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Dr. George P. Connick

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Executive Vice President

Phone: (212) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Portland , Maine , United States
American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service
619 West 54Th Street
New York , New York 10019
United States

Company Description: AAMI has two delivery options, designed to meet your needs and preferences! AAMI's Campus Program is the 5th oldest funeral service program in the United States....   more

Employment History

  • Executive Director
    American Board of Funeral Service Education
  • President
    Educ Network of Maine
  • President
    Distance Education Publications , Inc.
  • ITC Spokesman and President
    University of Maine at Augusta
  • President
    University of Maine at Augusta
  • Executive Director


  • Ph.D.
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Funeral Service News 015402 [cached]
Marcella Piasecki has taken another position at the university, said George P. Connick, executive director of the American Board of Funeral Service Education.
Connick said he learned of the move in a letter.
Consultants, 13 Feb 2007 [cached]
George Connick
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38 Florida Ave. Portland, ME 04103 (207) 797-4768
George Connick is the founder and President Emeritus of the Education Network of Maine, the statewide distance learning network of the University of Maine System. During his 31-year association with the University of Maine System, George held various faculty and administrative positions, including appointment as Associate Professor of History, two years as Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Southern Maine, nine years as the president of the University of Maine at Augusta, and three years as president of the Education Network of Maine. George took early retirement from the University System in 1997.
Dr. Connick has delivered more than 300 presentations on the uses of technology and telecommunications for distance and distributed learning and he is the author of numerous articles and reports on a variety of educational topics. In 1990-91, Dr. Connick chaired the National Advisory Panel for the Office of Technology Assessment of the U.S. Congress which produced the report titled Rural America at the Crossroads: Networking for the Future (1991). In 1999, he served as General Editor of a new book for learners from Prentice Hall titled The Distance Learner's Guide. He was the lead consultant on the planning and development of the Kentucky Commonwealth Virtual University (1997-99) and he has served as a consultant to more than 30 higher education institutions and systems in the United States and Canada on issues related to distance education.
In 1997, Dr. Connick was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters by the College for Lifelong Learning of the University System of New Hampshire and in 2000 he was selected as the second inductee into the U.S. Distance Learning Association Hall of Fame.
Current Online | Inouye bill on infohighway, 1994, 4 July 1994 [cached]
The Instructional Telecommunications Council fully supports "the concept" of reserved capacity, said George Connick, ITC spokesman and president of the University of Maine at Augusta.But Connick later suggested that in dealing with digital services, it may be appropriate for Congress to consider other mechanisms such as preferential or guaranteed rates instead.
"Basically, our position comes down to the fact that our colleges and other public institutions do not have the resources to outbid private industry for channels on the information superhighway," Connick said in a statement.
Hawaii State Sen.
Dr. George Connick, ..., 12 Nov 2007 [cached]
Dr. George Connick, Executive Director38 Florida AvenuePortland, ME 04103Telephone: (207) 878-6530Fax: (207) 797-7686
"The internet is great in its ... [cached]
"The internet is great in its the ability to not only allow you to sit at your kitchen table and take almost any type of course that you want but its ability to deliver a high quality education and at a fraction of the cost of going to a campus and maintaining campuses," said George Connick of American Academy-McAllister Institute.
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