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What´s Environmental Science

- Environmental science is the study of the environment (air, water, soil, organisms) and the solution to environmental challenges, for example, human activities. Although environmental science is common knowledge today, it was not a field of study until the 1960’s. Around this time, environmental science presented few issues in comparison to the many we face today. In the last few decades, humans have made damaging effects on the environment, like the ozone layer and global warming. Also the earth has become polluted, not only on the inside, but on the outside too....   [tags: ecology, mitigation, scientists]

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Application Essay for Dietetics Internship Program

- The most significant experience I have had in my life was coming to the United States without speaking much English, going to school, and earning the Bachelor’s degree. Living in a foreign country and going to school was very challenging, especially when I was a self-supporting student working and attending classes at the same time. I achieved it by my motivation, discipline, and flexibility, as well as the emotional supports from family and friends. Throughout the experience of living in the U.S., I have learned important aspect of life, extended understanding and respect toward other cultures, and matured greatly as a person, which I could never be accomplished if I stayed in Japan....   [tags: Admissions Essays, Application Essay]

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A Comprehensive Drug Abuse Treatment Program

- consequences, treatments typically involve many components. Effective treatments must attend to the multiple needs of the individual, not just his/her drug use. There are a number of science-based treatment modalities or approaches that can be used as part of a comprehensive drug abuse treatment program. In addition to the modality, there are other core components, such as assessment, support groups, and drug abuse monitoring programs that are essential to the entire treatment approach.” Since treatment and recovery is a long term process, professionals must be available to continually monitor and assess individual treatment response in order to account for their developing needs....   [tags: Addiction, Drug addiction, Heroin, Morphine]

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Interview With Out-of-school Program Teachers

- Out-of-school programs are often tagged as being variations of day care facilities. This is a stereo-type that the teachers and directors who lead these programs work very hard to undue. The key term to be remembered in the types of program(s) we discuss in this class is “out-of-school” and that programs striving to achieve that term in their philosophy and description are far more than babysitting services. Out-of-school programs are staffed by exceptional people who take their roles as instructors very seriously....   [tags: Interview Essays]

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The Bridges Summer Program Upon Hearing

- I was drawn to the Bridges Summer Program upon hearing about its commitment to aid students in achieving their academic and career goals. As somebody entirely anxious about the future and fretful of the transition to postsecondary education, everything about it appealed to me. Participating in the Bridges program will also help cover my tuition - something I am paying for out of my own pocket. My mother isn’t particularly supportive about my endeavor to earn a college degree - so much so that she refuses to pay a cent of my tuition....   [tags: High school, College, Standardized test]

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Statment of Purpose for Computer Science Engineering

- Journeying through the gateway of the professional world, with an associated thirst for viable solutions for challenging tasks has drifted me towards my masters program. This zeal for research made me realise that it is possible to achieve it through a graduate program at a good university. With a quest for knowing occult things which was inculcated into me during my childhood, continued unabated during my adolescence. During my schooling I had participated in a numerous number of science fairs and workshops....   [tags: academics, extracurricular, skill]

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The Ethics Of The Healthcare Science Career Pathway

- For many, success is measured by wealth and the acquisition of objects, others measure success through the power and the controls of responsibility. For me, I have a hard time defining the boundaries of success, but like perfect weather, I know when I am in it. And although I am currently the Salutatorian in the school, I find real success to be found in applying my knowledge to help others than in demonstrating it on any school assessment. At a young age, emergency and exigency forced deep and lasting familial responsibilities, but instead of seeing that obligation as a liability, I decided I would use my life to be a force for positive change....   [tags: Health care, Health care provider, Healthcare]

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My Pursuit of a Master's in Computer Science

- Statement of Purpose “The thirst for knowledge increases with the acquisition of it” –Thomas Carlyle. Our modern world would be inconceivable without computer science. From technology to enterprise administration, medicine to biological science, social and archaeological study –every area of research today need computer science for the evaluation of their facts and figures....   [tags: statement of purpose]

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Evolution Of Home Economics And The Science Of Nutrition

- The formal study and science of the nutrition of food is relatively new in the United States, originating alongside the more general department of Home Economics at the turn of the twentieth century. The changing social and cultural environments throughout the 1900s in the United States shaped the department of Home Economics and the interest in food nutrition until the two eventually became disengaged. Researchers, health experts and government agencies still study nutrition today, but interest in the field of Home Economics has waned....   [tags: Nutrition, Food, Health, United States]

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The Texas A & M Health Science Center

- Founded in 1977, the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine is located in Bryan, Texas. Texas A&M Health Science Center has notable alumni, such as Mark M. Shelton who is a specialist in infectious diseases and pediatrics AIDS in Cook Children’s Medical Center in Forth Worth. A&M has two separate applications, one being the Primary Application which focuses on the basis of the applicant. Such as MCTA scores’, GPA, community service, and etc. The Primary Application is to be submitted as early as May 3 to October 1....   [tags: Medicine, Medical school, Physician, Health care]

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Dnp Isn Phd Program Comparison

