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The Olivetian Volume 73 Number 1, George Andrew Wolfe (Editor) Oct 2005

The Olivetian Volume 73 Number 1, George Andrew Wolfe (Editor)

The Olivetian

The Olivetian is the public relations magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

"The Culture of Giving," by Michael Benson

"Make It Count," by John C. Bowling

"Campus Receives Summer Facelift," by Kate Morgan

"ONU Reports Record-Breaking Enrollment for Ninth Consecutive Year," by Heather (Quimby) Day

"Board of Trustees Unanimously Grants Bowling Five-Year Renewal," by Heather (quimby) Day

"Olivet Recognized as 'Top Tier' University," by Seth Hurd

"Here Am I, Lord. Send me," by Heather (Quimby) Day


Grand Valley Magazine, Vol. 5, No. 1 Fall 2005, Grand Valley State University Oct 2005

Grand Valley Magazine, Vol. 5, No. 1 Fall 2005, Grand Valley State University

Grand Valley Magazine

Grand Valley Magazine is a quarterly publication about Grand Valley State University produced by University Communications since 2001.


Equality News (Fall 2005), Rodney Mondor Oct 2005

Equality News (Fall 2005), Rodney Mondor

Equality News

No abstract provided.


Ironton Resident Documenting Lost Art In River, Chillicothe Gazette Jul 2005

Ironton Resident Documenting Lost Art In River, Chillicothe Gazette

Indian Head Rock Project

An article published in the Chillicothe Gazette on Steve Shaffer's research on petroglyphs in the Ohio River.


The Olivetian Volume 72 Number 4, Brian Allen (Editor) Jul 2005

The Olivetian Volume 72 Number 4, Brian Allen (Editor)

The Olivetian

The Olivetian is the public relations magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

"From Graduation Ceremonies to the Holocaust," by Michael Benson

"Morning Walks," by John C. Bowling

"The Agenda for Excellence," by Gordon C. Wickersham

"Bowling Makes History," by Gordon C. Wickersham

"Reorganizing Olivet's Academic Departments to Energize New Concepts," by Gordon C. Wickersham

"Youth and Children's Ministry Programs Extend Beyond ONU," by Gary Griffin

"ONU Interpreters Bridge the Continents," by Gordon C. Wickersham


Ms-064: Papers Of Henry T. Bream (Class Of 1924), Ashley A. Domm Jul 2005

Ms-064: Papers Of Henry T. Bream (Class Of 1924), Ashley A. Domm

All Finding Aids

This collection contains the personal papers and memorabilia of Henry T. Bream, Class of 1924. It includes, personal correspondence, certificates, photographs, publications, event programs, subject files, newspapers, scrapbooks, and artifacts.

Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids are discovery tools used to describe and provide access to our holdings. Finding aids include historical and biographical information about each collection in addition to inventories of their content. More information about our collections can be found on our website http://www.gettysburg.edu/special_collections/collections/.


Grand Valley Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 3 Summer 2005, Grand Valley State University Jul 2005

Grand Valley Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 3 Summer 2005, Grand Valley State University

Grand Valley Magazine

Grand Valley Magazine is a quarterly publication about Grand Valley State University produced by University Communications since 2001.


Equality News (Summer 2005), Rodney Mondor Jul 2005

Equality News (Summer 2005), Rodney Mondor

Equality News

No abstract provided.


2005 - The Tenth Annual Symposium Of Student Scholars Apr 2005

2005 - The Tenth Annual Symposium Of Student Scholars

Symposium of Student Scholars Program Books

The full program book from the Tenth Annual Symposium of Student Scholars, held on April 8, 2005. Includes abstracts from the presentations and posters.


The Olivetian Volume 72 Number 3, Brian Allen (Editor) Apr 2005

The Olivetian Volume 72 Number 3, Brian Allen (Editor)

The Olivetian

The Olivetian is the public relations magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

"One Book, One Olivet, One Priority," by Michael Benson

"Finding My Glasses," by John C. Bowling

"(Un)Wired," by Caleb Benoit

"Into Africa: Olivet's Maintenance Crew Sets Up Shop at Africa Nazarene University," by Caleb Benoit

"Shining the Light," by Nancy Ruda


Equality News (Spring 2005), Rodney Mondor Apr 2005

Equality News (Spring 2005), Rodney Mondor

Equality News

No abstract provided.


