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International Academic Issues
 
This reflects the on-going cultural revolutions which are going on in both Europe and Asia, and why in the middle of economic calm and security, many nationalities are now re-emerging.
 
 
Ithaca Night Life ( Night Life ), NY Academia, Academic, Cornell University, Ithaca College & TC3 [ WebPage ].  the Central [ WebSite ] " For " Cultural Democracy .  Cultural Democracy, An Evolving Essay by Roger M. Christian.  The Acdemic [ WebSites ] for Cultural Democracy.
 
 
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Reports on Syracuse University Blog.

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University - College - Students / Scholars of Syracuse, New York coming soon is your organizations' opportunity to post your social and activities events which you want community pariticipation in @ Academia, Syracuse Social Calendar To register your event, or program just fill out the online interactive form found on this site

 
" To protect the future of discovery. "
 
 
This web site is an inclusive forum by which the public, private, academic and scientific sectors in our society, as well as the world about America comes to a central communications Internet network to  focus and  review new science and technologies.
 
The Goals of this site are:
 
Support of Free Scientific Inqury, and Open Research:
 
Proper review of all data to assure accuracy of all information published on this site:
 
Ethical considerations are also solicited so long as they do not in any manner what so ever seek to politicalize any field of research, or the innovator and scientist in the process of discovery.
 
More importantly, science and technology as both a field and profession must be totally responsiable for the security aspects of every innovation made.
 
This is assisted, networked and further developed by the following processes.
 
Public Access:  This feature makes the science more understandable to a larger population segment. Moreover, to inspire others with considerable academic experiences to formulate a democratic informative focus which assists greater comprehesion by the social, cultural, spiritual and political leadership about  major science and technological issues of today.

Cultural Zionism
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Academic Related Blogs, Bloggers, WwebSites, and JournalSites :
 
Le Moyne College Reports and Events Blog . Reports on Syracuse University Blog .

Les Avant Garde
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Academia ~ New York State - Wide Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC ~ Scholars2000 Forum .

Sociocultural related blogs, bloggers, websites, and Journalsites.

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Les Avant Garde ~ Online Resource ~
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Ithaca College Clubs and Students / Scholars ~  Cornell University Clubs and Students / Scholars ~ The Love Report Students Notes developed from Ithaca, New York [ The Student Love Center of America ]

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Travel and Hospitality Career Day. Wed., May 16, 10:30 a.m.-noon. Career experts from Syracuse discuss careers in hotel service, event planning, travel agencies and more. Bryant and Stratton College, 952 James St. Free. 472-6603.

Spiritual and Cultural Classes. Every Wed. and Sat. Various class sessions throughout the day aimed at improving the spiritual lives of participants. Call for schedule of classes. Center for Spiritual and Cultural Unity, 719 E. Genesee St. $70/seven weeks; $12.50/session for guests. 442-8700.

Paws to Read. Every Wed. 3:30, 4, 4:30, 5 p.m; every Fri. 10, 10:30, 11, 11:30 a.m. School-age children can read to a live, certified-safe dog to help them overcome shyness about reading out loud; by appointment. Northern Onondaga Public Library, 5437 Library St., Brewerton. Free. 676-7484.

Open Figure Drawing. Every Wed. 7-10 p.m. Bring your drawing pad and materials for three hours of pencil-on-paper action. Westcott Community Center, 826 Euclid Ave. $8/one session; $14/two sessions; $32/five sessions. 475-3400.

Select Toastmasters Club. Second and fourth Wed. of month, 7-8:30 p.m. Improve your public speaking skills in a friendly, supportive environment. Liverpool First Methodist Church, 604 Oswego St., Liverpool. Free. 476-6097.

Metaphysical Lecture. Every Wed. 7:30-9:30 p.m.; Sat. 7-9 p.m. Contemplate with other members of the community. Salina Civic Center, 2826 LeMoyne Ave. and Route 11, Mattydale. Free. 699-5422.

Syracuse Macintosh Users Group. Thurs. 6-8:45 p.m. Members of SMUG share Mac tricks and try to convince themselves that their iMac still has some use. Arrowhead Lodge at Oneida Shores Park, 9248 McKinley Ridge Road, Brewerton. Free. 695-8782.

Ciunas: the Role of Silence in Irish Identity. Fri. 6:30 p.m. Dr. Kate Costello-Sullivan, who specializes in Irish lit as a professor at Le Moyne, speaks about the identity of the Emerald Isle. Meghan MacMurphy’s, 7990 Oswego Road, Liverpool. $25/dinner and presentation; $10/presentation only. 448-3250.

Radical Authenticity. Sat. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Help finding personal validation and learning to live from it. Center for Spritual and Cultural Unity, 719 E. Genesee St. Free. 442-8700.

GSAR Toastmasters. Every Mon. 11:45 a.m. Learn and practice effective oral communication. Casa di Copani, 3414 Burnet Ave. Free for first-timers. 446-2910.

Make Your Own Wine. Every Mon.-Fri. 5, 6 & 7 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Year-round classes cover aspects of wine making. Lakeland Winery, 877 State Fair Blvd. Free. 487-2844.

Learn to Draw. Every Mon 5:30-8 p.m. Everyone is welcome during this six-week class aimed at teaching the uninitiated to draw. Registration required. Community School of Fine Arts at the Buzz Club, 441 S. Salina St. 516-0221.

