International Educational Exchange: The exchange of students or professional personnel between countries done under the auspices of an organization for the purpose of further education.International Cooperation: The interaction of persons or groups of persons representing various nations in the pursuit of a common goal or interest.Computer Security: Protective measures against unauthorized access to or interference with computer operating systems, telecommunications, or data structures, especially the modification, deletion, destruction, or release of data in computers. It includes methods of forestalling interference by computer viruses or so-called computer hackers aiming to compromise stored data.Chief Executive Officers, Hospital: Individuals who have the formal authority to manage a hospital, including its programs and services, in accordance with the goals and objectives established by a governing body (GOVERNING BOARD).Advertising as Topic: The act or practice of calling public attention to a product, service, need, etc., especially by paid announcements in newspapers, magazines, on radio, or on television. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)Confidentiality: The privacy of information and its protection against unauthorized disclosure.Public Health Administration: Management of public health organizations or agencies.Privacy: The state of being free from intrusion or disturbance in one's private life or affairs. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, 1993)Coitus Interruptus: A contraceptive method whereby coitus is purposely interrupted in order to prevent EJACULATION of SEMEN into the VAGINA.Uganda: A republic in eastern Africa, south of SUDAN and west of KENYA. 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It is marked by the presence of markedly abnormal or impaired development in social interaction and communication and a markedly restricted repertoire of activity and interest. Manifestations of the disorder vary greatly depending on the developmental level and chronological age of the individual. (DSM-V)Periodicals as Topic: A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.Access to Information: Individual's rights to obtain and use information collected or generated by others.Bibliometrics: The use of statistical methods in the analysis of a body of literature to reveal the historical development of subject fields and patterns of authorship, publication, and use. Formerly called statistical bibliography. (from The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)Publishing: "The business or profession of the commercial production and issuance of literature" (Webster's 3d). It includes the publisher, publication processes, editing and editors. 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Existentialism also stresses the freedom and responsibility of the individual as well as the uniqueness of religious and ethical experiences and the analysis of subjective phenomena such as anxiety, guilt, and suffering. (APA, Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed.)Students, Medical: Individuals enrolled in a school of medicine or a formal educational program in medicine.Disasters: Calamities producing great damage, loss of life, and distress. They include results of natural phenomena and man-made phenomena. Normal conditions of existence are disrupted and the level of impact exceeds the capacity of the hazard-affected community.Monitoring, Ambulatory: The use of electronic equipment to observe or record physiologic processes while the patient undergoes normal daily activities.Holistic Health: Health as viewed from the perspective that humans and other organisms function as complete, integrated units rather than as aggregates of separate parts.Food Technology: The application of knowledge to the food industry.Sweetening Agents: Substances that sweeten food, beverages, medications, etc., such as sugar, saccharine or other low-calorie synthetic products. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)Egypt: A country in northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Libya and the Gaza Strip, and the Red Sea north of Sudan, and includes the Asian Sinai Peninsula Its capital is Cairo.Aspartame: Flavoring agent sweeter than sugar, metabolized as PHENYLALANINE and ASPARTIC ACID.Saccharin: Flavoring agent and non-nutritive sweetener.Taste: The ability to detect chemicals through gustatory receptors in the mouth, including those on the TONGUE; the PALATE; the PHARYNX; and the EPIGLOTTIS.Awards and Prizes

*Marlene Johnson

She was a particularly outspoken advocate of international educational exchange at the secondary and post-secondary level. She ... She is a former Board member of the Alliance for International Educational and Cultural Exchange, AFS-USA, AFS Intercultural ... Johnson lives in Washington, D.C., and serves as the Executive Director of NAFSA: Association of International Educators, the ... NAFSA's nearly 10,000 members enable international education opportunities for thousands of students each year. Johnson also ...

*Association for Research into Crimes against Art

... publications and public outreach at the national and international level to foster an exchange of knowledge in the field. As ... ARCA advances this mission through educational programming, research, ... is to identify emerging and under-examined trends related to the study of art crime and to develop strategies to advocate for ...

*Kappa Alpha Psi

Guide Right is a program for the educational and occupational guidance of youth, primarily inspirational and informational in ... The NIC serves to advocate the needs of its member fraternities through enrichment of the fraternity experience, advancement ... national and international level. The Kappa Alpha Psi Journal is the official magazine of the fraternity since 1914. The ... and other mediums for the exchange of information, and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various ...

*Nathan Pitts

Returning to DC in 1975, he became Chief of the International Exchange Branch, a title he held until he retired in 1980. In ... to honor his active role in advocating for and securing inner-city educational improvements. Anon. (1998, June 7). Sociologist ... Pitts retired from the Department of Education in 1980 as Chief of the Division of International Education. He was the first ... While at Cardinal Gibbons, Pitts and McKenna were active in advocating for social change via local credit unions and ...

*Arbeitskreis gemeinnütziger Jugendaustauschorganisationen

It decisively advocates quality control in international student exchange and generates, together with its members, common ... AJA calls attention to the educational effects of one year high school student exchanges and actively assists its promotion. ... Quality in international youth exchange to AJA and its members means: to promote exchange worldwide by means of both sending ... Based on the support of volunteers, all AJA members conduct worldwide, long-term, educational high school student exchange ...

*Kenneth Komoski

This report discussed a long-term federally funded study on the development of an exchange to evaluate educational products. ... Paul Kenneth Komoski, better known as Kenneth Komoski, is an educational advocate, nonprofit executive, and former teacher. ... His work in educational technology led the International Society for Performance Improvement to award him their Honorary ... The findings led Komoski to co-found the Educational Products Information Exchange Institute (EPIE Institute) and serve as its ...

*Julia Chang Bloch

Soon after she founded the US-China Education Trust, an educational non-profit which sponsors education and exchange programs ... At this time, Bloch became an advocate for expanding academic collaborations between Chinese and American universities, and in ... first serving for a year as a visiting professor at the Institute for International Relations of the American Studies Center at ... the majority of which seek to promote educational and cultural exchange between the United States and China. In 1988, she and ...

*NAFSA: Association of International Educators

... and faculty and administrators involved in international educational exchange. EA supports three networks and one special focus ... and advocating for international education. NAFSA's five Knowledge Communities sponsor 15 professional networks, and one ... is to advance international education and exchange and global workforce development. NAFSA serves international educators and ... and international education services. Senior international officers, directors of international education, and others in ...

*Michael L. J. Apuzzo

He has served as an advocate for international exchange of ideas. In 1989, as scientific program chair, he introduced an ... His educational contributions have been many. Since the late 70's, Dr. Apuzzo has consistently provided new ideas and concepts ... As editor of Neurosurgery, he established an extensive international advisory board and increased international participation ... He is the recipient of Norway's Vilhelm Magnus Medal and Italy's Francesco Durante International Prize. The Congress of ...

*Steve Chabot

... "taken in violation of international law by Nazi Germany between January 30, 1933 and May 8, 1945." In 2002, Chabot advocated ... cultural and educational institutions to borrow art and other culturally significant objects from foreign countries." However, ... Chabot introduced the Foreign Cultural Exchange Jurisdictional Immunity Clarification Act (H.R. 4292; 113th Congress) into the ... Chabot has advocated for a repeal or modification of the Dodd-Frank Act, which was passed as a response to the financial crisis ...

*Alliance for International Educational and Cultural Exchange

... and The international exchange community in the United States has a responsibility to advocate public policies needed to ... The Alliance for International Exchange (formerly Alliance for International Educational and Cultural Exchange" is an ... following the merger of the International Exchange Association and the Liaison Group for International Educational Exchange. ... international cooperation, economic prosperity, and the growth of human knowledge; International exchange enhances the ...

*International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation

... education and international exchange; Disseminate scientific and professional knowledge; Advocate for improvements to ... "UNESCO - International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation". United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation ... Chairperson of Student Exchange Student Exchange Committee Student Exchange Officers (SEOs): The Student Exchange Officers ... The Student Exchange Programme therefore enables cultural exchange between pharmacy students around the world by sharing ...

*Dennis Harper

He was also the International Editor of the Logo Exchange. Harper wrote what is said to be the first college text on computer ... He was a Visiting Professor of Educational Technology at the University of Helsinki in Helsinki, Finland in 1987. In 1986 and ... "Technology Advocate for the United States" by District Administrator (2001), "Distinguished Educator of the Year" by Technology ... He was on the Board of Directors for the International Society for Technology in Education from June 1997 to June 1999. Harper ...

*American Council of Learned Societies

The ACLS Center for Educational Exchange with Vietnam offers fellowship and study opportunities to Vietnamese scholars. In 1966 ... The council and other members of the Associated Board of Research Councils founded the Council for International Exchange of ... By bringing scholars together as scholars rather than as specialists, the ACLS advocates for the humanities in public forums ... the ACLS has participated in international scholarly exchange. From 1961 to 1992, its American Studies Program aided overseas ...

*Mount maker

The International Convention of Exhibition and Fine Art Transporters hosts "annual conventions where members meet to exchange ... Mount makers come from a wide range of professional and educational backgrounds. Individuals seeking to become a mount maker ... the focus of NAME is on advocating the importance o exhibitions and "promot[ing] excellence and best practices, identify trends ... "About ICEFAT". ICEFAT - International Convention of Exhibition and Fine Art Transporters. International Convention of ...

*York College, City University of New York

CUNY Aviation Institute has a partnership network comprising the private sector, educational institutions, international ... The CUNY Aviation Institute also promotes research and academic exchange of ideas in the field of aviation and assists in the ... SGA is composed of students elected by their peers to represent and advocate for all students. The CUNY Aviation Institute (AI ... A degree in Accounting at York College includes all the educational requirements to sit for the Uniform Certified Public ...

