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75 FR 34972 - Notice of Invitation for Nominations to the Advisory Committee on Agriculture Statistics  

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...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE National Agricultural Statistics Service Notice of Invitation for Nominations to the Advisory Committee on Agriculture Statistics AGENCY: National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), USDA. ACTION:...

2010-06-21

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77 FR 40323 - Notice of Invitation for Nominations to the Advisory Committee on Agriculture Statistics  

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...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE National Agricultural Statistics Service Notice of Invitation for Nominations to the Advisory Committee on Agriculture Statistics AGENCY: National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), USDA. ACTION:...

2012-07-09

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A Win-Win Paradigm for Quality of Work Life and Business Performance. [and] Invited Reaction: Comments on Lau and May's Study.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Lau and May's study of 58 "best U.S. companies to work for" and 88 top Standard and Poor's companies suggests that companies with high quality of working life can also enjoy exceptional growth and profitability. Schurman's critique notes that their sample does not reflect conditions in the majority of U.S. employers. (SK)

Lau, R. S. M.; May, Bruce E.; Schurman, Susan J.

1998-01-01

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78 FR 34671 - Invitation for Membership on Advisory Committee  

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...examination programs 2. Scope of Advisory Committee Duties The Advisory Committee plays an integral role in the examination program by assisting...to qualify for enrollment. The Advisory Committee's duties, which are strictly...

2013-06-10

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An invitation from the MSU Teaching & Learning Committee Facebook for Adults  

E-print Network

An invitation from the MSU Teaching & Learning Committee Facebook for Adults ~ a primer, we'll explore the mechanics of the popular social networking tool Facebook. What does it look like of Facebook in the context of higher education: how to understand the common uses of the tools by students

Dyer, Bill

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Invited Testimony on the Report from the Panama Canal Stakeholder Working Group 1 Texas Senate Transportation Committee  

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Invited Testimony on the Report from the Panama Canal Stakeholder Working Group 1 Texas Senate Transportation Committee Public Hearing December 18, 2012 Invited Testimony Report from the Panama Canal terminals in Texas generated $277 billion in economic value to the state in 2011. The Panama Canal

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The Quality of Working Life.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Defines the concept "quality of working life," why interest in this has increased, and why guidance counselors and students should understand it. Quality of working life means more than job satisfaction or flexible working hours. It helps guidance teachers understand attitudes and expectations of students embarking on their first job. (Author/BEF)

Burke, Ronald J.

1979-01-01

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Maximum Earthquake Magnitude Assessments by Japanese Government Committees (Invited)  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The 2011 Tohoku earthquake (M 9.0) was the largest earthquake in Japanese history and such a gigantic earthquake was not foreseen around Japan. After the 2011 disaster, various government committees in Japan have discussed and assessed the maximum credible earthquake size around Japan, but their values vary without definite consensus. I will review them with earthquakes along the Nankai Trough as an example. The Central Disaster Management Council, under Cabinet Office, set up a policy for the future tsunami disaster mitigation. The possible future tsunamis are classified into two levels: L1 and L2. The L2 tsunamis are the largest possible tsunamis with low frequency of occurrence, for which saving people's lives is the first priority with soft measures such as tsunami hazard maps, evacuation facilities or disaster education. The L1 tsunamis are expected to occur more frequently, typically once in a few decades, for which hard countermeasures such as breakwater must be prepared. The assessments of L1 and L2 events are left to local governments. The CDMC also assigned M 9.1 as the maximum size of earthquake along the Nankai trough, then computed the ground shaking and tsunami inundation for several scenario earthquakes. The estimated loss is about ten times the 2011 disaster, with maximum casualties of 320,000 and economic loss of 2 trillion dollars. The Headquarters of Earthquake Research Promotion, under MEXT, was set up after the 1995 Kobe earthquake and has made long-term forecast of large earthquakes and published national seismic hazard maps. The future probability of earthquake occurrence, for example in the next 30 years, was calculated from the past data of large earthquakes, on the basis of characteristic earthquake model. The HERP recently revised the long-term forecast of Naknai trough earthquake; while the 30 year probability (60 - 70 %) is similar to the previous estimate, they noted the size can be M 8 to 9, considering the variability of past earthquakes. The Nuclear Regulation Authority, established in 2012, makes independent decisions based on the latest scientific knowledge. They assigned maximum credible earthquake magnitude of 9.6 for Nankai an Ryukyu troughs, 9.6 for Kuirl-Japan trench, and 9.2 for Izu-Bonin trench.

Satake, K.

2013-12-01

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Coiled tubing working life prediction  

SciTech Connect

Failure of coiled tubing, due to the repeated bending and plastic deformation of coiled tubing on and off the reel and gooseneck, is of great concern in coiled tubing operations. This paper discusses the coiled tubing working life based on one of the coiled tubing life models published in the literature, and compares the results with other models. Certain agreements are found among these models. A group of curves is presented to illustrate the coiled tubing working life affected by coiled tubing size and wall thickness, internal pressure, yield strength, reel diameter, gooseneck radius, operation condition (corrosion) and butt-welded connection (stress concentration). The results show that coiled tubing life can be greatly increased by increasing CT wall thickness and CT strength, while the coiled tubing working life decreases under high internal pressure, corrosion, and butt-weld conditions. These curves can be easily used in estimating coiled tubing life for the field use.

Wu, J.

1995-12-31

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Tautologies of work life balance  

Microsoft Academic Search

This conceptual contribution resembles the central theme of the 2002 SUSTAIN meeting and is about tautologies of Work Life Balance. It will be argued, that in Open- Systems Thinking the tautological character of work and non-work is obscured because the system and its environment are defined in an inclusive way (the system is part of the environment). When we observe

Frans M. van Eijnatten; Jan-Peter Vos

2002-01-01

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WorkLife Office Choosing Child Care  

E-print Network

20 Child Abuse and Prevention Reporting ............................................. 20 ParentWorkLife Office Choosing Child Care Resources for Making Child Care Decisions WorkLife Office 3160;2 ­ Choosing Child Care Table of Contents I. FINDING THE APPROPRIATE CHILDCARE FOR YOUR FAMILY Child Care

Straight, Aaron

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January 2, 2013 WorkLife Balance Wellness Fair on January 8th  

E-print Network

January 2, 2013 WorkLife Balance Wellness Fair on January 8th for Employees and Students Human Resources invites you to the 2013 Wellness Fair. UCDHS and a variety of businesses, programs and organizations centered around wellness will be available to provide information and discounted wellness services

Leistikow, Bruce N.

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December 5, 2012 Human Resources WorkLife Balance Wellness Fair 2013  

E-print Network

by the business and organizations do not constitute an endorsement from UC Davis Health System. Human ResourcesDecember 5, 2012 Human Resources WorkLife Balance Wellness Fair 2013 Human Resources invites you to the 2013 Wellness Fair. UCDHS and a variety of businesses, programs and organizations centered around

Leistikow, Bruce N.

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76 FR 78307 - Manufactured Housing Consensus Committee; Notice Inviting Nominations of Individuals To Serve on...  

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...final appointment. Consensus Committee--Advisory Role The MHCC's role is solely advisory to the...above. Federal Advisory Committee Act The MHCC is subject to...Information Individuals seeking nomination to the MHCC should...

2011-12-16

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Work-Life Balance: Keys to Successfully  

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/Vocational-jobopenings/market, best training, job search skills EnvironmentalFeatures-low/no money, competitive context,limited play. Based on an evaluation of your work life balance, results can lead to the importance of: (1) Skills

Scott, Robert A.

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Working women work-life conflict  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose – Working women being housewives have to face major problems. They have to trade off between work domain and family life domain, in perspective sector and area chosen. This study investigates the factors behind work-life conflict experienced by women with responsibilities and type of work arrangement experienced Design\\/methodology\\/approach – The study is conducted by exploring the responses of 100

Muhammad Shakil Ahmad; Zainab Fakhr; Jalil Ahmed

2011-01-01

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The Work-Life Conundrum: Will HRD Become More Involved?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Although the scholarly and popular literature on work-life has grown tremendously in the past several decades, and as more and more individuals and organizations grapple with work-life issues, it appears that HRD's involvement in work-life has been modest. It is hoped that this article will serve as a catalyst for discussion and debate among HRD…

Kahnweiler, William M.

2008-01-01

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Did you know your Wellness Work/Life  

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Did you know your Wellness Work/Life Program offers... Work/Life Resources The Work/Life program you call The Wellness Corporation, we will connect you with an attorney for a free, 30-minute Criminal Actions Confidential Counseling The Wellness Corporation offers up to five (5) sessions

Aalberts, Daniel P.

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Radiology employees' quality of work life.  

PubMed

Quality of work Life (QWL) originates from interactions between employees' needs and relative organizational resources. QWL is aimed to improve and retain employees' satisfaction, productivity and effectiveness of all organizations. A cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted among 15 Tehran University of Medical Sciences. A Cross-Sectional, descriptive study was conducted among 15 Tehran University of Medical Sciences' Hospitals' Radiology Departments' Employees by QWL questionnaire. Respondents were asked to express their attitudes about a range of key factors as the most important issues impacting their QWL. The data was collected and analyzed by SPSS version 15 software. Most of the respondents indicated that they were unsatisfied and very unsatisfied with key factors of their QWL. Comparison of QWL key factors of TUMS radiology employees with the other countries indicated that most of the employees are unsatisfied with their poor QWL factors. We hope, the implications of these findings deliberate to improve QWL within each of TUMS hospitals radiology departments and also be relevant and value to policymakers of healthcare organizations in Iran. PMID:22592575

Dargahi, Hussein; Changizi, Vahid; Jazayeri Gharabagh, Elaheh

2012-01-01

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Quality of Working Life of Nurses and its Related Factors  

PubMed Central

Background: Nurses as the largest group of health care providers should enjoy a satisfactory quality of working life to be able to provide quality care to their patients. Therefore, attention should be paid to the nurses’ working life. Objectives: This study aimed to investigate the quality of nurses' working life in Kashans' hospitals during 2012. Materials and Methods: This cross-sectional study was conducted on 200 nurses during 2012. The data-gathering instrument consisted of two parts. The first part consisted of questions on demographic information and the second part was the Walton’s quality of work life questionnaire. Data were analyzed using the SPSS software. For statistical analysis T test and one way ANOVA were used. Results: The results of the study showed that 60% of nurses reported that they had moderate level of quality of working life while 37.1% and 2% had undesirable and good quality of working life, respectively. Nurses with associate degrees reported a better quality of working life than others. A significant relationship was found between variables such as education level, work experience, and type of hospital with quality of working life score (P < 0.05). No significant differences were observed between quality of working life score of nurses with employment status (P = 0.061), salary (P = 0.052), age, gender and marital status (P > 0.05). Conclusions: Nurses' quality of work life was at the moderate level. As quality of work life has an important impact on attracting and retaining employees, it is necessary to pay more attention to the nurses’ quality of work life and its affecting factors. PMID:25414904

Moradi, Tayebeh; Maghaminejad, Farzaneh; Azizi-Fini, Ismail

2014-01-01

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Work-Life Balance: Beyond the Rhetoric. IES Report.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The current status of British policy and practice related to work-life balance was examined through case studies of six organizations identified as having well-developed work-life balance and flexible working practices. Interviews were conducted with human resource (HR) managers at all six organizations, and interviews and focus group discussions…

Kodz, J.; Harper, H.; Dench, S.

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Did You Know Your Wellness Work/Life  

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Did You Know Your Wellness Work/Life Program Offers... ...Services for All Immediate Family Members? We're just a phone call away... 800-828-6025 24 hrs/7 days a week Recently, your Wellness Work/Life Program has extended the scope of its services. In addition to covering all employees and household

Aalberts, Daniel P.

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Work-Life Balance and the Canadian Teaching Profession  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Over the past few decades Canada has experienced sweeping demographic, social, economic and technological changes. These changes have had, and continue to have, a major impact on the work-life balance of Canadians--that is, on their ability to balance work and personal demands. Some of these factors also impact the work-life balance of the…

Froese-Germain, Bernie

2014-01-01

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Work–life balance: promises made and promises kept  

Microsoft Academic Search

We present evidence on the association between the management practices conventionally identified with high performance workplaces (HPWs) and measures of work–life balance. Our framework identifies those practices associated with workers reporting that their employer makes work–life balance commitments, and separately identifies those practices associated with workers reporting that their employer keeps the commitments they make. Our results do not support

John S. Heywood; W. S. Siebert; Xiangdong Wei

2010-01-01

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Have a sustainability idea that needs some additional support? The Sustainability Advisory Committee invites students, faculty, and staff  

E-print Network

Have a sustainability idea that needs some additional support? The Sustainability Advisory sustainability. The Committee will review project proposals and provide direct guidance and feedback to promising and departments to broaden collaboration and support. The Sustainability Advisory Committee recommends long- term

Engel, Jonathan

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Flexible Training's Intrusion on Work/Life Balance  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

With more companies allowing "flextime", more access to elearning, and telecomuting, the line between workplace flexibility and work-life balance begins to blur. Companies "sell" to employees the flexibility of being able to complete training programs from the comfort of the participant's home, allowing them to learn at their own speed. In many…

Takiya, Seema; Archbold, Jennifer; Berge, Zane

2005-01-01

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A Discursive Approach to Understanding Women Leaders in Working Life  

Microsoft Academic Search

In this paper, we develop a theoretical framework for understanding women leaders in working life. Our starting point is in statistics and earlier women-in-management literature, which show that women leaders represent a minority of the managerial population. We assume such underlying mechanisms causing discriminatory practices towards women leaders to exist which have become naturalized and invisible. Our concern is that

Anna-Maija Lämsä; Teppo Sintonen

2001-01-01

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Understanding Quality of Working Life of Workers with Intellectual Disabilities  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Background: This paper examines the perceived quality of working life of workers with intellectual disabilities. Specifically, this paper looks at participants' perceptions in relation to perceived job demands and resources and their impact on experienced job satisfaction. Methods: In this cross-sectional survey, 507 workers with intellectual…

Flores, Noelia; Jenaro, Cristina; Orgaz, M. Begona; Martin, M. Victoria

2011-01-01

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Gettysburg College Takes Work-Life Balance Seriously  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article describes the work-life benefits Gettysburg College offers its employees. 400 of Gettysburg's 725 full-time employees participate in the college's wellness program. About half of them stick with it long enough to earn discounts of up to $500 a year on their health-insurance premiums. The wellness program--which includes free on-campus…

Wilson, Robin

2009-01-01

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The Business Work-Life Study, 1998: A Sourcebook.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This study surveyed a representative sample of 1,057 companies with 100 or more employees to assess how U.S. companies are responding to the work-life needs of the nation's changing workforce. Specifically, the study sought to identify the extent to which companies provide benefits, programs, and policies and create supportive workplace…

Galinsky, Ellen; Bond, James T.

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University Work—life Benefits and Same-Sex Couples  

Microsoft Academic Search

The problem and the solution . Lesbian and gay (LG) employees experience work—life challenges due to exclusionary language and social norms that ignore the existence of their families; denial of medical, retirement, and leave benefits; and sexual orientation discrimination that can raise legitimate fears about job loss and family survival.A supportive and inclusive work culture is needed for employers to

Eunice Ellen Hornsby; Sunny L. Munn

2009-01-01

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Deaf People's Perception of Social Interaction in Working Life.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Twelve deaf-mediating individuals (individuals with deafness who act as a link between the deaf community and the hearing society) were interviewed concerning cooperation and social relations with their hearing work colleagues, leisure time activities, and important factors in the enhancement of well-being in working life. (JDD)

Backenroth, Gunnel A. M.

1995-01-01

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Committees  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Leadership Team of the IAHR Committee for Hydraulic Machinery and Systems Eduard EGUSQUIZA, UPC Barcelona, Spain, Chair François AVELLAN, EPFL-LMH, Switzerland, Past Chair Richard K FISHER, Voith Hydro Inc., USA, Past Chair Fidel ARZOLA, Edelca, Venezuela Michel COUSTON, Alstom Hydro, France Niklas DAHLBÄCKCK, Vatenfall, Sweden Normand DESY, Andritz VA TECH Hydro Ltd., Canada Chisachi KATO, University of Tokyo, Japan Andrei LIPEJ, Turboinstitut, Slovenija Torbjørn NIELSEN, NTNU, Norway Romeo SUSAN-RESIGA, 'Politehnica' University Timisoara, Romania Stefan RIEDELBAUCH, Stuggart University, Germany Albert RUPRECHT, Stuttgart University, Germany Qing-Hua SHI, Dong Fang Electrical Machinery Co., China Geraldo TIAGO, Universidade Federal de Itajubá, Brazil International Advisory Committee Shouqi YUAN (principal) Jiangsu University China QingHua SHI (principal) Dong Fang Electrical Machinery Co. China Fidel ARZOLA EDELCA Venezuela Thomas ASCHENBRENNER Voith Hydro GmbH & Co. KG Germany Anton BERGANT Litostroj Power doo Slovenia B C BHAOYAL Research & Technology Centre India Hermod BREKKE NTNU Norway Stuart COULSON Voith Hydro Inc. USA Paul COOPER Fluid Machinery Research Inc USA V A DEMIANOV Power Machines OJSC Russia Bart van ESCH Technische Universiteit Eindhoven Netherland Arno GEHRER Andritz Hydro Graz Austria Akira GOTO Ebara Corporation Japan Adiel GUINZBURG The Boeing Company USA D-H HELLMANN KSB AG Germany Ashvin HOSANGADI Combustion Research and Flow Technology USA Byung-Sun HWANG Korea Institute of Material Science Korea Toshiaki KANEMOTO Kyushu Institute of Technology Japan Mann-Eung KIM Korean Register of Shipping Korea Jiri KOUTNIK Voith Hydro GmbH & Co. KG Germany Jinkook LEE Eaton Corporation USA Young-Ho LEE Korea Maritime University Korea Woo-Seop LIM Hyosung Goodsprings Inc Korea Jun MATSUI Yokohama National University Japan Kazuyoshi Mitsubishi H I Ltd, Japan MIYAGAWA Christophe NICOLET Power Vision Engineering Srl Switzerland Maryse PAGE Hydro Quebec IREQ, Varennes Canada Etienne PARKINSON Andritz Hydro Ltd. Switzerland B V S S S PRASAD Indian Institute of Technology Madras India Stefan RIEDELBAUCH Stuttgart University Germany Michel SABOURIN Alstom Hydro Canada Inc Canada Bruno SCHIAVELLO Flowserve Corporation USA Katsumasa SHIMMEI Hitachi Ltd Japan Christoph SINGRTüN VDMA Germany Ale? SKOTAK CKD Blansko Engineering, a s Czech Republic Toshiaki SUZUKI Toshiba Corporation Japan Andy C C TAN Queensland University of Technology Australia Geraldo TIAGO FILHO Universidade Federal de Itajuba Brazi Thi C VU Andritz Hydro Ltd Canada Satoshi WATANABE Kyushu University Japan S H WINOTO National University of Singapore Singapore Woo-Seong WOO STX Institute of Technology Korea International Technical Committee François AVELLAN (principal) EPFL-LMH Switzerland Xingqi LUO (principal) Xi'an University of Technology China Martin BÖHLE Kaiserslautern University Germany Gerard BOIS ENSAM France Young-Seok CHOI KITECH Korea Luca d'AGOSTINO University of Pisa Italy Eduard EGUSQUIZA Polytechnical University Catalonia Spain Arpad FAY University of Miskolcz Hungary Richard FISHER Voith Hydro Inc USA Regiane FORTES-PATELLA Institute Polytechnique de Grenoble France Aleksandar GAJIC University of Belgrade Serbia José GONZÁLEZ Universidad de Oviedo Spain François GUIBAULT Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal Canada Toshiaki IKOHAGI Tohoku University Japan Chisachi KATO University of Tokyo Japan Kwang-Yong KIM Inha University Korea Youn-Jea KIM Sungkyunkwan University Korea Smaine KOUIDRI Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6) France Shengcai LI Warwick University UK Adrian LUNGU Dunarea de Jos University of Galati Romania Torbjøm K NIELSEN NTNU Norway Michihiro NISHI Tsinghua University China Peter PELZ Darmstadt University Germany Frantisek POCHYLY Brno University Czech Republic Albert RUPRECHT University of Stuttgart Germany Rudolf SCHILLING Technische University München Germany Wei SHYY HKUST Hong Kong,China Romeo SUSAN-RESIGA Politehnica University of Timisoara Romania Kazuhiro TANAKA Kyushu Institute of

2012-11-01

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Corporate Work-Life Balance Initiatives: Use and Effectiveness  

Microsoft Academic Search

\\u000a Managers and professionals are uniquely placed to experience difficulties combining work responsibilities with non-work commitments,\\u000a due to long hours of work and extensive use of communications technologies enabling work tasks to be performed at any time,\\u000a anywhere. In response to a workforce increasingly concerned with maintaining a work-life balance, organisations now offer\\u000a a range of initiatives designed to facilitate the

T. Alexandra Beauregard

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Inner work life: understanding the subtext of business performance.  

PubMed

Anyone in management knows that employees have their good days and their bad days--and that, for the most part, the reasons for their ups and downs are unknown. Most managers simply shrug their shoulders at this fact of work life. But does it matter, in terms of performance, if people have more good days than bad days? Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer's new stream of research, based on more than 12,000 diary entries logged by knowledge workers over three years, reveals the dramatic impact of employees' inner work lives--their perceptions, emotions, and motivation levels--on several dimensions of performance. People perform better when their workday experiences include more positive emotions, stronger intrinsic motivation (passion for the work), and more favorable perceptions of their work, their team, their leaders, and their organization. What the authors also found was that managers' behavior dramatically affects the tenor of employees' inner work lives. So what makes a difference to inner work life? When the authors compared the study participants' best days to their worst days, they found that the single most important differentiator was their sense of being able to make progress in their work. The authors also observed interpersonal events working in tandem with progress events. Praise without real work progress, or at least solid efforts toward progress, had little positive impact on people's inner work lives and could even arouse cynicism. On the other hand, good work progress without any recognition--or, worse, with criticism about trivial issues--could engender anger and sadness. Far and away, the best boosts to inner work life were episodes in which people knew they had done good work and their managers appropriately recognized that work. PMID:17494252

Amabile, Teresa M; Kramer, Steven J

2007-05-01

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Quality of Working Life: An Antecedent to Employee Turnover Intention  

PubMed Central

Background: The purpose of this study was to measure the level of quality of work life (QWL) among hospital employees in Iran. Additionally, it aimed to identify the factors that are critical to employees’ QWL. It also aimed to test a theoretical model of the relationship between employees’ QWL and their intention to leave the organization. Methods: A survey study was conducted based on a sample of 608 hospital employees using a validated questionnaire. Face, content and construct validity were conducted on the survey instrument. Results: Hospital employees reported low QWL. Employees were least satisfied with pay, benefits, job promotion, and management support. The most important predictor of QWL was management support, followed by job proud, job security and job stress. An inverse relationship was found between employees QWL and their turnover intention. Conclusion: This study empirically examined the relationships between employees’ QWL and their turnover intention. Managers can take appropriate actions to improve employees’ QWL and subsequently reduce employees’ turnover. PMID:24596835

Mosadeghrad, Ali Mohammad

2013-01-01

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WorkLife Programs -Family Friendly Services Child Care Services Flexible Work Arrangements (FWA)  

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offerings for caregivers · Substance abuse assessments · Annual Family Caregiver Fair · Emergency · Purdue Working Parents Club · WorkLife Programs offerings on financial topics · WorkLife Programs offerings on parent/child topics · Resources on campus · WorkLife Programs Employee Assistance

Fernández-Juricic, Esteban

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Supporting Students' Pedagogical Working Life Horizon in Higher Education  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this article, we introduce a model of a pedagogical working life horizon. It encompasses questions posed by individual students concerning their future and incorporates the idea of a working life orientation to the pedagogical possibilities within education. Working life orientation consists of three elements: individual relationship, knowledge…

Penttinen, Leena; Skaniakos, Terhi; Lairio, Marjatta

2013-01-01

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In the Face of Conflict: Work-Life Conflict and Desired Work Hour Adjustments  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This study helps integrate the work-life and work hours literatures by examining competing predictions about the relationship between work-life conflict and the desire for paid work. Using data from the 1997 National Study of the Changing Workforce (N = 2,178), I find that work-life conflict makes women want to decrease the number of hours they…

Reynolds, Jeremy

2005-01-01

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Working life and mental health - A challenge to psychiatry?  

PubMed Central

According to the World Health Organization, "mental health problems and stress-related disorders are the biggest overall cause of early death in Europe". Some of the root causes of this morbidity and mortality are related to living and working conditions that are accessible to preventive and therapeutic interventions, individual as well as collective ones. A political mandate for such interventions is now developing. Members of the WPA Section on Occupational Psychiatry have contributed to this development and we now invite the readers to join the Section in its endeavours. PMID:16633507

LEVI, LENNART

2005-01-01

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Employee Assistance through WorkLife Programs WorkLife Programs Employee Assistance is a management tool for supervisors and managers, as well as a resource to  

E-print Network

tool for supervisors and managers, as well as a resource to assist you in helping your employeesEmployee Assistance through WorkLife Programs WorkLife Programs Employee Assistance is a management be healthy and productive. Employee Assistance offers access to professional counseling and referral services

Pittendrigh, Barry

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77 FR 72245 - Pears Grown in Oregon and Washington; Committee Membership Reapportionment for Processed Pears  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...in Oregon and Washington; Committee Membership Reapportionment for Processed Pears...invites comments on reapportionment of the membership of the Processed Pear Committee (Committee...rule would reapportion the processor membership such that the three processor...

2012-12-05

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COMMITTEES: Committees  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

TAUP STEERING COMMITTEE F T Avignone, University of South Carolina B C Barish, CALTECH E Bellotti, University of Milano, INFN J Bernabeu, University of Valencia A Bottino (Chair), University of Torino, INFN N Fornengo, University of Torino, INFN T Kajita, ICRR University of Tokyo C W Kim, Johns Hopkins University, KIAS V Matveev, INR Moscow J Morales, University of Zaragoza G Raffelt, MPI Munchen D Sinclair, University of Carleton M Spiro, IN2P3 TAUP 2009 INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE J J Aubert, CNRS Marseille M Baldo-Ceolin, University of Padova, INFN G Bellini, University of Milano, INFN L Bergstrom, University of Stockholm R Bernabei, University of Roma Tor Vergata, INFN A Bettini, University of Padova, INFN, LSC S Bilenky, JINR Dubna D O Caldwell, UCSB J Cronin, University of Chicago A Dar, Technion Haifa G Domogatsky, INR Moscow J Ellis, CERN E Fernandez, IFAE Barcelona E Fiorini, University of Milano, INFN T Gaisser, University of Delaware G Gelmini, UCLA G Gerbier, CEA Saclay A Giazotto, INFN Pisa F Halzen, University of Wisconsin W Haxton, University of Washington T Kirsten MPI Heidelberg L Maiani, University of Roma La Sapienza, INFN A McDonald, Queen's University K Nakamura, KEK R Petronzio, INFN, University of Roma Tor Vergata L Resvanis, University of Athens F Ronga INFN, LNF C Rubbia INFN, LNGS A Smirnov, ICTP Trieste C Spiering, DESY N Spooner, University of Sheffield A Suzuki, KEK S Ting MIT, CERN M S Turner, FNAL, University of Chicago J W F Valle, IFIC Valencia D Vignaud, APC Paris G Zatsepin, INR Moscow TAUP 2009 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE R Aloisio, LNGS R Antolini, LNGS F Arneodo, LNGS Z Berezhiani, University of L'Aquila, INFN V Berezinsky, LNGS R Cerulli, LNGS E Coccia [Chair], LNGS/INFN, U of Roma Tor Vergata N D'Ambrosio, LNGS N Fornengo, University of Torino, INFN M Laubenstein, LNGS O Palamara, LNGS L Pandola [Scientific Secretary], LNGS

2010-01-01

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Life after Burberry: shifting experiences of work and non-work life following redundancy  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article sheds new light on neglected areas of recent ‘work-life’ discussions. Drawing on a study of a largely female workforce made redundant by factory relocation, the majority subsequently finding alternative employment in a variety of work settings, the results illustrate aspects of both positive and negative spillover from work to non-work life. In addition, the findings add to the

Paul Blyton; Jean Jenkins

2012-01-01

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Work Life Balance and Job Satisfaction among Faculty at Iowa State University  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This study utilized the existing database from the Iowa State University 2009-2010 COACHE Tenure-Track Job Satisfaction Survey Report to explore faculty work life balance and job satisfaction among academic disciplines at Iowa State University. The articulation of work and life, cast as work life balance, has become a key feature of much current…

Mukhtar, Farah

2012-01-01

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Work-Life Benefits and Organizational Attachment: Self-Interest Utility and Signaling Theory Models  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This study examines two competing theoretical explanations for why work-life policies such as dependent care assistance and flexible schedules influence organizational attachment. The self-interest utility model posits that work-life policies influence organizational attachment because employee use of these policies facilitates attachment. The…

Casper, Wendy J.; Harris, Christopher M.

2008-01-01

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Work-Life Benefits and Job Pursuit Intentions: The Role of Anticipated Organizational Support  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The current study examined the impact of two work-life benefits, work schedule flexibility, and dependent care assistance, on applicants' intentions to pursue jobs with potential employers. The study also explored whether anticipated organizational support would mediate the relationships between these two work-life benefits and job pursuit…

Casper, Wendy J.; Buffardi, Louis C.