- DNP - PhD Program Comparison Advanced degrees are not always required for all upper level nursing jobs but a DNP or a PhD can help move nurses to leadership roles. The DNP degree provides graduates with the skill and tools necessary to assess the evidence gained through nursing research evaluate the impact of that research on patient care and then make changes to enhance that care. Nurses with doctorate degrees are expected to be in high demand with aging populations and health care issues there is a growing need for highly skilled nurses....   [tags: Nursing, Nurse, Academic degree]

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UNESCO Fulbright Fellowship Program Application

- I am applying to the UNESCO Fulbright Fellowship Program to work in the Bureau of Strategic Planning (BSP) within the Division of Programme, Planning, Monitoring and Reporting. As a Fulbright Fellow, I am currently working as an English Teaching Assistant at Gwangyang High School in South Korea. I recently graduated from Williams College, in Williamstown, MA, where I majored in Economics with a concentration in Africana Studies. I am qualified for the UNESCO Fulbright Fellowship because I have a diligent work ethic, experience with research and economic analysis, and I adapt easily to new environments....   [tags: Personal Statement]

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School of Nursing’s MSN Program

- With the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), we are facing a complete overhaul of our health care system in order to meet the needs of the additional 32 million Americans the system will serve. Achieving equitable access to health care for this culturally and linguistically diverse group calls for sweeping changes to our beleaguered health care system. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) in its 2010 report on the future of nursing challenges nurses to take their places as “full partners” with other health professionals in reconceiving the American health system....   [tags: Nursing Application Essay]

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Statement of Purpose for an MS in Computer Science

- ... This performance helped me in getting admission into CVR College of Engineering, for my undergraduate program which is one among the top 10 colleges under Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University. It was pure joy to learn how the Boolean logic makes computers work. In my undergraduate study I had taken up courses on Software Engineering, Computer Networks, Data Structures, JAVA, Operating Systems, Computer Graphics, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Database Management, Web Technology and Mobile Application Development....   [tags: technology, academics, experience]

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Montana State University Billings Program

- Montana State University Billings (Billings, MT) Montana State University Billings has one of the largest campus populations in the state with more than 4,900 students in attendance. The campus sits on 100 acres of land located in downtown Billings. The university’s online platform, MSUB Online, offers more than 200 classes online spanning 5 academic colleges. The campus has hosted several TEDx Talks with speakers including several local educators, leaders and musicians. Montana State University Billings offers a variety of associate’s, baccalaureate, master’s and certificate programs via MSUB Online....   [tags: Academic degree, University, Doctorate]

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Cyber Security Field Of The Computer Science

- To: Incoming Computer Science Students From: Christopher Beberness Subject: Vulnerability Assessment Analysis Date: October 8, 2016 Purpose The vulnerability assessment is used in the cyber security field of the computer science. The purpose of this report template is to effectively convey information conducted from a penetration test on a company’s network. Background The vulnerability assessment report is comprised of any exploit or possible weaknesses found in a company’s network while conducting a penetration test as well as a level of risk and how it can be addressed [2]....   [tags: Computer security, Computer, Security]

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Statement of Purpose for a Masters in Computer Science

- I, Likhitha, have been fascinated by the advancements in technology and innovations. Since my schooling, I have been inclined towards problem solving; this made me to opt for sciences – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in my high school education. Gradually I was introduced to one of the most ingenious human innovations: the computer. Soon I was attracted to the fact that it has a major role to play in the contemporary world. My interest in them propelled me to learn language packages like C, C++, J2SE and advanced Java, and also take up the courses on Oracle, MySQL, HTML and MATLAB....   [tags: education, goals, research]

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My Community Service Fellowship Program

- The rain started pouring outside on a humid summer day. It was my first night volunteering at the Crib, a homeless youth shelter in Chicago, as part of my community service fellowship. As the youth started entering the shelter, I heard a shriek coming from the main room, which doubled as the sleeping quarter. Rushing to the room, I saw rainwater seeping in through the door crack and within minutes the room was flooded. When this happened I looked around at the tired faces of the youth, with sweats running down their faces, having to endure the unbearable humidity as they waited for their sleeping quarter to be cleaned up....   [tags: Homelessness, Poverty, Medicine, Medical school]

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My Journey as a Professor of Computer Science

- The year was 1989. I was a new mother of a 1 year old and was on leave from my job as a teacher. My husband and I were at a birthday party where we had a chance meeting that changed the course of my career forever. We were having a nice talk with a young father at the party when the conversation came around to what I did for a living. I mentioned that I taught Spanish and English but was on leave right now. Well, it turned out that he was the dean in charge of hiring Spanish language faculty at my local community college and was in need of adjunct faculty....   [tags: Educational Goals]

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My Journey as a Professor of Computer Science

- I am a first generation born American and was raised in New York City by a family from Puerto Rico. After I finished my first semester in 10th grade, my family moved to back to Puerto Rico. In Puerto Rico I was enrolled in a high school where all textbooks were written in and classes were taught, in Spanish. While I spoke Spanish, I had to learn how to read and write in this language quickly. Meanwhile, my continued mastery of the English language suffered since I was now taking Spanish for native speakers and English classes for students who spoke it as a second language....   [tags: Occupational Issues]

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Statement of Purpose for a Masters in Computer Science

