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Maine Aids Alliance Newsletter (December 1990), Maine Aids Allaince Dec 1990

Maine Aids Alliance Newsletter (December 1990), Maine Aids Allaince

Maine AIDS Alliance Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Newsletter: The Center For Professional Ethics, Fall 1990, Case Western Reserve University Oct 1990

Newsletter: The Center For Professional Ethics, Fall 1990, Case Western Reserve University

Center for Professional Ethics

Table of Contents:

  • The Director's Corner: Legacies by Robert Lawry
  • News & Notes
  • Notice: The 1990-1991 Programs
  • Meet the Center's Steering Committee
  • "Doing Ethics!" Heinz's Moral Dilemma
  • Comments on 'Heinz's Moral Dilemma" by Celeste Billhartz
  • "Ethics Case" Ethics in the Military: Confidentiality


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 33 Number 1, Fall 1990, Santa Clara University Oct 1990

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 33 Number 1, Fall 1990, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

12 - PRIESTS & MARRIAGE The Pope has allowed the ordination of nearly 50 married Episcopal priests since 1980. Some see this as a sign of hope for a married priesthood . By Julie Sly '82

18 - THE POWER OF ONE Because of her own personal tragedy, Mary Beth Cahill Phillips '76 forced the state of California to form Trustline, a registry parents can use to check out a nanny. By Susan Frey

20 - THE ART OF BIOGRAPHY Our natural curiosity about each other tempts us into reading biographies the same way we turn to novels. Is peering into the private life of ...


Maine Aids Alliance Newsletter (October 1990), Maine Aids Allaince Oct 1990

Maine Aids Alliance Newsletter (October 1990), Maine Aids Allaince

Maine AIDS Alliance Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Maine Aids Alliance Newsletter (August 1990), Maine Aids Allaince Aug 1990

Maine Aids Alliance Newsletter (August 1990), Maine Aids Allaince

Maine AIDS Alliance Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 32 Number 4, Summer 1990, Santa Clara University Jul 1990

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 32 Number 4, Summer 1990, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

10 - WHAT'S UP WITH COMIC BOOKS? Comic books aren't what they used to be but they continue to charm our children. By Mitch Finley '73

14 - STRESS, ILLNESS, AND PSYCHOTHERAPY The meaning of a stressful situation determines whether it is perceived as a challenge to be overcome or a demoralization. By Jerome D. Frank

18 - A BEELINE TO THE USA "Killer" bees have been winging their way from Brazil since scores of queens escaped a Sao Paolo lab in 1957. By Paul M. McCarthy '46

21 - PROMISE & OPPORTUNITY An economic forecast for the 1990s by the University's ...


The Aids Project Newsletter, Vol.3, No.2 (Summer/Fall 1990), John Moore, The Aids Project Jul 1990

The Aids Project Newsletter, Vol.3, No.2 (Summer/Fall 1990), John Moore, The Aids Project

The AIDS Project Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Maine Aids Alliance Newsletter (June 1990), Maine Aids Allaince Jun 1990

Maine Aids Alliance Newsletter (June 1990), Maine Aids Allaince

Maine AIDS Alliance Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Update - May 1990, Loma Linda University Center For Christian Bioethics May 1990

Update - May 1990, Loma Linda University Center For Christian Bioethics

Update

In this issue:

-- James Walters wins NEH Grant
-- Fraud in Modern Medicine
-- Roy Branson serves as guest professor of medical ethics
-- Cambridge publishes Michael Pearson's study of Adventist ethics

[ RU486: Blessing or Curse? ]
-- Medical Aspects of RU486
-- The Curse of RU486: The Death Pill
-- RU486: A Very Mixed Blessing

-- Robert Wirth sparks aging project


Surface, Aldeen Cowgill, University Of North Texas Health Science Center At Fort Worth Apr 1990

Surface, Aldeen Cowgill, University Of North Texas Health Science Center At Fort Worth

Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine- Oral History Collection

A great-granddaughter of Andrew Taylor Still, Mrs. Surface is the daughter of Henry Rutherford Cowgill, D.O., who graduated in 1905 from the American School of Osteopathy in Kirksville. His mother, Mrs. Surface’s grandmother, was Marusha Still Cowgill (1849-1924), the eldest and only surviving child of A.T. Still’s first marriage to Mary M. Vaughn.

