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The Field Of Science And Biology For My Undergraduate Studies

- The field of science has always been of particular appeal to me. The human body, how it works, and the different determinants that can affect one 's health or a community as a whole have always been intriguing to me and that 's why I pursued the study of science and biology for my undergraduate studies. Enrolling in college, my objective was to emerge with knowledge and experience that could both be beneficial to me, the community and on a larger scale the world that I live in. Through the several courses, volunteering work and research experience I came to realize that a career in healthcare was the best path for me to outreach my community and the world....   [tags: Health care, Health, Public health, Surgery]

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Animal Use For Addiction Science : A Module Will Be Designed By Drs

- Animal Use in Addiction Science - This module will be designed by Drs. John Streicher, Glenn Stevenson and Edward Bilsky and will be performed at UNE, targeted to the middle- or high-school level. Students will be able to observe ongoing studies in the laboratories of the Principal Investigators that include drug self-administration, drug discrimination learning, place conditioning, tolerance/dependence, and agonist/antagonist interactions, to name a few. We will provide student groups with the collected raw data and work with them on how to analyze/graph the data and interpret the results....   [tags: High school, Middle school, Drug addiction]

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The Training Course For Arras College Of Health Science

- Alobeiwi was born on October 17, 1985, in Az Zulfi city, Saudi Arabia. He graduated from high school in 2003 with honors. For his effort, the General Directorate of Education at Az Zulfi reward him an English language course in the summer with two weeks training in Az Zufli General Hospital. During the training course Alobeiwi visited all the hospital departments, clinics, and talked with doctors & other staff about their jobs. By completion that course Alobeiwi saw himself in the healthcare profession....   [tags: Leadership, Management, Academic degree]

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Teaching An English Teacher : Humanities & Social Science

- I am keen to apply for the recently advertised position of Teacher – Humanities & Social Science and provide this letter of introduction and accompanying CV to assess my suitability for the role.  Professional Knowledge.... My ability to facilitate student learning through experimenting with different approaches (National Professional Standards for Teachers), allows all students to maximise educational outcomes, and within this context, my success was reflected recently, while at Dalyellup College, over a 10-week period, when I relieved a teacher with a knee injury to ensure that the learning outcomes were achieved for her Year 7 class....   [tags: Education, Psychology, Learning, Knowledge]

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The Science behind Human Space Travel over Time

- With our never ending discovery of the universe, and the galaxies and planets within it, humans have had the urge to explore other worlds. The purpose of this exploration is to find planets similar to Earth, answering the question: Are we alone in the universe. In this essay, I will be comparing the space travel of today to space travel of the future and the science behind how these forms of travel work and how one form is more effective than the other. I will also be stating the pros and cons of each form of space travel....   [tags: space, travel, future, shuttle, wrap, drive]

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Personal Statement : Science Quizzes And Co Curricular Activities

- As a child, the most fascinating incident which planted the first seeds of medicine into my brain was a renal transplant performed on one of my close relatives. This incident not only proved my assumption that only inanimate objects were reparable wrong, but also inspired me to choose medicine as my one and only career choice. My aspiration to be of service to humanity in conjunction with my belief that human race is safeguarded from infinite diseases by white-coated medical professionals, right from cradle to grave, shaped my personal ambition to become a doctor....   [tags: Physician, Medicine, Health care, Medical school]

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Analysis Of Bem 3101 : Assessing Environmental Science

- BEM 3101 Assessing Environmental Science Research Paper Stephen Mabson Columbia Southern University Student ID: 208941 I. Introduction What was discovered but ignored over 100 years ago has now become a potential problem that is rapidly leading us to an environmental crisis today. Life as we know it is threatened by poor decisions we continue to make regarding our planet. A society so dependent upon convenience and technology we are now coming to the realization that our comfortable lifestyles come at high price....   [tags: United States Environmental Protection Agency]

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Personal Statement : Science Quizzes And Co Curricular Activities

- As a kid, the most fascinating incident which planted the first seeds of medicine into my brain was a renal transplant performed on one of my close relatives. This incident not only proved my assumption that only inanimate objects were reparable wrong, but also played a strengthening role in my decision to make Medicine as my one and only career choice. My aspiration to be of service to humanity in conjunction with my belief that human race is safeguarded from infinite diseases by white-coated medical professionals, right from cradle to grave, shaped my personal ambition to become a doctor....   [tags: Physician, Medicine, Health care, Medical school]

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My Major Is Health Science ( Health Policy )

- My major is Health Science (Health Policy) and with this major, it is so broad that I believe I can do many things with it. I believe this major focuses on administration jobs whether it is at hospital, clinical, or school settings. By writing this legislation and acknowledging these steps of implementing, it will help with my future job such as administrating in a school setting in terms of providing healthier food and beverages and/or physical activity. My other option would to work in hospital setting under pediatric or my route could be completely different and work with adults and create or implement a policy that promote health and wellness....   [tags: Nutrition, Obesity, Health, Medicine]

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Invasive Species Of A Science Fiction Movie Right? Wrong !

