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  • College Professors - 728 Words
    Well Rounded Education The first day of class for a college student is like drawing cards in a poker game. Just as the cards that one receives determines their outcome in poker, the types of professors a student gets on the first day will determine the success of their year. The difference between a helpful and a harmful professor can easily result in a much lower grade. College professors have a wide range of personalities and backgrounds. However, professors fall into one of 3...
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  • Professor and Students - 1122 Words
    What is creativity? According to the dictionary in my computer, creativity is the ability to use the imagination to develop new and original ideas or things, especially in an artistic context. Ideally, any classroom in any academic institution should facilitate this no matter what subject is taught, no matter how many students attend, no matter what; there are no exceptions. To our dismay, this is not a utopian world. Indeed, there’s certainly a “gap between faculty and student expectations that...
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  • Qualities of an Effective College Professor
    Qualities of an Effective College Professor We all know good professors when we see them, and bad professors too. At some point in time every one experiences good professor whether in a technical college or in the university. While development of students to prepare them for future career is the vital role of a professor , many professors still do not create interest in students to develop and progress. The difference between a good professor and a bad professor is the...
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  • The Notorious Business Professor - 1486 Words
    The Notorious Business Professor 1. How much would you emphasize on the following aspects of his performance After reading the case, our group decided to evaluate the effect Professor Steve has had on each of the following aspects. When it comes to classroom teaching and his mentoring and advising of the doctoral candidates, students rate his classes fairly solid; however, he is rated an above average teacher in terms of the enjoyment students have and his ability to stimulate critical...
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  • Graduate School and Assistant Professor
    AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT ANNUAL REPORT OF THE FACULTY OF ARTS & SCIENCES ACADEMIC YEAR 2006-07 Dr. John Waterbury President American University of Beirut Beirut, Lebanon December 10, 2007 Dear Mr. President, Please find enclosed the Annual Report of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences for the academic year 2006-2007. This report was written by the chairpersons and /or directors of the academic units and of the standing committees of the faculty of Arts & Sciences, and...
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  • Professors' Views on Current Issues
    Professors views on today’s issues Many people debate if professors should or shouldn’t be allowed to advocate their views own political or social issues in class. This is a debate that causes many issues but yet there hasn’t been any type of conclusion to if it is okay or not. I personally believe professors should not be allowed to advocate their views on political or social issues in the class because they can corrupt students’ minds and conflicts between professor, student and parents...
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  • Explanation: Professor and Pay Scales
    To The Registrar Andhra University, Visakhapatnam Respected Sir, Sub:- Explanation to the show cause notice- request to drop further proceedings – Regarding. Ref:- 1) G.O.Ms.No.14, Higher Education (UE.II) Dept., Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, dated 20-2-2010. 2) Memo.No. 6882/UE.II/2010-1 dated 6-7-2010 issued by the Principal Secretary to Government, Higher Education (UE.II) Department. 3) Orders of the Hon’ble High Court of Andhra Pradesh dated...
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  • Board of Directors and Associate Professor
    Mandatory Disclosure By Loyola Institute of Business Administration Loyola College, Chennai – 600 034 I. Name of the Institution Name Loyola Institute of Business Administration Address Temporary Location (if applicable) Permanent Location as approved by AICTE Loyola College Village 1, Sterling Road Taluk Nungambakkam District Chennai PIN 600 034 State Tamil Nadu STD Code 044 Phone No. 28 17 71 00 Fax No. 28 17 31 83 E-Mail...
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  • 10 Things Evrey College Professor Hates
    10 Things Every College Professor Hates - Business Insider 1 of 4 http://www.businessinsider.com/10-things-every-college-professor-hates... LISA WADE, PH.D., SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGES AUG. 26, 2014, 10:41 AM Getty Images/Kevork Djansezian I got this email from an Ivy League student when I arrived to give a speech. She was responsible for making sure that I was delivered to my hotel and knew where to go the next day: Omg you’re here! Ahh i need to get my s--t together now lol. Jk. Give me a ring...