2004-01-01

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Constructs of the Work/Life Interface and Their Importance to HRD  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The purpose of this paper is to identify construct definitions and measurement tools for the work/life interface concepts: balance, conflict and facilitation. An understanding of these concepts is critical to HRD (human resource development) professionals because interventions designed to counter work/life interface issues can not be created, and…

McMillan, Heather S.; Morris, Michael Lane; Atchley, E. Kate

2008-01-01

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Electrical engineers’ perceptions on education – electromagnetic field theory and its connection to working life  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper investigates electrical engineers’ perceptions on their education in Finland, with particular emphasis on the basic electromagnetic field theory courses and their applicability in working life, using two online surveys (n=99 and n=120). The answers show a reasonably good satisfaction with the electrical engineering studies in general, but limited practical usefulness of the field theory courses in working life.

K. Keltikangas; H. Wallén

2010-01-01

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The Effect of Union Type on Work-Life Conflict in Five European Countries  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper explores the strategies for reconciling family and work in different union types. The focus here is on investigating how cohabiting and married individuals perceive the work-life conflict in different European countries. To test the union type impact on work-life balance in the context of different societal conditions, this paper draws…

Kasearu, Kairi

2009-01-01

51

Fluctuations in Weekly Brief Measures of Quality of Working Life and Prediction of Quality of Working Life Systemic Inventory (QWLSI) Results After Four Months, Using the Internet  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article deals with the statistical validity that can be achieved with brief measures of psychosocial factors collected every week. For this research, 173 participants answered the Quality of Working Life Systemic Inventory (QWLSI) at the beginning and end of a 17-week research protocol. Every week, they spent about 2 minutes rating each of the 8 QWSLI subscales. Analysis showed

Christian Voirol; Gilles Dupuis

2010-01-01

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Examination of supervisor assessments of employee work-life conflict, supervisor support, and subsequent outcomes  

E-print Network

Research in the work-life area has typically concerned individuals' assessments of their own conflict. The current study went beyond this by examining supervisor assessments of employee conflict and how they relate to the support given to employees...

Youngcourt, Satoris Sabrina

2006-04-12

53

Work–Life Balance: Practitioner Well-Being in the Social Work Education Curriculum  

Microsoft Academic Search

Drawing on the debates of ‘work–life balance’ (WLB), subjective well-being (SWB) and life satisfaction (LS), this article seeks to reflect on the issue of social work practitioner well-being in the social work education curriculum. The authors argue that, to enable the elusive ‘work–life balance’ for social work practitioners, we need conversations about the life domains that define balance for each

Christa Fouché; Kathy Martindale

2011-01-01

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A study of relationship between job stress, quality of working life and turnover intention among hospital employees.  

PubMed

Job stress is a serious threat to the quality of working life (QWL) of health-care employees and can cause hostility, aggression, absenteeism and turnover, as well as reduced productivity. In addition, job stress among employees affects the quality of health-care services. The purpose of this study was to gain a better understanding of the relationships between job stress and QWL of employees, and their impact on turnover intention at Isfahan hospitals, Iran. The study employed a cross-sectional research design. A validated questionnaire was used to collect data from hospital employees. Overall, 26% of employees graded their job stress high. The major sources of stress were inadequate pay, inequality at work, too much work, staff shortage, lack of recognition and promotion prospects, time pressure, lack of job security and lack of management support. An inverse relationship was found between job stress and QWL among hospital employees. The most important predictor of QWL was disturbance handling, followed by job proud, job security and job stress. Finally, while QWL was negatively associated with turnover intentions, job stress was positively related to employees' intention to quit. Since job stress has a strong correlation with employee QWL and turnover intention, it is very important to apply the right human resources policies to increase employees' QWL and decrease subsequent turnover. This study invites further research to explore, implement and evaluate intervention strategies for prevention of occupational stress and improvement in QWL. PMID:22040944

Mosadeghrad, Ali Mohammad; Ferlie, Ewan; Rosenberg, Duska

2011-11-01

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A Work-Life Identity Model of Well-Being: Towards a Research Agenda Linking Quality-of-Work-Life (QWL) Programs with Quality of Life (QOL)  

Microsoft Academic Search

QWL is conceptualized in terms of the interface between employee role identities and work resources. QWL programs serve to\\u000a enhance QOL by (1) providing appropriate work resources to meet the expectations of employee role identities, (2) reducing\\u000a role conflict in work and non-work life, (3) enhancing multiple role identities, (4) reducing role demands, (5) reducing stress\\u000a related to work and

M. Joseph Sirgy; Nora P. Reilly; Jiyun Wu; David Efraty

2008-01-01

56

Nurse Managers’ Work Life Quality and Their Participation in Knowledge Management: A Correlational Study  

PubMed Central

Background: The association between quality of work life and participation in knowledge management is unknown. Objectives: This study aimed to discover the association between quality of work life of nurse managers and their participation in implementing knowledge management. Materials and Methods: This was a correlational study. All nurse managers (71 people) from 11 hospitals affiliated with the Social Security Organization in Tehran, Iran, were included. They were asked to rate their participation in knowledge management and their quality of work life. Data was gathered by a researcher-made questionnaire (May-June 2012). The questionnaire was validated by content and construct validity approaches. Cronbach’s alpha was used to evaluate reliability. Finally, 50 questionnaires were analyzed. The answers were scored and analyzed using mean of scores, T-test, ANOVA (or nonparametric test, if appropriate), Pearson’s correlation coefficient and linear regression. Results: Nurse managers’ performance to implement knowledge management strategies was moderate. A significant correlation was found between quality of work life of nurse managers and their participation in implementing knowledge management strategies (r = 0.82; P < 0.001). The strongest correlations were found between implementation of knowledge management and participation of nurse managers in decision making (r = 0.82; P < 0.001). Conclusions: Improvement of nurse managers’ work life quality, especially in decision-making, may increase their participation in implementing knowledge management.

Hashemi Dehaghi, Zahra; Sheikhtaheri, Abbas; Dehnavi, Fariba

2014-01-01

57

Nationwide Survey of Work Environment, Work-Life Balance and Burnout among Psychiatrists in Japan  

PubMed Central

Background Psychiatry has been consistently shown to be a profession characterised by ‘high-burnout’; however, no nationwide surveys on this topic have been conducted in Japan. Aims The objective of this study was to estimate the prevalence of burnout and to ascertain the relationship between work environment satisfaction, work-life balance satisfaction and burnout among psychiatrists working in medical schools in Japan. Method We mailed anonymous questionnaires to all 80 psychiatry departments in medical schools throughout Japan. Work-life satisfaction, work-environment satisfaction and social support assessments, as well as the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI), were used. Results Sixty psychiatric departments (75.0%) responded, and 704 psychiatrists provided answers to the assessments and MBI. Half of the respondents (n?=?311, 46.0%) experienced difficulty with their work-life balance. Based on the responses to the MBI, 21.0% of the respondents had a high level of emotional exhaustion, 12.0% had a high level of depersonalisation, and 72.0% had a low level of personal accomplishment. Receiving little support, experiencing difficulty with work-life balance, and having less work-environment satisfaction were significantly associated with higher emotional exhaustion. A higher number of nights worked per month was significantly associated with higher depersonalisation. Conclusions A low level of personal accomplishment was quite prevalent among Japanese psychiatrists compared with the results of previous studies. Poor work-life balance was related to burnout, and social support was noted to mitigate the impact of burnout. PMID:23418435

Umene-Nakano, Wakako; Kato, Takahiro A.; Kikuchi, Saya; Tateno, Masaru; Fujisawa, Daisuke; Hoshuyama, Tsutomu; Nakamura, Jun

2013-01-01

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77 FR 69705 - Open Meeting of the Financial Research Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...the business of the Financial Research Advisory Committee are invited...triplicate to the Financial Research Advisory Committee, Attn...Ianniello, Office of Financial Research, Department of the Treasury...Department of the Treasury's library, Room 1428, 1500...

2012-11-20

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78 FR 41832 - Open Meeting of the Financial Research Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...the business of the Financial Research Advisory Committee are invited...triplicate to the Financial Research Advisory Committee, Attn...Ianniello, Office of Financial Research, Department of the Treasury...Department of the Treasury's library, Annex Room 1020, 1500...

2013-07-11

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SGA, the Geological Survey of Sweden and the Nordic mining industry invite you to the 12th SGA Biennial Meeting  

E-print Network

SGA, the Geological Survey of Sweden and the Nordic mining industry invite you to the 12th SGA August 2013, Uppsala, Sweden Second circular #12;2 Contents Invitation 3 Venue 4 Committees 5 Scientific Survey of Sweden and the local organizing committee are proud to announce the 12th SGA Biennial Meeting

Flener, Pierre

61

Workaholism and work–life imbalance: Does cultural origin influence the relationship?  

Microsoft Academic Search

In recent years, workaholism has become prevalent throughout organizations and has captured the attention of organizational leaders as well as the academic and scientific communities. Most research in this area has focused on the negative consequences of workaholism, specifically work–life imbalance. One area of research that has largely been ignored is the potential influence of demographic variables on the relationship

Shahnaz Aziz; Carrie T. Adkins; Alan G. Walker; Karl L. Wuensch

2010-01-01

62

Variations of Quality of Work Life of Academic Professionals in Bangladesh: A Discriminant Analysis  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Purpose: The main purpose of this research was to analyze the key issues related to quality of work life (QWL), which have become increasingly important to HRD scholars and practitioners. In addition, the significant differences between the academic professionals of public and private universities in Bangladesh in terms of QWL were also addressed.…

Taher, Md. Abu

2013-01-01

63

From "Work-Family" to "Work-Life": Broadening Our Conceptualization and Measurement  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Despite frequent reference to "work-life" issues in the organizational literature, little theoretical or empirical attention has been paid to nonwork areas beyond family. The purpose of the research described here is to move beyond work-family conflict to a broader conceptualization and measurement of work interference with life. A measure of work…

Keeney, Jessica; Boyd, Elizabeth M.; Sinha, Ruchi; Westring, Alyssa F.; Ryan, Ann Marie

2013-01-01

64

Information technology and quality of work life: Comparing users with non-users  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper is concerned with the potential future effects of information technology on office-type work and job attitudes. An argument from labour process theory has suggested that such technology will simplify and deskill jobs, thereby reducing the quality of work life. This proposition was explored within several government agencies. Over one hundred users' and nonusers' attitudes concerning information technology's future

Urs E. Gattiker; LeWayne Howg

1990-01-01

65

Organizational Culture and Telecommuters' Quality of Work Life and Professional Isolation  

Microsoft Academic Search

While much has been studied and written about the adjustments managers must make when supervising remote workers in virtual work arrangements, little has been written about the potential change in the organizational culture and the effect the culture has on the virtual worker's quality of work life and professional isolation. Not only may culture affect the implementation and success of

Susan J. Harrington; Julie Santiago

2006-01-01

66

Between School and Working Life: Vocational Teachers' Agency in Boundary-Crossing Settings  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper investigates agency among vocational teachers with reference to boundary-crossing between school and working life. Our study utilised interviews with sixteen Finnish vocational teachers. Adopting a narrative analysis approach, we found that the teachers had a variety of forms of exercising agency in terms of decisions deliberately…

Vahasantanen, Katja; Saarinen, Jaana; Etelapelto, Anneli

2009-01-01

67

Precarious employment, working hours, work-life conflict and health in hotel work.  

PubMed

Precarious or temporary work is associated with adverse outcomes including low control over working hours, work-life conflict and stress. The rise in precarious employment is most marked in the service sector but little research has been done on its health effects in this sector. This study compares permanent and temporary workers in the hotel industry, where working hours are highly variable. Survey data from 150 workers from eight 3-Star hotels in urban and regional areas around Sydney were analyzed. Forty-five per cent were male and 52 per cent were female. Fifty four per cent were permanent full-time and 46 per cent were temporary workers. The effects of employment status on perceived job security, control over working hours, and work-life conflict are investigated using PLS-Graph 3.0. The effects of control over working hours, on work-life conflict and subsequent health outcomes are also explored. Temporary workers perceived themselves as less in control of their working hours, than permanent workers (? = .27). However, they also reported lower levels of work intensity (? = .25) and working hours (? = .38). The effects of low hours control (? = .20), work intensity (? = .29), and excessive hours (? = .39) on work-life conflict (r² = .50), and subsequent health effects (r² = .30), are illustrated in the final structural equation model. PMID:20643398

McNamara, Maria; Bohle, Philip; Quinlan, Michael

2011-01-01

68

What does ‘work–life management’ mean in China and Southeast Asia for MNCs?  

Microsoft Academic Search

Translating global policy into local practice presents a substantial challenge for the human resource (HR) function in many multinational corporations (MNCs). We present the findings of interviews conducted with HR and Diversity managers to explore the ways in which eight MNCs manage work–life issues, with particular focus on the dynamic markets in China and Southeast Asia. Further, we explore how

Helen De Cieri; E Anne Bardoel

2009-01-01

69

The Transition from Initial Education to Working Life: A Status Report on Australia's Progress.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Australia's system for helping youths make a successful transition from initial vocational education and training (VET) to working life was assessed through an analysis that focused on the following features that were identified by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) as contributing to successful transitions: learning…

McDonald, Rod; Corbiere, Kathy; Doyle, Leonie; Field, Claire; Johnson, Lesley; Johnston, Paula; Kerr, Ella; Roberts, Anita

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Family-friendly and career-flexibility policies to achieve work-life balance  

E-print Network

Family-friendly and career-flexibility policies to achieve work-life balance RESOURCES an extended period of time off as an assistant professor just before my promotion, I was fortunate that UC Chair in Women's Cardiovascular Medicine Director of the Women's Cardiovascular Medicine Program

Leistikow, Bruce N.

71

Developing More Authentic e-Courses by Integrating Working Life Mentoring and Social Media  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Studies show that affordances of social media have not yet been fully exploited in the promotion of authentic e-learning in higher education. The e-Learning of the Future project (2009-2011) has met these challenges through working life mentoring using social media. In this paper, we examine the planning and implementation of social media in nine…

Leppisaari, Irja; Kleimola, Riina; Herrington, Jan; Maunula, Markus; Hohenthal, Tuula

2014-01-01

72

WORK-LIFE BALANCE IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY: A CASE STUDY  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper addresses the key issues surrounding the debate over work-life balance. It provides an overview of current thinking in the general work environment, with specific focus into the issue within the tourism industry. The paper presents a case study of a five star hotel that attempts to address issues of employee dissatisfaction and included in these issues are embryonic

Margaret Deery; Leo Jago; Michael Stewart

73

Work, Life and VET Participation amongst Lower-Paid Workers. NCVER Monograph Series 05/2011  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This monograph is the culmination of a three-year research program undertaken by the University of South Australia's Centre for Work+Life. It considers the barriers, support and benefit of vocational education and training (VET) for workers in the low-paid occupations (that is, those earning around $17 per hour). The research considered a wide…

Pocock, Barbara; Skinner, Natalie; McMahon, Catherine; Pritchard, Suzanne

2011-01-01

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The Impact of ICT on Work-Life Experiences among University Teaching Assistants  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Email is now commonplace in the university environment, but little research has addressed the impact of this technology on the work-life experiences of Teaching Assistants (TAs). These workers are of interest as they are typically responsible for most day-to-day, routine interaction with undergraduates, for ensuring students understand lectures…

Osterlund, Katherine; Robson, Karen

2009-01-01

75

Relational Interdependence Between Social and Individual Agency in Work and Working Life  

Microsoft Academic Search

A greater acknowledgment of relational interdependence between individual and social agencies is warranted within conceptions of learning throughout working life. Currently, some accounts of learning tend to overly privilege social agency in the form of situational contributions. This de-emphasises the contributions of the more widely socially sourced, relational and negotiated contributions of both individual and social agency. As these accounts

Stephen Billett

2006-01-01

76

Doing more with less : An analysis of work life balance among layoff survivors  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose – The purpose of this research is to examine how increased work overload of layoff survivors relates to their work-life balance and job and life satisfaction. Design\\/methodology\\/approach – Survey methodology was used to collect data from 510 layoff survivors in a high tech company. Regression analyses and structural equation modeling were used to test the hypotheses. Findings – The

Meghna Virick; Juliana D. Lilly; Wendy J. Casper

2007-01-01

77

Tailoring Work-Life Interventions for Culturally Diverse Caregivers of Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury  

Microsoft Academic Search

With the increasing incidence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among culturally diverse families, there has also been increased attention to the dual demands of employment and caregiving. In this paper, we contend that culturally diverse caregivers are an understudied group of workers. We examine literature to assist in conceptualizing the relationship between cultural orientation and caregiving, work-life stress, and organizational

Portia L. Cole; Kelli W. Gary

2012-01-01

78

Work/Life Practices and the Recruitment and Retention of Large School Districts' Foodservice Professionals  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

With the forthcoming retirement of school foodservice directors, the increasing pressures faced by employees at home and work, and the financial constraints of school districts, recruiting and retaining skilled and diverse employees will be challenging. Marketing work/life benefits to potential employees and supporting these policies to current…

Harrison, Mary Kate

2010-01-01

79

Work-Life Compendium, 2001: 150 Canadian Statistics on Work, Family & Well-Being.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The issue of integrating work and family responsibilities has been the subject of federal, provincial, and territorial policy planning and several task forces in Canada. This report plus executive summary, designed to inform the dialogue and stimulate continued discussion, brings together a wide variety of work-life facts and figures related to…

Johnson, Karen L.; Lero, Donna S.; Rooney, Jennifer A.

80

Can We Measure and Communicate the Benefits of Work-Life Policies more Effectively  

Microsoft Academic Search

The current paper reviews twenty one different studies of work-life programmes drawn from articles published in a range of academic and management journals and promotional documents aimed at businesses. The review was interested to find out if the use of control groups, or other rigorous forms of measurement techniques have become more widespread. The review also highlights those studies that

Fiona Scheibl

1999-01-01

81

A Life Beyond Work? Job Demands, Work-Life Balance, and Wellbeing in UK Academics  

Microsoft Academic Search

Research findings from several countries suggest that academic work has become comparatively stressful, with potentially serious consequences for the workforce and the quality of higher education. This article reports the findings of a study that examined work demands, work-life balance and wellbeing in UK academic staff. Job demands and levels of psychological distress were high and working during evenings and

Gail Kinman; Fiona Jones

2008-01-01

82

Work-Life Balance and Cultural Change: A Narrative of Eligibility  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Using Schein's (1992) framework of cultural change, this study examined two institutions of higher education that have achieved or attempted a cultural change to understand if and how to develop a culture of work-life balance for faculty and staff. The results identified a narrative of eligibility that arose from the discourse of faculty…

Lester, Jaime

2013-01-01

83

The effects of the implementation of snoezelen on the quality of working life in psychogeriatric care  

Microsoft Academic Search

BACKGROUND: Dementia among nursing home residents is often accompanied by high care dependency and behavioral disturbances, resulting in an increased workload for the caregivers. Snoezelen, integrated into 24-hour dementia care, is an approach that might improve the quality of working life of dementia caregivers. This study aims to investigate the effectiveness of integrated snoezelen on work-related outcomes (workload and psychological

Julia C. M. van Weert; Alexandra M. van Dulmen; Peter M. M. Spreeuwenberg; Jozien M. Bensing; Miel W. Ribbe

2005-01-01

84

Comparing Work-Life Balance in Spanish and Latin-American Countries  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Purpose: This paper aims to determine the level of awareness and implementation of family-responsible parameters: policies, enablers, practices, and culture, in Spanish and Latin-American companies, and how they impact work-life balance. Design/methodology/approach: The study uses data from different national IESE's Family-Responsible Employer…

Carlier, Sandra Idrovo; Llorente, Consuelo Leon; Grau, Marc Grau

2012-01-01

85

Motivation and Quality of Work Life among Secondary School EFL Teachers  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This study set out to investigate the relationship between quality of work life and teacher motivation among 160 secondary school English as a foreign language (EFL) teachers in Tehran, Iran. In addition, 30 of the participants were randomly selected to take part in follow-up interviews which asked why they felt the way they reported. The results…

Baleghizadeh, Sasan; Gordani, Yahya

2012-01-01

86

Work-Life Policies for Faculty at the Top Ten Medical Schools  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose: There exists a growing consensus that career flexibility is critical to recruiting and retaining talented faculty, especially women faculty. This study was designed to determine both accessibility and content of work- life policies for faculty at leading medical schools in the United States. Methods: The sample includes the top ten medical schools in the United States published by U.S.

Mirar N. Bristol; Stephanie Abbuhl; Anne R. Cappola; Seema S. Sonnad

2008-01-01

87

Human Resource Executives' Perceptions and Measurement of the Strategic Impact of Work/Life Initiatives  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Given the stresses associated with today's demanding workplaces, work/life (w/l) initiatives continue to grow in importance as an organizational development (OD) intervention. In a period of increasing accountability, it is important for scholars and practitioners to demonstrate how OD interventions, like w/l initiatives, can be used as a…

Morris, Michael Lane; Heames, Joyce Thompson; McMillan, Heather S.

2011-01-01

88

Work-family enrichment as a mediator between organizational interventions for work-life balance and job outcomes  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose – This paper aims to examine the role of work-family enrichment in the relationships between organizational interventions for work-life balance (job characteristics, work-life benefits and policies, supervisor support and work-family culture) and job outcomes (job satisfaction, affective commitment and organizational citizenship behaviour). It is hypothesized that organizational interventions for work-life balance will be positively related to job outcomes and

Rupashree Baral; Shivganesh Bhargava

2010-01-01

89

International Committee for Radionuclide Metrology  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The International Committee for Radionuclide Metrology (ICRM) held its most recent series of meetings during 5 to 9 June 1989 in Braunschweig, FRG, at the invitation of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB). The meeting began with a personal welcome from Professor D. Kind, President of PTB.

Christmas, P.

1989-12-01

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[The value of using administrative data in public health research: the Continuous Working Life Sample].  

PubMed

The use of administrative data is common practice in public health research. The present field note describes the Continuous Working Life Sample (CWLS) and its use in health research. The CWLS is built on records generated by all contacts with the social security system (work contracts, disability, etc.), plus tax data (monetary gains, income, etc.) and census data (level of education, country of birth, etc.), but does not allow individuals to be identified. The CWLS was started in 2004 with 4% (1.1 million persons) of the total population who were either contributors to or beneficiaries of the social security system. The information on the individuals in the CWLS is updated annually and lost individuals are replaced. This continuous design allows the construction of a cohort with information on working life and financial status and evaluation of their relationship with work disability. Future connection with clinical records would enable analysis of other health-related outcomes. PMID:24698033

López, María Andrée; Benavides, Fernando G; Alonso, Jordi; Espallargues, Mireia; Durán, Xavier; Martínez, José Miguel

2014-01-01

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Health behavior, quality of work life, and organizational effectiveness in the lumber industry.  

PubMed

A major incentive for work-site health promotion activities has been the promise of increased company profitability. Some critics have challenged the economic argument based on distal outcomes such as increased employee longevity and less morbidity later in life. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between employee health behavior, quality of work life, and proximal organizationally valued outcomes. Data were collected from a stratified random sample of employees working at Pacific Lumber Company (N = 146), the largest single-site lumber mill in California. Although employee sleep patterns predicted health care utilization and psychological well-being, for the most part employee health behaviors were not strong predictors of proximal organizational effectiveness factors. However, quality-of-work-life factors significantly predicted organizational commitment, absenteeism, and tardiness frequency. The findings suggest the value of improving the system of work in which employees are embedded as part of comprehensive work-site health promotion efforts. PMID:10435239

Donaldson, S I; Sussman, S; Dent, C W; Severson, H H; Stoddard, J L

1999-08-01

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[Organizational and individual determinants of using initiatives conducive to successful work-life balance].  

PubMed

Appropriate distribution of time and energy between work and personal life poses a challenge to many working people. Unfortunately, many professionally active people experience work-family conflict. In order to minimize it, employees are offered various solutions aimed at reconciling professional and private spheres (work-life balance (WLB) initiatives). The authors attempt to answer what makes employees use WLB initiatives and what influences the decision to reject the available options. The review is based on the articles published after 2000, searched by Google Scholar and Web of Knowledge with use of the key words: work-life balance, work-family conflict, work-life balance initiatives, work-life balance initiatives use, use of WLB solutions. We focused on organizational and individual determinants of WLB initiatives use, such as organizational culture, stereotypes and values prevailing in the work environment that may result in stigmatization of workers - flexibility stigma. We discuss the reasons why supervisors and co-workers stigmatize their colleagues, and what are the consequences of experiencing such stigmatization. Among the individual determinants of WLB initiatives use, we have inter alia focused on the preference for integration vs. separation of the spheres of life. The presented material shows that social factors - cultural norms prevailing in a society, relationships in the workplace and individual factors, such as the level of self-control - are of equal importance for decisions of using WLB initiatives as their existence. Our conclusion is that little attention has been paid to the research on determinants of WLB initiatives use, especially to individual ones. PMID:24834699

Andysz, Aleksandra; Najder, Anna; Merecz-Kot, Dorota

2014-01-01

93

Attracting STEM Talent: Do STEM Students Prefer Traditional or Work/Life-Interaction Labs?  

PubMed Central

The demand for employees trained in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields continues to increase, yet the number of Millennial students pursuing STEM is not keeping pace. We evaluated whether this shortfall is associated with Millennials' preference for flexibility and work/life-interaction in their careers-a preference that may be inconsistent with the traditional idea of a science career endorsed by many lab directors. Two contrasting approaches to running STEM labs and training students were explored, and we created a lab recruitment video depicting each. The work-focused video emphasized the traditional notions of a science lab, characterized by long work hours and a focus on individual achievement and conducting research above all else. In contrast, the work/life-interaction-focused video emphasized a more progressive view – lack of demarcation between work and non-work lives, flexible hours, and group achievement. In Study 1, 40 professors rated the videos, and the results confirmed that the two lab types reflected meaningful real-world differences in training approaches. In Study 2, we recruited 53 current and prospective graduate students in STEM fields who displayed high math-identification and a commitment to science careers. In a between-subjects design, they watched one of the two lab-recruitment videos, and then reported their anticipated sense of belonging to and desire to participate in the lab depicted in the video. Very large effects were observed on both primary measures: Participants who watched the work/life-interaction-focused video reported a greater sense of belonging to (d?=?1.49) and desire to participate in (d?=?1.33) the lab, relative to participants who watched the work-focused video. These results suggest Millennials possess a strong desire for work/life-interaction, which runs counter to the traditional lab-training model endorsed by many lab directors. We discuss implications of these findings for STEM recruitment. PMID:24587044

DeFraine, William C.; Williams, Wendy M.; Ceci, Stephen J.

2014-01-01

94

Attracting STEM talent: do STEM students prefer traditional or work/life-interaction labs?  

PubMed

The demand for employees trained in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields continues to increase, yet the number of Millennial students pursuing STEM is not keeping pace. We evaluated whether this shortfall is associated with Millennials' preference for flexibility and work/life-interaction in their careers-a preference that may be inconsistent with the traditional idea of a science career endorsed by many lab directors. Two contrasting approaches to running STEM labs and training students were explored, and we created a lab recruitment video depicting each. The work-focused video emphasized the traditional notions of a science lab, characterized by long work hours and a focus on individual achievement and conducting research above all else. In contrast, the work/life-interaction-focused video emphasized a more progressive view - lack of demarcation between work and non-work lives, flexible hours, and group achievement. In Study 1, 40 professors rated the videos, and the results confirmed that the two lab types reflected meaningful real-world differences in training approaches. In Study 2, we recruited 53 current and prospective graduate students in STEM fields who displayed high math-identification and a commitment to science careers. In a between-subjects design, they watched one of the two lab-recruitment videos, and then reported their anticipated sense of belonging to and desire to participate in the lab depicted in the video. Very large effects were observed on both primary measures: Participants who watched the work/life-interaction-focused video reported a greater sense of belonging to (d?=?1.49) and desire to participate in (d?=?1.33) the lab, relative to participants who watched the work-focused video. These results suggest Millennials possess a strong desire for work/life-interaction, which runs counter to the traditional lab-training model endorsed by many lab directors. We discuss implications of these findings for STEM recruitment. PMID:24587044

DeFraine, William C; Williams, Wendy M; Ceci, Stephen J

2014-01-01

95

Fulfillment of Work–Life Balance From the Organizational Perspective: A Case Study  

PubMed Central

Context: Researchers studying work–life balance have examined policy development and implementation to create a family-friendly work environment from an individualistic perspective rather than from a cohort of employees working under the same supervisor. Objective: To investigate what factors influence work–life balance within the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I clinical setting from the perspective of an athletic training staff. Design: Qualitative study. Setting: Web-based management system. Patients or Other Participants: Eight athletic trainers (5 men, 3 women; age = 38 ± 7 years) in the NCAA Division I setting. Data Collection and Analysis: Participants responded to a series of questions by journaling their thoughts and experiences. We included data-source triangulation, multiple-analyst triangulation, and peer review to establish data credibility. We analyzed the data via a grounded theory approach. Results: Three themes emerged from the data. Family-oriented and supportive work environment was described as a workplace that fosters and encourages work–life balance through professionally and personally shared goals. Nonwork outlets included activities, such as exercise and personal hobbies, that provide time away from the role of the athletic trainer. Individualistic strategies reflected that although the athletic training staff must work together and support one another, each staff member must have his or her own personal strategies to manage personal and professional responsibilities. Conclusions: The foundation for a successful work environment in the NCAA Division I clinical setting potentially can center on the management style of the supervisor, especially one who promotes teamwork among his or her staff members. Although a family-friendly work environment is necessary for work–life balance, each member of the athletic training staff must have personal strategies in place to fully achieve a balance. PMID:24067152

Mazerolle, Stephanie M.; Goodman, Ashley

2013-01-01

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Physical occupational exposures during working life and quality of life after labour market exit: results from the GAZEL study  

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Physical occupational exposures during working life and quality of life after labour market exit;Physical occupational exposures during working life and quality of life after labour market exit: results from the GAZEL study Objective: To investigatevariations in quality of life at older ages we take

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

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The Big Payoff: Educational Attainment and Synthetic Estimates of Work-Life Earnings. Special Studies. Current Population Reports.  

