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Urinary Tract Infection among Antiretroviral Therapy Users and Nonusers in Jimma University Specialized Hospital, Jimma, Ethiopia  

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Background. The introduction of antiretroviral therapy (ART) has dramatically reduced morbidity related with bacterial infection including urinary tract infection (UTI) among patients with HIV/AIDS. This study was carried out to determine the prevalence of UTI and identify common bacterial etiologies among HIV/AIDS patients of ART users and nonusers in Jimma University Specialized Hospital. Methods. A comparative cross sectional study was conducted from September to December 2012 on 367 ART users and 114 nonuser patients attending ART clinic. Sociodemographic characteristics, associated factors, and urine samples were collected; culture, biochemical tests, Gram stain, and drug sensitivity tests were done. Results. Of 467 examined urine samples, 56 (12%) had significant bacterial growth. Forty-six (12.5%) of the cases were ART users and 10 (10%) were nonusers. E. coli was the predominant isolate in both ART users (25 (54.3%)) and nonusers (6 (6%)). Majority of the bacterial isolates were from females. Most (>75%) of the isolates from both groups were resistant to ampicillin and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole but sensitive to norfloxacine, ceftriaxone, and chloramphenicol. Conclusion. There was no statistically significant difference regarding the prevalence of significant bacterial growth between ART users and nonusers. Therefore, it is recommended that UTI in both groups should be managed with drugs that show sensitivity. PMID:24829582

Debalke, Serkadis; Cheneke, Waqtola; Tassew, Haimanot; Awol, Mohammed

2014-01-01

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Predictors of preoperative anxiety among surgical patients in Jimma University Specialized Teaching Hospital, South Western Ethiopia  

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Background Hospitalization and surgery are critical negative life events that lead to the experience of considerable anxiety in patients. Patients may perceive the day of surgery as the biggest and the most threatening day in their lives. There is paucity of information on predictors of anxiety in the current study area. The main objective of this study is to assess predictors of preoperative anxiety among patients scheduled for surgery in Jimma University Specialized Teaching Hospital. Methods A facility based cross-sectional study was conducted using quantitative data collection technique in Jimma University Specialized Teaching Hospital from February 13 to April 13, 2012 on 239 patients scheduled for surgery. The data were collected by five trained diploma nurses using structured interviewer administered questionnaires that were prepared based on state trait anxiety inventory measurement scale. The quantitative data were entered into SPSS for windows version 16. 0 and descriptive, simple and multiple linear regression analyses were performed. Results A total of 239 patients were enrolled in the study with a response rate of 93.0%. Their mean age was 42.7?±?1.8 years (range 16 to 85 years). Nearly over half 53.6% were females, while 48.1% illiterate, 72.4% Oromo and 56.5% were Muslim followers. Significant preoperative anxiety was seen in 70.3% patients. The most common factors that lead to anxiety were fear of death 38.1% and fear of unknown origin 24.3% and the most common strategy mentioned by patient in reducing anxiety were talking to other patient 79.8% and religious belief. Conclusions In the present study, two third 70.3% of preoperative patients had anxiety. Factors which were positively correlated with anxiety were trait anxiety, single and divorced, time of operation and income. Factors which were shown to reduce anxiety were preoperative anxiety related information provision and afternoon operation. Health professionals working in the hospital should provide anxiety related information for patients. PMID:25189274

2014-01-01

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Making strides in women's mental health care delivery in rural Ethiopia: demographics of a female outpatient psychiatric cohort at Jimma University Specialized Hospital (2006-2008).  

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This paper presents the delivery of mental health care to a sample of women living in Jimma, rural Ethiopia, and their access to mental health services. A total of 226 psychiatric charts were reviewed for women seen at Jimma University Specialized Hospital. The mental health charts included documentation ranging from one paragraph to a full note. No psychiatric chart recorded medication status, detailed substance abuse history, or a history of violence. Rendering appropriate mental health care for women requires concerted efforts by multiple stake holders. Using our results, we advance concrete and practical suggestions for improving women's mental health in rural Ethiopia. We point out that the health care system needs to be responsive, allowing for change starting with gender rights, so that rural women have access to basic mental health services. PMID:23901297

Chemali, Zeina N; Borba, Christina Pc; Henderson, Tanya E; Tesfaye, Markos

2013-01-01

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Knowledge, attitude and practice of emergency contraceptive among women who seek abortion care at Jimma University specialized hospital, southwest Ethiopia  

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Background In Ethiopia maternal mortality rate is very high more than one in five women die from pregnancy or pregnancy related causes. The use of contraceptives to prevent unwanted pregnancies and unsafe abortion is an important strategy to minimize maternal mortality rate. Among various forms of contraception, emergency contraceptives are the only one that can be used after sexual intercourse offering chance to prevent unwanted pregnancy. The aim of this study was to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of emergency contraceptive among women who seek abortion care at Jimma University specialized hospital (JUSH). Methods Institution base cross-sectional study on knowledge, attitude and practice of emergency contraceptive was conducted at JUSH from April to June, 2011Data was collected using structured questionnaire and analyzed using SPSS version 17.0. Results In this study 89 women were interviewed. More than half of them (48) were from urban area and 41 were from rural area.46 (51.7%) of them were single. Of all the respondents only nine women had awareness about emergency contraceptive. Seven of the women mentioned pills as emergency contraception and only two of them mentioned both pills and injectable as emergency contraception. All of them have positive attitude towards emergency contraception but none of them have ever used emergency contraceptives. Conclusion and recommendation The finding revealed pregnancy among women of 15-19 years was very common. The knowledge and practice of emergency contraception is very low. But there is high positive attitude towards emergency contraceptives. Since there is much deficit on knowledge of women on emergency contraceptives, in addition to making them accessible; programs targeted at promotion and education of emergency contraceptives is helpful to prevent unwanted pregnancy. PMID:22410271

2012-01-01

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Khat (Catha edulis Forsk) chewing, sociodemographic description and its effect on academic performance, Jimma University students 2002.  

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Khat (Catha edulis Forsk) chewing habit is being a hot issue of discussion nation wide. This habit is spreading at an alarming rate among the young generation, especially in high schools and higher institutions, where there are intensive academic activities. Students in colleges and universities commonly use khat, hoping that it improves their academic performance. The main aim of this study was to determine the prevalence and socio-demographic correlates of khat chewing and its impact on academic performance. A cross sectional study was conducted, in January 2002, on a representative sample of 500 students selected by systematic random sampling technique from a total of 2073 students who stayed in the university at least two years. Out of these, 76.91% were males, 59.53% were Orthodox believers, 70.98% were between 16 and 25 years old, and 49.15% were Amhara in their ethnic background. The current prevalence of khat chewing was estimated to be 24.79%. In this study, 27% of male students, 46.74% of Muslim students and 31.30% of Oromo students were found to be khat chewers. Khat chewing has a significant association with high income (p < 0.001), with smoking habit (p < 0.05) and with coffee drinking habit (p < 0.001). The presence of khat chewers in the family and among friends have also a positive association with khat chewing habit. The mean cummulative grade point average (CGPA) of non-chewers was found to be significantly higher (p < 0.001) than that of chewers. In conclusion, the present study depicts that gender, age, religion, ethnicity and income have a positive association with the habit of khat chewing. The t-test value showed a significant difference between the mean CGPA of Khat chewers and non chewers in favor of the later. This indicates that Khat chewing may not help to improve academic performance. PMID:16895029

Ayana, Andualem Mossie; Mekonen, Zeleke

2004-04-01

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Rice University Public Assembly/Special Event  

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Rice University Public Assembly/Special Event Fire and Life Safety Self-Check Form City of Houston for cooking or other uses) Open burning (barbecue pits, bonfires) Pyrotechnical special effects materials posted (design) occupancy limit __________ Mechanism in place to determine attendance Life Safety All

Natelson, Douglas

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University of California SPECIAL EVENT  

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and Rescue, Radio Communications, Dispatch, Emergency Operations, Patrol Procedures, and Motorist Assists, including University Hills, Group Housing, and will extend to the residential complexes located services Campus Patrols First Responder Traffic Control Disabled Transports Security Lockouts* Jumpstarts

Burke, Peter

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The Friends of the University Library Special Collections Endowment  

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The Friends of the University Library Special Collections Endowment The Friends of the University Library has established The Friends of the University Library Special Collections Endowment Fund Special Collections Endowment Fund Office of University Development Kelly Hall ­ 7th Floor 500 West

Ward, Karen

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ROBERT E. KENNEDY LIBRARY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS & UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES  

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ROBERT E. KENNEDY LIBRARY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS & UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE ____________________________________________________________________________ Staff Signature for the Kennedy Library Date California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo

Sze, Lawrence

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Genotype diversity of Mycobacterium isolates from children in Jimma, Ethiopia  

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Background Paediatric tuberculosis (TB) is poorly addressed in Ethiopia and information about its magnitude and the genotype distribution of the causative Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains responsible for its spread are scanty. Methods Gastric lavage or sputum samples were collected from consecutively enrolled TB suspect children visiting Jimma University Hospital in 2011 and cultured on Middlebrook 7H11 and Löwenstein-Jensen media. Acid fast bacterial (AFB) isolates were subjected to molecular typing targeting regions of difference (RDs), 16S rDNA gene and the direct repeat (DR) region using multiplex polymerase chain reaction (mPCR), gene sequencing and spoligotyping, respectively. Molecular drug susceptibility testing of M. tuberculosis isolates was performed by Genotype®MTBDRplus line probe assay (LPA) (Hain Life Sciences, Germany). Results Gastric lavage (n?=?43) or sputum (n?=?58) samples were collected from 101 children and 31.7% (32/101) of the samples were positive for AFB by microscopy, culture and/or PCR. Out of 25 AFB isolates, 60% (15/25) were identified as M. tuberculosis by PCR, and 40% isolates (10/25) were confirmed to be non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) by genus typing and 16S rDNA gene sequencing. Lineage classification assigned the M. tuberculosis strains into Euro-American (EUA, 66.7%; 10/15), East-African-Indian (EAI; 2/15), East-Asian (EA; 1/15) and Indio-Oceanic (IO; 1/15) lineages. Seven M. tuberculosis strains were new to the SpolDB4 database. All of the M. tuberculosis isolates were susceptible to isoniazid (INH) and rifampicin (RIF), except for one strain (of spoligotype SIT-149 or T3_ETH family) which had a mutation at the inhA locus which often confers resistance to INH (low level) and ethionamide. Conclusions Analysis of the genetic population structure of paediatric M. tuberculosis strains suggested similarity with that of adults, indicating an on-going and active transmission of M. tuberculosis from adults to children in Ethiopia. There were no multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) strains among the isolates. PMID:24007374

2013-01-01

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4. Photocopy of photograph (from Iowa State University Library, Special ...  

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4. Photocopy of photograph (from Iowa State University Library, Special Collections) Photographer unknown post 1891 INTERIOR, FIRST FLOOR, DINING ROOM - Iowa State University, College Building, Morrill Road, site of Beardshear Hall, Ames, Story County, IA

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Washington and Lee University Library Special Collections Collection Policy  

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Washington and Lee University Library Special Collections Collection Policy This policy revises categories of books: 1. Books from the libraries of earlier incarnations of Washington and Lee University. 2. Books that include Washington and Lee University in their subject content. 3. Books about Robert E. Lee

Marsh, David

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Serological survey of African horse sickness in selected districts of Jimma zone, Southwestern Ethiopia  

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A cross-sectional serological survey was undertaken in selected districts of different agro-ecology of Jimma zone (Dedo, Yebu,\\u000a Seka, Serbo, and Jimma town) from November 2009 to February 2010 to determine the seroprevalence of African horse sickness\\u000a virus and associated risk factors of the disease. Two hundred seventy-four equids (189 horses, 43 mules, and 47 donkeys) with\\u000a a history of non-vaccination

Molalegne Bitew; Ashenafi Andargie; Mihreteab Bekele; Shiferaw Jenberie; Gelagay Ayelet; Esayas Gelaye

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Academic Specialization and Contemporary University Humanities Centers  

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Given the academic specialization endemic today in humanities disciplines, some of the most important work of humanities centers has become promoting education about the humanities in general. After charting the rise of humanities centers in the US, three characteristics of centers that enable their advancement of larger concerns of the humanities…

Brownley, Martine W.

2012-01-01

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Special Edition: Woman Researchers in Kyoto University  

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;Contents 1 Message from the President Promoting a Gender-Equal Research Environment 2 About the Special Award 26 Brief History Ten Years of Gender Equality at KU 28 Programs and Services Gender Equality Cover: Clock Tower #12;Message from the President Message from the President Promoting a Gender-Equal

Takada, Shoji

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Special Collections University of Colorado at Boulder  

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in the Guide to the Medieval Manuscripts. Commentaries, selections, picture books (except Biblia Pauperum and other picture bibles) and stories from the Bible are not included. Books are organized alphabetically and Books of the Bible held in the Special Collections Department of Norlin Library. The list

Mojzsis, Stephen J.

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ROBERT E. KENNEDY LIBRARY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS & UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES  

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ROBERT E. KENNEDY LIBRARY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS & UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE to the Kennedy Library, California Polytechnic State University, all legal title, including any attendant rights to the terms and conditions,if any, stated below. The Kennedy Library may use its discretion in disposing

Sze, Lawrence

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The University of Tennessee: Special Education Teacher Education Major UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE  

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College of Education, Health and Human Sciences http://web.utk.edu/~utksped/ Department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education (TPTE) within the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences (CEHHSThe University of Tennessee: Special Education Teacher Education Major UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE

Tennessee, University of

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An Assessment of Grade Four Students Learning: The Case of Jimma Town  

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This study aimed at investigating grade four students learning at Jimma town, Ethiopia. A cross sectional survey method was employed. Students, teachers and principals were participants of the study. Standardized tests, questionnaire, interview and observation were the instruments used to collect authentic information from the research…

Lemma, Abbi; Regasa, Tadese; Hailu, Ewnetu; Sime, Tariku; Ferede, Bekalu; Tolemariam, Taye; Dejene, Tariku

2014-01-01

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Special thanks to Cleveland State University, George Washington University, Cornell University, Lehigh University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Kentucky, University of Arizona and MIT their WorkLife websites were especially helpful and are q  

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: Attract, retain, and support a world-class and diverse faculty, staff, and student population. Goal 1 of Pennsylvania, University of Kentucky, University of Arizona and MIT ­ their WorkLife websites were especiallySpecial thanks to Cleveland State University, George Washington University, Cornell University

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SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION 2013-2014 Handbook 1 Texas Tech University  

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SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION 2013-2014 Handbook 1 Texas Tech University Texas Tech University Educational Psychology Program School Psychology Specialization 2013--2014 DOCTORAL STUDENT HANDBOOK #12;SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION 2013-2014 Handbook 2 Texas Tech University School Psychology in Texas

Rock, Chris

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SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION 2014-2015 Handbook 1 Texas Tech University  

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SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION 2014-2015 Handbook 1 Texas Tech University Educational Psychology Program School Psychology Specialization 2014--2015 DOCTORAL STUDENT HANDBOOK #12;SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION 2014-2015 Handbook 2 Texas Tech University Table of Contents School Psychology in Texas

Zhang, Yuanlin

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Fact Sheet University Undergraduate satac.edu.au 1 The University of Adelaide -programs open to special entry  

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to special entry Fact Sheet University Undergraduate satac.edu.au 1 SATAC code Course/Program STAT Personal Dental Surgery Compulsory Not considered Not considered UMAT & interview 324391 Development Studies - programs open to special entry Fact Sheet University Undergraduate satac.edu.au 2 SATAC code Course

Mayer, Wolfgang

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The Florida A&M University -Florida State University College of Engineering offers a 24-credit Special  

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for Science and Technology (USST). This special academic program provides highly motivated and academically for Global Engagement (CGE) will provide special staff to support students throughout this program. Staff Special Academic Program in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering for The University of Shanghai

Sura, Philip

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Serological survey of African horse sickness in selected districts of Jimma zone, Southwestern Ethiopia.  

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A cross-sectional serological survey was undertaken in selected districts of different agro-ecology of Jimma zone (Dedo, Yebu, Seka, Serbo, and Jimma town) from November 2009 to February 2010 to determine the seroprevalence of African horse sickness virus and associated risk factors of the disease. Two hundred seventy-four equids (189 horses, 43 mules, and 47 donkeys) with a history of non-vaccination for at least 2 years were selected randomly from the above areas. Sera samples were collected and assayed for the presence of specific antibody against African horse sickness virus using blocking ELISA. An overall seroprevalence of 89 (32.5%) was found and it was 24 (51.1%) for donkeys, 13 (30.2%) for mules, and 52(28.3%) for horses. Seroprevalence was significantly (X(2) = 11.05, P < 0.05) different among the different species of equids. Seroprevalence was also significantly (X(2) = 11.43, P < 0.05) different among the different agro-ecological areas being higher in highlands 47 (40.5%) followed by midland 30 (34.5%) and lowland 12 (16.9%). Age and sex were not significantly (X(2) = 3.15, P > 0.05 and X(2) = 3.38, P > 0.05, respectively) associated with seroprevalence of AHSV. The present study showed that African horse sickness (AHS) is highly prevalent disease for the horses followed by mules and then donkeys in Jimma zone explained by lower seroconversion rate. Therefore, control strategy against AHS should target at high risk species of all age and sex in their locality in the initial stage for better containment of the disease. PMID:21465102

Bitew, Molalegne; Andargie, Ashenafi; Bekele, Mihreteab; Jenberie, Shiferaw; Ayelet, Gelagay; Gelaye, Esayas

2011-12-01

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UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON SYSTEM Special Called Board of Regents Meeting  

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of Houston $4,844 The University of Texas at Arlington $4,576 Texas Tech University $4,532 The University.D.) $4,049 $0 0.0% $4,049 Pharmacy Professional Doctoral (Pharm.D) $5,129 $0 0.0% $5,129 Doctoral (Ph

Azevedo, Ricardo

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The Florida A&M University -Florida State University College of Engineering offers a 31-credit Special  

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. This unique program was designed for highly motivated and academically-inclined, rising senior students who://www.southgateattallahassee.com/ PROGRAM SUPPORT The Center for Global Engagement (CGE) will provide special staff to support students Special Academic Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering for Tianjin University of Technology

Sura, Philip

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Stephen F. Austin State University Undergraduate Special Education  

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and to contribute to the common good. CORE VALUES In the Perkins College of Education at Stephen F. Austin State Standards 8 CEC Standards for Beginning Special Educators 9 State Board for Educator Certification Standards

Long, Nicholas

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University of Memphis Benefits for Retired Employees Special privileges are extended to University of Memphis retirees to encourage and  

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University of Memphis Benefits for Retired Employees Special privileges are extended to University faculty and staff members. Included in these privileges are the following: · Retired employees may have Parking Office with valid UofM Retiree ID card. Temporary employment after retirement A retired employee

Dasgupta, Dipankar

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UCSC Library Food and Drink Policy The University Librarian or an Associate University Librarian may approve special events or other  

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UCSC Library Food and Drink Policy The University Librarian or an Associate University Librarian may approve special events or other exceptions to the policy. Specified food and drink items such as covered cups or water bottles. · Food is limited to snacks or wrapped items that are consumed

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Collection Management Policy Special and Digital Collections Department University  

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areas: Florida studies, children's and young adult literature, science fiction and fantasy, Holocaust & genocide studies, the arts, literature and book arts, LGBT studies, and University archives. III

Meyers, Steven D.

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Setting Up a Special Collection on Water Pollution in a University Library  

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The establishment of a special collection within the university library, the complexities of identifying and collecting reports in the environmental area, locating agencies concerned with water pollution, and recording the location of other local collections of data are described. (Author)

Friedlander, Janet

1974-01-01

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School-University Partnerships in Special Education Field Experiences: A National Descriptive Study.  

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A survey of 115 universities and colleges that provide special education teacher preparation found nearly three-fourths reported having formal written partnerships with districts, schools, or teachers, however, such formal partnerships only partially influenced the identification and placement of preservice teachers in special education field…

Prater, Mary Anne; Sileo, Thomas W.

2002-01-01

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Portland State University Graduate School of Education Research unit Futures Project: Preparing Special Educators to Use  

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Portland State University Graduate School of Education Research unit Futures Project: Preparing Special Educators to Use Evidence-Based Practices to Support Desirable Futures for Students: falcor@pdx.edu Purpose: The Futures Project prepares 60 highly qualified special educators at the master

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University of Utah, College of Education Master of Education in Special Education with  

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1 University of Utah, College of Education Master of Education in Special Education with Elementary Licensure through the Urban Institute for Teacher Education 2013-2014 Program information is subject to change without notice--Updated 07/2012 The Master's of Education in Special Education with Elementary

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Ordering from Apple Royal Holloway University have a special agreement with Apple Distribution International.  

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Ordering from Apple Royal Holloway University have a special agreement with Apple Distribution International. The overall management of the Agreement is via the Universities' Apple Computer Group (UACG at the National Apple Higher Education Agreement price. This pricing can be found at: https://ecommerce.apple

Royal Holloway, University of London

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Implementing ward based clinical pharmacy services in an Ethiopian University Hospital  

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Background Clinical pharmacy practice has developed internationally to expand the role of a pharmacist well beyond the traditional roles of compounding, dispensing and supplying drugs to roles more directly in caring for patients. Studies on the activities of the clinical pharmacist in an inpatient ward in resource constrained settings are scarce, however. Objective To assess ward based clinical pharmacy services in an internal medicine ward of Jimma University Specialized Hospital. Methods The study was carried out in the internal medicine ward from March to April, 2011 at Jimma University Specialized Hospital. The study design was a prospective observational study where pharmaceutical care services provided by clinical pharmacists for inpatients were documented over a period of two months. Interventions like optimization of rational drug use and physician acceptance of these recommendations were documented. Clinical significance of interventions was evaluated by an independent team (1 internist, 1 clinical pharmacologist) using a standardized method for categorizing drug related problems (DRPs). Results A total of 149 drug related interventions conducted for 48 patients were documented; among which 133(89.3%) were clinical pharmacists initiated interventions and 16(10.7%) interventions were initiated by other health care professionals. The most frequent DRPs underlying interventions were unnecessary drug therapy, 36(24.2%); needs additional drug therapy, 34(22.8%) and noncompliance, 29(19.5%). The most frequent intervention type was change of dosage/instruction for use, 23(15.4%). Acceptance rate by physicians was 68.4%. Among the interventions that were rated as clinically significant, 46(48.9%) and 25(26.6%) had major and moderate clinical importance respectively. Conclusions Involving trained clinical pharmacists in the healthcare team leads to clinically relevant and well accepted optimization of medicine use in a resource limited settings. This approach can likely be generalized to other health care settings in the country to improve medication outcomes. PMID:24155850

Mekonnen, Alemayehu B.; Yesuf, Elias A.; Odegard, Peggy S.; Wega, Sultan S.

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OREGONA special report on college and university research programs  

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Southern Oregon University PLUS Research Oregon roundtable: What it takes to bring research to market #12;R a discipline of frontiers, but right now it seems like researchers around the state are on the cusp change the way we live. Exploring these new disciplines will not only lead to scientific breakthroughs

Bertini, Robert L.

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Exposure and health risk assessment of lead in communities of Jimma town, southwestern Ethiopia.  