- STATEMENT OF PURPOSE Computers in technological development demand more efficient networking. In a very short period it has changed the way we have looked at things since centuries. It is one industry that is going to shape our future for centuries to come Coming from a background of Electronics and Communication Engineering, I have developed an interest to probe into the area of Networking and Computer Networks. Hence I wish to do Masters in Computer Science (CS) as my major. My interest in Computers dates back to early days of my high school....   [tags: education, electronics, skills]

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A Brief Note On The Technology Of Computer Science

- Women in Technology Computer science is, in comparison to most sciences, a relatively new field starting as early as the 1930’s for military based projects and eventually adapting in the early 1980’s to the personal computers we have today. If we were to look into a “brief history of computers starting with the 1950’s we would see huge series of cathode tubes and switches taking up entire rooms. These computers were designed for military intelligence and predominantly comprised of computing long calculations run by paper punch cards and manual switches.” (Ceruzzi pg....   [tags: Computer, Programming language, Computing]

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My Passion in the Field of Computer Science

- I am applying to the MS degree in computer science. My passion in the field of computer science dates back to the days when my father bought me my first computer while I was in 5th grade. From then on it was no looking back. I scored very high in computer science during my pre-university schooling that got me admission to one of Karnataka’s most reputed colleges. I continued my superior academic performance with a distinction in every semester. My decision to apply for a graduate education is based on my goal to work in the industry or academia and through this be able to contribute to society....   [tags: statement of purpose]

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Science And Mechanical Engineering : My Future

- Dreams Do you remember what it felt like to be a teen and wonder what your future would become. That is right where I am at. As a freshman in high school, I have begun thinking about what my future in life will be. Which school, what career path, and where. All of these options are very overwhelming. At the moment, I would like to follow the path of engineering, manufacturing, and technology, and pursue college degrees in computer science and mechanical engineering. In order to achieve my dream, I can use background career knowledge, ACT test requirements, and habits designed to help you get to where you want to go....   [tags: Engineering, Mechanical engineering, Proactive]

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Computer Forensyc Science

- As the internet continues growing day by day, so are the numbers of crimes which are committed either with or against computers. “According to the Norton Cybercrime Report 2011 more than two thirds of online adults (69 percent) have been a victim of cybercrime in their lifetime. Every second 14 adults become a victim of cybercrime, resulting in more than one million cybercrime victims every day” (Symantec). The same way real world crimes occur, cyber world crimes occur in the same fashion. Another shocking statistic from the same report states, “...an annual price of $388 billion globally based on financial losses and time lost, cybercrime costs the world significantly more than the global b...   [tags: fighting and investigating cyber crimes]

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Science And Project Operation And Managerial Skills

- Statement of Purpose As the saying goes, every medicament has side-effect. With the development of economics and the improvement of people 's living conditions, medical science has given special emphasis on how to improve human’s physique and intellectual development, not merely staying on disease treatment. It is my conviction to make healthy changes to the lifestyles of my family members and contribute to constructing successful aging for the sake of social sustainable development, which makes the specialized and advanced graduate training in human nutrition become crucially important at present stage for me....   [tags: Nutrition, Health, Food, Medicine]

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What is the Importance of Science in the Internet World?

- Introduction The internet has emanated a very extensive means within our world today. The aforementioned has modernized the communication industry and the computer akin to anything in the past. The things that have established the juncture for this exceptional assimilation of aptitudes are the telephone, telegraph, radio, and the computer. People across the world could communicate with one another without regard as to where they are located. The internet is an apparatus for information to scatter widely through networks....   [tags: Technology ]

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The Science Is Improving Every Single Days

- We are born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Through our love and friendship can we create the illusion of the moment that we are not alone.” quoted by Orson Welles, the American actor. We are living in 21st century. The science is improving every single days. We can not stop the evolution of science and humans. In July 5 1998, scientists created successfully Dolly sheep the first mammal cloned Human cloning will divide human society. They believe that human cloning can help some families which lost a child from diseases or accidents....   [tags: Cloning, Human cloning, Primate, Human]

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Studying Computer Science for Higher Education

- Computer science has evolved productively ever since the first computer systems were first manufactured. Ever since I received my first computer I have been always fascinated on how the computer works, and the mechanics behind computers. The second important mechanic linked to the computer is the internet, the internet is essential for today’s society, the way we share our personal life to browsing websites. The internet is that important, the United Nations has declared internet access as a Human right....   [tags: internet, programming, language]

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Information Technology And Social Science Industries

- Information Technology and Social Science industries have introduced new aspects of how organizations can service their clients, employees, and its organization better in today’s business culture. With this new information organizations can better understand the social sociology and psychology needs of their clients and employees. Transformation is a continual process to keeping up with the constant changes in business. In response to the constant changes, businesses are met with challenges, such as, increased competition, globalization, and advanced information technology....   [tags: Sociology, Education, Business school, Law]

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Review of a Library and Information Science Periodical

- The institution I chose to profile is REFORMA, the National Association to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish-Speaking. The organization is an affiliate of the American Library Association. REFORMA was established in 1971 by Arnulfo Trejo. Its work is increasingly relevant because of the growing numbers of Spanish-speaking immigrants and residents in the United States. As REFORMA expanded its activities to meet the needs of this population, it grew to encompass twenty-six chapters nationwide (“Home,” “Who We Are”)....   [tags: Business Review]

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Technological Influences on Early Science Fiction