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Changes in the relationship between educational attainment and work-life earnings over the past 25 years were examined by using data from the Current Population Survey (CPS) to construct synthetic work-life earnings. CPS data collected in March 1998, 1999, and 2000 were analyzed by age, sex, full- or part-time work experience, race, Hispanic…

Day, Jennifer Cheeseman; Newburger, Eric C.

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Impact of work-life imbalance on job satisfaction and quality of life among hospital nurses in Japan.  

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This study investigated the status of work-life imbalance among hospital nurses in Japan and impact of work-life imbalance on job satisfaction and quality of life. A cross-sectional survey of 1,202 nurses (81% response rate) was conducted in three Japanese acute care hospitals. Participants were divided into four groups for actual work-life balance (Group A: 50/50, including other lower working proportion groups [e.g., 40/50]; Group B: 60/40; Group C: 70/30; and Group D: 80/20, including other higher working proportion groups [e.g., 90/10]). We also asked participants about desired work-life balance, and private and work-related perspectives. Satisfactions (job, private life, and work-life balance), quality of life, and stress-coping ability were also measured. All data were compared among the four groups. Most nurses sensed that they had a greater proportion of working life than private life, and had a work-life imbalance. Actual WLB did not fit compared to desired WLB. When the actual working proportion greatly exceeds the private life proportion, nurses' health could be in danger, and they may resign due to lower job satisfaction and QOL. Simultaneous progress by both management and individual nurses is necessary to improve work-life imbalance. PMID:25475095

Makabe, Sachiko; Takagai, Junko; Asanuma, Yoshihiro; Ohtomo, Kazuo; Kimura, Yutaka

2015-04-01

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Setting a good example: supervisors as work-life-friendly role models within the context of boundary management.  

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This multisource, multilevel study examined the importance of supervisors as work-life-friendly role models for employees' boundary management. Particularly, we tested whether supervisors' work-home segmentation behavior represents work-life-friendly role modeling for their employees. Furthermore, we tested whether work-life-friendly role modeling is positively related to employees' work-home segmentation behavior. Also, we examined whether work-life-friendly role modeling is positively related to employees' well-being in terms of feeling less exhausted and disengaged. In total, 237 employees and their 75 supervisors participated in our study. Results from hierarchical linear models revealed that supervisors who showed more segmentation behavior to separate work and home were more likely perceived as work-life-friendly role models. Employees with work-life-friendly role models were more likely to segment between work and home, and they felt less exhausted and disengaged. One may conclude that supervisors as work-life-friendly role models are highly important for employees' work-home segmentation behavior and gatekeepers to implement a work-life-friendly organizational culture. PMID:25198308

Koch, Anna R; Binnewies, Carmen

2015-01-01

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Impact of work-life imbalance on job satisfaction and quality of life among hospital nurses in Japan  

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This study investigated the status of work-life imbalance among hospital nurses in Japan and impact of work-life imbalance on job satisfaction and quality of life. A cross-sectional survey of 1,202 nurses (81% response rate) was conducted in three Japanese acute care hospitals. Participants were divided into four groups for actual work-life balance (Group A: 50/50, including other lower working proportion groups [e.g., 40/50]; Group B: 60/40; Group C: 70/30; and Group D: 80/20, including other higher working proportion groups [e.g., 90/10]). We also asked participants about desired work-life balance, and private and work-related perspectives. Satisfactions (job, private life, and work-life balance), quality of life, and stress-coping ability were also measured. All data were compared among the four groups. Most nurses sensed that they had a greater proportion of working life than private life, and had a work-life imbalance. Actual WLB did not fit compared to desired WLB. When the actual working proportion greatly exceeds the private life proportion, nurses’ health could be in danger, and they may resign due to lower job satisfaction and QOL. Simultaneous progress by both management and individual nurses is necessary to improve work-life imbalance.

MAKABE, Sachiko; TAKAGAI, Junko; ASANUMA, Yoshihiro; OHTOMO, Kazuo; KIMURA, Yutaka

2014-01-01

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Workaholism and work-life imbalance: does cultural origin influence the relationship?  

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In recent years, workaholism has become prevalent throughout organizations and has captured the attention of organizational leaders as well as the academic and scientific communities. Most research in this area has focused on the negative consequences of workaholism, specifically work-life imbalance. One area of research that has largely been ignored is the potential influence of demographic variables on the relationship between workaholism and work-life imbalance. Therefore, the current study focused on how cultural origin might influence the intensity of this relationship. Based on relative deprivation theory and previous empirical work, it was expected that cultural origin would moderate the relationship between workaholism and work-life imbalance. Specifically, it was predicted that Caucasian participants would score higher on levels of workaholism than Black participants, and that the relationship between workaholism and work-life imbalance would be stronger for Caucasians than for Blacks. The results revealed that high levels of workaholism were significantly correlated with high levels of work-life imbalance. However, results also indicated that cultural origin did not moderate the relationship between workaholism and work-life imbalance, and there was no significant mean difference between Caucasian and Black participants on our measure of workaholism. These findings are important in that it is essential for employers to be aware of workaholic tendencies so they can better handle the negative consequences that result for the organization, and to also help promote the well-being of their employees. En los últimos años la adicción al trabajo se ha vuelto muy popular en las organizaciones y ha capturado la atención tanto de líderes organizacionales, así como de las comunidades científicas y académicas. La mayoría de investigaciones en esta área se han focalizado en las consequencias negativas de la adicción al trabajo (workoholismo), específicamente en el desequilibrio entre trabajo-vida. Una área de investigación que ha sido ignorada por mucho tiempo es la influencia potencial de las variables demográficas sobre la relación entre adicción al trabajo y el desequilibrio trabajo-vida. Por este motivo es que el presente estudio se focalizó en como el origen cultural puede influenciar la intensidad de esta relación. Tomando como base la teoría de la deprivación relativa y estudios empíricos previos, se esperó que el origen cultural moderaría la relación entre adicción al trabajo y desequilibrio trabajo-vida. Específicamente se pudo predecir que los participantes caucásicos mostraron más elevados puntajes en los niveles de adicción al trabajo que los participantes negros, y que la relación entre adicción al trabajo y desequilibrio trabajo-vida era más intensa entre los caucásicos que entre los negros. Los resultados revelaron que elevados niveles de adicción al trabajo correlacionaron significativamente con altos niveles de desequilibrio trabajo-vida. Sin embargo los resultados también revelaron que el origen cultural no moderaba la relación entre adicción al trabajo y desequilibrio trabajo-vida, y que además no había una diferencia significativa de medias entre los participantes caucásicos y negros respecto de nuestras mediciones de adicción al trabajo. Estos resultados son importantes en la medida en que es esencial para los empleadores el ser conscientes respecto de las tendencias de adicción al trabajo, lo que les permitirá manejar con mayor efectividad las consequencias negativas para la empresa resultantes de estas tendencias, y por otro lado apoyar a sus empleados en la promoción de su bienestar. Au cours des dernières années, le travaillolisme (workaholism) a pris de l'ampleur dans les organisations et a capté l'attention à la fois des dirigeants d'organisations et des communautés académique et scientifique. La majorité de la recherche dans ce domaine fut orientée sur les conséquences négatives du travaillolisme et, plus spécifiquement, sur le conflit travai

Aziz, Shahnaz; Adkins, Carrie T; Walker, Alan G; Wuensch, Karl L

2010-02-01

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Quality of Work Life as a Mediator Between Emotional Labor and Work Family Interference  

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Purpose  We adopted the conservation of resources model (COR, Hobfoll Am Psychol 44:513–524, 1989; Hobfoll in Stress, culture, and community: the psychology and philosophy of stress, Plenum, New York, 1998) to examine the associations among emotional labor, work family interference, and quality of work life.\\u000a \\u000a \\u000a \\u000a Design\\/Methodology\\/Approach  Cross-sectional, self-reported data were obtained from 442 Hong Kong Chinese service employees.\\u000a \\u000a \\u000a \\u000a Findings  Correlation and hierarchical regression

Francis Yue-Lok Cheung; Catherine So-Kum Tang

2009-01-01

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Enhancing a sustainable healthy working life: design of a clustered randomized controlled trial  

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Background To improve a sustainable healthy working life, we have developed the intervention 'Staying healthy at work', which endeavours to enhance work participation of employees aged 45 years and older by increasing their problem-solving capacity and stimulating their awareness of their role and responsibility towards a healthy working life. This research study aims to evaluate the process and the effectiveness of the intervention compared with care as usual. Methods/design The study is a cluster-randomized controlled trial design (randomized at the supervisor level), with a 1-year follow-up. Workers aged 45 years and older have been enrolled in the study. Workers in the intervention group are receiving the intervention 'Staying healthy at work'. The main focus of the intervention is to promote a healthy working life of ageing workers by: (1) changing workers awareness and behaviour, by emphasizing their own decisive role in attaining goals; (2) improving the supervisors' ability to support workers in taking the necessary action, by means of enhancing knowledge and competence; and (3) enhancing the use of the human resource professionals and the occupational health tools available within the organization. The supervisors in the intervention group have been trained how to present themselves as a source of support for the worker. Workers in the control group are receiving care as usual; supervisors in the control group have not participated in the training. Measurements have been taken at baseline and will be followed up at 3, 6 and 12 months. The primary outcome measures are vitality, work ability and productivity. The secondary outcomes measures include fatigue, job strain, work attitude, self-efficacy and work engagement. A process evaluation will be conducted at both the supervisor and the worker levels, and satisfaction with the content of the intervention will be assessed. Discussion The intervention 'Staying healthy at work' has the potential to provide evidence-based knowledge of an innovative method to promote a sustainable healthy working life in the older working population. The results of the study will be relevant for workers, employers, occupational health professionals and human resource professionals. Trial registration The trial is registered with the Dutch Trial Register under number NTR2270. PMID:20691067

2010-01-01

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Analysis of the strain on employees in the retail sector considering work-life balance.  

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Many companies currently strive to support their employees' work-life balance through appropriate measures in order to improve employees' loyalty towards the company and to recruit new employees. In this context, flexibility in the area of working times is a measure that can influence employees' private lives immensely. This is why the individualisation of working time arrangements has been accorded high importance in current discussions on work-life balance. In this area, best practice examples can be found showing how working-time arrangements can improve the situation of the employees. It should be noted, however, that there is not one single perfect working-time model. A working-time model must always be adapted specifically to the actual situation of the company and the employees. Therefore, a targeted analysis of the challenges facing the company and the demands on the employees is essential for the creation of an appropriate working time policy. In particular, the employees' working-time preferences must be appropriately taken into account. Owing, however, to a combination of organisational complications and legal data protection restrictions, it is for the most part impossible to meet these working-time preferences in their entirety. This paper, which is based on an employee survey, illustrates the strain on employees in the retail sector and identifies different types of working-time preferences. PMID:22317125

Zülch, Gert; Stock, Patricia; Schmidt, Daniel

2012-01-01

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Exploring the work\\/life\\/study balance: the experience of higher education students in a Scottish further education college  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study explores the dimensions of the work\\/life\\/study balance and its influence on student participation in higher education, through a case study of the experience of higher education students, studying both full time and part time, in a Scottish further education college. The experience of the students and the work\\/life\\/study challenges that they face stand in marked contrast to the

Janet Lowe; Vernon Gayle

2007-01-01

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A Qualitative Study of Work-Life Choices in Academic Internal Medicine  

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The high attrition rate of female physicians pursuing an academic medicine research career has not been examined in the context of career development theory. We explored how internal medicine residents and faculty experience their work within the context of their broader life domain in order to identify strategies for facilitating career advancement. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with a purposeful sample of 18 residents and 34 faculty members representing male and female physicians at different career stages. Using thematic analysis, three themes emerged: 1) the love of being a physician (“Raison d’être”), 2) family obligations (“2nd Shift”), and 3) balancing work demands with non-work life (“Negotiating Academic Medicine”). Female researchers and educators reported more strategies for multiple role planning and management than female practitioners. Interventions aimed at enhancing academic internists’ planning and self-efficacy for multiple role management should be investigated as a potential means for increasing participation and facilitate advancement. PMID:23605099

Isaac, Carol; Byars-Winston, Angela; McSorley, Rebecca; Schultz, Alexandra; Kaatz, Anna; Carnes, Mary L.

2013-01-01

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Work-life balance and subjective well-being: the mediating role of need fulfilment.  

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The relationship between work-life balance (WLB) (i.e. the perceived sufficiency of the time available for work and social life) and well-being is well-documented. However, previous research failed to sufficiently explain why this relationship exists. In this research, the hypothesis was tested that a sufficient amount of the time available increases well-being because it facilitates satisfaction of personal needs. Using two separate samples (students and employees), the mediating role of need fulfilment in the relationship between WLB and well-being was supported. The results suggest that perceived sufficiency of the time available for work and social life predicts the level of well-being only if the individual's needs are fulfilled within that time. PMID:18718107

Gröpel, Peter; Kuhl, Julius

2009-05-01

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Quality of work life, burnout, and stress in emergency department physicians: a qualitative review.  

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A 2006 literature review reported that emergency department (ED) physicians showed elevated burnout levels and highlighted several environment and personal issues contributing toward burnout. Research on burnout in EDs is limited. We propose an updated qualitative review on the relationships between work stress, burnout, and quality of work life in ED physicians. We searched MEDLINE, PsycInfo, and Science Direct for studies published since 2005. Of 491 papers, 10 papers were retained, using validated measures and having a minimum of 75 participants. Data extraction was performed manually by the first author and was reviewed by the second author. The majority of the studies used large samples, cross-sectional designs, random, and/or stratified assignment. ED physicians showed moderate to high levels of burnout with difficult work conditions including significant psychological demands, lack of resources, and poor support. Nonetheless, physicians reported high job satisfaction. Further studies should focus on the implementation of measures designed to prevent burnout. PMID:25093897

Bragard, Isabelle; Dupuis, Gilles; Fleet, Richard

2014-08-01

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Quality of working life issues of employees with a chronic physical disease: a systematic review.  

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Purpose To assess issues that contribute to the Quality of Working Life (QWL) of employees with a chronic physical disease. Methods A systematic literature search was conducted using the databases PubMed, PsycINFO and EMBASE. Experiences and perceptions during the working life of employees with a chronic physical disease were extracted and synthesized into issues that contributed to their QWL. We organized these synthesized QWL issues into higher order themes and categories with qualitative data analysis software. Results From a total of 4,044 articles identified by the search, 61 articles were included. Data extraction and data synthesis resulted in an overview of 73 QWL issues that were classified into 30 themes. The following five categories of themes were identified: (1) job characteristics with issues such as job flexibility and work-site access; (2) the social structure and environment containing issues about disclosure, discrimination, misunderstanding, and awareness by employers or colleagues; (3) organizational characteristics with issues such as requesting work accommodations; (4) individual work perceptions including issues about enjoyment and evaluating work or life priorities; and (5) effect of the disease and treatment including issues about cognitive and physical health and work ability. Conclusion This systematic review offers an extensive overview of issues that might contribute to the QWL of employees with a chronic physical disease. This overview may function as a starting point for occupational support, such as monitoring and evaluating the QWL of employees with a chronic physical disease during return-to-work and work continuation processes. PMID:24832893

de Jong, Merel; de Boer, Angela G E M; Tamminga, Sietske J; Frings-Dresen, Monique H W

2015-03-01

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Work–life initiatives and organizational change: Overcoming mixed messages to move from the margin to the mainstream  

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This article examines perspectives on employer work–life initiatives as potential organizational change phenomena. Work–life initiatives address two main organizational challenges: structural (flexible job design, human resource policies) and cultural (supportive supervisors, climate) factors. While work–life initiatives serve a purpose in highlighting the need for organizational adaptation to changing relationships between work, family, and personal life, we argue they usually are marginalized rather than mainstreamed into organizational systems. We note mixed consequences of work–life initiatives for individuals and organizations.While they may enable employees to manage work and caregiving, they can increase work intensification and perpetuate stereotypes of ideal workers. In order to advance the field, organizations and scholars need to frame both structural and cultural work–life changes as part of the core employment systems to enhance organizational effectiveness and not just as strategies to support disadvantaged, non-ideal workers. We conclude with an overview of the articles in this special issue. PMID:22021934

Kossek, Ellen Ernst; Lewis, Suzan; Hammer, Leslie B

2011-01-01

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Macroergonomics and total quality management: how to improve quality of working life?  

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In this paper, we present a macroergonomic model of work design that is applied and tested to examine Total Quality Management (TQM) in the public sector. According to the model, TQM can influence different aspects of work design and quality of working life (QWL). Questionnaire data collected in 2 public sector organizations in the USA show that TQM can have both positive and negative impact on work design and QWL. The main positive impact of TQM was found on job content, job control and participation, and social relationships. The main negative impact of TQM was on workload, uncertainty, and clarity of job duties. The impact of TQM on QWL was mixed. Our results show that the impact of TQM on work design and QWL varied very much across the 6 participating departments, as well as within the departments. Further research is warranted to assess the human impact of TQM, in particular research on the linkage between various aspects of TQM, on one hand, and work design and QWL, on the other hand. PMID:10602651

Carayon, P; Sainfort, F; Smith, M J

1999-01-01

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[Improving the quality of work life. Awkward and strained postures among scrub nurses].  

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Latest statistics show worrying figures about labour accidents and illnesses in surgical nursery, due to the lack of preventing measures or unsuitable working conditions. Actually the duties of a scrub nurse bring an important static physical burden and the fulfilment of reiterative movements, as well as environmental conditions that may raise the provability of the development of skeletal muscular diseases in a medium-long time. In order to monitor the correct accomplishment of preventing rules related to working postures and the handling of heavy loads and identify risk factors that may lead to these disorders and asses symptoms related to inadequate positions and/or heavy efforts, a descriptive quantitative study was carried out over 24 theatre nurses from 2 hospitals in Murcia. According to the gathered information, analysed with the statistic program SPSS, the adopted measures to avoid risks are inadequate and insufficient. The inquired population adopt unsuitable postures in a high proportion moreover, what let us establish a significant correlation with the obtained information referred to the posture adopted. As a result, we cannot any longer state that scrub nurses are undergoing the established preventive rules in order to avoid those symptoms associated to the kind of job they carry out. To sum up we believe as very necessary to improve the scrub nurses' quality of work life, the removal of risk factors and the supply of suitable instrumental, drawing up a protocol of safety and working behaviours as well as offering seminars to teach that protocol. PMID:14502935

Martínez, María Ruzafa; Madrigal de Torres, Fernando; Ruíz García, M Jesús; Salinas Marín, Rufina

2003-04-01

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Agency and capabilities to achieve a work-life balance: a comparison of Sweden and Hungary.  

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This study develops a conceptual framework with a capabilities and agency approach for analyzing work–life balance (WLB) applied in two societies (Hungary and Sweden), which have different working time regimes, levels of precarious employment, and gender equality discourses and norms. Inspired by Amartya Sen, we present a model illustrating how agency freedom for WLB depends on multiple resources at the individual, work organizational, institutional, and normative/societal levels. Using a unique qualitative survey conducted in two cities, Budapest and Stockholm, we analyze how mothers and fathers subjectively experience the tensions between family and work demands, and their possibilities for alternative choices (agency freedom). We find similarities in these tensions involving time pressure and time poverty, cutting across gender and education. Our Hungarian parents, nevertheless, experience greater agency inequalities for WLB, which reflect weaker institutional resources (conversion factors) as well as cultural/societal norms that act as constraints for WLB claims in the workplace and household. Our study reveals that Swedish parents, both men and women, express a strong sense of entitlement to exercise rights to care. PMID:21966697

Hobson, Barbara; Fahlén, Susanne; Takács, Judit

2011-01-01

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Literature as Invitation.  

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Describes how a discussion of "The Diary of Anne Frank" moved a class to intense discussion. Discusses how the books, and stories, and poems are invitations to a passionate engagement with human experience. Considers literature as the invitation to a dialogue, to intellectual inquiry, to tell one's own story, to participate in a society and the…

Probst, Robert

2000-01-01

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"I'd Sit at Home and Do Work Emails": How Tablets Affect the Work-Life  

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"I'd Sit at Home and Do Work Emails": How Tablets Affect the Work-Life Balance of Office Workers tablets have become popular, first as leisure devices, and lately as business tools helping people to stay investigated why, how, and where office workers use tablets and what impact those devices may have on work

Subramanian, Sriram

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Job and Organizational Factors as Predictors of Quality of Working Life and Turnover Intention in IT Work Places  

Microsoft Academic Search

Summary High turnover has been a major issue in IT organizations. A conceptual model to explain turnover was developed and tested in two national samples of IT and IT manufacturing work. The model postulates that Quality of Working Life mediates the relations between job\\/organi- zational characteristics and turnover intention. The American sample consists of 624 IT employ- ees of five

Christian Korunka; Peter Hoonakker; Pascale Carayon

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Towards Working Life: Effects of an Intervention on Mental Health and Transition to Post-Basic Education  

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The Towards Working Life group method was designed to promote the transition to the upper secondary level or vocational studies and to support mental health among young people finishing their basic education. This study examined the effects of the intervention during upper secondary and vocational studies in a randomized field experimental study…

Vuori, Jukka; Koivisto, Petri; Mutanen, Pertti; Jokisaari, Markku; Salmela-Aro, Katariina

2008-01-01

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Determinants of Work-Life Balance: Shortcomings in the Contemporary Measurement of WLB in Large-Scale Surveys  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Research on work-life balance (WLB) has presented important insights into the problems of combining family aspirations with paid work in relation to policy relevant agendas. Using the ESS II (2004/2005), we examine work-related and household/family-related causes of WLB. We can corroborate other research findings that show that work-related…

Pichler, Florian

2009-01-01

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Line Manager Involvement in Work-Life Balance and Career Development: Can't Manage, Won't Manage?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Line manager involvement in HRM is an increasing trend across Europe. With the numbers of employees taking advantage of work-life balance policies also on the increase, line manager responsibility for this specific policy area is likely to become more marked. In this paper, we argue that line managers have a critical role to play in the career…

Dick, Penny; Hyde, Rosie

2006-01-01

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Midlevel Student Affairs Leaders' Intentions To Leave: Examining the Quality of Their Professional and Institutional Work Life.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This national study examines those demographic characteristics and work life issues that may have an impact on the morale and satisfaction of midlevel student affairs leaders and their intentions to leave their positions. Using structural equation modeling, this study proposes to demonstrate the roles job satisfaction and employee morale play in…

Rosser, Vicki J.; Javinar, Jan Minoru

2003-01-01

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Gastrointestinal complaints related to eating and drinking habits and work life of intensive care nurses in Zonguldak, Turkey.  

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The purpose of this descriptive study was to determine the effect of self-reported work life and nutritional habits of intensive care unit nurses in the incidence of gastrointestinal complaints. This study of 110 nurses found that long work hours at night and incorrect eating and drinking habits affect their gastrointestinal system. PMID:18580285

Celik, Sevim; Veren, Funda; Ocakci, Ayse

2008-01-01

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Quality of Work Life: Theoretical and Methodological Problems, and Presentation of a New Model and Measuring Instrument  

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Purpose: Ever since the concept of Quality of Work Life (QWL) was first used over 30 years ago, a range of definitions and theoretical constructs have succeeded each other with the aim of mitigating the many problems facing the concept. A historical overview of the concept of QWL is presented here. Given the lack of consensus concerning the…

Martel, Jean-Pierre; Dupuis, Gilles

2006-01-01

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Living Tomorrow... An Inquiry into the Preparation of Young People for Working Life in Europe. 3rd Edition.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Technological advances have created changes in working life. Automation displaces more workers than the service industry can absorb. The jobs that are left are often downgraded from the complexity they have formerly enjoyed. As society becomes more and more automated, unemployment becomes structural. How do we prepare young people for the jobs of…

Deforge, Ives

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Working out the quality of work life : A career development perspective with insights for human resource management  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose – This paper aims to examine the importance of the quality of work life and its impact on career development from an organizational perspective, and provides insights into human resource management (HRM) practice. Design\\/methodology\\/approach – The paper reports the key findings of a study carried out in the USA, based on an online forum for people who undertook professional-development

Roland K. Yeo; Jessica Li

2011-01-01

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Well-Being and the Child-Parent Relationship at the Transition from University to Work Life  

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This longitudinal study addresses the impact of the transition from university to work life on emerging adults' well-being and their relationship with their parents. A sample of 102 German students attending their last year at the university (M = 25.44 years, SD = 2.61) completed a questionnaire. Among others, scales from the Network of…

Buhl, Heike M.

2007-01-01

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The Transition from Education to Working Life: Key Data on Vocational Training in the European Union. CEDEFOP Reference Series.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The transition from education to working life in the European Union (EU) was examined through a review of data from the following sources: the European Labour Force Survey; The Vocational Education and Training Data Collection (an annual collection of data produced by Eurostat); and national data supplied to the European Training Foundation by…

Mansuy, Michele; Couppie, Thomas; Fetsi, Anastasia; Scatoli, Carlo; Mooney, Paul; van den Brande, Godelieve

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AGU Committees  

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Administrative Committees are responsible for those functions required for the overall performance or well-being of AGU as an organization. These committees are Audit and Legal Affairs, Budget and Finance*, Development, Nominations*, Planning, Statutes and Bylaws*, Tellers.Operating Committees are responsible for the policy direction and operational oversight of AGU's primary programs. The Operating Committees are Education and Human Resources, Fellows*, Information Technology, International Participation*, Meetings, Public Affairs, Public Information, Publications*.

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LIDC Committees  

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Below are the LIDC committees and corresponding members. Spiral CT Scanning, Dose, and Quality Control CommitteeMike McNitt-Gray (Chair)Sam ArmatoHeber MacMahonElla KazerooniDavid YankelevitzGeoff McLennan Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria CommitteeSam Armato

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The Association of Subjective Workload Dimensions on Quality of Care and Pharmacist Quality of Work Life  

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Background Workload has been described both objectively (e.g., number of prescriptions dispensed per pharmacist) as well as subjectively (e.g., pharmacist’s perception of busyness). These approaches might be missing important characteristics of pharmacist workload that have not been previously identified and measured. Objectives To measure the association of community pharmacists’ workload perceptions at three levels (organization, job, and task) with job satisfaction, burnout, and perceived performance of two tasks in the medication dispensing process. Methods A secondary data analysis was performed using cross-sectional survey data collected from Wisconsin (US) community pharmacists. Organization–related workload was measured as staffing adequacy; job-related workload was measured as general and specific job demands; task-related workload was measured as internal and external mental demands. Pharmacists’ perceived task performance was assessed for patient profile review and patient consultation. The survey was administered to a random sample of 500 pharmacists who were asked to opt in if they were a community pharmacist. Descriptive statistics and correlations of study variables were determined. Two structural equation models were estimated to examine relationships between the study variables and perceived task performance. Results From the 224 eligible community pharmacists that agreed to participate, 165 (73.7%) usable surveys were completed and returned. Job satisfaction and job-related monitoring demands had direct positive associations with both dispensing tasks. External task demands were negatively related to perceived patient consultation performance. Indirect effects on both tasks were primarily mediated through job satisfaction, which was positively related to staffing adequacy and cognitive job demands and negatively related to volume job demands. External task demands had an additional indirect effect on perceived patient consultation performance, as it was associated with lower levels of job satisfaction and higher levels of burnout. Implications/Conclusions Allowing community pharmacists to concentrate on tasks and limiting interruptions while performing these tasks are important factors in improving quality of patient care and pharmacist work life. The results have implications for strategies to improve patient safety and pharmacist performance. PMID:23791360

Chui, Michelle A.; Look, Kevin A.; Mott, David A.

2013-01-01

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EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY Department of Psychology invites applications for a tenure-track position in Developmental Psychology, at the assistant professor level,  

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-track position in Developmental Psychology, at the assistant professor level, beginning August 12, 2013 current letters of reference to be sent to Developmental Psychology Search Committee Chair, Department#939424 EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY Department of Psychology invites applications for a tenure

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Work-Life Balance in the New Millennium: Where Are We? Where Do We Need To Go? CPRN Discussion Paper.  

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The effects of three types of work-life conflict in Canada were examined by using data from a set of work and family studies that were conducted in 1991 and 2001. The studies focused on the effects of the following types of conflict: (1) work overload; (2) work-to-family interference (where work gets in the way of family); and (3) family-to-work…

Duxbury, Linda; Higgins, Chris

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The relationship between quality of work life and turnover intention of primary health care nurses in Saudi Arabia  

PubMed Central

Background Quality of work life (QWL) has been found to influence the commitment of health professionals, including nurses. However, reliable information on QWL and turnover intention of primary health care (PHC) nurses is limited. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between QWL and turnover intention of PHC nurses in Saudi Arabia. Methods A cross-sectional survey was used in this study. Data were collected using Brooks’ survey of Quality of Nursing Work Life, the Anticipated Turnover Scale and demographic data questions. A total of 508 PHC nurses in the Jazan Region, Saudi Arabia, completed the questionnaire (RR = 87%). Descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, General Linear Model (GLM) univariate analysis, standard multiple regression, and hierarchical multiple regression were applied for analysis using SPSS v17 for Windows. Results Findings suggested that the respondents were dissatisfied with their work life, with almost 40% indicating a turnover intention from their current PHC centres. Turnover intention was significantly related to QWL. Using standard multiple regression, 26% of the variance in turnover intention was explained by QWL, p < 0.001, with R2 = .263. Further analysis using hierarchical multiple regression found that the total variance explained by the model as a whole (demographics and QWL) was 32.1%, p < 0.001. QWL explained an additional 19% of the variance in turnover intention, after controlling for demographic variables. Conclusions Creating and maintaining a healthy work life for PHC nurses is very important to improve their work satisfaction, reduce turnover, enhance productivity and improve nursing care outcomes. PMID:22970764

2012-01-01

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file:///C|/html/Committees/cocsyllabus.htm COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES  

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file:///C|/html/Committees/cocsyllabus.htm COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 2011-2012 MEMBERS NAME TERM Senate, the Chancellor or their designees) shall serve on the Committee. TERM OF OFFICE file:///C|/html/Committees/cocsyllabus.htm (1 of 2) [1/3/2012 2:50:48 PM] #12;file:///C|/html/Committees/cocsyllabus.htm Except

Farritor, Shane

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Take it or leave: a five-year prospective study of workplace bullying and indicators of expulsion in working life.  