*National Black Caucus of State Legislators

The primary mission of the NBCSL is to develop, conduct, and promote educational, research, and training programs designed to ... dissemination and exchange of ideas and information among African American state legislators and their staffs; To provide ... united and effective advocate for African American state legislators and their constituencies at the federal level. Committee ... Human Services Committee on Housing Committee on International Affairs Committee on Labor, Military, & Veterans' Affairs ...

*Fellowship of Reconciliation (United States)

They initiated a US-USSR reconciliation program, which included people-to-people exchanges, artistic and educational resources ... FOR has most recently been active in advocating for the demilitarization of US foreign policy. It works to counter military ... Its programs and projects involve domestic as well as international issues, and generally emphasize nonviolent alternatives to ... They sought to reverse the Cold War and the arms race with campaigns, marches, educational projects and civil disobedience, and ...

*The Zigen Fund

6. International partnerships - To organize multicultural educational exchange programs and promote understanding between the ... It aims to assist in the basic development in rural China and advocates the beliefs of 'human-centered sustainable development ... The Zigen Fund provides educational, social and economic developmental support to impoverished areas in China, especially to ... villagers and exchange students. The Zigen Fund relies on a wide network of volunteers in many cities and states in the United ...

*Mickie Caspi

"Equal Vows". Markell, Cecille (18 October 1990). "The Jewish Advocate". p. 14. "The Jewish Advocate". 7 December 1989. p. 25. ... Represented Israel at the International Children's Book Invitational - IBBY) Stuhlman, Daniel D. (Author); My Own Pesah Story ( ... San Francisco, California: National Institute of Education, Far West Lab for Educational Research and Development. pp. 127-128 ... Book 25". p. 8. "Mickie Caspi Artist Profile". Piper, Barbara (1982). Teachers' Centers Exchange Directory. ...

*Arab Forum for Environment and Development

Since 2007, AFED has been a public forum for influential eco-advocates. During six years, it has become a major dynamic player ... Offering educational and research programs related to various aspects of environment and sustainable development. National, ... Nabil Habayeb, President and CEO-Middle East-North Africa-Turkey, General Electric International Inc. Mr. Samer Younis, Vice ... exchange of expertise, and exposure to similar initiatives around the world. Working together in such a unique partnership ...

*Pacific Seabird Group

The Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) is an international professional ornithological society based in the U.S.A, dedicated to the ... It aims to increase the quality and quantity of seabird research by facilitating information exchange, to assess threats to ... The objectives of the Pacific Seabird Group are exclusively scientific, educational, conservational, and nonprofit. In ... to advocate for the conservation of Pacific seabirds wherever they occur.focusing on the behavior, ecology, and conservation of ...

*Transportation Communications International Union

These brotherhoods have similar objects which are partly social and educational. Their chief aim is the improvement of the ... "to secure for our members a just remuneration in exchange for their labor... to shorten the hours of labor as economic ... the Brotherhood Division continues to advocate for similar changes. In the By-Laws of the Division, section six of the preamble ... The Transportation Communications International Union or TCU is the successor to the union formerly known as the Brotherhood of ...

*Network of International Business Schools

Student exchanges/interactions Faculty exchanges/interactions Exchanges of ideas for teaching programs Joint teaching and ... NIBS and its various member institutions advocate for the creation of business education programs that integrate ... They also facilitate cooperation between educational institutions in different countries, on the premise that this contributes ... The Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) is an association of university-level schools of business that promotes ...

*Jody Miller (criminologist)

To develop long-term international exchange between UMSL and the educational community in Sri Lanka. In the foreword of the ... 154-55). Miller states that in keeping with the feminist advocates' faith in mind, youths themselves offer a parallel of ... The current investigation is a case study of CSEC within the context of Sri Lanka's international tourism industry. I draw from ... Louis Sri Lankan Educational Fund. Mullins, Christopher W. and Jody Miller. 2008. Temporal, Situational and Interactional ...

