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Barrenechea continued, Liaisons strong innovation in multi-enterprise application integration extends OpenText Business Network leadership within key verticals including life sciences, manufacturing and healthcare.
"Campus liaisons have been invaluable in getting the word out to campuses about APHA's activities and opportunities for professional development," Fran Atkinson, MSM, deputy director of member services at APHA, told The Nation's Health.
Most recently, Dr Laidlaw has served as national director of Medical Science Liaisons (NYSE:MSL) of the Renal Division at Genzyme/Sanofi (SNY), a position he has held since 2007.
In past years, many FEI chapters had a FERF liaison, a member who served in an official chapter position.
The program included a blend of professional librarians and other library staff serving as liaisons within a "facilitator model" structure.
The Board of Governors has approved a revamping of the Bar's Lawyer Referral Services Committee and also set guidelines for board members when they act as liaisons to various Bar sections and committees.
These liaisons are the ones who pass information to and from the Congress.
"Liaisons for Laughs: Angie & Ella's Summer of Delirium" tells the story of two best friends in a frank and entertaining method.
The population for this study was librarians who serve as liaisons for the respective Kulliyyah or faculty at the IIUM Gombak campus.
Following are those tapped for 2007-08 work groups, along with their board and staff liaisons.
In this role, librarians must go beyond the walls of the library and interact with faculty and students in classrooms and computer labs thus transitioning from passive liaisons to proactive consultants.
I coordinate the project and communicate with the liaisons via e-mail (except for three liaisons who don't have computer access) and try to get information about the next project to them for announcements and recruiting in time.