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61. LCCS - Contact Us
Stacy Tedrick, staff Accountant. Karen Estep, Director of Teacher education Program,2002 BA MA, Cincinnati Bible Seminary Ph.D., michigan State University.
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LCCS Faculty/Staff Listing
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Name Title Cliff Anderson Residence Hall Director Joye Anderson Supervisor of Environmental Services Dorothy Anderson LRC Probation Advisor Barbara Armstrong Campus Nurse Susie Baker Administrative Assistant Ellen Barmes Director of Publications and Mailing Services Steve Barmes Grounds Maintenance Coordinator Joyce Bechtel Secretary to the Estate Planning Attorney Chris Bova Assistant Director of Facility Management Amanda Bowman Fiscal Services Assistant Marie Castelein Media Center Assistant Linda Corkill Supervisor of Accounting Lindsay Tedrick Staff Accountant Kevin Crawford V.P. of Finance Nathan Davenport Coordinator of Mentored Ministry Mary K. Davis College Admissions Office Manager Jill Dicken Office Manager/ Admissions Counselor Connie Drake Library Assistant Patti Drake Linda Dye Administrative Assistant Ann Edwards Administrative Assistant Gary Edwards V.P. of Stewardship Development

62. Professional Writing At Purdue University
Professional Writing Faculty and staff. education (English) Purdue University SecondaryEnglish education. Literature/Theory) BA, Fairway michigan MA, Northern
"Discovering Digital Dimensions"
May 22-25, 2003 at Purdue
The Writing Instructor

English 420/421 Text

Online Writing Lab
Professional Writing Faculty and Staff
Agena, D. Kate PhD Candidate (3rd year) in English
(Rhetoric and Composition)
Secondary Area: Digitality, Professional Writing, Visual Rhetoric, Classical Rhetoric
BA, Waldorf College
MA, Purdue University Office: Heavilon 405
Phone: 6-1647 Email: URL: Courses: ENGL 396M-0101 TTH 10:30-11:45 ENGL 420-1602 TTH 4:30-5:45 Bay, Jennifer. Visiting Assistant Professor of English. PhD, University of Texas at Arlingtion, 2000. Areas: Multimedia Writing, Feminist Rhetorics, Postmodernism Courses: ENGL 306-0101 TTH 3:00-4:15 ENGL 420-0902 MWF 3:30-4:20 ENGL 420-1002 MWF 4:30-5:20 Office: Heavilon 404 Phone: 496-1650 Email:

63. Continuing Education
American Optometric Assoc. 104th AOA Congress Continuing education Boston, MA,06/27/01, 07/01/01, 129 Reg 15 PM. In Vision dev. michigan Optometric Assoc.

Who Are We?
FAQ's Board Members Laws ... Staff CONTINUING EDUCATION  Applicants for continuing education approval should complete the information on the Application for Approval of Continuing Education. This form is available in Adobe Acrobat format (.pdf) by clicking here Approved Continuing Education for: Approved Continuing Education for 2001-2002 CE Offered by: CE Title and Location Start Date End Date # CE's Postponed 9/14/01 181 Regular
90 PM College of Optometrists in Vision Development 2001 College of Optometrists in Vision Development St. Louis MO 59.5 Regular Ohio Optometric Association EastWest Eye Conference 156 Regular 14PM Approved Continuing Education for 2000-2001 CE Offered by: CE Title and Location Start Date End Date # CE's Alabama Opt. Assoc. Optometry Courses Alabama Optometric Assoc. Annual Convention Program Alabama Optometric Association Gulf Coast Summer Conference, Destin, FL 12 Reg Alcon Labs A New Prostaglandin Analogue for Treatment of Glaucoma Scottsdale AZ 2 Reg American Academy of Opt Scientific Program American Academy of Opt 2000 Ellerbrock Memorial CE Program American Optometric Assoc.