*Reinhold Niebuhr

International[edit]. Within the framework of Christian realism, Niebuhr became a supporter of American action in World War II, ... Niebuhr is widely considered to have been its primary advocate.[49] Niebuhr supported the Allies during World War II and argued ... Although his opponents did not portray him favorably, Niebuhr's exchanges with them on the issue helped him mature ... on his then large body of educational and pragmatic philosophy.[39] ...
This monthly publication contains the statement of treaties and international agreements registered in accordance with Article 102 of the United Nations Charter. For each treaty or international agreement listed, the following information is given: registration or recording number, title, date of conclusion, date and method of entry into force, languages in which it was concluded, name of the authority which initiated the formality of registration, and the filing and recording date of that formality. The annex contains ratifications, accessions, supplementary agreements and other subsequent actions concerning the treaties and international agreements. This is a bilingual publication in English and French ...
This monthly publication contains the statement of treaties and international agreements registered in accordance with Article 102 of the United Nations Charter. For each treaty or international agreement listed, the following information is given: registration or recording number, title, date of conclusion, date and method of entry into force, languages in which it was concluded, name of the authority which initiated the formality of registration, and the filing and recording date of that formality. The annex contains ratifications, accessions, supplementary agreements and other subsequent actions concerning the treaties and international agreements. This is a bilingual publication in English and French ...
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Every year Loughborough University welcomes large numbers of European and international students on exchange agreements. This section gives information on the options for incoming students and how to apply.. ...
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1 Money and international commodity circulation.. The theory of international trade and world value contributes some additional features also to the problem of money. To the degree that a product is turned into a commodity, accidental equivalents are turned into an universal equivalent, and the latter into money. And since a product gets full development into the commodity form on the world market, where value gets its finished expression in world value, so also developed monetary exchange finds its natural scope there where money is turned into world money, dropping its national uniform. In domestic trade precious metals, having passed a number of stages of development, function in a determined purely-local form, in the quality of standard of price, coin and currency, as token of value by fulfilling the function of means of circulation. Crossing the domestic sphere of trade, taking on itself the role of world money, gold (and silver) returns to the starting ...
Welcome to the University of Hawaii at Manoa International website. This website portal connects to all things international at the Manoa campus of the University of Hawaii.
The Academic Year Program (AYP) give local families the opportunity to share their way of life and their values with a high school school student from another country. By volunteering and opening their home and heart to the worlds young people, host families are donating the gift of friendship, a willingness to share themselves and their way of life, and a genuine interest in learning about culture and customs ...
Published on March 22, 2016 at 11:23 am. Two International exchange students joined local Councillors to help clean up a "Grot Spot".. An area of Pearl Street Estate which has become a grot spot got a spring clean this weekend from the help of two international exchange students.. Read the full story. ...
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Congratulations to Dr. Benner on his selection for a Fulbright award to the Marine Sciences at Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain. The title of his project is An Exploration of How Life in the Ocean Shapes Biogeochemical Cycles and Influences Global Climate Change. The project begins in 2020. "The Fulbright Program, which aims to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries, is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government.". ...
Once again, Villanova students have successfully competed for one of the prestigious, national academic scholarships," said University Provost Patrick G. Maggitti, PhD. "Having three Gilman scholars in one year is yet another sign of Villanovas position among the most prestigious universities in the country. It reflects well not only on these students, but on our faculty and the academic excellence of the institution as a whole. The entire Villanova community is incredibly proud of Pablo, Abbey and Fares and wishes them the best of luck during their time abroad.". Pablo Guzman 19 CLAS, of San Juan, Puerto Rico, is studying Philosophy and Art History. Guzman will spend the spring semester in Tokyo, Japan in the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) Arts and Science Program. Guzman wants to effect change through endeavors in contemporary art and is the co-founder of his own fashion label.. Abbey Smith 18 CLAS, of Walpole, Mass., is pursuing a ...
This section includes some of the definitions applicable to the plan and are defined below.. Accident: A sudden, unintentional, and unexpected occurrence caused by external, visible means and resulting in physical Injury to the Insured Person.. Agreement to Provide Insurance: The Agreement to Provide Insurance entered into by the Company and the Sponsoring Organization contemporaneously with the issuance of this Certificate, as the same may be amended, modified or extended from time to time by further written agreement of the parties, which by this reference shall be incorporated in and become a part of the Master Policy and this Certificate.. AIDS: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, as that term is defined by the United States Centers for Disease Control.. ARC: AIDS related complex, as that term is defined by the United States Centers for Disease Control.. Assured: Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE). Baggage: All types of luggage and ...
Students must complete six humanities/social sciences electives from the approved list in order to graduate. A full list of rules that govern these electives can be found on the Swanson School site. In addition to the SSOE rules governing humanities/social sciences electives the following rules pertain to all ChE students: (1) a minimum of one humanities and one social science class is required; (2) a maximum of one course that does not have a "Pitt equivalent" (i.e., one course that is designated as 0000, such as ENGLIT 0000) can be used -- such a course must be from a department that is already represented on the approved list and, for the purposes of fulfilling the depth requirement, any 0000 course will be considered an "introductory level" course.. If you wish to take a class to satisfy either a humanities or social science and it is not on the approved list of electives, you will need permission from the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. In order to obtain this permission, first you ...
Bulletin Board: A Post From the Community | By Susan J. White NorthShore University HealthSystem A prestigious international exchange program brought leading orthopaedic surgeons from France, Italy, Croatia and the Netherlands to NorthShore University HealthSystem (NorthShore) for surgical training sessions with Orthopaedic Surgery Chairman Jason Koh, MD, and colleagues. Selected by the esteemed European Society for Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy (ESSKA), the Sports Medicine Fellows had the unique opportunity to participate in a meniscus transplant on a cadaver in the advanced Surgical Skills Lab at NorthShore¿s Center for Simulation and Innovation in Evanston Hospital. The European visitors also took part in grand rounds and live surgical ...
Intent: We will describe a partnership between three universities, two in Norway and one in Canada, in order to illustrate how the integration of occupational science and public health perspectives on diverse health determinants contributed to interdisciplinary graduate education through a collaborative international exchange. Two specific initiatives will be addressed: the development of integrated occupational science and public health curriculum materials, and the participation of students from each country in courses at the institutions overseas. Argument: The conditions of everyday life and the occupations these conditions enable are well recognized as key determinants of health and well-being within occupational science, occupational therapy and public health. Within occupational science in particular, there is growing recognition that full realization of the vision of health promotion through occupation requires expanding beyond individual-level approaches in order to ...
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Experience with the programs first three classes of Harkness Fellows in Health Care Policy has demonstrated the value of international exchange to the fellows development and to the Funds overall work in health care. As a means of broadening the fellows exposure to other health care systems, Harkness Fellows will participate in a three-day Canadian health policy briefing to be held in Ottawa and Montreal in the spring. In addition to the participation of two Kaiser Media Fellows in Health in the Harkness fellowship seminars, two Canadian associate fellows will also be included, adding a valuable perspective to the discussion. To further disseminate the work of the Harkness Fellows, publication of their findings as part of a Fund series of international issue briefs will highlight policy insights and lessons for U.S. and their home country policymakers. Through selection, placement, and support of a fifth class of Harkness Fellows, the Fund will continue to ...
The Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes is the multilateral framework within which work in the area of tax transparency and exchange of information is carried out by over 120 jurisdictions which participate in the work of the Global Forum on an equal footing.. The Global Forum is charged with in-depth monitoring and peer review of the implementation of the standards of transparency and exchange of information for tax purposes. These standards are primarily reflected in the 2002 OECD Model Agreement on Exchange of Information on Tax Matters and its commentary, and in Article 26 of the OECD Model Tax Convention on Income and on Capital and its commentary as updated in 2004, which has been incorporated in the UN Model Tax Convention.. The standards provide for international exchange on request of foreseeably relevant information for the administration or enforcement of the ...
The Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes is the multilateral framework within which work in the area of tax transparency and exchange of information is carried out by over 130 jurisdictions which participate in the work of the Global Forum on an equal footing.. The Global Forum is charged with in-depth monitoring and peer review of the implementation of the standards of transparency and exchange of information for tax purposes. These standards are primarily reflected in the 2002 OECD Model Agreement on Exchange of Information on Tax Matters and its commentary, and in Article 26 of the OECD Model Tax Convention on Income and on Capital and its commentary as updated in 2004, which has been incorporated in the UN Model Tax Convention.. The standards provide for international exchange on request of foreseeably relevant information for the administration or enforcement of the ...
Saudi Arabia should lift politically motivated bans on foreign travel it has imposed on prominent government critics, Human Rights Watch said in a letter sent to King Abdullah on February 9. The Ministry of Interior has imposed the travel bans without regard to Saudi or international law and has refused to hear the appeals for relief from many of the men subject to the bans.. "By imposing travel bans, the Saudi government is restricting the movement of leading intellectuals, diminishing their ability to work for a better future for the Saudi people through an international exchange of ideas," said Sarah Leah Whitson, Middle East director at Human Rights Watch.. In its letter to the king, Human Rights Watch details travel bans that the Ministry of Interior has imposed on 22 persons, including Matruk Alfalih, Abdullah al-Hamid, and `Ali al-Dumaini, three constitutional and political reformers whom the king pardoned in August 2005 after they had received ...
The longstanding collaboration between Antwerp and Havana was also on the agenda. Minister Cobas Ruiz exchanged among others with Prof. Patrick Van der Stuyft, scientific coordinator of ITMs institutional collaboration with IPK and INHEM, and IPKs Dr. Dennis Pérez Chacón. Dr. Pérez Chacón happened to be in Belgium as she successfully defended her PhD thesis at the University of Ghent on 17 February 2015.. As public research institutes in Cuba, ITM partners INHEM and IPK contribute to the formulation of equitable and sustainable health care and disease control policies. They also inform the scientific community through regional and international exchanges.. Since more than 15 years, ITM is supporting IPK and INHEM in the realisation of academic goals through capacity building, scientific cooperation and joint research, with funding of the Belgian Development Cooperation. Having performed her PhD research on dengue prevention and control in the context of this ...
Scientists, Clinicians and civil society advocates present, Ladies and Gentlemen.. It gives me great pleasure to be speaking at this opening ceremony of one of the most important meetings happening in the world today; a meeting about international exchange of information on HIV vaccine research and development.. To the South African government and its people, there cant be any other more important meeting at this point in time. I congratulate you on the decision to hold the conference in the African continent; in the Sub-Saharan region; in South Africa. This is the Continent, the Region and a Country in most need of evidence-based intervention to the HIV and AIDS epidemic. Why is your presence so important?. The right to access health services including reproductive health services is guaranteed in our Constitution. This right to health is indispensable to realising the rights to life and dignity for all people. From my understanding this means that the ...