- Foreign species from a far away land invading American soil and causing great amounts of destruction. Sounds like something out of a science fiction movie right. Wrong. Invasive species exist in the world and are a very real threat to the American citizens ' way of life. The nations culture, resources, economic growth, waterways, forest’s s and even as personal as citizens backyard are all at risk of being damaged beyond repair. Invasive species affect the nations environment by causing major environmental damage, spreading disease, proliferating at high rates, consuming a vast quantity of the key resources needed for trade and other essential aspects of society....   [tags: Invasive species, Introduced species]

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The Rules And Regulations Of The Art, Science, And Practice Of Mechanical Engineering

- Codes and Standards are associated with the rules and regulations of the art, science, and practice of mechanical engineering. These rules cover a breadth of topics, including pressure technology, elevators / escalators, construction, nuclear plants, engineering design, performance testing, and standardization. Volunteer engineers, scientists, government officials, and others contribute to the rules that protect public safety, while utilizing their technical expertise to reflect the best of their industry....   [tags: Engineering, Professional Engineer, Design]

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The Matrix Is Not Just Another Science Fiction Movie

- The Wachowski siblings’ The Matrix is not just another science fiction movie. Instead, it is a thought-provoking commentary on the world we live in. It explores the themes of man-versus-machine, the evolution of consciousness, and freedom which are extremely relevant in our present societies. Furthermore, with countless religious and historical allusions, as well as subtle philosophical suggestions, The Matrix implies that we are like slaves in our contemporary societies. I remember when I first watched The Matrix with my siblings when I was six and how enthralled I was by the action scenes and visuals....   [tags: The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded]

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Using Diversity and Science to Effectively Educate Students

- Diversity is when individuals differ in race, ethnicity, gender, class, language, religion, ability, geography, and/or age. Teachers will be required to teach in diverse classrooms with a variety of inclusion students, gender, and cultures. Each and every person learns differently and at different rates. According to Culyer and Ebert (2008), “There is no age which all people are on the same intellectual level either at a starting point or as a level of attainment. Thus, you can expect that all students in your classroom will represent a range of intellectual ability” (p.84)....   [tags: Education, teachers, teaching]

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Science Fiction Becomes Reality in Today's World

- The world now is a part of reality where technology, once seen as mere science fiction, becomes increasingly close to our daily lives. From cars that move on their own to holograms only seen in movies, humanity is heading towards the so dreamed “future”. Within this new reality arising, solutions and alternatives to environmental stress caused in the world throughout human evolution are found in biotechnology; among these are various biomaterials and biotechnological processes that reduce environmental damage....   [tags: fossil fuels, energy, emissions]

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State Of Alabama 's Program Approval For All Ten Programs

- The unit provided evidence, in the IR Addendum and onsite exhibits, of state of Alabama’s program approval for all ten programs (Exhibit 1.5.Q4 Part I). The IR Addendum provided evidence that shows how each program (Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, English Language Arts Education, History/Social Science Education, Mathematics/Mathematics Education, Music/Music Education (Choral), and Music/Music Education (Instrumental) programs) is aligned to the Alabama State Standards and unit’s Conceptual Framework (Exhibit 1.5.Q4 Part II)....   [tags: Assessment, Educational psychology]

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America Should Spend More on Space Exploration

- Space exploration should be funded at even greater levels than at present. It has provided scientific, technological, and economic benefits for all mankind. Furthermore it will continue to provide these benefits as long as we continue to explore. The American space program as well as the United States economy is facing many challenges at this time but we need to look at what the long term costs of not continuing a robust manned and unmanned space program will be. The solar system holds many mysteries and an untold amount of untapped resources that if not explored and utilized by the United States will be utilized by other Nations....   [tags: Argumentative Essays, Space Program]

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Forensic Science

- Forensic Science, also known as Forensics, is the application of science to law. It uses highly developed technology to uncover scientific evidence in a variety of fields. Modern forensic science has a broad range of applications. It is used in civil cases such as forgeries, fraud or negligence. The most common use of forensic science is to investigate criminal cases involving a victim, such as assault, robbery, kidnapping , rape, or murder.       Forensic science is also used in monitoring the compliance of various countries with such international agreements as the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and the Chemical Weapons Convention and to learn whether a country is developing a secret...   [tags: Forensics essays research papers]

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Changing The Culture Within A Real World Situation Of My Choice

- Have you ever attempted to change the culture or behavior within an organization. Many think that when they become the boss of some form of business they will easily walk into that organization and be able to impose their will. I feel that is easier said than done. In this paper, I will apply a strategy to changing the culture within a real world situation of my choice. Furthermore, I will explain why I would choose to use these ideas as my strategy and discuss how the application of these ideas tie to the six influence sources given by the authors of the book Influencer....   [tags: Motivation, Incentive, Incentive program]

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Career Report on a Certified Nurse´s Aid (CNA)

- Instead of discussing a primary career choice and a secondary career choice, I will be providing information on my short term career goal, along with my long term career goal. Given that I am already working in the health care field, there are still a lot of things that I am not allowed to do because I am not certified yet. So I must get my feet wet by being a Certified Nurse’s Aide so that I may do any necessary things in order to help facilitate the residents further. A Certified Nurse’s Aide (CNA) does a lot of day-to-day care with each and every patient....   [tags: course, admission, program]

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Music is Essential to a Complete Education