64. Limestone College: Students, Faculty & Staff
Brass Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Low brass lessons, Instrumental Music education classes. BM,Georgia State University; MM, University of michigan; DMA, Clarinet
Academic Information Athletic Information Block Program Campus Calendar ... Virtual Program
: Music Characteristics These are exciting times for us! The music department is growing by leaps and bounds and the job opportunities for our graduates in education, churches, and summer camps seem limitless. In addition, we receive a generous scholarship allotment for our students. Our BA in music, music education, or music/jazz studies is offered within the context of small class sizes, one-on-one instruction, and opportunities to perform, teach and conduct in schools and clinics. You'll find excellent facilities for our music majors at Limestone College. The Department of Music is located in the Carroll Fine Arts Building, a newly restored facility featuring a formal recital hall, music technology lab, numerous practice rooms, spacious classrooms and faculty studios. The music technology lab is equipped for applications in ear training, composition, theory, history and Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI). In addition, music ensembles perform in Fullerton Auditorium, an acoustically excellent hall seating 1,000 and containing a 1949 Aeolian Skinner Organ, Opus 1087. Our library houses over 6,000 individual music resource materials including audiovisual equipment, recording videos, music scores, texts, books and reference works. Students may participate in a variety of ensembles and student organizations, including:

Information from both faculty and Al dev, 14%. Information from coachingstaff, 1%. Bank Street College of education. Bard College. michigan State(2).
Biology Graduates
Number of graduates 1989-2001: 468
We have information concerning employment for 49%
Where did we get the information on employment? Information from faculty Information from Alumni Development Information from both faculty and Al. Dev. Information from coaching staff Information from Career Services
In what fields are they working? FIELD OF EMPLOYMENT NO. Arts/Crafts (musician, actor, artist) Business (accountant, sales, personnel, mgmt) Clergy/Ministry Computer (programming, systems analysis) Education (professor, el ed, day care) Engineering/Construction (architect, interior design ) Farming/Conservation Foreign Service (interpreter, diplomat, Peace Corp) Health Services Homemaking Law (lawyer, judge, police, politician) Mental Health (social worker, psychologist) Scientific Research/Application Writing/Journalism Unemployed Other No Update
Biology Graduates Attending Graduate School
We have information concerning graduate school for 47% of the Biology Graduates
Where did we get the information on graduate schools?
Information from faculty Information from Alumni Development Information from both faculty and Al Dev Information from coaching staff Information from Career Services
At least 53% of our graduates have gone to graduate school.

66. Agrability Project
Indirect assistance provided by AgrAbility staff includes States Department of AgricultureUSDACooperative State Research, education and Extension michigan.
AgrAbility Project
People With Disabilities Work In Agriculture
For most of the over three million Americans earning their livings in agriculture, the work is not just their livelihood, it is their way of life; a productive and satisfying way of life of which they are very proud.
The Problem
Agricultural production is hazardous. The USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service estimates that more than 200,000 farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural workers experience lost-work-time injuries and occupational illnesses every year, approximately five percent of which have serious and permanent results. Off-the-farm injuries; health conditions, such as heart disease, arthritis, or cancer; and aging disable tens of thousands more. The Breaking New Ground Resource Center estimates that more than 500,000 persons working in agriculture have physical disabilities that interfere with their ability to perform essential tasks on the farm or ranch. Additionally, thousands of children born into agricultural families have disabilities, such as cerebral palsy, mental retardation, and epilepsy. Physical and attitudinal barriers often prevent these children from participating fully in farm and ranch operations, and from engaging in social and recreational activities enjoyed by other rural youth. The majority of people with disabilities who work or live in agricultural settings want to continue to do so despite their disabilities. All too often, however, they are frustrated in their attempts. Rural isolation, limited personal resources, gaps in rural service delivery systems, and inadequate access to agriculture-oriented assistance are among the obstacles they face.

67. Staff Members
Dean Extended Learning / Executive Director Corporate Professional DevelopmentServices education BSBA – michigan Technological University MBA University

Corporate Dev.


Topic Areas

Contact Information

Deborah M. Thalner Name: Deborah M. Thalner

MBA University of Michigan Qualifications: Deb is an active member in the American Society of Training and Development. To contact CPD with questions/comments click here.