This Masters degree in film and screen media explores the history, development and interaction of film, television and other screen media. You will have access to world-class postgraduate teaching and research at Birkbeck, and spend one term abroad at a leading university in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, or Canada. This is the only Masters degree in film and screen media in the UK that includes an international exchange with prestigious European and North American universities.. The course encourages you to explore a wide variety of screen media in historical, sociological, aesthetic and anthropological terms and, also, in a variety of cultural and national contexts.. You can personalise your MA studies and specialise in areas of film and screen media that match your intellectual interests and career goals, and for the study abroad element, you can choose the university with the specific strengths and specialisms that will help you develop and ...
The Expopharm is an international pharmaceutical trade fair, which has established itself as a leading European trade fair for the pharmacy sector. It takes place once a year, alternating between Dusseldorf and Munich and will be open to trade visitors only. The Expopharm was founded in 1949 as "pharmaceutical exhibition" and announces today the most important innovations from all areas of the pharmacy world such as pharmaceuticals, toiletries, food supplements, natural remedies but also pharmacy equipment and technical literature. Among the exhibitors are the market leaders of the industry, offering among others a comprehensive range of seminars and workshops. Here clinical trials of new drugs, new software and other complex services are presented. The Expopharm is the informative meeting place for the most important issues and the international exchange between visitors and offers importers and exporters a perfect platform for doing business and for ...
Words without Borders opens doors to international exchange through translation, publication, and promotion of the best international literature. Every month we publish select prose and poetry on our site. In addition we develop print anthologies, work with educators to bring literature in translation into classrooms, host events with foreign authors, and maintain an extensive archive of global writing ...
Words without Borders opens doors to international exchange through translation, publication, and promotion of the best international literature. Every month we publish select prose and poetry on our site. In addition we develop print anthologies, work with educators to bring literature in translation into classrooms, host events with foreign authors, and maintain an extensive archive of global writing ...
Aired June 28, 2000 - 2:44 p.m. ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED.. LOU WATERS, CNN ANCHOR: CNNs Bob Franken is at Rosedale Estates in tony Washington, D.C., where the family, as weve seen, Bob, have been hauling suitcases out to a van out in front of the house. BOB FRANKEN, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Well, theres certain choreography that occurs, of course, under circumstances like this, when theres going to be a movement of the importance of this. has been quite a slow dance. The security has been beefed-up for hours. The exchange of gifts has taken place inside the estate. This estate is owned in Northwest Washington by an organization called the Youth for Understanding International Exchange. Its been the host now for a little bit over a month of Juan Gonzalez and his son, Elian Gonzalez, and the entourage of Cubans who came up to accompany him. It also is very close to the home of his lawyer, Greg Craig. ...
Modernism is synonymous with cosmopolitanism. In their groundbreaking collection of essays, Malcolm Bradbury and James McFarlane argued: "Conspicuous in the age of Modernism is an unprecedented acceleration in the intellectual traffic between nations . . . in this climate, international exchanges and unacknowledged borrowings flourished."1 Successive waves of transnational avant-garde movements-symbolism, expressionism, cubism, Futurism, Dada, surrealism, constructivism- swept across Europe. In Extraterritorial (1972), George Steiner directed attention to the polyglot milieu of twentieth-century literature shaped by exile and expatriation, and, following the upheavals occasioned by two world wars, the displacement of millions of refugees. Steiners attention to a modern multilingualism as a condition of "extraterritoriality" indicates that concepts like "modernism" may be more culture-bound and stubbornly resistant to translation than we think.. Modernist art thrived in ...
Pubdate: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 Source: Walla Walla Union-Bulletin (WA) Copyright: 2003 Walla Walla Union-Bulletin Contact: http://www.union-bulletin.com/ Details: http://www.mapinc.org/media/2619 Author: Kathleen Obenland NEEDLE EXCHANGE PROGRAM SEES RISE IN USE The increase may be due to more awareness about the program, or a possible rise in intravenous drug use. Drug addicts and other users took nearly twice as many syringes to a local needle exchange program in 2002 compared to the year before, according to the HIV/AIDS assistance agency, Blue Mountain Heart to Heart. Officials speculate the rise could be due to increasing awareness about the exchange program, a possible rise in intravenous drug use in Walla Walla, or both. Intravenous drug users exchanged 12,036 dirty syringes for clean ones last year, said Adam Kirtley, Heart to Heart executive director. In 2001, the agency received 6,318 syringes in the program. The number of people ...
By: Giulia El-Dardiry. Giulia El-Dardiry listens to voices from Palestinian refugee camps in Beirut. Bourj Al-Barajneh and Shatila refugee camps are home to approximately 35,000 Palestinian refugees, expelled from Palestine in 1948 by Zionist forces. These camps are situated close to Shia suburbs in southern Beirut that have been heavily bombarded by Israeli jets since the beginning of this latest Israeli aggression against Lebanon. While the Shia suburbs have been largely emptied of their residents who have found refuge in other parts of the country or in shelters in Beirut, many of the Palestinian refugees have no choice but to remain in the camps. I remember a year ago peering into Umm Mohameds kitchen in Bourj Al-Barajneh refugee camp on the outskirts of Beirut. Below the cupboards where gigantic nylon bags filled with rice, lentils and other staple foods. Fifteen years after the civil war ended. I laughed at her caution and said that such stocking of food was unnecessary. She looked at me ...
InTeaching Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities, we introduce preservice educators to classroom and community-based curricular strategies and materials for teaching preschool, elementary, and secondary students with moderate to severe disabilities. We describe the underlying structure and process for developing and implementing applied curricula and show you how applied curricula can support learning in the general education classroom, the school, and the community. We also teach you how to level materials and activities to provide the instructional support that allows students with moderate to severe disabilities and their non-disabled peers to participate together in those inclusive learning environments. The present emphasis on instruction for skill development through adaptation in the general education classroom has replaced the 1980s focus on segregated classes that offered a functional community-based curriculum for students with moderate to severe disabilities. Because we ...
Pubdate: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 Source: Canadian Champion, The (CN ON) Copyright: 2003 Metroland Printing, Publishing and Distributing Ltd Contact: http://www.haltonsearch.com/hr/mcc/ Details: http://www.mapinc.org/media/1503 Author: Jason Misner Bookmark: http://www.mapinc.org/find?137 (Needle Exchange) HALTONS NEEDLE EXCHANGE PROGRAM SERVING A NEED Return Rate On Par With Neighbouring Regions Administrators of Halton Regions needle exchange program say the return rate - the number of new needles given out versus the old ones returned - is on par with neighbouring municipalities that offer similar programs, and is serving a need. Cate Bannan, manager of AIDS, STDs, sexual health and needle exchange services for the Regions public health department, said the return rate of 74 per cent is equal to programs in Hamilton, Niagara Region and Guelph. But said she wants that number to be higher. "We are very pleased with how well the program is doing," ...
Download 5-page research paper on Drug Addiction in Canadaneedle Exchange Program to Cut Down HIV Hepatitis Infection ☘ Reduce Infection Drug addiction in Canada Needle exchange program to reduce HIV infection According to the WHO some of the main harm reduction initiatives in…
We are very pleased to be able to offer opportunities to highly motivated students interested in completing a clinical elective in a developing country.. In addition to completing the application form and the indemnification statement, we request that you also provide an updated CV. The application must also be signed by your academic advisor to ensure that you have met all necessary academic requirements.. All of these clinical electives are subsidized from one of several endowed travel fellowships from generous alumni and friends of the school to support students on international electives. These fellowships cover medical pre-trip evaluations and immunizations, air travel and some living expenses; however these stipends may not cover all of your expenses during the clinical elective. You should also be aware that if you choose to add personal time and travel on either side of the elective we can not be responsible if the elective dates must be changed.. Please note that each site has ...
The Fulbright-Schuman Program, administered by the Commission for Educational Exchange between the United States and Belgium/Luxembourg, is jointly financed by the U.S. State Department and the Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission. The program funds graduate and post-graduate study, research, and lecture proposals in the field of US-EU relations, EU policy, or EU institutions for interested American and EU citizens.. ...
The Fulbright-Schuman Program, administered by the Commission for Educational Exchange between the United States and Belgium/Luxembourg, is jointly financed by the U.S. State Department and the Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission. The program funds graduate and post-graduate study, research, and lecture proposals in the field of US-EU relations, EU policy, or EU institutions for interested American and EU citizens.. ...
How is Texas Public Health Training Center abbreviated? TPHTC stands for Texas Public Health Training Center. TPHTC is defined as Texas Public Health Training Center rarely.
The first needle exchange was formed by the Amsterdam junkiebond in 1984 in an effort to slow the spread of hepatitis B among IDU.(16) As the number of European AIDS cases increased sharply, needle exchange programs were soon adopted in other European cities. By the early 1990s, programs had been implemented in more than 20 countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia, and most member nations of the European Union.(17) Needle exchange programs developed more slowly in the United States than in Europe, primarily because of fierce political opposition. Nevertheless, at the end of 1996, 104 needle exchange programs were operating in more than 20 U.S. states (David Purchase, North American Syringe Exchange Network, personal communication, November 1996). Only about one half of U.S. needle exchange programs are legal, but others operate with the tacit support of local officials. Nearly all needle ...
Note 1: Any non-required FMLY course is a Bachelor of Human Ecology (Family Social Sciences) program elective. At lest one of the non-specified program electives must be at the 3000 or 4000 level* (pending Senate approval).. Note 2: Outside electives are courses from outside the BHEc (FSS) program. Students who take ECON 1010 & ECON 1020 Introduction to Micro/Macroeconomic Principles (6 cr. hours) will need to take 12 credit hours of outside electives. Students who take ECON 1210 Introduction to Canadian Economic Issues and Policies or ECON 1220 Introduction to Global and Environmental Economic Issues and Policies (3 cr. hours) will need to take 15 credit hours of outside electives.. Note 3: Free electives can be taken from the Bacholor of Human ecology (Family Social Sciences) program or from other programs at the University of Manitoba.. Note 4: Elective choices for 2 or more options can only be taken to satisfy the requirements from one section, ie. It cannot be used to satisfy both ...
The Moore School of Business in cooperation with the University of South Carolina School of Law offers a combined degree program that permits a student to obtain the J.D. and International Master of Business Administration (I.M.B.A.) degrees in approximately four years. Through the combined program, the total course load may be reduced from that required if the two degrees were earned separately since 9 hours of electives toward the J.D. may be earned in the business administration program.. Students in the I.M.B.A/J.D. program must take 9 credit hours of electives in the Moore School. An additional 12 credit hours in the School of Law will be used to satisfy the 21 elective credit hours required for the I.M.B.A. degree. All of these elective courses must be included in the I.M.B.A. program of study. Upon approval of the graduate director and dean of The Graduate School, business-related law school electives may be substituted for Moore School electives. Such substitution is permissible only ...
Dr Patrick ODonnell is a Clinical Fellow in Social Inclusion at the , a pilot project of the the University of Limericks Graduate Entry Medical School in Ireland. It was a one of those endless days in the medical library in my third year of studies that I had an epiphany. I had become pretty disillusioned with my life as a medical student and I was starting to doubt my reasons for choosing this path. I remember leafing through a fairly dull journal when I came across a series of reports on student electives to far-flung impoverished parts of the world. My attention was immediately seized and I quickly set about finding out how I could become part of the wave of idealistic students who go abroad every summer to help people less fortunate than themselves. To be able to marry my passion for travel with an interesting medical experience seemed like an incredible opportunity.. This was the start of a journey that led me to India, the Solomon Islands, Haiti and Nepal to take part in IHEs ...
17. Oral pathology Professor Ahmed M. Elhassan and Dr Imad EL Emairi. ongoing .. The Institute has two well established and fully equipped research and primary health care facilities in remote areas of the Eastern Province (600 Km southeast of Khartoum. The centres are run as service to the community, a field research station for the Institute and a training facility for graduate and undergraduate students.. the Exchange program in the institute include major field trip to prof Ahmed M.alhassan centre. a well known modern research centre in AlGadarif state, Doka, Endemic area of Lishmania and malaria including 4 working days , organized by the inistitute. Months available : all months.. For more informations about the inistitute and all mentioned projects please visit : www.iend.org. ...
