Extractions: American Advertising Federation (AAF) has joined the Community Career Network (Search "jobs"), an internet network of job sites (Boxwood Technology) for industry-specific professional and trade assoc., publications and educational institutions. Recruiters pay $150 for one posting or $500 per month for unlimited postings. Job seekers who apply to individual positions are also asked if they want their resume to be public or kept confidential. Job seeker is advised that it is their responsibility to remove personal info. The association's membership is public something we'll never understand. There is no way to determine how many jobs are really posted on this site. One valuable asset is their annual listing of more than 1500 college internships. This publication is sent to each student chapter and provided via mail for $10 to others. Links to additional internships are provided.
Untitled 94) American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science Chair, Nominating Comm., astronomy Electorate (1981 197982; Member, org. Comm., 1976-85 in Policy Making" (Geol. soc. Am., Natl http://www.boulder.swri.edu/clark/cvvs.html
Extractions: A.B., Astronomy, Harvard College, 1967 M.S., Meteorology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968 Ph.D., Planetary Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1972 Boulder Dept. Space Studies, Div 15; Institute Scientist, member Advisory Comm. Res. (Consulting Employee, Science Applications Intl. Corp., 1995-99; Adjunct Professor and Co-Investigator of NASA CU Astrobiology Inst., Univ. Colorado 1998 - present.) (Part of SJI since Feb. 1995; formerly a division of SAIC.) Senior Scientist. (On sabbatical to Institute for Astronomy, Univ. of Hawaii, Aug. 1984 - Feb. 1985). Associate Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research (1976-78) Icarus: Member, Editorial Board, 1978-80; Assoc. Editor, 1981-91 Co-Editor, Mercury, Univ. of Ariz. Press, 1988 (with F. Vilas and M.S. Matthews) Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets (1991-94) Co-Author
Arts And Sciences for Computing Machinery (ACM) Assoc. for Women in Computing. astronomy Club. Biochemistry Club Studies Grad. Student org. society of Physics Students. soc. of Professional Journalists http://www.hokiehandbook.vt.edu/artsci.html
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Extractions: Who's Who in Nebraska, 1940 Abbott - Baldrige Greenberg - Hibben Noyes - Pratt Baldwin - Bradshaw ... Wellman - Zuercher in Nebraska Douglas KROEGER, REINHOLD H : Banker; b Deshler, Neb May 16, 1898; s of Louis Kroeger-Anna Braun; ed Grand Island; Boyes Bus Coll; m Anna Stohlman Oct 3, 1926 Louisvllle; s Donald R; d Margaret Ann; 1914- with Livestock Natl Bank of Omaha, now VP; active in Comm Chest drives; Stockyards 400 Club; Ad-Sell League; YMCA; C of C; Luth Ch; Rep; hobbies, hunting, fishing, nature; off Livestock National Bank; res 2412 Lamont, Omaha. KRUG, W J KUBITSHEK, HERMINE B KUEHL, GARSTEN FREDERICK o ; Tangier Shrine; Luth Ch, pres 8 years; Rep; hobby, athletics; father (dec) was bricklayer, farmed in Douglas Co 38 years; res Benson Station, Omaha. KUENNE, OSCAR FRANK KUHN, JOHN A KUHNS, BARTON HAY KUHNS, MRS KATHRYN : Homemaker; b Omaha, Neb; d of W F Bavinger-Vera Cox; ed Brownell Hall, Omaha; Mt Vernon Seminary, Washington D C, 1930; Progressive Coll of Geneva Switzerland 1931-32; m Barton Hay Kuhns Dec 26, 1936 Omaha; past treas 2 years Jr League of Omaha; bd mbr Douglas Co ARC; mbr Omaha Child Welfare Ed; hobby, violin; res 417 S 38th Ave, Omaha. KUPPINGER, HERMAN E
Links From MathSciNet To Online Articles Astrophys. Chinese astronomy and Astrophysics, Pergamon Press, Inc. Math. soc. Journalof the American Mathematical society, American Mathematical society. Assoc. http://www.ams.org/msnhtml/journal-list.html
Extractions: Help Index MSN-Support MathSciNet has active links to online articles in the following journals. The links take you directly to the online article which may be at the publisher's or journal's Website or at the Website of a service such as JSTOR . Access to full articles may be dependent on having a subscription to that journal or service. The list is in alphabetical order by journal. There is also a list in order by publisher Journal Abbreviation Journal Name Publisher Acta Inform. Acta Informatica Springer-Verlag Adv. in Appl. Math. Advances in Applied Mathematics Academic Press, Inc. Adv. Math. Advances in Mathematics Academic Press, Inc. Aequationes Math. Aequationes Mathematicae Algebra Universalis Algebra Universalis University of Manitoba Algorithmica Algorithmica. An International Journal in Computer Science Springer-Verlag Amer. J. Math. American Journal of Mathematics Johns Hopkins University Press Amer. Math. Monthly American Mathematical Monthly Mathematics Association of America Ann. Appl. Probab.