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  • gender disparity in engineering - 2849 Words
    Volume 14, Number 3, 2012 © WIETE 2012 Global Journal of Engineering Education It’s a man’s world: the academic staff gender disparity in engineering in 21st Century Australia Ian R. Dobson University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland University of Ballarat, Ballarat, Australia ABSTRACT: This article examines the academic staff gender disparity in engineering in the 21st Century through an analysis of Australian university staff statistics. The proportion of female academics in...
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  • Academic Freedom - 3516 Words
    Academic freedom is the belief that the freedom of inquiry by faculty members is essential to the mission of the academy as well as the principles of academia, and that scholars should have freedom to teach or communicate ideas or facts (including those that are inconvenient to external political groups or to authorities) without being targeted for repression, job loss, or imprisonment. Academic freedom is a contested issue and, therefore, has limitations in practice. In the United States, for...
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  • Employee Welfare Measures - 24167 Words
    RASHTRASANT TUKADOJI MAHARAJ NAGPUR UNIVERSITY (Established by Government of Central Provinces Education Department by Notification No. 513 dated the 1 st of August, 1923 & presently a State University governed by Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994) ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ DIRECTION NO. 1 OF 2012 (Under Section 8 (1) & (4) of Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994) Direction governing the conversion...
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  • Twelve Who Ruled and Robert Roswell Palmer
    Twelve Who Ruled and R. R. Palmer The book, Twelve Who Ruled, covers a very complex period, the French Revolution. Robert Roswell Palmer; author of the book, brings our attention of twelve men who have a chance to change society, institutions, and political beliefs. Palmer takes our thoughts drawn to the brutality and dictatorship of this time period and shares with us how idealism can conrupt and damage a nation as a whole. Oppression is the sense and theme of emotion I feel when reading...
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  • Djgbk3Rgbw Fgwneflef - 2511 Words
    List of modules for Year 1 (or modules that most Year 1 students take): Academic Writing a.k.a AW (for those not exempted) This is a pre-assigned module. The profs don’t really matter for AW as the quizzes, percentage of class participation, assessments are all the same across the board. It’s a module that honestly will take up quite a bit of your time but don’t fret as you really aren’t alone in this. Just some things to take note of, it is quite difficult to compare the style of writing at...
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  • Is Anybody Listening - 541 Words
    Is Anybody Listening? In “College Lectures: Is Anybody Listening?” David Daniels points out how lecture system affects a large number of college students, making students lack basic skills, general knowledge, and creativity as well. According to Daniels, lecture system, this traditional aspect of education has several inadequacies. But the solution- having smaller class demands “energy, imagination, and commitment from professors,” Daniels indicates. However, they force students to “share...
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  • The Verger(Analysis) - 8071 Words
    No.1-32/2006-U.II/U.I(!) Government of India Ministry of Human Resource Development Department of Higher Education New Delhi, dated the 31St December, 2008 To The Secretary, University Grants Commission, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110 002. Subject:- Scheme of revision of pay of teachers and equivalent cadres in universities and colleges following the revision of pay scales of Central Government employees on the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission....
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  • Week 6 Assignment - 1182 Words
    1. What source of power does Judy have, and what type of power is she using during the meeting? As Judy is chair of Business Department she has position as a source of power and she is using legitimate power during the meeting. In addition to this, Jean is also using the meeting influencing method by asking her employees for thoughts on the new policy. 2. (a) What source of power does Chris have, and what type of power is she using during the meeting? (b)Is the memo a wise political move for...
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  • How to Survive the First Week of College
    How to successfully survive the first week of college! Beginning a college career can seem intimidating for most of us until we learn to properly manage our time. It can often feel stressful and overwhelming. However, when you organize your time efficiently, most of that stress and feeling of being overwhelmed can be eliminated. Being prepared for class does not just mean bringing your textbooks, paper, and writing instruments. Of course they are important, but it would also be advantageous...