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Human beings could be exposed to lead arising from different environmental sources, such as air, water and soil. Tap water, air and soil samples were collected from four quadrants of Jimma town in southwestern Ethiopia. Eighty samples from each environmental source: water, air and soil samples were collected and analyzed for lead concentration. Prediction of the blood lead level and risk characterization was made using integrated exposure uptake biokinetic model and lead risk was calculated using USEPA guideline. Average concentration of lead in water, air and soils were 24.55 ± 10.01, 1.01 ± 0.41 µg/m(3), and 220.08 ± 135.95 µg/g respectively. Uptake of lead by children is significantly higher than the adults. The total risk value was 1.41 for children and 0.37 for adults. The finding revealed that children are more at risk than adults. PMID:24859516

Getaneh, Zerihun; Mekonen, Seblework; Ambelu, Argaw

2014-08-01

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Specialization and Universals in the Development of Reading Skill: How Chinese Research Informs a Universal Science of Reading  

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Understanding Chinese reading is important for identifying the universal aspects of reading, separated from those aspects that are specific to alphabetic writing or to English in particular. Chinese and alphabetic writing make different demands on reading and learning to read, despite reading procedures and their supporting brain networks that are partly universal. Learning to read accommodates the demands of a writing system through the specialization of brain networks that support word identification. This specialization increases with reading development, leading to differences in the brain networks for alphabetic and Chinese reading. We suggest that beyond reading procedures that are partly universal and partly writing-system specific, functional reading universals arise across writing systems in their adaptation to human cognitive abilities. PMID:24744605

Perfetti, Charles; Cao, Fan; Booth, James

2014-01-01

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Predictors of refusal of provider initiated HIV testing among clients visiting adult outpatient departments in Jimma town, Oromia Region, Ethiopia: unmatched case control study  

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Background Currently, provider-initiated human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing (PIHT) in health facilities is one of the strategies to advance HIV testing and related services. However, many HIV infected clients are missing the opportunities. This study intends to identify predictors of refusal of PIHT among clients visiting adult outpatient departments (OPDs) in Jimma town. Methods An unmatched case control study was conducted among 296 clients: 149 cases refusing HIV testing and 147 controls accepting HIV testing. The study recruited clients from OPDs of four public health facilities between March 6 and April 8, 2011 using consecutive sampling. The study instrument was adapted mainly considering health belief model (HBM). Jimma University ethical committee reviewed the study protocol. Data were collected by face-to-face interview and analyzed using SPSS Statistics (IBM Corporation, Somers, NY) software, version 16.0. Data were subjected to factor and reliability analysis. For prediction analysis, the study used logistic regression and odds ratio (OR) with 95% confidence interval (CI). To see the effects among HBM constructs, the study used standardized beta (?) coefficients at P < 0.05. Results The study findings showed adjusted protective effects on refusal of PIHT for residence outside study town [adjusted OR (AOR) (95% CI) = 0.41 (0.22–0.79)] and higher scores of perceived benefit of early testing [AOR (95% CI)] = 0.86 (0.69–0.99)], self efficacy to live with HIV [AOR (95% CI) = 0.79 (0.66–0.93)], nondisclosure agreement [AOR (95% CI) = 0.74 (0.58–0.93)], perceived explicitness of opt-out right during initiation [AOR (95% CI) = 0.74 (0.56–0.98)] and clients’ perceptions of selective initiation of HIV suspected [AOR (95% CI) = 0.54 (0.41–0.73)]. On the other hand, report of recent testing [AOR (95% CI) = 3.82 (1.71–8.55)] and perceived unpreparedness for testing [AOR (95% CI) = 1.86 (1.57–2.21)] aggravated refusal of PIHT. Exposure to cues to testing significantly reduced perceived barriers [? (P) = ?0.05 (0.037)]. Conclusion Clients’ perceived barriers: feeling of unpreparedness for testing strongly aggravated refusal of test. Enhanced self-efficacy to live with HIV and presence of cues to HIV testing would reduce unpreparedness and protect from refusing PIHT. PMID:22904647

Lemu, Yohannes Kebede; Koricha, Zewdie Birhanu; Gebretsadik, Lakew Abebe; Roro, Ameyu Godesso

2012-01-01

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Universal and special keys based on phase-truncated Fourier transform  

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We propose a novel optical asymmetric cryptosystem based on a phase-truncated Fourier transform. Two decryption keys independent of each other are generated. They are referred to as universal key and special key, respectively. Each of them can be used for decryption independently in absence of the other. The universal key is applicable to decrypt any ciphertext encoded by the same encryption key, but with poor legibility. On the contrary, the special key is adequate for legible decryption, but only valid for one ciphertext corresponding to the specified plaintext. A set of simulation results show the interesting performance of two types of de cryption keys. PMID:25339784

Qin, Wan; Peng, Xiang; Meng, Xiangfeng; Gao, Bruce

2013-01-01

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Occupational lead exposure among automotive garage workers - a case study for Jimma town, Ethiopia  

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Background In Ethiopia, although there are numerous small-scale and medium industries which use lead-based raw materials that may pose health risks to workers, there are no workplace regulations for lead exposure. Moreover, there are no studies carried out on the blood lead levels (BLLs) of workers or on the contribution of common workplace practices to lead poisoning. Method A cross-sectional study on the BLLs of 45 automotive garage workers and 40 non-garage workers was carried out in the town of Jimma, Ethiopia. In addition to BLL analysis, data on some risk factors such as smoking, and chewing ‘khat’ (the leaves of Catha adulis) were gathered through structured questionnaires and interviews and data analysis was performed using SPSS (version 16). The t-test was used to compare mean BLLs of study groups. The analysis of variance (ANOVA), Kruskal-Wallis, Pearson chi-square and odds ratio tests were used to investigate the associations between specific job type, smoking and/or ‘khat’ chewing, service years and occurrence of non-specific symptoms with BLLs. Results The mean BLL of the automotive-garage workers was found to be significantly greater than that of the controls. The BLLs of all the lead-exposed individuals were found to be over 10??g/dL, and 53% of them had BLLs ranging 12 – 20??g/dL, with the remaining 47% having over 20??g/dL. The BLL of the workers increased with the duration of working in an automotive garage. Individuals involved in manual car painting comprise a larger percentage (58%) of those with the highest BLLs (? 20??g/dL). Lead accumulation in individuals who chew ‘khat’ in the work place was found to be faster than in those who are not used to chewing ‘khat’. ‘Khat’ is an evergreen shrub native to tropical East Africa, with dark green opposite leaves which are chewed when fresh for their stimulating effects. Conclusion The findings of the study have clearly demonstrated that the BLLs of automotive-garage workers in Jimma town are considerably high with a range of 11.73 – 36.52??g/dL and the workers are in danger of impending lead toxicity. The BLLs of the workers are influenced by their occupational practices, chewing Catha adulis leaves at the workplace, and the time spent working in an automotive garage. PMID:22776678

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Urban malaria and associated risk factors in Jimma town, south-west Ethiopia  

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Background Malaria kills millions around the world. Until recently it was believed to be a disease of rural areas, since the Anopheles mosquito, which transmits Plasmodium species breeds in rural areas. Urban malaria is emerging as a potential, but "avertable" crisis, in Africa. In view of the rapidly growing number of small and medium-sized towns in Ethiopia there is a pressing need to improve the understanding of the epidemiology of malaria. Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine malaria prevalence and associated risk factors in Jimma town. Methods A cross-sectional study was carried out in Jimma town from April 1 to May 28, 2010. 804 study participants were included from 291 households for microscopic examination of malaria parasites. Socio-demography data and risk factors were collected using structured questionnaires. Logistic regression analysis was done using SPSS 15.0 statistical software. Results From a total of 804 study participants in current survey only 42 (5.2%) were positive for malaria parasites. Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium falciparum and mixed infection accounted 71.4%, 26.2% and 2.4%, respectively. Higher malaria prevalence rate was observed among under-five children (11%). Those who do not use insecticide-treated bed nets (ITN) were more likely to be infected with malaria (OR = 13.6; 95% CI 4.9-37.2, p < 0.001) compared with those who use the ITN. Living in areas where stagnant water existed (OR = 2.1; 95% CI 1.00-4.2, p = 0.047) and its distance of existence <1 km from the house(OR = 2.1; 95% CI 2.0-15.8, p = 0.001) were more likely to be infected with malaria parasite compared with those who live away from stagnant at a distance greater than 1 km. Conclusion Malaria is a major health problem with P. vivax becoming a predominant species in the town. The prevalence was strongly associated with proximity of residence to potential mosquito breeding sites. Malaria is affecting significant proportions of the urban settlers and human activities nevertheless play an important role in bringing the mosquito breeding sites closer to residences. PMID:21699741

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Elaine Shallcross, University of Aberdeen Library, Special Collections and Museums November 2011 Library Information Skills Workshop  

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assignment. The words don't have to be in any order: mobile phone, cell phone, cancer, mast, mobile phones*" "cellular phone*" "cell phone*" Idea/Concept 2 cancer* tumour tumor Idea/Concept 3 "electromagnetic emissionElaine Shallcross, University of Aberdeen Library, Special Collections and Museums November 2011

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University of Utah, College of Education Master of Education in Special Education with  

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Geography BA+MA Binghamton University's Department of Geography specializes in applied geography,  

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Geography BA+MA Binghamton University's Department of Geography specializes in applied geography, especially GIS (geographic information system), urban planning, and geography of "race, ethnicity and place emphasizes will increase. Geography Dept's career resources: http://geography.binghamton.edu/html/Career%20

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Special Collections Page 1 of 4 University of Colorado at Boulder  

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War Pamphlet Bibliography Compiled by Sarah Vlasity, Summer 2009 Aid to Spanish Youth Committee, Chapman. Spain and the Church. London: Secular Society Limited, 1936. SCW10. #12;Special Collections Page 2 of 4 © University of Colorado at Boulder Committee of Enquiry. Report and Findings of Committee

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Training Process Cycles for Special Education Teachers and University Supervisors: A Turkish Context  

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In special education teacher training programs, the teaching practicum's role is both wide and extensive. Since, during this process, providing qualitative and satisfactory consulting services to supervisors is crucial, it is very important that university supervisors be experienced and have obtained proficiency in the field of consultation.…

Vuran, Sezgin; Ergenekon, Yasemin

2014-01-01

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Special Talent Review Submitting a Special Talent Review in Music at Binghamton University is an opportunity to showcase your talents; it is  

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Special Talent Review Music Submitting a Special Talent Review in Music at Binghamton University is an opportunity to showcase your talents; it is open to all applicants regardless of intended major. For applicants to the Bachelor of Music degree in Performance, the Talent Review will be used for pre

Suzuki, Masatsugu

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Special Talent Review Submitting a special talent for review at Binghamton University is an opportunity for your talents to be actively  

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Special Talent Review Art Submitting a special talent for review at Binghamton University is an opportunity for your talents to be actively considered in your admissions process. It is simply a chance to showcase your talents; it does not affect your intended major. However, the portfolio is intended

Suzuki, Masatsugu

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Antenatal Care Strengthening in Jimma, Ethiopia: A Mixed-Method Needs Assessment  

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Objective. We assessed how health system priorities matched user expectations and what the needs for antenatal care (ANC) strengthening were for improved maternal health in Jimma, Ethiopia. Methods. A questionnaire survey among all recent mothers in the study area was conducted to study the content of ANC and to identify the predictors of low ANC satisfaction. Further, a qualitative approach was applied to understand perceptions, practices, and policies of ANC. Results. There were no national guidelines for ANC in Ethiopia. Within the health system, the teaching of health professional students was given high priority, and that contributed to a lack of continuity and privacy. To the women, poor user-provider interaction was a serious concern hindering the trust in the health care providers. Further, the care provision was compromised by the inadequate laboratory facilities, unstructured health education, and lack of training of health professionals. Conclusions. Health system trials are needed to study the feasibility of ANC strengthening in the study area. Nationally and internationally, the leadership needs to be strengthened with supportive supervision geared towards building trust and mutual respect to protect maternal and infant health.

Villadsen, Sarah Fredsted; Tersb?l, Britt Pinkowski; Negussie, Dereje; GebreMariam, Abebe; Tilahun, Abebech; Friis, Henrik; Rasch, Vibeke

2014-01-01

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Traditional medicinal plant knowledge and use by local healers in Sekoru District, Jimma Zone, Southwestern Ethiopia  

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The knowledge and use of medicinal plant species by traditional healers was investigated in Sekoru District, Jimma Zone, Southwestern Ethiopia from December 2005 to November 2006. Traditional healers of the study area were selected randomly and interviewed with the help of translators to gather information on the knowledge and use of medicinal plants used as a remedy for human ailments in the study area. In the current study, it was reported that 27 plant species belonging to 27 genera and 18 families were commonly used to treat various human ailments. Most of these species (85.71%) were wild and harvested mainly for their leaves (64.52%). The most cited ethnomedicinal plant species was Alysicarpus quartinianus A. Rich., whose roots and leaves were reported by traditional healers to be crushed in fresh and applied as a lotion on the lesions of patients of Abiato (Shererit). No significant correlation was observed between the age of traditional healers and the number of species reported and the indigenous knowledge transfer was found to be similar. More than one medicinal plant species were used more frequently than the use of a single species for remedy preparations. Plant parts used for remedy preparations showed significant difference with medicinal plant species abundance in the study area. PMID:17547765

Yineger, Haile; Yewhalaw, Delenasaw

2007-01-01

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Antenatal care strengthening in jimma, ethiopia: a mixed-method needs assessment.  

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Objective. We assessed how health system priorities matched user expectations and what the needs for antenatal care (ANC) strengthening were for improved maternal health in Jimma, Ethiopia. Methods. A questionnaire survey among all recent mothers in the study area was conducted to study the content of ANC and to identify the predictors of low ANC satisfaction. Further, a qualitative approach was applied to understand perceptions, practices, and policies of ANC. Results. There were no national guidelines for ANC in Ethiopia. Within the health system, the teaching of health professional students was given high priority, and that contributed to a lack of continuity and privacy. To the women, poor user-provider interaction was a serious concern hindering the trust in the health care providers. Further, the care provision was compromised by the inadequate laboratory facilities, unstructured health education, and lack of training of health professionals. Conclusions. Health system trials are needed to study the feasibility of ANC strengthening in the study area. Nationally and internationally, the leadership needs to be strengthened with supportive supervision geared towards building trust and mutual respect to protect maternal and infant health. PMID:25258631

Villadsen, Sarah Fredsted; Tersbøl, Britt Pinkowski; Negussie, Dereje; GebreMariam, Abebe; Tilahun, Abebech; Friis, Henrik; Rasch, Vibeke

2014-01-01

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Municipal solid waste generation in growing urban areas in Africa: current practices and relation to socioeconomic factors in Jimma, Ethiopia.  

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As one of cities in the developing countries, a rapid population growth and industrial activities pose many environmental challenges for Jimma city, Ethiopia. One aspect of urban growth posing a threat on sustainable development is poor solid waste management, which results in environmental pollution. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the quantity, composition, sources of waste generated, their current disposal practices, and to recommend appropriate management technologies. The total waste generated daily in Jimma city was ca. 88,000 kg, and the average per capita generation rate was 0.55?±?0.17 kg/capita/day. Eighty-seven percent of the waste was produced by households and 13% by institutions, and a negligible fraction (0.1%) was generated by street sweepings. During the rainy season, 40% more waste was generated than in the dry season because of the increased availability of agricultural food product. Further analysis showed that biodegradable organic waste constitutes 54% by weight with an average moisture content of 60% that falls within the required limits for composting. The nonbiodegradable components constitute 46% of which 30% of it was nonrecyclable material. Only 25% of the community uses municipal containers for disposal at the selected landfill site. Fifty-one percent of the households disposed their waste in individually chosen spots, whereas 22% burned their waste. Finally 2% of households use private waste collectors. The socioeconomic analysis showed that higher family income and educational status is associated more with private or municipal waste collection and less with the application of backyard or open dumping. These insights into generated waste and management practice in Jimma city allow making suggestions for improved collection, treatment, and disposal methods. A primary conclusion is that the biodegradable waste is a major fraction having suitable properties for recycling. As such an economic benefit can be obtained from this waste while avoiding the need for disposal. PMID:22042042

Getahun, T; Mengistie, E; Haddis, A; Wasie, F; Alemayehu, E; Dadi, D; Van Gerven, T; Van der Bruggen, B

2012-10-01

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Specialization.  

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Designed for middle school students, this award winning, six-day teaching unit helped students learn about the concepts of specialization, interdependence, efficiency, and profit. At the onset of the lesson the students were already familiar with the concepts of scarcity, goods, services, profits, supply, demand, and opportunity costs. The unit's…

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The University of Tennessee: Special Education Teacher Education Major UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE  

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. S.) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Transitional Licensure Programs #12;The University of Tennessee and Certifications 12 Transitional Licensure Programs (formerly Alternative) 13 BASE-TN Program 13 Transitional Licensure Pathway 14 Transitional Endorsement in Modified K-12 15 Transitional Endorsement in Comprehensive

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Special Relativity Derived from Cellular Automata Theory: The Origin of the Universal Speed Limit  

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A new formulation of Special Relativity is described. It is based on Cellular Automata theory and on a new theory of inertia called Quantum Inertia. The universe consists of a huge 3D array of cells given by C(x,y,z), whose numeric states are updated by every new CA clock period. The numeric state of the cells depends on the contents of

Tom Ostoma; Mike Trushyk

1998-01-01

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SUPPORT FOR THE CONTINUATION OF FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN JIMMA ZONE, SOUTHWEST ETHIOPIA  

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BACKGROUND Female genital mutilation/cutting is a harmful practice which has effect on female’s wellbeing. However, the practice has continued to prevail in many cultures. Research on the social determinants of the practice and its continuation are scarce. The objective of this study was to assess whether attitude towards the continuation of female genital mutilation is predicted by gender role perception among adolescents in Jimma zone. METHODS This study used data collected in the first round of Jimma Longitudinal Family Survey of Youth. A total of 2084 adolescents were identified from 3700 households and one adolescent were interviewed from each household using structured questionnaire. Data on the socio-demographic characteristics, religiosity, access to electronic media, perception of gender role, attitude towards continuation of Female circumcision was collected. Descriptive and multivariate statistical techniques were used to analyze the data using SPSS for windows version 16.0. Statically tests were performed at the level of significance of 5%. RESULTS Of the 2084 adolescents, 1146 (55.0%) were aged 12–14 years, 1025 (49.2%) females and 749 (35.9%) from rural areas. The majority, 1289 (61.9%) were Muslims and 1351 (64.8%) Oromo. Five hundred seventy three (28.1%) of the male youth did not agree to the importance of marrying a circumcised girl. However, 149 (13.8%) and 258 (12.7%) agreed that it is very important and important, to marry a circumcised girl, respectively. On multivariate logistic regression analysis, perception of gender role, sex, place of residence, highest education in the household and religion remained to be important predictors of attitude towards the continuation of female genital mutilation after adjustment for age and ethnicity. Adolescents who had low gender role perception were 1.4 times more likely to have a positive attitude towards the continuation of the female genital mutilation (OR: 95%CI, 1.41: 1.02–1.94). Female adolescents were 36% less likely to support (P<0.01) the continuation of FGM compared to their male counter parts (OR: 0.64; 95%CI: 0.49, 0.83). Compared to urban youth, those who live in semi urban and rural areas were 1.46 and 1.52 times more likely to have a positive attitude towards the continuation of the FGM practice, respectively (P<0.05). Similarly the Probability of having positive attitude towards the continuation of the FGM practice decreased steadily as the highest educational level in the household increased. CONCLUSION One-fifth of the youth support the continuation of the practice. Low gender roles perception, being from the rural areas, household’s lower level of education and being Muslim were strong predictors of the attitude towards the continuation of female genital mutilation. Improving perception of adolescents towards gender roles through effective behavior change communication, and involving religious leaders in the campaign against the practice of female genital mutilation is recommended as a useful strategy to ban the practice. PMID:25125929

Mariam, Abebe G.; Hailemariam, Assefa; Belachew, Tefera; Michael, Kifle W.; Lindstrom, David

2014-01-01

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Climatic variables and malaria transmission dynamics in Jimma town, South West Ethiopia  

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Background:- In Ethiopia, malaria is seasonal and unstable, causing frequent epidemics. It usually occurs at altitudes < 2,000 m above sea level. Occasionally, transmission of malaria occurs in areas previously free of malaria, including areas > 2,000 m above sea level. For transmission of malaria parasite, climatic factors are important determinants as well as non-climatic factors that can negate climatic influences. Indeed, there is a scarcity of information on the correlation between climatic variability and malaria transmission risk in Ethiopia in general and in the study area in particular. Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine the level of correlation between meteorological variables and malaria cases. Methods: - Time-series analysis was conducted using data on monthly meteorological variables and monthly total malaria in Jimma town, south west Ethiopia, for the period 2000-2009. All the data were entered and analyzed using SPSS-15 database program. Spearman correlation and linear regression analysis were used to asses association between the variables. Results: - During last ten years (2000-2009), a fluctuating trend of malaria transmission was observed with P.vivax becoming predominant species. Spearman correlation analysis showed that monthly minimum temperature, total rainfall and two measures of relative humidity were positively related with malaria but monthly maximum temperature negatively related. Also regression analysis suggested that monthly minimum (p = 0.008), monthly maximum temperature (p = 0.013) and monthly total rainfall (p = 0.040), at one month lagged effect, were significant meteorological factors for transmission of malaria in the study area. Conclusion: - Malaria incidences in the last decade seem to have a significant association with meteorological variables. In future, prospective and multidisciplinary cooperative research involving researchers from the fields of parasitology, epidemiology, botany, agriculture and climatology is necessary to identify the real effect of meteorological factors on vector- borne diseases like malaria. PMID:21366906

2011-01-01

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Strengthening the Weaknesses: The Leadership Dexterity of Special Students. A Case of Special Students at University of Tampere in Finland  

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Leadership is a complex phenomenon and is also the least understood although discussed widely. However, in education leadership is everywhere. Moreover, taking into consideration of special students leadership, my research explores the dexterity of special students in terms of traits approach of leadership. Cases were developed from special…

Rajbhandari, Mani Man Singh

2013-01-01

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Talent Review for Music Submitting a special talent for review at Binghamton University is simply an opportunity to showcase  

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Talent Review for Music Submitting a special talent for review at Binghamton University is simply an opportunity to showcase your talents; it does not affect your intended major at Binghamton. Submission will be reviewed academically first; if deferred, your file will be reviewed for Special Talent.) If you apply via

Zhang, Zhongfei "Mark"

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Talent Review for Theatre/Dance Submitting a special talent for review at Binghamton University is simply an opportunity to  

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Talent Review for Theatre/Dance Submitting a special talent for review at Binghamton University is simply an opportunity to showcase your talents; it does not affect your intended major at Binghamton consideration for the special talent program. If you applied Early Action, your portfolio must be received

Zhang, Zhongfei "Mark"

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Talent Review for Art Submitting a special talent for review at Binghamton University is simply an opportunity to showcase  

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Talent Review for Art Submitting a special talent for review at Binghamton University is simply an opportunity to showcase your talents; it does not affect your intended major at Binghamton. If your portfolio for the special talent program. If you applied Early Action, your portfolio must be received by November 15, 2012

Zhang, Zhongfei "Mark"

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Annual Distinguished Lectures in Special Education (5th, University of Southern California School of Education, Los Angeles, Summer 1966).  

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The University of Southern California School of Education invited several persons in the field of special education to lecture at a specially designated summer session series. The following lectures were delivered in the summer of 1966: "Headstart on Headstart: A Thirty Year Evaluation" by Harold M. Skeels, "The Role of Language in the Development…

Magary, James F., Ed.; McIntyre, Robert B., Ed.

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The San Jose State University Bilingual/Multicultural Special Education Personnel Preparation Program: A Report on Thirteen Years of Experience.  

