I have served as a consultant to Dr. Boaz in my role as the Director of the Longwood University Small Business Development Center in the creation of the Integrative Centers for Science and Medicine.
I find Dr. Boaz to be well experienced in this endeavor and extremely well focused and organized in how to go about the creation of the Center. He has obviously taken the time to think through the most minute details of each step, and has been a great spokesperson for the ICSM by always taking the time to explain the Center's significance to all interested parties.
The Center will address a critical need in the Medical profession by specializing in family medicine and will eliminate the need for so many aspiring physicians to have to go outside of the country to attend a qualified medical school. In addition, I feel the Center will have a very positive impact on the economic environment of our community.
This is a brilliant idea and undertaking. Having the medical school in this area will go far toward restoring financial and medical health to this part of Virginia. It will bring people from all over the country.
I C S M is a very forward thinking organization with very creative ideas for a medical school, medical research and a nonprofit clinic in Martinsville, VA.
Dr. Boaz has put together a group of projects that are focused on bettering the lives of Native American Students who wish to pursue a career in the Health Sciences. His untiring effort to get the program off the ground has helped others better understand the problems that are being faced by the Native population who as a group have received the poorest and least health care if any group in the US.
I have been involved with ICSM as a volunteer, and have seen 1st hand the projects and long-range plans of the Center that are very exciting. Education seems to be a main focus of all activities, present and future, and I'm happy to continue voluteering in any capacity I can for this organization.
The Hands On Human Evolution Program was a great success at the Ashland, Oregon's museum. We worked on creating a "road show" to get this program out as a mobile work shop so kids can experience the thrill of participating in exercises that test their math skills while examining casts of human skulls and bones, of ape skulls and bones, and of hominid fossils.
A first rate organisation. Knowledgeable, experienced and dedicated to the exploration and understanding of Libyan archaeology. I admire the energy and enthusiasm with which director, Noel Boaz, has overcome many challenges to make new discoveries and bring those discoveries to the attention of peers and the wider public.