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  • David Blackwell - 495 Words
    Dr. David Blackwell is a theoretical statistician noted for his teaching and work in game and probability theory. He is first and only African-American member of the National Academy of Sciences. Blackwell’s research in mathematics and statistics have found application in many fields including economics and accounting. Blackwell grew up in Centralia, Ill. His father worked for the Illinois Central Railroad and his mother stayed at home to take care of him and his three siblings. At school,...
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  • Rumors destroy - 555 Words
    Courtney Fox Professor G. English 1020 29 March 29, 2014 Rumors Destroy In my Chapter eleven readings, I chose to synthesize “What Cost Chris Dussold His Dream Job?” The story is centered on Chris Dussold who was an assistant professor at Southern Illinois University. Throughout his college years, Chris made it a point that he wouldn’t work anywhere else except Southern Illinois University. His first couple of years at the university were among the best of anywhere he had been...
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  • Kashif Ali - 5251 Words
    KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 2- Fort Road Peshawar Cantt: Website: www.kppsc.gov.pk Tele: Nos. 091-9214131, 9213563, 9213750, 9212897 Dated: 15.09.2014 ADVERTISEMENT NO. 05 / 2014. Applications, on prescribed form, are invited for the following posts from Pakistani citizens having domicile of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa / F.A.T.A by 14.10.2014 (candidates applying from abroad by 28.10.2014). Incomplete applications and applications without supporting documents required to...
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  • College Expectations - 513 Words
    Joshua Baymon June 17, 2011 EN 101-02 Topic: My First and Last Expectations of College Thesis: My college professors, college courses, and fellow classmates Many students who are fresh out of high school have several expectations of how they feel college will be when they first attend. I would be one of those students. It was very important that I keep an open mind when it comes to my college professors, college courses, and fellow classmates. After all college is a fresh start and it...
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  • invitation letter - 579 Words
    Invitation letter Purpose This invitation letter was send by Kyoto University to Jeffrey A. Stern to invite Dr. Stern to Kyoto University as their Visiting Professor in July of 2006. Salutation Dear Dr. Stern Date 2006/06/16 Inside Address Center for Urological Research Sun Health Research Institute 10503 W Thunderbird Blvd Sun City, AZ 85351 Sender’s Address Department of Urology, Faculity of Medicine, Kyoto University 54 Kawahara-cho, Shogoin, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto...
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  • Impact of Hurricane Sandy on Hospitals
    Many recall the dramatic images of nurses at New York University's Langone Medical Center (NYULMC) heroically evacuating over three hundred patients, carrying many including the youngest and most vulnerable down flights of stairs during the power outage resulting from the storm surge generated by Hurricane Sandy. Now, a recent study by researchers at the New York University Colleges of Nursing (NYUCN) and of Dentistry (NYUCD), published in The Journal of Urban Health examines the impact on...
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  • The Grand Opening Ceremony and commendation conference for military training for the 2014th Freshmen
    The Grand Opening Ceremony and commendation conference for military training for the 2014th Freshmen With the smell of sweet-scented osmanthus floating in the air, freshmen came to Hunan University for a fire-new life. On the afternoon in September 23rd, the opening ceremony for the 2014th freshmen was held in the Lecture Hall, which is also the ceremony for giving commendation to the advanced individuals and groups in the military training. Loads of people participated in this...
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  • Math in Our Every Day Life
    Page 10 • River Gazette River Gazette • Page 11 Math in Our Everyday Lives “How can it be that mathematics, being after all a product of human thought independent of experience, is so admirably adapted to the objects of reality?” asked Albert Einstein. It’s a remarkable question that captures the dual wonders of that discipline we call mathematics: its eternal mystery and its supreme practicality. Photo by Barbara Woodel Soup Cans and Soap Film by Alex Meadows, Assistant Professor...