- Science fiction is filled with a wide variety of technologies. Sometimes the technology presented is merely a transposition of existing technologies into the story. At other times, the author takes existing technologies and extrapolates potential novel technology with uncanny accuracy. In both cases, existing technologies have an obvious impact upon the author. Written during the first generation of electronic computers, Starman Jones (1953) and "A Logic Named Joe" (1946) provide excellent examples of both these cases....   [tags: Technology ]

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The Matrix Is A Science Fiction And Special Effects

- The Matrix is a 1999 action film, noted for its science fiction and special effects, about the life of an individual who has been chosen to discover the truth of the world he lived in and eventually save all humanity from the enslavement of their minds in the Matrix. The story begins with an average computer programmer, named Thomas Anderson, who begins to notice strange occurrences as he dabbles in deeper into the secretive life of computer hacking and illegal software encryption through the nickname ‘Neo’....   [tags: Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, Theravada]

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Motivation Letter: Seeking a Master of Science

- ... Also, I was very involved in conferences and meetings with young people to talk about climate change. In the scouts we did forums and chat under the stars about how to change the world. But I realized that we repeated the same as everyone said and If We really wanted to make a change we would improve our academic and intellectual preparation. Specially, if I wanted to work with nutrition and climate change I would learn many more things, so I decided to study a simultaneous bachelor: I chose Food chemistry....   [tags: voluteering experience, oaxaca]

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Going Into The Field Of Electrical And Computer Science

- Deciding what career you want to partake in life is defiantly not a straightforward task. One has to choose something they love to do because, in most situations, they will be in that career field for the rest of their life. This is why it is very important to choose something that you love to do and have a passion for. If you treasure the job you have, then you will live a much happier life. In my case, I am deciding to go into the field of electrical and computer science because it is something that is close to my heart....   [tags: Engineering, Electrical engineering]

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Technology And Science Of Search Engine Positioning

- As search engines and directories have increased in number, sophistication, and complexity, so too have the art and science of search engine positioning. Existing search engines and directories are constantly changing their search engine algorithms and striking new alliances, and new search engines are emerging. Search engines have evolved from academic and research tools with intriguing names like Archie, Gopher, Veronica, and Jughead to some of the most-visited sites on the Web (still with novel names like Yahoo....   [tags: World Wide Web, Internet, File Transfer Protocol]

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Evaluation Of The Kentucky Kindergarten Science Standards

- Rationale This Impact Project was designed to teach the following Kentucky kindergarten science standards: K-PS3-1. Make observations to determine the effect of sunlight on Earth’s surface. K-PS3-2. Use tools and materials to design and build a structure that will reduce the warming effect of sunlight on an area. In addition to the two above standards, maintaining a year long learning of the following standard: K-ESS2-1. Use and share observations of local weather conditions to describe patterns over time....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School]

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Applied Behavior Analysis And Clinical Science

- Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science Statement of Purpose Since as far back as I could remember, I knew I wanted to make a difference. I remember being the little girl that never wanted to take more than the other children. I remember being the girl that always put others before herself, especially those who were less fortunate than I was. While children my age were busy playing Simon Says in our neighborhood, I was making a difference volunteering throughout the community. The most memorable and impactful experience that I can remember, is volunteering at Give Kids the World....   [tags: Psychology, Behavior, Applied behavior analysis]

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Computer Science At Advant Medicare Ltd

- Back then in 90’s when I was a kid, life was undergoing major transformations around the world with technology touching upon all aspects, moments and lives in some way or the other. Computers were the big thing. Engineering for me is an answer to real life problems, a way to create solutions to make our everyday lives easier, an art to invent what has never existed before and at this day. With this fascination for technology I pursued my under-graduate study of Bachelor in Technology with majors in Computer Science from University Institute of Engineering Technology, Kurukshetra University....   [tags: Management, Learning, Bachelor's degree, The Work]

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I Am Passionate About Science

- "Everyone has an idea. But it 's really about executing the idea and attracting other people to help you work on the idea." - Dorsey. I am passionate about the ideas stuck in my head and dream to give them a shape by doing further research and study in related fields, which makes me ‘a student to the end of my days’: the obvious direction being curiosity towards exploration. Academic Background: Fortunately, I had a good early education and as I grew, my interests and ability were inclined towards the physical nature of the universe....   [tags: Data analysis, Business intelligence, Data mining]

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My First Computer Science Project

- Computers and I became friends at a very early age – earlier than one could imagine in the 80’s. The fact that my father was so close to computers germinated an interest inside me as well. I was astonishingly amazed by the kind of games one could play on Intel 8064 chips addressed with just 32kb of RAM. I vaguely remember my struggle with finishing the last level of space commander on my computer. At last, I was able to because I knew that the spaceship was going to come from the diagonal. That one spaceship I feel as if it has carried me for all these years....   [tags: Computer, Software engineering, Computer graphics]

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Texas Women’s Health Program

- The Texas Women’s Health Program has start off on a foot of controversial opinions, personal ideals, and questionable authority, and with these comes thousands of critiques, arguments, and overall complaints for the program as a whole. The two prominent sides to this story, those who are for the bill and those who are not, both have their own motives and reasons for their beliefs, and I am not different. Biases exist in any opinion, and they become more evident in accordance to how controversial that opinion is, yet I will try my best to break down arguments to their core evidence to best formulate and improve my own opinion....   [tags: morality, bias, abortion]

