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By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest,Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2009
Salary: $40,000 Age: 27 Time on the job: Three months How she got started: Although Katie Cashman wanted to work with children after graduating from Towson University with a degree in psychology, she couldn't find the right job, so she went to work as a program manager at an adult day care. She quickly found her niche working with seniors and moved on to become the manager of an assisted-living facility in Frederick. She then worked as the resident services and admissions coordinator at Fairhaven, a continuing-care retirement facility in Sykesville.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | August 5, 2014
Morgan State University continues to have problems managing the largest federal research program in its history and has faced financial penalties from the organization that oversees the program, according to documents released this week. Mismanagement in the program known as GESTAR, or NASA's Goddard Earth Sciences Technology and Research, became public in June when The Baltimore Sun obtained a letter from the contractor overseeing the program that detailed "serious performance and financial deficiencies.
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NEWS
June 28, 1993
A caption the Howard section of The Sun yesterday incorrectly described the job that Thomas O'Neill had when he retired from the county Bureau of Highways. He was highway operations and program manager.* The Sun regrets the error.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | November 7, 2013
"The Importance of Emergency Preparedness in Harford County and The Role of Public Officials (and the rest of us)" is the topic for discussion by the Main Street Democratic Club when it meets at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11, at Bellissimo's restaurant in the second floor meeting room, 510 Marketplace Drive in Bel Air. The meeting is open to anyone who wants to attend. Christina Crue, who is the designated speaker, is senior preparedness specialist at Witt O'Brien. She has worked as a program manager for The Center for Health and Homeland Security.
NEWS
March 16, 2005
Demetrius P. Tsipouras, a retired Northrop Grumman Corp. program manager and Vietnam War veteran, died of complications from lymphoma March 9 at North Arundel Hospital. He was 69. Born in Greece, Mr. Tsipouras was 15 when he moved to Detroit with his family. After graduating from Wayne State University in 1959 with a degree in electrical engineering, he enlisted in the Air Force. He became a test manager of electronic warfare systems and served in Vietnam, attaining the rank of captain.
BUSINESS
By Knight-Ridder Financial Service | July 29, 1991
Here are summaries of some recent Computing product reviews. Each product is rated on a scale of one to four, with one computer indicating poor and four indicating excellent:WordPerfect 2.0, for Apple Macintosh Plus or better with hard disk drive. $495. From WordPerfect Corp., 1555 N. Technology Way, Orem, Utah 84057. (800) 321-4566.WordPerfect 2.0 for the Macintosh is a big improvement over Version 1.0 and a real challenger to Word and MacWrite. It has an extensive list of abilities from text styles such as strikeout and redline to powerful macros, spelling checker and thesaurus, indexing and keyboard configuring, kerning and columns for desktop publishing, and even a complete graphics program.
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November 1, 2012
Heather Vaughn and James Compton Columbia residents Darrel and Rose Vaughn are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather Vaughn, to James "Jim" Compton, son of Mary Compton, of Stephens City, Va., and Bill Verrill, of Centreville, Va. The couple lived parallel lives while attending Bryant Woods Elementary and Wilde Lake High schools, graduating within a year of each other. Their paths later crossed and they have been inseparable since October 2006.
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By Sloane Brown | June 1, 2003
Centro de la Comunidad The lilt of Latin music, and goldfish bowls on dinner tables set a bubbly tone for the evening inside the American Visionary Art Museum's sculpture barn. Welcome to "Fiesta Latina 2003," the annual fund-raiser for Baltimore's Latino community center, Centro de la Comunidad. More than 200 guests browsed a buffet of paella, carved tenderloin and grilled chicken, and sampled drinks from a martini bar. They needed a little fortification before getting down to the tough business of negotiating the silent auction tables or taking to the dance floor.
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By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Staff Writer | June 28, 1992
Shellene Cornish remembers the day she and her husband took their 8-month-old daughter Amber to the county's Infants and Toddlers Program.Amber had cerebral palsy, a reality her mother was having trouble accepting."
FEATURES
December 20, 2007
Miyong Kim, who is a faculty member of the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, was recently promoted to professor in the Department of Community and Public Health. Kim, a faculty member for seven years, has focused her nursing career on reducing health disparities among underserved ethnic minorities through community-based research projects. Her projects, which have been funded by the National Institutes of Health and other agencies, include research in hypertension, diabetes, mental health and cancer prevention.
