[Nfbk] Fwd: [Nfbnet-master-list] Begin a New Career at Louisiana Tech University

Cathy Jackson cathyj1949 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 6 12:46:08 UTC 2012

Here's a great opportunity! Read below.
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> From: "Edward Bell" <ebell at latech.edu>
> Date: October 4, 2012, 4:31:10 PM EDT
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> Subject: [Nfbnet-master-list] Begin a New Career at Louisiana Tech University
> Are You Looking For An
> Exciting Opportunity
> Earn a College Degree
> The Institute on Blindness is looking for individuals who are seeking a meaningful and rewarding career in the field of blindness! We are offering scholarships on a limited basis to qualified applicants for the Master of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with concentration in Orientation and Mobility (O&M), the Master of Arts in Teaching Blind Students (TBS), and the Master of Education in Teaching Blind Students.
> Louisiana Tech University offers the only programs in the country that are founded with a philosophy of personal empowerment from the perspective of individuals who are blind.
> We invite all qualified individuals who have positive attitudes about blindness and who would like to teach cane travel or Braille to blind children or adults to apply for our programs. We are also interested in speaking with anyone who may want to pursue a career teaching in the field of blindness in any capacity. The Institute on Blindness does not discriminate against any applicants and actively recruits people who are blind, sighted, and of diverse backgrounds.
> Contact us today to find out more about earning your Master’s Degree!
> Professional Development and Research
> Institute on Blindness
> (318) 257-4554  
> ebell at latech.edu
> www.pdrib.com
> You can change what it means to be blind!
> A member of the University of Louisiana System. An equal opportunity educator and employer.
> Edward C. Bell, Ph.D., CRC, NOMC
> http://www.nbpcb.org/pages/announcements.php
> Director, Professional Development and Research
> Institute on Blindness
> Louisiana Tech University
> 210 Woodard Hall
> PO Box 3158
> Ruston LA  71272
> Office: 318.257.4554 
> Fax: 318.257.2259 (Fax)
> Skype: edwardbell2010
> ebell at latech.edu
> www.latech.edu/instituteonblindness
> ********************
> "I am somehow less interested in the weight and convolutions of Einstein's brain than in the near certainty that people of equal talent have lived and died in  cotton fields and sweatshops." 
> -- Stephen Jay Gould
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