68. Star Watch - Office Of Research Development
David Wait, Bus. Tech. Ed. michigan DECA, Mich. Dept. of education, $65,500. $124,676.Gerald Lawver, IDT, School of Police staff and Command, Mich. Dept.
EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY Volume 5, Number 2, Winter 2000 Enhancing learning through research and service

Congratulations to the Following EMU Stars!
Awards Received September 1, 1999, through February 29, 2000: $6,439,036
A. Troy Adams, SAC EMU Romulus Middle School Collaborative: Telementoring Disadvantaged and At-Risk Students Michigan Campus Compact Romulus Community Schools Allen Kurta, Biology Use of the Anabat System to Identify Bats in the Manistee National Forest U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Bats and Tippy Dam Consumers Energy Co. Anne Bednar and Marina McCormack, Teacher Ed. Teacher Training Microsoft Software Grant Microsoft Corp. Anne Robinson, Alzheimer's Ed. Prog. Alzheimer's Education Program Mich. Dept. of Comm. Health Arthur Timko, WEMU Corporation for National Broadcasting: Community Service Grant Corp. for Public Broadcasting Bruce Warren, ISCFC Albion Public Schools Brighter Futures Project Albion Public Schools Ypsilanti Community Policing Strategies City of Ypsilanti Evaluation Services for Artful Living City of Ypsilanti Albion Public Safety School Liaison Evaluation City of Albion Charles Monsma, ICARD

(lay staff), 5,000, The program is called TEAMS (Theological education as MinistrySupport) It Northern michigan, x, Mutual Ministry, Hard to identify a specific
1999 OTHER PROGRAMS OR BUDGETS EMPLOYED IN DIOCESES FOR PREPARATION AND TRAINING OF LAY PEOPLE (RES. A134s) Survey Ques: Are there other programs or budgets employed in your diocese for the preparation and training of lay people? Yes No *N.R. = No response to question. DIOCESE YES NO N.R. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM BUDGET COMMENTS Alabama x Diaconate Formation Program Alaska x Due to size, isolation of churches, etc. Alaska is always training. We are very opportunistic about training. We also "piggy-back" on other judicatories work. Albany x In planning process Arizona x Arkansas x Atlanta x Bethlehem x EFM, Diocesan School, Various Conferences, Workshops, etc. California x Commission on Ministry Clergy in Training Program School for Deacons Plus funds raised from the school, plus funds from tuition Lay Eucharistic Ministry training Funds come from tuition Leadership Day (50+ workshops for lay and clergy leadership) plus funds from tuition "To Equip the Saints" twice-yearly adult education day Annual Theological Reflection day Education Depart. adult education events and curriculum development

70. LS&A Development - From The Dean
to have joined the large michigan community, and I This means that their educationmust enable them not Westudents, faculty, staff, alumni alikeundertake to
Letter From Shirley N. Neuman
I take the university to have two large responsibilities: the advancement of knowledge through research and teaching, and the education of the world's best minds to become the next generation of social, cultural, political, economic, and scientific leaders. I have spent my own academic life in large, public, research universities, and my experience as part of the richly varied post-World War II democratization of university education has convinced me of the imperative to educate and draw our leaders from across our population. Our students leave the academy for a world in which, whether working for business or government, in the cultural or the social sectors, as entrepreneurs or investors, they are called upon to do research of many different kinds. Often, they do that research in collaborative teams that frequently reconfigure themselves in relation to the problem at hand. This means that their education must enable them not only to answer questions, and to critique others' answers, but also to be able to determine which are the meaningful questions, what the best ways are of getting at answers to them, and how to integrate the knowledge from different disciplines that can be brought to bear on them. Westudents, faculty, staff, alumni alikeundertake to ask and answer such questions in a world in which we live and interact with one another both locally and globally in a context of rapid demographic shifts. Given the histories of large and small conflict that have characterized so many parts of the world, and given the often competing interests of different groups in the present, an informed critical judgment and informed respect for cultural, social, and political perspectives other than one's own often prove as critically necessary as any other education. In the international community, scientific knowledge and discovery sometimes operate as one kind of lingua franca. But it, too, more often than not, demands culture-specific knowledge of the international context if it is to be effectively deployed and understood.

