• 2017
  • 12, 2017, another prominent Jewish community leader announced his retirement: American Jewish University President Robert Wexler will step down at the end of the academic term, after 25 years at the school. (jewishjournal.com)
  • 1992
  • He received his PhD at the department of Middle Eastern Languages and Civilizations of Columbia University in 1992. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1992 invited Keynote Speaker for the 10th Anniversary Conference of the Japanese Association of Family Psychology at Showa Women's University (Tokyo), giving additional workshops on prevention for the Yasuda Life Welfare Foundation of Japan, and one workshop on "Love and Intimacy" for the Tokyo Family Therapy Institute. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1992 he broke the investigation into singer/entertainer Michael Jackson by the Los Angeles Police Department and in 1994 reported live during the police pursuit while driving in front of O.J. Simpson's white Ford Bronco. (wikipedia.org)
  • master's
  • He received his BA degree in History, Political Science and Geography from the University of Kansas, and then attended Syracuse University where he received two master's degrees in Remote Sensing-Cartography and in International Relations. (wikipedia.org)
  • Harvard (undergraduate, summa cum laude) University of Chicago (master's) University of Chicago (doctoral) Rogin was born in Mount Kisko, New York, to a Jewish family, and grew up with union and socialist activists. (wikipedia.org)
  • He attended Hebrew University where he received his bachelor's degree in mathematics and computer science in 1986 and his master's degree in 1987, under the supervision of Gil Kalai. (wikipedia.org)
  • Conductor
  • Ringwald) Members of the University Chorus and Symphony Band Conductor, Dr. Traver Address Herbert L. Block Conferring of Degrees Dr. Elkins, Honorary Degrees Dr. Gluckstern, College Park Campus Remarks to Graduates Henri D. Bartholomot Graduating Senior Dr. Gluckstern The Alma Mater HAIL! (archive.org)
  • 1966
  • After being involved in intelligence and the Council on Foreign Relations, he served from 1961 to 1966 as the National Security Advisor to both the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. (wikipedia.org)
  • nurse
  • While working as a registered nurse, Mattanah obtained a certificate to teach elementary education but was daunted by the challenges that teachers face in their classrooms. (jwa.org)
  • After graduation from Northwestern University, he mar- ried a trained nurse and set up a prac- tice in Inwood, a small town in the northwest corner of Iowa. (archive.org)
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  • 1994
  • Invited to lecture at the Universities of Bari and Padova (Italy) in July 1994 and as keynote speaker for the Second International Congress of Family Psychology. (wikipedia.org)
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  • 1939
  • They lived in Newcastle upon Tyne (where he taught at the Royal Grammar School), then from 1939 in Penrith (where the school was evacuated during the war). (wikipedia.org)
  • ISBN
  • ISBN 1-57958-388-1 "Kurds and the Formation of the State of Iraq, 1917-1932", pp. 95-109, in The Creation of Iraq, 1914-1921, Edited by Reeva S. Simon, Eleanor Harvey Tejirian, Columbia University Press, pp. 181, 2004. (wikipedia.org)
  • ISBN 1-56656-112-4 "The Kurdish Demographic Revolution and Its Socio-Political Implications" in Contrasts and Solutions in the Middle East, Edited by Ole Høiris, Sefa Martin Yürükel, Aarhus University Press, pp. 562, 1997. (wikipedia.org)
  • doctorate
  • In 2016, Corbiere Lavell was awarded an honourary doctorate of laws at York University for her work as a Native women's rights activist and educator. (wikipedia.org)
  • The New York Times wrote in his obituary: Schramm's doctorate was in complex analysis, but he made contributions in many other areas of pure mathematics, although self-taught in those areas. (wikipedia.org)
  • years
  • Dr Kate Murphy, Senior Lecturer in History at Bournemouth University, has said of Janet Adam Smith that "her six years on The Listener were without question of huge import to the journal and she left a legacy that was remembered for decades to come. (wikipedia.org)
  • She taught at Tenacre Country Day School for 35 years, was a part-time librarian, and was active in her community's school committee and historical society. (colby.edu)
  • educate
  • In 1948, left a widow with four young children to educate, she returned to a salaried position in journalism, becoming first assistant literary editor (1949-52), then literary editor (1952-60), of the New Statesman, still the house magazine of the intellectual Left. (wikipedia.org)
  • Allyson Mattanah had long wanted to be a teacher, but describes being "derailed several times" from pursuing her true passion to educate kids. (jwa.org)
  • intellectual
  • 9 nationally of 5 download performance and durability of bituminous materials proceedings of symposium university of quality assignment illnessDramatic 8min music your members with intellectual hydrolysis a ' community all 7 coordinator death time range shared a print viewing leaders ever alone. (windhover.org)
  • 1991
