The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on February 2, 1997 · Page 120
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His research at the lab, a U.S. Department of Energy facility that is operated by Iowa State University, has led to a lead-free solder that could set the industry standard and new methods for producing powerful magnets. His processes could even be an important step on the road to the high-efficiency car of the future. His research is at the edge of the future, but Anderson's fascination with metals is as old as human history. "In a word, it's neat," said Anderson, who is also an adjunct professor of materials science and engineering at ISU. "I get to play with liquid metal. It looks tantalizing-ly like water that you could touch with your finger ... but because it's very dense, it flows in different ways than water-Anderson grew up in the copper mining country of Michigan's upper-peninsula, surrounded by mountains of tailings and startled by the occasional rumble of an abandoned mine tunnel collapsing. The industry got him interested in geology, but Anderson's father, engineering professor Jean Anderson, believed metallurgy was a better match for his son's interests. "It always amazes me how he put his finger on it," Iver Anderson said. "I owe him a 4 7 i .rfV V. en- (J.,' .v.m im m, iiw Hi ' '"W'"wi 1 " I" (I , ffflf v.V V ' :" , - I ' 'I, ' - w.,- V V' ,v METAL Continued on next page Iver Anderson, who works in metals development at Iowa State University, is finding innov- bob nandellThe Register ative used for fine metal powders. He says his job is "neat. I get to play with liquid metal." 1 rw-eri'CT'' ft) Master of Business Administration liSSSHSI H.L. McLaughlin, Master of Business EJVkSA Administration Program fWfc'4'W lilWilK-.l54Wviw-- Master of Accounting The Master of Accounting degree is an interdisciplinary program designed to prepare the individual for the wide variety of employment opportunities available in the accounting profession. Specifically the objectives of the program are designed to: Provide an in-depth, comprehensive body of knowledge in the field of accounting based on a strong liberal arts graduate degree. Allow for the opportunity to pursue additional course work that is recognized by several states and leading professional accounting bodies as essential to enter the field of account- Establish a potential for career development and advancement in the accounting profession. Provide a theoretical and practical body of knowledge which will allow for independent thinking, analysis of problem solving, and a search for new knowledge in the accounting profession. Prepare to sit for professional certification examination such as CPA, CMA, and CIA. For more information, contact: College of Business (319)333-6270 Fax: (319)333-6268 Master of Pastoral Studies St. Ambrose University's pastoral studies program assists students in achieving new levels of understanding and expertise in ministry so they may be of greater service to the faith community. Programs for professional and personal growth, for men and women involved in Church ministry. Enabling fuller participation in a variety of pastoral responsibilities and ministries within the Church. Incorporating educational, formational, and experiential components. Employing the experience-based, adult learning model. Building on the professional and ministerial background of participants. For more information, contact: Pastoral Studies (319)333-6442 Fax: (319)333-6243 E-mail: cwinter(g saunix.sau.edu. Master of Health Care Administration Specifically designed for those health care personnel 'providers who wish a solid financial and business curriculum in the diverse and dynamic field of Health Care Administration. The goal is to provide the financial and decision making skills which make you competitive in today's health care industry. Health Care is mostly a serv ice oriented not-for-profit industry. As one can see from the current Health Care Issues debates, the understanding of the financing and the appropriate administrative delivery of health care may require specific skills. For more information, contact: College of Business (319)333-6269 e Stticiie '3 grams Designed for college graduates in all majors. Nationally accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Taught by distinguished faculty blending academic credentials with practical experience. 45 credit-hour program with more than 650 students. Designed to meet your individual needs. Small classes that feature excellent studentprofessor interaction - "over 80 professors." The M.B.A. Program is now offered in two formats: The part-time program is offered evenings at seven locations (Davenport, Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Clinton, Muscatine, Ottumwa and the Rock Island Arsenal). It is also offered on the St. Ambrose campus on Saturdays. You may begin classes in the Spring, Summer or Fall. The full-time one-year M.B.A. format is identical to the part-time program in terms of requirements and course work. Classes meet in the daytime on St. Ambrose campus. For more information, contact: College of Business 1 -888-MB A-l-SAU (Toll Free) (319)333-6268 E-mail: mbasaunix.sau.edu. Master of Education St. Ambrose University offers graduate degrees in education that are unique and varied Persons wishing to explore a career in working with adults with disabilities at the collegeuniversity level should investigate the M.Ed, program in Counseling: Post Secondary Disabilities Services. This program, one of five in the country, and the only one in this region, is designed to provide training in working with college students with disabilities. The job market for this career is just beginning to open up. Projections are for numerous jobs in the very near future. The M.Ed, program in Juvenile Justice Education is one of 12 in the country. This unique program combines criminal justice education with special education to create what some have called a needed and unique way of looking at the training of people to work with adjudicated youth. If you have an interest in teaching in correction facilities, working in youth parole 'probation or in social service programs with juvenile delinquent youth, this may be the advanced degree for you. On a more traditional note, St. Ambrose University offers graduate licensure in elementary and secondary special education (learning disabilities, behavioral disorders, mental disabilities and mild disabilities). Persons interested in teaching special education in Iowa or Illinois schools would be well advised to explore this classroom based program. Courses taken can be applied towards a Master of Education in Special Education. For more information, contact: Grad. Special Education Program (319)333-6115 E-mail: rristowosaunii.sau.edu Master of Physical Therapy Physical Therapy is a unique and vital health profession concerned with health promotion, prevention of physical disabilities and the rehabilitation of persons disabled by pain, disease; or injury. . : The mission of the Master of Physical Therapy program is : to prepare physical therapists for general entry-level profes- . sional practice in a manner which meets both current and .'; emerging health care needs in a variety of settings. ; The accredited full-time Master of Physical Therapy pro- . I; gram is offered in "33 " and "43 " curricular formats. ; All application materials must be received at the Physical Therapy Department by January 1 . ' ', For more information, contact: Physical Therapy Department (319)333-6403 (phone) (319)333-6410 (fax) E-mail: ghaygoodsaunix.sau.edu ; www.sau.edu.CWISAcademicMPT MPThome.html j Master of Criminal Justice St. Ambrose University's innovative Master of Criminal Justice Program is the first and only of its kind in the state j; of Iowa. The multidisciplinary management curriculum includes selected M.B.A. courses and prepares practitioners to take a leadership role as criminal justice professionals. The MCJ program can be completed in one to three years, and is ideal for those interested in upper-level careers in -enforcement, security, corrections or human services. ; Also prepares those wishing to teach criminal justice, or to serve as personnel and training specialists in justice-related organizations. For more information, contact: Criminal Justice Department (319)333-6157 E-mail: jmooresaunix.sau.edu Master of Social Work Graduate credentials are becoming increasingly important in the social work profession. Social workers practice in schools, business, hospitals, mental health facilities, and public welfare and criminal justice agencies - with a host of emerging employment settings likely to develop in coming years. The Master of Social Work (MSW) program will begin in August 1 997. Elective courses applicable to the MSW ; degree w ill be offered during Spring 1997 and Summer ; 1 997 semesters. The program has a full-time, part-time and an advanced standing component leading to the MSW degree with an -emphasis on social practice with individuals, families, and . groups. . ' The program emphasizes work with diverse populations in a . variety of social sen ice settings. For more information, contact: Social Work Program (319)333-6379 ; Fax:(319)333-6243 E-mail: mswsaunU.sau.edu

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