All Saints Episcopal Church (Jacksonville) and Weldon School of Biome

ical Engineering Coordinates: 30°16′41″N 81°38′57″W / 30.278018°N 81.649305°W / 30.278018; -81.649305

All Saints Episcopal Church is an Episcopal church and parish in the San Marco district of Jacksonville, Florida. The parish is in the Episcopal Diocese of Florida. The congregation marked its quasquicentennial on All Saints Sunday, November 7, 2010.

Contents 1 Current church 2 "Music Through the Ages" concert series 3 Intergenerational care center 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Current church

All Saints Episcopal Church is a mid-sized parish with approximately 400 members. It is the only Episcopal church in the San Marco neighborhood of Jacksonville, Florida. The parish's rector is The Reverend Donavan Cain. "Music Through the Ages" concert series

All Saints Episcopal Church hosts an annual late fall through early spring classical music series entitled "Music Through the Ages." The free concert series features both locally and nationally-known chamber and classical music groups. The most high-profile groups scheduled to perform in the 2011/2012 concert series are the Ritz Chamber Players and American Boychoir. One of the yearly events in the series, always held during Advent, is a service of lessons and carols, patterned after King's College, Cambridge's "Nine Lessons and Carols. "Music Through the Ages" is organized by the church's music director and organist, Dr. Michael Mastronicola. Intergenerational care center

All Saints Early Learning and Care Center, on the parish's campus, is an intergenerational shared site ministry that provides daycare for children (6 months to 5 years), special needs children (3 to 5 years), special needs adults (18+) and senior citizens. It is the first intergenerational daycare center in the Southeast. The care center is a private non-profit corporation funded by Title XX, the State of Florida, the United Way, private contributions, and fees paid by participants. See also Episcopal Church (United States) Province 4 of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America Episcopal Diocese of Florida

Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering and All Saints Episcopal Church (Jacksonville)

The Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering is Purdue University's school of biomedical engineering. The school offers an undergraduate B.S. degree in biomedical engineering and M.S., Ph.D., and integrated M.D.-Ph.D. graduate degrees in biomedical engineering.

Contents 1 History 2 Facilities 3 External links 4 References


Biomedical engineering at Purdue started in 1974 with the creation of the Hillenbrand Biomedical Engineering Center. The Center was headed by Dr. Leslie A. Geddes and located in Purdue's A.A. Potter Engineering Center. Currently, it is the only engineering discipline at Purdue that requires an entrance exam to be accepted into the program. In 1998, the Hillenbrand Biomedical Engineering Center was elevated in status to the Department of Biomedical Engineering within the school of Engineering at Purdue. George R. Wodicka was the department's founding head. After a generous $10 million donation by Norman Weldon, an alumnus of Purdue, and his family, the department was formally expanded into a school of biomedical engineering. The donation provided for hiring additional faculty, research initiatives and other start-up costs. In honor of Weldon's donation, the school is named The Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering. In 2006, the Weldon School moved from Potter Center to the new Biomedical Engineering Building on Purdue's campus. Dr. Geddes remained on staff as a Professor Emeritus until his death in 2009. George R. Wodicka is now the head of The Weldon School. As of 2008, the biomedical engineering building was renamed to the Martin C. Jischke Hall of Biomedical Engineering, after the former president of Purdue University. Facilities

In 2006, Purdue University opened the Biomedical Engineering Building. The state-of-the-art building cost $25 million and was financed in part by grants from the Whitaker Foundation and the State of Indiana. The building is strategically located near Lynn Hall of Veterinary Medicine, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship, Bindley Bioscience Center, and Lilly Hall of Life Sciences. The building houses the academic and head offices for the Biomedical Engineering School, learning spaces, research labs, faculty offices, conference rooms, and a computer lab. External links The Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering The Weldon News Blog The Center for Implantable Devices in the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering
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