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In 2008, I was directed to research and rewrite the Assessment Outcomes for the College of Osteopathic Medicine since he was cited by the COCA national accrediting agency for having an insufficient Assessment system both for the students and the college. I asked Clinical Director John McCarthy to join with me on this project andContinue reading “The New York College of Osteopathic Medicine Learning Outcomes Assessment 2009.”
My family tree directs back to the Irish Catholic Meade family with an “e” on the end of Mead who came over in 1857 to NYC, NY from England. Kenneth James Meade and his wife Mary Frazier came over on a boat and had a child Kenneth Joseph in NYC in the year 1857. TheContinue reading “Genealogical Information on the Meades, Meads and Seabury Families”
These are the actual notes for Mar. 19, 2002 when I was the Director of the Teacher Learning Center. Dr. Green was the Provost at the time and Dr. Richard Flynn was the President of the College. We had 1.1 million dollars in a Title V grant to use over five years from the USContinue reading “From the Notes of Dr. Pelham Mead, Director of the College of Mount Saint Vincent Title V Hispanic Serving Institution Grant 2001-2005.”
I wrote and used this customized manual in 2000 for the Nyack, NY, BOCES adult education program in Rockland county New York. This manual deals with version 5.0 and Adobe now as version 10.0 out, but the tool bar and other features remain the same.
Part I Overview of the Institution Institutional NarrativeA. Introduction The College of Mount Saint Vincent is proud of its history and accomplishments in giving preference to second generation Latino and other immigrant parents in college admission. Our tradition represents over 136 years of helping non-traditional student population to be accepted to college and to provideContinue reading “Title V Hispanic Serving Institution Grant-Institution Overview for the College of Mount Saint Vincent 2000.”