- Education is the foundation that our entire society is built on. Without education, society could not grow and prosper. Without education, we wouldn't have things like electricity, plumbing, or any other common amenities that is present in our society today. Education is important to not only the children receiving it, but to their parents and members of the community as a whole. Education is offered to many in U.S. thanks to public education, and laws that say children must be in school until they are six-teen....   [tags: schools, program, instrument]

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So You want to be an Astronaut

- ... In 2013, however, NASA received 6,000 applications and narrowed it down to only 8 people to become trainees on the space shuttle program. Now when Mr. Gibson is advising students who dream of becoming an astronaut he advises them to have an alternate back up plan in case they do not meet the required standards needed to advance in the program. NASA has recently changed their requirements for becoming an astronaut. In the past they would look for at least a 1,000 hours in flight time, currently they are looking for someone who has at least 3 years of experience in their specific field....   [tags: requirement, safety, program]

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The No Child Left Behind Act Of 2002 ( Nclb )

- Standards Aligned IEPs Today, many laws have been enacted to ensure that our students country-wide are receiving the best education that is uniform and challenging. With that being said, the No Child Left Behind Act of 2002 (NCLB) later authorized that each state develop their own achievement standards and report progress for math, reading, and science for all students by the year 2007. “Based on these curriculum and accountability requirements, it is clear that state achievement standards must constitute the curriculum framework for all students, including those with significant disabilities” (Lynch and Adams, 2008, p.36)....   [tags: Individualized Education Program, Education]

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Reflection On The Day And The Iep Process

- Reflection on the Day: While I didn’t necessarily get to do a whole lot this time, I was able to learn a lot about the students and the IEP process, which I really enjoyed. The IEP was such a cool experience. I’m sure I’ll get to do many of those over the course of my career, but my first one was definitely good. The mom showed up and was very talkative, especially in regaling the story of her son skipping school on Friday. She and her husband (but it was more her) were not pleased and laid down the law the next day: the student had to get up early and work outside just like it was a school day, taking the same structure of a school day, and was only allowed to watch the MSU vs....   [tags: Individualized Education Program, Education]

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Funding a United States Space Program

- Funding a United States Space Program It is imperative that the United States government should put forth a better initiative regarding our flailing national space programs, and increase their budgets considerably, stressing modification on its goals, modification of its resources, and for overall further advancement of its scope and capability. The space program had been heralded for years as the pride, and future, of the United States. Its promise brought hope to a society plagued by fear and competition, and has since been both the impetus for both immense technological competition, and then conversely, a symbol of cooperation between two diametrically opposed cultures....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Teaching Strategies And Behavior Management Plans For Students With Disabilities

- The purpose of this paper was to gain knowledge and understanding of working with special education students based on the experiences of the selected teacher, Ms. Kilcoyne. In order to gain an understanding of these experiences, a questionnaire and recording was collected which details the responses given by the educator. Furthermore, interview questions also focused on providing support and learning strategies to students with disabilities in order to facilitate learning. As a result, this paper will cover teaching strategies and behavior management plans for students with disabilities based on responses given by the interviewed teacher....   [tags: Education, Individualized Education Program]

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The Space Race and the Apollo Program in 1968

- The Space Race and the Apollo Program in 1968 I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before the decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to earth. No single space project in this period will be more impressive to mankind, or more important for the long-range exploration of space, and none will be so difficult or so expensive to accomplish. These words, uttered by President John F. Kennedy in May 1961 brought forth a new era in American history, the idea of sending a man to the moon....   [tags: American History Essays]

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New Media And Its Effect On Children

- Parents seem to be finding themselves crossing unknown territory raising children in recent years, particularly concerning the rapid development of technology across multiple mediums. The parents of children, especially babies – toddlers in particular, need to be made aware that not only has life behind a screen become much more prevalent, but to just what extent. Also, exploring the potential consequences due to the prolonged use of these technologies, and at what ages are most beneficial to introduce each type of new media in a child’s life....   [tags: Television, Television program, Childhood]

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Athletic Handbook for Haven High School

- Table of Contents Welcome Letter Parents’ Role Athletics Athletic Eligibility Athletic Attendance Homework and School Expectations College Planning and Exams Scholarships Athletic Scholarships NCAA Recruiting Rules and Regulations NCAA Requirements and Rules Parental Assistance Welcome Parents From Dear Parents and Guardians, On behalf of the Athletic Department at Havens High School, I welcome you as parents to the 2013-2014 year....   [tags: year, program, athletic, parents]

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Grade Summit Community Day School

- EAGLE SUMMIT COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL CLASSIFICATION TITLE: Teacher for Emotionally Disturbed DEFINITION Under the supervision of the Principal and Dean of Student, plans and provides instruction to individuals with exceptional needs, designated as emotionally disturbed. Performs related duties as required. DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE TO Principal Special Education Programs SUPERVISION OVER Trains and assigns the work of instructional support staff and provides input into performance evaluation process....   [tags: Individualized Education Program, Education]

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Computer Science Terms

- Computer Science Terms: Composite structure: the size of a typical software system implies that it must be broken down into manageable pieces of this Composition: the process of building a system using simpler parts or components Abstraction: the process of ignoring details irrelevant to the problem at hand and emphasizing essential ones. To abstract is to disregard certain differentiating details Data: the info the program deals with Functionality: what the program does with the data, the responsibility of the object to do Object: the most abstract description of a basic component of an object oriented system Values: a fundamental piece of info that can be manipulated by the program...   [tags: Definitions]