  • NABJ Hall of Fame (2009) Memphis State University Department honored Norment as Outstanding Journalism Alumna (1991) A scholarship, Lynn Norment Scholarship Fund, was founded in her name by the NABJ Chicago chapter. (wikipedia.org)
  • chairman of th
  • Note: Bundy's father, Harvey Hollister Bundy, Sr., became chairman of the board at Carnegie 1953-1958, not long after Hiss served as president there 1946-1949. (wikipedia.org)
  • Roberts
  • Bredemus met her husband Walter Grady Roberts (1933-1977) while performing in the play George Washington Slept Here together, which was directed by Rance Howard, father of director Ron Howard. (wikipedia.org)
  • After 15 episodes of Buddies, Bredemus and Roberts moved on to create the Atlanta Actors and Writers Workshop, teaching classes to youth ages five to eighteen. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1945 the family moved to London, where Michael Roberts had become Principal of the College of St Mark and St John, in Chelsea (which later moved to Plymouth and became the University of St Mark & St John). (wikipedia.org)
  • Michael Roberts died on 13 December 1948. (wikipedia.org)
  • As Assistant Editor, she dealt with articles on art, selected reviewers for literary books, and published new poetry, especially the work of W.H. Auden, Stephen Spender, Herbert Read, Louis MacNeice and Michael Roberts. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1935 she published Poems of Tomorrow, an anthology of poems from The Listener, and in 1936 succeeded Michael Roberts as chief reviewer of poetry in T.S. Eliot's quarterly The Criterion. (wikipedia.org)
  • lecturer
  • He joined the faculty of Loyola College in 1968 as a lecturer in the Department of Political Science and has taught since that time. (wikipedia.org)
  • mother
  • Izady was born to a Kurdish father and a Belgian mother, and spent much of his youth in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and Korea, as his diplomat parents moved from one assignment to another. (wikipedia.org)
  • Ginther's mother was a social worker and his father was an attorney specializing in adoption and foster law. (wikipedia.org)
  • Corbiere Lavell learned English from her mother and Ojibwe from her father. (wikipedia.org)
  • His mother raised five children. (wikipedia.org)
  • Learn about Eve's role as the first mother, and consider what her story might teach us about going through a difficult experience without sufficient support. (jwa.org)
  • Testament
  • Sitting there listening to Bishop Parsons' meditation, I had a sense of what it must have been like to listen to the Apostle Paul teach one of the New Testament churches about the meaning of Christ's Ascension for the very first time. (issuu.com)
  • Historically, proof texts from the New Testament Household Codes-from the first century to the present day-have been used to define a married Christian woman's role in relation to their husbands, and to disqualify women from primary ministry positions in Christian churches. (wikipedia.org)
  • family
  • After the army, Walter decided to pursue a career as a playwright, so he moved the family to Louisiana so he could attend Tulane University. (wikipedia.org)
  • Children live at the family home until they marry and are required to marry within the fellowship. (wikipedia.org)
  • the rule of the fathers") in the husband over his "family" (pater familias) which included his wife, children, agnatic descendants, slaves, and freedmen. (wikipedia.org)
  • She taught high school social studies in Ellsworth, Maine, until 1952, when she turned her attention full time to her home and family. (colby.edu)
  • George says the family eventually moved west to Il- linois, where his father was born. (archive.org)
  • His father bought a farm from an Oklahoma Indian and moved the family south. (archive.org)
  • faculty
  • The Faculty The men and women who instruct our students at College Park are teachers and scholars who bring to the classroom a depth of knowledge, experience and learning that ranks among the finest of any university campus. (archive.org)
  • director
  • Aya Baron is Wilderness Torah's Youth Programs Director. (jwa.org)
  • LYCOMING COLLEGE SUMMER MAGAZINE 2008 MAGAZINE STAFF Jerry Rashid Director of College Relations Murray Hanford Publications Manager Jon Holtz Sports Information Director Sandy Jansson College Relations Coordinator Melanie Harris Taormina '94 Director of Alumni Relations Contributors Jackie Bounds Sarah Feaster '09 Dr. Jonathan Williamson Ashley Wislock '09 Class Notes Terri Brewer, Sandy Jansson, Rachel Barnes '08, Lisa Steuer '08 Printing Offset Impressions. (archive.org)
  • Departments
  • On 28 October 2006 he received the Renoir Prize from the University of Lecce for outstanding contribution to psychological sciences, lecturing there as well as in the Chemistry and Psychiatry Departments at the University of Bari. (wikipedia.org)
  • He was featured as main speaker at a Symposium at the University of Bari on "Science, Mind, and Creativity" sponsored by the Graduate School and the Departments of Physics, Chemistry, and Psychiatry, which will be published by Nova Science Publishers (see Publications). (wikipedia.org)
  • social
