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  1. An analysis of Rhode Island public high school library/media centers using national, regional, and state standards as evaluative criteria by Patricia Jean Munzer, 1983

61. Covering Kids & Families: Back-to-School 2003 Events
Providence (August 23) media, Outreach and Enrollment Event The Neighborhood Health Plan of rhode island and the are hosting a Back-to-school health fair

62. Evelyn Daniel's Home Page
case of distance education) the universities of rhode island, California at Services Fall 2001; INLS 241 The school Library media Center - Fall 2002
Evelyn H. Daniel
School of Information and Library Science

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Email
Office Telephone
Office Fax
P.O. Address
: CB #3360, 216 Manning Hall
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3360
About Me
I arrived in Chapel Hill in June 1985 and spent my first five years here as Dean of the School. Prior to that I served as dean for five years at Syracuse University. I like being a faculty member better than being an administrator because of the opportunity to work closer with students and because there's greater variety in the job. About Teaching . I have taught a variety of subjects at (or for listed below About Research. I've done a fair amount of writing on education matters and information management. In addition, I currently have several funded and unfunded research projects. One is a large collaborative and long-term project with the UNC Herbarium and the NC Botanical Garden. See Plant Information Center Project for more information about it. I currently have a grant to develop a distance education certificate program for post-MLS people seeking licensure as a school library media specialist (see School Library Media Coordinator Program . I also have a grant from the International Federation of Library Associations to create an online database and current edition of the World Guide to Library, Archive and Information Science Education

63. Media Resource Center For Last Acts Campaign
Most Vulnerable Population, Lead Organizations Brown University?s Center for Gerontology and Health Care Research, University of rhode island school of Nursing

64. RI Tourism Industry: Media Room
MUSEUM OF ART, rhode island school OF DESIGN One of America s finest small museums; its The Daphne Farago Wing is a center dedicated to the display and





Top Rhode Island Attractions
These fabled mansions, the extravagant "summer cottages" of America's Gilded Age portray the opulence of a bygone era. Six of these palatial estates are owned, maintained and operated by the Preservation Society of Newport County. Privately owned mansions include: The Astors' Beechwood, where costumed actors recreate the fabulous 1890's lifestyle; Rough Point, former home of tobacco heiress, Doris Duke; the American Illustration Museum, and Belcourt Castle, summer residence of Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont.
BENEFIT STREET'S MILE OF HISTORY: The most impressive concentration of original Colonial homes in America. Beautifully restored houses, churches and museums overlook the city's historic waterfront. Walking or escorted bus tours conducted by the Providence Preservation Society.
SLATER MILL HISTORIC SITE: Old Slater Mill (1793), "Birthplace of the American Industry", was the first factory in America to successfully produce cotton yarn with water-powered machines. The mill now houses operating machinery used to illustrate the process of converting raw cotton to finished cloth. The historical treasure also includes the Sylvanus Brown House (1758) and the Wilkinson Mill (1810). A reconstructed 16,000 lb. water wheel is still in operation.
INTERNATIONAL TENNIS HALL OF FAME: For tennis lovers, the oldest grass courts in America, and the only ones open for public play, can be found at the International Tennis Hall of Fame, located in the historic Newport Casino. The Hall of Fame brings world-class tennis competition to Newport each year. In addition, the Tennis Hall of Fame Museum features displays, artifacts and exhibits covering over a century of tennis history.

65. RI Tourism Industry: Media Room
and its signature event, WaterFire, the Fleet Skating Center, and Providence home of the Ivy League Brown University and renowned rhode island school of Design





"The best place to live and work in the northeastern United States." "One of the twelve best vacation places in America." These are the accolades assigned to the State of Rhode Island by editors of Money magazine at the dawn of the new millennium.
In the early 1990s, Providence, the capital city, began a metamorphosis that has been heralded as nothing less than a Renaissance by journalists and visitors from all over the world. Blessed with an abundance of vibrant neighborhoods and 17th and 18th century architecture, Providence has long been considered a "walking" city. This status has been greatly enhanced by the recent addition of attractions such as Waterplace Park & Riverwalk and its signature event, WaterFire, the Fleet Skating Center, and Providence Place, an upscale shopping and entertainment mall. Venetian-inspired footbridges span the canals, connecting the collegiate East Side to the heart of the city. In warm weather, a leisurely ride aboard an authentic Venetian gondola is a singularly romantic experience, unmatched in any other U.S. city.
Thanks, in part, to the presence of the world’s largest culinary college at Johnson & Wales University, Providence is also a premier restaurant city, whose chefs rival those in Boston and New York City. The west end’s Federal Hill neighborhood is infused with the finest Italian fare, while the East Side – home of the Ivy League Brown University and renowned Rhode Island School of Design – is a melting pot of Asian, European and Latin American flavors. And the "downcity" area – where the financial district meets the arts & entertainment district – is well seasoned with acclaimed restaurants featuring award-winning New American cuisine.