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HBS Publications List--1999 The habu and the brown tree snake. Comstock Publishing Assoc., Ithaca London. Preparedfor the University of Hawaii Institute of astronomy. 1999008. soc. http://hbs.bishopmuseum.org/pub1999.html
Extractions: Publications for 2003 1999-003. Englund, R. and Preston, D.J. 1999. Draft Report. Biological Assessment of the Lower Hamakua Ditch on the Hawaiian Stream Fly ( Sigmatineurum meaohi ) and other aquatic insects. Report prepared for USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Honolulu, Hawaii. [ pdf 1999-005. Howarth, F.G. 1999. Environmental risks of biological control of vertebrates, p. 399-410. In: Problem snake managment. The habu and the brown tree snake. Bishop Museum Tech. Rep. 15, 212 pp. [ pdf 1999-010. Cowie, R.H. 1999. Non-indigenous land and freshwater molluscs in the islands of the Pacific: conservation impacts and threats. Report prepared for SPREP. 1999-011. Eldredge, R.H. 1999. Nonindigenous freshwater fishes, amphibians, and crustaceans of the Pacific. Report prepared for SPREP.
Extractions: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Chapter Affiliation: University of New Mexico Sigma Xi and Other Activities: Sigma Xi: Chapter Executive Committee, 1982-to date; Chapter Delegate to Annual Meeting,1983-87 and 1995; Chapter Treasurer, 83-85; Chapter Secretary, 85-86; Chapter President-elect, 86-87; Chapter President, 88,91,93-96; Southwest Regional Director, 95-98. Other: IEEE, Albuquerque Section, Awards Chair, 85-to date: Treasurer, 1996-to date ; Chairman: Local Organizing Committee, 176th Am. Astronom. Soc, Meeting, 1990. Biographical Information: Additional Comments: I will continue to do my best to help Sigma Xi become a thriving organization once again. The Committee on Nominations has an important function to look for the leaders who can provide Sigma Xi the visibility to the outside world and inspiration to the members on a continuing basis to ensure the organizationâs continued prosperity into the new millenium. I will devote my efforts towards finding quality leaders for the next three years.
Extractions: E-mail: email@example.com Chapter Affiliation: University of New Mexico Candidate's Statement: I have been involved in Sigma Xi actiities for several years which indicates my commitment to Sigma Xi. I have the organizational, leadership, and management skills to lead the group. I will promote issues for: continued future success, visibility and effectiveness; reversing the monotonic decline in membership; developing programs to retain student members after graduation; developing position statements on our needs and interests to help our elected officials represent our constituency better; and the continued financial stability of Sigma Xi. Sigma Xi and Other Activities: Biographical Information: B.Sc. (hons), Ph.D. (1960) in Physics; Visiting Prof, UNESCO (1962-63), IAEA (1965-67); Pan Am Un (1967-68); Prof Physics, UNM (1968-); Visiting Sr Scient, NASA Hqrs (1987-88); Fellow, Am Phys Soc; Life Sr Mem, IEEE; Mem, Int Astr Un, Am Astr Soc, Am Met Soc, Am Geophys Un, Cert of Appr, AGU (1987), NASA (1988), UNM (1982, 1987, 1994, 2000); IEEE Third Millennium Medal (2000); Res Grants, US/AFOSR (1962-69), NSF (1964-81), NASA (1972-77, 1988-95), NSF ("Galactic Cosmic Ray Modulation at High Rigidities," 1999-02); Refereed Papers (73); Conference Papers (92); Contributed Papers (90); Public Talks (51); Review Panels (76).
