Instructor: Karolus Smejda DePaul University Chicago (MA) Adler Institute of Professional Psychology Roosevelt University (BA) Publication(s) The Writer’s Decisions Strategies for Effective Communication http://www.nyif.com/courses/instructors/100001526.html
Extractions: Featured in The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, NBC, CNN, The Chicago Tribune, and Future, Karolus has consulted with corporations, government, privately-held firms, and professional partnerships to improve communication since 1974 both in the U.S. and Europe. As an expert and thought-leader in business communications, Karolus has presented his seminars to and consulted with organizations, such Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, Shearson Lehman, Harris Bank (Bank of Montreal), Northern Trust, LaSalle Bank (now Bank of America), Conti-Commodity. For a national brokerage firm, Karolus both developed and delivered a two-day weekend sales-training program. Delivered nationwide (15 cities) and in Europe (3 cities), this seminar successfully trained futures brokers to increase their client portfolio. Recently, he conducted an online, six-session sales training experience with salespeople from twenty companies who are members of a national purchasing group. For a different consulting firm, Karolus delivered advanced sales training he designed to sales people with more than ten years sales experience. Karolus trained the sales force for a national company in Canada with his Listening for Positioning course. In addition, for another nationally-known consulting firm, Karolus trained web designers to present to clients their designs so they strengthened their skill to close the business.
AGS Faculty - Marina Bluvshtein Marina Bluvshtein, Ph.D., LP, MA, LMFT. Education BA in Journalism, Moscow State University (named for M.V. Lomonosov) Moscow, Russia (1986) MA, Adler Graduate School, MN (1997 http://www.alfredadler.edu/academics/faculty/bios/bluvshtein.htm
Extractions: Dr. Marina Bluvshtein is a faculty member at the Adler Graduate School (AGS) and Director of Special Projects. She has been in private practice since 1998 in New Hope, Minnesota. She works in bilingual and multicultural therapy, parent education, and mental health case management with individuals, couples, and families of all ages and diverse linguistic, ethnic and racial backgrounds. Professional Affiliations: Workshops and Presentations: Multiculturalism Cross-lingualism and Its Implications in Therapy, Assessment and Research
Charlie Adler Filmography, animation voices, TV and theatre credits, and trivia. http://members.tripod.com/~jemlist/chadler.html
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Extractions: IMDb Search All Titles TV Episodes Names Companies Keywords Characters Videos Quotes Bios Plots Go More Register Login Help ... More at IMDbPro Actor Miscellaneous Crew Casting Director Since 2007 he has played three roles originally played by the late Chris Latta in new adaptations of the GI Joe and Transformer franchises - Starscream, Cobra Commander and Gung-Ho. See more Charles Michael Adler Show all Hide all Show by: Job Type Year Ratings Votes TV Series Genre Keyword Jump to: Actor Writer Director Self Hide Show Actor (183 titles) Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet (Video Game) ( announced Dr. Doom (voice) Transformers: The Dark of the Moon filming Starscream (voice) (as Charlie Andler) G.I. Joe: Renegades (TV series) Cobra Commander The Descent: Part 1 The Descent: Part 2 The Super Hero Squad Show (TV series) Another Order of Evil: Part One Dr. Doom
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Extractions: Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion (1941) by Mortimer Adler The founding members of this conference are, for the most part, professors in American colleges and universities. They are eminent representatives of the various academic disciplines, among which are the three mentioned as most relevant to this Conference science, philosophy, and religion. The presence of historians and humanistic scholars is justified by the modern extension of science to include the so-called social sciences, with which all research about human affairs and culture can be affiliated. Most of these professors belong to one or more of the several learned societies which meet annually for the reading and discussion of papers that purport to make contributions to truth, or at least to what is academically recognized as learning. Hence, the reason for this Conference, for this additional meeting at which more papers are being read and discussed, must be some need for the professors to get together in a different way and for a different purpose. If the public wonders why we are gathering here this September, we must justify this Conference as trying to do something which is not, and perhaps cannot be, accomplished in the ordinary processes of our academic life in classrooms, faculty meetings, or the sessions of learned societies. Some explanations have already been given. We have come together because we all share, for different reasons and in varying degrees, an uneasiness about something we call the present situation. Whether or not we are ready to say that God's in his heaven, we cry with one voice that all's not right with the world. I wish I could credit my colleagues with one further agreement, namely, that the present crisis is only superficially a conflict between democracy and totalitarianism in the political arena, or between individualism and collectivism in the economic sphere. If that were the full nature of the crisis, why should we waste time talking about science, philosophy and religion?
Samuel Adler (1928- ), Mannheim, Germany. Short biography and works performed by the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra. http://www.jhu.edu/~jhso/about/adler.html
Extractions: Samuel Adler was born in Mannheim, Germany in 1928 and came to the United States in 1939. He holds a B.M. from Boston University, an M.A. from Harvard University, a Doctor of Music (honorary) from Southern Methodist University, a Doctor of Fine Arts (honorary) from Wake Forest University, a Doctor of Fine Arts (honorary) from St. Mary's College (Indiana), and a Doctor of Music (honorary) from the St. Louis Conservatory. During his tenure in the U.S. Army, he founded and conducted the Seventh Army Symphony Orchestra, and because of the orchestra's great psychological and musical impact on the European cultural scene, he was awarded the Army's Medal of Honor. Adler's catalog includes over 300 published works in all media including five operas, six symphonies, eight string quartets, six concerti (organ, piano, violin, flute, saxophone quartet, woodwind quintet), many shorter orchestral works, chamber music, a great deal of choral music and songs. He has published three books: Choral Conducting , an anthology (Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1971), second edition (Schirmer Books, 1985);
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Samuel Adler Annual updates, includes performances, publications and recordings. http://www.sigmaalphaiota.org/home/ComposersBureau/AdlerSamuel/tabid/248/Default