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Interview Letter : A Program Interview

- For my informational interview I interview Dr. Paul Deyoung from Starke Memorial Hospital in Knox, Indiana. Dr. Deyoung moved to the United States when he was nineteen from Porbandar, India. Porbandar is a small city located along the west coast of India. Once in the United States, Dr. Deyoung began attending Purdue University, eventually obtaining a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. Dr. Deyoung explained that college was both “fun and extremely demanding, especially around finals week” (Deyoung 2016)....   [tags: Pharmacy, Pharmacist, Pharmacology]

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The Science and the Laws Impacting Human Cloning

- The Science and the Laws Impacting Human Cloning Human cloning, long the subject of science fiction, is today a practical reality. Recent breakthroughs, most renowned the cloning of a sheep from an adult cell in Scotland in 1997, have caused the world to acknowledge that human cloning is indeed possible. Governments around the world immediately attempted to address the issue of human cloning, with varying levels of success. At the same time the pace of cloning technology continued to accelerate....   [tags: Human Cloning Research Paper]

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When Good Science Goes Bad

- There appears to be some writing on the note ... A videotape shows a BMW driving quite erratically. It drives along swerving in and out of traffic. The car drives on the shoulder of the road and even off to the side of the road at times. On the tape a voice can be heard. It is the police officer communicating back and forth with the person on the other end of his radio. What he says is shown as subtitles on the bottom of the screen. He reads off the speeds his radar gun shows. This lets you know how recklessly the driver of the BMW is driving....   [tags: Experiments Testing Papers]

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College Can Make Or Break Your Future

- College can either make or break your future. Deciding where to attend college and program of study will influence your entire life. Some people prefer a smaller college, while others suggest a big college atmosphere. When choosing the college of one’s dreams, there are many variables that should be kept in thought. The school, campus life, academics, and student involvement are major keys that should be considered. However, the town where the college is located needs to be researched. Maryville University, located in St....   [tags: Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Nursing]

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Running and Over Training

- ... In a well monitored training program, the body would have adequate sleep. The bodies nutrition would consist of carbohydrates, calories, adequate sugar and protein as well as electrolytes, to replace those, lost in sweat. The workout routine would prioritize muscles on certain days (arm day, legs day, chest day, back day) . The risk of injury would be decreased due to adequate stretching, and swimming. swimming allows for natural resistance, and is essential in recovery. This is because Swimming has no ground impact, unlike running....   [tags: sport, body, athlete, program]

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The Science of Leukemia

- Can you imagine if one of your friends, family or even yourself waking up or seeing people feeling really weak, when they can’t do anything because of low immune system, seeing their hair falls out day by day. Leukemia is a type of cancer of the blood or bone marrow (News,M.). It is where our blood is forming tissue. White blood cells fights for infection in our body, it gives us protection from any bacteria that comes in to our body. People who have leukemia suffer from an abnormal production of white blood cells or known as leukocytes (News,M.)....   [tags: stem cell transplant, cancer in blood cells]

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Statement of Purpose for My Bachelor's Degree at University of Roskilde

- ... In A levels, I studied biology which gave me an academic foundation that is necessary for a career in science and provided me with knowledge of how human life evolved. Mathematics helped me solve problems from different angles and work in a logical and critical manner. These subjects gave me a drive to further my education in science and learn more about how it shapes our planet. The aspects of natural science program that attracts me the most is the multidisciplinary course which holds a unique opportunity, where I could freely choose which subjects that I want to study....   [tags: natural science, biology, culture]

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Personal Statement : ' S & B & C ) Program During The Baseball Season

- The name of the person for this conflict has been changed in order to protect his identity. He would be identified as John. Conflict: John is a pitcher who is reluctant to follow the prescribed strength and conditioning (S&C) program during the baseball season. John’s action is already affecting other teammates: some are trying to do the same. But most importantly is that players not following the designed S&C program are at great risk of getting injured. As a S&C coach, I must ensure that all players perform exercises properly and follow their programs....   [tags: Argument, Logic, Critical thinking]

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Special Skills And Qualities That Can Benefit Our Volunteer Program

- Please state your reasons for volunteering along with any of your special skills and qualities that would benefit our volunteer program. (Please do not exceed the allotted space.) The volunteer program would allow me to help the community of Ronald Regan Hospital, as well as gain experience of working in a Hospital environment. I have an interest in Nursing and want to learn about healthcare from a clinical perspective, while helping patients feel better. My interest in Nursing stems from my involvement in an organization called Volunteers of America, which allowed me to be a caretaker for a girl named Maya who has autism; a developmental disorder that affects how she relates and communica...   [tags: Education, Student, High school, Ronald Reagan]

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A Research Study On Capital Area Head Start Program Pre Kindergarten Classroom

- I had the privilege to observe in a Capital Area Head Start program pre-kindergarten classroom. This was quite an eye-opening, and valuable learning experience because of the level of diversity that goes on in one of these classrooms. Head Start is a federally funded program that aids low socioeconomic status families in giving their children a safe, learning environment up to two years before they go into the public school setting. Capital Area Head Start (1998) mission statement is “to provide a comprehensive child development program, designed to give children a head start in life, so they can succeed at home, school, and in the community.” These classrooms are focused on the whole child...   [tags: Education, Teacher, Socioeconomic status]