The new Staff Exchange Programme builds on these foundations by enabling both companies to share local expertise and hospitality knowledge to best cater for guests from Japan and Thailand, key feeder markets for each company respectively.
The AUA/SBU Academic Exchange Program allows young academic urologists to benefit from the sharing of knowledge and experiences with colleagues in Brazil. Medical advances are often the result of fruitful collaboration, and this fellowship is designed to facilitate such opportunities.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Marion County launched a needle exchange program a little more than six months ago. So far, the health department says they have distributed about 10,000 syringes. Health officials believe this tool can help people stay safe and alive. The main goal is to reduce the spread of HIV and Hepatitus C among […]
Braine, N., Desjarlais, D. C., Goldblatt, C., Zadoretzky, C., & Turner, C. (2006). Patterns of sexual commerce among women at US syringe exchange programs. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 8(4), 289-302 ...
To fight the spread of HIV and Hepatitis C through needle contamination, the Indiana needle exchange program in Clark County plans to start next month. Funding was scarce but they were granted enough money to finally begin the program.
A Proven Practice to Reduce the Spread of HIV and Blood-borne Diseases The Louisville Metro Syringe Exchange Program has served more than 14,000 participants since it began in June 2015. Locations and hours of operation:
The state opioid crisis comes starkly into view at the AHOPE needle exchange program, where one wall is covered with obituaries for people who have died of overdose. The program aims to keep people off that wall.
Fully developed posts on syringe exchange programs (SEPs) are here and here. A couple more are forthcoming. Here are the notes I took as I read the literature in this area. This is Part II. Part I is here. Part III is here. (0) Impact Evaluation of a Policy Intervention for HIV Prevention in Washington, DC, by Monica
The semester is now in full swing with two exams down and plenty to go before clinical rotations begin in May!. There are a lot of species-specific electives offered this semester, including poultry diseases, small ruminant production medicine, entrepreneurship, equine lameness, and equine surgery. I am enrolled in the poultry and small ruminant courses, given that these species are minimally covered in the core curriculum.. For another course, third years are required to complete mini fourth-year rotations. These experiences allow us to see what some of the fourth year rotations are like. I have been able to spend some time with ophthalmology, primary care, rehabilitation, and dermatology thus far. It has been beneficial to help decide whether I want to spend two weeks with those specialties during my fourth year.. As a wet lab coordinator for AABP, we just finished our annual hoof trimming wet lab. Around sixty club members were able to work with cadaver feet, donated by a slaughter plant. The ...
Congratulations to Oliver Jawitz, MD, General Surgery Resident, who has received a research fellowship from the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI). With funding from the DCRIs T32 research training grant, the fellowship will support Dr. Jawitzs postdoctoral training in cardiovascular research.
NEW YORK and BRASILIA, December 16, 2014-Vera Galante, former senior cultural affairs specialist and Fulbright liaison at the U.S. Embassy in Brasilia, has been named the Institute of International Education Representative in Brazil. Ms. Galante will be working with IIE at a time when the Institute is expanding its work with Brazil, and Brazil-US academic exchange is growing.. Ms. Galante has extensive experience in educational exchange. During her 19 years with the United States Embassy to Brazil, she worked on numerous education initiatives, including developing partnerships between U.S. and Brazilian higher education institutions, recruiting students for U.S. government scholarship and fellowship programs, and conducting higher education missions to the United States. Her portfolio also included programs that promote free trade, justice, intellectual property rights and social and racial inclusion. Ms. Galante has a Masters degree in ...
Supporting meaningful exchange for the benefit of patients.. At Amgen, our mission is to serve patients. Our advocacy function helps us keep the patient perspective at the heart of all we do. Patient Advocacy at Amgen Europe supports a compliant and transparent approach to working with patient groups, and we are grateful for the appropriate partnership, insights and educational exchange that come out of working together on areas of mutual interest.. Grants and donations provided by Amgen (Europe) GmbH and the affiliates within the Amgen International region are compliant with applicable laws, as well as industry codes for interaction with patient organizations.. ...
The AOFAS members share new technologies with Vietnamese orthopaedic surgeons and in return are exposed to foot and ankle conditions that many have only read about as classic textbook cases, such as severe untreated clubfoot. In addition to the surgical component, the AOFAS co-sponsored an educational conference on Surgery of the Lower Extremity in Hanoi. The visiting surgeons participated in the educational exchange which was attended by more than 150 Vietnamese orthopaedic surgeons. This cultural and professional exchange further enhances the experience for both AOFAS members and Vietnamese orthopaedic surgeons, while the service and educational components of the mission create opportunities for local surgeons to learn directly about new surgical advancements in the treatment of foot and ankle disease and deformities ...
This Executive Order extended EO #208 (Kean) and EO #35 (Florio) and was modified or extended by EO #37 and #70 (Whitman) and EO #12 (McGreevey).. WHEREAS, the New Jersey-Israel Commission (Commission) was created on May 31, 1989 by Executive Order No. 208 to enhance New Jerseys ability to implement the development of trade, capital investment and joint business ventures in addition to the development of cultural and educational exchanges between New Jersey and Israel as stated in the Sister State Agreement with Israel (Agreement); and WHEREAS, the Commission originally was scheduled to expire on May 31, 1991; and WHEREAS, the Commission was extended pursuant to Executive Order No. 35 dated July 16, 1991, which in part authorized the continuance of the Commission through and including May 31, 1993; and WHEREAS, the Commission has helped to foster a spirit of cooperation between the citizens of Israel and the citizens of New Jersey that should continue to be available in ...
Background. Student electives during the 5th year of the University of Cape Town (UCT) medical curriculum provide a 4-week work experience in the health system. The reflective reports of past students indicate that the electives may significantly shape their developing identities as health professionals and agents of change. Objective. To better understand how 5th-year medical elective students perceive themselves as agents of change to strengthen the elective programme in the Faculty of Health Sciences, UCT. The hypothesis was that the more choice that students are given over their learning, the greater is their sense of agency. Methods. Thirteen 5th-year student volunteers participated in four focus group discussions soon after completing their electives in district, regional or tertiary health facilities in the South African health system. Thematic analysis of the transcripts was performed independently by two of the authors. Results. Key themes were the importance of providing holistic patient
To help you plan for your undergraduate career, we have combined your core, electives and restricted electives into tracks. The dynamic structure of the undergraduate degree program allows students to choose one of our existing tracks, realize distinct, modified tracks, or to design a great variety of possible subject combinations to tailor their individual educational experience. All tracks emphasize rigor and depth, and a strong focus on fundamental skills. Below are a few popular roadmap examples that can serve as a starting point for planning. Each student will work closely with a faculty advisor to design his/her track of study. Please contact the academic programs office ([email protected]) for more information.. The following sample tracks can be customized to suit whichever electives you choose and are displayed to show you what a possible course outline would look like. Many students start with a sample track and tailor their educational experience as they go through ...
Emphases: Majors and minors have the option to complete an emphasis, which provides depth in a particular area and is noted on transcripts as such. It is earned after a student has completed a minimum total of 15 credits from the courses listed under the particular emphasis, inclusive of a 1-3 credit internship in a related field.. Electives for Majors who do NOT elect an Emphasis: If a major does not choose depth and applied focus through the above, they shall achieve breadth in their electives. They would need to complete a minimum of 15 credits of electives and at least one course from each of the above subject areas (the three areas of Emphasis).. 1. Organization, Community, & Environment. This Emphasis is geared towards students interested in fields of study and careers in areas such as organizational leadership, human resources, community organizing, community development, planning, public health, and sustainability.. ...
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Washington, DC, July 15, 2016 - The American International Health Alliance (AIHA) today celebrates the publication of "The Southern African Pharmacy Technician ...
Note: A grade of C or higher in Chemistry 1031 and Chemistry 1032 is required to take Biology 1111 and Biology 2112. A grade of C or higher in Biology 1111 and Biology 2112 is required to take upper-level Biology courses, and a C- or higher is required unless otherwise specified in all other courses for the major, including course prerequisites. Most research and Independent Study courses, such as Biology 3091, 3183, 3481, 3681, 4483, 4491, and 4591, are not available for major credit. A GPA of 2.0 or better is required in Biology courses in order to graduate.. ** Up to two (2) Biology Electives (6-8 s.h.) may be replaced by Cognate electives selected from the following (B.S. degree only): Anthropology 2764; Chemistry 3301, Chemistry 3302; Mathematics 2043; Physics 2501, Physics 4301; Statistics 5002 (if substituted for Biology 3312; students are not allowed to use both Biology 3312 and Statistics 5002 as upper-level electives).. ...
Any three environmental electives at or above the 3000-level. Environmental electives include the following courses: EENS 2080 Severe Weather; EENS 2230 Oceanography; EENS 3050 Natural Disasters; EENS 3600 The Science of Climate Change; EENS 3720 Infrastructure of Sustainable Urban Environments; EENS 3980 Environmental Field Study; EENS 4030 Environmental Spatial Analysis; EENS 4180 Intro to Remote Sensing; EENS 4250 Isotopes in the Environment; EENS 4360 Environmental Geochemistry; EENS 4800 Air Pollution Fundamentals and Modelling; EENS 4820 Soil and Water Pollution; EENS4960 Environmental Sampling, Analysis, and Practice. Students are strongly encouraged to include Remote Sensing and Environmental Geochemistry in their electives.. ...
Jefferson Community College (JCC) will hold an information session for anyone interested in allied health training programs in the areas of Electrocardiography (EKG) Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy Technician and Clinical Medical Assistant on Monday, April 23 from 6:00 p.m.
Forty-five minutes by car southeast of Ethiopias capital, down a dirt road shared by vehicles, donkey carts, and schoolchildren, a modest building enclosed by high stone walls stands outside the town of Debre Zeit. Inside, patients sit on benches waiting for medical attention. Bishoftu Health Center is the primary medical facility serving the 65,000 residents of this sprawling agricultural community.. Clad in a white medical jacket, Rahel Terefe Bogef darts between dim examination rooms and the bright outdoor corridors of the health center, splitting her time between patients and a visiting group of African ministers who have come to observe the facilities for the day. They have traveled from across the continent to learn firsthand how the Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative, assisted by The Carter Center, is helping to educate 5,000 new health officers such as Bogef to serve the countrys population.. Bogef, who has worked at Bishoftu for four years, since graduating from Alemaya ...
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Global Health rotations for credit must be pre-approved for both education and safety by the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and the FSM Institute for Global Health. Global health rotations without these approvals are not eligible for credit or funding and are considered vacation. In terms of safety requirements, global health elective rotations, research or public health projects, and any other international education programs will generally not be approved in countries with U.S. State Department Travel Warnings, Students who wish to rotate to an established partner institution located in a country with a travel warning may appeal to the Feinberg Study Abroad Risk Assessment Committee. This committee, jointly run by FSM and the Center for Global Health, considers proposals, reviews safety and security issues, and assesses the academic merit of the program(s). This committee will make final decisions regarding international rotations to countries with travel warnings for ...
Studying is not always easy, especially when studying in a foreign country. As an international student, you have to adjust to a lot of things whilst at the same time studying successfully. Participating in a weekly study group will help you being or becoming a successful student. The group is intended for students who would like to reflect on their study habits and share experiences with other international students. Every week you make a study plan and discuss this with your fellow students. More information.. Difficulties in academic writing? How to answer multiple choice exams? Or how to prepare yourself effectively for exams? Check out specialized workshops on these and other study related themes.. ...
Media contact: CeCe Todd, (480) 461-4032. Update: Enrollment for the 2014 Summer Government and Economics programs and paid summer school in the home districts have closed.. For the second year, the East Valley Institute of Technology will provide free summer school to students who enroll to attend EVIT in the fall.. The occupational training programs offered by EVIT, a public career and technical school, are electives for high school students, with most attending EVIT in their junior and senior years. But if they have already taken too many electives, it can be difficult for them to attend EVIT and complete their course requirements for high school graduation.. Thats why EVIT takes the extra step - and expense - of providing free summer school.. "Were offering free core academic summer classes because the states increase of graduation requirements in the last few years has made it harder and harder for students to find the flexibility in their schedules to pursue career-focused courses," ...