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The report describes the San Jose State University (California) teacher education program to prepare teachers of multicultural special education in elementary and secondary schools. It begins by describing the program's components, all related to bilingual special education teacher training: the training program itself; teacher certification; an…

Grossman, Herbert

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Page 114 Education: Educational Leadership and Special Education (ELSE) Sonoma State University 2014-2015 Catalog EDUCATION: EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP  

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Page 114 Education: Educational Leadership and Special Education (ELSE) Sonoma State University 2014-2015 Catalog EDUCATION: EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND SPECIAL EDUCATION (ELSE) DEPARTMENT OFFICE Stevenson Hall 1078 (707) 664-3115 fax: (707) 664-2483 www.sonoma.edu/education ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

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Education: Educational Leadership and Special Education (ELSE) Page 113Sonoma State University 2012-2013 Catalog EDUCATION: EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP  

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Education: Educational Leadership and Special Education (ELSE) Page 113Sonoma State University 2012-2013 Catalog EDUCATION: EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND SPECIAL EDUCATION (ELSE) DEPARTMENT OFFICE Stevenson Hall 1078 (707) 664-4203 fax: (707) 664-2483 www.sonoma.edu/education ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATORS Kathryn

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Progress on the Ohio State University Get Away Special G-0318: DEAP  

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The Get Away Special program became a major presence at the Ohio State University with the award of GAS-0318 by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. There are some twenty engineering researchers and students currently working on the project. GAS-0318 payload is an experimental manufacturing process known as Directional Electrostatic Accretion Process (DEAP). This high precision portable microgravity manufacturing method will revolutionize the manufacture and repair of spacecraft and space structures. The cost effectiveness of this process will be invaluable to future space development and exploration.

Sarigul, Nesrin; Mortensen, A. J.

1987-01-01

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Special Relativity Derived from Cellular Automata Theory: The Origin of the Universal Speed Limit  

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A new formulation of Special Relativity is described. It is based on Cellular Automata theory and on a new theory of inertia called Quantum Inertia. The universe consists of a huge 3D array of cells given by C(x,y,z), whose numeric states are updated by every new CA clock period. The numeric state of the cells depends on the contents of the imediate neigbours and on the mathematical rules of the cell, with each cell containing the same set of rules. Photon motion on the CA is represented by information patterns 'shifting' from cell to adjacent cell at every clock cycle, and this represents the universal speed limit. The Lorentz Transformations follow directly from this model of light motion. The concept of mass and inertia is revised to be compatible with the CA model.

T. Ostoma; M. Trushyk

1998-10-06

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Getting to MARS: Working with an Automated Retrieval System in the Special Collections Department at the University of Nevada, Reno  

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The University of Nevada, Reno's Special Collections and University Archives Department moved into a new facility and had to utilize an automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) for storage of manuscript and archival collections. Using ASRS bins presented theoretical challenges in planning for the move. This article highlights how well the…

Sundstrand, Jacquelyn K.

2011-01-01

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A Universal Model for Predicting Dynamics of the Epidemics Caused by Special Pathogens  

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A universal model intended primarily for predicting dynamics of the mass epidemics (outbreaks) caused by special pathogens is being developed at the State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology Vector. The model includes the range of major countermeasures: preventive and emergency mass vaccination, vaccination of risk groups as well as search for and isolation/observation of infected cases, contacts, and suspects, and quarantine. The intensity of interventions depends on the availability of the relevant resources. The effect of resource limitations on the development of a putative epidemic of Ebola hemorrhagic fever is demonstrated. The modeling results allow for estimation of the material and human resources necessary for eradication of an epidemic. PMID:23998125

Bachinsky, Alexander G.; Nizolenko, Lily Ph.

2013-01-01

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Special Education/Autism Open Rank At Arizona State University's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College we are dedicated to preparing  

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Special Education/Autism Open Rank Job #10306 At Arizona State University's Mary Lou Fulton and the community. The successful candidate will build a program of research and scholarship in the field of autism development. Major responsibilities include: (1) teaching in the autism program, including graduate on

Reisslein, Martin

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Page 118 Education: Educational Leadership and Special Education (ELSE) Sonoma State University 2008-2010 Catalog Department Office  

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Page 118 Education: Educational Leadership and Special Education (ELSE) Sonoma State University 2008-2010 Catalog Department Office Stevenson Hall 1078 (707) 664-4203 fax (707) 664-2483 www.sonoma.edu/education Brace Mary Dingle Jennifer Mahdavi Paul Porter Department Overview The Department of Educational

Ravikumar, B.

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Determinants and Causes of Neonatal Mortality in Jimma Zone, Southwest Ethiopia: A Multilevel Analysis of Prospective Follow Up Study  

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Background Ethiopia is among the countries with the highest neonatal mortality with the rate of 37 deaths per 1000 live births. In spite of many efforts by the government and other partners, non-significant decline has been achieved in the last 15 years. Thus, identifying the determinants and causes are very crucial for policy and program improvement. However, studies are scarce in the country in general and in Jimma zone in particular. Objective To identify the determinants and causes of neonatal mortality in Jimma Zone, Southwest Ethiopia. Methods A prospective follow-up study was conducted among 3463 neonates from September 2012 to December 2013. The data were collected by interviewer-administered structured questionnaire and analyzed by SPSS V.20.0 and STATA 13. Verbal autopsies were conducted to identify causes of neonatal death. Mixed-effects multilevel logistic regression model was used to identify determinants of neonatal mortality. Results The status of neonatal mortality rate was 35.5 (95%CI: 28.3, 42.6) per 1000 live births. Though significant variation existed between clusters in relation to neonatal mortality, cluster-level variables were found to have non-significant effect on neonatal mortality. Individual-level variables such as birth order, frequency of antenatal care use, delivery place, gestation age at birth, premature rupture of membrane, complication during labor, twin births, size of neonate at birth and neonatal care practice were identified as determinants of neonatal mortality. Birth asphyxia (47.5%), neonatal infections (34.3%) and prematurity (11.1%) were the three leading causes of neonatal mortality accounting for 93%. Conclusions This study revealed high status of neonatal mortality in the study area. Higher-level variables had less importance in determining neonatal mortality. Individual level variables related to care during pregnancy, intra-partum complications and care, neonatal conditions and the immediate neonatal care practices were identified as determinant factors. Improving antenatal care, intra-partum care and immediate neonatal care are recommended. PMID:25232842

Debelew, Gurmesa Tura; Afework, Mesganaw Fantahun; Yalew, Alemayehu Worku

2014-01-01

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Portland State University Graduate School of Education Research unit Bilingual Special Educator (BiSPED)  

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@pdx.edu Purpose: The Bilingual Special Educator (BiSPED) project will coordinate with a consortium of school a research-based licensure program leading to highly qualified special educator status and ESL and reduce disproportionate LEP student representation in special education. This project will also address

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20 CFR 656.18 - Optional special recruitment and documentation procedures for college and university teachers.  

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...documentation procedures for college and university teachers. 656.18 Section...documentation procedures for college and university teachers. (a) Filing...certification of employment of college and university teachers must be filed...

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Are Cosmetics Used in Developing Countries Safe? Use and Dermal Irritation of Body Care Products in Jimma Town, Southwestern Ethiopia  

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Background. Rabbit skin model was used to test skin irritation of the most commonly used cosmetic products in Jimma town, southwestern Ethiopia. The most commonly used cosmetics were Dove, Glysolid, College, Top Society, Fair and Lovely, Nivea, Lux, Magic fruit world, Solea, Body talk, Kris, Holly, Victoria, and Sweet Heart. Methods. Intact and abraded rabbit skins were tested for erythema and edema under shade and under sun exposure. Draize Primary Irritation Index (PII) was used to calculate skin irritation of each cosmetic. Cosmetic ingredients were analyzed from the labels. Results and Discussion. Only Dove cream caused no skin irritation except for an abraded skin under sun exposure for five consecutive days. It has been identified that application of cosmetics on abraded skin under sunny condition worsens the irritation. Cosmetic labels revealed that most ingredients used in all products were those restricted chemicals due to their adverse health effects. Conclusion. This study has concluded that use of cosmetics under sunshine and also on abraded skin increases skin irritation. Hence, those users who have abraded skin are advised not to apply those cosmetics on continuous basis specifically under sun exposure. PMID:23209460

Amasa, Wayessa; Santiago, Dante; Mekonen, Seblework; Ambelu, Argaw

2012-01-01

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Trace element distribution in selected edible tissues of zebu (Bos indicus) cattle slaughtered at Jimma, SW Ethiopia.  

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The amount of trace elements present in edible bovine tissues is of importance for both animal health and human nutrition. This study presents data on trace element concentrations in semitendinosus and cardiac muscles, livers and kidneys of 60 zebu (Bos indicus) bulls, sampled at Jimma, Ethiopia. From 28 of these bulls, blood samples were also obtained. Deficient levels of copper were found in plasma, livers, kidneys and semitendinosus muscles. Suboptimal selenium concentrations were found in plasma and semitendinosus muscles. Semitendinosus muscles contained high iron concentrations. Trace elements were mainly stored in the liver, except for iron and selenium. Cardiac muscles generally contained higher concentrations of trace elements than semitendinous muscles except for zinc. A strong association was found between liver and kidney concentrations of copper, iron, cobalt and molybdenum. Liver storage was well correlated with storage in semitendinosus muscle for selenium and with cardiac muscle for cobalt and selenium. Plasma concentrations of copper, selenium, cobalt were well related with their respective liver concentrations and for cobalt and selenium, also with cardiac muscle concentrations. The data suggest multiple trace element deficiencies in zebu cattle in South-West Ethiopia, with lowered tissue concentrations as a consequence. Based on the comparison of our data with other literature, trace element concentrations in selected edible tissues of Bos indicus seem quite similar to those in Bos taurus. However, tissue threshold values for deficiency in Bos taurus cattle need to be refined and their applicability for Bos indicus cattle needs to be evaluated. PMID:24465529

Dermauw, Veronique; Lopéz Alonso, Marta; Duchateau, Luc; Du Laing, Gijs; Tolosa, Tadele; Dierenfeld, Ellen; Clauss, Marcus; Janssens, Geert Paul Jules

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Trace Element Distribution in Selected Edible Tissues of Zebu (Bos indicus) Cattle Slaughtered at Jimma, SW Ethiopia  

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The amount of trace elements present in edible bovine tissues is of importance for both animal health and human nutrition. This study presents data on trace element concentrations in semitendinosus and cardiac muscles, livers and kidneys of 60 zebu (Bos indicus) bulls, sampled at Jimma, Ethiopia. From 28 of these bulls, blood samples were also obtained. Deficient levels of copper were found in plasma, livers, kidneys and semitendinosus muscles. Suboptimal selenium concentrations were found in plasma and semitendinosus muscles. Semitendinosus muscles contained high iron concentrations. Trace elements were mainly stored in the liver, except for iron and selenium. Cardiac muscles generally contained higher concentrations of trace elements than semitendinous muscles except for zinc. A strong association was found between liver and kidney concentrations of copper, iron, cobalt and molybdenum. Liver storage was well correlated with storage in semitendinosus muscle for selenium and with cardiac muscle for cobalt and selenium. Plasma concentrations of copper, selenium, cobalt were well related with their respective liver concentrations and for cobalt and selenium, also with cardiac muscle concentrations. The data suggest multiple trace element deficiencies in zebu cattle in South-West Ethiopia, with lowered tissue concentrations as a consequence. Based on the comparison of our data with other literature, trace element concentrations in selected edible tissues of Bos indicus seem quite similar to those in Bos taurus. However, tissue threshold values for deficiency in Bos taurus cattle need to be refined and their applicability for Bos indicus cattle needs to be evaluated. PMID:24465529

Dermauw, Veronique; Lopez Alonso, Marta; Duchateau, Luc; Du Laing, Gijs; Tolosa, Tadele; Dierenfeld, Ellen; Clauss, Marcus; Janssens, Geert Paul Jules

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Predictors of Willingness to Participate in Health Insurance Services Among the Community of Jimma Town, Southwest Ethiopia  

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Health insurance schemes are increasingly recognized as tools to finance health care provision in low-income countries. The main objective of this study was to find out the awareness of and demand for health insurance and to identify those reasons that influence the demand in Jimma town, southwest Ethiopia. We conducted a community-based cross-sectional quantitative study on 741 households from December 1 to December 31, 2012. Data were analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 16. Presence of chronic illness in the family was the predictor of the willingness to take part in health insurance. Most of the participants have awareness about insurance, but they did little and/or gave unrelated explanation about health insurance. Only half of the participants (51.5%) wanted to have health insurance. Major reasons for not being willing to participate in health insurance were religious values and beliefs, ability to pay for their health-care cost, and feeling of being unable to pay the premium because of low income. PMID:25374460

Molla, Ashagre; Fentahun, Netsanet

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Open-label trial with artemether-lumefantrine against uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria three years after its broad introduction in Jimma Zone, Ethiopia  

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Background In Jimma Zone, Ethiopia, the first-line treatment of uncomplicated falciparum malaria has been changed from sulphadoxine-pyrimethamine (SP) to artemether-lumefantrine (AL) in 2006. The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness of AL in Jimma Zone two to three years after its broad introduction. Methods An open-label, single-arm, 42-day study of AL against falciparum malaria was conducted in four areas with moderate transmission in Jimma Zone between November 2008 and January 2009 and between August and December 2009. Patients (one-81?years) with uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum mono-infection were consecutively enrolled. Follow-up visits were at day 2, 3, 7, 28 and 42 or any other day if symptoms reoccurred. Primary and secondary endpoints were PCR-corrected and uncorrected cure rates (molecular differentiation between recrudescence and re-infection) on days 28 and 42. Other secondary endpoints were gametocytaemia at day 7 and day 28, parasitaemia at day 2 and 3, and re-infection rates at day 28 and day 42. Results Of 348 enrolled patients, 313 and 301 completed follow-up at day 28 and at day 42, respectively. No early treatment failure occurred. For per protocol analysis, PCR-uncorrected cure rates at day 28 and 42 were 99.1% (95% CI 98.0-100.0) and 91.1% (95% CI 87.9-94.3), respectively. PCR-corrected cure rates at day 28 and 42 were 99.4% (95% CI 98.5-100.0) and 94.7% (95% CI 92.2-97.2), respectively. PCR-corrected cure rate at day 42 for children ?5?years was 90.6% (95% CI 82.4-98.7) only. Adverse events were in general mild to moderate. Incidence of new infections was 3.4% during 42?days, no new infections with Plasmodium vivax were observed. Microscopically detected gametocytaemia was reduced by 80% between day 0 and day 7. Conclusion In general, AL was effective and well tolerated in Jimma Zone, Ethiopia. However, the PCR-corrected recrudescence rate per-protocol at day 42 for children ?5?years was 9.4%. Therefore, further development should be monitored on a regular basis as recommended by WHO. PMID:22824059

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Metadata, Technology, and Processing a Backlog in a University Special Collections  

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Writing about cataloging and reducing a backlog in the archives of a special collections department is one thing, but actually establishing a plan and executing it is another. This article describes cataloging and reducing a backlog in the archives of a special collections department as a project that involves multiple people, techniques, and…

Patty, William Jordan

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Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland  

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Psychology, Higher Education, Student Affairs, International Education Policy, and Special Education prepare practitioners to work in the field of Student Affairs, Higher Education and International Education Policy a collaborative community that incorporates theory, research, and practice, and engages students, educators

Setiawan, Hendra

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Special Collections Page 1 of 5 University of Colorado at Boulder  

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of German Children's Books This bibliography includes all children's works in Special Collections in German [Uncatalogued] A German ABC Book [no title.] [Probably printed in Pennsylvannia ca. 1800.] Epsteen Collection

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The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: A Special Niche for Faculty at Comprehensive Universities?  

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We investigated the involvement of faculty members at comprehensive universities in scholarship of teaching and learning publishing activities in four disciplines. Compared to their publishing rates in research-oriented journals, comprehensive university faculty members were more involved in publishing articles and serving on editorial boards for…

Henderson, Bruce B.; Buchanan, Heidi E.

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The spheronic toy universe: how special relativity may be visualized to emerge from a wave-nature of matter  

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We construct an idealized universe for didactic purposes. This universe is assumed to consist of absolute Euclidean space and to be filled with a classical medium which allows for sound waves. A known solution to the wave equation describing the dynamics of the medium is a standing spherical wave. Although this is a problem of classical mechanics, we demonstrate that the Lorentz transformation is required to generate a moving solution from the stationary one. Both solutions are here collectively referred to as "spherons". These spherons exhibit properties which have analogues in the physical description of matter with rest mass, among them de Broglie like phase waves and at the same time "relativistic" effects such as contraction and a speed limit. This leads to a theory of special relativity by assuming the point of view of an observer made of such spheronic "matter". The argument made here may thus be useful as a visualisation or didactic approach to the real universe, in which matter has wave-like properties and obeys the laws of special relativity.

Manfred Schmid; Pavel Kroupa

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The Spheronic Toy Universe: How Special Relativity may be Visualised to Emerge from a Wave-Nature of Matter  

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We construct an idealised universe for didactic purposes. This universe is assumed to consist of absolute Euclidean space and to be filled with a classical medium which allows for sound waves. A known solution to the wave equation describing the dynamics of the medium is a standing spherical wave. Although this is a problem of classical mechanics, we demonstrate that the Lorentz transformation is required to generate a moving solution from the stationary one. Both solutions are here collectively referred to as "spherons". These spherons exhibit properties which have analogues in the physical description of matter with rest mass, among them de Broglie like phase waves and at the same time "relativistic" effects such as contraction and a speed limit. This leads to a theory of special relativity by assuming the point of view of an observer made of such spheronic "matter". The argument made here may thus be useful as a visualisation or didactic approach to the real universe, in which matter has wave-like properties and obeys the laws of special relativity.

Schmid, Manfred; Kroupa, Pavel

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Technology will change universities as it changed the music industry By Stephen Toope, Special to The Globe and Mail April 25, 2013  

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Technology will change universities as it changed the music industry By Stephen Toope, Special to the upheaval we've seen in the book, music and video industries. Technologies are driving dramatic new ways

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Predictors of oedema among children hospitalized with severe acute malnutrition in Jimma University Hospital, Ethiopia: a cross sectional study  

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Background Severe acute malnutrition has two main clinical manifestations, i.e., oedematous and non-oedematous. However, factors associated with oedema are not well established. Methods Children 0.5-14 years of age with SAM (MUAC

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Special Legislative Districts- University Texas Education Code (TEC) References TEC, §78.10; §96.707; §105.301 History/Relevant Background Information  

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The purpose of a special legislative district is to provide academically gifted and highly motivated junior and senior high school students with a challenging university-level curriculum. Special legislative districts allow students to complete high school graduation requirements, including requirements adopted under Section 28.025 for the advanced high school program, while attending a public institution of higher education for academic credit. The University of Texas at Brownsville (Brownsville): §78.10(g) specifies that for each

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The Role of Leaders in Forming School-University Partnerships for Special Education Teacher Preparation  

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Partnerships between local education agencies (LEAs) and institutions of higher education (IHEs) allow individual organizations to leverage their assets as well as expand and enhance their own knowledge bases. Two of the more prominent types of LEA-IHE partnerships in special education are Alternative Route to Certification programs and…

McCray, Erica D.; Rosenberg, Michael S.; Brownell, Mary T.; deBettencourt, Laurie U.; Leko, Melinda M.; Long, Susanne K.

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Education:EducationalLeadershipandSpecialEducation(ELSE) Page113Sonoma State University 2013-2014 Catalog edUCation: edUCational leadership  

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Education:EducationalLeadershipandSpecialEducation(ELSE) Page113Sonoma State University 2013-2014 Catalog edUCation: edUCational leadership and speCial edUCation (else) Department Office StevensonHall1078 (707)664-4203 fax:(707)664-2483 www.sonoma.edu/education aDministrative cOOrDinatOrs Kathryn

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Microbiological Quality of Indoor Air in University Libraries  

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Objective To evaluate the concentration of bacteria and fungi in the indoor environment of Jimma University libraries, so as to estimate the health hazard and to create standards for indoor air quality control. Methods The microbial quality of indoor air of eight libraries of Jimma University was determined. The settle plate method using open Petri-dishes containing different culture media was employed to collect sample twice daily. Isolates were identified according to standard methods. Results The concentrations of bacteria and fungi aerosols in the indoor environment of the university libraries ranged between 367-2595 CFU/m3. According to the sanitary standards classification of European Commission, almost all the libraries indoor air of Jimma University was heavily contaminated with bacteria and fungi. In spite of their major source difference, the average fungi density found in the indoor air of libraries did appear to follow the same trend with bacterial density (P=0.001). The bacteria isolates included Micrococcus sp., Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pyogenes, Bacillus sp. and Neisseria sp. while Cladosporium sp., Alternaria sp., Penicillium sp. and Aspergillus sp. were the most isolated fungi. Conclusions The indoor air of all libraries were in the range above highly contaminated according to European Commission classification and the most isolates are considered as potential candidates involved in the establishment of sick building syndromes and often associated with clinical manifestations like allergy, rhinitis, asthma and conjunctivitis. Thus, attention must be given to control those environmental factors which favor the growth and multiplication of microbes in indoor environment of libraries to safeguard the health of users and workers. PMID:25183103

Hayleeyesus, Samuel Fekadu; Manaye, Abayneh Melaku

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In addition to completing the university core, each student must choose a specialized area of study--a major. Requirements vary  

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at http://www.byu.edu/ccc/advising. 3. Choose university core requirements carefully. Once a majorIn addition to completing the university core, each student must choose a specialized area of study. Students who choose a major only because of its job possibilities and fail to consider their own interests

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A Pennsylvania State University/General Electric Get Away Special (GAS) experiment  

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We describe four student-designed experiments by the Pennsylvania State University, which are planned for a GAS canister. The four experiments will measure: the effects of radiation on semiconductors; orbital debris impacts; the Space Shuttle's magnetic field; and the photoelectric yield of several different materials. These experiments are the result of the efforts of more than one hundred students.

Evanisko, George; Grosch, Theodore; Youssef, Milad; Yurack, Jim

1992-01-01

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The Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, a research division of Carnegie Mellon University, specializes in the  

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The Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, a research division of Carnegie Mellon University with any aspect of the North American flora. Hunt Institute was dedicated in 1961 as the Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt Botanical Library, an international center for bibliographical research and service

Matsuda, Noboru

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he Florida State University (FSU) College of Business is offering a 24-credit Special Academic  

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institution and helps prepare them for graduate study in the U.S. Students take a prescribed course of study to complete their Bachelor of Management or Bachelor of Economics degree from the Huazhong University them with information about FSU, as well as to send all of the necessary immigration documents to apply

Sura, Philip

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The Impact of the Economic Downturn on Libraries: With Special Reference to University Libraries  

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Evidence is presented of the extent to which libraries from around the world are experiencing financial hardship as a result of the world-wide economic downturn. Comparative analyses are provides on the grounds of country, sector and size of institution. The article concentrates on the situation of UK and US university libraries and is based on…

Nicholas, David; Rowlands, Ian; Jubb, Michael; Jamali, Hamid R.

