Send application letter, résumé, 3 references to Elaine Piha, Rose Center 111, by April 22.
    CEL, Faculty Positions

    55. The National Energy Modeling System -- Executive Summary
    own initiative, to identify issues of medical care, research, and education. H. ROSS,Professor, Department of Physics, University of michigan, Ann Arbor. staff.
    Front Matter Contents Exec Summary Full Report ... Back to Book Information
    The National Energy Modeling System
    Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems ( CETS
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    NOTICE: The project that is the subject of this report was approved by the Governing Board of the National Research Council, whose members are drawn from the councils of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Institute of Medicine. The members of the committee responsible for the report were chosen for their competencies and with regard for appropriate balance. This report has been reviewed by a group other than the authors according to procedures approved by a Report Review Committee consisting of members of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Institute of Medicine. The National Academy of Sciences is a private, nonprofit, self-perpetuating society of distinguished scholars engaged in scientific and engineering research, dedicated to the furtherance of science and technology and to their use for the general welfare. Upon the authority of the charter granted to it by the Congress in 1863, the Academy has a mandate that requires it to advise the federal government on scientific and technical matters. Dr. Frank Press is president of the National Academy of Sciences. The National Academy of Engineering was established in 1964, under the charter of the National Academy of Sciences, as a parallel organization of outstanding engineers. It is autonomous in its administration and in the selection of its members, sharing with the National Academy of Sciences responsibility for advising the federal government. The National Academy of Engineering also sponsors engineering programs aimed at meeting national needs, encourages education and research, and recognizes the superior achievements of engineers. Dr. Robert M. White is president of the National Academy of Engineering.

    56. Annual Report
    as successful as possible, our staff had participated is by examining MEAP (MEAP=michigan educational Assessment resulting from their education at Pinconning
    ACCREDITATION Accreditation is a process whereby staff, district personnel and the Board of education undergo a set of preconditions or standards identified by an external source such as the North Central Association or the Michigan Accreditation Program. Pinconning Central Elementary continues to maintain the high standards set forth by the North Central Association requirement for accreditation and therefore retains their accreditation.
    During the 1999-2000 school year, 428 students in preschool through grades six attended Pinconning Central Elementary. These students were served by 1 building principal, 17 professional teaching staff members, 2 special education teachers, 1 title teacher, 1 reading recovery teacher, 1 School Social Worker, 1 Speech Therapist, and 3 part time teachers for physical education, music and foreign language. In addition, the following professional support staff provided services from the Bay-Arenac Intermediate School District and Pinconning Area School District: Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist, Learning Disabled Teacher Consultant, Visually Impaired Teacher Consultant, Autistically Impaired Teacher Consultant and a Mobility Specialist. Other support staff includes custodians, secretaries, paraprofessionals, library media aide, migrant aide, special education aide, playground and mealtime personnel, P.A.L. (People Assisting Learning) Coordinator and the Parent Teacher Committee.

    57. University Of Michigan Dearborn - School Of Management
    Dev. Faculty/staff Directory Research Promotion Tenure Executive...... Undergraduate Class schedule S'03 Executive education Internship Partners Course
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    Annual Report Young Alumni Survey ... Point, click, MBA General Virtual Tour Mission/Goals AACSB Accred. Course Description ... Bylaws Faculty/Staff Directory Research Executive-in-Residence Computing Environment Computing Services Web Resources Web-based Courses Graduate (WebMBA) Healthcare Management Web Calendars Academic Calendar (sm) Academic Calendar (lg) International IFORS 2002 Business Seminar La Nueva España Requests Undergraduate Graduate Executive Education Gift Form ... Contact us Groups Alumni Relations American Mkt. Association Beta Gamma Sigma Finance Club ... Beta Alpha Psi Other Directions Map to UMD Business Guide Advanced Search ... Romagnoli

    58. Meet The Staff At CSU
    and feedback for the training and development of our staff. A graduate of the Universityof michigan, Charlie began his career in education in the
    What We Do

