ASSOCIATIONS (Scholarly/Expert/Specialist) Human Kinetics, the Journal of the philosophy of Sport. association for sport, cultureand youth organizations from all Contact person Hisashi SANADA, assoc. http://www.ucalgary.ca/library/ssportsite/assoc.html
Extractions: The CAC seeks to improve the conditions and lives of the college and university ahtlete. The organization strives to create a national players association as a counterbalance to the NCAA. Goals of this association is to facilitate the development of African American men and boys in American society. The association is active in 1)programs and public education, 2) the Black male athlete economic cluster and the 3) the African American male information initiative.
GWeb - GW News/Events Public Health Student assoc. Student association; Ultimate Frisbee Organization; UnitedStates cancer society; amnesty international; philosophy club; program board http://gweb.gwu.edu/mod/orgs/list.cfm?ORG_TYPE=Student Organizations
Title 4. philosophy, assoc.Prof.Dr.M.Goranov. State Power and Administration, assoc.Prof.Dr.T.Radkov. Workingwith Nongovernmental organizations, Sen.Lect.Dr.Y.Tsacheva. http://www.tugab.bg/english/structure/i-2.htm
Extractions: Duration of training: 4 (four) years Subjects Lecturers Fundamentals of Administration Assoc.Prof.Dr.R.Neykova Information Systems and Technologies Assoc.Prof.Dr.L.Tsekov Economics Assoc.Prof.Dr.Ts.Gankova Philosophy Assoc.Prof.Dr.M.Goranov Foreign Language Sen.Lect.D.Tomova Physical Education Assoc.Prof.Dr.R.Tomov Fundamentals of Public Administration Assoc.Prof.Dr.I.Petkov Sociology and Psychology of Administration Prof.Dr.P.Chantov Assoc.Prof.Dr.M.Goranov Constitutional Law Assoc.Prof.Dr.V.Tsankov Political Science Prof.Dr.P.Chantov Public Sector Economics Assoc.Prof.Dr.I.Petkov Public Finance Assoc.Prof.Dr.T.Velev Labour and Labour Relations Assoc.Prof.Dr.I.Petkov History of Bulgarian Economic and Administrative Institutions Assoc.Prof.Dr.T.Radkov Social Psychology Assoc.Prof.Dr.M.Goranov
Academic Staff Courses Paradigms of the political science, philosophy of social assoc. interestsinternational public law, international organizations, legal foundations of http://www.tspmi.vu.lt/?lang=en&cont=acadstaff
Extractions: These groups are recognized and most are funded by the Student Activities Council (SAC) , the branch of the undergraduate student government which is responsible for overseeing the campus-wide activities program. There are a number of other organizations that register with the Office of Student Life but do not belong to SAC. Information on all these groups may be obtained on the Penn Web at http://dolphin.upenn.edu/~oslaf/orgmain.html . All groups welcome new members, graduate and undergraduate alike. Academic Demolition Team
Faculty German 1/5, Introduction to philosophy, Comparative Thought Studies of Societies,Nongovernmental organizations, Research Seminar 1 MALINOWSKI, David, assoc. http://www.ksc.kwansei.ac.jp/08_english/08b_academic_active/08b_faculty.html
Extractions: LINGUIST List 15.172 Mon Jan 19 2004 Books: Philosophy of Language: Hintikka et al (Eds.) Editor for this issue: firstname.lastname@example.org Links to the websites of all LINGUIST's supporting publishers are available at the end of this issue. Jasper.deVaal, Philosophy and Logic: Hintikka, Czarnecki, Kijania-Placek, Placek, Rojszczak (Eds.) Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 18:34:46 -0500 (EST) Title: Philosophy and Logic Subtitle: In Search of the Polish Tradition: Essays in Honour of Jan Wolenski on the Occasion of his 60th Birthday Series Title: Synthese Library 323 Publication Year: 2004 Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers http://www.wkap.nl/ http://www.kluweronline.com Book URL: http://www.wkap.nl/prod/b/1-4020-1721-9 http://linguistlist.org/get-book.html?BookID=8537 Mail to author Respond to list ... Top of issue
Philosophy Research Guide of Science papers sponsored by the philosophy of Science assoc. PoiesisphilosophyOnline Serials this project originally had organizations and associations. http://www.mtholyoke.edu/lits/library/guides/philos.shtml
Extractions: Research Guide Philosophy Ready Reference Searching for Books Indexes E-Texts ... WWW Sites Encyclopedias Bibliographies Books on philosophy are found in the Williston (Main) Library stacks on Level 1 with the call numbers starting B - BD Reference books on philosophy will have the same call number ( B or BD ), but reside in the Reference area and can not be signed out.