2010-01-01

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Predicting intention to use voluntary HIV counseling and testing services among health professionals in Jimma, Ethiopia, using the theory of planned behavior  

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Background To endorse involvement in voluntary HIV counseling and testing (VCT), it is essential to recognize factors that influence people in deciding whether to access VCT services and their underlying route factors. Theory of planned behavior (TPB) constitutes a proficient framework for predicting behaviors and intentions. Objective The aim of the study reported here was to assess the predicting ability of TPB in determining the intended use of VCT services among health professionals in Jimma, southwest Ethiopia. Methods This was an institution-based cross-sectional quantitative study of a sample of 336 health professionals in 12 selected districts of Jimma, southwest Ethiopia between February 5 to March 28, 2012. Data were collected using structured questionnaire self-administered by the study participants. A hierarchal multivariable linear regression model was used to predict the role of TPB constructs that can influence the intention to use VCT services. Results The constructs of TPB explained the variability in intention to use VCT by 27% (R2 adjusted = 0.27). The standardized regression coefficients showed that the strongest predictor of intention to use VCT was subjective norms (? = 0.32, P < 0.0005) followed by attitude (? = 0.21, P < 0.002). Perceived behavioral control was not a significant predictor of intention to use VCT among the study group (P = 0.12). Conclusion The study revealed the possibility of describing the intention to use VCT among health professionals using TPB, with perceived social pressure being the leading predictor. In light of this, health intervention programs should be designed to develop health professionals’ ability to resist norms that oppose the use of VCT and to change community-held norms against VCT use, provided they help individuals develop a positive attitude toward the services. PMID:24143111

Abamecha, Fira; Godesso, Ameyu; Girma, Eshetu

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Dual universe and hyperboloidal relative velocity surface arising from extended special relativity  

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In two recent and completely independent articles (Hill and Cox in Proc R Soc A 468:4174, 2012; Vieira in Rev Bras Ensino F's 34(3):1-15, 2012), the authors propose an extension of the Lorentz transformations of special relativity which are applicable to velocities in excess of the speed of light and do not involve the need to introduce imaginary quantities which are difficult to reconcile with everyday experience. These independent derivations, obtained from entirely distinct perspectives, mean that there is now some commonality of agreement in the basic equations underlying superluminal motion. One consequence of the new theories is that the standard special relativity formula for the addition of relative velocities also applies for velocities in excess of the speed of light. The new theories are based on the assumption that for any two inertial frames separated by an infinite relative velocity, the product of the two measured velocities for the same particle must necessarily be the square of the speed of light. Here, we amplify the major physical consequences embodied in the theory, including the surprising and novel idea of the co-existence of two "worlds", such that in a subluminal world, everything is travelling with speeds less than the speed of light, while in the superluminal world, everything is travelling with speeds greater than the speed of light. We also establish the remarkable result that the reciprocal surface for the relative velocity formula can be re-orientated as a fully axially symmetric hyperboloidal surface, the full physical implications of which are not altogether transparent.

Hill, James M.; Cox, Barry J.

2013-12-01

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SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION  

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HANDBOOK SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION (APA-Accredited and NASP-Approved) IN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY DOCTORAL PROGRAM University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee For students, faculty, and supervisors 2013 to provide information specific to the School Psychology specialization. This specialization is fully

Saldin, Dilano

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Requalification of SPERT (Special Power Excursion Reactor Test) pins for use in university reactors  

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A series of nondestructive and destructive examinations have been performed on a representative sample of stainless steel-clad UO/sub 2/ fuel pins procured in the early-to-mid 1960s for the SPERT program. These examinations were undertaken in order to requalify the SPERT pins for use in converting university research reactors from the use of highly enriched uranium to the use of low-enriched uranium. The requalification program included visual and dimensional inspections of fuel pins and fuel pellets, radiographic inspections of welds, fill gas analyses, and chemical and spectrographic analyses of fuel and cladding materials. In general all attributes tested were within or very close to specified values, although some weld defects not covered by the original specifications were found. 1 ref., 4 figs., 11 tabs.

Snelgrove, J.L.; Domagala, R.F.; Dates, L.R.

1986-12-01

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Effects of specially tailored information on Swedish university students' sexual behavior.  

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In independent surveys concerning sexual behavior among university students in Uppsala, Sweden, in 1989 and 1990, we found that condoms were infrequently used and that up to 25% of the sexually experienced students had a history of having had at least one sexually transmitted disease (STD). We targeted an information campaign toward the same students (approximately 20,000) in 1990. Our aims were (1) to increase the knowledge of STDs and alert the students to the high frequency of STDs in the student population, (2) to encourage students to have an STD checkup at the local STD clinic, and (3) to induce a positive attitude toward condoms. We evaluated the effects of the campaign, using before and after classroom surveys, a separate survey of students who attended the STD clinic, and a focus group analysis. Although the information campaign was successful, in that students became more aware of STDs and showed increased knowledge about the high frequency of STDs in their own population, fewer than 1% of the target population went for an STD checkup at the local STD clinic. Overall, the campaign was well received by the students but failed to induce any measurable changes in attitudes during the short observation period. PMID:7963085

Tydén, T; Björkelund, C; Odlind, V; Olsson, S E; Strand, A

1994-09-01

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Specialization training in Malawi: a qualitative study on the perspectives of medical students graduating from the University of Malawi College of Medicine  

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Background There is a critical shortage of healthcare workers in sub-Saharan Africa, and Malawi has one of the lowest physician densities in the region. One of the reasons for this shortage is inadequate retention of medical school graduates, partly due to the desire for specialization training. The University of Malawi College of Medicine has developed specialty training programs, but medical school graduates continue to report a desire to leave the country for specialization training. To understand this desire, we studied medical students’ perspectives on specialization training in Malawi. Methods We conducted semi-structured interviews of medical students in the final year of their degree program. We developed an interview guide through an iterative process, and recorded and transcribed all interviews for analysis. Two independent coders coded the manuscripts and assessed inter-coder reliability, and the authors used an “editing approach” to qualitative analysis to identify and categorize themes relating to the research aim. The University of Pittsburgh Institutional Review Board and the University of Malawi College of Medicine Research and Ethics Committee approved this study and authors obtained written informed consent from all participants. Results We interviewed 21 medical students. All students reported a desire for specialization training, with 12 (57%) students interested in specialties not currently offered in Malawi. Students discussed reasons for pursuing specialization training, impressions of specialization training in Malawi, reasons for staying or leaving Malawi to pursue specialization training and recommendations to improve training. Conclusions Graduating medical students in Malawi have mixed views of specialization training in their own country and still desire to leave Malawi to pursue further training. Training institutions in sub-Saharan Africa need to understand the needs of the country’s healthcare workforce and the needs of their graduating medical students to be able to match opportunities and retain graduating students. PMID:24393278

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"Special Topics" Learning Community for Fall 2014"Special Topics" Learning Community for Fall 2014 University Orientation (UNIV 100) & Writing for College Success (UNIV 150)  

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), MWF, 9:00 � 9:50 am, entire semester WHERE � Education Building � 208 � ED 0208 WHY � This learning University Orientation (UNIV 100) & Writing for College Success (UNIV 150) Registration capped at 20 for both sections WHO � Students taking University Orientation (UNIV 100) and Writing for College Success (UNIV 150

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*These Procedures were originally issued as the Columbia University Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Special Operating Procedures on December 21, 2005.  

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by fertilization, parthenogenesis, cloning or any other means from one or more human gametes or human diploid cells____________ *These Procedures were originally issued as the Columbia University Human Embryonic HUMAN EMBRYO AND HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELL RESEARCH SPECIAL OPERATING PROCEDURES* I. INTRODUCTION

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University of Windsor Food Event Policy For Ratified Student Groups (only) for Fundraising Purposes (only) and Welcome Week/Welcome Month Special Events  

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for sanitizing hands and cooking utensils. f. Catering Services will not supply any food or equipment. OR 2University of Windsor Food Event Policy For Ratified Student Groups (only) for Fundraising Purposes (only) and Welcome Week/Welcome Month Special Events ANY EVENT OFFERING FOOD AND/OR BEVERAGE MUST

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In addition to completing the university core, each student must choose a specialized area of study--a major. Requirements vary  

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In addition to completing the university core, each student must choose a specialized area of study. Students who choose a major only because of its job possibilities and fail to consider their own interests consideration before choosing a major will reduce the time to graduation and help make the most of the time

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Special Education in the Residential Setting. Proceedings of the Special Study Institute (Columbia University, New York, New York, June 30-July 18, 1969).  

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Reported are the proceedings of a three-week conference for special education administrators working with educational programs for the institutionalized mentally handicapped. Conference papers included are: The Role of a Residential Facility in Modern Society, by Robert Dentler; The Present Nature of Residential Populations, by Harvey Dingman;…

Younie, William J., Ed.; Goldberg, I. Ignacy, Ed.

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Courses: Education: Special Education (EDSP) Page 301Sonoma State University 2010-2011 Catalog edSp 428 prOfeSSiOnAl SeMinAr: tOpiCS in the eduCAtiOn Of  

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education laws. Grade only. edSp 433 teAChinG AdOleSCentS With SpeCiAl eduCAtiOn needS (3) EDSP 433Courses: Education: Special Education (EDSP) Page 301Sonoma State University 2010-2011 Catalog ed only. Prerequisite: Admission to the Education Special Credential program or permission

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Regional Conference in Special Education (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 23-24, 1968). Final Report.  

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The report summarizes the results of discussions at a regional special education conference. Problem areas considered (and suggestions made) were relationships with regular education, image and attitude toward handicapped children and special education, teacher training, retention of good personnel, school's role in preschool programs, diagnosis…

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David W. Pershing SPECIAL ASSISTANT  

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PRESIDENT David W. Pershing SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT & FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE TO THE UNIVERSITY Patricia Ross SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Chris Hill SPECIAL for High Performance Computing Computer Networks Electronic Communications Human Resources IT Security

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Pesticide residue evaluation in major staple food items of Ethiopia using the QuEChERS method: a case study from the Jimma Zone.  

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Samples of maize, teff, red pepper, and coffee (green bean and coffee bean with pulp) were collected from a local market in the Jimma Zone, Ethiopia. Samples were analyzed for the occurrence of cypermethrin, permethrin, deltamethrin, chlorpyrifos ethyl, DTT and its metabolites, and endosulfan (?, ?). In the analytical procedure, the QuEChERS (Quick, Easy, Cheap, Effective, Rugged and Safe) extraction methodology with dispersive solid phase extraction clean up (d-SPE) technique was applied. Validation of the QuEChERS method was satisfactory. Recovery percentages of most pesticides were in the range of 70% to 120%, with good repeatability (%relative standard deviation?

Mekonen, Seblework; Ambelu, Argaw; Spanoghe, Pieter

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Prevalence and antibiotic susceptibility pattern of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) among primary school children and prisoners in Jimma Town, Southwest Ethiopia  

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Background Staphylococcus aureus infections are increasingly reported from both health institutions and communities around the world. In particular, infections due to methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) strains have been detected worldwide. If MRSA becomes the most common form of S. aureus in a community, it makes the treatment of common infections much more difficult. But, report on the current status of community acquired MRSA in the study area is scanty. Methods Community-based cross sectional study was conducted to evaluate the current prevalence and antibiotic susceptibility pattern of MRSA among primary school children and prisoners in Jimma town. MRSA was detected using Cefoxitin (30?g) disc; and epidemiologic risk factors were assessed using pre-designed questionnaires distributed to the children’s parents and prisoners. A total of 354 nasal swabs were collected from primary school children and prisoners from December 2010 to March 2011 following standards microbiological methods. Results A total of 169 S. aureus isolates were recovered. The overall prevalence of MRSA among the study population was 23.08 % (39/169). Specifically, the prevalence of MRSA among primary school children and prisoners were 18.8% (27/144) and 48% (12/25), respectively. The isolated S. aureus and MRSA displayed multiple drug resistance (MDR) to 2 to 10 antibiotics. The most frequent MDR was Amp/Bac/Ery/Pen/Fox (resistance to Ampicillin, Bacitracin, Erythromycin, Penicillin, and Cefoxitin). Conclusion The present study revealed that MRSA could be prevalent in the healthy community, transmitted from hospital to the community. The high distribution of MRSA could be favored by potential risk factors. Thus, for comprehensive evaluation of the current prevalence of MRSA and design control measures, consideration need to be given to the healthy community besides data coming from health institutions. PMID:23731679

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University Advancement | University Communications and Marketing University Events & Programs  

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University Advancement | University Communications and Marketing University Events & Programs New, and pays special attention to the education of school children by instilling respect and admiration | University Communications and Marketing University Events & Programs New England Center, 15 Strafford Ave

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The Costs of Implementing Federally Mandated Social Programs at Colleges and Universities. Policy Analysis Service Special Report.  

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Federally mandated social programs that apply to colleges and universities because they are treated as business entities are covered in this report. These programs have contributed to the continually increasing operating costs of colleges and universities over the last decade. This study aims at providing quantified examples of these cost…

Van Alstyne, Carol; Coldren, Sharon L.

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Page 308 Courses: Education: Special Education (EDSP) Sonoma State University 2013-2014 Catalog edSp 421d HeALtHy LeArnerS & SCHooL enVironMent (1)  

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to the Education Special Credential Program or permission of the instructor. edSp 422A CASe MAnAgeMent And trAnSitionPage 308 Courses: Education: Special Education (EDSP) Sonoma State University 2013-2014 Catalog ed Credential Program or permission of the instructor. edSp 422 CoLLABorAtiVe pArtnerSHipS And SpeCiAL eduCAtion

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Helping Children through Crisis: A Special Report from the Editors of the Brown University Child Behavior and Development Letter.  

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Noting that today's children face many dangers such as depression (in some cases leading to suicide), child abuse, eating disorders, accidents, alcohol and other drug abuse, and AIDS, this report, drawn from past issues of The Brown University Child Behavior and Development Letter, presents some of the most interesting and useful findings on these…

Lipsitt, Lewis P., Ed.

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Universal Design for Learning in the Classroom: Practical Applications. What Works for Special-Needs Learners Series  

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Clearly written and well organized, this book shows how to apply the principles of universal design for learning (UDL) across all subject areas and grade levels. The editors and contributors describe practical ways to develop classroom goals, assessments, materials, and methods that use UDL to meet the needs of all learners. Specific teaching…

Hall, Tracey E., Ed.; Meyer, Anne, Ed.; Rose, David H., Ed.

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DownloadedBy:[HarvardUniversity]At:21:2214July2008 Introduction to special issue on computational modelling  

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Alfonso Caramazza Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA, and Center for Mind/Brain Sciences of impaired reading by Plaut and Shallice (1993). This now classic treatment of dyslexic errors from a connec- tionist perspective--it is currently the third most cited article in the journal--and later examples

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Performance and Special Events Evacuation Procedures The following outlines the procedures for the evacuation of the University of California, San  

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for the evacuation of the University of California, San Diego Theatre and Dance spaces during all evening of the specific areas assign to you if needed. House management should make their staff aware/fire to explain situation. Production Stage Manager Assistant Stage Managers Forum Theatre Weiss Theatre Potiker

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The facilitating factors and barriers encountered in the adoption of a humanized birth care approach in a highly specialized university affiliated hospital  

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Background Considering the fact that a significant proportion of high-risk pregnancies are currently referred to tertiary level hospitals; and that a large proportion of low obstetric risk women still seek care in these hospitals, it is important to explore the factors that influence the childbirth experience in these hospitals, particularly, the concept of humanized birth care. The aim of this study was to explore the organizational and cultural factors, which act as barriers or facilitators in the provision of humanized obstetrical care in a highly specialized, university-affiliated hospital in Quebec province, in Canada. Methods A single case study design was chosen. The study sample included 17 professionals and administrators from different disciplines, and 157 women who gave birth in the hospital during the study. The data was collected through semi-structured interviews, field notes, participant observations, a self-administered questionnaire, documents, and archives. Both descriptive and qualitative deductive content analyses were performed and ethical considerations were respected. Results Both external and internal dimensions of a highly specialized hospital can facilitate or be a barrier to the humanization of birth care practices in such institutions, whether independently, or altogether. The greatest facilitating factors found were: caring and family- centered model of care, professionals' and administrators' ambient for the provision of humanized birth care besides the medical interventional care which is tailored to improve safety, assurance, and comfort for women and their children, facilities to provide a pain-free birth, companionship and visiting rules, dealing with the patients' spiritual and religious beliefs. The most cited barriers were: the shortage of health care professionals, the lack of sufficient communication among the professionals, the stakeholders' desire for specialization rather than humanization, over estimation of medical performance, finally the training environment of the hospital leading to the presence of too many health care professionals, and consequently, a lack of privacy and continuity of care. Conclusion The argument of medical intervention and technology at birth being an opposing factor to the humanization of birth was not seen to be an issue in the studied highly specialized university affiliated hospital. PMID:22114870

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Universe  

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The Universe SciPack explores the ways scientists learn about the universe and the current ideas about the origins and formation of the universe. The focus is on Standards and Benchmarks related to the universe including how the universe was formed, formation and destruction of stars and characteristics of the sun and stars in terms of size and composition.In addition to comprehensive inquiry-based learning materials tied to Science Education Standards and Benchmarks, the SciPack includes the following additional components:� Pedagogical Implications section addressing common misconceptions, teaching resources and strand maps linking grade band appropriate content to standards. � Access to one-on-one support via e-mail to content "Wizards".� Final Assessment which can be used to certify mastery of the concepts.Learning Outcomes:Universe: How We Know What We Know� Select the right instrument given something specific to learn about the universe.� Describe, in simple terms, how scientists analyze light to learn about objects in the universe.� Describe what the study of light can tell us about objects in the universe.� Understand the various parts of the electromagnetic spectrum and how the various wavelengths can provide astronomers with different information.� Recognize that astronomers study a wide range of electromagnetic waves, not restricted to visible light.Universe: The Sun as a Star� Reject common misconceptions, such as stars are bits of the Sun. � List characteristics of the Sun that match the definition of a star.� Accurately compare and contrast the characteristics of the Sun with other stars (e.g., mass, distance, size, color).� Recognize the rough ratio of the distance to the Sun and the distance to the next nearest stars on a human scale (i.e., if the sun is 10 feet away, roughly how far is the next nearest star?).� Select the rough estimate of the travel time (at speed of light) to next nearest star from a list.� Describe how astronomers determined that the stars were just like the Sun.Universe: Birth, Life, and Death of Stars� Recount key aspects of the stellar life cycle. � Recognize the variables and conditions that would be needed to make predictions about the life cycle of a star, including the prominent role of initial mass. � Determine whether a reasonable prediction can be made, given certain knowns and unknowns.� Explain how the elements that compose our planet and solar system (and the rest of the universe) were formed.� Explain where the energy released by our Sun and other stars comes from.Universe: The Universe Beyond our Solar System� Arrange various objects in order of size and distance, ranging from space probes and moons to galaxies and galactic clusters.� Catalogue, in simple terms, the objects within a galaxy.� Generally explain "what is within what" (planetary systems, star clusters, galaxies, etc.).� Describe the location of our solar system within the Milky Way galaxy.� Describe the limitations of using parallax, radar, and brightness to measure the distance of objects from Earth, and classify objects whose distance from Earth could be accurately measured using each type of measurement strategy.Universe: The Origin and Evolution of the Universe� Provide a basic description of the conditions at the beginning of the universe.� Give the approximate age of the universe.� Recognize the scientific account of the current state of the universe given different explanations.� Explain the evidence for an expanding universe.� Describe, in simple terms, how scientists use observations of position and motion to learn about objects in the universe.

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Lifting Special Generic Maps Osamu Saeki  

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Lifting Special Generic Maps Osamu Saeki (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University) #12;Lifting Special Generic Maps Osamu Saeki (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University) #12;Lifting Special Generic Maps Osamu Saeki (Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University

Saeki, Osamu

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Actes du Colloque Women in the middle, Women in French -Fourth International Conference, Fort Worth, University of North Texas, April 10-12, 2008, paratre dans Women in French Studies, Special volume, 2010.  

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Worth, University of North Texas, April 10-12, 2008, à paraître dans Women in French Studies, Special'éducation des filles, elles dissimulent une présentation scientifique rigoureuse du système de Linné sous des apparences frivoles et galantes. En particulier elles abusent des figures de style qui associent les femmes

Boyer, Edmond

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The University Libraries system on the CU-Boulder campus includes five branch libraries--Business, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Math/Physics, and Music--and Norlin Library, housing Archives, Government Publications, Special  

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Publications, Special Collections, East Asian, and Science libraries. Reference and Instructional ServicesThe University Libraries system on the CU-Boulder campus includes five branch libraries--Business, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Math/Physics, and Music--and Norlin Library, housing Archives, Government

Mojzsis, Stephen J.

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Prevalence of Intestinal Parasitic Infection among HIV Positive Persons Who Are Naive and on Antiretroviral Treatment in Hiwot Fana Specialized University Hospital, Eastern Ethiopia  

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Background. Intestinal parasitic infection affects the health and quality of life of people living with HIV. This study was aimed to determine the prevalence of intestinal parasites among HIV positive individuals who are naive and who are on antiretroviral treatment (ART) in Hiwot Fana Specialized University Hospital, Eastern Ethiopia. Methods. A comparative cross-sectional study was conducted on 371 (112 ART-naive group and 259 on ART) HIV positive individuals. Stool specimens were collected and examined by direct wet mount, formol ether concentration technique, and modified ziehl-Neelsen methods. Results. The overall prevalence of intestinal parasitic infections was 33.7%; it was significantly higher among the study participants who were ART-naive group (45.5%) (AOR:?2.60(1.56,4.34)) and diarrheic (53.3%) (AOR:?2.30(1.34,3.96)) and with CD4 count <200 cells/?L (46%) (AOR:?2.07(1.06,4.04)). The most commonly identified parasites were Entamoeba histolytica/E. dispar (13.5%), Giardia lamblia (8.1%), Strongyloides stercoralis (4.0%), and Cryptosporidium species (2.2%). Conclusion. HIV positive individuals with diarrhea and low CD4 count and ART naive groups were more infected with intestinal parasites than their counterparts. Early stool examination and treatment of intestinal parasites for HIV/AIDS patients is essential. PMID:24052888

Teklemariam, Zelalem; Abate, Degu; Mitiku, Habtamu; Dessie, Yadeta

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The Practice of Special Education.  

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Intended for use with an Open University (England) course, the book contains 27 papers on issues affecting handicapped students in special education. Topics considered include the individual and his/her relationship to the environment; the history of special education in the United Kingdom; varieties of special programs; relationships among…

Swann, Will, Ed.

130

BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES SPECIAL COLLECTIONS  

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Theater, Binghamton, NY Civic Theatre, Binghamton, NY Comedy Playhouse, Binghamton, NY Cricket Playhouse, Providence, RI Lyceum Theatre, Toledo, OH There are also five programs of unknown origin. The programs, both

Suzuki, Masatsugu

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Clemson University Special Education Handbook  

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/behavioral disorders, or mental disabilities. Courses are designed to meet both national and State standards, and all and Student Responsibilities Form ................................................ 19 #12;3 INTRODUCTION This handbook has been prepared to communicate to current and prospective graduate students the nature

Duchowski, Andrew T.

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Assistant/Associate Professor, Early Childhood Special Education Literacy At Arizona State University's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College we are dedicated to preparing the next  

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Assistant/Associate Professor, Early Childhood Special Education Literacy Job #10834 At Arizona and influences PreK-20 education. Teachers College benefits from a legacy of excellence in scholarship of research and scholarship in Early Childhood Special Education literacy, and will have opportunities

Shumway, John

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Open Rank, Early Childhood Special Education for Diverse Language Learners At Arizona State University's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College we are dedicated to preparing the next  

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Open Rank, Early Childhood Special Education for Diverse Language Learners Job #10840 At Arizona and influences PreK-20 education. Teachers College benefits from a legacy of excellence in scholarship of research and scholarship in the field of early childhood/early childhood special education/early language

Shumway, John

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Einstein's Universe.  

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Presents a guide to be used by students and teachers in conjunction with a television program about Einstein. Provides general information about special and general relativity, and the universe. Includes questions for discussion after each section and a bibliography. (MA)

Carlson, Eric; Wald, Robert

1979-01-01

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Courses: Education: Special Education (EDSP) Page 305Sonoma State University 2014-2015 Catalog edSp 422 CoLLABorAtiVe pArtnerSHipS And SpeCiAL eduCAtion (4)  

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, concepts, and practices related to the implementation of special education services for students with disabilities and their families. Foundational knowledge on the identification of disabilities, service delivery, and evaluating transition services across the lifespan for all learners. Class readings, course assignments

Ravikumar, B.