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My Graduate At The University Of Washington Bothell 's Mn Program

- Twenty-eight years ago I entered the rewarding career of nursing, graduating from Seattle Pacific University with my BSN and committed to a five-year plan to return to further my education so I too could teach and inspire others to the art and science of nursing just like my SPU professors. Although my aspiration to be a master’s prepared nurse educator was constant, it took twenty-five years to realize my academic journey when I enrolled at the University of Washington-Bothell’s MN program in the fall of 2013....   [tags: Nursing, Nurse, Kittitas County, Washington]

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I Am A Senior Who Is Majoring

- I am a senior who is majoring in chemistry, but as crazy as it may sound, it’s my dream to pursue a career in management and economics. I will explain my story from the beginning. What has been most influential in shaping me into the person I am today is my upbringing and observing my father as a successful businessman. My father is the general manager of a small hotel where he has worked for over 15 years. When I was very young, I often visited his office, watching him handle various situations....   [tags: Scientific method, Science, Physics]

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An Evidence Based Intervention At The Community Based Program Called Reading Is Fundamental ( Rif )

- Parents are often encouraged to read to their infants and toddlers as it has been proven that reading improves cognitive development and comprehension. Reading with children broadens their knowledge as well as developing pre-reading skills (Steinberg et. al, p.159). But what happens to children once they reach adolescence. How do literacy skills affect them. In this paper I will assess, analyze and provide an evidence based intervention to address a gap in the community based program called Reading is Fundamental (RIF)....   [tags: Reading, Educational psychology, Adolescence]

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School Voucher Program: Helping Disadvantaged Students Pay for Schooling

- Understanding income demographics can definitely help decide the level of difficulties employers will face, especially jobs that require higher level of skills. Many political leaders advocate school vouchers for students to attend higher performing schools, but the program does not offer enough capacity to close education gap. Especially since, not only, every student can take advantage of the voucher program, but voucher participating schools may not have the scope of enrolling every transfer, new, and disadvantaged students into their programs....   [tags: Education]

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Justifying My Decision to Study a Master's Program at the University of Florida

- The realization that science enables mankind to question rather than accept; naturally drew me towards this subject. Whilst applying for college, I took the decision to study Mechanical Engineering hoping it would provide a constant sense of discovery, besides laying the foundation for all other engineering fields. I believe it holds great depth and opportunities for never-ending investigation; paving the way for me to build a deeper desire to study it at an advanced level. Given the opportunity, I look forward to feeding my curiosity and discovering more at the University of Florida....   [tags: graduate degree choices]

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Statement of Purpose for a Masters' Degree

- ... These subjects have developed immense interest and have increased my hunger to gain more knowledge. Zeal to learn more has made me apply for master’s degree program. Learning of computer science would be incomplete without programming. During my undergrad I have learnt the programming languages C, C++, and JAVA and performed well during theory and lab examinations and scored S grades. I have also participated in Swarm Robotics workshop conducted by IIT-Bombay where we simulate the robot using code on basic c....   [tags: computer science, universary, graduate]

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How To Be One Out-Standing Computer Engineer

-   In this day and age, during the development of science, A huge number of technical talents are required, especially some electrical out-standing engineers. These groups of people walk in front of the science and know cutting edge technology. Actually, the requirements of high-quality technical engineers from society were increasing from 1976. The research from NSF(National Science Foundation), STPCS(Science Technical Personnel Characteristics System) and other government agencies and private organizations....   [tags: EGR, innovation, engineering, science]

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Evaluation and Analysis of Texcxcite

- Goals and Objectives: The goal of this research is to evaluate Techxcite, an experiential and inquiry-based curriculum in engineering/technology. The questions that the research seeks to investigate are: 1) Are the youth learning about engineering/technology from the specific curriculum modules. 2) Have the youth become more interested in engineering/technology as a result. The overall objective of the research is to measure youth competence and enthusiasm in science, engineering and technology....   [tags: measuring youth competence in science]

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Personal Statement: My Future Education Plan

- After doing all the assignment and using all the useful resources you gave us I have fully created my future education plan. Before taking this class I was not so sure about my future plans and still had questions about what I wanted to do in the future. My plans for the future were influenced by many things I learned throughout my time in the class. My plans for the future is going to University of North Carolina at Greensboro and double major in computer science and graphic design or engineering....   [tags: computer science, graphic engineering]

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The Education Of A Registered Nurse

- here are two educational pathways to become a Registered Nurse (RN): An Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN). Both allow nursing students to graduate to take the same entry-level exam, which is the National Council Licensures Examination (NCLEX). Typically, an ADN takes 2 years to complete and is offered by community colleges, while a BSN is a 4-year college degree. It is important to understand the difference in education and resulting competence for both degrees (Gorrell, 2011)....   [tags: Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Nursing]

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My Fascination For Studying The Art And Science Of Human Anatomy And Movement

- A typical Thursday afternoon started off with signing into the volunteer services office. I knew that spending my time there allowed me to learn the skills to improve the quality of life for people. The idea of being able to work with patient’s one-on-one, see them progress through treatment, and know that I am genuinely making a difference in their lives, kept me highly motivated and ready to interact with patients. My fascination for studying the art and science of human anatomy and movement resulted in choosing a career in physical therapy....   [tags: Psychology, Therapy, Communication, Patient]

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Why Is Operations Research A Field Of Study?

