Extractions: History Club - Open to any student interested in history, regardless of major or GPA. Members hear speakers on history-related topics and visit area historical sites. Phi Alpha Theta - National history honor society. Open by invitation to students who have a minimum of 12 semester hours of history and a minimum GPA of 3.01, are in upper two-thirds of all remaining courses after history grades are removed, and are in the upper 35% of their respective class. Philosophy Forum - Open to any student, the forum provides an opportunity for philosophical discussion, and seeks to promote interest in philosophical studies, to provide an opportunity for the publication of works in philosophy, to encourage friendship among persons of philosophical temperament, and to promote the ideals in philosophical education. Advice for Entering Freshmen Alumni Careers Course Offerings ...
Campus Organizations There are over 100 campus organizations at Augustana College. Augustana Martial Arts assoc. Augustana Model United Nations Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia - philosophy Club - Physics Club http://www.augustana.edu/campus/groups.htm
VoS - Voice Of The Shuttle Mudus Philosophicus (Cafe des Philosophes) (assoc. for Systematic philosophy MUD and happy hour) (telnet philosophy Depts. ( Episteme.com) philosophy organizations (Tom Stone http://vos.ucsb.edu/browse.asp?id=2724
Unconventional Science Organizations The Parapsychology assoc. Physics organizations List at the INE ELECTRIC SPACECRAFT JOURNAL. Natural philosophy Assn., openminded and dissident science http://www.amasci.com/weird/worg.html
The Math Forum - Math Library - Prof. Assoc/Societies assoc/Societies. Logic and philosophy of Science philosophy in Cyberspace Linksto topics the US, the UK, and elsewhere; Events; organizations; Open Positions http://mathforum.org/library/resource_types/professional/?keyid=9511291&start_at
Clubs And Organizations Student Activities. Student Resource Center (SRC) Room 1800 ( 630) 9422243. E-mail contact. Interested in starting a club that's not listed? Call Meri Phillips at Ext. 2515 or via e-mail contact. Applied Technology assoc. Interior Design Student Soc. Linux Users Group. philosophy Club. Robotics Club Psi Beta. organizations. Choose one. Student Leadership Council (SLC http://www.cod.edu/Studlife/Stud_Act/clubs.htm
Extractions: Student club members should call Student Activities staff member Vanessa Cordonnier at 942-2450 to schedule dates for their club. Academic and Pre-Professional Clubs Choose one Applied Technology Assoc. Fashion Club Interior Design Student Soc. Linux Users Group Philosophy Club Printmaker's, Ink Student Chapter: Professional Convention Man.Assoc. Student Education Assoc. Student Nursing Council Cultural/Ethnic Clubs Choose one Black Student Union Circolo Culturale Italiano Indian Student Association International Student Org. Japanese Culture Club La Rencontre Francaise Latino Ethnic Awareness Assoc. Honors Societies Choose one Alpha Mu Gamma Phi Theta Kappa Psi Beta Literary and Performing Arts Clubs Choose one Concrete Expressions Organizations Choose one Student Leadership Council (SLC) Chaparral Courier Forensics Phi Theta Kappa The Prairie Liqht Review Student Activities Program Board Student/Parent Co-op Political/Social Clubs Choose one American Civil Liberties Union The Campus Greens College Democrats College Republicans Model United Nations
Northwest Baseball Assoc. Of Ga. - Constitution Northwest Baseball assoc. of Ga. Approval of philosophy, objectives, rules and regulations. forsanctioning the league in all requested national organizations. http://www.nwgabaseball.org/Constitution.html
Extractions: Maps to Parks Statement of Mission The NorthWest Baseball Association of Georgia is committed to provide advanced levels of competitive baseball year round for players with the talent and desire to excel beyond recreational leagues into the High School and College programs. Statement of Philosophy The NorthWest Baseball Association (NWBA) believes that a competitive baseball program, in co-operation with a recreational program, will help develop the social and the athletic skills necessary to compete at higher levels. Competitive baseball should function as part of the player's social development. It should offer opportunities to develop fellowship, sportsmanship, teamwork, and good will. It should promote self-realization and all-around growth, and to encourage learning the qualities of good citizenship. Lessons including how to win and lose gracefully are an integral part of each team in our program. This association expects that each individual, including coaches, realize the value of participation, development, and sportsmanship without overemphasizing the importance of winning.
PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE VERSUS DOGMATISM pursued by our colleges and research organizations. We talk and write about philosophy, yet many of our actions has it gone? JAm Chiro assoc 1995;32(l 1) 56 http://www.chiro.org/LINKS/ABSTRACTS/Science_vs_dogmatism.shtml
Extractions: NOTE: This article is reprinted with the permission of National College of Chiropractic and the Journal of Chiropractic Humanities , and is available exclusively at Chiro.Org. A special thanks to Dr. Dana Lawrence, D.C. Thanks to Michael Carstensen, D.C. for scanning these documents for everyone's use! This section is maintained by Frank M. Painter, D.C. Introduction In the minds of many chiropractors, there is an ongoing battle in the chiropractic profession between two factions, one of which believes that the practice of chiropractic should be guided by philosophy and another which believes that science should guide the practice of chiropractic. It is my contention that a battle between philosophy and science does not and cannot exist within the chiropractic profession or any other discipline. I contend that the real battle is between the great majority of chiropractors who unknowingly allow dogmatism to guide the practice of chiropractic and the extremely rare variety of chiropractor who's practice of chiropractic is guided by philosophy and science. In this paper, I will attempt to utilize the so-called "Socratic method" to guide the presentation of information. The "Socratic method" is characterized by a demand for accurate definitions, clear thinking, and exact analysis (1,p.8-9). In Durant's commentary on Socrates, he states:
Organizations/Details 3. To provide an evangelistic assoc. of Optimist International which is the largestservice organization in the To develop optimism as a philosophy of life. http://www.newpaltz.org/Service3.htm
Extractions: The Christian Motorcyclists Assoc. meets on the third Monday of each month. Attendance averages about ten. The local assoc. is in the process of organization and intends affiliation with the national Christian Motorcyclists Assoc. The objective is: Sharing and Showing the Love of Jesus to Motorcyclists. There are three purposes: 1. To provide and encourage members to be active in testimony and Christian witnessing. 2. To provide a Christian fellowship ride group. 3. To provide an evangelistic assoc. for Christian motorcyclists. The slogan is: Changing the World One Heart at a Time.
Welcome To Texas Assoc. Of Homes & Services For The Aging their understanding of and commitment to the nonprofit philosophy. Guide to EffectivePublic Relations for Nonprofit organizations This 42 2004, Texas assoc. http://www.tahsa.org/index.cfm/CFID/941099/CFTOKEN/99674205/MenuItemID/205/MenuG
Extractions: What You Should Know about Housing and Services for Older Adults: This 12-page brochure includes explanations of the various housing and care options available to older adults to help select appropriate services. It also contains a check-list of important questions to ask about housing and services, as well as phone numbers for additional information. Philosophy of Caring-A Commitment to the Older Person through Community Service: The Self-Assessment questionnaire is designed to accompany the Philosophy of Caring brochure. It is an excellent tool for board members to evaluate their understanding of and commitment to the non-profit philosophy. Self-Assessment Brochure: The Self-Assessment questionnaire is designed to accompany the Philosophy of Caring brochure. It is an excellent tool for board members to evaluate their understanding of and commitment to the non-profit philosophy. Price: $0.50 per booklet
HLAI Hispanic Lawyers Assoc. Of Illinois and law students who subscribe to its goals and philosophy to become HLAI also interactsand holds joint programs with several related Hispanic organizations. http://www.hlai.org/body.htm
Extractions: Meet the 2004 HLAI Candidates Welcome The Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois (HLAI) is a not-for-profit corporation that was established in 1995. HLAI was formed through the joining of its predecessor organizations, the Latin American Bar Association and the Mexican American Lawyers Association, which had previously served the Hispanic legal community in Illinois since 1970. HLAI currently represents and serves the interests of approximately 300 attorneys, judges, and law students in the state of Illinois. Our members come from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds and include Mexican American, Puerto Rican, Cuban American, South and Central American practitioners and students. HLAI invites all attorneys and law students who subscribe to its goals and philosophy to become members.Within HLAI are committees that focus on Communications, Community Outreach/Immigration, the Judiciary, Latina Lawyers, Finance, Membership Development, and Professional Development. These committees meet periodically and organize events, seminars, community outreach and other networking opportunities. In addition, HLAI maintains a referral directory that serves as a source of new business for our members. HLAI also interacts and holds joint programs with several related Hispanic organizations. In 1999, HLAI became a founding member of the Latino Professional Association, which is an umbrella organization of other Latino professional societies in the Chicago area.