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College of Education EDS Special Education  

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College of Education EDS Special Education KEY: # = new course * = course changed = course dropped University of Kentucky 2013-2014 Undergraduate Bulletin 1 EDS 357 INITIAL PRACTICUM IN SPECIAL EDUCATION. (1) An introductory supervised field experience for special education majors. Students will participate in two special

MacAdam, Keith

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SPECIAL EDITION Winter 2011  

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, the impact of startup activity goes well beyond national rankings, employment statistics and tax revenuesSPECIAL EDITION Winter 2011 INNOVATIONSThe Official Newsletter for Technology Venture Development at The University of Utah www.techventures.utah.edu INSIDE: The U's economic impact | Startup company voices

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Wisconsin Agriculture SPECIAL ARTICLE  

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STATUS OF Wisconsin Agriculture 2009 · SPECIAL ARTICLE: Bioenergy and Agriculture in Wisconsin Economy Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics College of Agricultural and Life Sciences of Wisconsin Agriculture, 2009 An annual report by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department

Radeloff, Volker C.

139

specialization in Entomology or  

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Earn your MS Degree with a specialization in Entomology or Pest Management, or your Certificate in Urban Pest Management, Landscape Pest Management, Pest Control Technology, or Medical Entomology. University of Florida Entomology&Nematology Department Distance Education Program Contacts: Ms. Ruth

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Undergraduate Special Student Application  

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________________ The University of Massachusetts Amherst prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, creed category. 1. Special Student status is a non-degree admission category primarily for local high school for non-degree graduate status. 2. Non-degree graduate status is offered by the Graduate School to those

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Page 388 Academic Centers, Institutes, and Projects Sonoma State University 2008-2010 Catalog performing schools, service learning, special education, and career  

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performing schools, service learning, special education, and career vocational education. The education programs, in-service learning, the design and preparation of research-based written and video program

Ravikumar, B.

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Page 388 Academic Centers, Institutes, and Projects Sonoma State University 2008-2010 Catalog performing schools, service learning, special education, and career  

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-2010 Catalog performing schools, service learning, special education, and career vocational education programs, in-service learning, the design and preparation of research-based written and video program

Ravikumar, B.

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University Graduate School Academic Bulletin  

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169 University Graduate School 2009-2010 Academic Bulletin Criminal Justice University Graduate in the University Graduate School faculty with the endorsement to direct doctoral disser- tations.) Professors Ellen consortium. Special Departmental Requirements (See also general University Graduate School requirements

Indiana University

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University Graduate School Academic Bulletin  

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540 University Graduate School 2009-2010 Academic Bulletin Telecommunications University Graduate in the University Graduate School faculty with the endorsement to direct doctoral disser- tations.) Professors) Special Departmental Requirements (See also general University Graduate School requirements.) Master

Indiana University

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University Graduate School Academic Bulletin  

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449 University Graduate School 2008-2009 Academic Bulletin Political Science University Graduate membership in the University Graduate School faculty with the endorsement to direct doctoral disser- tations of Philosophy Special Departmental Requirements (See also general University Graduate School requirements

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University Graduate School Academic Bulletin  

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370 University Graduate School 2009-2010 Academic Bulletin Mathematical Physics University Graduate asterisk [*] denotes membership in the University Graduate School faculty with the endorsement to direct. Special Program Requirements (See also general University Graduate School requirements.) Doctor

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Master's Degree Program Manual SPECIAL EDUCATION  

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1 Master's Degree Program Manual SPECIAL EDUCATION College of Education Lehigh University August .................................................................................................. 14 PROGRAM RQUIREMENTS AND COURSE SCHEDULING FORMS FOR PROGRAMS OF STUDIES 15 Master of Education Degree in Special Education with Dual Certification .............................16 Master of Education

Gilchrist, James F.

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Master's Degree Program Manual SPECIAL EDUCATION  

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1 Master's Degree Program Manual SPECIAL EDUCATION College of Education Lehigh University August .................................................................................................. 14 PROGRAM RQUIREMENTS AND COURSE SCHEDULING FORMS FOR PROGRAMS OF STUDIES 15 Master of Education Degree in Special Education with Dual Certification..............................16 Master of Education

Gilchrist, James F.

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Policy Statement for Services for Students with Special Needs The law requires that universities be committed to and responsible for the integration of persons with  

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be committed to and responsible for the integration of persons with disabilities in all aspects of university will ensure that qualified persons with (learning) disabilities can gain admittance to Bishop's University "Learning disabilities is a generic term that refers to a heterogeneous group of disorders due

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Play Therapy with Special Populations.  

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This paper notes that therapists often feel unqualified to deal with special populations of children because of a lack of understanding of the universalness of play therapy. Suggestions are offered for beginning play therapists who may work with a number of special populations of children. It is recommended that the social learning approach to…

Carmichael, Karla D.

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Specialized Science  

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As the body of scientific knowledge in a discipline increases, there is pressure for specialization. Fields spawn subfields that then become entities in themselves that promote further specialization. The process by which scientists join specialized groups has remarkable similarities to the guild system of the middle ages. The advantages of specialization of science include efficiency, the establishment of normative standards, and the potential for greater rigor in experimental research. However, specialization also carries risks of monopoly, monotony, and isolation. The current tendency to judge scientific work by the impact factor of the journal in which it is published may have roots in overspecialization, as scientists are less able to critically evaluate work outside their field than before. Scientists in particular define themselves through group identity and adopt practices that conform to the expectations and dynamics of such groups. As part of our continuing analysis of issues confronting contemporary science, we analyze the emergence and consequences of specialization in science, with a particular emphasis on microbiology, a field highly vulnerable to balkanization along microbial phylogenetic boundaries, and suggest that specialization carries significant costs. We propose measures to mitigate the detrimental effects of scientific specialism. PMID:24421049

Fang, Ferric C.

2014-01-01

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Special Libraries.  

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The Special Library is distinguished from other libraries as being a library serving a particular group of readers, who have an existence as a group outside of their readership of the library, and whose members direct at least some of their activities towards a common purpose. Thus, the special librarian's first and major responsibility is to know…

Foskett, D. J.

153

cial Mathematics Instruction Special Mathematics Instruction Special Mathematics Instruction S hematics Instruction Special Mathematics Instruction Special Mathematics Instruction Special M  

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SMI cial Mathematics Instruction Special Mathematics Instruction Special Mathematics Instruction S hematics Instruction Special Mathematics Instruction Special Mathematics Instruction Special M ruction Special Mathematics Instruction Special Mathematics Instruction Special Mathematics In cial Mathematics

Vaswani, Namrata

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University of Houston-Victoria would like to invite you to a special "UH Systems Day". Members can purchase select tickets at a  

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is a 10% discount. Tickets can be purchased in person, online at www.alleytheatre.org or by phone at 713 danger and an ingenious villain intent on making a curse come true. This exotic and thrilling mystery Date Thursday, July 16th at 7:30 p.m. Seal the deal! Take advantage of our special ticket offer

Azevedo, Ricardo

155

A monthly report on transportation research, education, and outreach activities at the University of Minnesota July 2008 Special Research Conference Issue  

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of Minnesota July 2008 Special Research Conference Issue This issue of the CTS Report features extended transportation policies are an "alarming failure" because of a mistaken overall approach to funding, operations division administrator of the Federal Highway Administration. He is a member of the CTS Executive Committee

Minnesota, University of

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Special Libraries  

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Discusses problems involved in maintaining special scientific or engineering libraries, including budget problems, remote storage locations, rental computer retrieval systems, protecting trade secrets, and establishing a magnetic tape library. (MLH)

Lavendel, Giuliana

1977-01-01

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Office of Inspector General report on special audit of pension plans for Department of Energy contract employees of the University of California  

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On May 15, 1996, the Department of Energy (DOE) announced its decision to extend and renegotiate its contracts with the University of California for the management and operation of the Los Alamos, Lawrence Berkeley, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories. Current contracts for the operation of these laboratories expire in 1997. The renegotiation process provides an opportunity for the Department to: (1) recover at least $620 million in excess assets from the pension plans it has funded for University of California employees who work at DOE`s laboratories; and (2) improve the Department`s ability to exercise prudent management of its interest in those pension funds. According to Department records, as of July 1, 1995, the University of California Retirement Plan had between $620 million and $2.0 billion in excess assets that were attributable to the Department of Energy (emphasis supplied). The wide variation in excess assets is a function of the assumptions used in making these calculations. These are described in Appendix 1 to this report. It was concluded as a result of the audit that, as part of the contract renegotiation process, the Department should obtain the cooperation and assistance of the University of California in recovering excess pension plan assets in a manner that does not affect the defined retirement benefits of the contract employees. This could include jointly sponsoring legislation to modify any existing legal restrictions.

NONE

1996-08-01

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Development and Sustainability of School-University Partnerships in Special Education Teacher Preparation: A Critical Review of the Literature. NCIPP Document Number RS-3  

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Local school systems, Local Education Agencies [LEAs], and universities, Institutions of Higher Education [IHEs], work together in a variety of ways in the initial preparation and ongoing professional development of teachers, although it is difficult to ascertain the number of LEA/IHE partnerships. These relationships typically allow for a…

Rosenberg, Michael S.; Brownell, Mary; McCray, Erica D.; deBettencourt, Laurie U.; Leko, Melinda; Long, Suzanne

2009-01-01

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A Special Report: The Estimated Impact of the Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program on Student Financial Aid at Alabama Colleges and Universities, 1972-73.  

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This report anticipates the potential effect upon the financial aid needs of students currently enrolled in Alabama colleges and universities of the Basic Educational Opportunity Program (BOG). The impact of the BOG program on student financial needs at seven types of institutions under current (1972-73) conditions of costs, enrollments, student…

Alabama State Commission on Higher Education, Montgomery.

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Maria Chvez, Ph.D. Biographical Summary Dr. Maria Chvez is Associate Professor of Political Science at Pacific Lutheran University specializing in  

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College of Social Science in 1992, her M.A. (with distinction) California State University, Chico in the American Bar Association (October 2011), Social Science Quarterly, Latino Studies, Bar News, and three book with seventeen blogs to date. Dr. Chávez has also published editorials about immigration in local newspapers

van den Berg, Jur

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Bio: Joel R. Primack, Professor of Physics, University of California, Santa Cruz Joel Primack is one of the world's leading cosmologists, specializing in the formation and  

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and the nature of the dark matter that makes up at least 90 percent of all the matter in the universe. Dr of the theory of Cold Dark Matter, which has become the basis for the standard modern picture of structure Overbye's Lonely Hearts of the Cosmos and Time magazine science writer Michael Lemonick's The Light

California at Santa Cruz, University of

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CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Carl A. Kroch University Librarian  

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Associate University Librarian Internal Advisors Library Executive Group External Advisors Library Advisory Finance Facilities Planning Updated July 2010 Central Library Operations Scott Wicks Associate University Librarian Scholarly Resources and Special Collections John Saylor Associate University Librarian Dotted line

Rodriguez, Carlos

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Sen. Doc. No. 81-022A SPECIAL REPORT  

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Sen. Doc. No. 81-022A SPECIAL REPORT of the UNIVERSITY HEALTH COUNCIL concerning A POLICY ON ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY Presented at the 326th Regular Meeting of the Faculty Senate and 329th Regular UNIVERSITY HEALTH COUNCIL, SPECIAL REPORT THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY 1. The University

Massachusetts at Amherst, University of

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Special Geometry Exam, Fall 2008, W. Stephen Wilson. Mathematics Department, Johns Hopkins University Consider the regular tetrahedron and the cube, both with edges of length one unit.  

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University Consider the regular tetrahedron and the cube, both with edges of length one unit. A B D C C D A B by the intersection of a plane with the cube when the plane contains four (4) vertices of the cube but it is not a face of the cube. 2 5. A rhombus is a parallelogram with all sides the same length. There is a plane

Wilson, W. Stephen

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Special Reports.  

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Contains three special reports: developments in copyright law, 1997 (World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) legislation, Ashcroft Bill, No Electronic Theft Act, database protection, Conference on Fair Use (CONFU), judicial decisions, principles for licensing electronic resources, and Uniform Commercial Code Article 2B); Internet2 and the…

Wiant, Sarah K.; Lynch, Clifford; Nevins, Kate; Juergens, Bonnie

1998-01-01

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Special Education.  

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This 393-item annotated bibliography dealing with special education focuses on: general situation and organization (international, Arab States, Africa, Asia and Oceania, Europe, Latin America and Caribbean, North America) and individual handicaps (auditory, visual, mental, multiple, speech, motor, autism, learning difficulties, behavior disorders,…

Educational Documentation and Information, 1983

1983-01-01

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Special Distributions  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This online, interactive lesson on special distributions provides examples, exercises, and applets covering normal, gamma, chi-square, student t, F, bivariate, normal, multivariate normal, beta, weibull, zeta, pareto, logistic, lognormal, and extreme value distributions. Overall, this lesson covers a plethora of topics, and for this reason, is a valuable resource.

Siegrist, Kyle

2008-12-24

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International Conference on Teaching-Learning Process in Universities. A Fresh Look into the Teaching-Learning Process and Use of Educational Technology in Universities with Special Reference to ASEAN Countries.  

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The proceedings of the conference include background information, transcripts of opening and closing sessions, papers presented, a conference program, summary of discussions, findings and recommendations, and lists of committees and participants. The papers are divided into four sections: (1) goals and objectives of university education in…

University of Science, Penang (Malaysia).

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Stereotypes of special admission students: peer perceptions of athlete and non-athlete special admit students.  

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of this study show that students from a university’s general population have more of a negative stereotype or perception of athlete special admissions, as compared to a non-athlete special admission student, when interacting in an academic setting. On the other...

Fowler, Brian R.

2009-06-02

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Special Diagnostics  

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This section contains a number of special diagnostics that are designed to examine certain mechanisms. Section 1 reports on the method used to test the photochemical partitioning in the models. Sections 2 and 3 represent efforts to examine the model calculated production and removal rates for ozone and how the values are combined with transport rates in the models to produce the simulated ozone distributions. Sections 4 and 5 concentrate on polar processes including the dynamics aspect of vortex confinement and the chemical aspects of chlorine activation.

Ko, Malcolm K. W.; Salawitch, Ross J.; Jackman, Charles H.; Considine, David B.; Douglass, Anne R.

1999-01-01

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Washington and Lee University Organizational Chart of  

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;Office of University Advancement Vice President for University Advancement Dennis Cross Executive Dir Walsh Director, Advancement Operations (also reports to Exec Dir, Univ Dev) Brandon Morey Director, Law School Advancement Elizabeth Outland Branner Director, Special Events Barbara Mollica Director, Special

Marsh, David

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Infancy/Preschool Education Specialization.  

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The Infancy/Preschool Education Specialization program at the New York State University College at Buffalo is described. This personal training program prepares master's level candidates to become certified educators of infants and preschoolers with handicapping conditions. It is a cooperative program between the Exceptional Education, Psychology,…

Bondurant-Utz, Judith; Wyly, M. Virginia

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Alternative Futures in Special Education.  

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Twelve author-contributed papers from a 1984 conference examine the future of special education. The following titles and authors are represented: "The Institute for Research on Exceptional Children at the University of Illinois" (S. Kirk and W. Spalding); "The Family with a Child Who Is Handicapped: Research Focus for the 1980's" (J. Gallagher);…

Gallagher, James J., Ed.; Weiner, Bluma B., Ed.

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Special Research Group Cultural Sciences  

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with a historical perspective. #12;A multitude of activities The FSP's activities include, among others: ProjectSpecial Research Group Historical Cultural Sciences of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz FSP Historical Cultural Sciences FSP Historical Cultural Sciences FSP Historical Cultural Sciences Contact

Hanke-Bourgeois, Martin

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Brain specialization for music.  

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Music, like language, is a universal and specific trait to humans. Similarly, music appreciation, like language comprehension, appears to be the product of a dedicated brain organization. Support for the existence of music-specific neural networks is found in various pathological conditions that isolate musical abilities from the rest of the cognitive system. Cerebrovascular accidents, traumatic brain damage, and congenital brain anomalies can lead to selective disorders of music processing. Conversely, autism and epilepsy can reveal the autonomous functioning and the selectivity, respectively, of the neural networks that subserve music. However, brain specialization for music should not be equated with the presence of a singular "musical center" in the brain. Rather, multiple interconnected neural networks are engaged, of which some may capture the essence of brain specialization for music. The encoding of pitch along musical scales is likely such an essential component. The implications of the existence of such special-purpose cortical processes are that the human brain might be hardwired for music. PMID:12194505

Peretz, Isabelle

2002-08-01

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The Special Education IMC/RMC Network  

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The director of the Special Education Instructional Materials Center at the University of Wisconsin explains the general goals of the centers and gives a brief description of the activities of each center. (AA)

Aserlind, LeRoy

1970-01-01

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SPECIAL REPORTS AND REVIEWS Pathology of Mouse Models of Intestinal Cancer  

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SPECIAL REPORTS AND REVIEWS Pathology of Mouse Models of Intestinal Cancer: Consensus Report; §Strang Cancer Research Laboratory at Rockefeller University, New York, New York; National Cancer; #Lombardi Cancer Center, Georgetown University, Washington, DC; **University Animal Care, University

Dove, William

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Department of Anthropology University at Buffalo, State University of New York  

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Department of Anthropology University at Buffalo, State University of New York Position Announcement Assistant Professor in Biological Anthropology with Specialization in Bioarchaeology The Department of Anthropology invites applications

McCombe, Bruce D.

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Special Talent Review Theatre/Dance  

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Special Talent Review Theatre/Dance Submitting a special talent for review at Binghamton University is an opportunity for your talents to be actively considered in your admissions process. It is simply a chance to showcase your talents; it does not affect your intended major. However, the portfolio is intended

Suzuki, Masatsugu

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West Asian Special Libraries and Information Centers.  

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Special libraries are defined in this paper as those libraries serving such institutions as government offices, private corporations, associations, and university departments. Information centers are similar to special libraries but provide personalized, high quality reference service, usually in science and technology, and often using mechanical…

Harvey, John F.

181

Asymmetries in specialization in antplant mutualistic networks  

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Asymmetries in specialization in ant­plant mutualistic networks Paulo R. Guimara~es Jr1,2 , Victor and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA 95064, USA Mutualistic networks involving plants but simple ways in antagonistic and mutualistic assemblages. Keywords: asymmetric specialization; complex

Thompson, John N.

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Special Education Programs Within the United States.  

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Twenty-two special education programs in the United States are described. Diagnostic centers and special schools discussed are the Institute for Childhood Aphasia, California programs for orthopedically handicapped children, the experimental education unit of the University of Washington Mental Retardation and Child Development Center, the Phoebe…

Jones, Morris Val, Ed.

183

University Communications and Marketing University Events & Programs  

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1 University Communications and Marketing University Events & Programs New England Center, 15 with his wife, Margaret "Peggy" Maguire, and raised six children. He moved back to his native Maine in 1984 by the general public in this welcoming of heroes, and pays special attention to the education of school children

New Hampshire, University of

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Special Colloquium Speaker: Rayan Saab, Duke University  

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Abstract: Analog-to-digital (A/D) conversion is the process by which signals (viewed as vectors Sigma-Delta quantization, and investigate the reconstruction error as a function of the bit for the Sigma-Delta bit-stream and show that they yield near-optimal error rates when coupled with suitable

Graham, Nick

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE REGIONAL, NATIONAL AND SPECIALIZED  

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on Developmental Disabilities American Association of Health Education American Association of School Librarians on Disabilities Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International Commission on Accreditation of Physical Therapy Education Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Commission on English Language

Firestone, Jeremy

186

Nanoethics Graduate Education Symposium University of Washington  

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Nanoethics Graduate Education Symposium University of Washington September 2009 Original for Workforce Development University of Washington Special Edition Monograph National Science Foundation Grant. Brainard Editor: Deborah R. Bassett Assistant Editor: Amanda L. Wysocki University of Washington

Olmstead, Marjorie

187

Special Education Teacher Training: A Comparative Profile.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Special education teacher preparation is analyzed in a small college, a medium-sized university, and a large doctoral-degree-granting university. A comparative profile of such programs is developed, using such information as definition, areas of programmation emphasis, diversity of faculty, curricular flexibility, faculty-student ratio, resources,…

Wheatley, F. Wayne; And Others

1983-01-01

188

Department of Mechanical Engineering 2014 Special Seminar  

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Department of Mechanical Engineering 2014 Special Seminar Yiit Mengüç, Ph.D Post-Doctoral Fellow Mechanical Engineering Harvard University Biologically Inspired Soft Mechanisms in Robotics April 4, 2014 Engineering at Rice University in Houston and his M.S. (2008) and Ph.D. (2011) in Mechanical Engineering

Shapiro, Benjamin

189

University Graduate School Academic Bulletin  

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188 University Graduate School 2009-2010 Academic Bulletin Economics University Graduate School in the University Graduate School faculty with the endorsement to direct doctoral disser- tations.) Distinguished with the Kelley School of Business) Special Departmental Requirements (See also general University Graduate School

Indiana University

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University Graduate School Academic Bulletin  

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224 University Graduate School 2009-2010 Academic Bulletin Fine Arts University Graduate School.fa.indiana.edu Graduate Faculty (An asterisk [*] denotes membership in the University Graduate School faculty of Philosophy (History of Art) Special School Requirements (See also general University Graduate School

Indiana University

191

A Co-operative Approach to Training Special Educators.  

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This article describes Memorial University's overseas campus program in Harlow, Essex, where special education teacher trainees spend 13 weeks gaining insight into British methods of special education through lecture-seminar courses, practicums in local schools, and field trips. Three field trips to special schools are discussed in detail. (SJL)

Karagianis, L. D.; Nesbit, W. C.

1979-01-01

192

Towards a positive university  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article explores the concept of a ‘positive university’. Whilst positive education is becoming a better known concept, particularly applied to secondary schools, and positive organizational scholarship is further assisting the understanding of positive institutions, it is useful to examine the university as a special institution, in its entirety beyond a circumscribed focus on student academics (e.g. student motivation) or

Lindsay G. Oades; Paula Robinson; Suzy Green; Gordon B. Spence

2011-01-01

193

UNIVERSITY OF BERGEN LIBRARY  

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, publications and documents published by the EU. Law library Rare books and pictures. Department of Special Collections: Rare Book Collection, Picture Collection The library resources are accessible through our website THE UNIVERSITY OF BERGEN LIBRARY The University of Bergen Library has more than 2 million books of which 185 000

Fomin, Fedor V.

194

Ethics and Special Education.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discussion of ethics in special education focuses on four challenges: (1) examination of special education's history within an ethical framework; (2) articulation of character morality as well as choice morality in special education ethical dilemmas; (3) examination of special education in a liberal democracy; and (4) development of an ethical…

Paul, James; French, Peter; Cranston-Gingras, Ann

2001-01-01

195

Plasma universe  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Traditionally the views on the cosmic environent have been based on observations in the visual octave of the electromagnetic spectrum, during the last half-century supplemented by infrared and radio observations. Space research has opened the full spectrum. Of special importance are the X-ray-gamma-ray regions, in which a number of unexpected phenomena have been discovered. Radiations in these regions are likely to originate mainly from magnetised cosmic plasmas. Such a medium may also emit synchrotron radiation which is observable in the radio region. If a model of the universe is based on the plasma phenomena mentioned it is found that the plasma universe is drastically different from the traditional visual universe. Information about the plasma universe can also be obtained by extrapolation of laboratory experiments and magnetospheric in situ measurements of plasmas. This approach is possible because it is likely that the basic properties of plasmas are the same everywhere. In order to test the usefulness of the plasma universe model it is applied to cosmogony. Such an approach seems to be rather successful. For example, the complicated structure of the Saturnian C ring can be accounted for. It is possible to reconstruct certain phenomena 4 to 5 billions of years ago with an accuracy of better than 1%.