People With Arthritis Can Exercise. Every Tues. & Thurs. 9-10 a.m. at Natur-Tyme, 5898 Bridge St., East Syracuse; every Tues. & Thurs. 11 a.m.-noon at the Hearth at Greenpoint, 830 James St.; every Mon. & Wed. 10-11 a.m. at Greenpoint Senior Living Community, 150 Old Liverpool Road, Liverpool.$24/16 classes. 455-8553.

Taoist Tai Chi. Every Tues. & Thurs. 4 p.m. Beginners can learn the Chinese exercise for health, relaxation and stress reduction. May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society, 3800 E. Genesee St. Free/first session; $20/registration fee; $40/month. 476-5760.

Syracuse China Rides the Rails. Tues. 6:30 p.m. Author and OGA curator Dennis Connors lectures on the classic Syracuse business. Onondaga Historical Association, 321 Montgomery St. Free. 682-6400.

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Information and design are the new magic of the Internet.  Here is where International Students / Scholars can find the critical information needed to make their participation in America's academic culture more pleasure'able.
 
Article I
 
There are three distinct elements which I considered when looking at the internet and how can I get the " best " message out in what I publish which best represents the actual intent of my personality, interests, skills, and knowledge.
 
One.  Fundemental to everything in which I posted / published was based upon hard empirical evidence.  Thus very hard core research was involved in every aspect of any bit, or in this case " byte " of information, and the additional deliberate action to force introspective personal discoveries, is the continued some-what selfish motives and passions behind each step taken.
 
 
Two.  The single aspect of InterCultural Communications as a very deliberative means to produce events was the essential empowering element which I found out is the primary socicultural and sociopolitical power platform for the future.  The power comes from the transition of time, and of discourse of additional aspects of human development in which we, as a civilization are slowly becoming aware, which events which are based upon InterCultural Communications becomes the very formative up-evolutionary behaviorial anthro-developmental traits which triggers conflict preventioning to occur.  And it is exactly here, "Conflict Preventionng where everything else is derived.  The evidence for this truthism is overwhelming.
 
Three.  The actual recognition of the objectiveness of the internet itself, in as much as everything it views from various serach engine crawlers or spidders, bugs, has the interesting clean slate encryption - as each webpage is initial judged.  Moreover, it is from here, and the further understanding of the various technologies involved in both hardware and software development that  wide -spreading of content was imperative; this demanded higher and more deeply penitrative knowledge, and as a result I have well worn used at least 7 libraries within the academic central community of Ithaca, New York.  The central factor for this very timely and costly action is that there are distinct connections to the bugs of the internet, and empirical information-hard factual content information which triggers higher results.
 
The internet goes real buggy over hard and qualified content information.  Like a camel to desert oais water well.  At first it can not get enough.  Then later its rider is likewise very satisfied as a result. Thus, a deeping and harder introspection of each information byte produced the qualified results.
 
Thus you now have the initial three points, and what they eactly entail, and why everyone should begin to think differently is not only based upon the growing dependency on the growth of the internet for future prosperity, but that the single physical action we should take is to produce those events which promotes InterCultural Communications.  To do this, we need addtional International Students / Scholars - which according to my research means an additional 4.8 million addtional International Students / Scholars.
 
Does the world have them to offer?
 
Yes!
 
The pedagogy of each institution of higher education will likewise have to adjust their academic curriculum and grading proceedures to meet the resulting discourse resultant evaluations,  faculty evaluations - student- and teaching aspects adjustments,  adjunctive financial support structures - and the needed additional principle America academia will have to adopt to modify its pedagogy as a result. 
 
Then, and only then, will be very clear what Thinking Differently means both a vision, and the circumstance resultant as a result of making such a commitment.
 
Article II
 
We have here in the United States millions, as it now seems, of migrate labors who are primiarly from South America - even though the Asian are now becoming more numerous.   This is opportunity.
 
What this means, from my own personal point of view is that these hard working peoples should be out-reached to for these very specific factors:
 
  1. Access what are the conditions back in their home country, and from which calibrate a community needs assessments.
  2. Measure further interests on future jobs developments by the traning needs they wish to recieve while working in the U.S, and Canada.
  3. Determine the area of their home community's available resources, and sociocultural and socioeconomic existing structures.
  4. Confirmed all date base requirements for a think tank resolve in developing career - jobs training program to coordinate with loans and credits for future economic development and construction of industry, or services in their home of origin
 
Mr. Roger M. Christian.
You should be getting the point now!

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Other International and National Academic locations:
 
Academie des Paris [ WebSite ] Atlanta [ WebSite ] Baghdad [ WebSite ] Buffalo [ WebSite ] Chicago [ Website ] Berlin [ WebSite ] London [ WebSite ] Washington DC [ WebSite ] Toronto [ WebSite ] Athens [ WebSite ] Copenhagen [ WebSite ] Gdansk [ WebSite ] Oslo [ WebSite ] Tel Aviv [ WebSite ] Moscow [ WebSite ] Syracuse [ WebSite ] Kiev [ WebSite ] Cortland [ WebSite ] Dallas [ WebSite ] Montreal [ WebSite ] New York City [ WebSite ] Miami & Miami Beach [ WebSite ] Los Angeles [ WebSite ] Rochester [ WebSite ] Binghamton [ WebSite ]

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