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  • Ijmra.Us - 1528 Words
    www.ijmra.us August 2012 Volume-2, Issue-3 ISSN: 2249-2496 Contact Us: editorijmie@gmail.com info@ijmra.us www.ijmra.us A Quarterly Double-Blind Peer Reviewed Refereed Open Access International e-Journal - Included in the International Serial Directories www.ijmra.us August 2012 Volume-2, Issue-3 Chief Patron Dr. JOSE G. VARGAS-HERNANDEZ Member of the National System of Researchers, Mexico Research professor at University Center of Economic and Managerial Sciences,...
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  • SAMPLE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT - 178 Words
     ACKNOWLEDGEMENT To our God Almighty… to Him I give praise and thanks for giving me the strength and knowledge, guidance and determination to pursue my ambition and an inspiration to pursue my dreams. To the following persons who gave me advice, positive criticisms, motivation and inspirations to finish this humble research work…. Thank you very much. Former Dean Manuel S. Calimlim, Dean of School of Graduate Studies, AMA Computer University Engr. Josie...
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  • Striving for Better - 790 Words
    Striving for Better If you were a petroleum engineering student at ULL, you could find a unique figure. That’s Bitao Lai, a very young assistant professor while most of the other petroleum engineering instructors in ULL are elder. Bitao Lai is from China, and she is about 30 years old. However, she has worked for ULL as an assistant professor for almost two years. When you get to her office, which is a compact room, the first impression is tidiness. Two shelves are erected near the wall...
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  • Doctorate and Pay - 12651 Words
    Revision of Pay Scales of Teachers and equivalent cadre in Degree/ Diploma Level Technical Education as per AICTE Scheme (6th Pay Commission) Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere, University Departments, All University Affiliated Government and Non Government Aided Colleges & MSBTE affiliated Government and Non Government Aided Polytechnics conducting Professional Degree/Diploma Courses such as Engineering, Pharmacy, Architecture, Management etc., GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA...
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  • Position Paper Tenure Versus Non-Tenure
    Tenure vs. Nontenure: Two Tracks Diverge In tough economic times, the number of nontenure-track faculty is rising. What are the implications of this trend? By Mike Wright In the faculty world, tenure is good. It's seen as an almost sacred concept that leads to the highest-quality instruction, ground-breaking research, and institutional loyalty in the nation's colleges and universities. The trend over the last decade, however, is an increase in nontenure-track faculty on campuses across...
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  • The Role of Money in a Relationship Among the Couples, Who Are Going to Marry
    Opinion essay The role of money in a relationship among the couples, who are going to marry Outline: I. Introduction Money is everything. Money represents power, love, joy, and much more. II. Main body: a) The relationship between couples is great because they have money b) Money sometimes can be a disaster, because of its lack c) Money influence on people’s power III. Conclusion Money is very important thing in people’s lives. Without...
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  • Field Visit - 543 Words
    Field Visit Form Project ID: C143 Intern Name Intern ID Mentor Name Time Duration Date of the Visit Suggested/ Referred by Location of Visit More trips needed? Sandhya Chandramohan 13100353 Shri Ranjan Dwivedi Start Time: 10 am 4th June, 2013 Mentor National Institute of Public Finance And Policy, New Delhi Yes End Time: 1. Contact Information of the People met during Field Visit Full Name Designation Contact No. Time Duration Email Address Prof. Mukesh Kumar Anand Assistant Professor,...
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  • Eclectic Paradigm - 685 Words
    Life of J. H. Dunning John Harry Dunning, OBE (June 26, 1927 – January 29, 2009) was a British economist. He researched the economics of international direct investment and the multinational enterprise from the 1950s until his death.[1] In the 1980s, he published the eclectic paradigm or OLI-Model/Framework as further development on the theory of internalization. Dunning died on January 29, 2009, after a yearlong battle with cancer John Dunning was born in Sandy, Bedfordshire on June 26, 1927....