Alfven, H.

1986-01-01

196

SPECIAL CLASSES FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS.  

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A SPECIAL 3-YEAR TRAINING PROGRAM IN FARM POWER AND MACHINERY WAS DEVELOPED TO PROVIDE FOR DIFFERENT LEVELS OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND TO HELP MEET THE NEED FOR SKILLED WORKERS IN THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA AREA. CHANGES IN THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT OF STUDENTS TRANSFERRED FROM REGULAR VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE CLASSES TO THE SPECIAL CLASSES PROVIDE A MORE…

DOWELL, G.L.

197

INDIANA UNIVERSITY INDIANA UNIVERSITY  

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1 Financial Report 2004 ­05 INDIANA UNIVERSITY #12;2 Financial Report 2004 ­05 INDIANA UNIVERSITY Independent Auditors' Report ...........................................46 Trustees of Indiana University...........................................47 Administrative Officers.......................................................47 INDIANA

Indiana University

198

University Business  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

For good or ill, the landscape of higher education throughout the United States is changing rapidly, and the University Business website is a good way to keep in touch with the related transformations. Visitors to the site can read the contents of the current issue, which features articles on a myriad of subjects ranging from graduate student unions to new distance education technology, or browse through the online archive dating back to 2002. The site also contains special sections such as a calendar of upcoming conferences and workshops, case studies, and white papers. Users will also appreciate the Best Of feature, which brings together the most compelling writings from University Business on finance and technology-related issues in higher education. For those who find this information particularly relevant and helpful, the website also has a place where they may sign up to receive UBDaily, the e-newsletter delivered (at no charge) every business day.

199

Expanding Universe  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Preface; Part I. The de Sitter Universe: 1. Synthetic construction; 2. The reduced model: geodesics; 3. The elliptic interpretation; 4. The static frame; 5. The determination of parallaxes; 6. The Lemaître-Robertson frame; Part II. The Theory of Geodesics: 7. On null geodesics; i. Determination of the parameter for null lines in special cases; ii. Frequency shift; 8. Free particles and light rays in general expanding spaces, flat or hyperspherical; i. Flat spaces; ii. Spherical spaces; iii. The red shift for spherical spaces; Part III. Waves in General Riemannian Space-Time: 9. The nature of our approximation; 10. The Hamilton-Jacobi theory in a gravitational field; 11. Procuring approximate solutions of the Hamilton-Jacobi equation from wave theory; Part IV. Waves in an Expanding Universe: 12. General considerations; 13. Proper vibrations and wave parcels; Bibliography.

Schrödinger, E.

2011-02-01

200

Fridays at the University of Guelph, five minutes before the end of class, I say, "Pens down, books closed, it's "Friday Special" time!" Then I show on screen an article or  

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closed, it's "Friday Special" time!" Then I show on screen an article or cartoon or letter or. This increased total starch by 3g and led to a slightly higher sodium, iron, thiamin, niacin and protein content

Ashlock, Dan

201

Downsizing the University: Bonne Chance!  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Begins with a general discussion of downsizing and its outcomes, then offers an analysis of downsizing in higher education with an emphasis on three points: the factors causing universities to consider downsizing, the special nature of universities that makes downsizing particularly difficult, and the downsizing methods used by universities. (EV)

Appelbaum, Steven H.; Patton, Eric

2002-01-01

202

MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION  

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of the campus community on matters of marketing, communication, and brand identity. In all settings, convey and reinforce the University's brand messages and enforce its graphic identity standards. Take an active role in the planning and execution of special University events. Serve actively on the University's crisis

203

Algorithmically specialized parallel computers  

SciTech Connect

This book is based on a workshop which dealt with array processors. Topics considered include algorithmic specialization using VLSI, innovative architectures, signal processing, speech recognition, image processing, specialized architectures for numerical computations, and general-purpose computers.

Snyder, L.; Jamieson, L.H.; Gannon, D.B.; Siegel, H.J.

1985-01-01

204

INTERNSHIPS SPECIAL PROJECTS  

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WITH PROFESSIONALS Center for Nutrition, Diet and Health offers 10 Special Projects in any major Contact: Dr. LillieINTERNSHIPS FOR SPECIAL PROJECTS A V A I L A B L E I N NURSING NUTRITION DIETETICS HEALTH EDUCATION

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Northwestern University University Police  

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Northwestern University University Police 1819 Hinman Avenue Evanston, Illinois 60208-1320 KELLOGG / Publication 3 University Police 4 Crime and Emergency Reporting 4 Campus Security Authorities 5 Timely Prevention Act 21 Sexual Assault Prevention 22 University Police Crime Prevention and Safety Programs 22

Apkarian, A. Vania

206

Northwestern University University Police  

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Northwestern University University Police 1201 Davis Street Evanston, Illinois 60208-1320 MEDILL 3 University Police 4 Crime, Emergency Reporting and Response 4 Campus Security Authorities 5 TimelyPoint 24 Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act 25 SexualViolence Prevention 25 University Police Crime

Shahriar, Selim

207

Northwestern University University Police  

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Northwestern University University Police 1201 Davis Street Evanston, Illinois 60208-1320 KELLOGG / Publication 3 University Police 4 Crime, Emergency Reporting and Response 4 Campus Security Authorities 5Point 24 Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act 25 SexualViolence Prevention 25 University Police Crime

Shahriar, Selim

208

Northwestern University University Police  

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Northwestern University University Police 1819 Hinman Avenue Evanston, Illinois 60208-1320 EVANSTON Collection / Publication 3 The Role of the University Police Department 4 Crime and Emergency Reporting 5 Safety in University Residences 21 Safety After Dark (Transportation) 22 Blue Light Police Emergency

Apkarian, A. Vania

209

INDIANA UNIVERSITY INDIANA UNIVERSITY  

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1 INDIANA UNIVERSITY FINANCIAL REPORT 2003­04 #12;2 FINANCIAL REPORT 2003­04 INDIANA UNIVERSITY #12;3 INDIANA UNIVERSITY FINANCIAL REPORT 2003­04 TABLE OF CONTENTS Message from the President ................ 17 IU Statement of Cash Flows .................................. 18 Indiana University Notes

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210

Alabama Special Days  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Today, we are going to look at special days in Alabama history. Today we are going to look at four special Alabama Days: 1) Boll Weevil Festival 2) Helen Keller Day 3) Mardi Gras 4) Shrimp Festival I am giving you videos to watch about each special day. I am ...

Lucky, Ms.

2012-04-04

211

Assessing Special Educational Needs.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This essays in this book contain valuable and up-to-date information about current issues and developments in assessing special educational needs. The context of the book is the mainstream setting in the United Kingdom. The aim of these chapters is to consider special needs in inclusive education, consistent with British special needs legislation.…

Wolfendale, Sheila, Ed.

212

Special Right Triangles  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This lesson will introduce you to two different special right triangles, the 45-45-90, and the 30-60-90. Sign on to ClassZone.com before continuing this lesson. The first special triangle that will be discussed in this lesson is the 45-45-90 triangle. Click on the link below and take notes: Special Right Triangles 45-45-90 The next special triangle that you need to know is the 30-60-90 triangle, sometimes called the 1-2-3 triangle: Special Right Triangles 30-60-90 Now that you have ...

Neubert, Mrs.

2011-01-24

213

Generalized Doppler Formula in a Nonstatic Universe  

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Derives the general Doppler formula in a nonstatic universe using assumptions of special relativity, homogeneity and isotropy of the universe. Examples of applications to physical cosmology are given. (SL)

Gross, Peter G.

1977-01-01

214

An Evaluation of Developmental Writing Courses for Specially Admitted Students (Athletes).  

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Noting that the University of Illinois' Special Options Rhetoric program is designed for special admit students who score 15 or below on ACT tests, this paper investigates the efficacy of the program to help marginal students, and also includes information on writing programs at the University of Michigan and Ohio University. An introduction…

Crismore, Avon

215

When Universal Approaches and Prevention Services Are Not Enough: The Importance of Understanding the Stigmatization of Special Education for Students with EBD--A Response to Kauffman and Badar  

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The author of this commentary responds to an article titled "How We Might Make Special Education for Students with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders Less Stigmatizing," by J.M. Kaufmann and J. Bader, who maintain that identifying youth as having emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD) and providing treatment for them is viewed to be…

Farmer, Thomas W.

2013-01-01

216

Fridays at the University of Guelph, five minutes before the end of class, I say, "Pens down, books closed, it's "Friday Special" time!" Then I show on screen an article or  

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closed, it's "Friday Special" time!" Then I show on screen an article or cartoon or letter or in the world all around them." We did some math, talked about school and life, and what's ahead in high school/500=.264 again showing that guys are...uh, wait a minute. John's average is supposed to be higher than Julie

Ashlock, Dan

217

Course Descriptions Page 309Sonoma State University 2008-2010 Catalog edSp 433 teAChinG AdOleSCentS With SpeCiAl eduCAtiOn needS  

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related to the implementation of special education services for students with disabilities on understanding and addressing the educational and social needs of secondary-aged students with disabilities prACtiCuM:Mild/MOderAte diSABilitieS (10) EDUC 465 represents the student teaching component

Ravikumar, B.

218

State Special Education Outcomes, 2003: Marching On  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This report summarizes the ninth survey of state directors of special education by the National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO) at the University of Minnesota. Results include all 50 states and 9 of the 11 federally funded entities (unique states). The purpose of this report is to provide a snapshot of the new initiatives, trends,…

Thompson, Sandra; Thurlow, Martha

2004-01-01

219

Transdisciplinary Integrative Methods for Special Education Programming.  

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The Training and Learning Center (TLC), located on the campus of Southwestern Oklahoma State University provides an opportunity for special education majors to bridge the gap between theory and practice. The TLC program incorporates a transdisciplinary approach, using the services of specialists in speech and language therapy, audiology, physical…

Klug, Beverly J.; Morrison, Patricia G.

220

SPECIAL FEATURE Neutral Community Ecology1  

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and abundance (Hubbell, S. P. 2001. The unified theory of biodiversity of biogeography. Princeton University. Third, Hubbell's (2001) model makes linkages between ecology and evolution, and therefore it offers and Loreau in this Special Feature. Bell, Hubbell, and Leibold and McPeek regard neutral theory as providing

Holyoak, Marcel

221

REPRODUCTION REQUEST FORM Archives & Special Collections  

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REPRODUCTION REQUEST FORM Archives & Special Collections University of Connecticut Libraries Name:______________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Reproduction Use Policy · Reproductions are made available for research, teaching and private study. · Reproductions are made available for one-time use for the purpose stated in this agreement. · Each researcher

Holsinger, Kent

222

Faculty Governance and Special-Interest Centers  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In the past decade or so, the practice of faculty governance has become increasingly vexed by the proliferation of special-interest research and teaching centers sponsored by outside benefactors who expect to be involved in the content and management of programs they pay for. University administrations, strapped for resources and hungry for fame,…

Burgan, Mary

2009-01-01

223

13 -Special Construction April 2014 Water Distribution  

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13 - Special Construction April 2014 Water Distribution Texas Tech University 13 12 13 00 - 1, flushing, and valve and hydrant supervision for fire-service-main piping for fire suppression. 7. NSF Compliance: a. Comply with NSF 14 for plastic potable-water-service piping. Include marking "NSF

Zhang, Yuanlin

224

[Special Education/Early Childhood Program.  

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The Special Education Early Childhood Program of The George Washington University is a one year, full time, noncategorical, 36-hour masters program. The program strives to synthesize multidisciplinary theory and integrate this knowledge into conceptual patterns that guide educators. It seeks to tie theory to practice in the service of the…

George Washington Univ., Washington, DC. School of Education.

225

Alcohol Registration Policy Special Event Registration Committee  

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Alcohol Registration Policy Special Event Registration Committee Sponsoring Organization:___________________ Phone: __________ How will alcohol be made available? BYO: Serving: (only at academic/staff events) Non-alcoholic: _________________________________ Which method are you using to comply with the University Alcohol Policy & TN state drinking age law

Bordenstein, Seth

226

Teaching Special Relativity to Lay Students  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In this paper, I describe a lay course in special relativity (SR) given at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes (OLLI's) at Florida International University and the University of Miami. Courses are also offered in general relativity1 quantum theory cosmology the nature of time, and the fine-tuned universe. Each course is presented in six hour-and-a-half weekly sessions. Students are mostly retired or semi-retired adults like me. Most are college educated, but with little or no formal physics education.

Egdall, Ira Mark

2014-10-01

227

HUMAN RESOURCES SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY  

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HUMAN RESOURCES SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATIVE & PROFESSIONAL STAFF TEMPORARY POSITION and the students. Conducts presentations for students and staff to familiarize them with the resources, on campus recruitment and special projects. Recruits, trains and supervises student volunteers and work

228

Northwestern University University Police  

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Northwestern University University Police 1201 Davis Street Evanston, Illinois 60208-1320 EVANSTON Collection / Publication 3 The Role of the University Police Department 5 Crime, Emergency Reporting) 26 Blue Light Police Emergency Phones 26 Access to Campus Facilities and Building Security 27 Fire

Shahriar, Selim

229

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY University of Missouri-Columbia  

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY University of Missouri-Columbia Emergency Operations Plan 1 November 25, 2008 of the #12;EXECUTIVE SUMMARY University of Missouri-Columbia Emergency Operations Plan 2 November 25, 2008 support services for the University can become overwhelmed. During crises, the University requires special

Noble, James S.

230

Special Topic Original Articles Assessment of Pain Expression in  

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Special Topic ­ Original Articles Assessment of Pain Expression in Infant Cry Signals Using Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; 3Department of Psychology, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands; 4Department of Psychology, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; 5Department of women

231

Implementing Lottery Scheduling: Matching the Specializations in Traditional Schedulers  

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Implementing Lottery Scheduling: Matching the Specializations in Traditional Schedulers David. Gibson Carnegie Mellon University garth.gibson@cs.cmu.edu Abstract We describe extensions to lottery present in traditional non- real time process schedulers. Lottery scheduling enables flexible control over

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Page 300 Courses: Education: Special Education (EDSP) Sonoma State University 2012-2013 Catalog EDSP 423 ASSESSmEnt, CurriCulum AnD inStruCtionAl  

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to promote the social competence, self-management and communication skills of students with special needs or by permission of the instructor. EDSP 424 ClASSroom ECology: mAnAgEmEnt, DiSCiPlinE AnD bEhAviorAl SuPPortS (3) EDSP 424 provides candidates with an overview of both class-wide and individual classroom behavior

Ravikumar, B.

233

Brain Specialization for Music New Evidence from Congenital Amusia  

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153 Brain Specialization for Music New Evidence from Congenital Amusia ISABELLE PERETZ Department of Psychology, University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, H3C 3J7, Canada ABSTRACT: Brain specialization for music refers to the possibility that the hu- man brain is equipped with neural networks

234

Do Specialized MBA Programs Cultivate Alumni Relationships and Donations?  

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A recent trend among universities shifts from traditional MBA programs to specialized MBA offerings. Specialized programs are believed to cultivate stronger relationships with students, which lead to stronger alumni relationships and increased donations. This research tests this empirically by examining relationship perceptions and donation…

Johnson, Jennifer Wiggins; Thomas, Veronica; Peck, Joann

2010-01-01

235

The "Special" Way: Mary Paxton and Her Journalism Degree.  

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The only woman in the first graduating class of the world's first school of journalism at the University of Missouri, Mary Paxton Keeley was offered a position as a special reporter for the "Kansas City Post" in 1910. As was typical for female journalists at the time, most of Paxton's assignments during her 15 months with the "Post" were special…

Flocke, Elizabeth Lynne

236

MENDING THE REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON  

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MENDING THE WALL: REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON SHARED GOVERNANCE AND SENATE OPERATIONS UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ACADEMIC SENATE DAVIS DIVISION DECEMBER 13, 2004 #12;#12;EXECUTIVE SUMMARY and the Chancellors. The Special Committee on Shared Governance was formed out of a profound sense that shared

Ferrara, Katherine W.

237

The Impending Shortage of Special Education Faculty: A Summary  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This document highlights the major findings of a four-year study about the supply and demand of special education college and university faculty. The Special Education Faculty Needs Assessment (SEFNA) project concluded its data collection efforts in July of 2011. This national study continued the work of previous efforts that found the shortage of…

Smith, D. D.; Young, C.; Montrosse, B.; Tyler, N. C.; Robb, S. M.

2011-01-01

238

Library, Special Collections and Museums Learning Policy 1. Introduction  

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the University's ambitions by being a leading library and museum service within higher education. We will build. This framework interprets learning broadly, as formal education, lifelong learning and informal learning, gainedLibrary, Special Collections and Museums Learning Policy 1. Introduction 1.1 Library, Special

Pym, David J.

239

Revised June 2013 HIGH SCHOOL Special Privilege Registration  

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Revised June 2013 HIGH SCHOOL Special Privilege Registration The High School Special Privileges card is available to area high school students whose research requires access to the University Libraries' collection. Referral by the high school librarian is required and indicates that the student has

Dasgupta, Dipankar

240

Special Education Resource System.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The guide to the Special Education Resource System (SERS) of the Flour Bluff (Texas) school system contains policies and procedures regarding organization, services, and process of the system. Noted is the SERS purpose of providing information and access to appropriate instructional media and materials for special education personnel. Briefly…

Kampert, George J.

241

Special issue on parallelism  

Microsoft Academic Search

The articles presented in our Special Issue on parallel processing on the supercomputing scale reflect, to some extent, splits in the community developing these machines. There are several schools of thought on how best to implement parallel processing at both the hard- and software levels. Controversy exists over the wisdom of aiming for general- or special-purpose parallel machines, and what

Karen A. Frenkel

1986-01-01

242

Handbook of Special Education.  

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Intended to serve as a basic reference work for students and professionals in special education, the book contains 34 author contributed chapters concerned with the conceptual foundations of special education, service delivery systems, curriculum and methods, and child and child/environmental management. Chapters have the following titles and…

Kauffman, James M., Ed.; Hallahan, Daniel P., Ed.

243

NEUROCOMPUTING JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUE  

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NEUROCOMPUTING JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUE "ARTIFICIAL BRAINS" Call for Papers Guest Editors Prof. Dr for review to a special issue of the Neurocomputing journal, on the theme of "Artificial Brains". Background, and more powerful FPGA based accelerator boards, etc. thus allowing builders of "artificial brains" more

Wojcik, Vladimir

244

Challenges Facing Special Education.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This book presents 17 selected papers from recent issues of the journal, "Focus on Exceptional Children," concerning current and emerging challenges facing the field of special education. The book is organized in two parts. Part 1, "Contemporary Challenges," includes the following articles: "Transitions in Early Childhood Special Education: Issues…

Meyen, Edward L., Ed.; And Others

245

Special Education in Turkey  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Special education has been gaining intense attention from governments and educators throughout the world. As a developing country, and official candidate for the European Union, Turkey has been working on issues related to special education provision and inclusive education to improve the quality of services for citizens with disabilities. This…

Melekoglu, Macid A.; Cakiroglu, Orhan; Malmgren, Kimber W.

2009-01-01

246

Special Libraries Division. Papers.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In "How Special Libraries Use Networks," a paper presented at the 1982 International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) conference, David R. Bender (United States) advocates cooperation among academic, public, school, and special libraries in the areas of information management, staff services, and acquisition of technology. He describes…

International Federation of Library Associations, The Hague (Netherlands).

247

Careers in Special Education.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The booklet briefly describes special education employment possibilities in the state of Michigan for 18 areas of exceptionality or specialized service. Discussions usually include suggestions for professional education, description of work performed, and a listing of desirable personal attributes. Individually discussed are the blind and…

Michigan State Dept. of Education, Lansing. Div. of Special Education.

248

Characterizations of Special Curves  

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In this study, the new characterizations of special curves are investigated without using the curvatures of these special curves: general helices, slant helices, Bertrand curves, Mannheim curves. The curvatures are given by the help of the norms of the derivatives of Frenet vectors.

Yayli, Yusuf

2012-01-01

249

Special Education in Singapore.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article describes the development and current status of special education in Singapore. Topics include organization of service delivery, integration, teacher training, and achievements. Challenges to improve the quality of special education services through integration opportunities, preservice teacher training, and greater coordination among…

Lim, Levan; Nam, Sang Seok

2000-01-01

250

Who Needs Special Education?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper looks at trends toward more inclusive education for students with disabilities in Sweden in the context of budgetary cut-backs in school resources. It reports on a project that investigated processes of defining target populations for special education in Swedish schools. Special educators (N=27), classroom teachers (N=35) and…

Persson, Bengt

251

Linux Specialized Studies Program  

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Linux Specialized Studies Program Because of significant cost savings, a growing number of companies are choosing to adopt Linux as an alternative to Microsoft products. The Red Hat Linux Specialized Studies Program will give you the foundation needed to support and use the Linux operating system

Loudon, Catherine

252

Special Functions Model  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

EJS Special Functions Model shows how to access special functions in the OSP numerics package. The simulation displays a graph of the special function over the given range as well as the value of the selected function at a single point. The following special functions can be displayed: Legendre polynomials Pn(x) associated Legendre functions Pnm(x) Laguerre polynomials Ln(x) associated Laguerre polynomials Lnm(x) Chebyshev polynomials of the first kind Tn(x) Chebyshev polynomials of the second kind Un(x) Bessel functions Jn(x) A description of the EJS special functions along with links to more information about the functions are provided.

Christian, Wolfgang

2008-12-16

253

Senate Hearings before the Committee on Appropriations, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Fiscal Year 1978. Ninety-Fifth Congress, First Session. Part 7, Special Joint Hearing: Subcommittees on Defense/Military Construction.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Since appropriations for construction and operation of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences fall within the purview of two Senate subcommittees, Military Construction and Defense, joint hearings were held on March 21, 1977. Included with transcripts of the hearings are other prepared statements and data relating to the…

Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. Senate Committee on Appropriations.

254

Veicolarita e linguaggio scientifico--analisi del primo "Progetto italiano per studenti universitari somali" (Languages for Special Purposes and Scientific Usage--An Analysis of the First "Italian Project for Somali University Students").  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The development of an intensive Italian course for science students attending Somalia's National University is described. The historical background for this project, sponsored by the Italian Government and staffed by Italian teachers, is outlined. Course objectives, methods, and organization are illustrated by samples of instructional materials,…

Amato, Antonio

1979-01-01

255

What This Is We Bring Your America: The Co-Construction of an Electronic Picturebook by Special Educators and Their Students According to the Principles of Universal Design for Learning  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In 1997, one of the stipulations that Congress inserted into the reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA-97) was the mandate that schools must give students with disabilities access to the very same standards-based curriculum as their non-disabled peers. Just as Universal Design emerged as a paradigm in…

Fitzgerald, John Francisco

2009-01-01

256

Special note: The University's convocation ceremony, originally scheduled for Sunday, August 28 at 6:00pm was cancelled as a result of the adverse weather conditions related to Hurricane Irene. The  

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in this vibrant community of teachers and scholars, welcome to the 2011-12 academic year. It is truly invigorating to experience the renewal of campus as it once again comes alive, and as this university readies for a new class, and for a new year that holds boundless promise. To our first-year students, enjoy this rare occasion as you

Bermingham, Laura Hill

257

Tits Satake projections of homogeneous special geometries  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We organize the homogeneous special geometries, describing as well the couplings of D = 6, 5, 4 and 3 supergravities with eight supercharges, in a small number of universality classes. This relates manifolds on which similar types of dynamical solutions can exist. The mathematical ingredient is the Tits Satake projection of real simple Lie algebras, which we extend to all solvable Lie algebras occurring in these homogeneous special geometries. Apart from some exotic cases all the other, 'very special', homogeneous manifolds can be grouped into seven universality classes. The organization of these classes, which capture the essential features of their basic dynamics, commutes with the r- and c-map. Different members are distinguished by different choices of the paint group, a notion discovered in the context of cosmic billiard dynamics of non-maximally supersymmetric supergravities. We comment on the usefulness of this organization in universality class both in relation with cosmic billiard dynamics and with configurations of branes and orbifolds defining special geometry backgrounds.

