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Law Library Blog (April 2021): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Of Law Apr 2021

Law Library Blog (April 2021): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Law Library Newsletters/Blog

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Off The Grid, Sara De Waal Mar 2021

Off The Grid, Sara De Waal

The Voice

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Looking The World Back To Grace: The Art Of Sara De Waal, James C. Schaap Mar 2021

Looking The World Back To Grace: The Art Of Sara De Waal, James C. Schaap

The Voice

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The More, The Merrier, Sarah Moss Mar 2021

The More, The Merrier, Sarah Moss

The Voice

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Farmer Joe The Illustrator, James C. Schaap Jan 2021

Farmer Joe The Illustrator, James C. Schaap

The Voice

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Doing Real Work For Real People With Real Needs, Alicia Bowar Jan 2021

Doing Real Work For Real People With Real Needs, Alicia Bowar

The Voice

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Booming In Ag, Bethany Van Voorst Jan 2021

Booming In Ag, Bethany Van Voorst

The Voice

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The Reluctant Politician, James C. Schaap Jan 2021

The Reluctant Politician, James C. Schaap

The Voice

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Innovator - Fall 2020 Nov 2020

Innovator - Fall 2020

Innovator

05 - Message from the President

09 - An Inflection Point for Higher Education

10 - Time Machine: Heart and Lung

16 - The Nexus: News at Jefferson

24 - Newest American Girl Doll

28 - Establishing a Global Classroom

30 - Textile Professionals Answer a Looming Need

34 - Getting Physics-al

38 - The Global Studio

44 - Houston, We Have a Solution

50 - Question & Innovate

54 - The Weave of Possibility

60 - Reimagine

64 - Ram Roundup

68 - Class Notes

72 - In Memory

74 - Trivia


Innovator - Winter 2020 Nov 2020

Innovator - Winter 2020

Innovator

8 - A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

10 - WHAT’S HAPPENING AT JEFFERSON

16 - DEFINING THE FUTURE OF LEARNING AND WORK
How well are institutions of higher education preparing their graduates for the realities of work in the 21st century?

26 - IT’S IN OUR DNA
Innovative partnership leads to Jefferson Institute for Bioprocessing.

32 - JEFFERSON IS GLOBAL
Jefferson’s study away program provides life-changing experiences for students.

36 - PURSUING KNOWLEDGE AND IMPACT
Provost Mark L. Tykocinski, MD, explores the different research initiatives happening across Jefferson.

38 - LIVING THE DREAM
Jefferson grad orbits among the stars like LL Cool J and ...


Innovator - Fall 2016 Nov 2020

Innovator - Fall 2016

Innovator

4 - What’s Now: Impact Edition

6 - Building the Futures Center

9 - Snapshots of Impact

12 - The Six Steps to Success

16 - On Common Ground

18 - Opening the Door of Opportunity

20 - A Team Effort

24 - The Clash of Tradition and Technology

26 - Enriching the Student Experience

27 - Who Named the Rams?

27 - Financial Information


Innovator - Winter 2015 Nov 2020

Innovator - Winter 2015

Innovator

4 - What’s Now: Impact Edition

6 - Athletics

8 - W. W. Smith Scholarship

12 - A Full Embrace

18 - Donor Honor Roll

23 - Financial Information


Innovator - Fall 2014 Nov 2020

Innovator - Fall 2014

Innovator

4 - What’s Now: Impact Edition

6 - Scholarships

8 - Term Chairs

10 - Power to Innovate Campaign

20 - Donor Profile: Handsel Minyard

23 - Financial Information


Innovator - Fall/Winter 2013 Nov 2020

Innovator - Fall/Winter 2013

Innovator

1 - THE BIG PICTURE

8 - WHAT’S NOW

16 - PINBOARD

17 - MIKE MADE THAT
Mike Leonard, academic dean of the School of Design and Engineering, gives us the inside story about his role in the invention of just about everything.

20 - MEET THE NEW BOARD CHAIR
Entrepreneur and education advocate, Eileen Martinson ’86, brings her passion and expertise for smart technology and education to her new role as Board Chair.

24 - THE DEC CENTER
Built to evolve as curricula changes, the DEC Center has quickly become the campus’ new academic hub.

26 - CHARTING THE FUTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
The landscape ...