- When I take courses in math or natural sciences, I always have this one question stuck in my mind. How can I use the abstract concepts I learned in these courses to solve problems in the real world. For example, courses in quantum mechanics greatly fostered my abilities to think, to analyze, to reason, but I had a hard time seeing the immediate utilization of Schrodinger’s equation in resolving real problems, in spite of its clear connection to the physical world. Therefore, from time to time, I feel confused and concerned about how to put my knowledge into use, even though the sense of fulfillment in acquiring it encourages me....   [tags: Mathematics, Science, Scientific method]

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The Role of Science Fiction Serial Doctor Who in British Culture

- ... Who, who doesn’t like his companions) and presents the “Secrets of Dr. Who”: In his own day, somewhere in our future, he decided to search for a time or for a society or for a physical condition which is ideal, and having found it, to stay there. He stole the machine and set forth on his quest. He is thus an extension of the scientist who has opted out, but he has opted farther than ours can do, at the moment. And having opted out, he is disintegrating. The authorities of his own (or some other future) time are not concerned merely with the theft of an obsolete machine; they are seriously concerned to prevent his monkeying with time, because his secret intention, when he...   [tags: classic series vs new one comparison]

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Science Of The Brain 's Visual Object Precipitation Process By Testing Our Assumptions

- Application: If this tree maker method shows promising results, we will proceed to our greater goal, advancing our knowledge of the brain’s visual object precipitation process by testing our assumptions: 1) Images will have higher responses the closer they are to the max response image. The distance is the number of steps it takes on the tree to reach the image. 2) As the generations (number of steps down the tree) increased the response sizes would increase as well. 3) Images on the path to the max response image have the largest responses out of all the other images, so the images not searched, because they were not on the path, could not be the maximum image....   [tags: Brain, Human brain, Cerebral cortex]

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Statement of Purpose for a Masters' of Science in Economics in South Dakota State University

- This statement mainly focuses in brief on my intention, aspiration and objectives of why I want to get admitted in M.S. under the Department of Economics, especially in South Dakota State University. From my childhood, I noticed how the people surrounded me tried to maximize their satisfaction with limited income. I felt curiosity to know the way how people choose options to optimize satisfaction from scarce resources. As economics deals with such relationship between the unlimited demands and the scarce means, my curiosity has turned into interest of my study and that’s why I chose economics as the major subject in my undergrad study....   [tags: bangladesh,, knowledge, goal]

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Nursing Leaders Nationwide and The BSN-in-10 Bill

- Nursing leaders nationwide believe that it is important for nurses with an Associate Degree to return to school to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) education within 10 years of graduation from an Associate Degree program to keep their licensure. The reason why this bill is passed is because of patient safety. Nurses with Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) have lower mortality rates in surgery department, less incidences, and better outcomes in the acute care settings which are heavily emphasized in the Affordable Care Act necessary for payment reimbursement (American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 2014)....   [tags: bachelor of science, education]

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Social Science Theory Within Mixed Method Research Design

- Theories Numerous ideas abound regarding how to address the revenue shortfall of the HTF, and most are based on social science theory within mixed-method research design (Creswell 2014, 69). Certain studies in the review have been quantitative (Marrero 2005) while others have been solely qualitative (Dominguez 2009; Shimokawa 2013; and Kemp 2008). The primary mixed-method design utilized in research has been convergent parallel mixed-methods design (Creswell 2014, 219-223). The research shows that the different methods all lead to results which support each other....   [tags: Qualitative research, Scientific method]

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The Chemistry Nobel Prize 2013

- For what work (research) was the prize awarded. Chemistry is one of category of Nobel Prize given to chemists who have dedicated in chemistry science. For a chemist, Nobel Prize is one of most prestigious award. Nobel Prize for chemistry 2013 has been decided, chemistry prize goes to three theoretical chemists who have developed a multiscale computer model to predict complex chemical reaction. For some people, maybe it the Chemistry Nobel Prize 2013 decision was a surprise. The Prize did not go to chemist who had developed new formula of chemistry but the prize went to a group of chemists who had developed a computer program about chemistry....   [tags: Science, Chemistry, Nobel Prize]

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I Am A Senior Student Of Computer Science At The University Of Manchester

- I am a senior student of computer science at the University of Manchester. As a leading research institution in this field, it offers demanding academic trainings that prepare us for the challenges in the real world. In addition, the group projects have required a lot of inputs from each member. In order to achieve our goals, besides my part of assignment, I also need to oversee everyone on board and make sure they are functioning effectively, which has been a very good training of my leadership and management skills....   [tags: Bank, Investment, Financial markets, Economics]

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Bioinformatics : An Interdisciplinary Field That Combines Molecular Biology And Computer Science

- Introduction to Bioinformatics Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary field that combines molecular biology and computer science. Bioinformatics is using computational tools and approaches, associated with statistics, mathematics, and engineering, to acquire, analyze or organize biological, medical, and behavioral or health data. It has played a more and more important role in many areas of biology from the 20th century. Introduction to Prion Protein Homo Sapiens PRNP is found on the short arm of Chromosome 20 from position 4686150 to position 4701587 (Figure 1 in Appendix)....   [tags: Protein, DNA, Bioinformatics]