Fré, Pietro; Gargiulo, Floriana; Rosseel, Jan; Rulik, Ksenya; Trigiante, Mario; Van Proeyen, Antoine

2007-01-01

258

Asymmetric universal entangling machine  

E-print Network

We give a definition of asymmetric universal entangling machine which entangles a system in an unknown state to a specially prepared ancilla. The machine produces a fixed state-independent amount of entanglement in exchange to a fixed degradation of the system state fidelity. We describe explicitly such a machine for any quantum system having $d$ levels and prove its optimality. We show that a $d^2$-dimensional ancilla is sufficient for reaching optimality. The introduced machine is a generalization to a number of widely investigated universal quantum devices such as the symmetric and asymmetric quantum cloners, the symmetric quantum entangler, the quantum information distributor and the universal-NOT gate.

Dmitri Horoshko; Mikhail Kolobov; Sergei Kilin

2004-12-23

259

Relativity: The Special and General Theory  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Bartelby.com provides this newly online English text version of the great physicist and humanitarian Albert Einstein's "Relativity: The Special and General Theory" from Robert W. Lawson's 1920 translation. The page is divided into the following sections: Einstein's three-part text ("The Special Theory of Relativity," "The General Theory of Relativity," and "Consideration on the Universe as a Whole"), Appendices, Bibliography, and a section of links to its bibliographical record, preface, biographical note, frontispiece portrait, and translator's note. An internal search engine enables users to search for words within the document.

260

Universal romanticism  

Microsoft Academic Search

This essay considers three of the era’s “universalisms”: universal language, universal rights, and universal egotism, each of which evokes diversity at the heart of “universal” thinking. Romantic evocations of music as a “universal language” offer an alternative to reading the universe as the “Book of God,” one in which the instabilities of the sublime are perceived not as disharmony, but

Esther Schor

2009-01-01

261

University of New Police Department  

E-print Network

of the intended user. · Protective equipment, such as closed, slip- resistant shoes, · Helmets and specially. It is the opinion of the University that performing tricks off of University property is both potentially dangerous the impact of a fall. · The protective equipment currently on the market is not subject to government

New Hampshire, University of

262

Submitted to *Xidian University, China  

E-print Network

THESIS Submitted to *Xidian University, China *Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Rouen, France To obtain China-France Joint PhD in Discipline: PHYSICS Speciality: Energy by WANG Jiajie Shaped.09.2011 Members of the jury: Reviewers: Bai Jintao Professor, Northwest University, Xi'an, China Liu Weidong

Boyer, Edmond

263

The Marine Corps University Library.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes the Marine Corps University (Virginia) Library's collections and reserves. States that the library's resources focus on military doctrine, history, arts, and sciences, and that they include Web- and CD-ROM-based specialized military databases. Describes the library's mission to serve the university community and Marine Corps patrons…

Ramkey, Carol E.

2001-01-01

264

Florida Atlantic University Student Government  

E-print Network

: The purpose of club funding is to assist Florida Atlantic University recognized student clubs2 #12;2 Florida Atlantic University Student Government Council of Student Organizations (COSO) Boca and a Director. The councils are Academic, Multicultural, Special Interest, Greek, Sports, and Graduate. Section

Fernandez, Eduardo

265

SPECIAL ISSUE Barbara Vollmayr Magdalena M. Mahlstedt Fritz A. Henn  

E-print Network

SPECIAL ISSUE Barbara Vollmayr Ã? Magdalena M. Mahlstedt Ã? Fritz A. Henn Neurogenesis and depression.M. Mahlstedt Ã? F.A. Henn Central Institute of Mental Health, J5 University of Heidelberg 68159 Mannheim University Park Nottingham NG7 2RD, UK F.A. Henn Brookhaven National Laboratory Directorial Services New York

266

2012 Special symposium on Red tides Red-tide world  

E-print Network

2012 Special symposium on Red tides Red-tide world Date: October 26 (Friday) 2012 09, USA (PhD) Theodore J. Smayda Editor-in- chief, Harmful Algae Sandra E. Shumway Editor-in- chief, Harmful Algae Professor University of Rhode Island, USA University of Oslo, Norway (PhD) Professor

Jeong, Hae Jin

267

An Alternative Model of Special Education Teacher Education Socialization  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The process of organizational socialization sheds light on the difficulty of a university program to effectively socialize its special education teacher candidates into believing and acting on theories of inclusion for students with disabilities in public schools. In general, people are socialized by prior experiences, then the university, then…

Young, Kathryn

2008-01-01

268

Online Learning: Special Report.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This special section includes "The View from the Middle" (Dick Schaaf); "Crossing the Channel" (Dawn Garrett); and "Bandwidth Basics" (Dick Schaaf). Sidebars look at bandwidth and management issues as well as courseware development. (JOW)

Training, 1999

1999-01-01

269

ASE and Special Needs.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes the current programs and future plans the Association for Science Education (ASE) in Great Britain has for helping teachers learn more about students with special educational needs in the science classroom. (WRM)

Smith, Daniel Sandford

1999-01-01

270

Zero: A Special Case.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Presents an historical lesson on the development of numbers and the special characteristics of zero. Includes activity sheets designed to help students focus their attention on the value of numerals including zero, place value, and operation with zero. (KHR)

Wilson, Patricia S.

2001-01-01

271

Special parallel processing workshop  

SciTech Connect

This report contains viewgraphs from the Special Parallel Processing Workshop. These viewgraphs deal with topics such as parallel processing performance, message passing, queue structure, and other basic concept detailing with parallel processing.

NONE

1994-12-01

272

Graduate School Sociology Special  

E-print Network

, international migration and transnational families within the regions of East and Southeast Asia. StudentsA A Graduate School of Letters () Sociology Special Lectures Asian Studies Institute of Sociology,Vietnam Dang Nguyen Anh Vu Manh Loi 13001615 Asian Studies

Takada, Shoji

273

[Mathematics - astronomy - astrology special library].  

PubMed

About 1560 Elector August of Saxony created an unusual library--one distinguished within its period by both its specialization and location. Situated within the Kunstkammer this library was mostly dedicated to the mathematical sciences and related disciplines. It contained works by the most important authors on mathematics, astronomy, and astrology from the classical, medieval, and early modern periods. This essay traces the formation and composition of August's library, and examines its function: What kind of relationship existed between the library and the Kunstkammer? In what way did the library mirror the interests of the Elector, and to what extend does it permit inferences regarding the Elector's knowledge of mathematics? From the analysis August emerges not as a specialist with a deep understanding of mathematics, but as a particular aficionado of mathematical applications. As a practitioner and general follower of the mathematical arts he took part in a far-reaching intellectual network the center of which lay in the University of Wittenberg. Here, Melanchthon had effectively strengthened the importance of the mathematical disciplines within the university curriculum. He regarded mathematics as the foremost science, arguing that before all other disciplines its method enabled man to recognize the harmonic order of the world, and to discern divine providence. Thus, mathematics offered consoling stability and support in an often seemingly chaotic world torn by religious controversies. This kind of esteem for the mathematical sciences did not presuppose expert knowledge. Hence, the fact that August does not appear to have read the mathematical books he collected does not come as a contradiction. On the contrary, for August it sufficed to recognize the potential of the mathematical sciences, which he brought into life through the creation of a specialized library that developed a rhetoric of its own. The collection of his Kunstkammer library spoke of a harmonically ordered world while at the same time memorializing August as a lover of mathematics and an important figure within the group of mathematical experts and enthusiasts. PMID:21898978

Gluch, Sibylle

2011-01-01

274

Predictors of sexual abstinence among Wolaita Sodo University Students, South Ethiopia  

PubMed Central

Background It is over 30 years since the first case of AIDS [Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome] was identified. Attention has been focused recently on the promotion of the “ABCs” of HIV prevention (being abstinent or delaying sex, remaining faithful to one sexual partner, and using condoms consistently during sexual intercourse). As programs that focus on ABCs to prevent heterosexual transmission HIV are rolled out, questions of how well university students who come from varied cultural contexts actually understand the terms and address challenges to adopt behaviors is unanswered. In Ethiopia, despite the mushrooming number of students in the higher learning institutions with the current figure being 210,000 students accommodated in 33 public and 72 private higher learning institutions, sexual and reproductive health services, are not delivered in an organized way. The objective of this study is to identify factors associated with Sexual abstinence among Wolaita Sodo University students to provide evidence for designing appropriate interventions. Methods A Cross-Sectional study was conducted among 750 undergraduate students selected from Wolaita Sodo University using a stratified simple random sampling technique during the academic year. Data were collected using structured self administered questionnaire, focus group discussion and in depth interview guides as tools for data collection. Ethical clearance was obtained from Jimma University and informed consent was obtained from the participants after explaining purpose of study. Statistical tests were employed wherever necessary at the significance level of 0.05. Results All of the participants had heard about HIV/AIDS of which 97.3% had good knowledge. Higher proportions of male students were sexually active than their counter parts. Students with better knowledge on HIV AIDS were 6.6 (95%CI=1.6, 12.9) times more likely to abstain from sexual intercourse than their counter parts. Conclusions Knowledge of students about risk of HIV infection is strong predictors of sexual abstinence of students which were less observed among students who came from rural areas. The university needs to intensify strong behavior change communication using multiple strategies through the active involvement of students themselves within the university’s premises and in the surrounding community in collaboration with stakeholders to promote Sexual abstinence. PMID:23547969

2013-01-01

275

Uplifting amplitudes in special kinematics  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

We consider scattering amplitudes in planar {N} = 4 supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory in special kinematics where all external four-dimensional momenta are restricted to a (1+1)-dimensional subspace. The amplitudes are known to satisfy non-trivial factorisation properties arising from multi-collinear limits, which we further study here. We are able to find a general solution to these multi-collinear limits. This results in a simple formula which represents an n-point superamplitude in terms of a linear combination of functions S m which are constrained to vanish in all appropriate multi-collinear limits. These collinear-vanishing building blocks, S m, are dual-conformally-invariant functions which depend on the reduced m-point kinematics with 8 ? m ? 4?. For MHV amplitudes they can be constructed directly using, for example, the approach in ref. [1]. This procedure provides a universal uplift of lower-point collinearly vanishing building blocks S m to all higher-point amplitudes. It works at any loop-level ? ? 1 and for any MHV or NkMHV amplitude. We compare this with explicit examples involving n-point MHV amplitudes at 2-loops and 10-point MHV amplitudes at 3-loops. Tree-level superamplitudes have different properties and are treated separately from loop-level amplitudes in our approach. To illustrate this we derive an expression for n-point tree-level NMHV amplitudes in special kinematics.

Goddard, Timothy; Heslop, Paul; Khoze, Valentin V.

2012-10-01

276

KYOTO UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS GUIDE for INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS  

E-print Network

Approaching prospective universities for Letter of Acceptance*2 2nd screening Result notification Immigration Immigration procedures Coming to Japan Japanese language education EJU *3 Selection by university Specialized of May, 2006) (As of May, 2006) Kyoto University was founded in June, 1897 and it has a long history

Takada, Shoji

277

Preparing Special Educators To Work with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Learners: A Rural Case Study.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Responding to a shortage of special education teachers with multicultural training, the University of Utah designed a series of American Indian specialization courses for teachers, leading to a master's degree in professional practice. Essential course components include cultural awareness, nonbiased assessment, specialized curriculum and…

Mayhew, Jack; And Others

278

Problem Motivation Problem setup Solution Special case Conclusions Computation of Chopped System Norm  

E-print Network

Problem Motivation Problem setup Solution Special case Conclusions Computation of Chopped System Norm Hanumant Singh Shekhawat University of Twente March 11, 2010 #12;Problem Motivation Problem setup Solution Special case Conclusions Overview 1 Problem 2 Motivation 3 Problem setup 4 Solution 5 Special case

Al Hanbali, Ahmad

279

Special Education and Special Student Services. Status Report.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The four sections of this report use text, graphs, and tables to present the status of Oregon programs providing special education, compensatory education, student services, early childhood education, and special projects. The first section, on special education, provides the mission statement and the state's goals for special education and then…

Brazeau, Karen; And Others

280

Translating cosmological special relativity into geometric algebra  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Geometric algebra and Clifford algebra are important tools to describe and analyze the physics of the world we live in. Although there is enormous empirical evidence that we are living in four dimensional spacetime, mathematical worlds of higher dimensions can be used to present the physical laws of our world in an aesthetical and didactical more appealing way. In physics and mathematics education we are therefore confronted with the question how these high dimensional spaces should be taught. But as an immediate confrontation of students with high dimensional compactified spacetimes would expect too much from them at the beginning of their university studies, it seems reasonable to approach the mathematics and physics of higher dimensions step by step. The first step naturally is the step from four dimensional spacetime of special relativity to a five dimensional spacetime world. As a toy model for this artificial world cosmological special relativity, invented by Moshe Carmeli, can be used. This five dimensional non-compactified approach describes a spacetime which consists not only of one time dimension and three space dimensions. In addition velocity is regarded as a fifth dimension. This model very probably will not represent physics correctly. But it can be used to discuss and analyze the consequences of an additional dimension in a clear and simple way. Unfortunately Carmeli has formulated cosmological special relativity in standard vector notation. Therefore a translation of cosmological special relativity into the mathematical language of Grassmann and Clifford (Geometric algebra) is given and the physics of cosmological special relativity is discussed.

Horn, Martin Erik

2012-11-01

281

63University of Minnesota Undergraduate Catalog 201012 General Information...............................................................................64  

E-print Network

............................................................................................................................................................... 66 Special Learning Opportunities and Resources........................................................................................................................................................67 Career Paths the Medical Technology Program) was established at the University of Minnesota in 1922 to prepare men

Amin, S. Massoud

282

A Special Trinomial Expansion  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this article, the author takes up the special trinomial (1 + x + x[squared])[superscript n] and shows that the coefficients of its expansion are entries of a Pascal-like triangle. He also shows how to calculate these entries recursively and explicitly. This article could be used in the classroom for enrichment. (Contains 1 table.)

Ayoub, Ayoub B.

2006-01-01

283

Special Interest Groups.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Offers a reflection on the shootings at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, on April 20, 1999. Notes how every special-interest group has used the tragedy to support its own point of view, and concludes that teachers have become bystanders in the education of America's children. (SR)

Degi, Bruce J.

1999-01-01

284

Special Education Programs.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Intended as a guide for school administrators, teachers, parents, and physicians interested in the education of the exceptional child, the manual lists and briefly outlines services available to handicapped and academically talented students in the Washoe County (Nevada) Schools. Among the topics covered are the philosophy of special education;…

Washoe County School District, Reno, NV.

285

Graduate School (Sociology Special  

E-print Network

A A Graduate School of Letters () (Sociology Special Lectures Asian Studies of this lecture course is to sociologically analyse the activities of young social entrepreneurs and their role will be actively utilised, so along with core sociological theories from constructionism and organisational

Takada, Shoji

286

SPECIAL REPORT shipshape: sanitation  

E-print Network

REFERENCES SPECIAL REPORT TABLE FIGURE EATURES shipshape: sanitation Inspections on Cruise ships, 1990­2005, Vessel sanitation Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ElaineH.Cramer,M.D.,M.P.H. CurtisJ.Blanton,M.S. CharlesOtto,M.S. VesselSanitationProgramEnvironmental Health

287

Lecture 22: Specialization, Coevolution  

E-print Network

the evolution of biological diversity? Cuckoos: brood parasites · Lay eggs in nest of other birds · Nestlings eject host egg/nestling · Specialists ­ Different races each specialized on different host · Coevolution. · Rough-skinned newt: TTX tetrodotoxin in skin ­ Paralytic · Snake T. spiralis ­ Amphibian specialist

288

Recasting the Special Relationship  

Microsoft Academic Search

The notion of a special relationship between the United Kingdom and the United States was first articulated by Winston Churchill sixty years ago in a speech in Fulton, Missouri (Churchill 1948). In this speech, Churchill sought to define the UK's role in an international system that had been utterly transformed by the Second World War. The huge sacrifices demanded by

Andrew Gamble; Ian Kearns

289

Special Education in Transition.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This report contains recommendations by the New York City Board of Education's Division of Special Education for (1) integrating the School Mental Health Services Plan with the current pupil certification process, and (2) restructuring the leadership system of the Field Operations Unit. The major emphasis in the recommendations is to develop a…

New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn, NY. Div. of Special Education.

290

Culture and Special Education  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this paper we concern ourselves with the ways in which schools in general and special education procedures in particular tend to not be successful for those of our students who are from a different culture. (While we focus on Canadian Aboriginals, we also extend our thinking to those children who come from different races, ethnicities,…

Bailey, Beverley; Betts, Paul

2009-01-01

291

Special Issue: Leisure Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Special issue includes (1) "Introduction" (Burlew); (2) "Leisure Counseling (LC): A Call to Order" (Emerson); (3) "Integrating Leisure into Adult Career Counseling Process" (Pearson); (4) "Developmental Approach to LC Theory" (McDaniels); (5) "LC for the Elderly" (Clark); (6) "LC with AIDS Clients" (Burlew); and (7) "The Leisure Sphere: Context…

Burlew, Larry D., Ed.; And Others

1992-01-01

292

Online Learning. Special Report.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Special section includes "World Wide Weeds" (Ann M. Bauer), about trainers as webmasters; "Get the Picture?" (Frank Jossi)--the role of digital video in computer-based training; and "The Reluctant Executive" (Anne K. Fredrickson), how to get administrators into the information age. (JOW)

Training, 1998

1998-01-01

293

Spotlight on Special Education  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

With the everyday juggling act principals perform, they have a daunting challenge to keep up the latest research in education. At the same time, the literature documents an intensive need for increased professional development of principals in special education (Goar, Schwenn, & Boyer, 1997; Lasky & Karge, 2006; McLaughlin & Nolet, 2004). To…

Karge, Belinda Dunnick; Lasky, Beth

2009-01-01

294

EPN Special Project \\  

Microsoft Academic Search

Since June 2001, the Local Analysis Centres (LACs) of the EUREF Permanent Network (EPN) have been delivering daily troposphere solution files, which are created during the computation of the weekly coordinate solution with little additional effort. The combination of these solutions is carried out as a part of the EUREF Special Project \\

W. SOEHNE; G. WEBER

295

University of University of  

E-print Network

Undee University of aberdeen What is SUPA? SUPA is the Scottish Universities Physics Alliance and is the first Physics research areas and to the largest group of Physics researchers in the UK. For more informationPEtitivE EDGE. tHAt iS WHy oUr ExPErtiSE cAn HElP yoU DEvEloP nEW ProDUctS, brinG nEW iDEAS to mArKEt AnD HElP

Painter, Kevin

296

Special Lecture Hitoshi Murayama  

E-print Network

universe eventually became bumpy · Gravitational instability! · gravity only pulls, doesn't push · small are turning theories of the cosmos upside down. #12;DMR #12;"If you are a religious person it's like seeing

Murayama, Hitoshi

297

HARVARD UNIVERSITY HARVARD UNIVERSITY  

E-print Network

://www.provost.harvard.edu/institutional_research/factbook.php If you would like more information about data contained in the Fact Book, contact: Jason DeWitt, Senior Data and Reporting Analyst (617) 495-0591, E-mail: jason_dewitt@harvard.edu Darrick Yee, Data Officeof Technology Development University HealthServices Harvard Trademark Program Nieman Foundation Villa

298

The University of Wisconsin Collection  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

As this digital archive of documents related to the history of the University of Wisconsin suggests, "...the history of the University of Wisconsin is far too colorful and texture-rich to be told in a single document." Fortunately for those with an interest in the University's long history, this special collection of historical documents developed by the University's Digital Content Group provides access to a number of helpful resources. A number of titles may be searched or browsed, including the landmark 4-volume history of the University of Wisconsin and a number of printed materials related to the Wisconsin Union, the University's primary gathering place. Visitors can also browse through two early versions of the University's yearbook, titled the Trochos.

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Demystifying Special Education in Virtual Charter Schools. Special Report. Primers on Special Education in Charter Schools  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This special report is a supplement to a series of special education primers created to inform state officials, authorizers and charter school operators about special education in the charter sector. The primer series also provides tools to help these stakeholders build charter school capacity to provide special education and related services. In…

Rhim, Lauren Morando; Kowal, Julie

2008-01-01

300

Mission Mars: Special Section  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The rock that rocked the world is the subject of many new sites this week. Follow the debate about life on Mars by visiting the CNN special site devoted to the discovery. In addition to articles, audio, and video, this page provides links to many official and non-official sites about this discovery, Mars, and even meteorites in general (including Meteorite Central, which accepts advertisements for meteorites for sale).

1997-01-01

301

The role of intellectual capital and university technology transfer offices in university-based technology transfer  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study develops a theoretical model to explain the relationships among intellectual capital, research outcomes, and technology transfer (TT) performance, investigating the role of university TT offices (UTTOs) in the innovation process. The authors examined these relationships by sampling 49 Taiwanese universities within a 2-year period. It is concluded that universities with specialized UTTOs indeed promote TT performance (TTP) based

Hui-I Feng; Chia-Shen Chen; Chuan-Hung Wang; Hsueh-Chiao Chiang

2012-01-01

302

The role of intellectual capital and university technology transfer offices in university-based technology transfer  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study develops a theoretical model to explain the relationships among intellectual capital, research outcomes, and technology transfer (TT) performance, investigating the role of university TT offices (UTTOs) in the innovation process. The authors examined these relationships by sampling 49 Taiwanese universities within a 2-year period. It is concluded that universities with specialized UTTOs indeed promote TT performance (TTP) based

Hui-I Feng; Chia-Shen Chen; Chuan-Hung Wang; Hsueh-Chiao Chiang

2011-01-01

303

The University of Mississippi School of Education  

E-print Network

1 The University of Mississippi School of Education Department of Teacher Education Elementary Education Secondary Education Special Education Handbook for Undergraduate Field Experiences 2013 live on the School of Education homepage (link on "student handbooks"). Go to http://education

Elsherbeni, Atef Z.

304

Enzymatic Production of Universal Donor Erythrocytes.  

National Technical Information Service (NTIS)

The aims of this research contract were: 1) to isolate in pure culture strains of human enteric bacteria with the specialized ability to produce strong activities of extracellular glycosidases that convert blood type A or B erythrocytes to universal donor...

L. C. Hoskins

1981-01-01

305

Student Manual University Policies and Regulations  

E-print Network

to University Property - 50 Protests & Demonstrations Policy ­ 51 Posting Policy ­ 52 Special Mention - 53 Preamble ­ 54 Area Disciplinary Systems ­ 55 Review Process ­ 63 Area Admission Review Systems ­ 64

He, Chuan

306

Department of Anthropology California State University, Fullerton  

E-print Network

Department of Anthropology California State University, Fullerton Master of Arts in Anthropology The graduate program in anthropology offers advanced study in four-field scientific anthropology with a specialization in Anthropological Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology, or Evolutionary Anthropology

de Lijser, Peter

307

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY RAWLS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS  

E-print Network

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY RAWLS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING MSA (Taxation) Name Tax Law for Partnerships ____ ____ ACCT 5309 Special Entity-Ownership Accounting Issues ____ ____ ACCT 5315 Estate & Gift Taxation ____ ____ ACCT 5318 Income Tax Research & Planning ____ ____ ACCT 5320

Westfall, Peter H.

