|Friday, November 02, 2012|
- Alpha and Omega Worship Meeting
- When: 6-7pm
- Where: CAB Office
- Contact: Rickey Casey Email: email@example.com Telephone: 479-979-1232
- WRP Interviews
- When: 7:30am-4:00pm
- Where: Robson-Oklahoma Room
- Contact: Kimberly Spicer Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 479-979-1320
- Last Lecture Series - Dr. Sean Coleman *
- When: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
- Where: Rogers Conference Center
- Contact: David Strain Email: email@example.com Telephone: 479-979-1340
What would you say if you knew this would be the last lecture you would ever deliver?
Join us on November 2 as Dr. Sean Coleman, Professor of Biology, shares his thoughts during Ozarks' Last Lecture Series.
Dr. Coleman earned his B.A. degree from Luther College and went on to earn his Ph.D. at University of Iowa. His graduate work at Iowa focused on how eukaryotic cells deal with oxidative stress -- the type of cellular stress which can lead to such things as cancer, Alzheimer's disease, or Parkinson's disease in humans. He now uses his classes to open up a window to the enormous possibilities that exist in the field of biology and encourages his students to look beyond their assignments and exams -- to learn how to think about how things in the biological world work together.
- Introduction to Search and Rescue
- When: TBA
- Where: TBA
- Contact: Jamie Lewis Hedges Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 479-979-1387
- The Introduction to Search and Rescue (ISAR)/SARTECH III course is the first course in a stepping stone approach to higher level NASAR courses of training for emergency personnel. It provides a common starting point in training for the new person to SAR and in many cases, an excellent refresher course for the more experience SAR worker. This common starting point provides continuity during SAR operations and future training of all team members.
ISAR/SARTECH III is designed to provide knowledge concerning the general responsibilities, skills, abilities, and the equipment needed by persons who would be participating in a search or rescue mission. The course is based around rural and wilderness environments but the material is recommended as a base of knowledge for all SAR environments. The recommended number of hours for the course is (16) sixteen. ISAR is also designed to prepare the student for SARTECH III certification, according to the knowledge objectives defined in the NASAR Certification Criteria for SARTECH III. The 75 question, multiple choice SARTECH III exam is taken at the end of the ISAR course.