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List Of Active Newsgroups (Part 3) sci.astro.research Forum in astronomy/astrophysics research. soc.college.gradinfoInformation about graduate schools. soc.college.org.aiesec The Int l Assoc. http://www.faqs.org/faqs/active-newsgroups/part3/
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7th - 12th Science Internet Web Sites http//oldsci.eiu.edu/geology/NAGT/NAGT.hmtl Nat. Assoc. astronomy / Cosmology/ Space Exploration. www.aspsky.org - Project Astro / astronomy soc. http://www.sd81.k12.wa.us/Science/second/scisite.htm
Extractions: Population Issues General Web Sites http://www.nas.edu - National Academy of Science (NAS) http://www2.nas.edu/center - National Research Council / Center for Mathematics, Science and Engineering Education http://www.nas.edu/rise - National Academy of Science / Resources for Involving Scientists in Education http://www.si.edu/nsrc - National Science Resource Center http://www.si.edu/organiza/offices/scires/rtess.htm - National Science Resource Center / Resource Collection http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/nise/index.html - National Institute for Science Education http://www.learner.org - Annenberg / CPB Math and Science Project http://educate.si.edu - Smithsonian Institution http://www.nationalgeographic.com/
Ostrich society for the History of astronomy, American Association of Physics Teachers officer. Pacific Planetarium Assoc - director, Community Affiliations. soc. http://www.redlandsfortnightly.org/ostrich.htm
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Some Notes On Quackery success of astrology is due to the failures of astronomy. underground; participationin the laetrile movement (Markle) soc Sci American Medical Assoc., 1993. http://www.ncahf.org/articles/o-r/quackery.html
Extractions: Article Index NCAHF Home Page Webster's Dictionary defines quackery as "the actions or pretensions of a quack," and a quack as "a pretender to medical skills he does not possess." Quack is short for "quacksalver"  meaning literally to quack "like a duck about his 'salves' and remedies."  The duck symbolizes quackery because it makes a lot of noise about nothing. A congressional study defined a quack as "Anyone who promote medical schemes or remedies known to be false, or which are unproven, for a profit." Quackery is as quackery does, and the defining behavior of quackery is promotionalism . To promote is "to contribute to the growth and prosperity of; to present for public acceptance through advertising and publicity." Advertising is less pernicious than publicity because it is recognizable as a sales vehicle. Publicity generally passes as being noncommercial information, but publicity about quackery is a form of hidden advertising. Publicity abuse has been dubbed flackery  the actions of a flack : one who provides publicity; a press agent.
Aust. Math. Soc. Gazette Vol 22 No 5 Dr Sverre Aarseth Institute of astronomy, Cambridge, UK; @\ 12 to 27 January1996; astronomy; Monash University, Clayton. Contact Dr RA Mardling. assoc. http://www.austms.org.au/Publ/Gazette/1995/Dec95/visit.html
Extractions: Australian Math Society Web Site - the Gazette Below is a list of mathematicians who are (or will be) visiting Australia or New Zealand. The main purpose of this section is to enable institutions, other than the principal host institution, to invite these visitors to spend some time with them. We would ask, however, that anyone wishing to issue such an invitation to a visitor do so in cooperation with the listed contact for enquiries. This will ease the contact's task of coordinating the visit as a whole. Please send details of visitors to your department to the Editor of the Gazette Details about each visitor are presented in the following order: name of visitor; home institution; whether accompanied; dates of visit; principal host institution; principal field of interest; contact for enquiries; comments. Dr Sverre Aarseth Contact: Dr R. A. Mardling. Professor Dan Archdeacon University of Vermont, USA; son; 27 January to 4 April 1996; combinatorics; University of Auckland. Contact: Dr Paul Bonnington.
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World Scientists Statement 185 Dr. Reinald Doebel Institute of sociology Rural and Development soc. Assoc. U.of East London UK 528 Martyn Wells Astronomer UK astronomy Technology Centre http://www.i-sis.org.uk/list.php
Extractions: USERNAME PASSWORD Open Letter from World Scientists to All Governments Concerning Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) Previous versions of this letter were submitted to many governments and international forums including: World Trade Organization UN Biosafety Protocol Meeting UN Commission on Sustainable Development Conference on Sustainable Agriculture in New York (April 24-May 5, 2000)
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Extractions: 2003-2004 OCPA Executive Council President Liu, Keh-Fei Dept. of Phys. and Astronomy firstname.lastname@example.org University of Kentucky tel Lexington KY USA (fax) 859-323-2846 Vice-President PENG, Jen- Chieh email@example.com Department of Physics tel 1110 W. Green St. , UIUC (Fax) 217-333-1215 Urbana IL USA Secretary TUNG, Wu- Ki Tung Tung@pa.msu.edu tel Michigan State University (fax) 517-355-6661 East Lansing MI USA Treasurer FUNG, Sun- Yiu firstname.lastname@example.org Physics Dept tel U of California (fax) 909-787-4529 Riverside CA USA Awards Committee Chair (already confirmed, one-year term, NG, Cheuk-Yiu email@example.com Department of Chemistry tel University of California at Davis (fax) 530-752-8995 Davis California USA Communication Committee Chair CHEN, Wei firstname.lastname@example.org 565 Edmund Terrace (tel) 201-2611-9408 Paramus NJ Membership Committee Chair REN, Shang -Fen email@example.com Department of Physics tel Illinois State University (fax) 309-438-5413 Normal IL Immediate Past President Chang, Tu-nan Dept. of Phys. and Astronomy firstname.lastname@example.org University of So. California tel Los Angeles CA USA (fax) 213-740-1506 * Other members to be confirmed by the elected members of the Executive Council Councilor-at-Large CHAN, Moses (Penn State U)