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The Role of Mental Variation in Cognitive Science

- The Role of Mental Variation in Cognitive Science ABSTRACT: What is the role of mental variation in cognitive science. I will attempt to answer this question by dividing it into two separate questions: (1) what role does mental variation already (or implicitly) play in cognitive science. and (2) would cognitive science benefit by inquiring (explicitly) into the role of mental variation. I will attempt to show that mental variation already plays an important (though not always explicit) role in cognitive science....   [tags: Cognitive Sciences Scientific Essays]

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C&T Learning: Literacy Education Program Designed to Help Kids Who Struggle with Reading

- C&T Learning is a literacy educational program designed to help children who are behind in their reading level or to help children who are below their expected reading level. C&T Learning consultant will provide a comprehensive learning analysis and approach to children who have struggled in their reading skills, for example a 5th grader who reads at a 2nd grade level. The program includes, music, physical attraction, English, writing, and reading. C&T learning will follow an academic curriculum based on current trends to personal lifestyle of the children by encouraging them to read at home, and parents will be playing a critical role in achieving our goal of having every chil...   [tags: early childhood education, elementary education]

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Program Outcomes are Expected Performance and Achievements from Graduates

- Program Outcomes When developing curriculum at the program level ensure that the outcomes are clear statements of performance and expected achievements from graduates which are reflected in program outcome statements. “Program outcomes are statements that describe what learners will know and be able to do when they graduate from a program” ("Building curriculum at," 2012). Program outcomes should include three basic elements: vocational standards, essential employability skills, and general education requirements and should describe significant and durable learning objectives of what the learner will be able to demonstrate at the end of the program....   [tags: standards, nursing, professional]

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Cash Grants

- Consider the compact of co-responsibility between the government and recipients. What is needed to make the compact work. Progresa had the goal of increasing the basic capabilities of extremely poor people in rural Mexico (Levine, 2007, p.67). Progresa is a program developed by the government of Mexico in 1997, and was implemented by President Ernesto Zedillo. With the help of Santiago Levy who was an economist, Progresa was developed to help break the cycle of poverty in Mexico. In order for the compact to work between the government and the recipients, a change had to take place from the governments’ standpoint....   [tags: Mexican Government, The Cash Program]

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Design Of An Mba Program

- Sabanci University Faculty of Management, which opened its doors only in the fall of 1999 to its students, is a newly established institution, therefore so is the SU-MBA Program. Benefiting from being a relatively fresh program SU-MBA had the latest of information about the business world and comparative insights from other MBA programs, of which the number is quite large in the current market. The aim of this paper is to (1) compare and contrast the ontological and epistemological assumptions, (2) amount of experiential learning and (3) job opportunities created of the current and designed SU-MBA Program, also (4) to understand how it has positioned itself with other MBA programs....   [tags: MBA Business Administration Education]

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Model-based Reasoning in Model-Checking for the Examination of Software Systems

- Challenging issues in theoretical computer science arise in connection with the problem of detecting undesired behaviours among software potential executions and removing them. Model checking (Baier and Katoen 2008), a leading formal method devoted to this purpose, enables one to examine computational systems by means of a formal model of the system and of an algorithm that searches throughout the model for desired/undesired behaviours. This paper analyses model checking as an instantiation, in the computer science field, of the model-based reasoning approach characterizing the examination of complex empirical systems....   [tags: Computer Science]

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Critique of the Vacant Sky: The End of the Manned Space Program?

- Critique of the Vacant Sky: The End of the Manned Space Program. Since the creation of this nation, the United States has continued to break boundaries. War after war the United States established itself as the protector of justice. In the midst of the cold war, an unprecedented political standoff, the United States broke the barrier once more. Intellectual curiosity coupled with enmity toward the Soviet Union lead to the Space Race. The fervor for putting a man on the moon was unparalleled. The quintessential Aeronautics protagonist, John F Kennedy once proclaimed to congress, “This nation should commit itself to achieving the goal…of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to t...   [tags: nasa, budget]

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National Ocean Service And Climate Research Program

- Given the examples provided thus far, the Republican position on environmental education, and environmental policies, in general, should be clear. Nonetheless, President Obama has been working to further environmental protection policies, and actively opposes the passing of legislation that would hinder environmental progress against CC, such as the FY 2016 funding (Statement of Administrations Policy H.R. 2578 2015): “The Administration strongly opposes House passage of H.R. 2578… The bill drastically underfunds critical investments in research and development… earth science research that is helping us understand how our climate is changing… the Administration opposes the funding levels pro...   [tags: Climate change, Global warming]

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Peru Study Abroad Program : Service, Solidarity, Sustainability

- The Peru Study Abroad Program: Service, Solidarity, Sustainability, was a cultural event that took place on October 10, 2016 from 7:30-8:30pm. Those who spoke at the event were students who had taken the service trip to Peru on their spring break this past year. There were five students who qualified for the expedition including Alexis, Alex, Colleen, Donald, and Megan. They all spoke English, but know Spanish as a second language. An interpreter was not needed. The cultural event took place in Hailstones room 2 and it was presented by a group of students of various majors including nursing and political science....   [tags: Peru, Inca Empire, Cusco, Peruvian cuisine]