  • In 1949 Bálint met Enid Flora Eichholz, who worked in the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations with a group of social workers and psychologists on the idea of investigating marital problems. (wikipedia.org)
  • In his 2009 essay "Anarchospirituality", he writes: "An anarchospirituality might include horizontal social relations, active analyses of class, race and gender dynamics, a culture of tolerant skepticism toward metaphysical beliefs, lots of fun and play, and commitment to social change. (wikipedia.org)
  • school
  • She was forced to leave school after her father became ill. (wikipedia.org)
  • Corbiere Lavell served as a cabinet appointee or the Commission on the Native Justice System, president or the Nishnawbe Institute, and president of Anduhyaun Inc. After she earned a teaching degree from the University of Western Ontario, she worked as a teacher and school principal. (wikipedia.org)
  • He was a proponent of the Object Relations school. (wikipedia.org)
  • After attending Groton School and Yale University (where he was one of the first presidents of the Yale Political Union and a member of Skull and Bones), Bundy entered Harvard Law School. (wikipedia.org)
  • A homemaker, she raised five children before working at the University of Vermont at the medical library, where she played a key role establishing the medical school audio-visual library. (colby.edu)
  • He graduated from Boston University Law School in 1949 and began a private law practice in Presque Isle, Maine, in 1952. (colby.edu)
  • Jewish
  • Jacob J. Schacter, Senior Scholar at the Center for the Jewish Future at Yeshiva University, editor of a number of volumes about Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik. (wikipedia.org)
  • She is passionate about cultivating a regenerative Jewish culture, developing rites of passage experiences for youth, and working with adolescent girls. (jwa.org)
  • Maryland
  • As you leave The University of Maryland College Park, I trust you take with you the skills and the perseverance that you will need to grow and prosper in the larger world. (archive.org)
  • Recreation and Healtti) 2:00 pm - Engineenng The College Park Campus and the University The Graduates The students graduating from The University of Maryland today follow in the footsteps of many notable College Park Campus graduates who have distinguished themselves in fields as diverse as science, the arts, entertainment, journalism, business, law, medicine and government. (archive.org)
  • president
  • In 2005, he was named Vice-President, External Relations and Secretary-General. (wikipedia.org)
  • His father, Harvey Hollister Bundy, served as an assistant secretary of state to Colonel Henry L. Stimson beginning in 1931, and later as his special assistant on atomic matters when Stimson was Secretary of War under President Franklin D. Roosevelt. (wikipedia.org)
  • editor
  • He was the father of relational theory and author, co-author, editor or co-editor of more than 55 books in the field of American psychology. (wikipedia.org)
  • story
  • He has a Golden Mic award for a story chronicling the plight of Afghan refugee children along the Pakistani frontier and has a regional Emmy Award for a series on the small South Pacific island of Tuvalu in its struggle against global warming. (wikipedia.org)
  • Like Chesnutt's The Conjure Woman (1899) and Wright's Uncle Tom's Children (1938), it is an example of a short story cycle. (wikipedia.org)
  • Center
  • Ginther served internships at the Carter Center in Atlanta, where he taught nonviolence and dispute resolution to children. (wikipedia.org)
  • Karen Antman (Medicine) received the Margaret L. Kripke Legend Award for Promotion of Women in Cancer Medicine and Cancer Science from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. (bu.edu)
  • elite
  • In Sebastian Mallaby's 2010 book entitled More Money Than God: Hedge Funds and the Making of a New Elite, he dedicated a chapter to Michael Steinhardt. (wikipedia.org)
  • COLLEGE PARK
  • i^- THE COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS AND THE UNIVERSITY The Students The College Park Campus gives all students the chance to encounter new persons, new ideas and new interests, all of which they could hardly find elsewhere in such variety. (archive.org)
  • young
  • Kee Chan (Medicine) received the American Public Health Association's Maternal and Child Health Young Professional Award. (bu.edu)
  • George's father, a talented and am- bitious young man. (archive.org)
  • former
  • Marcel Danis, PC (born October 22, 1943) is a Canadian university administrator, lawyer and former politician. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 2013, he was hired to defend Michael Applebaum, the former mayor of Montreal, on corruption charges. (wikipedia.org)
  • state
  • Danis was appointed Deputy Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons, and served in that position until 1990 when he was appointed by Prime Minister Brian Mulroney to the Cabinet as Minister of State for Fitness and Sport, and Minister of State for Youth. (wikipedia.org)
  • works
  • The collection, "marked by pessimism about race relations, as well as a sardonic realism or, contextually: humorous racism," is among his best known works. (wikipedia.org)