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Nathan Batalion ND CPA 2001 CV Additions

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Affiliation
Where
When
Matriculation Ph.D. - PIC Philosophy Interpretation and Culture 3.6/4.0 Grade Average
Binghamton University


Fall, 2001


Presentations
  • In Defense of Otsego County Biotech Moratorium Resolution

Otsego County Board of Representative
Cooperstown, N.Y.


January 4



  • The Essene Philosophy of Health & Nature
The Ann Wigmore Health Institute
Aguada, Puerto Rico

February 8
  • Using Course Info to Teach Accounting - Brown Bag Luncheon
Hartwick College- Center
of Learning and Teaching
with Technology
Oneonta, N.Y.





February 27






  • Greening of Social Justice - part of the Encuentros: Art and Social Justice in Latin America





Hartwick College
Oneonta, N.Y.




 


February 28




  • Changing Our Vision of Nature on the Threshold of a New Millennium



International Communal Studies Association - Triennial Conference - "Communal Living on the Threshold
of a New Millennium - Lessons and Perspective; ZEGG Community Belzig, Germany




June 25-27




 

 

  • Healing the Wounds: Sabbath Ceremony - with singing of the Shema

For Israeli Jews visiting Germany for the first time after World War II.
Belzig, Germany


June 29



  • Right/Left Brain Ways of Seeing Nature - A Photographic Display; prepared with the assistance of Joshua Kinney

Zegg Community
Belzig, Germany




June 29-30





  • The History and Importance of Organics
Keynote speech, organic dinner sponsored by Hartwick Grassroots
Hartwick College, Oneonta, N.Y.
December 18



Attendance
  • Philosophy, Interpretation and Culture Conference
Binghamton University
Binghamton, N.Y.

April, 2001


  • The International Association of Environmental Philosophy


Gloucher College
Baltimore, M.D.




October 7-8



  • Comprehensive Cancer Care Conference

Delaware County Cancer Coalition
Delhi, N.Y.


November 3




Honors/Awards
  • $100 monetary award from NOFA -
    North East Organic Farmers Association
    to attend Biotechnology Progress or Problem? A Conference of Developing Community Leaders

Best Western Conference Center
Binghamton, N.Y.







January 17-19







  • $1,500 award for research and photographic display on Right/Left Brain Ways of Seeing Nature


Hartwick College
Oneonta, N.Y.






March 8





  • Certificate of Completion: week-long
    Living Foods Lifestyle Training Program
The Ann Wigmore Health Institute
Aguada, Puerto Rico



February 9





Publications
Changing Our Visions of Nature on the Threshold of a New Millennium






Pages 117-127 of the Proceedings of the Seventh International Communal Studies Conference of ICSA (International
Communal Studies Association:
"Communal Living on the Threshold
of a New Millennium - Lessons and Perspectives" Web posted:
http://www.ic.org/icsa/docs/ICSA_eBook.pdf




Fall 2001








 


Other Activities
  • Faculty Advisor: Hartwick College Clubs: Greens, Grassroots, and Amnesty International

Hartwick College
Oneonta, N.Y.




Spring, 2001




  • Volunteer :Compiled list of local holistic resources for patients
Fox Hospital Cancer Care Unit
Oneonta, N.Y.


Fall, 2001



  • Research: The link between environmental issues and communal/kibbutz living at the two kibbutz studies libraries in Israel


Haifa University and
Yad Tabenkin-Ramat
Efal Israel



 


Summer, 2001





  • Research: Renaissance and Enlightenment; studied Italian; Visited historic sites in Italy, including Galileo's house in Florence



Florence, Rome, and Pompeii
Italy








Summer, 2001





  • Renovation:159 East Street for rental in summer and educational, hands-on health seminars. Employment and raining of Job Corp apprentices.


Oneonta, N.Y.








Fall, 2001





 

  • Research Papers:

    "The Scientific Revolution Revisited"

    "The Italian Renaissance: Contributions to  Natural Philosophy and the Scientific       Revolution"


Binghamton University
Binghamton, N.Y.









Fall, 2001








 

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