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  • Addresses
    edu academic faculty wrose main htm Departmental Office 5A Faculty Hall 270 809 2661 My Office 5A 10 Faculty Hall 270 809 2662 Phone 270 809 2688 Fax 270 556 6342 Cell Email wrose murraystate edu winfieldrose gmail com Home

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  • WINFIELD H. ROSE, PhD.
    discussant Attended 18th Annual Conference of the Center for the Study of the Presidency Philadelphia November 9 11 1987 Attended seminar Employment Law in the Public Sector sponsored by the Labor Management Center University of Louisville Louisville KY March 10 1988 One of five presenters at all day seminar titled Employment Law in the Public Sector sponsored by the Labor Management Center of the University of Louisville and held at Murray State University July 22 1988 Topic Affirmative Action Requirements Gave all day workshop at Mercy Hospital Owensboro Kentucky on topic Organization Theory and Labor Management Relations July 29 1988 Adjunct director of West Kentucky Area Labor Management Committee 1986 1992 served on subcommittee to produce 12 minute videotape on labor management relations in west Kentucky spring 1988 tape was produced in early fall 1988 Chaired subcommittee to produce second videotape on the importance of acquiring and maintaining good work skills and habits for distribution to area high schools spring 1989 Domestic and Urban Affairs During the Bush Administration presentation at the 19th Annual Leadership Conference of the Center for the Study of The Presidency Boston Massachusetts November 11 13 1988 Attended labor management symposium Labor Management Relations at Philip Morris USA Louisville Operations A Case Study sponsored by the Labor Management Center of the University of Louisville and held in Louisville KY May 23 25 1989 Attended grievance arbitration seminar sponsored by the American Arbitration Association and held in Louisville KY February 15 1990 Attended the 43rd annual conference of the International Personnel Management Association Southern Region in Nashville Tennessee May 21 22 1990 Attended the seventh annual Labor and Employment Law Institute sponsored by the School of Law University of Louisville Louisville KY June 21 22 1990 Attended the tenth annual Labor and Employment Law Institute conducted by the School of Law at the University of Louisville and held in Louisville May 20 21 1993 Presenter Elderhostel Program Murray State University From D Day to Today Behind the Scenes Political Battles Sept 17 22 1995 Panel Chair and Discussant The Political Thought of Russell Kirk Ohio Valley History Conference Murray State University Oct 20 21 1995 Attended the eighth National Labor Management Conference sponsored by the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Chicago May 29 31 1996 Attended the 14th annual Labor and Employment Law Institute conducted by the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville and held in Louisville June 5 6 1997 Attended the 16th annual Labor and Employment Law Institute conducted by the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville and held in Louisville May 27 28 1999 Presenter Boy Scouts of America Merit Badge Program Good Citizenship in the Nation September 18 1999 Two sessions Took Cooperative Center for Study Abroad www ccsa cc London Winter trip to England December 26 2001 January 8 2002 Submitted proposal to CCSA for London Winter course Brits Yanks the Anglo American Connection in History and Politics December 26 2003 January 8 2004 Proposal was

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  • REFLECTIVE STATEMENT
    name receives me but whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to stumble it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened round his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea Matthew 18 5 6 Let s talk about students They are why we are here True the university has other purposes We do essential research advance the cause of knowledge promote the search for truth and often defend and protect freedom But we are here because we educate students We are not here to cater to to pamper or to indulge students We are here to be exacting but sympathetic taskmasters with an insistence on the highest standards of excellence and honor We do not take lightly our responsibility to make a significant difference in the lives of our students and through our students a difference in society Terry Sanford President Duke University at the October 1982 annual meeting of the faculty A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was the sort of house I lived in or the kind of car I drove but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child Successories A pupil from whom nothing is ever demanded which he cannot do never does all he can John Stuart Mill It is clear then that we are not to educate the young with a view to their amusement Learning brings pain and while children are learning they are not playing Aristotle Politics 1339a26 Blame the mothers and fathers and lawmakers and politicians and judges and TV programmers and sports heroes if you want to know why the young aren t civilized If they re undisciplined and don t have any work