66. OfficialCitySites*org - Your Search Starts Here
of more than 85,000 works of art in all media from cultures 5. RISD rhode island school of Design FINE ARTS. rhode island State Council on the Arts. Island Fine Arts

67. Upcoming Appearances
Center for Design Business, rhode island Convention Center. Speech, Harvard Business school Club of New York For media information or review copies, contact
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Virginia Postrel speaks on "The Power of Glamour" at Why is she wearing sunglasses? Here are an audience member's notes on the speech, with illustrations. Speaking Engagements: June 10-12, 2004: Chicago Speech, American Institute of Architects, 2004 National Convention and Expo , McCormick Place June 15, 2004: Minneapolis 6:00 p.m., Lecture Minneapolis Institute of Art , Pillsbury Auditorium.
Free and open to the public. August 5, 2004: Pasadena 7:30 p.m., Speech, Art Center College of Design August 27, 2004: Dallas 8:30 a.m., Speech, International Interior Design Assn. (IIDA) September 20-21, 2004: New York City September 20, 2004
Speech, Harvard Business School Club of New York , midtown Manhattan location TBA 6:30 p.m. Registration
7:00 p.m. Presentation
$30/person non-members, $15/person members
More information here , after mid-June. September 28, 2004: Dallas

68. Rhode Island KIDS COUNT
disseminated through electronic and print media to educate rhode island KIDS COUNT is also a partner in the Supporting Early school Success initiative, an
Rhode Island KIDS COUNT
Description Policy developments in Rhode Island in the late 1990s have shown that, in the eyes of policy makers and the public, kids count. The collaborative work of Rhode Island KIDS COUNT, a statewide children’s policy organization, has contributed to unprecedented increases in the level of support for early childhood education and child care. Rhode Island KIDS COUNT collects and disseminates data on the well-being of Rhode Island’s children, and advocates for and facilitates the development of responsive policies. By framing the issues, stressing their impact on children and communities, bringing together stakeholders, enlisting media support, and collaborating with key groups, Rhode Island KIDS COUNT sets the stage for policies that effectively address the needs of children and families. Partners Rhode Island KIDS COUNT partners with a number of private and public entities:
  • Public-sector partners include the Governor’s Children’s Cabinet (which includes the Directors of five state agencies that serve children); designated policy and data contacts from each of the state agencies providing services to children and families; and state legislators; Foundation partners include The Rhode Island Foundation, The Annie E. Casey Foundation, Prince Charitable Trusts

69. The Chronicle: Career Network
of Technology (MIT) Sabbatical Replacement, Digital media, 19861987 Mendicino Art Center Summer Faculty, Sculpture, 1991 rhode island school of Design
C.V. for the fine and creative arts
This vita is challenging because it comes from such a highly experienced candidate. Since the candidate's goals are primarily administrative, we asked him for more detail about his administrative experience. The revised vita is an example of how someone with a faculty background might position himself for a leadership position. For a faculty position, this candidate should eliminate the objective and include all significant exhibitions and publications, and pieces in permanent collections. He might also give more detail about his teaching experience.
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70. Textile Industries Media Group - Schools
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71. Rhode Island College : Administration
for the project is through the rhode island Capital Fund The new Student media Center, located in the former Snack house children at the State Home and school.
RIC Home About RIC Academics Administration ... Administration : Campus Improvement Projects Rhode Island College continues its extensive renovation, refurbishment, and capital improvement program. These projects are financed from a variety of sources, including general obligation bond issues passed in 1998 and 2000, the Rhode Island Capital Improvement Program, revenue bonds, the Rhode Island College Foundation, the Rhode Island College Alumni Association, third-party grants, and unrestricted College funds. Please bear in mind that this update is a snapshot that is accurate only as of the most recent update of this page. Because of a variety of circumstances beyond the college's direct control, the status and details of each project are subject to change. Campus Master Plan
Adams Library

Alger Hall

Art Center
Whipple Hall
Adams Library
A multi-year building improvement project is underway. During the summer of 2003 the focus is on completion of painting and varnishing and installation of new carpeting on the main floor (Level C), funded through the Asset Protection program. RGB is the architect for this phase of the improvement program. Also underway this summer is a separate project to renovate all restrooms throughout the building, funded through a $349,000 ADA supplemental grant. The design firm for the restroom renovations is Blount Bennett Architects. Alger Hall
After considerable input from faculty, staff, and students, Kite Carbone Architects of Providence (formerly William Kite Architects) has completed schematic plans for the renovation of the 45-year old Alger Hall to serve as a signature home for the College's School of Management and Technology. A total of about $3.5 million is available for the project, including $3 million from the state's Rhode Island Capital Fund and the remainder from other sources, including Asset Protection. In addition to classrooms and faculty offices, plans include new study areas, a large, flexible conference space, and the reconfiguration of building entrances. Construction is expected to begin this fall. It is anticipated that construction could begin during the Fall 2003 semester. On June 2, 2003, Faculty and administrative offices began moving to temporary quarters in Building 2 on the East Campus.