Bill Clinton and Bill Gates held forth Wednesday afternoon at the Time Global Health Summit in New York City. Both have made global health issues a priority through their foundations, and both received a standing ovation for the work that they have done. What was fascinating was how much they shared the same strategies, priorities, and sense of urgency?even though Clinton is focusing on working with governments while Gates focuses on funding science and working with global health agencies. The conference was tied to the launch of the PBS series Rx for Survival airing this week and special coverage of global health issues in this weeks Time magazine. The event covered the big three infectious diseases (malaria, TB, AIDS), the threat on an avian flue pandemic, and other topics. It finishes today.. Among the more controversial issues discussed was the role of the private sector in global health issues?with both big pharma and social marketing taking some criticism as well as being defended. In a ...
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Mary works within the School of Health Sciences, Division of Nursing as Assistant Professor supporting pre-registration students on the Graduate Nurse Curriculum (GNC), Graduate Entry Nursing (GEN) and Masters in Nursing (MNSci) Certificates. She is Disability Liaison Officer for Child Health Nursing students. Mary is a Registered Childrens Nurse specialising in paediatric oncology and children with complex needs.. Her particular areas of interest within nursing education is international educational development, she is Nursing Lead for Erasmus and Nursing Lead for electives. Areas of teaching expertise lies within personal and professional effectiveness, cultural competency and internationalisation within nurse education.. Mary is joint lead for the e-portfolio model of teaching and learning for electives within the nursing curriculum. The use of an e-portfolio for module assessment of experimental learning and reflection the system allows students to ...
Research activities at LNL focus on Accelerator Technology and targets for the production of radioisotopes Students are offered the possibility to work within experiments which will be performed during their stay in Legnaro. During this period students can increase their experience in science and technology that are relevant for their academic training. Opportunities include participation in physics analysis activities of running experiments as well as involvement in detector developments.. Important: LNL will be closed for summer vacation one week in August (from xxth to xxth ...
In 2010, Clayton State University began offering a B.S. degree in Chemistry. The chemistry major is designed to meet the admissions standards and requirements of graduate and professional programs and to prepare students for a variety of careers. Along with providing a required core of classes in chemistry, the program includes a rigorous background in physics and mathematics that will allow our students to succeed in their chosen career. Upper-level students choose chemistry electives and directed electives, allowing them to take courses that are appropriate for their career goals and/or earn a minor in another discipline. In addition, all students earning the Chemistry degree participate in experiential learning (internships or independent research projects) with faculty. As our society becomes increasingly technological, career opportunities for individuals with science degrees will continue to increase. Students majoring in chemistry can work in a number of areas, including government ...
BA students are required to complete 180 credits (240 credits for BA International Students) in order to obtain a BA degree - 60 credits at each Stage. For a Joint Major, students complete 25 credits in each degree subject and 10 credits of electives, in Stages 2 and 3 (Stage 4 for BA International) respectively. For a Single Major, students complete 50 credits in their degree subject and 10 credits of electives, in Stages 2 and 3 (Stage 4 for BA International) respectively.. Students are also required to complete sufficient Level 2 and Level 3 credit overall to satisfy University requirements, that is, at least 100 credits must be at Level 2 or above, of which at least 40 credits must be at Level 3 or above.. ...
Resources Available: The Department of Education and Allied Studies currently has two full-time research methodologists who teach courses in assessment, research methods, and measurement. Some of these classes include ED 502 Research Methods, ED 529 Qualitative Research Methods, ED 530 Tests and Measurement, ED 533 Introductory Statistics, and ED 506 Program Evaluation. Field-specific faculty would teach some of the certificate electives, as well as the six hours of electives chosen from the students professional content area in School Psychology, School Counseling, Community Counseling, Reading, Teacher Education, Educational Administration, and Educational Technology. A limited number of graduate assistantships are available on a competitive basis in the Department of Education and School Psychology for students admitted to a graduate degree-granting program ...
In 2010, Clayton State University began offering a B.S. degree in Chemistry. The chemistry major is designed to meet the admissions standards and requirements of graduate and professional programs and to prepare students for a variety of careers. Along with providing a required core of classes in chemistry, the program includes a rigorous background in physics and mathematics that will allow our students to succeed in their chosen career. Upper-level students choose chemistry electives and directed electives, allowing them to take courses that are appropriate for their career goals and/or earn a minor in another discipline. In addition, all students earning the Chemistry degree participate in experiential learning (internships or independent research projects) with faculty. As our society becomes increasingly technological, career opportunities for individuals with science degrees will continue to increase. Students majoring in chemistry can work in a number of areas, including government ...
Selection Selection is based on academic merit, extracurricular and community activities, leadership potential, and knowledge of English. Approximately five awards will be granted per country. Participant selection is conducted in four stages. All applicants which meet the above criteria will have their applications reviewed and evaluated by a U.S.-based team of university representatives. Semi-finalists are invited for English language exams and an in-country interview conducted by U.S. education professionals. Applications, interview evaluations, and exam results are all considered by a final selection team, which will then recommend university placements for finalists. Final placements are determined by the U.S. universities. Students cannot determine their own university placements.. Financial Terms Program participants receive a full scholarship that covers tuition, room, board, living stipend, textbooks, transportation, and health insurance. No financial support or special provisions are ...
Study abroad can be used to enhance and diversify the educational experience. For many CEE juniors, study abroad has served as a valuable option for junior independent work and in providing important experience for their senior thesis research.. The School of Engineering offers the opportunity to participate in the Oxford Engineering Exchange Program. As part of the Oxford-Princeton Partnership, a select number of juniors in the departments of Electrical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering are chosen annually for the prestigious year-long exchange program. Successful applicants are placed in one of Oxfords 38 colleges and enjoy the full privileges of an Oxford undergraduate student, or "JCR" member. Students take a selection of engineering courses equivalent to Princetons junior year requirements, including a fourth-year engineering project.. The CEE Department (in collaboration with Department of Ecology ...
The Disabilities Initiative builds on the groundwork laid by past and on-going SEE partnerships. As a result of these partnerships, concrete progress is being made: public spaces in several Russian cities have become more wheelchair-accessible, the issues facing individuals with dwarfism and autism have received additional visibility, and American and Russian folktales are now being made into interactive visual storybooks for educating children who are deaf or hard of hearing ...
Each year, a winner from the best ACVS resident presentations at the Surgery Summit, both small animal and large animal presentations, (as determined by the ACVS Residents Forum judges) are invited to present at the ECVS meeting. Winners in the research and clinical categories will alternate each year. ACVS reimburses the winners for expenses to attend the ECVS meeting, up to a specific dollar limit. ECVS selects their residents at their July meeting. Those ECVS awardees present at the next ACVS Surgery Summit.. 2017 Recipients. Large Animal Residents Forum Presentation (Research). Marcos Perez Nogues (University of California-Davis), Julie E. Dechant, Tanya Garcia-Nolen, Susan M. Stover. Evaluation of the Effect of Water Temperature on Fiberglass Cast Strength.. Small Animal Residents Forum Presentation (Research). James Howard (The Ohio State University), Nina R. Kieves, Brittney Johnson, Judith Bertran, Antonio Pozzi, Stephen Jones. Measurement of Shoulder Abduction Angles in Dogs-An ...
The Business Law Clinic offers students an opportunity to develop essential lawyering skills in a professional, interactive, live-client environment. Supervised students will represent entrepreneurs, small business owners and not for profit organizations that cannot otherwise afford legal services. Services provided will relate to such matters as entity formation, corporate governance, employment and contracts. Students will learn how to interview, counsel, draft and negotiate, and will develop problem-solving, analytical and editorial skills in the context of client projects and reality-grounded class work. In addition to allowing students to learn transactional lawyering skills, the Business Law Clinic will provide clients with quality pro bono legal services, in keeping with the University of Georgia School of Laws commitment to serving the community. Class size will be limited to eight students. The course consists of a seminar and 8-10 hours per week of supervised client projects. ...
The Master of Science (M.S.) degree with a major in Accounting and Information Technology (MSAIT) is a cross-department curriculum comprised of accounting and information technology core courses, prescribed accounting and information technology electives, and open graduate business or accounting electives. The program does not have a thesis requirement; however, students must complete a comprehensive examination at the end of the program to satisfy university requirements. Applicants with undergraduate degrees in disciplines other than business or from a non-AACSB accredited university could be required to complete additional background course work. Applicants to the M.S. degree program who hold an undergraduate degree from an AACSB accredited university will normally require 36 semester hours of graduate course credit to complete the program. ...
Accommodation will be offered, if available, with your initial elective offer. Please complete a Booking Form Request for Nepean accommodation (provided with the information package). The University Units are located at 29-33 Rodger Street, Kingswood, a 5-minute walk from the hospital. The units have 2-3 bedrooms each and are fully furnished with heaters, kitchen appliances, ironing board/iron, linen (duvet, pillow, sheets, pillowcases, blanket, towels). There are only 4 rooms in the 41 bedroom complex with double beds (priority is given to couples). The property has a security fence and locks fitted to all bedroom and bathroom doors. There is a coin-operated laundry on-site. Rental is payable within 2 days of your arrival and 1 week in advance. You will be required to sign a short-term lease. The student rate is $150 per week for a single room and $220 per week for a double-bedroom. Additional payments are: $25 (single room) and $50 (double bedroom) for the Occupancy Pack (linen etc) + $60 ...
Welcome you to the Department of Psychiatry. Our research programs rank us as one of the top 20 Departments. Our teaching programs provide students and trainees with high quality training and experience in all that we do.
The Master of Science in Education program in Accomplished Teaching enables working teachers-both new and established practitioners-to develop new knowledge and to analyze and reflect on their own teaching practices in order to advance their careers.. Core courses with universal teaching applications include topics such as computer-based instruction and cultural diversity. In choosing from a broad range of electives, youll have the flexibility to tailor your education to best serve your school and community. Choose to focus on enhancing your specialization in education by completing coursework in English language teaching, instructional learning technology and special education, among other topics.. Youll complete your coursework on a part- or full-time basis on Temples Main Campus in Philadelphia. Some courses are offered at off-site locations, and certain electives can be completed in an online format.. ...
Supporters of needle exchange programs say they provide clean needles to injection drug users to prevent the spread of disease, but Madison County, Indiana, Prosecutor Rodney Cummings said the exchange program in his community brought a different set of is
SURV 615 Statistical Methods I (3). Prerequisite: Must have completed a two course sequence in probability and statistics; or students who have taken courses with comparable content may contact the department. Restriction: Must be in Survey Methodology (Masters) program; or permission of instructor.. First course in a two term sequence in applied statistical methods covering topics such as regression, analysis of variance, categorical data, and survival analysis.. SURV 616 Statistical Methods II (3). Prerequisite: SURV615.. Builds on the introduction to linear models and data analysis provided in Statistical Methods I. Topics include analysis of longitudinal data and time series, categorical data analysis and contingency tables, logistic regression, log-linear models for counts, statistical methods in epidemiology, and introductory life testing.. SURV 623 Data Collection Methods in Survey Research (3). Prerequisite: SURV400; or students who have taken courses with comparable content may contact ...
Michael Haglund, professor of neurosurgery, neurobiology and global health, received two major national awards recently for his global health work: the Drs. Anvar and Pari Velji Global Health Education Award from the Consortium of Universities for Global Health and the 2015 Humanitarian Award from the American Association of Neurological Surgeons.

