Monthly Archives: October 2010

The votes are in…….

Votes have  been cast for the UTS Alumni Award for Distinguished Achievement. The winners are to be announced on  Saturday, November 6th at the Professionals Networking Day. The 2010, UTS Alumni Award for Distinguished Achievement  is given to honor alumni and alumnae whose achievements in their profession, career, vocational pursuits, and service to society bring […]

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Final Week to Register for the Professionals Networking Day, November 6th

If you have been waiting for the right time to sign up for the Professionals Networking Day on Saturday November 6th, then this is the week to get it done. In order to organize hand outs for the participants, the online registrations need to be completed this week. The deadline is midnight Sunday October 31st […]

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Studies show that we retain an impressive amount of what we teach. Mentoring is no exception. Mentors tend to take a new interest in old problems when their protégés force them to see matters in a fresh light. They naturally develop a higher self-awareness by explaining their own thoughts and actions to an impressionable student. […]

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Books, articles, business outlines…..Professionals Networking Day

Alumni attending the PND are preparing their business cards, business plans, non-profit  outlines, newspaper columns, and academic articles and books. They may have built a successful church,  be in  youth ministry, in counseling, in social service, or in education.  Each of us is a valuable resource.  UTS AA is committed to help develop further  success  […]

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“A Heart Gift for Hana”

Dear UTS Alumni and Friends: One of our beloved graduates from the MRE Class of 1982, Nancy Bulow, has been dealing with a heartrending family situation that she and her husband have written about in the letter included here.  Please read her letter. Thank you for your prayers for her daughter, Hana, and for those […]

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Alumni Networking- registration open

Professionals Networking Day SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH The UTS Alumni Association invites UTS graduates to a day of networking. Through our UTS experience we shared a long term vision; since graduation our missions may have changed, and possibly several times over. We find graduates working in business, in politics, in education, in ministry, in social […]

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Publisher’s Note

Reverend Sun Myung Moon is the Founder of UTS. Several Cornerstone contributors recognize him with this title. Others may use the terms True Parents, True Father, or Father. These are various expressions of respect and personal faith that Rev. Moon is fulfilling a mandate from Heaven to establish a Kingdom of Peace on Earth, and […]

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Front Line

During this last month I have talked to several alumni about articles they have previously written; I have come across their articles re- published on various web sites. I think this phenomenon is interesting. There seems to be a re-evaluation going on. I am publishing articles by Dan Fefferman (UTS’86): Before Absolute Faith and …

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Be Relevant!

First published in the June 2005 Cornerstone Dictionary: Have a bearing on or a connection with the matter at hand. It must be in the water, or the air. The words differ depending upon who is speaking, but the message comes through clearly.Unification ideas may be excellent, but people want to see sustainable models in […]

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Before Absolute Faith and Obedience: A Case for the Primacy of Conscience

First published in the Unification News, May 1999 “Absolute faith, absolute love, absolute obedience…” – Family Pledge, # 8 “Conscience before teacher, conscience before parents, conscience before God.” – Rev. Sun Myung Moon, True God’s Day Message, 1996 Both of the above slogans represent important aspects of the thought of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon. […]

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