72. Reference Links
Tax Information, Television, media, Travel, Transportation, TestsHarvard Medical school Healthweb Healthfinder Library of Medicine rhode island Cancer Council
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BIOGRAPHY Lives, the Biography Resource
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73. United Way Of Rhode Island - CSRI School
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75. Hank Murta Adams - Objects In Craft Media - Arkansas Arts Center - Collection
OBJECTS IN CRAFT media Hank Murta Adams. x 304.8 mm) The Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection received a BFA degree from the rhode island school of Design


Hank Murta Adams Emzy, 1990

31 in. x 21 in. x 12 in. (787.4 mm x 533.4 mm x 304.8 mm)
The Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection, 1991. 91.40
Hank Murta Adams
Hank Adams' work bridges the vast gap between tradition and innovation. His busts recall centuries-old traditions expressed in marble, bronze and wood. Rather than portraits of mythic gods, heroes, nobility or politicians, Adams models a more generic image, intended to serve as a generalized reference to mankind. His busts have a spiritual kinship to the French artist Jean Dubuffet, whose figures are raw, spontaneous and direct.
Surprisingly, the often fragile nature of glass is transformed in his treatment to a material of great mass and durability like the busts of his historical predecessors. Whereas traditional materials tend to absorb light, Adams' sculpture captures light and enables it to act as an internal resonator, enlivening the surface from within. In addition to a heavily faceted and pitted surface, Adams energizes his forms with embedded debris. These veiled references to a modern industrial world charge the work with political and cultural overtones, endowing a certain dysfunction to his character.
Adams was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1956. He received a B.F.A. degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1978 and studied at the Penland School in North Carolina as well as at Pilchuck Glass School in Washington. He currently lives in Albany, New York.

76. Workshops - 911 Media Arts Center
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Updates, announcements, drawings youth: Media Underground
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... Youth News: Spring 04 Hands-On Animation Intensives
  • Animation I - Sat., Apr. 17, 10am-5pm
  • Animation I - Sat., Aug. 7, 10am-5pm
  • Animation II - Sun., Aug. 8, 10am-5pm
    instructor - Wendy Jackson Hall
    member cost - $ 85
    non member cost - $ 95 Course fee includes a total of 5 hours of independent lab time upon completion of class. (Both sessions includes 5 hours of independent lab time)
    Animation I
    In this intensive one-day workshop, you will learn all about the fine art of frame-by-frame filmmaking in our Hands-On Animation Lab using our Video Lunchbox system. We will explore various animation techniques, including cameraless animation, drawing on film, flipbooks, stop-motion, pixelation and rotoscoping. Bring a bag lunch to eat while we enjoy a screening of animated films that will introduce you to the fascinating history of animation. After taking this course you will be certified to rent time in our animation studio to work on your independent animation projects. Class limit: 8 Animation II
    This class takes off where Animation I ends, delving into additional features of the Video Lunchbox system and exploring advanced animation techniques. The course will cover the use of audio for lip-synch dialogue and animation timed to music and alternative animation techniques such as multi-plane, replacement, sand, paint-on-glass and time-lapse. Bring a bag lunch to eat while we enjoy a screening of animated films that will highlight the course content as well as make parallels between mixed-media and digital animation.
  • 77. UTAH EDUCATIONAL LIBRARY MEDIA ASSOCIATION Promoting Children Reading And Teachi
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    Classes will meet at Met High school media Center Theater 325 Public Street Providence rhode island, Spring 2004 Session Eight Sunday afternoons April 18
    Providence Circus School offers classes in Circus Arts including juggling,acrobatics,clowning,stilt walking and unicycle for children and adults in Rhode Island

    Our own Lub-Dub performing troupe will be performing at festivals and events around Providence this summer. More Trapeze Classes Available! Spring 2004 Session
    Eight Sunday afternoons
    April 18 - June 13
    Classes will meet at:
    Met High School

    Media Center Theater
    325 Public Street
    Providence, Rhode Island
    and The Trapeze Studio
    560 Mineral Spring Avenue Pawtucket, Rhode Island Welcome to Providence Circus School! This is a place where young people can come together to learn skills, create art, and have fun! You can stretch your body and your imagination - with cartwheels and handstands, unicycle and rola-bola, and all manner of goofy characters and improbable skits. We are often invited to participate at community events and if you like to perform we'll find a place for you in our shows. Join us for circus fun! Providence Circus School was founded in 1998, as a project of the What Cheer Art Company, a non-profit Rhode Island arts corporation. The School provides guest classes, performances, and festival participation at schools, community centers, and libraries around the state.

    79. National Dairy Council - Local Spokespeople
    in Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, rhode island and Vermont. she acts as spokesperson for local media. from the Tufts University school of Nutrition Isl

    80. Rhode Island Agriculture News - Media Monitoring Service By EIN News
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