Innovator - Fall 2012 Nov 2020

Innovator - Fall 2012

Innovator

02 - A TRANSFORMATIVE GIFT
With his donation of $15 million, the largest single gift in University history, in support of the Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce, Maurice Kanbar ’52, H’03 continues his unwavering support of his alma mater.

06 - PRESIDENT SPINEELI COMMENTARY
President Spinelli, a leading authority in entrepreneurship, describes the experience of teaching innovation to freshmen.

08 - WHAT'S THE PROBLEM?
Freshmen in the Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce become professionals and learn how to turn problems into opportunities by working in real-world settings right from the start of their college careers.

12 - GOING ...


Innovator - Summer 2011 Nov 2020

Innovator - Summer 2011

Innovator

02 - LIVING IN YOUR GENES
Through its nationally ranked physician assistant studies program — led by insightful faculty and an award-winning champion of genetic literacy education — PhilaU is transforming a generation to “think genetically.”

06 - PRESIDENT SPINELLI COMMENTARY
New College structure maximizes students’ experiences

08 - QUIET ON THE SET
Emmy-nominated alumna Kim Wannop ’99 dresses six or more sets each week for Fox’s hit TV show Bones.

12 - MEET RON KANDER, PH.D.
The executive dean of the College of Design, Engineering and Commerce leads a revolutionary, transdisciplinary curriculum.

18 - NEWS

22 - PROFILES

24 - Q&A WITH BETH FRENCH ’08 ...


Innovator - Fall 2010 Nov 2020

Innovator - Fall 2010

Innovator

2 - TEXTILE LEGACY LEADING TO BIOMEDICAL BREAKTHROUGHS
PhilaU researchers developing a cardiac patch

6 - PRESIDENT SPINELLI COMMENTARY
A Great Return on Investment

8 - THE BUSINESS OF FASHION
Fashion thinking zeros in on bottom line

14 - MEN IN FLIGHT
Guggenheim Fellow chronicles history of male flight attendants

18 - PHILAU NEWS

22 - Q&A WITH NATHAN VANHOOK ’03
Alumnus designs new Nike shoe “Aina Chukka”

24 - PROFILES

28 - PHILAU AROUND THE WORLD
Alumni, faculty and students’ global impact

33 - AWARDS AND HONORS

34 - A THIRD DIMENSION TO THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS EXPERIENCE
Faculty commentary by D.K. Malhotra, Ph.D.

38 - FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS ...


Innovator - Winter 2010 Nov 2020

Innovator - Winter 2010

Innovator

2 - STEPPING FORWARD AS A NATIONAL MODEL
PhilaU takes a leadership role in green education

6 - 125 THINGS THAT MAKE PHILAU GREAT
Celebrating our 125th Anniversary

12 - PRESIDENT SPINELLI COMMENTARY
A Solid Foundation for the 21st Century

14 - NEW VISION FOR THE ACADEMY
A day in the life of Provost Randy Swearer

18 - STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
Developing the model for professional education in the 21st century

22 - PROFILES

24 - TRUSTEE UPDATE

26 - PHILAU NEWS

31 - AWARDS AND HONORS

32 - EMBRACING THE NEW WORLD OF PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
Faculty commentary by Michael A. Rackover, PA-C, MS

34 - FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

42 - IN THE NEWS ...


Guide To The Linfield University Outdoor Plaques Collection, Linfield Archives Nov 2020

Guide To The Linfield University Outdoor Plaques Collection, Linfield Archives

Linfield Archives Finding Aids

This finding aid represents a collection of outdoor plaques found throughout the Linfield University campus in McMinnville. It includes information about stone/bench engravings, plaques, and other memorials. There has been no previous inventory of these plaques.


Covid-19_Umaine News_Wabi, Centralmaine.Com Promote Virtual Umaine Homecoming Oct 16-18, University Of Maine Division Of Marketing And Communications Oct 2020

Covid-19_Umaine News_Wabi, Centralmaine.Com Promote Virtual Umaine Homecoming Oct 16-18, University Of Maine Division Of Marketing And Communications

Division of Marketing & Communications

Screenshot of UMaine in the News regarding WABI (Channel 5) and Centralmaine.com picking up a University of Maine news release highlighting activities planned for UMaine's virtual homecoming.


Alumni Association_Students Return To Campus With New Protocols In Place Webpage, University Of Maine Alumni Association Oct 2020

Alumni Association_Students Return To Campus With New Protocols In Place Webpage, University Of Maine Alumni Association

Alumni Association

Screenshot of University of Maine Alumni Association webpage featuring information regarding the return to campus for the 2020 Fall Semester.