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John F. Kennedy and the Apollo Space Program

- Where would our country be today if Neil Armstrong never took that trip to space and walked on the moon. President John F. Kennedy's announcement on May 25, 1961 that his goal was to send an American safely to the moon and back to earth before the end of the decade possessed his qualities as a visionary leader. First we will discuss who John F. Kennedy was, why he was an effective visionary leader and identify the key team players in the Apollo Space Program who put the first man on the moon. C....   [tags: placing a man on the moon]

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The Energy And Environmental Policy Track Of The Mpp Program

- I’m applying for the Energy and Environmental Policy track of the MPP program. I feel it is essential to explain how I get to this position and why I decide to persuade this specific graduate degree. My journey of persuading an advanced degree in environmental/ energy-related degree can be summarized as a progress of focusing my vision from wide down to a pinpoint. The first major progress to narrow down my academic interest come in high school where I decide to go do some searches in the library after reading another news in three gorges dam controversy....   [tags: Economics, Sociology, Sustainability]

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The Discovery And Development Of The Pharmacy Program At The University Of Pune

- I always wondered if the greatest minds were born with curiosity or if their inquisitive nature developed over time. As for me, I was born curious. Nature has always fascinated me and my intimate play with it increased as I grew. At an early age of seven my interest in biological processes itself developed, which eventually grew with time into field of drug discovery and development. Even now, as a graduate student, my curiosity drives my desire to contribute to the field of drug discovery and development....   [tags: Chemistry, Molecule, DNA, Computational chemistry]

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Application Essay to The Financial Risk Management Program

- STATEMENT OF PURPOSE My short-term goal is to help a firm manage its financial risk by developing and applying effective risk management strategies. My long term goal is to lead an enterprise wide risk management program for a multi-national company. My experiences in IT Risk Services, Accounting Audit and Structured Finance Advisory Services at the Big Four firms helped shape my career goal and created a strong fascination for Financial Risk Management. These experiences taught me how risks affect organizations....   [tags: Personal Statement]

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Personal Statement : My First Computer Program

- I wrote my first computer program when I was 14, it was a budgeting tool that I had written in “C” language for my mother to log in her daily expenses. My interest in computers led me to an undergraduate degree in engineering focusing on computer science. I worked 4 years of my career in web-development specializing in intranet portals and applications. The tools that I created were used to make business decisions, this got me interested in the functional aspect of business, and I was drawn to the increased responsibility and direct involvement in the decision making process that a management role offers....   [tags: Management consulting, Management, Computer]

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Application Essay for the MSFA Program in the University of San Francisco

- Shanghai Stock Exchange was established on 1990, and at the same year, I was born. 18 years later, I started my bachelor degree in the Business School of Shanghai Normal University. There was a 2+2 exchange program between the Shanghai Normal University and Weber State University which is located in Ogden, Utah. So I attended this program without hesitation since it was truly a good opportunity to study finance and economics internationally. After graduated from Weber State University, I decided to come to the Great Bay Area since, I believe, the finance and economy of this region is outstandingly strong and steady....   [tags: education, finance, goal]

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The Impact Of Social Security On The United States ' Retirement Program

- Amidst the challenging times of the Great Depression, Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act of 1935, a revolutionary law regarding the United States’ retirement program. The program was a huge victory for the retired and the working class alike. Ida May Fuller, a woman from Brattleboro, Vermont, became the first Social Security recipient receiving benefits totaling $22,888.92 after contributing only $22.54 (Schieber & Shoven, 1999). Today, the Act remains successful by giving national assistance and retirement aid to our nation’s elderly....   [tags: George W. Bush, Barack Obama, United States]

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The 's Never Let Me Go A Program

- Since the beginning of time man has been infatuated with the idea of pushing the human body to its limits. The Guinness Book of World Records, the Olympics, the Space program, and more are all dedicated to celebrating Humans that push these boundaries. In the age of technology and scientific advancement ideas that once seemed like science fiction are now a reality. In order to push these constraints to human evolution, ethics and morals have been pushed aside. In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, plays God by bringing his creature to life....   [tags: Frankenstein, Mary Shelley, Creator deity]

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Statment of Intents for MS Program in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering

- ... This is where I grew to finally understand that mere fascination is not enough. Rather than fascinate me, I must say that my time as a trainee there had humbled me. Computational methods, for the lack of perfect analytical solutions, were the key to designing any engineering product, for which safety and cost effectiveness are critically important. I had become involved, along with other students hailing from different parts of the country, in a mini project that aimed at designing a supersonic nozzle using the method of characteristics....   [tags: goal, education, extra-curriculars ]

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The Human Resource Management And Employment Relations Program

- As the majority of people who are born and raised in China, I was accustomed to the rote learning technique, a quiet classroom and spoon fed teaching. However, after spending one month in Germany as an exchange student while in middle school, I was no longer afraid of public speaking and presentations. Instead, began to enjoy sharing information with my classmates and evening asking the teacher questions during the class. My participation in the Summer Camp at the University of Bridgeport in the United States allowed me to experience an interactive and vibrant classroom atmosphere featuring creative brainstorming sessions, heated group discussions and various case studies....   [tags: Human resource management, Human resources]