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By Janene Holzberg | March 21, 2013
While catching up recently with an old friend, Sezin Palmer talked about her work as a program manager in APL's Research and Exploratory Development Department and her previous stint in the Undersea Warfare Department. “I mentioned that I also do modeling,” she says. The friend's face lit up, revealing her excitement at hearing about this sideline career walking a runway, Palmer says, laughing. She explained to the woman that she works with physics and mathematical models that allow exploration of scientific theories, not high fashion.
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By Janene Holzberg | March 21, 2013
“The combat system is the brain that helps you fire 'the bullet,' which is actually an extremely complex missile,” Danielle Hilliard says of her highly technical job in air and missile defense. She uses simple visual images to demystify her job as a rocket scientist working on ballistic missiles in APL's Space Department. As a program manager, the 41-year-old Clarksville resident has a dual role that requires her to work internally and externally. She communicates with engineers,  works across APL departments and with partners at such institutions as MIT and Penn State.
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February 13, 2013
Since 1917, scientists and engineers at the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center have extended their talents and expertise in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) beyond the defense against chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives threats. They have mentored students in their surrounding community in an effort to inspire, develop and attract a highly-skilled STEM workforce that is prepared to find solutions to complex problems and to tackle the challenges of the future.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | December 24, 2012
A few months ago, things were looking bleak for Brooklyn Homes resident Christina Stocks. The 27-year-old single mother of two took a pay cut at work and fell behind in her rent payments. She was facing eviction - and a Christmas on the streets. Searching the Internet for some sort of help, Stocks came across the United Way's Family Stability Initiative. She called, and everything changed. The organization helped Stocks out with her rent - keeping the family in their apartment - and provided her with groceries and Christmas presents.
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By Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2012
Wounded soldiers returning from war can find plenty of programs through nonprofits and the government that offer to help them re-enter the workforce. The problem, according to a new report, is that there are so many employment programs, often duplicating each other's efforts, that job seekers can easily be overwhelmed. On top of that, so little research has been done on these programs, it's unclear which are most effective. "There are tons of programs available ," said clinical psychologist Karen Chan Osilla, lead author of the Rand Corp.
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November 1, 2012
Heather Vaughn and James Compton Columbia residents Darrel and Rose Vaughn are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather Vaughn, to James "Jim" Compton, son of Mary Compton, of Stephens City, Va., and Bill Verrill, of Centreville, Va. The couple lived parallel lives while attending Bryant Woods Elementary and Wilde Lake High schools, graduating within a year of each other. Their paths later crossed and they have been inseparable since October 2006.
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November 29, 2011
Prince George's County Council Member Mary Lehman, whose district includes Laurel, is holding a breakfast for District 1 seniors Friday, Dec. 9 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the new Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center, 7120 Contee Road, in Laurel. In addition to breakfast and a chance to socialize, participants will receive information on county programs for seniors living in District 1. Guest speakers will be Theresa Grant, acting director of the county's Department of Aging; and Deborah McBroom, program manager of Maryland Access Point.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | November 7, 2013
"The Importance of Emergency Preparedness in Harford County and The Role of Public Officials (and the rest of us)" is the topic for discussion by the Main Street Democratic Club when it meets at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11, at Bellissimo's restaurant in the second floor meeting room, 510 Marketplace Drive in Bel Air. The meeting is open to anyone who wants to attend. Christina Crue, who is the designated speaker, is senior preparedness specialist at Witt O'Brien. She has worked as a program manager for The Center for Health and Homeland Security.
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November 29, 2011
Prince George's County Council Member Mary Lehman, whose district includes Laurel, is holding a breakfast for District 1 seniors Friday, Dec. 9 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the new Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center, 7120 Contee Road, in Laurel. In addition to breakfast and a chance to socialize, participants will receive information on county programs for seniors living in District 1. Guest speakers will be Theresa Grant, acting director of the county's Department of Aging; and Deborah McBroom, program manager of Maryland Access Point.
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September 15, 2011
Brian and Lauren MacInnes Jess and Vicki Hill, of Columbia, announce the marriage of their daughter, Lauren Kathleen Hill, to Brian Patrick MacInnes, son of Rick and Patsy MacInnes, of Columbia, on June 4, 2011. The bride is a 2005 graduate of Hammond High School and a 2009 graduate of Boston University's School of Management. She is currently employed as a senior pricing manager for AT&T Services. The groom is a 2004 graduate of Long Reach High School and a 2008 graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, in Troy, N.Y. He is currently employed as a program manager for Microsoft Corp.
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