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Workplace bullying is often held as a precursor of expulsion in working life, but the?claim builds on sparse empirical groundwork. In the present study, bullying is investigated as an antecedent to indicators of expulsion, be it from the workplace (change of employer) or from working life itself (disability benefit recipiency and unemployment), using a nationally representative sample (n=1,613), a five-year time-lag as well as two separate measures of workplace bullying. In line with the hypotheses, logistic regression analyses revealed that both exposure to bullying behaviors and self-labeled bullying are significantly associated with change of employer (OR=1.77 and 2.42, respectively) and disability benefit recipiency (OR=2.81 and 2.95, respectively). Moreover, exposure to bullying behaviors was found to be significantly related to unemployment five years on (OR=4.6). For the self-labeling measure of bullying, this tendency only held true at the 0.1 significance level (OR=3.69, p=0.098). Together, the present results indicate that targets of bullying are at a greater risk of expulsion, both from the workplace and from working life itself, thus representing strong incentives to combat bullying both from the perspective of the individual, the organization and society at large. PMID:25475094

Glambek, Mats; Skogstad, Anders; Einarsen, Ståle

2015-04-01

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The effects of positive versus negative impact reflection on change in job performance and work-life conflict  

PubMed Central

Research on task significance and relational job design suggests that information from beneficiaries of one’s work fosters perceptions of impact, and thus improved work outcomes. This paper presents results from a longitudinal field experiment examining the effect of another strategy for fostering perceptions of impact – engaging employees in regular reflection about how their work benefits others. With a sample of professionals from multiple organizations, this longitudinal study examined the effect on job performance and work-life conflict of both positive and negative impact reflection. Results show that negative impact reflection had a pronounced negative effect on job performance, but no effect on work-life conflict. Positive impact reflection had a weak positive effect on work-life conflict, but no significant effect on job performance. The direction of effects seen in the no intervention condition mirrored that of the negative impact reflection condition, suggesting a possible buffering effect for positive impact reflection. This research provides empirical and theoretical contributions to the literatures on relational job design and task significance. PMID:25505890

Cardador, M. Teresa

2014-01-01

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Take it or leave: a five-year prospective study of workplace bullying and indicators of expulsion in working life  

PubMed Central

Workplace bullying is often held as a precursor of expulsion in working life, but the claim builds on sparse empirical groundwork. In the present study, bullying is investigated as an antecedent to indicators of expulsion, be it from the workplace (change of employer) or from working life itself (disability benefit recipiency and unemployment), using a nationally representative sample (n=1,613), a five-year time-lag as well as two separate measures of workplace bullying. In line with the hypotheses, logistic regression analyses revealed that both exposure to bullying behaviors and self-labeled bullying are significantly associated with change of employer (OR=1.77 and 2.42, respectively) and disability benefit recipiency (OR=2.81 and 2.95, respectively). Moreover, exposure to bullying behaviors was found to be significantly related to unemployment five years on (OR=4.6). For the self-labeling measure of bullying, this tendency only held true at the 0.1 significance level (OR=3.69, p=0.098). Together, the present results indicate that targets of bullying are at a greater risk of expulsion, both from the workplace and from working life itself, thus representing strong incentives to combat bullying both from the perspective of the individual, the organization and society at large.

GLAMBEK, Mats; SKOGSTAD, Anders; EINARSEN, Ståle

2014-01-01

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Organization specific predictors of job satisfaction: findings from a Canadian multi-site quality of work life cross-sectional survey  

Microsoft Academic Search

BACKGROUND: Organizational features can affect how staff view their quality of work life. Determining staff perceptions about quality of work life is an important consideration for employers interested in improving employee job satisfaction. The purpose of this study was to identify organization specific predictors of job satisfaction within a health care system that consisted of six independent health care organizations.

Paul Krueger; Kevin Brazil; Lynne Lohfeld; H Gayle Edward; David Lewis; Erin Tjam

2002-01-01

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EMPLOYEE PERCEPTIONS OF THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES ON WORK-LIFE BALANCE: A CASE STUDY IN A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ORGANIZATION  

Microsoft Academic Search

A qualitative research strategy is used to examine employee perceptions of the impact of information and communications technologies (ICTs) on work-life balance of employees in a professional services company. The role of ICTs is seen to be both positive and negative in influencing employees' work-life balance. While providing flexibility and increasing productivity, ICTs also increase the expectations of flexibili ty,

Annette Keough; Roxanne Anderson; Gerald G. Grant

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Work/Life Boundary Management in an Integrative Environment: A Study of Residence Life Professionals who Live at Their Place of Work  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

How individuals manage work/life boundaries when they live at the place they work, as opposed to working from home, is a gap in both work/life literature and in higher education literature. An obvious example from higher education is the resident life professional that lives in the residential facility that she or he oversees. Living in a…

Rankin, Pressley Robinson, IV

2013-01-01

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Invited Viewer Invited Viewer iSIS Portal Access  

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1 Invited Viewer Invited Viewer iSIS Portal Access Tufts "Invited Viewers" such as parents and spouses can be granted view-only access to a student's iSIS secure personal information. Students previously registered by another student or you do not have a Tufts Username and active iSIS access (most

Dennett, Daniel

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Green University Planning Committee Page 1/3 January 14, 2008  

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Green University Planning Committee Page 1/3 January 14, 2008 Green University Coordinating was initially invited to speak to the Green University Coordinating Committee regarding an offer to conduct by a large company. · Mr. Aben reported that ISO 14064 is the international standard for third-party

Northern British Columbia, University of

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Advisory Committee on Forest Research Paper 2001/02  

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Advisory Committee on Forest Research Paper 2001/02 Report of Visiting Group ­ Forest Research Environmental Research Branch 29 ­ 30 October 2001 1. Review Procedures On the invitation of Mr Jim Dewar, Chief Executive Forest Research, three independent scientists formed a Visiting Group to review the quality

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HMSC Sustainability Committee Meeting Minutes: October 7, 2008  

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to provide power. Action: Judy will find out if the Lincoln City community garden has an " Earthtub for large-scale jobs. The committee could contact the Master Gardeners or OSU Extension Office (Sam Angima. 4th ballot. Ken plans to write a news release to invite community members as well. Action: Send news

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75 FR 27735 - Department of Defense Wage Committee Meeting  

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...public who may wish to do so are invited to submit material in writing to the chairman concerning matters believed to be deserving...Additional information concerning the meetings may be obtained by writing to the Chairman, Department of Defense Wage Committee,...

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Quality of Work Life of Independent vs Employed Family Physicians in Wisconsin: A WReN Study  

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PURPOSE Family physicians in Wisconsin who are mainly employed by large health care organizations have voiced concerns regarding the quality of their work lives. We explored the quality of work life and its relationship to employment by health care organizations. METHODS We conducted a cross-sectional survey of the 1,482 active members of the Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians in 2000. RESULTS A 47% overall response rate was obtained, and 584 respondents could be identified as independent or employed by a health care organization. There were no differences in age or sex between the 2 groups. The independent physicians worked longer hours, were in smaller work groups, and had been in practice longer and in their current practice longer than the employed physicians. Independent physicians reported better working relationships, more satisfaction with family time, more influence over management decisions, better satisfaction with being a physician, better perceived quality of the care they provided, greater ability to achieve professional goals, and lesser intention to leave the practice. CONCLUSIONS Independent physicians have significantly more positive ratings of several aspects of the quality of their work life compared with physicians employed by health care organizations. Health care organizations need to address these issues if they are to have a satisfied and stable workforce. PMID:16338913

Beasley, John W.; Karsh, Ben-Tzion; Hagenauer, Mary Ellen; Marchand, Lucille; Sainfort, Francois

2005-01-01

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The Impact of the Broadcasting Mistake Management Culture in a Healthy Organization on the Quality of the Personnel Work Life  

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Background: Today, healthy organizations such as hospital have found out the importance of quality of work life (QWL) of their personnel. QWL direct to increase job satisfaction, improve the quality of services to patient of hospital, and create high performance. One of factors that impact QWL is mistake management culture (MMC) when contribute different organization aspects such as QWL and cover its needs and finally promote job performance. Material and Method: A questionnarie was designed with items involve five-item Likert-type scale items and it distribute samong a sample of 207 nurses of four hospitals that voluntarily participated in research plan in Mashhad city. Two hospitals were private and two hospitals were public. Result: There are significant relationships between MMC, QWL and performance. Conclusion: According to importance of enhancement of QWL and job performance in organizations such as hospital, broadcasting culture of mistake management plays positive role and promotes quality level of work life of employees. Therefore, we can improve job satisfaction by changing and manipulating QWL factors, and thus move toward the development of the organization. PMID:23634407

Amini, Alireza; Mortazavi, Saeed

2013-01-01

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Advisory Committees  

Cancer.gov

The CTAC is an external oversight committee that advises NCI leadership on ways to strengthen NCI's clinical and translational research enterprises, including both intramural and extramural research. The CTAC is composed of leading authorities across the entire continuum of cancer research, prevention, and treatment. The committee advises NCI leadership on ways to build strong scientific infrastructures that engage a broad coalition of stakeholders involved in the clinical trials and translational research processes.

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Is It Still Just a Women's Issue? A Study of Work-Life Balance Among Men and Women in Public Relations  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study examined how work-life balance is perceived by male and female public relations professionals. Eight focus groups were conducted. Findings revealed a fluid and complex work-personal continuum affected by such factors as societal norms; organizational contradictions; new technology; professional identity; and parenthood. Practitioners expressed blame and guilt narratives. Several challenges to work-life balance were discussed, and various strategies for

Linda Aldoory; Hua Jiang; Elizabeth L. Toth; Bey-Ling Sha

2008-01-01

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Quality of work life among primary health care nurses in the Jazan region, Saudi Arabia: a cross-sectional study  

PubMed Central

Background Quality of work life (QWL) is defined as the extent to which an employee is satisfied with personal and working needs through participating in the workplace while achieving the goals of the organization. QWL has been found to influence the commitment and productivity of employees in health care organizations, as well as in other industries. However, reliable information on the QWL of primary health care (PHC) nurses is limited. The purpose of this study was to assess the QWL among PHC nurses in the Jazan region, Saudi Arabia. Methods A descriptive research design, namely a cross-sectional survey, was used in this study. Data were collected using Brooks’ survey of quality of nursing work life and demographic questions. A convenience sample was recruited from 134 PHC centres in Jazan, Saudi Arabia. The Jazan region is located in the southern part of Saudi Arabia. A response rate of 91% (n?=?532/585) was achieved (effective response rate?=?87%, n?=?508). Data analysis consisted of descriptive statistics, t-test and one way-analysis of variance. Total scores and subscores for QWL items and item summary statistics were computed and reported using SPSS version 17 for Windows. Results Findings suggested that the respondents were dissatisfied with their work life. The major influencing factors were unsuitable working hours, lack of facilities for nurses, inability to balance work with family needs, inadequacy of vacations time for nurses and their families, poor staffing, management and supervision practices, lack of professional development opportunities, and an inappropriate working environment in terms of the level of security, patient care supplies and equipment, and recreation facilities (break-area). Other essential factors include the community’s view of nursing and an inadequate salary. More positively, the majority of nurses were satisfied with their co-workers, satisfied to be nurses and had a sense of belonging in their workplaces. Significant differences were found according to gender, age, marital status, dependent children, dependent adults, nationality, nursing tenure, organizational tenure, positional tenure, and payment per month. No significant differences were found according to education level of PHC nurses and location of PHC. Conclusions These findings can be used by PHC managers and policy makers for developing and appropriately implementing successful plans to improve the QWL. This will help to enhance the home and work environments, improve individual and organization performance and increase the commitment of nurses. PMID:22971150

2012-01-01

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Early-Return-to-Work in the Context of an Intensification of Working Life and Changing Employment Relationships.  

PubMed

Purpose Many Western welfare states have introduced early-return-to-work policies, in which getting sick-listed people back to work before they have fully recovered is presented as a rather unproblematic approach. This reflects a belief in the ability of employers and the labour market to solve sickness absence. Against this background, the aim of this study was to analyse return-to-work practice in local workplace contexts, in relation to Swedish early-return-to-work policy. Methods Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 18 matched pairs of workers and managers. The material, comprising a total of 36 interviews, was analysed using qualitative content analysis. Results Three main themes were identified: (1) intensive workplaces and work conditions (2) employer support-a function of worker value and (3) work attachment and resistance to job transition. The results reflected the intensity of modern working life, which challenged return-to-work processes. Managers had different approaches to workers' return-to-work, depending on how they valued the worker. While managers used the discourse of 'new opportunities' and 'healthy change' to describe the transition process (e.g. relocation, unemployment and retirement), workers regularly experienced transitions as difficult and unjust. Conclusions In the context of early-return-to-work policy and the intensity of modern working life, a great deal of responsibility was placed on workers to be adaptable to workplace demands in order to be able to return and stay at work. Overall, this study illustrates an emerging social climate where sick-listed workers are positioned as active agents who must take responsibility for sick leave and return-to-work process. PMID:24920449

Seing, Ida; MacEachen, Ellen; Ståhl, Christian; Ekberg, Kerstin

2015-03-01

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RIT Invitational RIT Invitational 125 Jesse Gunter (Baldwin Wallace)  

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RIT Invitational RIT Invitational 125 Jesse Gunter (Baldwin Wallace) J. Gunter J. Gunter Bye _ Bye. Porres Fall 3:42 B. Amato 259 Tom Porres (University of S) _ Bye Nick Mears (Alfred State) 100 M. Moy Dec Bye J. Yankloski J. Yankloski Fall 5:49 Jake Yankloski (SUNY-Oswego) _ Bye 24 Ethan Livernash (Alfred

Devoto, Stephen H.

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Stress in highly demanding IT jobs: transformational leadership moderates the impact of time pressure on exhaustion and work-life balance.  

PubMed

The objective of this article is to investigate transformational leadership as a potential moderator of the negative relationship of time pressure to work-life balance and of the positive relationship between time pressure and exhaustion. Recent research regards time pressure as a challenge stressor; while being positively related to motivation and performance, time pressure also increases employee strain and decreases well-being. Building on the Job Demand-Resources model, we hypothesize that transformational leadership moderates the relationships between time pressure and both employees' exhaustion and work-life balance such that both relationships will be weaker when transformational leadership is higher. Of seven information technology organizations in Germany, 262 employees participated in the study. Established scales for time pressure, transformational leadership, work-life balance, and exhaustion were used, all showing good internal consistencies. The results support our assumptions. Specifically, we find that under high transformational leadership the impact of time pressure on exhaustion and work-life balance was less strong. The results of this study suggest that, particularly under high time pressure, transformational leadership is an important factor for both employees' work-life balance and exhaustion. PMID:23834443

Syrek, Christine J; Apostel, Ella; Antoni, Conny H

2013-07-01

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Invitational Teaching for Mere Mortals.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper traces the developement of invitational learning and argues that it has become more precise and applicable as a result of critiques from within. Next, the current invitational model with its "wide-lens" focus is critiqued from its inability to go deeper into the implications of educating: teaching, learning, curriculum, and governance.…

Novak, John M.

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Eastern Sources of Invitational Education.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Presents historical perspective suggesting that invitational theory shares many beliefs with ancient Eastern philosophies. Submits that teachers and other educators who embrace the invitational perspective may benefit from an understanding of Eastern principles. Briefly describes Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Zen Buddhism, and their relevance to…

Ryback, David

1993-01-01

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ISAG/IUIS-VIC Comparative MHC Nomenclature Committee report, 2005.  

PubMed

Nomenclature for Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) genes and alleles in species other than humans and mice has historically been overseen either informally by groups generating sequences, or by formal nomenclature committees set up by the International Society for Animal Genetics (ISAG). The suggestion for a Comparative MHC Nomenclature Committee was made at the ISAG meeting held in Göttingen, Germany (2002), and the committee met for the first time at the Institute for Animal Health, Compton, UK in January 2003. To publicize its activity and extend its scope, the committee organized a workshop at the International Veterinary Immunology Symposium (IVIS) in Quebec (2004) where it was decided to affiliate with the Veterinary Immunology Committee (VIC) of the International Union of Immunological Societies (IUIS). The goals of the committee are to establish a common framework and guidelines for MHC nomenclature in any species; to demonstrate this in the form of a database that will ensure that in the future, researchers can easily access a source of validated MHC sequences for any species; to facilitate discussion on this area between existing groups and nomenclature committees. A further meeting of the committee was held in September 2005 in Glasgow, UK. This was attended by most of the existing committee members with some additional invited participants (Table 1). The aims of this meeting were to facilitate the inclusion of new species onto the database, to discuss extension, improvement and funding of the database, and to address a number of nomenclature issues raised at the previous workshop. PMID:16389556

Ellis, Shirley A; Bontrop, Ronald E; Antczak, Doug F; Ballingall, Keith; Davies, Christopher J; Kaufman, Jim; Kennedy, Lorna J; Robinson, James; Smith, Douglas M; Stear, Michael J; Stet, Rene J M; Waller, Matthew J; Walter, Lutz; Marsh, Steven G E

2006-01-01

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Understanding Values in a Large Health Care Organization through Work-Life Narratives of High-Performing Employees  

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Objective— To understand high-performing frontline employees’ values as reflected in their narratives of day-to-day interactions in a large health care organization. Methods— A total of 150 employees representing various roles within the organization were interviewed and asked to share work-life narratives (WLNs) about value-affirming situations (i.e. situations in which they believed their actions to be fully aligned with their values) and value-challenging situations (i.e. when their actions or the actions of others were not consistent with their values), using methods based on appreciative inquiry. Results— The analysis revealed 10 broad values. Most of the value-affirming WLNs were about the story-teller and team providing care for the patient/family. Half of the value-challenging WLNs were about the story-teller or a patient and barriers created by the organization, supervisor, or physician. Almost half of these focused on “treating others with disrespect/respect”. Only 15% of the value-challenging WLNs contained a resolution reached by the participants, often leaving them describing unresolved and frequently negative feelings. Conclusions— Appreciative inquiry and thematic analysis methods were found to be an effective tool for understanding the important and sometimes competing role personal and institutional values play in day-to-day work. There is remarkable potential in using WLNs as a way to surface and reinforce shared values and, perhaps more importantly, respectfully to identify and discuss conflicting personal and professional values. PMID:23908820

Karnieli-Miller, Orit; Taylor, Amanda C.; Inui, Thomas S.; Ivy, Steven S.; Frankel, Richard M.

2011-01-01

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Prevalence and Health Correlates of Work-Life Conflict among Blue- and White-Collar Workers from Different Economic Sectors  

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The research on work-life conflict (WLC) is largely neglected in occupational medicine and public health and typically limited to white-collar workers and public servants. This study therefore aims to explore possible differences in the prevalence of WLC and its association with health outcomes between white- and blue-collar workers from different work environments in Switzerland. Cross-sectional survey data collected in 2007 in the service sector and in 2010 in the industrial sector were used for statistical analyses. A subsample of university graduates employed by large service companies (N?=?1,170) from the first survey’s population was taken and compared with a subsample of low or unskilled industrial and construction workers with no or only compulsory education (N?=?489) from the second survey’s population. The results show almost consistently, and particularly in women, a lower prevalence of time- and strain-based forms and both causal directions of WLC in blue-collar workers. However, associations between different WLC measures and general, physical and mental health outcomes were found to be equally strong or even stronger among blue-collar workers compared to white-collar workers. Low or unskilled industrial and construction workers are less frequently affected by higher degrees of WLC but are then at no lower risk of suffering poor self-rated health or severe backaches and sleep disorders than university graduates working in the service sector with comparable exposure to WLC. In conclusion, it can be stated that WLC turned out to be much less prevalent but equally or even more detrimental to health in blue-collar workers, who therefore need to be considered in future studies. PMID:25426483

Hämmig, Oliver

2014-01-01

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Work-Life Issues and Participation in Education and Training. A National Vocational Education and Training Research and Evaluation Program Report  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Using data from the 2009 Australian Work and Life Index, this report examines how work-life pressures influence the capacity and motivation of individuals, particularly low-paid workers, to engage in education and training. This report is part of a larger project, "Low-paid workers and VET: Increasing VET participation amongst lower-paid workers…

Skinner, Natalie

2009-01-01

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Work–life (im)‘balance’ and its consequences for everyday learning and innovation in the New Economy: evidence from the Irish IT sector  

Microsoft Academic Search

Over the last decade, the desirability and means of successfully integrating paid work with other meaningful parts of life has received widespread attention. Despite the profound moral and social significance of work–life balance (WLB), economistic ‘business case’ arguments claiming the benefit of WLB provision for firms' organisational performance continue to dominate the neoliberal policy agenda. However, there remains a paucity

Al James

2011-01-01

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WorkLife Programs Family Friendly Practices Purdue University strives to provide services that enhance the quality of life in the workplace while creating an  

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are to provide a reasonable break time for nursing mothers. WorkLife Programs is the liaison between the employee by faculty and staff responsible for the care of an aging or disabled loved one. We provide support resources. Medical Coverage and Family-Friendly Practices and Policies: Health Plan Benefits Mother

Fernández-Juricic, Esteban

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Invitation to World Literature  

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Some readers may not need an invitation to world literature, but this very interesting and thoughtful website created by Annenberg Media offers the welcoming embrace of such works as the Bhagavad Gita and the epic of Gilgamesh. The site complements a 13-part video series, which offers up literature from "a range of eras, places, cultures, languages, and traditions." Your host for this adventure is Professor David Damrosch, and performers and artists such as Kristin Chenoweth, Philip Glass, and Wole Soyinka join him. The texts explored here include "My Name is Red" by Orhan Pamuk, "Candide" by Voltaire, and "Things Fall Apart" by Chinua Achebe. For each text, visitors can watch the 30-minute corresponding program, read selections from each work, and also explore the historical and cultural context of each work through interactive maps and other features.

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Committees and organizers  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Chairman:Jozef Spa?ek (Kraków) Program Committee:Stephen Blundell (Oxford), J Michael D Coey (Dublin), Dominique Givord (Grenoble), Dariusz Kaczorowski (Wroc?aw), Roman Micnas (Pozna?), Marek Przybylski (Halle), Ludiwig Schultz (Dresden), Vladimir Sechovsky (Prague), Jozef Spa?ek (Kraków), Henryk Szymczak (Warszawa), Manuel Vázquez (Madrid) Publication Committee:Dariusz Kaczorowski, Robert Podsiad?y, Jozef Spa?ek, Henryk Szymczak, Andrzej Szytu?a Local committee:Maria Ba?anda, Anna Majcher, Robert Podsiad?y, Micha? Rams, Andrzej ?lebarski, Krzysztof Tomala Editors of the Proceedings:Jozef Spa?ek, Krzysztof Tomala, Danuta Goc-Jag?o, Robert Podsiad?y, Micha? Rams, Anna Majcher Plenary, semi-plenary and tutorial speakers:Ernst Bauer (Wien)Stephen Blundell (Oxford)J Michael D Coey (Dublin)Russell P Cowburn (London)Burkard Hillebrands (Kaiserslautern)Claudine Lacroix (Grenoble)Lluís Mañosa (Barcelona)María del Carmen Muñoz (Madrid)Bernard Raveau (Caen)Pedro Schlottmann (Tallahassee)Frank Steglich (Dresden)Oliver Waldmann (Freiburg) Invited speakers within symposia: R Ahuja (Uppsala)A Kirilyuk (Nijmegen) M Albrecht (Vienna)L Theil Kuhn (Roskilde) K Bärner (Göttingen)J Liu (Dresden) U Bovensiepen (Duisburg)G Lorusso (Modena) V Buchelnikov (Chelyabinsk)M M Maska (Katowice) B Chevalier (Bordeaux)Y Mukovskii (Moscow) O Chubykalo-Fesenko (Madrid)M Pannetier-Lecoeur (Saclay) A V Chumak (Kaiserslautern)G Papavassiliou (Athens) J M D Coey (Dublin)K R Pirota (Campinas) B Dabrowski (DeKalb)P Przyslupski (Warszawa) S Das (Aveiro)M Reiffers (Košice) A del Moral (Zaragoza)K Sandeman (London) V E Demidov (Muenster)D Sander (Halle) B Djafari-Rouhani (Lille)M Sawicki (Sendai/Warsaw) H A Dürr (Menlo Park)J Schaefer (Würzburg) J Fassbender (Dresden)H Schmidt (Wetzikon) J Fontcuberta (Barcelona)J Spa?ek (Kraków) V Garcia (Orsay)L Straka (Helsinki) J N Gonçalves (Aveiro)A Szewczyk (Warszawa) M E Gruner (Duisburg)Y Taguchi (Wako) G Gubbiotti (Perugia)A Thiaville (Orsay) S Hamann (Bochum)R Varga (Košice) U Hannemann (Dresden)P Vavassori (San Sebastian) L Havela (Prague)W Wulfhekel (Karlsruhe) O Heczko (Prague)M Yamashita (Sendai) B Hernando (Oviedo)R Zdyb (Lublin) O Isnard (Grenoble)A Zhukov (San Sebastián) Z K?kol (Kraków)A K Zvezdin (Moscow) N-T H Kim-Ngan (Kraków) International Advisory Committee (2011): Dominique Givord, President (Grenoble)Ludwig Schultz, Former President (Dresden) Manfred Albrecht (Chemnitz)Burkard Hillebrands (Kaiserslautern) Agnés Barthélémy (Paris)Andrei Kirilyuk (Nijmegen) Roy Chantrell (York)Ron Jansen (Tsukuba) Russell Cowburn (London)Nicoleta Lupu (Iasi) Tomasz Dietl (Warszawa)Caroline A Ross (Cambridge, MA) Claudia Felser (Mainz)Stefano Sanvito (Dublin) Josef Fidler (Wien)Vladimir Sechovsky (Praha) Dino Fiorani (Roma)Roberta Sessoli (Firenze) Pietro Gambardella (Bellaterra)Jozef Spa?ek (Kraków) Alberto Guimarães (Rio de Janeiro)

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Peer Review Committees 2010 REVIEWEES COMMITTEES  

E-print Network

Peer Review Committees 2010 REVIEWEES COMMITTEES Instructors/Lecturers Opoku-Edusei Lanford Parent will hold our peer review meeting on April 30. Therefore, I ask that signed committee reports on each reviewee be submitted no later than April 26nd. Each reviewee's CV, FAR report, scantron teaching reviews

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Committees of Interest  

Cancer.gov

Below are the specific committees that appropriate funds, authorize programs, or oversee activities of the National Cancer Institute. Appropriations committees provide the funding for federal programs. Authorizing committees write laws that either create new or renew existing federal programs. Oversight committees conduct audits on federal programs to ensure that the public trust is not misused or broken.

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Federal energy advisory committees  

Microsoft Academic Search

Expert advice on energy is available to the federal government by the use of volunteer advisory committees. Contributions to these committees by Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) personnel help decision makers gain necessary information at minimal cost. A sampling of past energy advisory committees - grouped as ad hoc, standing, and research committees - illustrates their impact on present energy

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A Balancing Act: A Quantitative Analysis of the Influence of Work/Life Balance and Work Atmosphere on Personal and Professional Success of Women Scientists  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Despite an increase in advanced degrees awarded to women in the geosciences, scientific leaders in academia remain dominantly male. Women are underrepresented in tenure-track positions in Earth science departments at research universities and are less likely to have more senior positions within their academic institutions. Our empirical study analyzes factors that influence personal and professional success for women scientists. Prior research has shown that women are subjected to unintended and unrecognized biases that can have an ultimate impact on their productivity, advancement, and success. We used an electronic survey to collect data from 662 early-career geoscientists who are members of the Earth Science Women's Network and/or the network's Earth Science Jobs list. We asked respondents to self-report their perceptions of work/life balance, professional atmosphere and other variables indicative and/or predictive of personal and professional success. In a previous analysis (Kogan & Laursen, 2011) we found that women consistently rated the professional atmosphere in their departments and their interactions with colleagues less favorably than men. Women indicated lower rates of collaboration with colleagues in their unit compared to their male peers. We also found work/life balance is of particular concern to early-career scientists, especially since tenure clock and the biological clock function on similar timetables. Women reported more caregiving responsibilities than men, further complicating the balance between work and personal life. We hypothesize that the work life balance and professional atmosphere influences productivity, advancement, and career/job satisfaction. We now investigate how work/life balance, atmosphere within the work unit, and mentoring influence productivity, job and career satisfaction, and career advancement. We introduce a structural equation model that seeks to explain how these relationships vary dependent upon gender, career level, caretaking responsibilities, and other variables. Our data indicate strong positive correlations between professional climate and job satisfaction, and between work/life balance and productivity. Our results suggest that the uneven pressures experienced by women influence their ability to achieve personal and professional success. However, our model implies that positive changes in women's work/life balance and professional atmosphere have the potential to help them become more successful both professionally and personally.

Archie, T.; Laursen, S. L.; Kogan, M.