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The Importance Of Professionalism At A Doctor Of Physical Therapy Degree Program

- Professionalism in the context of being a student in a doctor of physical therapist degree program begins with a basic understanding of physical therapy. In order for a student to be professional they must remember what their responsibilities are as a future treating professional. By this part of the application process most Doctorate of physical therapy (DPT) applicants have become aware of fundamental necessities that treating patients entails. The first major hurdle, they have a hard time asking for help when it is needed, honesty is a very important trait to understanding professionalism....   [tags: Physical therapy]

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My Personal Statement On School Robotics Program

- It was late August maybe early September, my family and I had moved again. This time to Indiana where I attended a small elementary school. I hit it off immediately with the other kids and found my self immersed in the schools Robotics program. The only black kid on the team I stood out, somewhat like a fish out of water. In addition being voted as the team captain made me feel welcomed. We won first place that year, as well as third place the following semester in Science Olympia. It was a humbling yet empowering experience....   [tags: High school, Middle school, College]

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Gender Differences and the Threat of Gender Stereotype in Science Education

- ... He concludes that most of these studies on the academic achievement of the two genders had many major limitations because they were “one-shot research designs,” and there were different measurements used in the samples which allowed for more generalizations to be made, rather than actual measurements (Bursal, 2013, p. 1152). The First International Science Study in 1970-71 and the Second International Science Study in 1983-84, both performed in more than twenty countries, found that boys performed better than girls in the area of science (Bursal, 2013, p....   [tags: girls go to Language Arts and boys to math]

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The War After War Since 1980

- Iraq has been at war since 1980. War after war. These devastating wars have made my country one of the worst in the world in many aspects. Of course, they have influenced the life of each and every person living there. I have seen the war and all of the crippling effects that the war could leave behind. From destroyed cites to desperate people that have no hope to rebuild their country and their lives. It affected me personally and shaped my personality. When I see this pessimistic and dark atmosphere, I feel there should be some people that can with their talents, change Iraq for the better....   [tags: Software engineering, Computer science, Science]

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Why I Chose My Master 's Program

- From junior high school, I developed a strong interest in Life Sciences. My parents gave me a microscope as a birthday gift when I was 13. I collected all kinds of cells which could be observed with optical microscopy excitedly. I could observe the wall separation with purple onion scales cells over and over again for a whole afternoon. In my high school period, I participated in the biological competition and learned more mysteries of Life Sciences. At that time, I felt life science was the most amazing thing because principles are so simple and logical, but all phenomena are so complex that you might never predict....   [tags: Cancer, Breast cancer, Gene expression, Gene]

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Application for the M.S. Program at the University of Southern California

- Statement of Purpose My decision to apply for a M.S. program at University of Southern California is driven by my aspirations to pursue a research career in the field of Electrical Engineering. This field interests me because of its formal and rigorous mathematical nature and it’s wide-ranging. Nietzsche once opined, "There are no facts only interpretations". This fits in aptly to modern day researchers. It’s only when we look beyond the obvious facts, reason out the impossible, and work towards a deeper understanding, that we go a step further and start proving or disproving; that is the true interpretation and that is what helps us constantly challenge the boundaries of knowledge....   [tags: engineering, college, mathematical, project]

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Application For The Position Of A Academic Program Support Officer

- I enthusiastically appreciate the opportunity to make an application for the advertised position of ‘Academic Program Support Officer’ at USQ. My prior work history involves 10 years of administrative, technical and client service roles including: • Multiple positions within USQ providing administrative and technical support to students and staff in various capacities in accordance with USQ policies and procedures; • Three years at Big W where I implemented procedures for the management and operation of the photo lab after which I was awarded the 2013 Employee of the Year award for my exceptional customer service delivery; • Several years successfully managing my own business; • And multi...   [tags: Customer service, Technical support, University]

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Engineering Student Entry Letter to Master´s Program

- ... I proliferate my engineering skills by my internships experience which I took in three large industries. My first internship was at Karachi shipyard & Engineering Works where I gained experience for Repair and Maintenance (Corrective and Planned) of marine machinery and equipment including Diesel Engine and Generators. There I also experienced the manufacturing of Chinese class ship F-22 P built for Pakistan Navy. My Second internship was at K-Electric (formerly KESC) Bin Qasim Thermal Power Plant which is the biggest power plant yet installed by K-Electric....   [tags: Pakistan, Germany, College]

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Science Curriculum in New York

- Science Curriculum in New York Researching the US National Standards of Science Education and the New York State Science Standards gave our group valuable information about any science curriculum in New York State. We searched the Web and the New York State Standards for Mathematics, Science, and Technology booklet. Conducting an interview with both Ethanie Holl, kindergarten teacher, and Dr. LaChance, professor, were also very helpful. To start with here is a list of principles that guided the National Science Education Standards (NSES)....   [tags: Education School Essays]

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Opinion Leadership Behaviors Towards Gm Science

- Participants asked list of six questions related to opinion leadership behaviors towards GM science. Tables 2 display participants’ personal perceptions of their opinion leadership behaviors related to GM science. Using a five-point bipolar response scale (1 = Low, 5 = High), responses to all six items within a GM science issue and the total was summed and averaged to create an overall perception of issue opinion leadership score for GM science. Respondents were asked to indicate the source or entity in which to learn more about GM science topics (Figure 1)....   [tags: Leadership, Psychology, Learning]

