Albert Schweitzer


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Noun1.Albert Schweitzer - French philosopher and physician and organist who spent most of his life as a medical missionary in Gabon (1875-1965)
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the albert schweitzer community school has been a community school since 2015.
1875: Dr Albert Schweitzer, missionary surgeon, organist and Nobel Prize winner (1952), was born in Alsace.
1965: Albert Schweitzer, French medical missionary, died aged 90 in Gabon, the village where he had opened his hospital for natives.
It was in this cultural milieu, as a history professor s daughter, that Helene met a young pastor named Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) and developed a deep friendship that flourished for a decade before their marriage in 1912.
This career biography details the work and legacy of Helene Schweitzer, wife of physician Albert Schweitzer, highlighting her role in the coupleEs humanitarian medical work in Africa and the founding of Schweitzer Hospital.
Higgins new book, "Against the Current: How Albert Schweitzer Inspired a Young Man's Journey.
4] echoes what Albert Schweitzer observed in The Quest of the Historical Jesus.
Albert Schweitzer, the Anxiety of Influence, and the Untidy Jesus of Markan Memory.
The program is geared toward students who have done community service work before and want to partner with an existing community group to investigate a health need they feel passionate about, said Sylvia Stevens-Edouard, MS, executive director of the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship.
com)-- Two University of Houston (UH) students, one from the UH Graduate College of Social Work (GCSW) and one from UH College of Pharmacy, will lead health-related service initiatives for underserved individuals and communities during 2013-2014 under the Houston-Galveston Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Program.
Albert Schweitzer was born on January 14th, 1875 in Kaysersberg in Alsace.
The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship has selected Jeffrey Kiser, a rising second-year student in the West Virginia University School of Medicine, as one of the Pittsburgh Schweitzer Fellows.