2012-12-01

168

Executive committee  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

ChairVice Chair Toshiyuki AzumaRoberto Rivarola Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics LabUniversidad Nacional de Rosario and Advanced Science InstituteInstituto de Fisica Rosario RIKEN, JapanRosario, Argentina SecretaryMembers Dominique VernhetJoachim Burgdörfer, Austria Institut des NanoSciences de Paris Birgit Lohmann, Australia Université Pierre et Marie Curie Hossein Sadeghpour, USA Paris, FranceThomas Stöhlker, Germany Past ChairJim McCann, UK Barry DunningGuoqing Xiao, China Physics & AstronomyXiaohong Cai, China Rice University, HoustonXinwen Ma, China Texas, USAYongtao Zhao, China TreasurerFernando Martin, Spain Henrik CederquistLuis Mendez, Spain Alba Nova University CenterAnatoli Kheifets, Australia Stockholm University Stockholm, Sweden Details of the general committee are available in the PDF

Xiao, Guoqing; Cai, Xiaohong; Ding, Dajun; Ma, Xinwen; Zhao, Yongtao

2014-04-01

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76 FR 57978 - Meeting of the Department of Defense Wage Committee  

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76 FR 3617 - Notice of Closed Meetings of the Department of Defense Wage Committee  

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173

Introduction and Committees  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

This volume contains contributions to the XXVIIIth International Colloquium on Group-Theoretical Methods in Physics, the GROUP 28 conference, which took place in Newcastle upon Tyne from 26-30 July 2010. All plenary and contributed papers have undergone an independent review; as a result of this review and the decisions of the Editorial Board most but not all of the contributions were accepted. The volume is organised as follows: it starts with notes in memory of Marcos Moshinsky, followed by contributions related to the Wigner Medal and Hermann Weyl prize. Then the invited talks at the plenary sessions and the public lecture are published followed by contributions in the parallel and poster sessions in alphabetical order. The Editors:Maia Angelova, Wojciech Zakrzewski, Véronique Hussin and Bernard Piette International Advisory Committee Michael BaakeUniversity of Bielefeld, Germany Gerald DunneUniversity of Connecticut, USA J F (Frank) GomesUNESP, Sao Paolo, Brazil Peter HanggiUniversity of Augsburg, Germany Jeffrey C LagariasUniversity of Michigan, USA Michael MackeyMcGill University, Canada Nicholas MantonCambridge University, UK Alexei MorozovITEP, Moscow, Russia Valery RubakovINR, Moscow, Russia Barry SandersUniversity of Calgary, Canada Allan SolomonOpen University, Milton Keynes, UK Christoph SchweigertUniversity of Hamburg, Germany Standing Committee Twareque AliConcordia University, Canada Luis BoyaSalamanca University, Spain Enrico CeleghiniFirenze University, Italy Vladimir DobrevBulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria Heinz-Dietrich DoebnerHonorary Member, Clausthal University, Germany Jean-Pierre GazeauChairman, Paris Diderot University, France Mo-Lin GeNankai University. China Gerald GoldinRutgers University, USA Francesco IachelloYale University, USA Joris Van der JeugtGhent University, Belgium Richard KernerPierre et Marie Curie University, France Piotr KielanowskiCINVESTAV, Mexico Alan KosteleckyIndiana University, USA Mariano del OlmoValladolid University, Spain George PogosyanUNAM, Mexico, JINR, Dubna, Russia Christoph SchweigertUniversity of Hamburg, Germany Reidun TwarockYork University, UK Luc VinetMontréal University, Canada Apostolos VourdasBradford University, UK Kurt WolfUNAM, Mexico Local Organising Committee Maia Angelova - ChairNorthumbria University, Newcastle Wojtek Zakrzewski - ChairDurham University, Durham Sarah Howells - SecretaryNorthumbria University, Newcastle Jeremy Ellman - WebNorthumbria University, Newcastle Véronique HussinNorthumbria, Durham and University of Montréal Safwat MansiNorthumbria University, Newcastle James McLaughlinNorthumbria University, Newcastle Bernard PietteDurham University, Durham Ghanim PutrusNorthumbria University, Newcastle Sarah ReesNewcastle University, Newcastle Petia SiceNorthumbria University, Newcastle Anne TaorminaDurham University, Durham Rosemary ZakrzewskiAccompanying persons programme Lighthouse Photograph by Bernard Piette: Souter Lighthouse, Marsden, Tyne and Wear, England

Angelova, Maia; Zakrzewski, Wojciech; Hussin, Véronique; Piette, Bernard

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New Technology Institutes: Invitation To Bid for Funds. Invitation.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This document invites initial outline bids from consortia of higher education institutions, further education colleges, and other partners to establish New Technology Institutes (NTIs) in England. NTIs, which are intended to operate beginning autumn 2002, will be designed to meet regional needs for increasing the supply of people with technician…

Higher Education Funding Council for England, Bristol.

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Invited Papers. [SITE 2002 Section].  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This document contains the following invited papers from the SITE (Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education) 2001 conference: (1) "Information and Communications Technology in Education: A Personal Perspective" (David Moursund); (2) "A Model for Creating an Art Museum-University Partnership To Develop Technology-Based Educational…

2002

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Invited paper Tide distribution and  

E-print Network

Invited paper Tide distribution and tapping into tidal energy OCEANOLOGIA, 46 (3), 2004. pp. 291­331. C 2004, by Institute of Oceanology PAS. KEYWORDS Tides Extreme tides Energy conservation Tidal power uses have their roots in the small tide mills constructed along tidal shores. In a tidal mill, a small

Kowalik, Zygmunt

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Invited Survey Physical User Interfaces  

E-print Network

Invited Survey Physical User Interfaces: What they are and how to build them Saul Greenberg Physical user interfaces are special purpose devices that can be situated in a real-world setting. Unlike that are suitable for software professionals who wish to prototype these physical user interfaces. The commercially

Greenberg, Saul

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Scientific Steering Committees  

Cancer.gov

Scientific Steering Committees The Steering Committees strive to enhance the National Cancer Clinical Trials Enterprise through the implementation of Prioritization/Scientific Quality Initiatives 1, 2, and 3 of the CTWG Report (PDF - 366KB). Goals of

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KANSAS, MANHATTAN 66506-2904. The Department of Geography at Kansas State University invites applications for a VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR/ INSTRUCTOR position, with teaching interests in  

E-print Network

KANSAS, MANHATTAN 66506-2904. The Department of Geography at Kansas State University invites. Apply to: Dr. Max Lu, Search Committee Chair, Department of Geography, 118 Seaton Hall, Kansas State are three courses per semester at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Visit http://www.k-state

Marston, Richard A.

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Peer Review Committees 2008 REVIEWEES COMMITTEES  

E-print Network

Peer Review Committees 2008 REVIEWEES COMMITTEES Instructors/Lecturers Opoku-Edusei Lanford Parent Associate Professors - to be announced - We will hold our peer review meeting during the week of May 5th things along this year, each reviewee's CV, FAR report, scantron teaching reviews and last year's review

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The Compensation Committee. AGB Effective Committee Series  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This publication is part of an Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) series devoted to strengthening the role of key standing committees of governing boards. While there is no optimum committee system for institutions of higher education, certain principles, practices, and procedures prevail. The best practices…

Hyatt, Thomas K.

2013-01-01

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The Executive Committee. AGB Effective Committee Series  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This publication is part of an Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) series devoted to strengthening the role of key standing committees of governing boards. While there is no optimum committee system for institutions of higher education, certain principles, practices, and procedures prevail. The best practices…

Legon, Richard D.

2012-01-01

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The Audit Committee. AGB Effective Committee Series  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This publication is part of an Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) series devoted to strengthening the role of key standing committees of governing boards. While there is no optimum committee system for institutions of higher education, certain principles, practices, and procedures prevail. The best practices…

Staisloff, Richard L.

2011-01-01

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The Investment Committee. Effective Committees. Board Basics.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The investment committee of the college or university governing board is charged with determining, overseeing, and assessing the policies and processes by which institutional funds are invested. The committee has fiduciary duty to ensure that the terms of investment of donors' gifts are met and to maximize investment returns within an appropriate…

Biggs, John H.

1997-01-01

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Important Congressional committees  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Here is a list of congressional committees that have direct jurisdiction in geophysics, general science, and science education. Chairmen and ranking minority members listed are for committees of the 98th Congress. Eos will update this list after committee assignments are made for the 99th Congress, which begins in January 1985.

Richman, Barbara T.

1984-04-01

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Gynecologic Steering Committee  

Cancer.gov

The NCI Gynecologic Cancer Steering Committee (GCSC) was transitioned into a NCI Disease Specific Steering Committee from the Gynecologic Cancer Intergroup in May 2006. The GCSC is currently composed of the Steering Committee and three specific disease-site task forces.

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EDRN Steering Committee  

Cancer.gov

The Steering Committee will have major scientific management oversight and responsibility for developing and implementing a collaborative Network research program including protocols, publications, and design. As principal investigators, members of the Steering Committee will have responsibility for the management of all data collected in Network studies, monitoring study results, follow-up, and reporting to the Steering Committee upon request of the Chair.

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Lists of committees  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Lists of the members of the International Programme Advisory Committee of the 21st IAEA Technical Meeting on Research using Small Fusion Devices(RUSFD), the International Advisory Committee of the 15th Latin American Workshop on Plasma Physics (LAWPP) and the Local Organizing Committee of the Joint RUSFD, LAWPP Meeting can be found in the PDF.

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Coordinating everyday life in the Netherlands: a holistic quantitative approach to the analysis of ICT-related and other work-life balance strategies  

Microsoft Academic Search

Due to women’s increased participation in the labour\\u000aforce, more and more family-households are now juggling\\u000apaid labour and care-giving in space and time and do so in many\\u000adifferent ways. Much research and policy about how households\\u000atry to establish a satisfactory work-life balance singles out particular\\u000acoping strategies, such as telecommuting or the mobilizing of\\u000ainformal help by

C. G. T. M. Hubers; T. Schwanen; M. J. Dijst

2011-01-01

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11 CFR 100.77 - Invitations, food, and beverages.  

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11 CFR 100.137 - Invitations, food, and beverages.  

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50 CFR 453.05 - Committee meetings.  

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50 CFR 453.05 - Committee meetings.  

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file:///C|/html/Committees/padsyllabus.htm PARKING ADVISORY COMMITTEE  

E-print Network

file:///C|/html/Committees/padsyllabus.htm PARKING ADVISORY COMMITTEE 2011-2012 MEMBERS NAME TERM and Finance and to the Chancellor. The Committee shall: file:///C|/html/Committees/padsyllabus.htm (1 of 2) [8/16/2011 4:29:51 PM] #12;file:///C|/html/Committees/padsyllabus.htm a) conduct an annual review of parking

Farritor, Shane

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Steering Committee Members and Planning Committee Members  

Cancer.gov

Frontiers in Nutrition and Cancer Prevention: Online Series Steering Committee Steven K. Clinton, MD, PhD Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Medical Oncology Program Leader, Molecular Carcinogenesis and Chemoprevention The Comprehensive

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75 FR 60430 - Federal Advisory Committee; Threat Reduction Advisory Committee  

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House Committee Members named  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Members of the House committees for the 103rd Congress have been named. The House Science, Space and Technology Committee, which is influential in science policy, is concerned with activities of NASA, the National Science Foundation, science research, energy research, and the National Weather Service. In addition, subcommittees of the House Appropriations Committee are important to research because they are responsible for funding the scientific agencies' programs. Many of the Senate subcommittees have not yet been named.

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Committee for Investor Responsibility  

E-print Network

that the production and consumption of fossil fuels perpetuates environmental degradation and also has negative economic and ethical implications. As a Committee, we are considering whether such investments

Royer, Dana

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Association of faculty perceptions of work-life with emotional exhaustion and intent to leave academic nursing: report on a national survey of nurse faculty.  

PubMed

The current and projected nurse faculty shortage threatens the capacity to educate sufficient numbers of nurses for meeting demand. As part of an initiative to foster strategies for expanding educational capacity, a survey of a nationally representative sample of 3,120 full-time nurse faculty members in 269 schools and programs that offered at least one prelicensure degree program was conducted. Nearly 4 of 10 participants reported high levels of emotional exhaustion, and one third expressed an intent to leave academic nursing within 5 years. Major contributors to burnout were dissatisfaction with workload and perceived inflexibility to balance work and family life. Intent to leave was explained not only by age but by several potentially modifiable aspects of work, including dissatisfaction with workload, salary, and availability of teaching support. Preparing sufficient numbers of nurses to meet future health needs will require addressing those aspects of work-life that undermine faculty teaching capacity. PMID:25275990

Yedidia, Michael J; Chou, Jolene; Brownlee, Susan; Flynn, Linda; Tanner, Christine A

2014-10-01

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University Administrative Committees University Regulation on Administrative Committees (11-2013)  

E-print Network

on Copyrights * Radiation Safety - Basic Science Committee ECU Infection Control Committee Residency Appeals Committee Enterprise Risk Management Committee Title IX ECU Compliance Advisory Council Environmental Safety Integrity * HIPAA Steering Committee University Committee on Intellectual Property/Patents Homecoming

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The Invitational Imagination for Theory, Research, and Practice.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper argues that just as imagination has been important for the inception and promotion of invitational education, it is also necessary for the development of inviting research strategies. Applying the educative process to the study of inviting, recommendations are made for relating the constituent parts of the inviting stance (optimism,…

Novak, John M.

206

Information acquisition in committees  

Microsoft Academic Search

The goal of this paper is to illustrate the significance of information acquisition in mechanism design. We provide a stark example of a mechanism design problem in a collective choice environment with information acquisition. We concentrate on committees that are comprised of agents sharing a common goal and having a joint task. Members of the committee decide whether to acquire

Dino Gerardi; Leeat Yariv

2008-01-01

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Report of Committee IV  

Microsoft Academic Search

The committee took the view that bridges are needed to permit more effective cooperation between the two branches of government in foreign affairs. Three areas for change were considered. The first involves decisions to use military force. Concern was expressed that the War Powers Resolution does not go far enough. The committee also saw a need for legal restraints upon

Stephen J. Schulhofer

1976-01-01

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file:///C|/html/Committees/librariessyllabus.htm LIBRARIES COMMITTEE  

E-print Network

file:///C|/html/Committees/librariessyllabus.htm LIBRARIES COMMITTEE 2011-2012 MEMBERS NAME TERM) the Dean of Libraries or designee; and file:///C|/html/Committees/librariessyllabus.htm (1 of 2) [10/19/2011 11:42:10 AM] #12;file:///C|/html/Committees/librariessyllabus.htm (e) the Director of the Law Library

Farritor, Shane

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file:///C|/html/Committees/convocationssyllabus.htm CONVOCATIONS COMMITTEE  

E-print Network

file:///C|/html/Committees/convocationssyllabus.htm CONVOCATIONS COMMITTEE 2011-2012 MEMBERS NAME the availability of these funds, reviewing applications for these funds, and determining awards. file:///C|/html/Committees/convocationssyllabus.htm (1 of 2) [10/27/2011 11:37:42 AM] #12;file:///C|/html/Committees/convocationssyllabus.htm (2

Farritor, Shane

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file:///C|/html/Committees/iacsyllabus.htm INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS COMMITTEE  

E-print Network

file:///C|/html/Committees/iacsyllabus.htm INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS COMMITTEE 2011-2012 MEMBERS's Administrator; and (e) the Director of Athletics. file:///C|/html/Committees/iacsyllabus.htm (1 of 3) [9/8/2011 3:33:39 PM] #12;file:///C|/html/Committees/iacsyllabus.htm TERM OF OFFICE Faculty members shall

Farritor, Shane

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The Audit Committee. Effective Committees. Board Basics.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In many colleges and universities the responsibility of the governing board's audit committee is to arrange and oversee regular audits of financial activities, comply with donor restrictions on gifts, adhere to laws and regulations, and conform to established board policies. Membership of three to five is usually sufficient, and while the…

Ostrom, John S.

1996-01-01

216

Patient Advocate Steering Committee Roster  

Cancer.gov

Patient Advocate Steering Committee Roster Co-chairs Elizabeth FrankBreast Cancer Steering CommitteeDana Farber Cancer InstituteBoston, MA Karl SchwartzLymphoma Steering CommitteeRiegelsville, PA Members Jack AielloMyeloma Steering CommitteeSan Jose,

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An Analysis of Canadian Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing through the Junctures of History, Gender, Nursing Education, and Quality of Work Life in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, and Saskatchewan  

PubMed Central

A society that values mental health and helps people live enjoyable and meaningful lives is a clear aspiration echoed throughout our Canadian health care system. The Mental Health Commission of Canada has put forth a framework for a mental health strategy with goals that reflect the virtue of optimal mental health for all Canadians (Mental Health Commission Canada, 2009). Canadian nurses, the largest group of health care workers, have a vital role in achieving these goals. In Canada, two-thirds of those who experience mental health problems do not receive mental health services (Statistics Canada, 2003). Through a gendered, critical, and sociological perspective the goal of this paper is to further understand how the past has shaped the present state of psychiatric mental health nursing (PMHN). This integrative literature review offers a depiction of Canadian PMHN in light of the intersections of history, gender, education, and quality of nursing work life. Fourteen articles were selected, which provide a partial reflection of contemporary Canadian PMHN. Findings include the association between gender and professional status, inconsistencies in psychiatric nursing education, and the limitations for Canadian nurse practitioners to advance the role of the psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. PMID:23710367

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Minutes of the meeting of the international program committee  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The meeting of the International Program Committee occurred on 5 June 2012. The agenda consisted of the following items: - Information on conference participants, contributions and grants - Information on the financial support received by the conference - Committee membership - Organizers of the next two meeting of the ICSLS Conference participants and contributions There were about 100 registered participants for the ICSLS. They presented more than 100 contributions, namely, 19 invited talks, 20 oral contributions and more than 61 contributed papers. It was noted that only very few participants came from North America. Reasons quoted were finacial problems of laboratories and overlapping of several conferences. Finacial support received The conference received grants from St. Petersburg University, the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, and the non-profit Dynasty Foundation. About 40% of the budget was collected in the form of registration fees. Discounted fees and fee waives were provided for 40 participants. Committee membership The Committee instructed Professor A Devdariani to contact the absent members who had missed two successive conferences and ask them whether they intended to prolong their membership on the Committee, and inform other Committee members accordingly. Organizers of the next meetings of the ICSLS The 20th ICSLS held in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada decided to hold the 22nd ICSLS at the University of Tennessee. The event will be organized by Christian Parriger. All issues regarding the next conference were discussed including budget, travel, conference site, accommodation, and proceedings. Torun, Poland was proposed for the 23d ICSLS by Roman Ciurylo. Roland Stamm proposed the Aix-Marseille University as a backup to the first proposal.

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LANDSCAPE ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Landscape Advisory Committee is a subcommittee of the Campus Planning Committee.  

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LANDSCAPE ADVISORY COMMITTEE Functions The Landscape Advisory Committee is a subcommittee of the Campus Planning Committee. The committee is charged with the ongoing assessment of the landscape of the campus and in particular how the landscape treatment can serve an educational role while still

Sze, Lawrence

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Invited Review Supply chain management and advanced  

E-print Network

Invited Review Supply chain management and advanced planning­­basics, overview and challenges Hartmut Stadtler Fachgebiet Produktion & Supply Chain Management, Institut fur Betriebswirtschaftslehre Abstract Literature on supply chain management (SCM) covers several disciplines and is growing rapidly

Grossmann, Ignacio E.

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Investigational Drug Steering Committee  

Cancer.gov

The Investigational Drug Steering Committee (IDSC) was established in 2005 to collaborate with the NCI in the design and prioritization of early phase drug development trials with agents for which CTEP holds an IND.

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Thoracic Malignancy Steering Committee  

Cancer.gov

The Thoracic Malignancy Steering Committee evaluates and prioritizes concepts for phase 3 and large phase 2 therapeutic clinical trials to be conducted in the NCI National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN).

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Gastrointestinal Steering Committee  

Cancer.gov

The Gastrointestinal Steering Committee evaluates and prioritizes concepts for phase 3 and large phase 2 therapeutic clinical trials to be conducted in the NCI National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN).

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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES CURRICULUM COMMITTEE  

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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES CURRICULUM COMMITTEE: Susan Clayton (Psychology), Chair Matthew Mariola and human behavior affect fundamental ecological processes, what political and psychological tactics may problems. They should also understand their own roles within the human-environment relationship

Wilson, Mark A.

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Brain Malignancies Steering Committee  

Cancer.gov

The Brain Malignancy Steering Committee evaluates and prioritizes concepts for phase 3 and large phase 2 therapeutic clinical trials to be conducted in the NCI National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN).

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ARCHAEOLOGY CURRICULUM COMMITTEE  

E-print Network

ARCHAEOLOGY CURRICULUM COMMITTEE: P. Nick Kardulias (Archaeology and Anthropology), Chair Olivia Navarro-Farr (Archaeology and Anthropology) Kara Morrow (Art) Josephine Shaya (Classical Studies) Gregory Wiles (Geology) Archaeology is an interdisciplinary field of study that investigates the past by finding

Wilson, Mark A.

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External Scientific Committee (ESC)  

Cancer.gov

The Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium (CPTAC) program receives advice from its External Scientific Committee (ESC), whose membership includes senior scientists and clinicians with relevant expertise in cancer biology, proteomics, genomics and

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Genitourinary Cancers Steering Committee  

Cancer.gov

The Genitourinary Cancers Steering Committee evaluates and prioritizes concepts for phase 3 and large phase 2 therapeutic clinical trials to be conducted in the NCI National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN).

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Gynecologic Cancer Steering Committee  

Cancer.gov

The Gynecologic Cancers Steering Committee evaluates and prioritizes concepts for phase 3 and large phase 2 therapeutic clinical trials to be conducted in the NCI National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN).

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Muscular Dystrophy Coordinating Committee  

MedlinePLUS

Muscular Dystrophy Coordinating Committee (MDCC) WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING COMMENTS AND EDITS THROUGH THIS SITE. THIS COPY ... on the Draft 2015 Action Plan for the Muscular Dystrophies Draft 2015 Action Plan (PDF, 1.06MB) Request ...

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7 CFR 959.15 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...VEGETABLES, NUTS), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ONIONS GROWN IN SOUTH TEXAS Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 959.15 Committee. Committee means the South Texas Onion Committee, established pursuant to §...

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7 CFR 959.15 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...Vegetables, Nuts), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ONIONS GROWN IN SOUTH TEXAS Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 959.15 Committee. Committee means the South Texas Onion Committee, established pursuant to §...

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7 CFR 959.15 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...Vegetables, Nuts), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ONIONS GROWN IN SOUTH TEXAS Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 959.15 Committee. Committee means the South Texas Onion Committee, established pursuant to §...

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7 CFR 959.15 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...VEGETABLES, NUTS), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ONIONS GROWN IN SOUTH TEXAS Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 959.15 Committee. Committee means the South Texas Onion Committee, established pursuant to §...

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7 CFR 959.15 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...Vegetables, Nuts), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ONIONS GROWN IN SOUTH TEXAS Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 959.15 Committee. Committee means the South Texas Onion Committee, established pursuant to §...

2011-01-01

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO COMMITTEE ON MICROBIOLOGY  

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO COMMITTEE ON MICROBIOLOGY Student Handbook 2011 - 2012 Revised: March.........................................................p.3 Committee on Microbiology faculty....................................................................p.4 Committee on Microbiology graduate students

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7 CFR 955.12 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...ORDERS; FRUITS, VEGETABLES, NUTS), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE VIDALIA ONIONS GROWN IN GEORGIA Definitions § 955.12 Committee. Committee means the Vidalia Onion Committee, established pursuant to §...

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7 CFR 1220.104 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...COMMODITIES), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SOYBEAN PROMOTION, RESEARCH, AND CONSUMER INFORMATION Soybean Promotion and Research Order Definitions...Committee. The term Committee means the Soybean Program Coordinating Committee...

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7 CFR 7.15 - Eligibility requirements of county committee members, community committee members, and delegates.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...requirements of county committee members, community committee members, and delegates...STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION STATE, COUNTY AND COMMUNITY COMMITTEES § 7.15 Eligibility requirements of county committee members, community committee members, and...

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How to add more "Family" to the Work-Life-Balance? – Family Friendliness in Medical Under- and Postgraduate Studies and the Workplace  

PubMed Central

Today universities have to compete for the best brains more than ever before. The issues of reconciliation of work/study and family and the work-life balance have become increasingly important recently in higher education policy development as higher education institutions in the competition for the best minds are already forced to tackle these issues, some of which are still novel to them, as they are faced with demographic change. High dropout rates among students with children, increasing shortages of physicians and high sector emigration and high levels of childlessness among graduates serve as indicators for urgent action towards more family-oriented university and faculty strategies. But how can medical schools, hospitals and (teaching) hospitals achieve a family-oriented profile? Which key players, which areas of higher education management are relevant to management and decision-making structures? What exemplary measures for designing family-friendly medical studies and work places offer success? The underrepresentation of women in the next generation of scientists also poses an additional challenge to the development of an innovative higher education policy if it is to be sustainable. Thus strategies promoting the next generation and family orientation are key factors for a future-oriented higher education policy. These factors should therefore be seen as leadership strategies which will introduce measures that will make (re)design the university’s profile. To this end, a holistic approach which will lead to fundamental reforms of higher education structures which are outlined below and illustrated with examples are a prerequisite for successful implementation. PMID:22558028

De Ridder, Daniela

2012-01-01

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The Center for Work and Family Life (CWFL) is USC's employee assistance, work-life and wellness program, with locations on both UPC and HSC campuses. All CWFL services are part of your USC benefits and are  

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The Center for Work and Family Life (CWFL) is USC's employee assistance, work-life and wellness is a licensed mental health provider, and a Certified Employee Assistance Professional. In order to realize be affected as much as those who don't. Some employees may experience an emotional shock that prevents them

Southern California, University of

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LANDSAT Committee appointed  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

At its June 7-8 meeting, the 15-member LANDSAT advisory committee passed a resolution that calls for testing the feasibility of transferring the land remote sensing satellite system to private ownership. The committee, appointed last month to advise Commerce Secretary Malcolm Baldrige on the management of Landsat, includes representatives of industry, the academic community, and state and local governments.The committee, chaired by Michel T. Halbouty, consulting geologist and petroleum engineer at the Houston-based Halbouty Center, reports to Baldrige through the administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NOAA will become responsible for LANDSAT operations in January 1983. The National Earth Satellite Service will manage these LANDSAT operations and will provide support services for the advisory committee's quarterly meetings. The resolution that the committee passed at its first meeting outlined a four-step process by which the Commerce Department can evaluate the feasibility of transferring the operational land remote sensing satellite system to private industry. The possible transfer is in keeping with the Reagan administration's policy to shift some government-supported activities to the private sector.

Richman, Barbara T.

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December 8, 2011 Safety Committee Meeting HMSC Safety Committee  

E-print Network

and posted. 5. Todd Cross mentioned that Zee Medical was missing the HMSC shop kit. 6. The Safety Meeting December 8, 2011 Safety Committee Meeting HMSC Safety Committee December 8, 2011 Present facilities manager and chair the safety committee meetings and be the contact and point person on safety

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New Programs and Curriculum Committee Curriculum Committee Records  

E-print Network

://senate.ubc.ca/vancouver/minutes Retention period The NPCC retains all records relating to curriculum development for 4 (four) yearsNew Programs and Curriculum Committee Curriculum Committee Records The New Programs and Curriculum of existing graduate programs received from Faculties on behalf of the Senate Curriculum Committee. Curriculum

Handy, Todd C.

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LASER SAFETY COMMITTEE CHARTER November, 2005  

E-print Network

LASER SAFETY COMMITTEE CHARTER November, 2005 Function The Safety Review Committee (SRC) performs-committees to address specific health and safety matters. The Laser Safety Committee (LSC) is one of the SRC expert sub-committees. The Laser SafetyCommittee recommends policies and practices regarding the conduct and regulatory compliance

Knowles, David William

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Plant Breeding Coordinating Committee  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

To view additional success stories click on the link in the left menu Please click here to report your plant breeding success stories.  Click on TCAP logo to see the Economic impact of USDA-NIFA small grains CAPsThe Plant Breeding Coordinating Committee (SCC 080) is the USDA-sponsored advisory group of representatives from land grant universities.  The Plant Breeding Coordinating Committee represents national plant breeding with a focus on education in the broader sense, including providing information to the public and administrators, and encouraging the development of formal educational opportunities, continuing education, and lifelong learning. Mission: To provide a forum for leadership on issues and opportunities of strategic importance to national core competency in plant breeding research and education Membership: The PBCC members will consist of the representatives of the SCC-080 committee and others by request. 

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Number-8-wire ethics: a New Zealand ethics committee's response to lengthy international clinical trial information sheets.  

PubMed

USA dominance of international clinical trials mandates complex and lengthy participant information sheets and limits the amount of scrutiny New Zealand ethics committees can have over information sheets form or content. This paper provides an alternative exemplar: a summary of a lengthy participant information sheet written in less than one page, inviting potential participants to read the lengthy document. The succinct invitation provides participants with sufficient information to decline to read the lengthy document or better informs the reading of the longer document. Equally, the one-page letter permits New Zealand ethics committees, researchers, study coordinators, and Maori consultation groups to comment and alter the informed consent process without compromising rigid FDA prescriptions for clinical trial research. PMID:19448792

Tolich, Martin; Hapuku, Jonas

2009-04-24

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Committee of Concerned Journalists  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In the summer of 1997, a group of well-regarded journalists and editors gathered for a meeting at the Harvard Faculty Club. They met because they had concerns about the future of journalism and about the public's general impression towards journalists. Over the following two years, they examined the state of journalism throughout the country, and they began to call themselves the Committee of Concerned Journalists.The Committee of Concerned Journalists ceased to exist as an operating organization on December 31, 2011, but this site provides an archive of their research, publications and speeches.