71. Key State Education Policies On K - 12 Education 2000
of elementary and secondary education in the states, the the Department of Defense education Activity (DoDEA), and five of sources. State education staff reported on policies

72. Office Of Continuing Medical Education -UMMS
You are registering for April 10 11 Challenges in Obstetrics and Gynecology;Towsley; Ann Arbor; michigan; 14 category 1 AMA credits Physicians

73. Table 4.7. States That Prov Ide Funding For Or Offer Staff Dev E
118 SHPPS 2000 Table 4.7. States That Provide Funding for or Offer staff Development on Mental Health and Social Services Topics for Mental Health or Social Services staff, by Topic 1 Yes No ? Incomplete Data AfterSc h ool Program s Alcohol

74. Training For Calhoun ISD
Health/SAPE, staff Development. Teaching Informational Text Reading CANCELLED MichiganLiteracy Progress Special education New Special education staff Training.
Departments Employment Training Board ... Home Page Health/SAPE Staff Development Michigan Model for Comprehensive School Health/Safe and Drug Free School Trainings Parent/Family Workshops Quality School
Classroom Management Follow-Up Training

Classroom Management Training
CANCELLED English Language Arts
Developing Writing and Thinking Skills
Teaching Informational Text Reading
Michigan Literacy Progress Profile (MLPP)
Career Development
Teacher Internship
Special Education
New Special Education Staff Training
School Improvement
Elementary Principals Network

Middle School Principals Network

High School Principals Network
Continuous School Improvement Workshop ... Cont School Improvement Peer Review Palm Handheld Training Know Your Palm..Like the Back of Your Hand! Know Your Palm Handheld Computer Better Substitute Tchr Training Substitute Teacher Training Social Studies The Coherent Curriculum Technology Integration Leading Technology in Tomorrow's Schools Science Watershed Short Course Groundwater Tchrs' Training Camp Calhoun Conservation District Earth Day Festival City of BC Children's Water Festival CANCELLED CANCELLED Machines Make Work Easier - M.S. (Evening)

75. Pioneer Tools For Teachers
MACUL '99, Technology, Detroit, MI, michigan Assoc Chicago (Elk Grove), IL, StaffDevelopment Resources 24, 1999, 1999 Technology in education International Conference
Take the opportunity to meet Perry Reeves and the Pioneer Mentors at these informative conferences. Check this page often for updated information.
Dates Event Subject Area City State Sponsoring
Organization Presenter
January 21-22, 1999 ICE Technology Indianapolis IN Indiana Computer Educators (ICE) Perry Reeves February 2-3, 1999 MECA Technology Jackson MS Mississippi Education Computer Association Perry Reeves February 14-17, 1999 TECA Technology Austin TX Texas Computer Education Association Perry Reeves February 17-18, 1999 Montana Conference Workshops Technology Bozeman MT Jim Samson February 18-19, 1999 Southeast Regional Social Studies Conf. Social Studies Greensboro NC Southeast Regional Council for Social Studies February 25-28, 1999 Southeast Regional Social Studies Conf. Technology St. Charles IL North Cook Intermediate Service Center Perry Reeves March 3-5, 1999 NCAECT Technology Triangle Park NC No. Carolina Assoc. of Educational Technologies

76. Center For Professional Development & Quality Improvement - MTU Human Resources
Our staff and faculty as well as local businesses, agencies Mary Luttinen, ContinuingEducation and Sponsored Programs, Northern michigan University.
Rebecca Christianson
Assistant Director
Center for Professional Development and Quality Improvement
The Center for Professional Development and Quality Improvement (CPDQI) at Michigan Technological University has been established to advance individual and organizational performance excellence by providing opportunities for learning, quality improvement, and knowledge exchange in support of the university mission . The CPDQI (formerly known as Quality Service Education) has sponsored over 140 workshops over the past nine years. The Center periodically offers workshops to both on- and off-campus participants on topics such delegation, customer service, time management, effective interviewing, and project management to name a few. The Center also provides consultation and facilitation on strategic planning, process improvement, and effective group techniques. The Center for Professional Development and Quality Improvement is located in Room 101 of the Administration Building. In our office you will find a multitude of resources at your disposal. You can check out any of the hundreds of books on topics such as change, leadership, customer service, teams and teambuilding, conflict, strategic planning, and the list goes on. The Center also has a number of video and audio resources at your disposal. Call or stop by to see how the Center may be able to assist you with your professional development needs. Call 487-2416 or email at