Faculty on Information Ethics, Professional Ethics, Critical Thinking, OrganizationalEthics for organizations interested in Instructor of philosophy. assoc. http://www.gonzaga.edu/Academics/Colleges and Schools/College of Arts and Scienc
Extractions: Faculty home /academics /colleges and schools /college of arts and sciences ... Jeremiah Alberg Asst Prof, Philosophy Phone: E-mail: email@example.com Dr. Mark Alfino Associate Professor of Philosophy Phone: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Biography: Kirk Besmer Ast. Professor, Philosophy Phone: David Calhoun Associate Professor and Chairman, Philosophy Department Phone: E-mail: email@example.com Office Hours: Fall 1998 MW 10- 12 TTh 1:30- 3:00 Biography: Timothy Clancy Asst Prof Philosophy Dr. Brian Clayton Associate Professor Phone: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours: FALL 1999 Biography: BA (Philosophy) 1978, Trinity College (Deerfield, IL); MA (Philosophy) 1980, University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN); PhD. (Philosophy) 1987, University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN). Dr. Clayton has taught at Gonzaga since 1986. He is currently the Director of the Catholic Studies Concentration, the Director of the Integrated Studies Program, and the Associate Director of the Institute for Christian Philosophy and the Natural Sciences. Theodore Di Maria Assc Prof, Philosophy
Extractions: 6:30 PM Academic Organizations Student Government Inc. sponsors Co-Curricular organizations to promote academic excellence. If you would like to get involved with any of these organizations, stop by their meetings during designated Common Hours or see their Student Life Liaison, Jack Flynn in DaSilva Hall Rm. 100. Accounting Society - Sullivan B4 Advertising Club - Marillac 137 Alpha Kappa Psi - ***** American Chemical Society - Sullivan B14 AphA - Bent Hall 101A APICS (Management Society) - Marillac 326 Computer Information Club - ***** Criminal Justice Association - Marillac 427 Education Society - Marillac 333A Hospitality Management Assoc. - Sullivan 313 Human Services Administration - ***** Int'l Relations Association - Marillac 224A Lambda Kappa Sigma - Sullivan 304 Legal Society - Marillac 219 Marketing Club - Marillac 226 Math Club - SJH 308 Nat'l Assoc. of Black Accountants - SJH 111A
Philosophy Of The Program at Smith, the geography and common philosophy of institutions in have found positionsat the following schools and organizations. Intercollegiate Tennis assoc. http://www.science.smith.edu/exer_sci/Grad/ESSPhil.html
Extractions: Philosophy of the Program e were filled by women. Ironically, this trend appears fairly stable as 45.6% of head coaching positions of women's teams were held by females in 2000. Consequently, head coaching positions for women's intercollegiate programs during this period of great growth and change were filled, and are being filled, predominantly by males. Concomitantly, the situation is perhaps worse when one examines administration. As Acosta and Carpenter indicate, "in 1972 more than 90% of women's programs were directed by a female," but by 1996, 17.8% of such programs were directed by a female head athletic director. Strikingly, in 23.0 % of women's athletic programs in 2000, no female was involved with administration! While it is not quite clear why this phenomenon occurred, Smith College, the largest undergraduate women's college in the country, A final factor which supported the development of this program is the large number of intercollegiate athletic teams for women at Smith College and in the Pioneer Valley. These teams provide potential opportunities for prospective students to serve as assistant coaches. In addition to Smith, women's athletic programs exist at Amherst, Elms and Mt. Holyoke Colleges. These institutions are all within a 10 mile radius of one another and are connected by a free bus service. Consequently, while most students are placed with teams at Smith, the geography and common philosophy of institutions in the Pioneer Valley made it possible to place a larger number of graduate coaches in situations where they could take on important professional responsibilities, as well as be exposed to a diverse group of coaches having a variety of approaches to their sport.
Extractions: Kappa Delta Pi Educational Honor Society Back to Listing The Rho Eta chapter of Kappa Delta Pi promotes excellence in and recognizes outstanding contributions to education. This honor society endeavors to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship and growth among its members. Qualifications for membership are academic achievement and leadership in education. Advisor: Dr. Starlin Weaver Lambda Beta Honor Society Back to Listing The Lambda Beta Honor Society for Respiratory Care at SU was formed to bring together those who are interested in a career in respiratory care. The purpose of the honor society is to promote, recognize and honor scholarship, achievement, service and character of students, graduates and faculty members of the SU Respiratory Therapy program. Junior and senior student members are available to mentor those wishing to pursue a career in respiratory care. Students will be invited to become members of the SU chapter of Lambda Beta after completing the first semester as a respiratory major with a GPA of 3.0.
Philosophical Organizations Directory of links to philosophyrelated organizations, including societies, institutes, associations, and centers, by subject or alphabetical, from Epistemelinks. http://www.epistemelinks.com/Main/MainOrgs.asp
Northwest Center For Philosophy For Children Nonprofit organization that brings philosophy into the lives of young people through programs in elementary, middle, and high schools, parent organizations, and other organizations serving young people, with a particular emphasis on reaching children who are at risk and educationally disadvantaged. http://depts.washington.edu/nwcenter/
Extractions: The Northwest Center for Philosophy for Children is a non-profit organization that brings philosophy into the lives of young people through programs in elementary, middle, and high schools, parent organizations, and other organizations serving young people, with a particular emphasis on reaching children who are at risk and educationally disadvantaged. For teachers, parents, and other interested adults, the Center offers workshops, given by educators trained in philosophy, about ways to facilitate philosophical dialogues with young people. Read more...
LookSmart - Directory - Science About. AAHPSSS Australasian association for the History, philosophy and Social Studiesof Science. Online newsletters and membership information. AFOS assoc. http://search.looksmart.com/p/browse/us1/us317836/us317911/us53880/us147321/us10