Female CircumcisionFemale Circumcision

One person may exchange information with two people, and those two people may exchange information with two other people, ... likely to benefit from educational campaigns. These areas have already had successful educational training. ... International Symposium on Circumcision- Internet. Heise, Lori Reproductive Freedom and Violence Against Women: Where are the ... Advocates of female circumcision charge the increasingly vocal opponents of the practice with trying to undermine African ...
more infohttp://www.heart-intl.net/HEART/020108/FemaleCircumcision.htm

Marlene Johnson - WikipediaMarlene Johnson - Wikipedia

She was a particularly outspoken advocate of international educational exchange at the secondary and post-secondary level. She ... She is a former Board member of the Alliance for International Educational and Cultural Exchange, AFS-USA, AFS Intercultural ... Johnson lives in Washington, D.C., and serves as the Executive Director of NAFSA: Association of International Educators, the ... NAFSAs nearly 10,000 members enable international education opportunities for thousands of students each year. Johnson also ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marlene_Johnson

Psychology | Grinnell CollegePsychology | Grinnell College

Council on International Educational Exchange. auxiliar de conversación Madrid, Spain Cox, Castle, & Nicholson LLP. litigation ... victim advocate. Flint Hills Neuropsychology. psychometrist Healthy Homes Family Services Inc.. behavioral health intervention ... Malaysian-American Commission on Educational Exchange. education. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia McPherson County Community Foundation ... Florida International University. PhD. cognitive neuroscience psychology. Miami, FL. Iowa State University. MEd. education. ...
more infohttps://www.grinnell.edu/after-grinnell/graduate-outcomes/psychology

Joint ETUC/ETUCE reaction to EC proposal for ErasmusProgramme (2021-2027) | ETUCJoint ETUC/ETUCE reaction to EC proposal for ErasmusProgramme (2021-2027) | ETUC

... teaching international students can be challenging and time-consuming (as they often have a different educational and academic ... supportive environment for teachers and educational personnel and to the social dimension of teaching and learning of exchange ... We advocate for additional financial support and sufficient continuous professional development (including obtaining foreign ... Without highly valued and skilled teachers, the programme would not be able to ensure a high quality educational experience ...
more infohttps://www.etuc.org/en/document/joint-etucetuce-reaction-ec-proposal-erasmusprogramme-2021-2027

Association for Research into Crimes against Art - WikipediaAssociation for Research into Crimes against Art - Wikipedia

... publications and public outreach at the national and international level to foster an exchange of knowledge in the field. As ... ARCA advances this mission through educational programming, research, ... is to identify emerging and under-examined trends related to the study of art crime and to develop strategies to advocate for ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Association_for_Research_into_Crimes_against_Art

BOARD OF DIRECTORS | Ecology CenterBOARD OF DIRECTORS | Ecology Center

Environmental Justice Advocate and Co-Owner of Auto Glass Express. Ladan brings to the Ecology Center her rich experience ... Neil earned a B.A. in Economics and International Area Studies from UCLA, and a J.D. from UC Hastings College of the Law. ... Ladan also worked for five years at Global Exchange where she coordinated fact-finding delegations to the Middle East, ... organized national rallies and educational events against the war in Iraq, and worked to promote a resolution of the Israeli- ...
more infohttps://ecologycenter.org/about/board/

NACADA > Member Services > Position Announcements >...NACADA > Member Services > Position Announcements >...

The Coordinator of International Academic Advising has substantial delegated authority from the Academic Senate and the Deans ... NACADA also serves as an advocate for effective academic advising by providing a Consulting and Speaker Service and funding for ... NACADA provides a forum for discussion, debate, and the exchange of ideas pertaining to academic advising through numerous ... NACADA promotes and supports quality academic advising in institutions of higher education to enhance the educational ...
more infohttps://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Member-Services/Position-Announcements/Job-Detail/03016101-COORDINATOR-INTERNATIONAL-ACADEMIC-ADVISING-SUPERVISOR.aspx

Iran releases detained student | Times Higher Education (THE)Iran releases detained student | Times Higher Education (THE)

... that some international education advocates have hoped could open the way to increased faculty and student exchange. ... The detention of Trevithick, however, could have a chilling effect on nascent efforts to promote increased educational ... Amnesty International, which in mid-2014 issued a lengthy report on academic freedom issues in Iran, considers Kokabee to be "a ...
more infohttps://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/iran-releases-detained-student

Departments | California State University, NorthridgeDepartments | California State University, Northridge

International and Exchange Student Center. The International and Exchange Student Center provides services to newly admitted ... SOAR is home to Campus Tours, Educational Talent Search, Student Marketing & Communications, the Testing Center, Upward Bound, ... Associated Students (AS) is the primary advocate for students at CSUN. AS provides meaningful programs and services designed to ... and continuing international F-1 and J-1 visa students, study abroad and National Student Exchange (NSE) participants, and ...
more infohttps://www.csun.edu/studentaffairs/departments

Health and Human Movement - Utah State UniversityHealth and Human Movement - Utah State University

AKA does this by advocating for kinesiology at national and international levels as well as by supporting its member ... National Strength and Conditioning Association: NSCA is an international nonprofit educational association founded in 1978. ... Founded in 1997, the society provides a forum for leadership and exchange of information to stimulate discussion and ... International students have additional admissions requirements.. Admission Deadlines. The department has the following ...
more infohttp://www.usu.edu/degrees/index.cfm?id=36

CytRx Corporation Highlights NantCell Incs Clinical Data with Aldoxorubicin Presented at the Society for Immunotherapy of...CytRx Corporation Highlights NantCell Inc's Clinical Data with Aldoxorubicin Presented at the Society for Immunotherapy of...

Through educational programs that foster scientific exchange and collaboration, SITC aims to one day make the word "cure" a ... patient advocates, government representatives and industry leaders from around the world. Currently, SITC has more than 2,000 ... and commitment to collaborations with like-minded domestic and international organizations, government and regulatory agencies ... and uncertainties described in the most recent annual and quarterly reports filed by CytRx with the Securities and Exchange ...
more infohttps://www.biospace.com/article/releases/cytrx-corporation-highlights-nantcell-inc-s-clinical-data-with-aldoxorubicin-presented-at-the-society-for-immunotherapy-of-cancer-s-33rd-annual-meeting/?s=89

Uganda in 1994 | Britannica.comUganda in 1994 | Britannica.com

... upturn as a result of generous foreign aid and a strict adherence to a structural-reform program advocated by the International ... Nevertheless, much remained to be done to improve educational and health standards. ... the value of the Uganda shilling rose steadily on the foreign-exchange market, reflecting the growing confidence in the ...
more infohttps://www.britannica.com/place/Uganda-Year-In-Review-1994

WFPHA Newsletter July 2015 - World Federation of Public Health AssociationsWFPHA Newsletter July 2015 - World Federation of Public Health Associations

International, nongovernmental organization composed of multidisciplinary national public health associations. WFPHA is the ... carry out educational exchanges for members, and other scientific professionals working in preventive medicine; 4) serve as a ... The Third International Conference, financing for development. The Third International Conference on Financing for Development ... In addition, ANPHA has been advocating for the health of people afflicted by armed conflict. After a lot of advocacy at the ...
more infohttp://www.wfpha.org/component/acymailing/listid-15-wfpha-2015/mailid-40-wfpha-newsletter-july-2015?Itemid=172&tmpl=component&ml=1