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  • The Shift of Power in Oleanna - 1436 Words
    Joseph Koltes M. Guista English 101 14 Oct. 2010 Oleanna is a two character play about a power struggle between a University Professor, John, and a student, Carol, who accuses John of sexual harassment. The play begins when John, a condescending University Professor who holds power with his status, expresses his frustration at Carol's class performance as she deduces that he is buying a house. He feels she is, in reality, bright but troubled, and she agrees, citing her social and economic...
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  • expanding a one-store operation to a two-store operation
    1.Professors are human. They can be kind and supportive or bitter and vindictive, so grin and bear it or switch classes. Get to know what your professor wants. Studies show that getting to know your instructor improves your chances of success in college. 2.Understand them. It's key to your success, as it can lead to mentoring, which is valuable if you plan to do graduate work. Sitting near the front of class improves your chances of catching little hints and participating in lectures. 3.Don't...
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  • Chapter 1 Lecture room allocation system
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background In the Obafemi Awolowo University academic environment, the number of lecture rooms compared to the number of courses offered, the capacity of each lecture room compared to the number of students shows a large difference. This difference has resulted to incompletion of course syllabus since venues are not always available to take courses at the due time. This problem and some more introduced in the problem statement has triggered the need for the...
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  • Fgfgfg - 898 Words
    1.租房场景 这种题型,以前看人也介绍过,并且很详细,这里把他们总结在一起。 首先辨别是租房还是买房。For lease, for rent 出租与for sale 出卖 房子的类型有:公寓flat, apartment, 学生宿舍dormitory (dorm) , 学生旅店student hostel, 青年旅店youth hostel ,还有一种叫留宿当地居民家里homestay. 一般房子有的家电或设施有: 炉子stove, 冰箱fridge, 微波炉microwave oven, 洗衣机washing machine, 空调air-conditioner, 电风扇electric fan, 冷却器电暖炉radiator, 电炉electric stoves , 床上用品及其他物品有: 枕头pillow, 枕套和被单pillow case and bed linen, 被单被褥 sheet, 床垫mattress, 毯子blanket, towel手巾毛巾, 窗帘curtain,地毯carpet 房子位置:Road(Rd.), Street(St.),...
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  • Bnu 301 2015 4 E
    QMNOPSA/301/4/2015 Tutorial Letter 301/4/2015 QMNOPSA All undergraduate students Department of Decision Sciences This tutorial letter contains important information, including the names and contact details of lecturers for all undergraduate modules. Bar code Learn without limits. university of south africa 2 QMNOPSA/301/4 Contents 1 Welcome 3 2 The Department of Decision Sciences 3 3 General information 3 4 myUnisa 3 5 Communication with the University 5.1 Contacting lecturers...
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  • Asdfg - 264 Words
    Assignment Course details: AdvancedReading&Strategies ENGL:103 Student details: Sabikun Nahar Shoma ENG 02405068 Educator Details:...
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  • Typography and Persuasive Essay - 321 Words
    A. Write a persuasive essay on: People depend too much on computers. B. Audience: Your college professor C. Position: For or against it? D. Composing your three page persuasive essay: 1. Introduction A. Hook B. Thesis 2. Body (several paragraphs) A. Topic sentence B. Supporting Details C. Transitions 3. Conclusion (a paragraph) A. Restate your main point B. Leave the reader with something to think about Nowadays people use computers in business, public services, education...
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  • debate - 663 Words
     Place Contact Person Contact address, ph no. and email ID Society representative 1. Ahmedabad Dr NAROTTAM SAHOO SENIOR SCIENTIST, GUJARAT SCI. CITY AHMEDABAD Ph. No. +91 98795 53960 narottam.sahoo@gmail.com Dr Ravi Bhushan, PRL, Ahmedabad 2 Bangalore Dr V Bheemaraju V Dr. Ambedkar Institute Of Technology Near Jnana bharathi Campus Bangalore 560 056 Ph. No. 9980601415 rajuvbait@gmail.com Dr. Suresh Ph : 9880108763 Email: sureshseebaiya@yahoo.com 3...