Interviewed by C. Ray Stokes and Dr. Charles Ogilvie in Borger, Texas, April 3, 1990


The Gamut: A Journal Of Ideas And Information, No. 29, Spring 1990, Cleveland State University Apr 1990

The Gamut: A Journal Of Ideas And Information, No. 29, Spring 1990, Cleveland State University

The Gamut Archives

CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 29, SPRING, 1990

Louis T. Milic: Editorial, 2

Yes, We Need a New Pronoun or Something

Sara Ruth Watson: Gustave Eiffel and His Tower, 5

The Masterpiece of the nineteenth century’s greatest bridge builder

Robert J. White: Tumors of the Mind, 18

New techniques of diagnosis and surgery offer hope for victims of brain tumor

Ray Begovich: Paradise—a Nice Place to Visit, 23

Sharks, roaches, tourists, and the darker side of Tahiti

Benji Wald: Swahili: A Major African Language, 34

A lingua franca for seventy million people

Elizabeth P. Kirk: Imaging the Past, 44 ...


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 32 Number 3, Spring 1990, Santa Clara University Apr 1990

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 32 Number 3, Spring 1990, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

10- SERVICE: THE ULTIMATE STRATEGY A restaurant executive reveals his formula for business success: A Satisfied Customer, Guaranteed. By Timothy W. Firnstahl '65

16 - BLENDED FAMILIES By the year 2000, there will be more stepfamilies than any other kind of family. By Peggy Hernandez '78

20 - NORTHERN IRELAND: A REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK The war between the Catholics and the Protestants is 20 years old and there is no peace in sight. By Kevin Kelly '83

24 - THE FUNERAL OF MICHAEL-JO O'MALLEY A Santa Clara Jesuit writes about a unique ritual he witnessed last summer in County Mayo, Ireland. By ...


The Aids Project Newsletter, Vol.3, No.1 (Spring 1990), John Moore, The Aids Project Apr 1990

The Aids Project Newsletter, Vol.3, No.1 (Spring 1990), John Moore, The Aids Project

The AIDS Project Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Ohio Academy Of Medical History Annual Meeting Program, March 10, 1990, Ohio Academy Of Medical History Mar 1990

Ohio Academy Of Medical History Annual Meeting Program, March 10, 1990, Ohio Academy Of Medical History

Annual Conference Programs

This one page program is from the annual meeting of the Ohio Academy of Medical History held on March 10, 1990. The program details the events and presentations of the meeting.


Newsletter: The Center For Professional Ethics, Spring/Summer 1990, Case Western Reserve University Mar 1990

Newsletter: The Center For Professional Ethics, Spring/Summer 1990, Case Western Reserve University

Center for Professional Ethics

Table of Contents:

  • The Director's Corner by Bob Lawry
  • News & Notes
  • "Doing Ethics!" Office Thievery
  • Comments on the "Office Thievery" Case by Rev. John L. Brown
  • "Ethics Case" Heinz's Moral Dilemma


Maine Aids Alliance Newsletter (February 1990), Maine Aids Allaince Feb 1990

Maine Aids Alliance Newsletter (February 1990), Maine Aids Allaince

Maine AIDS Alliance Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Newsletter: The Center For Professional Ethics, Winter 1990, Case Western Reserve University Jan 1990

Newsletter: The Center For Professional Ethics, Winter 1990, Case Western Reserve University

Center for Professional Ethics

Table of Contents:

  • Thoughts From the Director Emeritus: Human Rights vs. Natural Rights: Stewardship of the Earth by Bob Clarke
  • News & Notes
  • "Doing Ethics!" The Bodies
  • Comments on "The Bodies" Case by Harold R. Rauzi
  • "Ethics Case" Office Thievery
  • Notice: The Spring 1990 Program


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 32 Number 2, Winter 1990, Santa Clara University Jan 1990

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 32 Number 2, Winter 1990, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

12 - WHO TAKES CARE OF THE KIDS Day care is one of the major issues society will be forced to grapple with in the 1990s. By Susan Frey

17 - THE GENERAL PAYS A VISIT The superior general of the Jesuit order makes a rare visit to Santa Clara and addresses the SCU and Bellarmine communities. By Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J.

22 - PASSPORT TO FRIENDSHIP A Nome, Alaska Cub Scout troop makes the ultimate field trip, an exchange visit with the Young Pioneers in Provideniya, Russia. By Claire Murphy

26 - WHO, ME? Hazelden is considered the nation's premier drug and ...