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Parsons The New School for Design will honor acclaimed interior designer Betty Sherrill, chairman of McMillen Inc.
Dancer and choreographer David Parsons described his March 2003 choreography residency at the Atlantic Center for the Arts as "dancing in the sun.
This article recounts the social influences that must have inspired Frank Parsons to create vocational counseling and traces the profession's early development.
It was not just my sexuality--I was a powerful woman," Pam Parsons says about the scandal in 1981 that ended her career as a college basketball coach.
PARSONS WAS on top of the world when with little bank experience he landed the prime spot as CEO of Dime Savings Bank, a regional New York City thrift institution.
The commitment to social change demonstrated by the founder of vocational psychology, Frank Parsons, continues in several areas of vocational psychology today, including individual career counseling, guidance work in the schools, career interventions with special populations, and vocational research.
ANN REINKING, Ben Stevenson, and David Parsons are the recipients of the Dance Magazine Awards for the year 2000, continuing a tradition of presentations established in 1954.
At first I thought it was so silly," says veteran actor Estelle Parsons of her character's coming-out on the show's Thanksgiving episode.