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Advisory Technical Skills Committee Manual  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The use of advisory committees is well established in the public school system. The purpose of advisory committees is to provide leadership, guidance and technical assistance to maintain, improve and develop quality career and technical education programs. This manual is written for those planning to form new advisory technical skills committees,…

Barbee, Jim R.

2005-01-01

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Committee on Trustees. Board Basics  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This booklet is designed "to reinforce the thesis that the committee on trustees must perform with excellence if the board as a whole is to fulfill its responsibilities with distinction. The author outlines a typical committee mission, structure, responsibilities, and policies and practices. Ten committee responsibilities are described, such as:…

Wilson, E.B.

2001-01-01

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The Audit Committee. Board Basics  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The Effective Committees set of booklets comprises publications on the following committees: investment, buildings and grounds, academic affairs, student affairs, finance, development, trustees, audit, compensation, and executive. It is part of the AGB Board Basics Series. This report describes the primary role of an audit committee. The primary…

Ostrom, John S.

2004-01-01

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ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE I. BACKGROUND  

E-print Network

CHARTER ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE I. BACKGROUND: In 1972, the NIH established the Research Committee (CMAC). In 1994, the CMAC was expanded to encompass simplified acquisition and was renamed the Acquisition Management Committee (AMC). II. P U R P O S E : As the leaders in the NIH acquisition community

Baker, Chris I.

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Rebuilding a Research Ethics Committee  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The principal ethics committee in Australia's Capital, Canberra, underwent a major revision in the last three years based on changes debated in the literature. Committee or Board structure varies widely; regulations determining minimum size and membership differ between countries. Issues such as the effectiveness of committee management,…

Biggs, John S. G.; Marchesi, August

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11 CFR 9033.1 - Candidate and committee agreements.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...candidate's authorized committee(s) will permit an audit and examination...candidate's authorized committee(s) shall also...connection with an audit, investigation...and authorized committee(s) shall facilitate the audit by making...

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11 CFR 9003.1 - Candidate and committee agreements.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...they and their authorized committee(s) shall permit an audit and examination pursuant...behalf of the candidate or committee(s). The candidate and authorized committee(s) shall facilitate the audit by making available in...

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77 FR 43092 - President's Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities; Committee Meeting via Conference...  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities; Committee Meeting via...Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities, The Aerospace Center...supports for persons with intellectual disabilities. The PCPID...

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77 FR 12306 - Notice of Committee Meetings, President's Committee for People With Intellectual Disabilities...  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Committee for People With Intellectual Disabilities (PCPID) AGENCY: President's...Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities, ACF, HHS. ACTION...Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities, The Aerospace...

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External Scientific Committee  

Cancer.gov

The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) receives advice from its External Scientific Committee (ESC), whose membership includes patient advocates, senior scientists and clinicians with relevant expertise in cancer, genomics and ethics. The members of the ESC are not principal investigators for or funded by TCGA.

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Myeloma Steering Committee Roster  

Cancer.gov

Myeloma Steering Committee Roster Co-chairs Morie Gertz, M.D.Mayo ClinicRochester, MN Nikhil Munshi, M.D.Dana Farber Cancer InstituteBoston, MA Members Jack AielloMyeloma Patient AdvovateSan Jose, CA Melissa Alsina, M.D.H.Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research

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Acidification Steering Committee  

E-print Network

NOAA Ocean Acidification Steering Committee April 2010 NOAA Ocean and Great Lakes Acidification Research Plan #12;NOAA Ocean and Great Lakes Acidification Research Plan NOAA Ocean Acidification Steering the 70 members of the Ocean Acidification Research Planning Team (see final page for a full list

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Lymphoma Steering Committee Roster  

Cancer.gov

Lymphoma Steering Committee Roster Co-chairs Ranjana Advani, M.D. Stanford University Medical Center Palo Alto, CA Thomas Witzig, M.D. Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN Members Stephen Ansell, M.D., Ph.D. Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN Michael Crump, M.D. Princess

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Gastrointestinal Steering Committee Roster  

Cancer.gov

Gastrointestinal Steering Committee Roster Co-chairs Neal Meropol, M.D. Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Cleveland, OH Bruce Minsky, M.D. MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TX Members Carmen Allegra, M.D. University of Florida Tallahassee, FL Anuradha

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Clinical Imaging Steering Committee  

Cancer.gov

The Clinical Imaging Steering Committee (CISC) was established in December of 2010. CISC members include Cooperative Groups and other NCI sponsored networks imaging representatives, as well as other clinicians, translational scientists, biostatisticians, patient advocates, and NCI staff who support or are involved with cancer clinical imaging research.

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Gastrointestinal Steering Committee Roster  

Cancer.gov

Gastrointestinal Steering Committee Roster Co-chairs Neal Meropol, M.D.Case Comprehensive Cancer CenterCleveland, OH Bruce Minsky, M.D.MD Anderson Cancer CenterHouston, TX Members Carmen Allegra, M.D.University of FloridaTallahassee, FL Christopher Crane,

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Leukemia Steering Committee Roster  

Cancer.gov

Leukemia Steering Committee Roster Co-chairs Jerry Radich, M.D. Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center Seattle, WA Wendy Stock, M.D. University of Chicago Chicago, IL Members John C. Byrd, M.D. Ohio State University Columbus, OH Laura Cleveland Leukemia Patient

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Lymphoma Steering Committee Roster  

Cancer.gov

Lymphoma Steering Committee Roster Co-chairs Oliver Press, M.D.Fred Hutchinson Cancer CenterSeattle, WAD Julie M. Vose, M.D.University of Nebraska Medical CenterOmaha, NE Members Michael Crump, M.D.Princess Margaret HospitalToronto, Canada Stephen Forman,

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Strategic Planning Committee for  

E-print Network

to the structure of graduate education within BGSU as well as many changes in the external environment. With all Zoller Booth - Education & Human Development Dr. George Bullerjahn - Graduate College (ex officio) DrStrategic Planning Committee for Graduate Education and Research Final Report May 9, 2012 #12

Moore, Paul A.

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AAS Committee on Employment Panel Introduction  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Many younger astronomers are unaware of the dangers and pitfalls that await them in the job market. Issues related to fringe benefits (if any), moving expenses, medical coverage for family members, teaching versus research expectations, etc. can lead to misunderstandings and to serious difficulties if these are not addressed early in the job interview process. The AAS Committee on Employment has often received letters from concerned junior members of the society, who feel that they needed more guidance and assistance in entering the job market for the first time. The major areas of concern have included those just listed, but there may be others. The session is structured as a panel presentation, whose members are asked to prepare in advance their top 10 questions that job applicants should ask, and we will instruct our panel members not to discuss their list at all with the other panel members prior to their presentations. This will ensure independent viewpoints and novel responses. The panel will consist of astronomers who have different perspectives on this issue, including old and young, postdoc and beyond, academic and non-academic. To kick off the session, we will invite a brief humorous presentation of the Top Ten List, in the style of The Night Show host David Letterman.

Borne, Kirk; Fanelli, M. N.; Storrie-Lombardi, L. J.; Krishnamurthi, A.

2006-12-01

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For the Birds, Butterflies & Hummingbirds: Inviting Habitats  

E-print Network

For the Birds, Butterflies & Hummingbirds: Creating Inviting Habitats Mary Free, Virginia Specialist, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA Publication HORT-59NP #12;For the Birds, Butterflies & Hummingbirds. Introduction Are birds and butterflies attracted to your yard or garden? Like people, birds and butterflies

Liskiewicz, Maciej

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An Invitational Approach to Conflict Management.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Invitational education, a self-concept approach to teaching, learning, and democratic practice, can be used in conflict management in ways that demonstrate mutual respect and provide opportunities for growth. Educators can learn to manage conflicts at the lowest possible level, with the least amount of energy, by employing a (gradually escalating)…

Purkey, William W.; Novak, John M.

1996-01-01

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Invited Paper GaN HEMT reliability  

E-print Network

, buffer, at the SiN/AlGaN interface or inside the SiN, or in which hot electrons contribute to trapInvited Paper GaN HEMT reliability J.A. del Alamo *, J. Joh Microsystems Technology Laboratories mechanism recently identified in GaN high-electron mobility transistors subject to electrical stress. Under

del Alamo, Jesús A.

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INVITED: Comparative Microbial Genomics Giri Narasimhan  

E-print Network

INVITED: Comparative Microbial Genomics Giri Narasimhan Bioinformatics Research Group (Bio, comparative genomics holds the keys to decipher and mine this wealth of information. We discuss the diverse ways in which the availability of comparative genomics data allows us to answer more questions

Narasimhan, Giri

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Invited Review Autoimmunity in Chagas heart disease  

E-print Network

Invited Review Autoimmunity in Chagas heart disease J.S. Leon, D.M. Engman* Northwestern University of Chagas heart disease is controversial. In this paper, we address the following questions regarding the genesis of autoimmunity in Chagas heart disease: (i) What mechanism(s) are potentially responsible

Engman, David M.

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ICCE/ICCAI 2000 Invited Papers.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This document contains the full text of the following invited papers from ICCE/ICCAI 2000 (International Conference on Computers in Education/International Conference on Computer-Assisted Instruction): (1) "Matching the Infoverse: About Knowledge Networks, Knowledge Workers, and Knowledge Robots" (Joachim Hasebrook); (2) "Learning on the Internet:…

2000

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springer.comABCD Papers are invited  

E-print Network

by invited experts. The journal exists to survey, discuss and extend current research-based and theoretical volume in 2007: 39/1+2 (March 2007) New from Springer in 2007 ZDM ­ The International Journal;springer.com ZDM ­ The International Journal on Mathematics Education Easy Ways to Order (for the Americas

Bardsley, John

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Agile Software Assessment (Invited Paper) Oscar Nierstrasz  

E-print Network

Agile Software Assessment (Invited Paper) Oscar Nierstrasz Software Composition Group University on low-level pro- gramming tasks. We posit the need for agile software assessment, which aims to support decision making by enabling rapid and effective construction of software models and custom analyses. Agile

Nierstrasz, Oscar

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INVITED ARTICLE Integrated terahertz multiparameter sensors  

E-print Network

INVITED ARTICLE Integrated terahertz multiparameter sensors using fiber/frequency selective surface using THz frequency selective surfaces interrogated with THz subwavelength optical fibers as integrated a point device based on the frequency selective surface is interrogated with a THz fiber that is used

Skorobogatiy, Maksim

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7 CFR 7.15 - Eligibility requirements of county committee members, community committee members, and delegates.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...county committee member, community committee member...with the Department's policy relating to equal opportunity...the equal employment policy, or interfering with others in carrying out such policy; or for violation of...county committee member, community committee...

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7 CFR 7.15 - Eligibility requirements of county committee members, community committee members, and delegates.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...county committee member, community committee member...with the Department's policy relating to equal opportunity...the equal employment policy, or interfering with others in carrying out such policy; or for violation of...county committee member, community committee...

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41 CFR 105-54.310 - Advisory committee duties of the GSA Committee Management Officer.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...54-ADVISORY COMMITTEE MANAGEMENT 54.3-Advisory Committee Procedures § 105-54.310...of the GSA Committee Management Officer. In addition...Guidelines on committee management operations and procedures as maintained and...

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75 FR 22751 - Federal Advisory Committee; Defense Advisory Committee on Military Personnel Testing; Charter...  

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...Committee; Defense Advisory Committee on Military Personnel Testing; Charter Renewal AGENCY...for the Defense Advisory Committee on Military Personnel Testing (hereafter referred...and Readiness on matters pertaining to military personnel testing. The Committee...

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76 FR 52319 - Federal Advisory Committee Meeting Notice; Threat Reduction Advisory Committee  

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...Federal Advisory Committee Meeting Notice; Threat Reduction Advisory Committee AGENCY...Federal advisory committee meeting of the Threat Reduction Advisory Committee (Hereafter...CONTACT: Mr. William Hostyn, Defense Threat Reduction Agency/SP-ACP, 8725...

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76 FR 22395 - Federal Advisory Committee Act; Open Internet Advisory Committee  

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...Federal Advisory Committee Act; Open Internet Advisory Committee AGENCY: Federal Communications...Advisory Committee, known as the ``Open Internet Advisory Committee'' (hereinafter...evaluate the effects of the FCC's Open Internet rules (available at...

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10 CFR 7.5 - Consultation with Committee Management Secretariat on establishment of advisory committees...  

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...Consultation with Committee Management Secretariat on establishment...consult with the Committee Management Secretariat. With a full...committee, the Committee Management Secretariat may share its knowledge and experience with...

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CEOS Committee on Earth Observations Satellites Consolidated Report, 1992  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

A concise overview of the committee on Earth Observations Satellites (CEOS) and its Working Groups, covering the history and purpose of the Committee and its accomplishments to date are provided. The report will be updated annually before each Plenary meeting, and as developments in the Working Groups warrant. The committee on Earth Observations Satellites (originally named the International Earth Observations Satellite committee, IEOS) was treated in 1984, in response to a recommendation from the Economic Summit of Industrialized Nations Working Group on Growth, Technology, and Employment's Panel of Experts on Satellite Remote Sensing. This group recognized the multidisciplinary nature of satellite Earth observations, and the value of coordinating across all proposed missions. Thus, CEOS combined the previously existing groups for coordination on Ocean Remote-Sensing Satellites (CORSS) and coordination on Land Remote-Sensing Satellites (CLRSS), and established a broad framework for coordination across all spaceborne Earth observations missions. The first three LEOS Plenary meetings focused on treating and guiding the Working Groups deemed necessary to carry out the objectives of the CEOS members. After the third meeting, it was agreed that a more active orientation was required by the Plenary, and additional issues were brought before the group at the fourth meeting. At the fifth Plenary, international scientific programs and relevant intergovernmental organizations accepted invitations and participated as affiliate members of CEOS. This enabled progress toward integrating satellite data users' requirements into the CEOS process. Data exchange principles for global change research were also adopted. An interim CEOS Plenary meeting was held in April 1992, in preparation for the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED). Brief encapsulations of the Plenary sessions immediately follow the Terms of Reference that govern the activities of CEOS as a whole; Terms of Reference for the individual Working Groups are included as Appendix A. A complete listing of CEOS members is offered as Appendix B.

1992-01-01

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Thoracic Malignancy Steering Committee  

Cancer.gov

The TMSC functions to harmonize an efficient, cost-effective, science-driven, and transparent process that will identify and promote the "Best Science" in clinical research of lung and other thoracic malignancies by addressing the design and prioritization of phase III trials and large phase II studies in chest malignancies. In addition to focusing on lung cancer, the TMSC addresses oncology trials in other thoracic sites, such as mesothelioma. Esophageal cancer trials are reviewed by the Gastrointestinal Cancer Steering Committee.

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Committees and supporting organizations  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

International advisory boardOrganizing committee M Alford (St Louis)R Avagyan E R Bezerra de Mello (Paraiba)E Chubaryan G S Bisnovaty-Kogan (Moscow)A Saharian F Burgio (Catania)A Sedrakian K Kokkotas (Tbingen)A Yeranyan D Lai (Cornell)G Colucci (secretary) B Link (Montana) J Margueron (Orsay) C Pethick (Copenhagen) M Oertel (Meudon) L Rezzolla (Potsdam) D Rischke (Frankfurt Main) M Sargsian (Miami) F Weber (San Diego) D N Yakovlev (St Petersburg) Supporting organizations

Edvard Chubaryan, Professor; Aram Saharian, Professor; Armen Sedrakian, Professor

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Fewer invited talks by women in evolutionary biology symposia  

PubMed Central

Lower visibility of female scientists, compared to male scientists, is a potential reason for the under-representation of women among senior academic ranks. Visibility in the scientific community stems partly from presenting research as an invited speaker at organized meetings. We analysed the sex ratio of presenters at the European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB) Congress 2011, where all abstract submissions were accepted for presentation. Women were under-represented among invited speakers at symposia (15% women) compared to all presenters (46%), regular oral presenters (41%) and plenary speakers (25%). At the ESEB congresses in 2001–2011, 9–23% of invited speakers were women. This under-representation of women is partly attributable to a larger proportion of women, than men, declining invitations: in 2011, 50% of women declined an invitation to speak compared to 26% of men. We expect invited speakers to be scientists from top ranked institutions or authors of recent papers in high-impact journals. Considering all invited speakers (including declined invitations), 23% were women. This was lower than the baseline sex ratios of early-mid career stage scientists, but was similar to senior scientists and authors that have published in high-impact journals. High-quality science by women therefore has low exposure at international meetings, which will constrain Evolutionary Biology from reaching its full potential. We wish to highlight the wider implications of turning down invitations to speak, and encourage conference organizers to implement steps to increase acceptance rates of invited talks. PMID:23786459

Schroeder, J; Dugdale, H L; Radersma, R; Hinsch, M; Buehler, D M; Saul, J; Porter, L; Liker, A; De Cauwer, I; Johnson, P J; Santure, A W; Griffin, A S; Bolund, E; Ross, L; Webb, T J; Feulner, P G D; Winney, I; Szulkin, M; Komdeur, J; Versteegh, M A; Hemelrijk, C K; Svensson, E I; Edwards, H; Karlsson, M; West, S A; Barrett, E L B; Richardson, D S; van den Brink, V; Wimpenny, J H; Ellwood, S A; Rees, M; Matson, K D; Charmantier, A; dos Remedios, N; Schneider, N A; Teplitsky, C; Laurance, W F; Butlin, R K; Horrocks, N P C

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file:///C|/html/Committees/afasyllabus.htm ACADEMIC FREEDOM AWARD COMMITTEE  

E-print Network

file:///C|/html/Committees/afasyllabus.htm ACADEMIC FREEDOM AWARD COMMITTEE 2011-2012 MEMBERS NAME. OPERATING PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES ADOPTED BY COMMITTEE file:///C|/html/Committees/afasyllabus.htm (1 of 2) [7/26/2011 11:24:02 AM] #12;file:///C|/html/Committees/afasyllabus.htm The committee shall file

Farritor, Shane

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The Program Area Committee Chairperson.  

E-print Network

reviews county situations to determine areas in which educational programs are needed on a continuing basis. Then the ex ecutive committee establishes appropriate pro gram area committees that work closely with Ex tension agents to develop... an educational program in defined areas of responsibility. You will organize or "manage" committee work toward active member involvement in: ? Planning the educational program ? Helping to carry out the plans ? Evaluating results ? Reporting...

Marshall, Mary; Richardson, Burl B.

1986-01-01

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41 CFR Appendix B to Part 60 - 741-Sample Invitation To Self-Identify  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...Invitation To Self-Identify Note: When the invitation to self-identify is being extended...offer being made) about potential reasonable accommodations...Invitation to Self-Identify] 1...will be used only in ways that are not...

2010-07-01

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7 CFR 925.14 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...Orders; Fruits, Vegetables, Nuts), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE GRAPES GROWN IN A DESIGNATED AREA OF SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA Definitions...14 Committee. Committee means the California Desert Grape Administrative Committee established under § 925.20....

2010-01-01

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7 CFR 925.14 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...ORDERS; FRUITS, VEGETABLES, NUTS), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE GRAPES GROWN IN A DESIGNATED AREA OF SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA Definitions...14 Committee. Committee means the California Desert Grape Administrative Committee established under § 925.20....

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7 CFR 925.14 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...ORDERS; FRUITS, VEGETABLES, NUTS), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE GRAPES GROWN IN A DESIGNATED AREA OF SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA Definitions...14 Committee. Committee means the California Desert Grape Administrative Committee established under § 925.20....

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7 CFR 925.14 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...Orders; Fruits, Vegetables, Nuts), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE GRAPES GROWN IN A DESIGNATED AREA OF SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA Definitions...14 Committee. Committee means the California Desert Grape Administrative Committee established under § 925.20....

2012-01-01

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7 CFR 925.14 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...Orders; Fruits, Vegetables, Nuts), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE GRAPES GROWN IN A DESIGNATED AREA OF SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA Definitions...14 Committee. Committee means the California Desert Grape Administrative Committee established under § 925.20....

2011-01-01

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7 CFR 906.14 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...AGRICULTURE ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT GROWN IN LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY IN TEXAS Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 906.14 Committee. Committee means the Texas Valley Citrus Committee, established pursuant to §...

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7 CFR 906.14 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...AGRICULTURE ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT GROWN IN LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY IN TEXAS Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 906.14 Committee. Committee means the Texas Valley Citrus Committee, established pursuant to §...

2012-01-01

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7 CFR 906.14 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...AGRICULTURE ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT GROWN IN LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY IN TEXAS Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 906.14 Committee. Committee means the Texas Valley Citrus Committee, established pursuant to §...

2011-01-01

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7 CFR 906.14 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...AGRICULTURE ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT GROWN IN LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY IN TEXAS Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 906.14 Committee. Committee means the Texas Valley Citrus Committee, established pursuant to §...

2010-01-01

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7 CFR 906.14 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...AGRICULTURE ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT GROWN IN LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY IN TEXAS Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 906.14 Committee. Committee means the Texas Valley Citrus Committee, established pursuant to §...

2014-01-01

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4-H Club Officer Handbook - Club Committees  

E-print Network

This section from the 4-H Club Officer Handbook features key areas of responsibilities for members serving on the different club committees. Topics cover functions of club committees and important committee tips. The section concludes...

Howard, Jeff W.

2006-08-09

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7 CFR 958.11 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...AGRICULTURE ONIONS GROWN IN CERTAIN DESIGNATED COUNTIES IN IDAHO, AND MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 958.11 Committee. Committee means the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Committee established pursuant to §...

2010-01-01

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7 CFR 945.11 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...AGRICULTURE IRISH POTATOES GROWN IN CERTAIN DESIGNATED COUNTIES IN IDAHO, AND MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON Order Regulating Handling ...Committee means the administrative committee, called the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Potato Committee, established pursuant...

2013-01-01

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7 CFR 945.11 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...AGRICULTURE IRISH POTATOES GROWN IN CERTAIN DESIGNATED COUNTIES IN IDAHO, AND MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON Order Regulating Handling ...Committee means the administrative committee, called the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Potato Committee, established pursuant...

2011-01-01

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7 CFR 958.11 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...AGRICULTURE ONIONS GROWN IN CERTAIN DESIGNATED COUNTIES IN IDAHO, AND MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 958.11 Committee. Committee means the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Committee established pursuant to §...

2013-01-01

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7 CFR 945.11 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...AGRICULTURE IRISH POTATOES GROWN IN CERTAIN DESIGNATED COUNTIES IN IDAHO, AND MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON Order Regulating Handling ...Committee means the administrative committee, called the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Potato Committee, established pursuant...

2012-01-01

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7 CFR 945.11 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...AGRICULTURE IRISH POTATOES GROWN IN CERTAIN DESIGNATED COUNTIES IN IDAHO, AND MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON Order Regulating Handling ...Committee means the administrative committee, called the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Potato Committee, established pursuant...

2010-01-01

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7 CFR 945.11 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...AGRICULTURE IRISH POTATOES GROWN IN CERTAIN DESIGNATED COUNTIES IN IDAHO, AND MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON Order Regulating Handling ...Committee means the administrative committee, called the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Potato Committee, established pursuant...

2014-01-01

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7 CFR 958.11 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...AGRICULTURE ONIONS GROWN IN CERTAIN DESIGNATED COUNTIES IN IDAHO, AND MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 958.11 Committee. Committee means the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Committee established pursuant to §...

2014-01-01

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7 CFR 958.11 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...AGRICULTURE ONIONS GROWN IN CERTAIN DESIGNATED COUNTIES IN IDAHO, AND MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 958.11 Committee. Committee means the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Committee established pursuant to §...

2012-01-01

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7 CFR 958.11 - Committee.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...AGRICULTURE ONIONS GROWN IN CERTAIN DESIGNATED COUNTIES IN IDAHO, AND MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON Order Regulating Handling Definitions § 958.11 Committee. Committee means the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Committee established pursuant to §...

2011-01-01

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12 CFR 620.30 - Audit committees.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...2010-01-01 false Audit committees. 620...ADMINISTRATION FARM CREDIT SYSTEM DISCLOSURE TO SHAREHOLDERS... Bank and Association Audit and Compensation Committees...Internal controls. Each audit committee must oversee the institution's system of internal...

2010-01-01

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78 FR 38736 - Committee Management; Renewals  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Director, National Science Foundation (NSF...Committee for Biological Sciences, 1110 Advisory Committee...Advisory Committee for Education and Human Resources...Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, 10751 Proposal Review...Learning in Formal and Informal Settings, 59...

2013-06-27

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77 FR 38768 - Smart Grid Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Institute of Standards and Technology Smart Grid Advisory Committee AGENCY: National Institute...SUMMARY: The Smart Grid Advisory Committee (SGAC or Committee...meeting are to review updates on the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel transition...

2012-06-29

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76 FR 46279 - Smart Grid Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Institute of Standards and Technology Smart Grid Advisory Committee AGENCY: Department...SUMMARY: The Smart Grid Advisory Committee (SGAC or Committee...Office of the National Coordinator for Smart Grid Interoperability, National Institute...

2011-08-02

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75 FR 55306 - Smart Grid Advisory Committee  

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...Institute of Standards and Technology Smart Grid Advisory Committee AGENCY: National Institute...SUMMARY: The Smart Grid Advisory Committee (SGAC or Committee...and provide an update on NIST's Smart Grid program. The agenda may change to...

2010-09-10

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76 FR 12711 - Smart Grid Advisory Committee  

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...Institute of Standards and Technology Smart Grid Advisory Committee AGENCY: National Institute...SUMMARY: The Smart Grid Advisory Committee (SGAC or Committee...final agenda will be posted on the Smart Grid Web site at...

2011-03-08

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76 FR 70412 - Smart Grid Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Institute of Standards and Technology Smart Grid Advisory Committee AGENCY: National Institute...SUMMARY: The Smart Grid Advisory Committee (SGAC or Committee...final agenda will be posted on the Smart Grid Web site at...

2011-11-14

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77 FR 61380 - Census Advisory Committees  

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...National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic, and Other Populations. The Committee...National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic, and Other Populations was established...be disseminated to diverse racial and ethnic populations and other users. The...

2012-10-09

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76 FR 39884 - Aviation Security Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Aviation Security Advisory Committee AGENCY...the re-establishment of the Aviation Security Advisory Committee (ASAC...the commerce of aviation. The Aviation Security Advisory Committee The...

2011-07-07

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77 FR 57086 - Open Internet Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION [DA 12-1433] Open Internet Advisory Committee AGENCY: Federal Communications...date, time, and agenda of the Open Internet Advisory Committee (Committee). The...the effects of the Commission's Open Internet rules, and to provide any...

2012-09-17

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77 FR 74661 - Open Internet Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION [DA 12-1986] Open Internet Advisory Committee AGENCY: Federal Communications...date, time, and agenda of the Open Internet Advisory Committee (Committee). The...the effects of the Commission's Open Internet rules, and to provide any...

2012-12-17

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78 FR 16852 - Open Internet Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION [DA 13-375] Open Internet Advisory Committee AGENCY: Federal Communications...date, time, and agenda of the Open Internet Advisory Committee (Committee). The...the effects of the Commission's Open Internet rules, and to provide any...

2013-03-19

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Peer Review Committees 2012-2013 REVIEWEES COMMITTEES  

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Peer Review Committees 2012-2013 REVIEWEES COMMITTEES Instructors/Lecturers Bierman Woodham Gedan one class is visited. We will hold our peer review meeting(s) in April. Therefore, I ask that signed (Chair), Borgia, Higgins Fenster (Chair), Kocher, Inouye Reviewers listed in bold have been assigned

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Peer Review Committees 2011-2012 REVIEWEES COMMITTEES  

E-print Network

Peer Review Committees 2011-2012 REVIEWEES COMMITTEES Instructors/Lecturers Opoku-Edusei Bierman that their classes are visited. We will hold our peer review meeting in mid-April. Therefore, I ask that signed, Carleton Kocher (Chair), Fenster, Via Popper (Chair), Cohen, Fagan Sukharev (Chair), Cummings, Higgins Peer

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Peer Review Committees 2010-2011 REVIEWEES COMMITTEES  

E-print Network

Peer Review Committees 2010-2011 REVIEWEES COMMITTEES Instructors/Lecturers Compton Jensen, Sukharev Kocher (Chair), Fenster, Ades Borgia (Chair), Dudash, Bely Peer review assignments are being made's CV, FAR report, scantron teaching reviews and last year's review report will be made available

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Chapter 2 -Search Committee Responsibilities Search Committee Confidentiality  

E-print Network

8 Chapter 2 - Search Committee Responsibilities Search Committee Confidentiality All persons of confidentiality should be maintained: The names and vitas or resumes of applicants are kept confidential are not confidential and may be released to the public. The findings of any interview process are confidential

Dyer, Bill

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Buildings and Grounds Committee. AGB Standing Committee Series [No. 1].  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The responsibilities and functioning of a college trustee committee on buildings and grounds (i.e., physical plant/campus development) are described. Specific tasks of the committee include: ensuring the adequacy and condition of capital assets; developing and keeping current physical planning policies for land, buildings, and equipment; providing…

Kaiser, Harvey H.

1983-01-01

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The Governance Committee: Independent Institutions. AGB Effective Committee Series  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This publication is part of an AGB series devoted to strengthening the role of key standing committees of governing boards. While there is no optimal committee system for institutions of higher education, certain principles, practices, and procedures prevail. The best practices outlined in this publication support the objectives of board…

Wilson, E. B.; Lanier, James L.