Naccs 32nd Annual Conference, National Association For Chicana And Chicano Studies Mar 2005

Naccs 32nd Annual Conference, National Association For Chicana And Chicano Studies

NACCS Conference Programs

Visión: Articulating, Imagining, and Contextualizing Chicana/o Spaces
April 13-17
Hyatt Regency


Update - March 2005, Loma Linda University Center For Christian Bioethics Mar 2005

Update - March 2005, Loma Linda University Center For Christian Bioethics

Update

In this issue:

-- Review and Critique of Statements on Abuse and Family Violence
-- Seventh-day Adventist Statements on Women's Issues
-- Response to "A Statement on Women's Issues"
-- Seventh-day Adventist Statements on Abuse, A Statement on Abuse and Family Violence
-- Seventh-day Adventist Statements on Abuse, A Statement on Family Violence
-- Seventh-day Adventist Statements on Abuse, Statements on Child Sexual Abuse
-- Editorial


Celebrate! Black History Month At Wright State University, Bolinga Cultural Resources Center Feb 2005

Celebrate! Black History Month At Wright State University, Bolinga Cultural Resources Center

Bolinga Cultural Resources Center Brochures and Promotional Materials

A flyer advertising the various events celebrating Black History Month at Wright State University. The flyer contains a list of events including a performance by pianist Leon Bates, a talk by actor Louis Gossett, a talk by multi-hyphenate Gordon Parks, and more.


Totalitarian Science And Technology, Paul R. Josephson Jan 2005

Totalitarian Science And Technology, Paul R. Josephson

Faculty Books

In Totalitarian Science and Technology Paul Josephson considers how physicists, biologists, and engineers have fared in totalitarian regimes. Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin relied on scientists and engineers to build the infrastructure of their states. The military power of their regimes was largely based on the discovery of physicists and biologists. They sought to use biology to transform nature, including their citizens, with murderous effect in Nazi Germany. They expected scientists to devote themselves entirely to the goals of the state, and were intolerant of deviation from state-sponsored programs and ideology. As a result, physicists, biologists, and engineers suffered from ...


You Can’T Be Mexican: You Talk Just Like Me, Frank S. Mendez Jan 2005

You Can’T Be Mexican: You Talk Just Like Me, Frank S. Mendez

Voices of Diversity

A firsthand account of the immigrant experience in America

Frank Mendez, a child of Mexican immigrants begins his memoir with the story of his father’s harrowing migration from Mexico to Texas in 1920 as he escaped from Zapata’s guerrrillos and continues with his story of growing up in northeast Ohio. He recounts the Mendez family’s experience with the Depression, living in the Lorain, Ohio barrio, labor issues, racism, and World War II. Mendez dropped out of high school in 1943 and enlisted in the Marine Corps where he served twenty-two months in the Pacific theatre. When he ...


The Olivetian Volume 73 Number 2, George Andrew Wolfe (Editor) Jan 2005

The Olivetian Volume 73 Number 2, George Andrew Wolfe (Editor)

The Olivetian

The Olivetian is the public relations magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

"2005 Homecoming," by Kate Morgan

"Olivet and the Liberal Arts," by John C. Bowling

"Going the 'Extra Mile,'" by Heather (Quimby) Day

"Snags in the River of Life," by Michael Benson

"Spanish-Speaking Students in High Demand," by Kate Morgan

"Federal Grant Will Help Put ONU Science Departments on the 'Leading Edge,'" by Heather (Quimby) Day

"National Editor Promotes Ministry by Pursuing Truth and Excellence," by Seth Hurd

"Art in Motion," by Heather (Quimby) Day

"Gift of Life Recorded in New Children's Book," by Kate Morgan


They Were Single Too: 8 Biblical Role Models, David M. Hoffeditz Jan 2005

They Were Single Too: 8 Biblical Role Models, David M. Hoffeditz

Alumni Book Gallery

The Bible holds many examples of adult singles—including Paul, John the Baptist, and Anna—who lived godly, Christ-honoring lives. Through their examples, author David Hoffeditz leads the way to spiritual freedom in the midst of living single today.


Appalachian Uplands Region Map, Canadian-American Center Cartography Jan 2005

Appalachian Uplands Region Map, Canadian-American Center Cartography

Maps for Teaching​ Canada

Map of Canada highlighting the Appalachian Uplands region


Arctic Archipelago Region Map, Canadian-American Center Cartography Jan 2005

Arctic Archipelago Region Map, Canadian-American Center Cartography

Maps for Teaching​ Canada

A map of Canada highlighting the Arctic archipelago region


Aurora Volume 92, Jessica Allison (Editor) Jan 2005

Aurora Volume 92, Jessica Allison (Editor)

Aurora-yearbook

College formerly located at Olivet, Illinois and known as Olivet University, 1912-1923; Olivet College, 1923-1939, Olivet Nazarene College, 1940-1986, Olivet Nazarene University, 1986-


Gvsu Undergraduate And Graduate Catalog, 2005-2006, Grand Valley State University Jan 2005

Gvsu Undergraduate And Graduate Catalog, 2005-2006, Grand Valley State University

Course Catalogs, 1963-Present

Grand Valley State University 2005-2006 undergraduate and/or graduate course catalog published annually to provide students with information and guidance for enrollment.