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Public Health Issues At An Oak Ridge Institute Of Science And Education

- As a research participant fellow of an Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education, I have a great opportunity to conduct research on various public health issues at the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). My exciting journey started in 2012 in the Health Services Research and Evaluation branch in the Division of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Prevention (STD). This has led to ample opportunities, allowing me to grow and develop expertise in the area of epidemiologic research. This fellowship has granted me a great honor and privilege to work among exceptional professionals such as medical epidemiologists, economists, health scientists who are extremely talented, dedicated a...   [tags: Epidemiology, Public health]

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Statement of Purpose as a Computer Engineer

- “It’s the Possibility of dream come true that makes life interesting” - Paulo Coelho This perfectly holds true for me in the world of Computer Engineering where novel ideas are not a novelty. It is this novelty that entices me to this field and gives me a deep sense of professional pride. In this context, I would like to pursue my graduation in Computer Engineering, which not only supplements the knowledge that I possess but also provides a strong platform for my future career goals. After one year's work experience as a Network Engineer at Its Not Yellow, a US Based online news portal, I want to return to academic study and undertake post graduate studies in Computer Science and Informatio...   [tags: teacher, network, science]

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Gender Representation Of Women And Women

- “It’s absolutely ridiculous,” said Angela Mendez ’18, reacting to the statement that Tim Hunt, a biochemist and molecular physiologist, and Nobel Prize-winner in Medicine in 2001, said a year ago, in 2015: “I remember when Tim Hunt said [that] three things happen when women are in labs; men fall in love with women, women fall in love with them, and women cry when they are criticized.” For Mendez, “It 's intimidating to know that there are people who believe that because we are women, we bring ‘drama’ to the field.” In fact, Mendez said that she hopes to see more women in the STEM field....   [tags: Female, Gender, Student, Science]

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Forest Biodiversity Loss

- 1. Introduction In many communities worldwide, people depend on forests, for fuel wood-gathering, harvesting of wood and non-wood forest products, for larger-scale commercial purposes, habitat for more than half the world’s terrestrial species, clean water, and other important ecosystem services (De Groot et al., 2002, Santangeli et al., 2013, Chhatre and Agrawal, 2009). However, the forest biodiversity is continuously undergoing loss which directly or indirectly contributes to forest ecosystems being transformed and in some cases irreversibly degraded....   [tags: sustainability, management, conservation program]

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The Endless Battle with Prison Gangs

- The Endless Battle with Prison Gangs As the years pass, the rate of gang affiliated crimes in the Unites States has progressed extensively, accumulating more inmates into our major prisons doubling the maximum occupancy that the jails can hold. In the U.S there are currently 33,000 active violent street, motorcycle, and prison gangs with a recorded 1.4 million members combined. The registered number of police officers is a mere 683,396; which is not even half of our countries gang population. Incredibly enough, even with their small numbers these officers do the impossible to control, learn, and manipulate the ways of the inmates; taking all of the precautions necessary to stop and protect...   [tags: criminality, sociology, behavioral science]

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Genetic Engineering and the Public

- Genetic Engineering and the Publics Uses of Genetic Engineering Opinions about genetic engineering range from disgust to awe. These opinions may also depend on what type of animal is being genetically manipulated, how such manipulation is being done, and for what reasons. In California, pet fish that have been genetically altered to fluoresce (glofish) have been restricted for sale.[1] Yet, for the rest of the United States these fish are found in several species, varieties and morphs. In California, Commissioner of California’s Fish and Game, Sam Schuchat, felt that there was a difference in genetic modification depending on the use of the product made.[2] The use of genetic engineering f...   [tags: Stake Holders, Science, Dialogue]

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Persuasive Speech: Everyone Should Enroll in a Certification Program

- Topic: Certification Programs General Purpose: To persuade individuals to enroll in a certification program of their choice. Thesis: This speech will cover the many educational alternatives of certification programs in higher education, as well as their advantages. This will include a detailed description of certification courses in Computer, Nursing, and Trucking. Introduction Are you one of millions of people who would like to earn great money in a respectable field of profession, but refuse to sit through 4 full years of a Bachelor’s program....   [tags: Example Persuasive Speech]

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Business/Industry Standards and Vocational Program Accountability

- Business/Industry Standards and Vocational Program Accountability Industry skill standards are already in place for many industries in the United States and in a number of statewide vocational education programs that serve those industries. The linkage of skill standards between industry and vocational education hinges on a competency-based approach to education and training. The effectiveness of this approach has been recognized by other countries, such as Denmark and Great Britain, that have adopted this process for establishing their industry skill standards....   [tags: Work Employees Employers Essays]

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A Response to Hubbard’s essay Science, Facts, and Feminism

- A Response to Hubbard’s essay Science, Facts, and Feminism In her essay "Science, Facts, and Feminism" Ruth Hubbard makes many claims in relating her opinions about the relationship between men and women in society as well as the role science plays in this relationship and the balance of power in the world. One of her claims states that "the pretense that science is objective, apolitical and value-neutral is profoundly political because it obscures the political role that science and technology play in underwriting the existing distribution of power in society." In essence, she is saying that it is ridiculous to claim that science is an objective look at the world around us because science...   [tags: Hubbard Scientific Men Females Essays]

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Why is Gender Inequity an Issue in Math and Science Classrooms?