HLAI Hispanic Lawyers Assoc. Of Illinois I have been involved with various service organizations since graduating from theUniversity of Illinois in 1996 with a philosophy degree, and from that same http://www.hlai.org/election2004.htm
Extractions: Sandra Valenzuela, Candidate for Treasurer of HLAI Felix M. Gonzalez, Candidate for HLAI Board I am a relative newcomer to HLAI politics as this is my first run for an office within the organization. I have chosen to run as I believe the board should be comprised of individuals who bring a fresh perspective to the direction of the organization. We have accomplished many things with some great leaders in the past. Moving forward, we should chart a clear path as we continue to establish ourselves as an organization of integrity, credibility, and service to the community. I feel very motivated and excited about the opportunity to work with board members to increase the visibility of the organization. I have been involved with various service organizations since graduating from the University of Illinois in 1996 with a Philosophy degree, and from that same institution in 1999 with my Juris Doctor. I am most proud of my work with Fuerza, an organization of Hispanic Professionals. This organization has helped to give sizable scholarships to needy students in the Chicago area. I have assisted in the coaching of their Youth Leadership Conference debate team, and assisted with the Tax Assistance Program and filing of student aid applications. I have also given talks to Latino high school students regarding the need to attend college, and my professional experience with the Joliet Archdiocese youth outreach program. If elected to the board, one of my projects would be to develop more community outreach programs to educate our community about legal issues which affect and can improve their daily lives.
Student Organizations Human Resource Management Organization, Arlene Santiago, 46. National StudentSpeech, language and Hearing assoc. philosophy Club, Toby Svoboda, 172. http://www.marquette.edu/osd/organizations/category.html
Extractions: INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES ORGANIZATION LEADERS RESOURCES EVENT CALENDARS ... LEAD CENTER If you would like more information about any of these organizations, email the president at the listed address. Organization Representative Mailbox Academic and Professional A I E S E C Brian Miller Alpha Omega Epsilon Sorority Sarah Gibbons American Marketing Association Christina Robohm American Society of Civil Engineers Carl Schneeman American Society of Exercise Physiologists Theresa Basilo American Society of Mechanical Engineers John Marlow American Student Dental Association Sapna Amin Army ROTC Bradley Ritland Arnold Air Society Ryan Barbour Association for Computing Machinery Kevin Shelley Association of Information Tech Professionals ... Erica Stroobants Economics Association James Shanahan Financial Management Association William Heard Go-Getters Daniel Faxel Human Resource Management Organization Arlene Santiago International Affairs Society Eric Sanders International Affairs Society ... Eric Sanders International Business Student Association Julian Palacios Multicultural Assn. of Communication Students
Fishing Links - Clubs And Organizations IGFA News Upcoming Events philosophy President s Message Organization Objectives NorthernIllinois Anglers assoc . NIAA) is a nonprofit organization that was http://www.identicards.com/links/clubsandorganizations.html
We Get Letters the Federation of Straight Chiropractic organizations (FSCO) taking J Aust Chiropractors assoc., 17468, 1987. the implications for the philosophy of science http://www.chiroweb.com/archives/10/01/28.html
Extractions: MassageToday.com Editor's note: We're still getting letters responding to the "Point/Counterpoint" between Drs. Fred Barge and James Winterstein in the October 25, 1991 issue of "DC." As their debate obviously struck a responsive chord within the profession, we're presenting two more letters on this subject: one from Joseph Sasso, D.C., president of the Federation of Straight Chiropractic Organizations (FSCO) taking Dr. Winterstein to task; and a letter from Keith Charlton, D.C., former president of the Queensland Branch of the Australian Chiropractors' Association (1978-84), on the editorial review board of JMPT, Philosophical Constructs for the Chiropractic Profession, and the Back Letter for Chiropractors, addressing Dr. Barge's comments. Dr. Sasso Speaks Out
Women's Studies Faculty Research interests include nonprofit organizations and their Diane Steinberg Email Web Site, assoc. Professor, Department of philosophy Courses include http://www.csuohio.edu/wcp/faculty.htm