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    Meet the Staff At CSU
    The staff at CSU comes from a variety of backgrounds. Click on one of the names below to find out more about that person. Adrian Haugabrook
    Becca Moskowitz

    Charlie Schlegel

    Kate Carpenter
    Tulaine Montgomery

    Adrian Haugabrook
    Director of Citizen Schools University top of page Becca Moskowitz Curriculum Coordinator Becca Moskowitz is the Curriculum Coordinator for Citizen Schools University. In that position she creates, researches, evaluates, revises, and documents curricula for use by educators at Citizen Schools and other organizations. She also works with the Chief Training Officer to design and deliver training in high-quality instruction and program design. A graduate of Minnesota’s Carleton College, Becca has been with Citizen Schools since 1997. For over four years she worked with young people at a Boston campus; first as a Teaching Associate, then a Teaching Fellow, and more recently a Co-Director. She has taught five Apprenticeships, covering such diverse topics as historical drama and public policy making. She also currently serves as a Regional Specialist for the Center for Civic Education’s middle school program Project Citizen. top of page Charlie Schlegel Director of Research and Evaluation Charlie Schlegel, the Director of Research and Evaluation, manages the organization’s overall efforts to measure the program’s impact on both youth and adult participants for continuous improvement purposes as well as our efforts to demonstrate the value of out-of-school time in effecting students’ in-school performance. Citizen Schools measures of impact and evaluation include tools used internally to both assess students’ academic and social development and provide guidance and feedback for the training and development of our staff. Charlie is also responsible for managing Citizen Schools work with an external evaluator, assessing the long-term impact of Citizen Schools program on the school performance and overall trajectory of its young participants.

    59. Calendar Of Events (Arts Education IDEAS)
    Region 8 Indiana staff Development, Indiana. Partnership for Lithuanian educationVilnius, Lithuania Margaret CampbelleHolman Dearborn, michigan, Arts education
    Sue Snyder's Calendar
    This calendar is a work in progress, with events frequently changing. This winter and spring there are several broad themes to Sue's work:
    • Total Literacy is being implemented in Lawrence Township (K and discipline-based teachers this year) and Hartford, Connecticut (McDonough School pilot with struggling 2nd and 3rd grade readers), and in the Lighthouse after school program in Bridgeport. Bradley Elementary School in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, is moving toward arts-based curriculum as well. Sue is program chair and on the executive board of The Music and Arts Center for Humanity (MACH) and invites local arts educators and interested community members to support MACH and consider board membership. Other projects involve The Grammy Foundation Leonard Bernstein Center for Learning , and Macmillan/McGraw-Hill School Division . There are several conferences and colloquia during the year.
    Date Location and Event Contact April 23, 2003 MACH Executive Committee8:15 AMDorothy Freedman's Alan Fox April 25, 2003

    60. Info About The Branch/Barry/Calhoun WFD
    labor exchange, labor market information, staffassisted labor information on areatraining and education assistance, rapid available at each of michigan Works

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    The Barry/Branch/Calhoun Workforce Development Team was established at the CISD in July of 1995 for the purpose of administering workforce development programs in Barry, Branch and Calhoun counties. Funding sources include the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), Work First and Welfare-to-Work (both welfare reform initiatives), and Employment Service programs; with these funds flowing to the local area from the Michigan Dept. of Career Development. A thirty-five person Workforce Development Board is responsible for program development, policy guidance and oversight of the Workforce Development programs. The Board is comprised primarily of private sector business owners, with the chair and vice-chair elected from the private sector representatives. Other representatives include education, rehabilitation, education, organized labor, economic development, public assistance and community based organizations. An "Education Advisory Group (EAG)" committee was established to provide guidance to the Workforce Development Board in the development of Career Preparation plans and other educational programs. The Workforce Development budget for the current year will total over six million dollars, enabling the board to provide education and training opportunities to approximately 550 individuals, public employment services to over 15,000 and to provide job club/job search to approximately 4,000 public assistance recipients. All of the workforce development programs are operated under sub-contracts with agencies outside of CISD. The Michigan Works! Team is strictly administrative in function.

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