- published: 28 Mar 2012
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ACS participated in the San Diego Science & Engineering Festival at Petco Park, which is the largest annual celebration of science in the U.S. Dozens of volunteers from ACS student chapters and local sections engaged visitors, tiny tots and grandmas alike, in hands-on activities demonstrating basic chemical principles such as bonding. Lynn Hogue, chair of the ACS Committee on Community Activities, put on a fascinating chemistry magic show, and ACS president Bassam Z. Shakhashiri talked to visitors about the importance of sharing science with the community. If you missed the event, have a look here!
Josh Morse: Josh Morse is a resilient and compassionate leader, community member, and youth advocate. As president and CEO of Associated Students, a non-profit, student-directed corporation, Josh is responsible for representing the 34,000 students who attend San Diego State University while directing the organization. Josh is a senior, pursuing a bachelor's degree in finance and will be graduating this May. He finds leadership and service to be an integral part of his education and has proven this through his work in numerous campus organizations such as Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and Peer Leadership Consultants among others. Most notably, as a student development officer for SDSU's comprehensive capital campaign, Josh has helped raise millions of dollars for scholarships and programs li...
Victoria explains the remarkable progress her son has made since undergoing stem cell therapy for autism in Panama at the Stem Cell Institute. He no longer needs to be placed into outside care. All of the professionals who care for him agree that "it must be the stem cells". He has experienced a "rocketing of understanding". He is now peaceful, calm and does not attack anyone. He can now be safely around his infant sister. http://www.cellmedicine.com/patient-application/
Why major in the Arts & Humanities at UC San Diego ? We posed this question to our undergraduates and faculty and their answers may surprise you. http://artsandhumanities.ucsd.edu History | Literature | Music | Philosophy | Theatre & Dance | Visual Arts | Institute of Arts and Humanities (IAH) | Institute for Practical Ethics (IPE)
Relapsing remitting MS patient, David Oliver, shares his story of recovery and hope following stem cell therapy at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama City, Panama. David explains how he's gone from not being able to get up from the couch to being drug-free and "back 100%".
This is only a short clip of me ministering at the outreach that I was apart of, along side with My Worship Leaders Domingo and Ofelia Gonzalez. I will be releasing the full message ASAP. There were many super natural healings that took place that you will be able to see once I post the full clip. There were also many salvations as well as deliverances from demonic oppression. Many, many people were touched by God as he showed up in a very big way with his presence and power. This was the first outreach of many to come to San Diego, TX, and if you know anything about the town its defiantly understood that the people living there need God desperately. So Praise God, and all Glory goes to him! Its all God, all he needs is a willing vessel, so that means you can be used greatly by God as well...
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Homeless services providers and a once homeless mother of 4 talk about getting off the streets and getting back into life.