2013-01-01

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Committee Name: Redistricting Committee Date: August 3, 4 & 5, 2011  

E-print Network

1 Committee Name: Redistricting Committee Date: August 3, 4 & 5, 2011 Notes taken by: Matthew Munoz, OGCR Redistricting The process of redistricting only occurs once every ten years, and Farmington The first concepts of the State Legislative Redistricting Plan were unveiled at the Clovis

New Mexico, University of

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75 FR 3197 - Mendocino Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...SUMMARY: The Mendocino County Resource Advisory Committee...meeting will be held at the Mendocino County Museum, located at 400...Committee Coordinator, USDA, Mendocino National Forest, Covelo, Ranger...

2010-01-20

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76 FR 37103 - Electricity Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Electricity Advisory Committee AGENCY: Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Department...This notice announces a meeting of the Electricity Advisory Committee (EAC). The...

2011-06-24

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77 FR 29995 - Electricity Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Electricity Advisory Committee AGENCY: Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Department...This notice announces a meeting of the Electricity Advisory Committee (EAC). The...

2012-05-21

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78 FR 55692 - Electricity Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Electricity Advisory Committee AGENCY: Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Department...This notice announces a meeting of the Electricity Advisory Committee (EAC). The...

2013-09-11

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76 FR 59667 - Electricity Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Electricity Advisory Committee AGENCY: Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Department...This notice announces a meeting of the Electricity Advisory Committee (EAC). The...

2011-09-27

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76 FR 10577 - Electricity Advisory Committee Meeting  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Electricity Advisory Committee Meeting AGENCY: Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Department...announces a meeting of the reestablished Electricity Advisory Committee (EAC). The...

2011-02-25

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78 FR 28207 - Electricity Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Electricity Advisory Committee AGENCY: Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Department...This notice announces a meeting of the Electricity Advisory Committee (EAC). The...

2013-05-14

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INVITATION: PRAKTISK TEMADAG OM INDHENTNING AF BIO-  

E-print Network

INVITATION: PRAKTISK TEMADAG OM INDHENTNING AF BIO- MASSE FRA LAVBUNDSOMR�DE TIL BIOGAS 24 lavbundsområdet til biogas været stigende de senere år. Der sker en spændende teknologisk udvikling indenfor som har draget erfaringer med høst og anvendelse af enggræs til biogas, og se udstyr til slåning af

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Classified Recruitment Search Committee Guidelines  

E-print Network

Classified Recruitment Search Committee Guidelines MSU does not discriminate on the basis regarding the protected classes noted above. Experience ­ consider the relevance of the experience of the interview questions, etc. become a part of the search file. If a search is challenged, the committee

Dyer, Bill

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BOARD OF GOVERNORS Audit Committee  

E-print Network

· oversee the independence of the External Auditor - require audit firm partner rotation after 5 years; (bBOARD OF GOVERNORS Audit Committee Terms of Reference Purpose and Authority The Audit Committee management, (3) independent audit process including recommending the appointment and assessing

Brownstone, Rob

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Scientific Programme Committee  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Scientific Programme Committee A. Blondel, University of Geneva A. Cervera, IFIC M. Dracos, IN2P3 I. Efhymiopoulos, CERN J. Ellis, CERN S. Geer, FNAL R. Garoby, CERN M. Goodman, ANL D. Harris, FNAL T. Hasegawa, KEK P. Huber, Virginia Tech. D. Kaplan, IIT Y.D. Kim, Sejong University H. Kirk, BNL Y. Kuno, Osaka University K. Long, Imperial College N.K. Mondal, TIFR J. Morfin, FNAL Y. Mori, Kyoto University K. Nishikawa, KEK V. Palladino, University of Napoli C. Prior, RAL F.J.P. Soler, University of Glasgow J. Strait, FNAL R. Svoboda, University of California Davis F. Terranova, LN Frascati M. Zisman, LBNL Local Organizing Committee E. Benedetto, CERN/NTUA C. Blanchard, University of Geneva A. Blondel, University of Geneva (co-chair) I. Efthymiopoulos, CERN (co-chair) F. Dufour, University of Geneva F. Girard-Madoux, CERN E. Gschwendtner, CERN A. Korzenev, University of Geneva M. Morer-Olafsen, CERN S. Murphy, University of Geneva G. Prior, CERN G. Wikström, University of Geneva E. Wildner, CERN Sponsors EuCARD European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) Swiss Institute for Particle Physics (CHIPP) University of Geneva

2013-02-01

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International Olympic Committee  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Since the birth of the modern Olympics in 1896, those with a passion for information about these contests have sought out materials on the Games via a multitude of sources. For those who are so inclined, this website is a uniformly excellent way to learn about the activities of the International Olympic Committee and the Olympic Games. On their homepage, visitors can check out a complete list of all the Olympic medal winters since 1896, read up on all the Olympic records, and also download their latest podcasts and vodcasts. Moving on, the left-hand side of the homepage features six sections, including "Sports", "Athletes", "News", and "Olympic Museum". Visitors might want to start by clicking on "The Movement" area. Here they can learn about the role that the International Olympic Committee plays in bringing together partners and other agencies to disseminate the Olympic spirit around the globe. Also, visitors should not miss the "Olympic Personal Trainer" area of the site. Within this area, users can listen to Olympic athletes talk about their own training experiences, and even submit questions.

2008-01-01

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AGU Committee Update: Recent activities of NG Technical Committee  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Beginning this year, the AGU has adopted a series of new policies designed to highlight the interdisciplinary aspects of the Union. As part of these new policies, members will soon be able to affiliate with the AGU Technical Committees, including the Nonlinear Geophysics (NG) Committee. In addition, the Technical Committees are now able to sponsor or co-sponsor technical sessions at both the Spring and Fall annual meetings, as well as make awards for best research and papers, and sponsor nominations for AGU Fellows and Union-wide awards.A website for the NG committee, with descriptions of the committee's activities and other functions, can be found via a link from the main AGU website, which is maintained by Jon Pelletier (University of Arizona). An AGU/NG listserver is maintained by the AGU staff liaison to NG, Dan Moore (DMoore@agu.org). AGU members wishing to be apprised of NG committee activities by inclusion in the listserv should either sign up through the NG web site, or send email to Dan Moore. As described, the NG committee can nominate an AGU member for election to AGU Fellow status. Don Turcotte (Cornell University) chairs the NG subcommittee on Fellow nominations.

Rundle, John B.

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GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE (GMEC) The Graduate Medical Education Committee is a standing committee of the School of Medicine.  

E-print Network

Fellowship Program Directors (2yr term) The Director of Graduate Medical Education The Director of GraduatePage 32 GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE (GMEC) The Graduate Medical Education Committee is a standing committee of the School of Medicine. The Graduate Medical Education Committee reports

Oliver, Douglas L.

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Young Women's Experiences of Resisting Invitations to Use Illicit Drugs  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Ten young women were interviewed regarding their experiences of resisting invitations to use illicit drugs. Hermeneutic phenomenology was used to gather and analyze information. One key theme was the motivations that inspired women to refuse drug offers. Young women resisted drug invitations because of their desires to be authentic, protect their…

Koehn, Corinne V.; O'Neill, Linda K.

2011-01-01

347

Framtidens lantbruk / Future Agriculture Young Researchers' Forum invites to free  

E-print Network

on a conference and a workshop on sustainable production systems Future Agriculture initiativeYoung ResearchersFramtidens lantbruk / Future Agriculture Young Researchers' Forum invites to free participitation' Forum invites nine young researchers to participate in a conference and work- shop on sustainable

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Breast cancer mortality with varying invitational policies in organised mammography  

PubMed Central

We examined the effect of different invitational policies on the reduction of breast cancer mortality at 60–79 years of age within the Finnish mammography programme in 1992–2003, which varied in its coverage at 60–69 years of age. The data from 260 municipalities were grouped into three categories: regular invitations at 50–59 years of age only, regular invitations at 50–69 years of age, and regular invitations at 50–59 years of age with irregular invitations at 60–69 years of age. Observed deaths from breast cancer were compared to those expected without screening among all women and among the screened and non-screened women. Observed deaths were obtained from population data and from a cohort follow-up in 1992–2003. Expected deaths were derived by modelling breast cancer mortality at population level in 1974–1985 and 1992–2003. The reduction in breast cancer mortality was strongest, 28% (0.72, 0.51–0.97), in municipalities with regular invitations at 50–69 years of age. No overall effect at 60–79 years of age was observed with regular invitations at 50–59 years of age. The study confirms a reduction by screening of breast cancer mortality in Finland. Uniform extension of invitations to 60–69 years of age would increase the number of prevented breast cancer deaths among the elderly. PMID:18231108

Sarkeala, T; Heinävaara, S; Anttila, A

2008-01-01

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The Basic Tenets of Invitational Theory and Practice: An Invitational Glossary  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A review of the literature which concentrates on Invitational Theory and Practice (ITP) has revealed an inconsistent and oft times confusing or contradictory use of named concepts, labels, phrases, wordings, definitions, and other such titles of major ITP principles (Shaw and Siegel, 2010). Presented in a glossary type format, the purpose of this…

Shaw, Daniel E.; Siegel, Betty L.; Schoenlein, Allyson

2013-01-01

350

Student Fee Advisory Committee Orientation Handbook  

E-print Network

Student Fee Advisory Committee Orientation Handbook 2013-2014 Student Services 245 Hahn Student Services 1156 High Street Santa Cruz, CA 95064 (831) 459-4446 #12;2 Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC) The Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC) is perhaps the most influential committee at UCSC. Not only

California at Santa Cruz, University of

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Student Fee Advisory Committee Orientation Handbook  

E-print Network

Student Fee Advisory Committee Orientation Handbook 2011-2012 Student Services 245 Hahn Student Services 1156 High Street Santa Cruz, CA 95064 (831) 459-1676 #12;2 Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC) The Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC) is perhaps the most influential committee at UCSC. Not only

California at Santa Cruz, University of

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An invitation from the MSU Teaching & Learning Committee What Faculty Members Need  

E-print Network

into how faculty can be fully integrated into a school's retention program. He'll cover: · Retention success* In this information-packed, 90-minute online seminar, Dr. Jerry Pattengale will provide insight Room 126 EPS Building 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided Due to the size of the room

Dyer, Bill

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78 FR 51727 - Announcement of the Second 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Meeting and Invitation for...  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Research Group, Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center, Agricultural...knowledge in the field of human nutrition and chronic disease...Department of Health and Human Services. Dated: August...Director, Center for Nutrition Policy and...

2013-08-21

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The Mineral Physics Committee  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Mineral Physics Committee members for the period July 1, 1986, to J ne 30, 1988, have been announced. They are Murli H. Manghnani (Hawaii Institute of Geophysics, Honolulu), and Orson L. Anderson (University of California, Los Angeles), Thomas J. Ahrens (California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif.), Subir K. Banerjee (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis), William A. Bassett (Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.), Gordon E. Brown, Jr. (Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.), Michael Brown (University of Washington, Seattle), Robert M. Hazen (Geophysical Laboratory, Washington, D.C.), Raymond F. Jeanloz (University of California, Berkeley), Robert C. Liebermann (State University of New York (SUNY),(Stony Brook), Alexandra Navrotsky (Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.), Robert N. Schock (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, Calif.), and Donald J. Weidner (SUNY Stony Brook).

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77 FR 16316 - Shipping Coordinating Committee; Notice of Committee Meeting  

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...forty-third Session of the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) Sub-Committee on Standards of Training and Watchkeeping (STW) to be held at the IMO Headquarters, United Kingdom, April 30-May 4, 2012. The primary matters to be considered...

2012-03-20

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76 FR 12787 - Shipping Coordinating Committee; Notice of Committee Meeting  

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...the 105th regular session of the IMO Council; --Technical cooperation...legislation; --Review of the status of conventions...March 2, 2011. Jon Trent Warner, Executive Secretary...Committee, Department of State. [FR Doc....

2011-03-08

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75 FR 63888 - Shipping Coordinating Committee; Notice of Committee Meeting  

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...the 104th regular sessions of the IMO Council and the 26th regular session of the IMO Assembly --Technical...Dated: October 13, 2010. Jon Trent Warner, Executive Secretary...Coordinating Committee, Department of State. [FR Doc....

2010-10-18

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75 FR 30002 - Federal Advisory Committee; Threat Reduction Advisory Committee  

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...matters relating to combating weapons of mass destruction to the Secretary of Defense...partners; b. Combating weapons of mass destruction to include non- proliferation...security affairs, and weapons of mass destruction. The Committee...

2010-05-28

359

Federal Geographic Data Committee  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) is an interagency committee organized in 1990 to promote the coordinated dissemination and application of geospatial data through development of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI). In cooperation with governmental, academic, nonprofit and private sector organizations, the FGDC is developing the NSDI as a base structure of policies, standards, procedures and relationships among data producers and users that will leverage individual geographic data efforts, and thereby facilitate expedited and expanded sharing, access, and use of geospatial data. The NSDI will (1) reduce duplication of effort among agencies, (2) improve quality and reduce costs related to geographic information, (3) make geographic data more available to the public, (4) increase the benefits of using available data, and (4) establish key partnerships with states, counties, cities, tribal nations, academia and the private sector to increase data availability. The Geospatial Data Clearinghouse (i.e., the National Spatial Data Clearinghouse) is a collection of over 250 servers having digital geographic data primarily for use in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), image processing systems, and other modeling software and prepared in accordance with NSDI protocols. While facilitated by the FGDC, the Clearinghouse is cooperative and decentralized, having six regional gateways. From the FGDC site, one can search the Clearinghouse gateways, browse the organizational sites of the registered NSDI Clearinghouse Nodes, download papers pertaining to the metadata, standards, framework, and stakeholders associated with development of the NSDI, or search through the partner site of the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST) for online geospatial data by general subject, state GIS and base map sources, or other U.S. organizational sites hosting national scale data.

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COMMITTEES: SQM2006 Organising and International Advisory Committees  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Organising Committee Kenneth Barish Huan Zhong Huang Joseph Kapusta Grazyna Odyniec Johann Rafelski Charles A Whitten Jr International Advisory Committee Jörg Aichelin Federico Antinori Tamas Biró Jean Cleymans Lazlo Csernai Tim Hallman Ulrich Heinz Sonja Kabana Rob Lacey Yu-Gang Ma Jes Madsen Yasuo Miake Berndt Mueller Grazyna Odyniec Helmut Oeschler Apostolos Panagiotou Johann Rafelski Hans Ritter Karel Safarik Jack Sandweiss Jürgen Schaffner-Bielich Wen-Qing Shen Georges Stephans Horst Stöcker Thomas Ullrich Bill Zajc

2006-12-01

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Schools without Fear. Proceedings of the Annual International Alliance for Invitational Education Conference (14th). International Alliance for Invitational Education.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Papers presented at the fourteenth Annual Conference of the Alliance for Invitational Education are (1) "Caring, Sharing, Daring: Three Tests to Help Develop More Inviting Policies, Programmes, and Procedures" (M. Ayers); (2) "Project: Gentlemen on the Move - Combating the Poor Academic and Social Performance of African American Male Youth" (D. F.…

Francis, Adrianna Hayes, Ed.

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Program Building Committee's Central Planning Group.  

E-print Network

which features beef products, costs and preparation ideas. Another example is 4-H and community development committees working together on a neighborhood improvement project involving beautification and landscape. The central planning group assists... program depends on involvement of local citizens in program development. The basic units of the county program building committee are: ? CENTRAL PLANNING GROUP (executive committee or overall committee - see pages 4-5) ? PROGRAM AREA COMMITTEES...

Richardson, Burl B.; Marshall, Mary G.

1982-01-01

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11 CFR 9008.55 - Funding for convention committees, host committees and municipal funds.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...FINANCING FEDERAL FINANCING OF PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATING CONVENTIONS Host Committees and Municipal Funds Representing a Convention City § 9008.55 Funding for convention committees, host committees and municipal funds. (a) Convention...

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11 CFR 9008.55 - Funding for convention committees, host committees and municipal funds.  

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...FINANCING FEDERAL FINANCING OF PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATING CONVENTIONS Host Committees and Municipal Funds Representing a Convention City § 9008.55 Funding for convention committees, host committees and municipal funds. (a) Convention...

2011-01-01

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Academic Committee. 29 January 2013. 1 TO: University of Toronto Scarborough Academic Committee  

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Academic Committee. 29 January 2013. 1 TO: University of Toronto Scarborough Academic Committee JURISDICTIONAL INFORMATION: University of Toronto Scarborough Academic Committee has authority to oversee II 3. POLB50Y3 Canadian Government and

Wells, Mathew G. - Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences, University of Toronto

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75 FR 25212 - Federal Advisory Committee; Defense Audit Advisory Committee (DAAC)  

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...Advisory Committee; Defense Audit Advisory Committee (DAAC) AGENCY...Defense announces that the Defense Audit Advisory Committee will meet...financial reporting processes, systems of internal controls, audit processes, and processes...

2010-05-07

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75 FR 52732 - Renewal of Department of Defense Federal Advisory Committee; Missile Defense Advisory Committee  

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...Department of Defense procedures for appointments, may extend a members term on the Committee. Member appointments will be staggered among the Committee membership to ensure an orderly turnover in the Committee's overall composition on a periodic...

2010-08-27

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76 FR 41274 - Committee Name: Homeland Security Science and Technology Advisory Committee (HSSTAC)  

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...Name: Homeland Security Science and...Committee Management; Notice of...the Committee Management Secretariat...Committee: Homeland Security Science and...engineering, cyber-security, knowledge management and how...

2011-07-13

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78 FR 60863 - Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice of Federal Advisory Committee Meeting  

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...DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Office of the Secretary Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice...Federal advisory committee meeting of the Threat Reduction Advisory Committee (``the...Mr. William Hostyn, DoD, Defense Threat Reduction...

2013-10-02

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77 FR 2710 - Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice of Federal Advisory Committee Meeting  

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...DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Office of the Secretary Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice...Federal advisory committee meeting of the Threat Reduction Advisory Committee (hereafter...William Hostyn, GS-15, DoD, Defense Threat Reduction Agency/SP-ACP, 8725...

2012-01-19

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77 FR 19006 - Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice of Federal Advisory Committee Meeting  

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...DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Office of the Secretary Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice...Federal advisory committee meeting of the Threat Reduction Advisory Committee (hereafter...William Hostyn, GS-15, DoD, Defense Threat Reduction Agency/SP-ACP, 8725...

2012-03-29

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77 FR 69807 - Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice of Federal Advisory Committee Meeting  

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...DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Office of the Secretary Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice...Federal advisory committee meeting of the Threat Reduction Advisory Committee (hereafter...Mr. William Hostyn, DoD, Defense Threat Reduction...

2012-11-21

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78 FR 29334 - Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice of Federal Advisory Committee Meeting  

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...DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Office of the Secretary Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice...Federal advisory committee meeting of the Threat Reduction Advisory Committee (``the...Mr. William Hostyn, DoD, Defense Threat Reduction...

2013-05-20

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75 FR 64711 - Federal Advisory Committee; Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Correction  

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...Secretary Federal Advisory Committee; Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Correction...an October 21, 2010, meeting of the Threat Reduction Advisory Committee in Chantilly...of Contact: Mr. Eric Wright, Defense Threat Reduction Agency/AST, 8725 John...

2010-10-20

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78 FR 32380 - Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice of Federal Advisory Committee Meeting; Notice of...  

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...DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice...announcing a June 12-13, 2013 meeting of the Threat Reduction Advisory Committee. This notice announces that the Department of Defense Threat Reduction Advisory Committee meeting...

2013-05-30

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78 FR 77663 - Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice of Federal Advisory Committee Meeting  

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...DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Office of the Secretary Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; Notice...Federal advisory committee meeting of the Threat Reduction Advisory Committee (``the...Mr. William Hostyn, DoD, Defense Threat Reduction...

2013-12-24

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76 FR 17180 - Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy; Notice of Committee Renewal  

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...Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy. The Committee serves...and problems in international economic policy. The Committee provides...information and advice on the effective integration of economic interests into overall...

2011-03-28

378

Engineering Awards Committee Meeting Minutes  

E-print Network

Grismer, Craig Benham and Bruce White. Tim Ginn, as Chair of the committee, started off the meeting Attended: Tim Ginn, Xin Liu and Mohamed Hafez Absent: Bruce Gates, Atul Parikh, Khaled Abdel-Ghaffar, Mark

Islam, M. Saif

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Investigational Drug Steering Committee Update  

Cancer.gov

Investigational Drug Steering Committee Update Angiogenesis Task Force Cardiovascular Toxicities Panel Michael Maitland, M.D., Ph.D. Angiogenesis Taskforce Cardiovascular Toxicities Panel „ Formation „ Process „ Results “we need to do something about

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CAHNRS Safety Committee Meeting Minutes  

E-print Network

CAHNRS Safety Committee Meeting Minutes October 8, 2013 Present Daniel Edge-Garza, Rick Rupp, Rich by Daniel Edge-Garza. The next general meeting will be at 11am on November 12, 2013, in 409 Hulbert Hall

Collins, Gary S.

381

CAHNRS Safety Committee Meeting Minutes  

E-print Network

CAHNRS Safety Committee Meeting Minutes September 10, 2013 Present Daniel Edge-Garza, Sheila Brooks at noon by Daniel Edge-Garza. The next general meeting will be at 11 am on October 8, 2013, in 409 Hulbert

Collins, Gary S.

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50 CFR 453.03 - Committee review and final determinations.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.03 Committee review and final determinations....

2014-10-01

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50 CFR 453.06 - Additional Committee powers.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.06 Additional Committee powers. (a) Secure...

2014-10-01

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50 CFR 453.04 - Committee information gathering.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.04 Committee information gathering. (a)...

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50 CFR 453.04 - Committee information gathering.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.04 Committee information gathering. (a)...

2011-10-01

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50 CFR 453.03 - Committee review and final determinations.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.03 Committee review and final determinations....

2010-10-01

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50 CFR 453.03 - Committee review and final determinations.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.03 Committee review and final determinations....

2013-10-01

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50 CFR 453.06 - Additional Committee powers.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.06 Additional Committee powers. (a) Secure...

2012-10-01

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50 CFR 453.03 - Committee review and final determinations.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.03 Committee review and final determinations....

2012-10-01

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50 CFR 453.06 - Additional Committee powers.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.06 Additional Committee powers. (a) Secure...

2013-10-01

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50 CFR 453.03 - Committee review and final determinations.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.03 Committee review and final determinations....

2011-10-01

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50 CFR 453.06 - Additional Committee powers.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.06 Additional Committee powers. (a) Secure...

2010-10-01

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50 CFR 453.04 - Committee information gathering.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.04 Committee information gathering. (a)...

2014-10-01

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50 CFR 453.04 - Committee information gathering.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.04 Committee information gathering. (a)...

2010-10-01

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50 CFR 453.06 - Additional Committee powers.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.06 Additional Committee powers. (a) Secure...

2011-10-01

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50 CFR 453.04 - Committee information gathering.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE); ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE REGULATIONS ENDANGERED SPECIES EXEMPTION PROCESS ENDANGERED SPECIES COMMITTEE § 453.04 Committee information gathering. (a)...

2012-10-01

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78 FR 20685 - Aviation Security Advisory Committee (ASAC) Meeting  

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...Transportation Security Administration Aviation Security Advisory Committee (ASAC...SUMMARY: The Aviation Security Advisory Committee (ASAC...Pub. L. 92-463). The Aviation Security Advisory Committee...

2013-04-05

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76 FR 64122 - NASA Advisory Committee; Renewal of NASA's International Space Station Advisory Committee Charter  

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...NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION [Notice (11-095...Committee; Renewal of NASA's International Space Station Advisory Committee Charter AGENCY: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). ACTION:...

2011-10-17

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Shared Research Computing Policy Advisory Committee November 9, 2011  

E-print Network

Shared Research Computing Policy Advisory Committee November 9, 2011 (Submitted to Research Computing Executive Committee) Proposed Mandate Reporting to the Research Computing Executive Committee (RCEC), the Shared Research Computing Policy Advisory Committee (SRCPA) will be a faculty

Qian, Ning

400

10 CFR 1.18 - Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...2011-01-01 false Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. 1.18 Section 1.18 Energy NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION...Committees § 1.18 Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. The Advisory Committee on...

2011-01-01

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10 CFR 1.18 - Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...2010-01-01 false Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. 1.18 Section 1.18 Energy NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION...Committees § 1.18 Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. The Advisory Committee on...

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10 CFR 1.18 - Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...2014-01-01 false Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. 1.18 Section 1.18 Energy NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION...Committees § 1.18 Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. The Advisory Committee on...

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10 CFR 1.18 - Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...2013-01-01 false Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. 1.18 Section 1.18 Energy NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION...Committees § 1.18 Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. The Advisory Committee on...

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10 CFR 1.18 - Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...2012-01-01 false Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. 1.18 Section 1.18 Energy NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION...Committees § 1.18 Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. The Advisory Committee on...

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77 FR 60373 - Advisory Committee on Universal Cotton Standards  

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...AMS-CN-12-0048] Advisory Committee on Universal Cotton Standards AGENCY: Agricultural Marketing...USDA) Advisory Committee on Universal Cotton Standards and a Request for Nominations...establish the Advisory Committee on Universal Cotton Standards (Committee). The...

2012-10-03

406

77 FR 50488 - Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technical Advisory Committee  

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...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technical Advisory Committee AGENCY: Department...meeting (Webinar) of the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technical Advisory Committee (HTAC...of the Committee: The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technical Advisory Committee (HTAC)...

2012-08-21

407

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Commercial Space Committee  

E-print Network

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Commercial Space Committee of the NASA Advisory ______________________________________________ John Emond, Executive Secretary Commercial Space Committee _____________________________________________ Bretton Alexander, Chair Commercial Space Committee #12;NAC Commercial Space Committee, July 29, 2010

Waliser, Duane E.

408

21 CFR 14.90 - Ad hoc advisory committee members.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

... 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Ad hoc advisory committee members. 14.90...Members of Advisory Committees § 14.90 Ad hoc advisory committee members. In selecting members of an ad hoc advisory committee, the Commissioner...

2010-04-01

409

HMSC Sustainability Committee Meeting Minutes for January 12, 2010  

E-print Network

HMSC Sustainability Committee Meeting Minutes for January 12, 2010 Joint Meeting with the HMSC Manangement Committee (These minutes only include notes pertaining to the Sustainability Committee Action Items for Sustainability Committee: 1. Administer the bus transportation survey requested by Port

410

78 FR 32403 - Arthritis Advisory Committee; Notice of Meeting  

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...www.fda.gov/AdvisoryCommittees/default.htm and scroll down to the appropriate advisory committee meeting link, or...fda.gov/AdvisoryCommittees/Calendar/default.htm. Scroll down to the appropriate advisory committee meeting link....

2013-05-30

411

78 FR 2677 - Blood Products Advisory Committee; Notice of Meeting  

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2013-01-14

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EDITORIAL: Invited papers from the 15th International Congress on Plasma Physics combined with the 13th Latin American Workshop on Plasma Physics Invited papers from the 15th International Congress on Plasma Physics combined with the 13th Latin American Workshop on Plasma Physics  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The International Advisory Committee of the 15th International Congress on Plasma Physics (ICPP 2010) and the International Advisory Committee of the 13th Latin American Workshop on Plasma Physics (LAWPP 2010) both agreed to hold this combined meeting ICPP-LAWPP-2010 in Santiago de Chile, 8-13 August 2010, considering the celebration of the Bicentennial of Chilean Independence. ICPP-LAWPP-2010 was organized by the Thermonuclear Plasma Department of the Chilean Nuclear Energy Commission (CCHEN) as part of its official program, within the framework of the Chilean Bicentennial activities. This event was also a scientific and academic activity of the project `Center for Research and Applications in Plasma Physics and Pulsed Power, P4', supported by the National Scientific and Technological Commission, CONICYT-Chile, under grant ACT-26. The International Congress on Plasma Physics was first held in Nagoya in 1980, and was followed by: Gothenburg (1982), Lausanne (1984), Kiev (1987), New Delhi (1989), Innsbruck (1992), Foz do Iguacu (1994), Nagoya (1996), Prague (1998), Quebec City (2000), Sydney (2002), Nice (2004), Kiev (2006) and Fukuoka (2008). The purpose of the Congress is to discuss recent progress and outlooks in plasma science, covering fundamental plasma physics, fusion plasmas, astrophysical plasmas, plasma applications, etc. The Latin American Workshop on Plasma Physics was first held in 1982 in Cambuquira, Brazil, followed by: Medellín (1985), Santiago (1988), Buenos Aires (1990), Mexico City (1992), Foz do Iguacu (1994, also combined with ICPP), Caracas (1997), Tandil (1998), La Serena (2000), Sao Pedro (2003), Mexico City (2005) and Caracas (2007). The purpose of the Latin American Workshop on Plasma Physics is to provide a forum in which the achievements of the Latin American plasma physics communities can be displayed, as well as to foster collaboration between plasma scientists within the region and elsewhere. The Program of ICPP-LAWPP-2010 included, amongst others, the following topics: fundamentals of plasma physics, fusion plasmas, plasmas in astrophysics and space physics, plasma applications and technologies, complex plasmas, high energy density plasmas, quantum plasmas and laser-plasma interaction. A total of 180 delegates from 34 different countries took part in ICPP-LAWPP-2010, and 60 delegates received financial assistance from the Local Organizing Committee, thanks to the support granted by the International Union for Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) and by CCHEN. The ICPP-LAWPP-2010 Program was established by the following Program Committee: • Carlos Alejaldre, ITER • Maria Virginia Alves, Brazil • Julio Herrera, Mexico • Günter Mank, IAEA • George Morales, USA • Padma Kant Shukla, Germany • Guido Van Oost, Belgium • Leopoldo Soto, Chile (Chairman) This Program Committee was formed of selected members from the International Advisory Committee of the ICPP and from the International Advisory Committee of the LAWPP (http://www.icpp-lawpp-2010.cl/page/committees.php). In particular, plenary lectures and invited topical lectures were selected by the Program Committee from a list of nominated lectures presented by the International Advisory Committees of both ICPP and LAWPP. Also, the classification of oral and poster presentations was established by the Program Committee. The Congress included 15 invited plenary talks, 33 invited topical talks, 45 oral contributions, and 160 poster contributions. Most of the plenary and topical lectures are published in this special issue of Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion. The papers were refereed according to the usual standards of the journal. Prior to ICPP-LAWPP 2010, an important activity usually associated with the Latin American Workshop on Plasma Physics took place. This activity was the LAWPP School on Plasma Physics, which was open to participants from all over the world, providing basic training to students and young researchers. The School was attended by 44 participants and 7 lecturers from 11 different countries. All participants rec

Soto, Leopoldo

2011-07-01

413

Fusion Policy Advisory Committee (FPAC)  

SciTech Connect

This document is the final report of the Fusion Policy Advisory Committee. The report conveys the Committee's views on the matters specified by the Secretary in his charge and subsequent letters to the Committee, and also satisfies the provisions of Section 7 of the Magnetic Fusion Energy Engineering Act of 1980, Public Law 96-386, which require a triennial review of the conduct of the national Magnetic Fusion Energy program. Three sub-Committee's were established to address the large number of topics associated with fusion research and development. One considered magnetic fusion energy, a second considered inertial fusion energy, and the third considered issues common to both. For many reasons, the promise of nuclear fusion as a safe, environmentally benign, and affordable source of energy is bright. At the present state of knowledge, however, it is uncertain that this promise will become reality. Only a vigorous, well planned and well executed program of research and development will yield the needed information. The Committee recommends that the US commit to a plan that will resolve this critically important issue. It also outlines the first steps in a development process that will lead to a fusion Demonstration Power Plant by 2025. The recommended program is aggressive, but we believe the goal is reasonable and attainable. International collaboration at a significant level is an important element in the plan.