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  • Overseas study-----SAT Toefl
    华联教育 http://www.udcedu.cn/ 新托福听力常见八种题型及答题技巧 随着托福的改革,中国学生将面对一场更难的考试。事实上,不是考试的内容变难了,而是新托福考试对中国学生的英语能力提出了更全面的要求,而这些要求在很大程度上体现在新托福考试的听力部分。如何攻破新托福听力已成为广大考生亟待解决的问题。下面笔者就将新托福听力的常见问题分为了八类,以更为客观、细致地为考生解答听力中的难题。 一、主旨题 主旨题考查的是文章(或讲座、对话)的主要内容或主要观点。理解一个讲座或一个对话的主旨意味着去理解它的主题和中心内容。这类问题通常要求考生去概括所听到的材料。 它们通常以下列方式出现:What is the subjectof the lecture? What problem does the man have?What is the main idea of the passage? What are thespeakers mainly discussing? What is the main topic ofthe lecture? What is...
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  • The Faltering Project Team Scenario
    Scenario based question – Application 2 Group Assessment – worth 5%. The Faltering Project Team Scenario As an experienced project team manager, you’ve been requested to undertake an evaluation of a multi-institutional project managed by a team of academics. The team has funding of $250,000 over 2 years from the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC). The project is part of a national grant scheme offering funding for the improvement of learning and teaching in higher education...
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  • The Big question, College or not?
    Tyler Gimblin Pr. Zachary O’Neill English 1A Jun. 18, 2014 The Big Question, College or Not? The big question for students and parents today would be, are Colleges Worth the Price of Admission? The excerpt, “Are Colleges Worth the Price of Admission,” by Andrew Hacker and Claudia Dreifus is to evaluate whether or not the cost of tuition is worth the benefit anymore. Both of the Authors elaborate in this excerpt by providing problems with the higher education costs and solutions that will...
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  • Grammar and Irrelevant Material Detracts
    1. Writing too much. Some students think the suggested page limits are just a general guideline, and it's a good idea to go over them. Usually it isn't. While a professor may not mind a paper that's slightly above the limit, especially if the content is good, students who go on and on show a lack of discipline and focus that usually dooms their work. [Read 10 Secrets to College Success.] 2. Writing too little. It's common for professors to encounter papers that trail off well short of the...
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  • Katherine Okikiolu - 289 Words
    Katherine Okikiolu comes from a mathematical family, her father is a mathematician and inventor and her mother is a high school mathematics teacher. Her parents met when her father left Nigeria to study mathematics at the same college in England where her mother was studying physics. Her father, the Nigerian George Okikiolu, has written more mathematics papers than any other Black mathematician. She is married to mathematician Hans Lindblad. Okikiolu earned her B.A. in Mathematics from Cambridge...
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  • Differences Between Sql and Qbe
    NAME: TEJUMOLA PELUMI ADEMOLA MATRIC NO:11/52HA094 COURSE: CSC224 The code for the webpage <html> <head> <title>Csc 224 assignment</title> </head> <body> <h1>List of Faculties in the University of Ilorin</h1> <ul> <li><a href="#agric">Faculty of Agricultural Sciences</a></li> <li><a href="#art">Faculty of Arts</a></li> <li><a href="#bss">Faculty of...
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  • Manipal University Letter Of Recommend
    Recommendation Letter I am serving as Associate Professor in Department of Computer Science at Manipal University, Jaipur and before that I served for 9 years as a Professor in Department of Information Technology at Poornima College of Engineering. I am glad to hear of his decision to invest in a global academic tenure and am pleased to write this recommendation in support of Nitin’s application for admission to the Graduate Program at your institute. I am well aware of the responsibilities...
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  • Role of Women in Modern Society
    Allama Iqbal Open University H-8, Islamabad Application Form No. __________________ Departmental Permission Certificate for person in Government Service (1) (a) Full Name of the advertised post _____________________________________________ (b) Name of Department/Division/Ministry _______________________________________ (2) (i) Name of candidate ________________________Father’s Name ____________________ | (ii) I.D. Card No. |...