Gambling: Don't Bet On It, Rex M. Rogers Jan 2005

Gambling: Don't Bet On It, Rex M. Rogers

Alumni Book Gallery

A newly revised and updated look at the rising popularity of legalized gambling and its detrimental effects on individuals and society.


Networks, Homes, Or Congregations: Exploring The Locus Of Immigrant Religiosity, James V. Spickard Jan 2005

Networks, Homes, Or Congregations: Exploring The Locus Of Immigrant Religiosity, James V. Spickard

Our House Book Chapters and Sections

The sociology of religion in the United States has considerable experience with the study of immigrant religion. Unfortunately, the assimilationist model that has dominated this study is only partly relevant to contemporary transnational migrations. This chapter assesses the latest version of this assimilationist model, R. Stephen Warner’s “new congregationalism”. While rightly focusing attention on the role that local congregations play in adjusting immigrants to American life, this approach underplays two key aspects of contemporary immigrant religiosity: 1) the transnational religious networks that make immigration no one-way street; and 2) the importance of non-churched religious practices, with their implications for ...


Studies In Rio Grande Valley History, Milo Kearney, Anthony K. Knopp, Antonio Zavaleta Jan 2005

Studies In Rio Grande Valley History, Milo Kearney, Anthony K. Knopp, Antonio Zavaleta

UTRGV Regional History Series

Historia de Valle Hermoso, Tamaulipas / por Ernesto Escribano Gómez -- How the teachers of Matamoros formed la Union Tamaulipeca / by Alma Ortiz -- The 1971 "Pharr Riot" / by Ned Wallace -- Memoirs of Brownsville politics / by Loddell Batsell -- Economic changes in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas: a bibliographic review / by David J. Mycue -- A short history of land titles in South Texas / by Joseph E. Chance -- The prehistoric peoples of the Rio Grande Delta and their connections with the cultures of Mesoamerica / by Rolando L. Garza -- Peyote: sacred sacrament of the Rio Grande Valley / by Thomas Britten -- Twin cities on a ...


Examining The Impact Of Parental Involvement In A Dual Language Program: Implications For Children And Schools, Juan F. Casas, Carey S. Ryan, Lisa Kelly-Vance, Bridget O. Ryalls, Angela Ferguson, Collette Nero Jan 2005

Examining The Impact Of Parental Involvement In A Dual Language Program: Implications For Children And Schools, Juan F. Casas, Carey S. Ryan, Lisa Kelly-Vance, Bridget O. Ryalls, Angela Ferguson, Collette Nero

Faculty Books and Monographs

Most native-born, English-speaking Americans – if they understood that developing the native language is good for English and good for longterm academic achievement – would support bilingual education. The problem is, almost none of them have heard the case. They have only heard the disinformation, coming from people who oppose these programs for extraneous (i.e., political) reasons (James Crawford, 1999).


Calling The Tune: Impact Of Domestic Worker’S Earnings On Intra-Household Gender Relations, Gul Ozyegin Jan 2005

Calling The Tune: Impact Of Domestic Worker’S Earnings On Intra-Household Gender Relations, Gul Ozyegin

Arts & Sciences Book Chapters

Before the Servant Project began its activities, on the initiative of the editor of this book, the long term history of domestic service was still in its beginning stage. This volume is the first wide-ranging attempt to determine the role of domestic workers both in past and present times. Domestic service was of major importance in the multi-secular process of urbanization and socio-economic development of European societies. Today, domestic workers (mainly women) represent an important component of international labour migrations to Western countries. Instead of disappearing, as expected for a long time, paid domestic work is currently experiencing a kind ...


Mirabile Dictu: The Bryn Mawr College Library Newsletter 9 (2005), Bryn Mawr College Library Jan 2005

Mirabile Dictu: The Bryn Mawr College Library Newsletter 9 (2005), Bryn Mawr College Library

Mirabile Dictu: The Bryn Mawr College Library Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Independent Republic Quarterly, 2005, Vol. 39, No. 1-4, Horry County Historical Society Jan 2005

Independent Republic Quarterly, 2005, Vol. 39, No. 1-4, Horry County Historical Society

The Independent Republic Quarterly

A journal of the Horry County Historical Society, Conway, S.C. Contains local history articles and information covering the entire county. ISSN:0046-8843.


The Quest For Moral Leaders: Essays On Leadership Ethics, Joanne B. Ciulla, Terry L. Price, Susan E. Murphy Jan 2005

The Quest For Moral Leaders: Essays On Leadership Ethics, Joanne B. Ciulla, Terry L. Price, Susan E. Murphy

Bookshelf

The quest for moral leaders is both a personal quest that takes place in the hearts and minds of leaders and a pursuit by individuals, groups, organizations, communities and societies for leaders who are both ethical and effective. The contributors to this volume, all top scholars in leadership studies and ethics, provide a nuanced discussion of the complex ethical relationships that lie at the core of leadership.