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1990-09-01

414

The Perceived School Climate in Invitational Schools in Hong Kong: Using the Chinese Version of the Inviting School Survey-Revised (ISS-R)  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article describes the use of the Chinese translation of the revised Inviting School Survey (ISS-R; Smith, 2005; Smith & Bernard, 2004) to measure the invitational climate of seven invitational secondary schools in Hong Kong. The five subscales of Chinese version of ISS-R were found to be valid and reliable in a sample of 706 Grade 11…

Ng, Carmen K. M.; Yuen, Mantak

2011-01-01

415

Interagency Ocean Observing Committee  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Decades of focused investment in ocean observing and prediction have produced many examples of substantive societal and economic benefit resulting from improved knowledge of ocean and coastal waters and their behavior. Many complex and difficult questions about the ocean remain, including many that have implications for the lives and livelihoods of millions of Americans. The United States has embarked on a series of efforts to develop an ocean observing system capable of addressing broad societal needs. This system is known as the U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (U.S. IOOS). The activities and members of the U.S. IOOS community are broad and complex. There are 18 Federal agencies involved in the U.S. IOOS program, as well as 11 U.S. IOOS Regional Associations that encompass efforts focused in U.S. coastal waters, the Great Lakes, and U.S. territories and their waters in the Pacific and the Caribbean. In addition, there are many Federal and academic scientists representing the U.S. Government in various United Nations-sponsored groups that plan and oversee global ocean observation programs. This diverse community is managed largely through cooperation rather than clear directive or budgetary authority, which has contributed to both the strong growth, and the integration weaknesses, of the U.S. IOOS program. The Interagency Ocean Observation Committee (IOOC) is a dynamic group of federal leaders required by Congress to implement procedural, technical, and scientific requirements to ensure full execution of U.S. IOOS. A major focus for the next decade of the IOOC is to help guide comprehensive processes that more fully integrate the requirements, technologies, data/product development and dissemination, testing and modeling efforts across the regional, national, and global sectors of the U.S. IOOS program. This poster/presentation will increase awareness of IOOC efforts to coordinate physical, chemical, and biological observations -- a complementary objective shared by the scientific community that encompasses the American Geophysical Union.

Rome, N. A.

2013-12-01

416

[Striking the work-life balance].  

PubMed

Solutions for finding a satisfactory balance between home life and work lie in the organisation of work and the work environment. Line managers in particular have a key role to play in helping their staff maintain this balance. PMID:25619100

Dumas, Marc

2014-11-01

417

Widening Access through Partnerships with Working Life  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Dalarna University has doubled its student numbers during the past five years, and now has the highest proportion of students from non-academic backgrounds of Swedish universities (37%). The province of Dalarna combines steel and paper industry in a number of relatively small towns with large areas of sparsely populated countryside. By tradition,…

Casson, Andrew

2006-01-01

418

Women, Careers, and Work-Life Preferences  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

There are no sex differences in cognitive ability but enduring sex differences in competitiveness, life goals, the relative emphasis on agency versus connection. Policy-makers' and feminist emphasis on equal opportunities and family-friendly policies assumes that sex discrimination is the primary source of sex differentials in labour market…

Hakim, Catherine

2006-01-01

419

WorkLife Programs 2010 Satisfaction Survey  

E-print Network

assistance counseling or referral 35% chose health and wellness programs, such as Weight Watchers at Work or the walking program 34% answered health and wellness presentations (topics include stress, nutrition, family development and wellness program opportunities. Strongly agree, 10% Agree, 56% Disagree, 24% Strongly disagree

420

COMMITTEES: SQM2004 Organising and International Advisory Committees  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Organising Committee Jean Cleymans (Chairman) Zeblon Vilakazi Roger Fearick Peter Steinberg Rory Adams Bruce Becker Sarah Blyth Gareth de Vaux Heather Gray Mark Horner Nawahl Razak Artur Szostak Spencer Wheaton International Advisory Committee Federico Antinori Tim Hallman John Harris Tetsuo Hatsuda Ulrich Heinz Huan Z Huang Sonja Kabana Volker Koch Rob Lacey Jes Madsen Yasuo Miake Maurizio Morando Berndt Mueller Grazyna Odyniec Helmut Oeschler Apostolos Panagiotou Josef Pochodzalla Johann Rafelski Karel Safarik Jack Sandweiss Jürgen Schaffner-Bielich Georges Stephans Horst Stoecker Herbert Stroebele Thomas Ullrich Orlando Villalobos-Baillie Bill Zajc Joseph Zimanyi

2005-06-01

421

Invited Review Malaria parasite colonisation of the mosquito midgut Placing  

E-print Network

Invited Review Malaria parasite colonisation of the mosquito midgut ­ Placing the Plasmodium 3 March 2012 Keywords: Malaria Plasmodium Mosquito Anopheles Ookinete Oocyst Midgut traversal drugs is emerging. Malaria parasite migration through the mosquito host constitutes a major population

McFadden, Geoff

422

Challenges and Solutions in Modern VLSI (Invited Paper)  

E-print Network

Challenges and Solutions in Modern VLSI Placement (Invited Paper) Zhe-Wei Jiang1, Hsin-Chen Chen2, Tung-Chieh Chen1, and Yao-Wen Chang1,2 1Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, National Taiwan

Chang, Yao-Wen

423

INVITED REVIEW Monitoring adaptive genetic responses to environmental  

E-print Network

then review a few exemplary studies that explore adaptive responses to climate change in Drosophila, selectiveINVITED REVIEW Monitoring adaptive genetic responses to environmental change MICHAEL M. HANSEN Marine Fisheries Service, USA) Abstract Widespread environmental changes including climate change

Waller, Donald M.

424

48 CFR 814.201 - Preparation of invitations for bids.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...AFFAIRS CONTRACTING METHODS AND CONTRACT TYPES SEALED BIDDING Solicitation of Bids 814.201 Preparation of invitations...lowest cost to the Government. Therefore, to assure proper evaluation of all bids, a bidder quoting a summary bid price must...

2013-10-01

425

48 CFR 814.201 - Preparation of invitations for bids.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...AFFAIRS CONTRACTING METHODS AND CONTRACT TYPES SEALED BIDDING Solicitation of Bids 814.201 Preparation of invitations...lowest cost to the Government. Therefore, to assure proper evaluation of all bids, a bidder quoting a summary bid price must...

2014-10-01

426

48 CFR 814.201 - Preparation of invitations for bids.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...AFFAIRS CONTRACTING METHODS AND CONTRACT TYPES SEALED BIDDING Solicitation of Bids 814.201 Preparation of invitations...lowest cost to the Government. Therefore, to assure proper evaluation of all bids, a bidder quoting a summary bid price must...

2010-10-01

427

48 CFR 814.201 - Preparation of invitations for bids.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...AFFAIRS CONTRACTING METHODS AND CONTRACT TYPES SEALED BIDDING Solicitation of Bids 814.201 Preparation of invitations...lowest cost to the Government. Therefore, to assure proper evaluation of all bids, a bidder quoting a summary bid price must...

2011-10-01

428

48 CFR 814.201 - Preparation of invitations for bids.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...AFFAIRS CONTRACTING METHODS AND CONTRACT TYPES SEALED BIDDING Solicitation of Bids 814.201 Preparation of invitations...lowest cost to the Government. Therefore, to assure proper evaluation of all bids, a bidder quoting a summary bid price must...

2012-10-01

429

Engage. Empower. Enlighten. You're Invited to a  

E-print Network

Engage. Empower. Enlighten. You're Invited to a Regional User Conference Thursday, Dec. 3rd, 2009, empowered & enlightened by the creative applications of this virtual classroom. Share ideas and creative

Haykin, Simon

430

Tomlinson Internship Program 2014-2015 Invitation for proposals  

E-print Network

Tomlinson Internship Program 2014-2015 Invitation for proposals In 1999, Richard Tomlinson '43, DCL `89, donated $3.7 million dollars to fund an Internship will be made available again this year to undertake specific internships at Bishop

431

77 FR 43064 - Meeting; Technology Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Notice of emergency meeting of technology advisory committee...26, 2012, the CFTC's Technology Advisory Committee...TAC will focus on possible technology solutions to, among other things, enable futures...

2012-07-23

432

DRAFT COMMITTEE REPORT RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM  

E-print Network

Education Program, renewable energy, solar thermal, photovoltaic, biomass, fuel cell, geothermal, windDRAFT COMMITTEE REPORT RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM 2010 ANNUAL REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE OCOBER 2010 CEC3002010010CTD #12;CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION RENEWABLES COMMITTEE James D

433

DRAFT COMMITTEE REPORT RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM  

E-print Network

, Senate Bill 1, Consumer Education Program, renewable energy, solar thermal, photovoltaic, biomass, fuelDRAFT COMMITTEE REPORT RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM 2011 ANNUAL REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE NOVEMBER 2011 CEC3002011007CTD #12;CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION RENEWABLES COMMITTEE Carla

434

Clinical Trials and Translational Research Advisory Committee  

Cancer.gov

CCCT supports the NCI Clinical Trials and Translational Research Advisory Committee (CTAC), an external oversight committee that advises NCI leadership on ways to enhance NCI's clinical and translational research enterprises.

435

77 FR 70453 - Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Guard [Docket No. USCG-2012-1030] Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee AGENCY...SUMMARY: The Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee (CTAC...oral presentations at the meeting should reach Lieutenant Sean Peterson, Assistant...

2012-11-26

436

78 FR 23773 - Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Docket No. USCG-2013-0273] Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee...SUMMARY: The Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee...presentations at the meeting should reach Lieutenant Sean Peterson...of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk Code and...

2013-04-22

437

77 FR 50984 - GMUG Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Resource Advisory Committee will meet in Delta, Colorado. The committee is authorized...Title II funding within Garfield, Mesa, Delta, Gunnison and Montrose Counties, Colorado...Supervisor's Office at 2250 Highway 50, Delta, Colorado in the North Spruce...

2012-08-23

438

76 FR 53665 - GMUG Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Resource Advisory Committee will meet in Delta, Colorado. The committee is authorized...Project funding within Garfield, Mesa, Delta, Gunnison and Montrose Counties, Colorado...Supervisor's Office at 2250 Highway 50, Delta, Colorado in the South Spruce...

2011-08-29

439

77 FR 46733 - Marine Fisheries Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Committee AGENCY: National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National...forthcoming meeting of the Marine Fisheries Advisory Committee (MAFAC...MAFAC on the draft National Aquaculture Research and Development Strategic...Assistant Administrator for Fisheries, National Marine...

2012-08-06

440

75 FR 26918 - Fishlake Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...business will be conducted: (1) Welcome and Committee introductions; (2) Federal Advisory Committee Act overview and powerpoint; (3) review of Payments to States legislative history and discussion of requirements related to Title II and Title...

2010-05-13

441

75 FR 39910 - Dixie Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...business will be conducted: (1) Welcome and Committee introductions; (2) Federal Advisory Committee Act overview and powerpoint; (3) Review of Payments to States legislative history and discussion of requirements related to Title II and Title...

2010-07-13

442

7 CFR 953.29 - District committees.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...NUTS), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE IRISH POTATOES GROWN IN SOUTHEASTERN STATES Order...953.29 District committees. Potato producers and handlers in each...organize a District Committee of potato producers and handlers...

2014-01-01

443

7 CFR 953.29 - District committees.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...Nuts), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE IRISH POTATOES GROWN IN SOUTHEASTERN STATES Order...953.29 District committees. Potato producers and handlers in each...organize a District Committee of potato producers and handlers...

2011-01-01

444

7 CFR 953.29 - District committees.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...Nuts), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE IRISH POTATOES GROWN IN SOUTHEASTERN STATES Order...953.29 District committees. Potato producers and handlers in each...organize a District Committee of potato producers and handlers...

2012-01-01

445

7 CFR 953.29 - District committees.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...Nuts), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE IRISH POTATOES GROWN IN SOUTHEASTERN STATES Order...953.29 District committees. Potato producers and handlers in each...organize a District Committee of potato producers and handlers...

2010-01-01

446

7 CFR 953.29 - District committees.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...NUTS), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE IRISH POTATOES GROWN IN SOUTHEASTERN STATES Order...953.29 District committees. Potato producers and handlers in each...organize a District Committee of potato producers and handlers...

2013-01-01

447

76 FR 23787 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...Dispatch Center conference room at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2011-04-28

448

75 FR 52715 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...ADDRESSES: The meeting will be held at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2010-08-27

449

78 FR 70531 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) meeting...cancelled meeting was to be held at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2013-11-26

450

77 FR 53842 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...Supervisor's Office conference room at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2012-09-04

451

75 FR 70712 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...Dispatch Center conference room at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2010-11-18

452

75 FR 60066 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...Dispatch Center conference room at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2010-09-29

453

78 FR 5165 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...the Fire Center conference room at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2013-01-24

454

76 FR 8333 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...Dispatch Center conference room at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2011-02-14

455

76 FR 63600 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will conduct...the fire center conference room of the Ashley National Forest at 355 North Vernal...

2011-10-13

456

75 FR 51748 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...ADDRESSES: The meeting will be held at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2010-08-23

457

76 FR 17106 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...Dispatch Center conference room at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2011-03-28

458

76 FR 37773 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...Dispatch Center conference room at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2011-06-28

459

76 FR 57950 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will conduct...84023. Written comments should be sent to Ashley National Forest, 355 North Vernal...

2011-09-19

460

77 FR 45330 - Ashley Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Forest Service Ashley Resource Advisory Committee AGENCY: Forest...SUMMARY: The Ashley Resource Advisory Committee will meet...Dispatch Center conference room at the Ashley National Forest Supervisor's...

2012-07-31

461

12 CFR 272.4 - Committee actions.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...The Secretary of the Committee (or the acting secretary) is authorized to make technical corrections, such as spelling, grammar, construction, and organization (including removal of obsolete provisions and references), to the Committee's...

2010-01-01

462

76 FR 770 - Mendocino Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...SUMMARY: The Mendocino County Resource Advisory Committee...meeting will be held at the Mendocino County Museum, located at 400...Committee Coordinator, USDA, Mendocino National Forest, Covelo Ranger District,...

2011-01-06

463

75 FR 13252 - Mendocino Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...SUMMARY: The Mendocino County Resource Advisory Committee...meeting will be held at the Mendocino County Museum, located at 400...Committee Coordinator, USDA, Mendocino National Forest, Covelo Ranger District,...

2010-03-19

464

77 FR 56607 - Mendocino Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...SUMMARY: The Mendocino County Resource Advisory Committee...meeting will be held at the Mendocino County Museum, located at 400...Committee Coordinator, USDA, Mendocino National Forest, Covelo Ranger District,...

2012-09-13

465

76 FR 16378 - Mendocino Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...SUMMARY: The Mendocino County Resource Advisory Committee...meeting will be held at the Mendocino County Museum, located at 400...Committee Coordinator, USDA, Mendocino National Forest, Covelo Ranger District,...

2011-03-23

466

75 FR 27704 - Mendocino Resource Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...SUMMARY: The Mendocino County Resource Advisory Committee...meeting will be held at the Mendocino County Museum, located at 400...Committee Coordinator, USDA, Mendocino National Forest, Covelo Ranger District,...

2010-05-18

467

76 FR 37380 - Committee Management Renewals  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Renewals The National Science Foundation (NSF...Director, National Science Foundation (NSF...Learning in Formal and Informal Settings, 59...Committee for Biological Sciences, 1110 Advisory Committee for Education and Human...

2011-06-27

468

APPOINTMENT TO STUDENT'S COMMITTEE STUDENT NAME  

E-print Network

APPOINTMENT TO STUDENT'S COMMITTEE STUDENT NAME: I understand and take responsibility for carrying out the obligations of serving on the above MPS student's committee: · Provide guidance and assistance with student internship selection and acquisition; · Approve

Miami, University of

469

78 FR 12033 - Census Advisory Committees  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic and Other Populations (NAC). The Committee...channel of communication between race, ethnic, and other populations and the Census...best be disseminated to diverse race and ethnic populations and other users. The...

2013-02-21

470

Radiation Safety Committee Laser Use Registration Form  

E-print Network

Radiation Safety Committee Laser Use Registration Form Pulsed Duration (sec) Average Power: Pulse. Provide sufficient detal for Radiologic Safety Committee evaluation. Attach additional pages Beam Divergence Principal Investigator Office Phone# Department Cell Phone#: Laser System Description

de Lijser, Peter

471

77 FR 10486 - Electricity Advisory Committee Meeting  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Electricity Advisory Committee Meeting AGENCY: Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Department...This notice announces a meeting of the Electricity Advisory Committee (EAC). The...

2012-02-22

472

78 FR 61348 - Electricity Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Electricity Advisory Committee AGENCY: Department of Energy. ACTION...meeting announcing a meeting on October 2-3, 2013 of the Electricity Advisory Committee (78 FR 55692). This notice...

2013-10-03

473

78 FR 9038 - Electricity Advisory Committee Meeting  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Electricity Advisory Committee Meeting AGENCY: Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Department...This notice announces a meeting of the Electricity Advisory Committee (EAC). The...

2013-02-07

474

75 FR 61454 - Electricity Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Electricity Advisory Committee AGENCY: Department of Energy, Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability...meeting of the re-established DOE Electricity Advisory Committee. The...

2010-10-05

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file:///C|/html/Committees/gesyllabus.htm GRADING AND EXAMINATIONS COMMITTEE  

E-print Network

file:///C|/html/Committees/gesyllabus.htm GRADING AND EXAMINATIONS COMMITTEE 2011-2012 MEMBERS study file:///C|/html/Committees/gesyllabus.htm (1 of 2) [7/27/2011 10:29:32 AM] #12;file:///C|/html rules governing its operations, see the Preface. file:///C|/html/Committees/gesyllabus.htm (2 of 2) [7

Farritor, Shane

476

file:///C|/html/Committees/convguidelns.htm UNL Convocations Committee Application Guidelines  

E-print Network

file:///C|/html/Committees/convguidelns.htm UNL Convocations Committee Application Guidelines department. Generally speaking, no department will be funded file:///C|/html/Committees/convguidelns.htm (1 of 2)8/6/2007 11:21:58 AM #12;file:///C|/html/Committees/convguidelns.htm more than once per term

Powers, Robert

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Boulder Faculty Assembly Executive Committee Minutes, April 30, 2012 Page 1 of 4 Executive Committee Meeting,  

E-print Network

Peggy Jobe, BFA Executive Committee Member at Large Carmen Grace, BFA Academic Affairs Committee Chair. The Committee spent fall semester doing research around the country. A complete report of the Committee with student schedules, increased activity at high-impact times of year, and tools that students can use

Vasilyev, Oleg V.

478

Joint Committee on Atomic Energy  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

From 1946 to 1977, the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy (JAEC) was responsible for making "continuing studies of the activities of the Atomic Energy Commission and of problems relating to the development, use, and control of atomic energy." Over three decades, the Committee looked into peacetime uses of atomic energy, international agreements regarding atomic energy, and various mutual defense agreements. The good people at the Stanford University Libraries & Academic Information Resources (SULAIR) have created this text archive of over 144,000 pages of source materials from the hearings of this committee. Visitors may wish to start with the "About the Collection" area, as it provides a bit more information on the scope of the materials here. After this, visitors are welcome to perform a simple search across the collection, or they may also wish to browse around at their leisure. The site is rounded out by a list of additional sites and resources.

479

Update to the Basel Committee Compendium  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

On May 23, 2001, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, of the Bank of International Settlements, added three publications to Volume One of the Basel Committee Compendium. Originally published in April 1997, the collection of documents has been expanded to express the Committee's recent efforts to strengthen bonds between member-countries of the Committee and non-member countries. The entire Compendium is online in full-text and is linked at the bottom of this Webpage.

480

100 Assignment of IBMS Committee  

E-print Network

Chairperson Members Appointment, Promotion & Tenure Committee F.T. Liu C. S.J. Fann C. Shih E.H.Y. Lee L.Y. Chau T.C. Lee T.H. Huang H.M. Shih () Personnel Committee C. S.J. Fann C. Lim Y.T. Yan.D. Liao (1F) M.J. Hwang (2F) T.L. Su (3F) T.K. Tang (4F) J.H. Tai (5F) L.H. Li (6F) Y.S. Jou (7F

Huang, Haimei

481

100 Assignment of IBMS Committee  

E-print Network

Chairperson Members Appointment, Promotion & Tenure Committee F.T. Liu C. S.J. Fann C. Shih E.H.Y. Lee R.B. Yang T.C. Lee T.H. Huang H.M. Shih () Personnel Committee C. S.J. Fann C. Lim Y.T. Yan.Y. Shen (1F) M.J. Hwang (2F) T.L. Su (3F) T.K. Tang (4F) J.H. Tai (5F) L.H. Li (6F) Y.S. Jou (7F

Huang, Haimei

482

103 Assignment of IBMS Committee  

E-print Network

) C.Y. Shen (2F) G.S. Wang (3F) Y. Chern (4F) Y.L. Lin (5F) Y.J. Chang (6F) W.C. Lin (7F) S F. Liao Education Committee () C.C. Chen Eminy Lee Wen-Harn Pan Jung-Hsiang Tai W.Y. Tarn R.C. Shieh Y.L. Lin W.C. Lin G.S. Wang S.Y Shieh Y.S. Huang -1- #12; Committee Chairperson Members

Huang, Haimei

483

12 CFR 620.31 - Compensation committees.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...years. (a) Composition. Each compensation committee must consist of at least...of the institution's board of directors. Every member must be free from...would interfere with the exercise of independent judgment as a committee member. (b) Duties. Each compensation committee must report only to the board of directors. In its capacity as a...

2010-01-01

484

12 CFR 363.5 - Audit committees.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...STATEMENTS OF GENERAL POLICY ANNUAL INDEPENDENT AUDITS AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS...an audit committee of its board of directors, the composition of which complies...committee shall include the appointment, compensation, and oversight of the independent public accountant who performs services...independent audit committee of its board of directors, the......

2010-01-01

485

UW SCHOOL OF PHARMACY SCHOLARSHIPS COMMITTEE  

E-print Network

UW SCHOOL OF PHARMACY SCHOLARSHIPS COMMITTEE 2013-2014 Committee Members Susie Barnett (chair) Amy-2014, the Scholarships Committee is charged to: 1. Continue the practice of refining the application and evaluation. In particular, assess the usefulness of the campus-level scholarship database and related systems for use

Sheridan, Jennifer

486

FEDERAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ACT Presented to the  

E-print Network

FEDERAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ACT Presented to the NASA Advisory Council P. Diane Rausch Executive and Interagency Relations NASA Headquarters April 2010 #12;Background · Advisory committees to the Federal Advisory Council, Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel · Today, approx. 1000 Federal advisory committees advise

Waliser, Duane E.

487

Risk Management Steering Committee Terms of Reference  

E-print Network

of the Steering Committee are: a) to follow a continuous process to understand and communicate risk from of Financial Services Vice President Research or designate Director of Campus Security Vice President External of the committee. External advisors and consultants will be retained as required. 5.0 Committees Research Safety

Victoria, University of

488

Two Models of Faculty Search Committee Education  

E-print Network

Two Models of Faculty Search Committee Education: UI-Chicago and UW-Madison #12;Two Models of Faculty Search Committee Education: UIC and UW-Madison · Design and implementation of workshops WISELI-Madison Why develop a workshop for Search Committees? #12;Design and implementation of workshops: WISELI ­ UW

Sheridan, Jennifer

489

NCSU Health Professions Review Committee Tutorial  

E-print Network

NCSU Health Professions Review Committee Tutorial Supplement to the General Health PAC PortfolioTutorial Committee when they apply, MUST use the Health PAC Portfolio. A General Portfolio Builder Tutorial, and this additional Review Committee Tutorial Supplement, are written for these students. Click here to access

Buckel, Jeffrey A.

490

HUNTER COLLEGE SENATE STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE  

E-print Network

HUNTER COLLEGE SENATE STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE Meeting Minutes: April 7, 2010 Committee Members Zinnanti, Consultants: Anthony Knerr, John Braunstein Members Excused: Kristine Gebbie, Kinte Morgan) and John Braunstein (JB) presented the Overview of the Work Plan and Timeline document to the committee

Qiu, Weigang

491

Archives and History Office Program Review Committee  

E-print Network

Archives and History Office Program Review Committee 1999 Report SLAC Archives and History Office Advisory Committee The committee possessed broad expertise in archiving and record management. The members and scientific societies. This is the first review of the Archives program; it is expected

Wechsler, Risa H.

492

77 FR 38630 - Open Internet Advisory Committee  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...COMMISSION [DA 12-829; DA 12-979] Open Internet Advisory Committee AGENCY: Federal Communications...of members and chairperson to its Open Internet Advisory Committee (Committee). The...the effects of the Commission's Open Internet rules, and to provide any...

2012-06-28

493

Committee Acronyms University Senate U Senate  

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Senate Committee on Educational Policy SCEP with one of the referenced Senate Research Committee SRC and Legal SCFA, 3 CCs F Senate (info) Sexual Assault, Stalking and Relationship Violence Health and Safety Space: Twin Cities Real Estate SCFP None Education and Student Life Title Subcategory Committee

Amin, S. Massoud

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Academic Committee. 17 April, 2012. 1 To: Academic Committee  

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the development of media and communications technology, and the intersection of popular culture with new social and communications technology, and the intersection of popular culture with new social media and gaming. Same as IEEB for approval to Academic Committee: Department of Humanities Arts Management COURSE CHANGES: VPAC15H Cultural

Wells, Mathew G. - Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences, University of Toronto

495

National Construction Safety Team (NCST) Advisory Committee (Committee) Meeting  

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work that NIST has recently completed in Colorado. The Committee brought up the possibility of better. Joplin Tornado Report A. Overview Dr. Marc Levitan, Lead, National Windstorm Impact Reduction Program, 2011, Tornado in Joplin, Missouri(http://www.nist.gov/el/disasterstudies/ncst/upload/NCSTACmtgDec2013

Perkins, Richard A.

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The Student Affairs Committee. Effective Committees. Board Basics.  

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Responsibilities of the college or university governing board's student affairs committee include representing students' interests in all policy decisions, ensuring provision of adequate financial resources to support a comprehensive student affairs program, ensuring that board policies keep pace with students' diverse and changing needs, and…

Goodale, Thomas G.

1997-01-01

497

Academic Committee. 28 February, 2012. 1 To: Academic Committee  

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OF HUMANITIES, PP 2-5 § IEE/Women's and Gender Studies § Linguistics § Media Studies 2. DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL #12;Academic Committee. 28 February, 2012. 2 1. Department of Humanities Intersections, Exchanges, Encounters in the Humanities Women's and Gender Studies COURSE CHANGES: IEEC31H3 is double-numbered with WSTC

Wells, Mathew G. - Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences, University of Toronto

498

75 FR 27614 - Shipping Coordinating Committee; Notice of Committee Meeting  

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...parking in the vicinity of the building is extremely...meeting. The Department of State finds that there...to prepare for the IMO Council, convening in London...May 11, 2010. Jon Trent Warner, Executive Secretary...Committee, Department of State. [FR Doc....

2010-05-17

499

The Buildings and Grounds Committee. Effective Committees. Board Basics.  

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The committee on buildings and grounds of a college or university governing board is charged with the broad responsibility for overseeing an institution's physical assets: land, buildings, and equipment. Specific tasks include ensuring the adequacy and condition of capital assets, developing and periodically reviewing policies, advocating for new…

Flinn, Ronald T.

1997-01-01

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The Student Affairs Committee. AGB Effective Committee Series  

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College and university boards are charged with governance responsibility to ensure that students receive a high-quality education from a well-managed institution that fulfills its mission and actively pursues its vision. The student affairs committee places current and future students squarely at the center of its work and must ensure that other…

Ellis, Shannon

2012-01-01