- Why is Gender Inequity an Issue in Math and Science Classrooms. Gender Inequity has been a growing subject in America’s schools, especially in the fields of math and science. Gender is defined as sexual identity, especially in relation to society or culture (Lexico, 2001) Inequity is defined as injustice; unfairness (Lexico, 2001). Gender Inequity in our schools has been based on the findings that females aren’t getting the attention and grades required for them to do well in math and science. Why is this and what can we do about it....   [tags: Teaching Education]

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The Science, Technology, and Ethics of HIV Vaccine Research

- The Science, Technology, and Ethics of HIV Vaccine Research An annual report recently released by the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS indicated that the number of HIV-infected individuals increased 10 percent in the last year, bringing the number of people worldwide who are now carrying the virus to over 33 million. According to the report, half of these new infections were in people15 to 24 years old, and there were 11 new infections a minute. Sub-Saharan Africa reportedly accounts for two thirds of the infected population and about 12 million AIDS related deaths....   [tags: AIDS Third World Countries Poverty Papers]

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St. Petersburg College

- St. Petersburg College (SPC) is a large multi campus college that was found in 1927 as a private, nonprofit, two-year college. SPC started its school of Nursing in the year 1956 and became the first community college in Florida that offered a three-year nursing program. In August of 2002, the college started offering baccalaureate programs leading to Bachelor’s degree in education, nursing and technology management. The College of Nursing (CON) received its first National League for Nursing (NLN) accreditation in December 1970 and since then the CON has maintained its NLN accreditation (St....   [tags: Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Nursing]

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Welfare Reform: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Legislation

- In August 1996, the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) passed. This legislation ended the Family Aid with Dependent Children (AFDC) and replaced it with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). Unlike AFDC, TANF is not an entitlement program. This means that states are under no obligation to provide cash assistance to eligible families. Instead the federal government gives block grants to assist poor families with the emphasis on moving them from welfare to work or deterring them from applying for welfare in the first place....   [tags: TANF Welfare Program Essays]

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The Program that Changed My Life

- CTY, one of the most successful programs run by the Institute for the Academic Advancement of Youth (IAAY), was my first step toward a greater world. It's a three-week summer camp located at various colleges and universities around the nation that really let middle school scholars' minds run wild and free for the first time. I was a CTYer for three wonderful years, with each succeeding year being better. During Session I of 1989, I went to Scripps College in California and studied Precalculus during Session I....   [tags: College Admissions Essays]

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Forensic Science

- As many families around the world consume biased information from crime scene shows like 48 Hours Mystery, CSI, Castle, and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, perception of what a court room trial is truly like is altered. When watching these television shows people grow opinions about crime scene investigations and how information is gathered; his or her ideas may become extreme based on what they have seen on television, it affects the way he or she might handle being a juror in a criminal case....   [tags: Crime Scene Investigation Shows]

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The Methodological Role of the Concept

- The Methodological Role of the Concept "Physical Vacuum" Science is entering the post-non-classical period characterized by evolutionary-synergistic types of rationality, the central moment of which is research of complex nonlinear systems. During the last few decades, physics has made a revolutionary turn toward new representations of the nature of elementary particles and has revealed unexpected features of the physical vacuum, with the evolving Universe having become the basic subject of study in physics....   [tags: Science Physics Research Papers]

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Bioterrorism and Science: The Censorship of Scientific Journals Will Do More Harm than Good

- Bioterrorism and Science: The Censorship of Scientific Journals Will Do More Harm than Good Science is based on the open communication of research and information. Scientists often build on the work and results that their colleagues have published in scientific journals. This process of incremental development prevents scientists from “reinventing the wheel” before continuing forward with original research. It stands, therefore, that the publication and distribution of research is necessary for future research to be productive....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Dyslexia: Causes and Treatment

- Dyslexia: Causes and Treatment Works Cited Missing The learning disability dyslexia once perplexed scientists who now are beginning to make breakthrough discoveries into its causes. Dyslexia traditionally was vaguely defined as a difficulty in learning to read and write. In the past, dyslexics often were dismissed as lazy, not focused, or unintelligent. With these recent discoveries, scientists may be able to define much more specific disorders. Researchers now are finding out that people with dyslexia use specific brain regions that process written languages differently than those without the disorder....   [tags: Science Research Disorder Essays]

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Technology

- Technology Introduction: Technology What Is It. General term for the processes by which human beings fashion tools and Machines to increase their control and understanding of the material environment. The Term is derived from the Greek words tekhne, which refers to an art or craft, and logia, Meaning an area of study; thus, technology means, literally, the study, or science, of Crafting. As technology evolves, scientist and historians say that technology grows at A geometric rate without respect to geographical limits or political systems....   [tags: science]

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Compiler

- Compiler Compiler, in computer science, computer program that translates source code, instructions in a program written by a software engineer, into object code, those same instructions written in a language the computer's central processing unit (CPU) can read and interpret. Software engineers write source code using high level programming languages that people can understand. Computers cannot directly execute source code, but need a compiler to translate these instructions into a low level language called machine code....   [tags: Computer Science Technology Essays]

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