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  • Research Problem

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    email from the COB dean requesting information pertaining to the upcoming reaccreditation visit along with a highlight of the changes that the college is working to develop in light of these changes. The changes present a challenge in redefining faculty qualifications, research and evaluative practices, but they offer an opportunity as well. One source notes the following regarding the amended standards: "The new environment calls for schools to focus on their distinctive mission and value proposition

  • Eulogy for Friend

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    Eulogy for Friend The phone rang in the early hours of the morning. Rolf G. informed us that Michael had suffered a heart attack a few hours earlier and had not survived. My wife whispered a few words I could not hear, sat silently on the edge of the bed for a moment, then turned to me and said, "Michael passed away at the airport, its just not fair. He was doing so well." No, it was just not fair. We try to share with Michael's family, with Kathy, Molly and Tom, Molly, Clint and Wendy and

  • Introducing the First Phases of KM Into Thai Universities

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    It is important to review The Office of Public Sector Development Commission of Thailand (OPDC) on behalf of Thai government that has shaped Thai university by putting KM strategies into its corporate strategic plan for the years 2006 to 2010 (Commission 2007). In 2006 Thai universities, in order to improve its performance in management, introduced the first phases of KM into the organisation. At that time, since KM was new to the staff, only a few staff understands KM. According to the annual

  • Alexander Solzhenitsyn's One Day In the Life of Ivan Denisovich

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    One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich For my senior project I am making a biography photo album of the faculty, administration, and staff members at the Austin Area High School. I decided to my project on this simply because I thought it would something interesting to do and have fun with. It is an easy way to learn a few interesting things about the people at my school. A lot of people this year are building things to benefit the community or our school, so I decided to something a little

  • The Importance Of Hazing In Public Administration

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    The purpose of the brochure public service announcement is to persuade readers to understand that the faculty of colleges, Dartmouth in particular, are ignorant to the intense hazing going on in the fraternities. The use of rhetorical questioning is used to make readers question if the administrations is taking necessary action to stop the hazing. The impact of morality in the brochure helps to determine the impact of making the right choices as apposed to the wrong ones. An allegory is evident to

  • Philosophy/Personal Statement

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    Philosophy/Personal Statement I was a bad student in high school. I didn’t study, I got bad grades, I had an attitude, and I disrespected my teachers. I’d like to believe that this was because I was brilliant and existentially bored with the pedestrian intellect of my peers. I’d like to believe that it was because my school was so retrograde and repressive that I was placed into a hopeless situation. But that wasn’t it. I wasn’t especially brilliant; my peers were actually pretty smart; and

  • Studies on Transitioning from Clinical Practice to Academia

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    shortages of nursing faculty and how transitioning nurses from clinical practice to academia will solve the problem. The article also ex... ... middle of paper ... ...s. A more effective research sample would limit the number of years the participants held in academia to ensure the results are focused on the initial change and role strain, rather than the experience at large. As stated in the article, this area of study is important to the nursing field due to the demand of faculty in nursing programs

  • Peer Mentor Essay

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    they already been in their shoes and are willing to help them. Building this kind of relationships help to establish positive first year experiences, improve morale, and foster a stronger connection to, and engagement with the campus community. The faculty can understand each other because they all share the same experience and think or trained to think and act the same way. ( Swales,The concept of discourse community

  • Budget Review and Recommendations

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    the Adjunct faculty by reducing the section to five sections for fall and spring Term. This will reduce the adjunct salaries from 27,000 to 18,000. Math 001 from the adjunct faculty will also be reduced from ten to eight sections in the fall and from ten to seven in spring. This will reduce the budget for this section from $18,000 to $14,400 in the fall and from $18,000 to $12,600 in the spring. Students and sections have been fairly distributed between the two full time faculties. The entire

  • Essay On Lack Of Communication In College Students

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    relationship with the faculty and staff. The faculties at any college, university or even institution are important. There are times when a faculty can be competitive because they want their school to be the very best. Without faculty who work in these higher education schools, these places would run itself. That means the school shuts down and the students leave. The faculty and students are what shape our schools. However, there are some problems that students have with their faculty and that is, lack