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Why I Want to Study a M.Sc. in Computer Science

- ... Reasons for Studying MSc in Computer Science The character of undergraduate study does not provide enough spans for individual expression while rapidly advancing technology requires mastery of particular areas. My undergraduate education has provided a detailed coverage to the various specialties available in Computer Science, thus motivating my interest in advance study. Afterwards I learned about the Masters in Computer Science, through which I can put the best use of my talent. The MSC will fortify my understanding of aspects in Computer Science and provide me with broadened exposure to the intricacies of working in the developing companies of my country as well as in the related int...   [tags: statement of purpose]

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The Self and the Sacred: Family and Consumer Science Majors

- The term community defined means a group of individuals socially connected through common interest, culture, or locality. In-groups and out-groups are a distinct characteristic of every community, because they allow for an individual to feel, to some degree, a sense of belonging or familiarity. When deciding within recent months to declare a major in Family and Consumer Sciences, unbeknownst to myself, I was joining an innovative community of Family and Consumer Science Majors. Seeking to complete degree requirements, friendship and rack up on some much needed community service hours; I decided to become a member of Winthrop’s Family and Consumer Science professional organization, WINFAC...   [tags: Education]

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Careers in Computer Science and Programming

- Careers in Computer Science and Programming In the year 1995, our family received their first ever computer. It was a Pentium I with a 75 MHz processor, 64 MB ram, a 16x CD-Rom, a 5-gigabyte hard drive, and Windows 95 operating system. I thought it was the coolest thing man has come to know. It had games, and a completely new world called the internet. Not only could you talk to people from all around the world, but also you could watch streaming videos, view pictures, and send e-mails with attached files....   [tags: Technology Jobs Essays]

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Personal Statement :Seeking a Master of Science Degree

- ... It taught me a valuable lesson on the importance of patience when trying to solve problems. Another important project I worked on was on limiting the duplication of personal data on the internet. We achieved this by having just one set of data, of which different subsets could be accessed by client applications with different access levels. Being able to demonstrate the proof of concept was a rewarding experience. In the summer after my sophomore year at college, I was selected from among hundreds of applicants to intern at the Electronics and Radar Development Establishment(LRDE), a government research lab....   [tags: India, Programing]

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Degree Of Science For Nursing And Associate 's Degree

- Bachelors of Science in nursing and Associate’s Degree Nursing both lead to RN, however, there are many differences. Associate degree education opened nursing education to abroad student population the existence of three entry level educational programs diploma, associate and baccalaureate degree all leading to registered nurse licensure. Associate degree nursing is trained mostly on clinical skills and it can be community based setting of 2 years program. Associate degree program takes only two years to achieve and has a reduced tuition fee compared to Baccalaureate nursing program....   [tags: Academic degree, Bachelor's degree]

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The Future of Small Science

- The Future of Small Science In the last few years, nanotechnology has become a craze within the science community, even though its almost completely theoretical nature makes it an industry of potential, rather than results. But in the United States, faith in its future, backed by a government four-year plan to spend $3.7 billion on nanotechnology research, a host of entrepreneurial businesses have sprung up with “nano” written somewhere in their mission statements. Basically defined only as the manipulation of particles on the nano scale (i.e., extremely small), the fundamental science for nanotechnology has been around since 1918, when physicist Max Planck helped create the theories of qu...   [tags: Nanoscience Technology Essays]

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The Philosophy of Cognitive Science

- The Philosophy of Cognitive Science Psychophysical dualism — the distinction between mind and body — is the counterposition between essentially irreducible elements: the mind and body. Such a dualism implies the main ontological problem of the philosophy of cognitive science and philosophy of mind: the mind-body problem (MBP). The dualism and the referred-to problem has been insistently discussed in the philosophical tradition and several solutions have been proposed. Such solutions are properly philosophical or require a scientific approach....   [tags: Neurology Psychology Papers]

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Notorios Women in the Science World: Marie Sklodowska Curie

- Both a remarkably intelligent and profound female in the science world, Marie Skłodowska Curie changed the way science would be looked at in the future. Curie discovered the elements radium and polonium, as well as administering ground-breaking research in radioactivity. Both a chemist and a physicist, Curie won an extent of awards and honors in multiple fields. Curie set the stage for many years of boundless discoveries. Born to Bronisława née Boguska and Władysław Skłodowski on November 7 1867 in Warsaw, Kingdom of Poland, Marie Sklodowska Curie was one of five children....   [tags: chemist, physicist, radium, polonium]

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Nancy Walsh : A Leader At The Denver Museum Of Nature And Science

- Leaders come in all shapes and sizes. They are part of many industries and fields; they have diverse jobs and goals. Nancy Walsh is a leader at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. She works the programs and partnerships for the museum. Nancy Walsh has worked in many jobs and it has shaped the leader that she is today. It is through her experience that she is an amazing leader that is inspiring and passionate. Nancy Walsh was born in New York City. She’s the third of five kids in an Irish Catholic family....   [tags: Leadership, Skill, W. E. B. Du Bois, Management]

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