ACADEMIC staff. Dean. Hodelin, Geraldene. Communication MAT Oakland UniversityMichigan. BA - UWI. Kelly, Pamela. MA, (pending) BA., - Diploma in education UWI.
ACADEMIC STAFF Dean Hodelin, Geraldene Ph.D., - Uni. of Minnesota Johnson, Haldane MA., - Uni. of North Iowa B.Ed. Hons., - UTech Teacher's Diploma, Hons. (On Study leave) Samuels , Lilly MA., BA., - U .W.I. Teacher's Certificate (On Study leave) TECHNOLOGY Senior Lecturer - Programme Director, Industrial Technology Thompson, Clive M.Sc., - Oklahama State University., B.Ed., - Uni. of Alberta Teacher's Diploma - UTech Lecturer Antoine, Abdul M.Sc
B.Ed., Teacher's Diploma - UTech Lecturer
Clarke, Errol M.Sc
B.Ed., - Uni. of Alberta Teachers' Diploma Lecturer Copeland, David B.Eng., - UTech Technical Teacher's Diploma, Diploma Electrical Engineering Lecturer Hird, Leroy M.Sc
B.Ed., - UTech Diploma in Education Lecturer Lewis, Everton Lecturer Wesley, Wayne EDUCATION Head Education Division Pencle, Carmen MA. Ed., - U.W.I., B.Ed., U.W.I. Dip. Human Resource Dev. Teacher's Certificate Lecturer Barrett Sharmaine
M.A. - Mount St. Vincent University, Canada
B.Ed Lecturer Bobb-Semple, Terrence MA., - U.W.I., M.Sc., - Indiana State Uni. BA., - University of Guyana

78. Business Units
We provide ongoing staff development as to general, special and community educationprograms serving michigan Literacy Progress Profile (MLPP); Professional
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Oakland Schools Business Units Career Focused Education Medicaid New Media Early Childhood ... Technology Services Career Focused Education The vision of Oakland County's Career Focused Education systerm is to have our youth be the highest achieving students in the world. That is why Oakland Schools and the Oakland County Superintendents Assocication have partnered to a learning system that guides students in:
  • Making informed career preparation decisions
    Developing academic, technical and workplace knowledge
    Skills and preparing them to compete effectively in the job market
Career preparation starts at the elementary level and continues through post-high school education, including:
  • Self-awareness
    Career exploration, assessment, decision-making and planning

79. Ag Econ-O-Gram
POS ID 1342 Associate Program Leader, Health education located at MichiganState University, E. Lansing, MI. Available to MSUE staff ONLY.

80. BRIDGE PROGRAM For Underprepared Students
State University RSW, State of michigan Marcie has and programs training communityeducation kids, teens teachers faculty staff resources Delta
home r egister online contact ... site map
Fast Links Blackboard Delta College Catalog Job Vacancies LLIC (Library) MyDelta Register Online Search for Classes WebMail Meet the Staff Home
Prospective Students

Current Students

Dev. (Bridge) Courses

Tim Allen, Director B.S., M.S. Central Michigan University Tim has been with Delta since 1991. He is also an Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science. Tim has been the Director of the Bridge Program since 2001.
Marcie Carter, Student Development Specialist BSW, Saginaw Valley State University RSW, State of Michigan Marcie has been with Delta and the Bridge/PEP program since 2001.
Mary Eisch, Support Staff Mary has been with Delta and the Bridge Program since 1999.
Director: Tim Allen, Office: D102 Phone: 989-686-9461
Student Development Specialist: Marcie Carter, Office: D102 Phone: 989-686-9163 Email: prospective students current/former student degrees and programs ...

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