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  • When all government, domestic and foreign, in little as in great things, shall be drawn to Washington as the center of all power, it will . . . become as venal and oppressive as the government from which are separated.
    as a democratic republic so that elected officials would decide trivia while all great questions would be decided by the judiciary Judge Andrew Kleinfeld United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit 1996 the main concern of politics is to engender a certain character in the citizens and to make them good and disposed to perform noble actions Aristotle Links The Heritage Foundation Dole bled Clinton fled enough said

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  • Veterans' Day
    who has given us the freedom to demonstrate It is the soldier who salutes the flag who serves beneath the flag and whose coffin is draped by the flag who allows the protestor to burn the flag Father Denis Edward O Brien United States Marine Corps Remember November 11 is Veterans Day Pericles Funeral Oration Thucydides The Charge of the Light Brigade Alfred Lord Tennyson The Gettysburg Address Abraham Lincoln

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  • Requiem for a Heavyweight
    came to climb a marble staircase and pass through a parted black curtain to enter the Rotunda The light was soft the air was cool the honor guards were as motionless as the nearby statues of Washington and Lincoln and the people were silent respectful and reverent The casket rested on the catafalque first made for Lincoln and kept in the Capitol crypt made for Washington Again some saluted some put their hand over their heart and some wept but here some also prayed I for one thanked God that Ronald Reagan had lived and that he was ours Over 100 000 people had this experience and another 100 000 plus had a similar experience at the Reagan Library in California and every one of them will remember it as long as they live We all knew we were in the presence of a very special man We had to keep moving so the time quickly came to leave this most holy place As we left we were given a beautiful 4 x 6 engraved certificate as a memento of the occasion We exited to an outer portico of the Capitol and could see Arlington National Cemetery in the distance the Custis Lee Mansion and President Kennedy s eternal flame Tents had been set up where people could sign books of condolences Though a sad occasion it had been a good day Ronald Reagan s suffering was over and he had gone to the room in his Father s house his Savior had prepared for him long ago I had had what will likely be a once in a lifetime experience that I had hoped for for over 40 years and I spent the evening with an absolutely delightful group of young people who were nice enough at least to act like they enjoyed my stories On Thursday I spent the morning at the Museum of American History at the Smithsonian and the afternoon at the new World War II Memorial I had never seen the Memorial and it is very beautiful and very fitting What I found especially noteworthy is that there are no statues of famous people such as Churchill Roosevelt Marshall Eisenhower MacArthur or Patton Quotes from famous people appear in various places but there are no statues It is truly a memorial to the grunt soldier sailor airman and Marine who did the fighting and dying Friday morning was cool and rainy and I got as close to the Washington National Cathedral as I could which was about two blocks Security was very tight and there was no air traffic during the funeral I watched the cortege leave the Cathedral the hearse dozens of black limousines and cars and notables such as Dr Henry Kissinger Bob Dole and Bill Buckley I don t know if they used the right door or not An interesting event occurred during all this Two young people a man and a woman saying they represented French television came up to me

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  • Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of scoffers;
    walks not in the counsel of the wicked nor stands in the way of sinners nor sits in the seat of scoffers but his delight is in the law of the Lord and on his law he meditates day and night He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season and its leaf does not wither In all that he does he prospers The wicked are not so but are like chaff which the wind drives away Therefore the wicked will not stand in the judgment nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous for the Lord knows the way of the righteous but the way of the wicked will perish Psalms 1 Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord the people whom he has chosen as his heritage Psalms 33 12 The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom a good understanding have all those who practice it Psalms 111 10 A worthless person a wicked man goes about with crooked speech winks with his eyes scrapes with his feet points with his finger with perverted heart devises evil continually sowing discord therefore calamity will come upon him suddenly in a moment he will be broken beyond healing There are six things which the Lord hates seven which are an abomination to him haughty eyes a lying tongue and hands that shed innocent blood a heart that devises wicked plans feet that make haste to run to evil a false witness who breathes out lies and a man who sows discord among brothers Proverbs 6 12 19 they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength they shall mount up with wings like eagles they shall run and not be weary they shall walk and not

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  • builder
    on the other side And built a bridge to span the tide Old Man said a fellow pilgrim near You are wasting your strength building here Your journey will end with the ending day You never again will pass this way You ve crossed the chasm deep and wide Why build you this bridge at evening tide The builder lifted his old gray head Good friend in the path I

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