Female Genital Mutilation in Iraqi Kurdistan | HRWFemale Genital Mutilation in Iraqi Kurdistan | HRW

To International Donors. *Advocate for and support the Iraqi federal authorities and the Kurdish Regional Government to develop ... Promote information exchanges between regional and international nongovernmental organizations and local organizations in Iraqi ... The current educational curriculum in Iraqi Kurdistan provides opportunities to educate students about FGM. Human rights are ... international obligations set out in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), the International ...
more infohttps://www.hrw.org/report/2010/06/16/they-took-me-and-told-me-nothing/female-genital-mutilation-iraqi-kurdistan

Spinal Cord Injury - ACRMSpinal Cord Injury - ACRM

Advocating for standards of practice and research. *Supporting a forum for interdisciplinary and international exchange and ... Plan an educational course for the ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research ... ACRM institutional membership provides substantial discounts on all ACRM products and educational events, custom sponsorship ... is a community of interdisciplinary professionals who work to enhance educational and networking opportunities for ACRM members ...
more infohttps://acrm.org/acrm-communities/spinal-cord-injury/

Vision, Mission, and Values | The International Society of HypertensionVision, Mission, and Values | The International Society of Hypertension

The International Society of Hypertension (ISH) is committed to promoting and encouraging the advancement of scientific ... Encourage, promote and organise postgraduate training and international exchange of investigators, teachers, fellows and ... Advocate patient rights and educate the public as well as medical professionals ... and various workshops and educational events ... International Society of Hypertension. Show Menu *About ISH* ...
more infohttps://ish-world.com/about/vision-mission-values.htm

Volunteers - The BladeVolunteers - The Blade

Wood County CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocate program is looking for volunteers to monitor a victimized child as a result ... Call for Action, Toledo-area affiliate of the international consumer-assistance organization, seeks volunteers one day a week ... World Heritage, a non-profit student exchange program, is seeking a volunteer local community representative to provide high ... Other volunteer possibilities include museum store, special events, clerical, maintenance, and educational programs. Volunteer ...
more infohttp://www.toledoblade.com/frontpage/2006/01/26/Volunteers.html

Autism in Developing Countries: Lessons from IranAutism in Developing Countries: Lessons from Iran

C. Hatton, "Cultural issues," in The International Handbook of Applied Research in Intellectual Disability, E. Emerson, C. ... S. Ryan and K. R. Cole, "From advocate to activist? Mapping the experiences of mothers of children with autism," Journal of ... K. A. Runswick-Cole, "The Tribunal was the most stressful thing: the experiences of families who go to the Special Educational ... Parents also need opportunities to exchange experiences and to be engaged with each other. They can then realise that they are ...
more infohttps://www.hindawi.com/journals/aurt/2011/145359/

France Honors Anne Kern and Jake Perlin | French CultureFrance Honors Anne Kern and Jake Perlin | French Culture

... by developing and facilitating access to international exchange programs, and promoting cross-cultural dialog. ... An emblem of your educational philosophy, this project proves once again that its no wonder you were recently appointed as ... On this occasion, you fiercely advocated the diversity of French voices and cultures, bringing the world closer through cinema. ... To sum it up, we consider you one of the greatest advocates for French cinema in New York. ...
more infohttp://frenchculture.org/awards/9237-france-honors-anne-kern-and-jake-perlin

Questioning Geopolitics: Political Projects in a Changing World-System - 2000, Page 33 by Stephen Gill, Michael Alan Sacks,...Questioning Geopolitics: Political Projects in a Changing World-System - 2000, Page 33 by Stephen Gill, Michael Alan Sacks,...

Business analysts and many international scholars have advocated comparative advantage as the tool for analyzing variations and ... educational training of citizens, and investments in domestic capital as determinants of national prosperity. World-system ... receive different rates of return because of their positions in a web of exchanges that affects the process of trading ( ...
more infohttps://www.questia.com/read/14347169/questioning-geopolitics-political-projects-in-a-changing

Educational services annual report, calendar year ... :: State PublicationsEducational services annual report, calendar year ... :: State Publications

The International truck provides a realistic approach to the instruction provided to the inmate population. This addition to ... The participants participated in the group exchange about transition options for students. The group decided at a facility ... To advocate for the welfare and long-term growth of individuals with learning and attention differences. Professional ... Educational services annual report, calendar year .... Educational services annual report, calendar year.... Previous. 5 of 8. ...
more infohttp://digital.ncdcr.gov/cdm/compoundobject/collection/p249901coll22/id/409533/show/417111/rec/20

News Archive | Ohio UniversityNews Archive | Ohio University

... director of operations for OHIOs Office of Global Affairs and International Studies and interim director of International ... As OHIO and PUCE continue to develop opportunities for faculty and student exchanges, Mike Boyle, a senior scientist at OHIOs ... Janet Duerr, an associate professor of biological sciences, advocated on behalf of OHIO students pursuing degrees in the fields ... Emmanuel Jean Francois, an associate professor of educational studies, noted his interest in forging a partnership between PUCE ...
more infohttps://www.ohio.edu/news/archive/stories_17-18_04_pontifical-catholic-university-ecuador-2018-welcome-reception.cfm

WHO | Adelaide Recommendations on Healthy Public PolicyWHO | Adelaide Recommendations on Healthy Public Policy

In addition, forums for the exchange of experiences at local, national and international levels are needed. ... Educational institutions must respond to the emerging needs of the new public health by reorienting existing curricula to ... Healthy public policy requires strong advocates who put health high on the agenda of policy-makers. This means fostering the ... Second International Conference on Health Promotion, Adelaide, South Australia, 5-9 April 1988 Developing New Health Alliances ...
more infohttp://origin.who.int/healthpromotion/conferences/previous/adelaide/en/index4.html

About Us | California State University, NorthridgeAbout Us | California State University, Northridge

Director International & Exchange Student Center. Student Access and Support Services. Dwayne Cantrell. Associate Vice ... The office assists students in navigating campus policies and procedures and is as an advocate for services and programs that ... Cantrell holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from CSU Northridge, a Doctor of Theology degree from ... She holds administrative oversight for the Office of Student Development, the International and Exchange Student Center, ...
more infohttps://www.csun.edu/studentaffairs/about-us
  • The Spinal Cord Injury Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group (SCI-ISIG) is a community of interdisciplinary professionals who work to enhance educational and networking opportunities for ACRM members interested in SCI, and to advance clinical practice to improve the lives of people with SCI. (acrm.org)
  • Faculties are organised into seven administrative regions to enable the sharing of best practice and the exchange of ideas at a regional level. (rcgp.org.uk)
  • ACRM institutional membership provides substantial discounts on all ACRM products and educational events, custom sponsorship and marketing opportunities, and the benefit of affiliation with the world's largest association for interdisciplinary rehabilitation research. (acrm.org)
  • This methodology provides a cost effective alternative that will allow one to restate the financial statements prepared in accordance with Russian Statutory Accounting Methodology (RSA) into those that are in substantial compliance with International Accounting Standards (IAS). (projectharmony.ru)
  • The Coordinator position is responsible for supervision of the L&S International Academic Advisers as well as serving as the College lead for campus-wide international academic advising initiatives that will improve retention of international students. (ksu.edu)
  • The number of civil servants also continued to be cut, and as a result of these initiatives, the value of the Uganda shilling rose steadily on the foreign-exchange market, reflecting the growing confidence in the country's economic performance. (britannica.com)
  • Dr. Ruelas has been dedicated to issues of access and equity for students throughout her career, with a strong focus on initiatives aimed at improving the educational, personal and social outcomes of traditionally underserved and diverse student populations. (csun.edu)
  • Serve as expert resource for, and provide leadership to, international academic advisers and departmental academic advisers on a wide variety of policy implementation guidelines. (ksu.edu)
  • Manage the design and implementation of Freshman and Transfer Orientation workshops and presentations on such topics as cultural adjustment, classroom culture in the United States, academic expectations, developing peer connections, etc., with special emphasis on International Orientation and Welcome Programs. (ksu.edu)
  • 1.Needle-exchange programs. (who.int)
  • Over the past nearly 20 years, the OHIO-PUCE partnership has extended beyond the Heritage College to include the Center for International Studies, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Health Sciences and Professions, and the Scripps College of Communication. (ohio.edu)
  • Educational institutions must respond to the emerging needs of the new public health by reorienting existing curricula to include enabling, mediating, and advocating skills. (who.int)
  • Ladan also worked for the International Forum on Globalization where she researched the impacts of economic globalization on the environment and local communities. (ecologycenter.org)
  • SOAR is home to Campus Tours , Educational Talent Search , Student Marketing & Communications , the Testing Center , Upward Bound , and other community partnerships, such as GEAR UP/Project STEPS. (csun.edu)
  • Representatives from all of those academic units and more were on hand April 4 during a special International Week welcome reception for the PUCE delegation. (ohio.edu)
  • This is a very special week at Ohio University and in Athens because we are just thrilled to have our friends from Ecuador here to celebrate International Week with us," Lorna Jean Edmonds, OHIO's vice provost for global affairs and international studies, said in welcoming everyone to the reception. (ohio.edu)
  • Among the distinguished guests at this year's International Week festivities was a delegation from Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador (PUCE), led by PUCE Rector Dr. Fernando Ponce Léon. (ohio.edu)
  • and participating in several International Week activities, including the popular International Street Fair. (ohio.edu)
  • The Coordinator of International Academic Advising has a prominent role carrying out those activities. (ksu.edu)