Foreign Language News, Georgia Southern University Oct 2020

Foreign Language News, Georgia Southern University

World Languages and Cultures News Blog

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Du Mez Brings Energy To Engineering, Lydia Marcus Sep 2020

Du Mez Brings Energy To Engineering, Lydia Marcus

The Voice

No abstract provided.


Visser Helps People Overcome, Learn, And Make Changes, Bethany Van Voorst Sep 2020

Visser Helps People Overcome, Learn, And Make Changes, Bethany Van Voorst

The Voice

No abstract provided.


Farmer Joe The Illustrator, James C. Schaap Sep 2020

Farmer Joe The Illustrator, James C. Schaap

The Voice

No abstract provided.


George And Rosie Rich, Interviewed By Bruce Leslie, Jacob Tynan, Bruce Leslie Jun 2020

George And Rosie Rich, Interviewed By Bruce Leslie, Jacob Tynan, Bruce Leslie

Interviews With Staff Past & Present

Rosie A. Rich worked at SUNY Brockport for six years from 1958 to 1964. She taught health and served as a faculty advisor for women's bowling, field hockey, swimming, water ballet, and in many more sports in Brockport's athletics and physical education department.

George Rich is an alumnus of SUNY Brockport, and was in the Class of 1954 and Class of 1962 for his BS, MS, and his CERT. He attended the Campus School as a child, as he is a Brockport native. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Brockport as well as his Master ...


Allison Dentinger, Interviewed By Roy Rodriguez, Jacob Tynan, Roy Rodriguez May 2020

Allison Dentinger, Interviewed By Roy Rodriguez, Jacob Tynan, Roy Rodriguez

Interviews With Students Past & Present

Allison Dentinger earned her bachelor's degree in History and Adolescent Inclusive Education in 2013 and her master's degree in Social Studies Education in 2016. She no longer teaches. As of November, she now works as a case manager at a Medicare/Medicaid clinic in Rochester, and lives and works in a house of hospitality nearby. She also advocates and works toward the implementation of rent stabilization policies in Rochester.


Elizabeth Banner, Interviewed By Shannon Regelsberger, Jacob Tynan, Shannon Regelsberger May 2020

Elizabeth Banner, Interviewed By Shannon Regelsberger, Jacob Tynan, Shannon Regelsberger

Interviews With Staff Past & Present

Elizabeth Banner was raised in the Brockport area, and many of her childhood friends were the children of contemporary Brockport College professors. She attended and graduated from the Brockport Central School District. She earned her Bachelor's degree in music education at Ithaca College, then earned her Master of Arts in Liberal Studies at SUNY Brockport. Since the early nineties, Banner has taught two courses, children's methods class for music and Intro to Music, at SUNY Brockport, while continuing to be involved in the drama department at the Brockport Central School District.


Barb Gifford, Interviewed By Jessy Blackburn, Jacob Tynan, Jessy Blackburn May 2020

Barb Gifford, Interviewed By Jessy Blackburn, Jacob Tynan, Jessy Blackburn

Interviews With Students Past & Present

Barb Gifford was born and raised in Clifton Springs. She earned her Associate's Degree at Mohawk Valley Community College, and then transferred to SUNY Brockport, where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology. After having her first child, she and her family moved back to Clifton Springs and worked at the Clifton Springs hospital as a social worker for nearly thirty years. In early 2018, she moved back to Brockport to live closer to her daughter, who teaches at the Brockport Central School District, and to help take care of her grandchildren. As of November 2019, she has ...


Dan Burns, Interviewed By Joe Hickey, Jacob Tynan, Joe Hickey May 2020

Dan Burns, Interviewed By Joe Hickey, Jacob Tynan, Joe Hickey

Interviews With Students Past & Present

Dan Burns enrolled at SUNY Brockport after graduating from high school in 1964, but dropped out after a year and a half. He then worked in a tin can factory, at a funeral home as an apprentice, and at an Ossabaw writers and artists colony as a maintenance worker, before returning to Brockport and completing his degree in History in 1979. He student taught in Rio de Janeiro through Brockport, then taught in an American school in Asuncion, Paraguay for four years. He then worked at the Lakeside hospital, Lakeside nursing home, and as environmental services director for the Mariette ...