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  • Pro and Cons Social Media
    Dr. Carrie Fitzpatrick is frequently amazed at the private details she sees people share on Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites. "I’m shocked almost on a daily basis by what people put out there," said Fitzpatrick, an Alvernia University assistant professor of communications and English. But while that oversharing can be risky, Fitzpatrick believes that if such sites were used more carefully, their benefits would outweigh the drawbacks. "They are where everybody congregates...
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  • Oleanna Response - 704 Words
     Oleanna Response Paper Drama is a very popular branch of theatre that has roots as deep as the ancestry of theatre itself and has produced many great authors such as Sophocles, William Shakespeare, and David Mamet who have contributed generously to the growing popularity of drama. Mamet, the winner of two Pulitzer Awards and writer of many successful plays wrote Oleanna, an extremely controversial play for its exploitation of sexual harassment and abuse. Instead of writing any old romantic...
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  • Classification of Students - 1217 Words
    Classification of Students The beginning of a college experience can be very exciting. Everyone will tell you “It’s your new beginning” not only for your future but also a new beginning for new friends. Based upon students testing scores, they usually find themselves in a room with other peers who are on the same level academically. People are all different in their own ways. Receiving an education can be a fulfilling experience. Students adapt their own ways of learning and this results in...
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  • ADJUNCT - 352 Words
     Higher educational facilities such as universities, community colleges and trade schools have been utilizing adjunct faculty members for several decades. An adjunct faculty member (adjunct professor) is a part-time instructor hired to teach a certain class for a specific amount of time; usually a semester. These individuals are not offered any type of benefits since they are hired as a part-time instructor. Depending on which schools hire them, the pay ranges from $2,000 to $4,000 per...
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  • Morning Assembly - 1166 Words
    Government of Bihar Science & Technology Department Technology Bhawan, Bailey Road, Patna Adv. No.- ST-01/2012 Dated - 26.05.2012 NOTICE FOR CONTRACT APPOINTEMENT OF TEACHING CADRE POSTS IN ENGINEERING COLLEGES & GOVT. POLYTECHNICS IN THE STATE OF BIHAR Online applications are invited for contract appointments on vacant posts of Professors, Associate Professors and Assistant Professors in Engineering Colleges and on vacant posts of Lecturers & H.O.D. in Govt. Polytechnics of the State of...
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  • Plagiarism, a Deadly Plague
    Plagiarism, a Deadly Plague The feeling of putting in an enormous amount of time into something can be viewed as your masterpiece can be cheerful and satisfying. What if, however, someone comes along and willingly tries to steal your work of art, ignorantly using it for another purpose, with the intention of not giving any credit to you? Would you call them a thief in spite of what they have done? In what way would you approach this situation? However, this “practice of claiming, or...
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  • Journal Paper - 354 Words
    HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION Sector H-9, Islamabad (Pakistan) Exchange: (051) 9040000 Tele: (051) 90801105 Fax: (051) 90400403, 90801102 Mechanism for Classification of HEC Recognized Journals All Science Journals to be Classified as W, X, Y, Z W Category: X Category: Journals having an Impact Factor. Experts groups certify that they are top, recognized journals in the subject of archival quality. Journals not having an Impact Factor Verified by HEC that they meet all HEC Journal Criteria...
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  • email essay - 276 Words
    To: Chris Cheng From: Mahalim Bin Hashim Lim Date: 8th July 2014 Subject: Draft to Professor Tan Hwee Lee Dear Mr.Cheng, Here is the draft you requested. Best, Mahalim Subject: hltan@uni.eduDear Prof. Tan, We have given careful consideration to your request for assistance in your project. We are glad to have the opportunity to participate in your study. However, for now we are not in the best condition to accommodate to your request. Eight months ago, Soundtrex underwent a major...
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  • pressure - 673 Words
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