308

Motivation Motivic Euler Product Motivic Measures Special Uniformity of Zetas Total & Stable Motivic Masses Motivic Euler Product and Its Applications  

E-print Network

Motivation Motivic Euler Product Motivic Measures Special Uniformity of Zetas Total & Stable Motivic Masses Motivic Euler Product and Its Applications Lin WENG Kyushu University Arithmetic and Algebraic Geometry University of Tokyo January 30, 2014 #12;Motivation Motivic Euler Product Motivic

Nakamura, Iku

309

38 CFR 21.3104 - Special training.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...21.3104 Special training. (a) Initial...counseling psychologist or vocational rehabilitation counselor...course of specialized vocational training or special restorative...course of specialized vocational training or special...

2011-07-01

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38 CFR 21.3104 - Special training.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...21.3104 Special training. (a) Initial...counseling psychologist or vocational rehabilitation counselor...course of specialized vocational training or special restorative...course of specialized vocational training or special...

2012-07-01

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38 CFR 21.3104 - Special training.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...21.3104 Special training. (a) Initial...counseling psychologist or vocational rehabilitation counselor...course of specialized vocational training or special restorative...course of specialized vocational training or special...

2013-07-01

312

38 CFR 21.3104 - Special training.  

...21.3104 Special training. (a) Initial...counseling psychologist or vocational rehabilitation counselor...course of specialized vocational training or special restorative...course of specialized vocational training or special...

2014-07-01

313

38 CFR 21.3104 - Special training.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...21.3104 Special training. (a) Initial...counseling psychologist or vocational rehabilitation counselor...course of specialized vocational training or special restorative...course of specialized vocational training or special...

2010-07-01

314

SPECIAL PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS 2004 2011 2004-2005 Special Projects  

E-print Network

education programs and activities. #12;2005-2006 Special Projects Kissel: Video Education and MarketingSPECIAL PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS 2004 ­ 2011 2004-2005 Special Projects Castille: Multi-State Master viable through the adoption of research-based conservation practices. The Master Farmer Program

315

THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Curriculum Vitae for Faculty Members  

E-print Network

THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Curriculum Vitae for Faculty Members Date: May 5. 2009 Initials-1980 University of British Columbia M Sc Physics 1980-1982 University of British Columbia Ph D Physics 1982 The University of British Columbia Study Leave 07/2007-06/2008 8. TEACHING (a) Areas of special interest

Karczmarek, Joanna

316

Virtualizing Specialized Software  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Student computing is now mobile. For college students across the nation, convenient access to information--anytime, anywhere, on demand--has become not only a priority, but a necessity. To successfully serve the needs of this current generation of students, colleges and universities must recognize the trend and align services accordingly.…

McSwain-Starrett, Lauren T.; Conley, Stephanie Scheer

2011-01-01

317

The special education department  

E-print Network

of faculty members who are known around the world for their research. In fact, we probably have the strongest #12;3 The Power of Peabody · The reputation and resources of a world-class university · A faculty. The skills you gain at Peabody will translate into second chances for children, adolescents and adults who

Palmeri, Thomas

318

Specialized Content Material.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A computer-based set of instructional materials, designed to teach English second-language reading skills to university-level engineering students, is described and its development is outlined. The programmed units are designed to be used individually on the computer. The stages of software development included: selection of sentence units from…

Labbe, Raul; Varas, Amanda

319

University Calendar, April 16, 2013  

E-print Network

. Call 785-864-4710. Student Group Event. Orienteer Kansas: Adventure Run. Noon. KU campus, in front of Murphy Hall. Free. Sponsored by Student Involvement & Leadership Center. Call 785-318-6279. Concert. KU School of Music Student Recital... by University Ceremonies and Special Events. Call 785-864-4213. Colloquium. Rankings Based on Test Scores versus Rankings Based on Latent Variables: When Are They the Same? Roger Millsap, Arizona State University. 3 p.m. 3 West Reading Room, Watson Library...

2013-04-16

320

Astronomy Outreach for Special Needs Children  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

While there are many outreach programs for the public and for children, there are few programs for special needs children. I describe a NASA-STScI-IDEAS funded outreach program I created for children using a telescope (including remote and robotic observations), hands-on astronomy demonstrations (often with edible ingredients). The target audience is seriously ill children with special medical needs and their families who are staying at the Long Island Ronald McDonald House in conjunction the children's surgery and medical treatments at local hospitals. These educational activities help children and their families learn about astronomy while providing a diversion to take their minds off their illness during a stressful time. A related program for hospitalized children has been started at the Hagedorn Pediatric Inpatient Center at Winthrop University Hospital.

Lubowich, D.

2008-06-01

321

POV: Special Flight  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The POV series on PBS has been bringing a range of compelling documentaries to curious viewers for years. This recent installment from their talented crew presents the story of undocumented immigrants at a detention center in Geneva, Switzerland. Visitors can watch the entire program here and the website features interviews with the filmmakers, extra conversations with others involved in the production, and a teachers' guide. Interested parties will learn about the situation at Frambois prison and they can also watch a special interview with the film's director, Fernand Melgar. This moving film would be a wonderful addition to a class in human rights, international relations, and any number of related disciplines.

2013-07-01

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Special SLC linac developments  

SciTech Connect

The linac of the SLAC Linear Collider (SLC) is required to accelerate several intense electron and positron bunches to high energy while maintaining their small transverse dimensions and energy spectra. Many of the linac systems have been upgraded to the new stringent SLC design criteria. The remaining systems will be completed in the summer of 1986. Special instruments and controls have been developed to monitor and manipulate these small but potent beams. A brief review of the SLC requirements is given. A broad survey of the recent development is made encompassing longitudinal and transverse wakefield reductions, Landau damping, energy and position feedback systems, beam diagnostic and beam current fluctuations.

Seeman, J.T.; Sheppard, J.C.

1986-04-01

323

CNET Special Report: Linux  

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Linux is a stable, relatively adaptable Operating System (OS) that has been distributed for free since its creation by Linus Torvalds in 1991. Since then, Torvalds has coordinated further development of this system by hundreds of computer professionals and hobbyists. For various reasons, this Unix clone OS has been getting quite a bit of attention lately, and some believe it could be a viable alternative to the most popular business OS, Windows NT. This CNET Special Report calls Linux the "upstart OS." It considers the past and the future of Linux.

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Special Angle Pairs Discovery Activity  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This lesson uses a discovery approach to identify the special angles formed when a set of parallel lines is cut by a transversal. During this lesson students identify the angle pair and the relationship between the angles. Students use this relationship and special angle pairs to make conjectures about which angle pairs are considered special angles.

Henry, Barbara

2012-04-16

325

Special Education and Student Services.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This report examines the current status and plans for special education, student services, and special projects and studies in Oregon. The first section offers an overview of special education long-range planning in secondary and transition programs, the student population with severe emotional disturbance, low incidence populations, families, the…

Brazeau, Karen; And Others

326

Comparative Studies in Special Education.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This text presents 26 case studies which examine special education provisions for children in the world today. The reports focus on the current state of special education in selected nations and major issues and controversies in the field of special education within those nations. Each case study addresses the following themes: (1) prevalence of…

Mazurek, Kas, Ed.; Winzer, Margret A., Ed.

327

SPECIAL EDUCATION: TEACHER EDUCATION MAJORS  

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SPECIAL EDUCATION: TEACHER EDUCATION MAJORS The Special Education program is designed to give teacher candidates a strong foundation in both general and special education pedagogical knowledge and skills. The program offers a Bachelor's degree, two types of Master's degrees, an Education Specialist

Tennessee, University of

328

Manual for Special Education Nurses.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This manual aims (1) to provide a standard, well-referenced resource for Iowa special education nurses and (2) to provide direction and continuity for health services to pupils with special needs. The first chapter provides an overview of the special education nurse's role, including philosophy, definitions of assignments, levels of service, and…

Schnetter, Vicki A., Ed.

329

Lifelines Special Edition: Hillary's Contribution to Physiology  

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This is a free audio podcast from the American Physiological Society. Discussion questions, related research, and other teaching resources are available by clicking on the "collection" tab in the left hand column.In this special episode of Life Lines, we talk to John West, a professor of medicine at the University of California, who shares his memories of the late Sir Edmund Hillary. West accompanied Hillary to Mount Everest in 1960, helping to uncover how the body acclimatizes to the extremes of altitude.

APS Communications Office (American Physiological Society Communications Office)

2008-01-15

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HIGH SCHOOL Special Privilege Registration The High School Special Privileges card is available to area high school students whose research requires  

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HIGH SCHOOL Special Privilege Registration The High School Special Privileges card is available to area high school students whose research requires access to the University Libraries' collection. Referral by the high school librarian is required and indicates that the student has exhausted

Dasgupta, Dipankar

331

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS  

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, D.M. (Ed.) 2009. Summaries of Arkansas Cotton Research. AR Ag. Exp. Sta. Special Series 573. (31UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS JULY 1, 2009 � JUNE 30 articles, 186 pages). Slaton, N.A. (Ed.). 2009. Wayne E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2008. Uof

Soerens, Thomas

332

STUDENT HANDBOOK University of Saskatchewan,  

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Services and Resources Native Access Program to Nursing (NAPN) Library Services Disability Services Manuals and Policies Charting Performance of Technical Skills Special Nursing Procedures and Transfer Union Handbook, the SIAST and U of S Calendars and Websites, and the First Nations University of Canada

Saskatchewan, University of

333

Brown University.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The computing at Brown University was formalized in 1960. Computing history, current university computing, and a description of the Institute for Research in Information and Scholarship are discussed. The installation of a broadband communications network (BRUNET) was recently completed. (MLW)

CAUSE/EFFECT, 1984

1984-01-01

334

129Rangifer, Special Issue No. 17, 2007 Introduction  

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129Rangifer, Special Issue No. 17, 2007 Introduction Woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G 2H1, Canada. Abstract: Woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou, forage, generalized linear models, habitat, lichen, multi-scale models, Rangifer tarandus caribou

Macdonald, Ellen

335

Special Issue: The Connectome Feature Review Functional connectomics from  

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MRI of the Brain (FMRIB), University of Oxford, Oxford, UK 2 Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity-quality rfMRI data being generated by the Human Connectome Project and highlight some upcoming challengesSpecial Issue: The Connectome ­ Feature Review Functional connectomics from resting-state f

336

Teaching English for Special Purposes in Iran: Problems and Suggestions  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The academic requirement for students majoring in fields other than English to pass English for Special or Specific Purposes (ESP) courses at university level has led to a rapid growth of such classes in Iran. However, despite this growth, not much literature on the practical aspects of these classes is available. The aim of the present article is…

Hayati, A. Majid

2008-01-01

337

Preface to John W. Morse Special Issue of Aquatic Geochemistry  

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August 2011 � Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2011 This Special Volume of Aquatic Geochemistry to the betterment of the society. It reads: F. T. Mackenzie (&) Á A. Mucci Á G. W. Luther III University of Hawaii microelectrodes; geochemistry of sedimentary sul- fides and their influence on metal toxicity; Pitzer equation

Long, Bernard

338

Guaranteeing Motion Safety for Robots Special Issue Guest Editorial  

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already witnessed autonomous mobile robots guiding people in museums and automated cars drivingGuaranteeing Motion Safety for Robots Special Issue Guest Editorial Thierry Fraichard INRIA Grenoble Rhône-Alpes, France James J. Kuner, Jr. The Robotics Institute Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

339

Live Broadcasting Online: Interactive Training for Rural Special Educators.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Since 1990 West Virginia University has offered a distance education program leading to teaching certification and a master's degree in either severe/multiple disabilities or early intervention/early childhood special education. The courses were offered via satellite transmission, but in response to demand for these courses in areas without…

Ludlow, Barbara L.; Duff, Michael C.

340

Science Instruction through the Visual Arts in Special Collections  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder) is known for strong programming in the sciences and a teaching faculty at the forefront of science education and reform. Librarians at CU-Boulder, in collaboration with science faculty, are challenged to improve undergraduate science education. Using rare, historic, and artistic works from Special…

Brown, Amanda H.; Losoff, Barbara; Hollis, Deborah R.

2014-01-01

341

Journal of Statistical Research Special Issue on Biostatistics  

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Journal of Statistical Research Special Issue on Biostatistics Guest Editor: Abdus S. Wahed, PhD Department of Biostatistics, University of Pittsburgh Journal of Statistical Research (JSR) is the official of the rapid growth in the discipline "Biostatistics". Journal of Statistical Research has decided to publish

Rodriguez, Carlos

342

Virtual Programs and Assessment in Graduate Special Education  

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This action research presents data about an online Master of Arts in Education (MAE) in Learning and Behavior Disorders (LBD), P-12 at Western Kentucky University. During extensive program revisions, the program developed a collaborative assessment model while preparing more than 300 special education personnel for work in rural schools.

Atwell, Nedra; Maxwell, Marge

2007-01-01

343

Planning for Effective Security at Campus Special Events.  

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Factors to consider in assuring security for student events on campus are discussed, based on the experience of the University of South Florida, which has developed, tested, and critiqued a system of planning security. Even though special events vary significantly in type and purpose, some questions should be answered in advance, with the…

Bromley, Max L.

1984-01-01

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Implementing Lottery Scheduling: Matching the Specializations Traditional Schedulers  

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Implementing Lottery Scheduling: Matching the Specializations Traditional Schedulers David Petrou Carnegie Mellon University garth.gibson@cs.cmu.edu Abstract We describe extensions to lottery scheduling in traditional non­ real time process schedulers. Lottery scheduling enables flexible control over relative

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Special issue on non-Abelian gauge fields  

Microsoft Academic Search

Building a universal quantum computer is a central goal of emerging quantum technologies and it is expected to revolutionize science and technology. Unfortunately, this future does not seem very close, however, quantum computers built for a special purpose, i.e., quantum simulators, are currently being developed in many leading laboratories. Numerous schemes for quantum simulation have been proposed and realized using,

Fabrice Gerbier; Nathan Goldman; Maciej Lewenstein; Klaus Sengstock

2012-01-01

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Nanotechnology at Maryland Nanotechnologies technologies using the special  

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Nanotechnology at Maryland Nanotechnologies ­ technologies using the special properties the possibilities of nanotechnology. The center, led by founding Director Gary Rubloff, is an interdisciplinary-of-the-art facilities, guides nanotechnology ducation initiatives, and promotes technology transfer from the university

Hill, Wendell T.

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Editor's introduction: Special issue in memory of Donald H. Berman  

Microsoft Academic Search

In this special issue, we remember our late colleague and friend Donald H. Berman, and celebrate his many contributions to the field of artificial intelligence and law. Don was a Professor of Law and co-director of the Center for Law and Computer Science at Northeastern University, Boston, MA. He was a creative researcher who broke new ground in analyzing the

Carole D. Hafner; Edwina L. Rissland

2002-01-01

348

University of Glasgow Archive Services & Special Collections Volunteer Policy  

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be eligible to apply for internal only job vacancies. 2. Recruitment and selection Recruitment policies and procedures will be thoroughly considered in making every such recruitment and selection, priority will always be given to them in devising volunteer opportunities. The Recruitment opportunities

Glasgow, University of

349

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCARBOROUGH CAMPUS POLICE SPECIAL CONSTABLE SERVICE  

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Occurrence Type: Medical Location: Residences,1295 Military Trail Date: 20140411 Details: A person reported a medical. The person was taken to Health and Wellness. Occurrence Type: Alarms Location: Arts. Occurrence Type: Medical Location: Instructional Centre, 1095 Military Trail Date: 20140411 Details

Boonstra, Rudy

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCARBOROUGH CAMPUS POLICE SPECIAL CONSTABLE SERVICE  

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was in order. Occurrence Type: Medical Location: Science Wing, 1265 Military Trail Date: 20140603 Details: A person requested medical assistance. All was in order. Occurrence Type: Drugs Location: Foley Hall, 1265 Military Trail Date: 20140603 Details: A person reported the smell of marijuana. All

Boonstra, Rudy

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCARBOROUGH CAMPUS POLICE SPECIAL CONSTABLE SERVICE  

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Trail Date: 20140725 Details: A person reported graffiti to the building. Occurrence Type: Medical Location: Science Wing, 1265 Military Trail Date: 20140725 Details: A person required medical attention. Emergency Medical Services was notified and attended. Occurrence Type: Parking Complaint Location: Outer

Boonstra, Rudy

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCARBOROUGH CAMPUS POLICE SPECIAL CONSTABLE SERVICE  

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Details: A person reported a parking issue. All was in order. Occurrence Type: Medical Location: Outer Lots, 1049 Military Trail Date: 20140827 Details: A person reported a medical emergency. The person was referred to hospital. Occurrence Type: Medical Location: Outer Lots, 1049 Military Trail Date: 20140827

Boonstra, Rudy

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Energy Management Degree Specialization at Texas A&M University  

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help prepare the student to deal with his super visors, as well as to supervise other engineers or techniCians himself. It is sometime suggested that an MBA degree would be just as appropriate as an ME degree. However. the engineer-MBA is often 332... help prepare the student to deal with his super visors, as well as to supervise other engineers or techniCians himself. It is sometime suggested that an MBA degree would be just as appropriate as an ME degree. However. the engineer-MBA is often 332...

Murphy, W. E.; O'Neal, D. L.; Heffington, W. M.; Turner, W. D.; Somasundaram, S.; Holmes, R. E.

354

Special Issue on University Nonproliferation Education and Training Introduction  

Microsoft Academic Search

Nonproliferation, like many aspects of security, has not played out as many expected following the end of the cold war. The peace dividend has been elusive in many countries. The notion that the world would become a safer and more secure place as nuclear weapons stockpiles were reduced has been trumped by the rise in international terrorism. Hopes that nuclear

Leek

2006-01-01

355

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING SPECIAL SESSION  

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of Trustees John Nixon Chief Business Officer David W. Pershing President (by phone) Karen West Executive at 525 East 100 South, - Salt Lake City, UT. Chief Business Officer John Nixon introduced proposed item 2 on the pro forma financial analysis for this project, the loan will be repaid over a 15 year period from

Tipple, Brett

356

THE UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX Admissions: Special Needs Procedures: CCE  

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a note of students who state they have a disability. In the case of students who declare dyslexia, the standard letter from the Learning Support Co-ordinator is sent to them. For all other applications, the form is passed to the Convenor of the appropriate programme, without the disability information

Sussex, University of

357

Introduction to Special Edition on University Nonproliferation Education and Training  

E-print Network

feature of the post-cold war era that has taken people by surprise is the absence of a corresponding peace Nonproliferation, like many aspects of security, has not played out as many expected following the end of the cold war. There was a time when it was not all that unusual to think that the world would actually become

358

CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION SPECIAL DISTRICTS HOSPITALS & PUBLIC CARE COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES  

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to help you be- come more energy wise, such as identi- fying cost-effective energy projects to meet your that implementing cost-effective energy efficiency projects reduces annual utility bills by an average of 20 percent Whether you are building a new facility, renovating an existing one, or want to reduce your energy bills

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCARBOROUGH CAMPUS POLICE SPECIAL CONSTABLE SERVICE  

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: A person reported fraudulent credit card transactions. #12; Occurrence Type: Theft Location: Science Wing, 1265 Military Trail Date: 20140322 Details: A person was arrested for theft. Occurrence Type: Emergency Phones Location: Outer Parking Lots, 3290 Ellesmere Date

Boonstra, Rudy

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SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT  

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SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT 2011 ANNUAL REPORT #12;1 San Diego State University Police Department Police Services Parking Services Access Control Key Issue Transportation Services Special Event Planning Community Service Officers Community Policing LiveScan Services Emergency

Ponce, V. Miguel

361

The Historic Heartland of Rutgers University  

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CAMPUS GEORGEST EASTON AVE LDEN ST HARDE CONDICT ST L AVE ALLST STONE STBARTLETT ST ELL ST PROSPERST intact higher education build- ing and one of the oldest in the nation. Begun in 1809, the insti of Special Collections and University Archives of the Rutgers University Libraries and may not be reproduced

Hanson, Stephen José

362

University Students' Priorities: Life Goals vs. Relationships.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A specially designed Life Goals Scale was administered to 303 university students (200 women and 103 men) to assess the relative importance of life goals and relationships. Results indicate that university students place a high value on heterosexual relationships and are willing to sacrifice most other goals for the relationships. (AF)

Hammersla, Joy Fisher; Frease-McMahan, Lynne

1990-01-01

363

Life in the Universe Summary & Speculation...  

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Life in the Universe Summary & Speculation... #12;The Anthropic Principle Brandon Carter presented intelligent observers exist. This is much more audacious because it implies a special role for life thing in common ­ they have precisely the values that would create a universe capable of sustaining life

Shirley, Yancy

364

In/Difference in the Neoliberalised University  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this article the authors take up the invitation to respond to the previous articles in the special issue. They discuss why it is so difficult to speak and write about gender and sexuality, and difference more generally, in the neoliberalised university. They make the case that the neoliberal university engages and uses categorical difference,…

Petersen, Eva Bendix; Davies, Bronwyn

2010-01-01

365

Science Sampler: Special lessons from special needs students  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Something amazing happens when you change your teaching methods to accommodate learners at all ability levels: It can improve your overall success as a teacher. In this article, the author shares five lessons that she has learned from students with special needs in her classroom. If you're willing to learn from the special students in your room, it will help you to become the special teacher that all of your students will remember.

Costello, Kathy

2006-12-01

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UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TAB 7.1 NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY Page 1  

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Owens, Chandler Thompson, Susan Ward CALL TO ORDER Norris Tolson Chair of Committee ROLL CALL READING Special Consideration 7.2B Presenter: Dr. Louis D. Hunt, University Registrar and Vice Provost, Enrollment

Langerhans, Brian

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Special and general superatoms.  

PubMed

Conspectus Bridging the gap between atoms and macroscopic matter, clusters continue to be a subject of increasing research interest. Among the realm of cluster investigations, an exciting development is the realization that chosen stable clusters can mimic the chemical behavior of an atom or a group of the periodic table of elements. This major finding known as a superatom concept was originated experimentally from the study of aluminum cluster reactivity conducted in 1989 by noting a dramatic size dependence of the reactivity where cluster anions containing a certain number of Al atoms were unreactive toward oxygen while the other species were etched away. This observation was well interpreted by shell closings on the basis of the jellium model, and the related concept (originally termed "unified atom") spawned a wide range of pioneering studies in the 1990s pertaining to the understanding of factors governing the properties of clusters. Under the inspiration of a superatom concept, advances in cluster science in finding stable species not only shed light on magic clusters (i.e., superatomic noble gas) but also enlightened the exploration of stable clusters to mimic the chemical behavior of atoms leading to the discovery of superhalogens, alkaline-earth metals, superalkalis, etc. Among them, certain clusters could enable isovalent isomorphism of precious metals, indicating application potential for inexpensive superatoms for industrial catalysis, while a few superalkalis were found to validate the interesting "harpoon mechanism" involved in the superatomic cluster reactivity; recently also found were the magnetic superatoms of which the cluster-assembled materials could be used in spin electronics. Up to now, extensive studies in cluster science have allowed the stability of superatomic clusters to be understood within a few models, including the jellium model, also aromaticity and Wade-Mingos rules depending on the geometry and metallicity of the cluster. However, the scope of application of the jellium model and modification of the theory to account for nonspherical symmetry and nonmetal-doped metal clusters are still illusive to be further developed. It is still worth mentioning that a superatom concept has also been introduced in ligand-stabilized metal clusters which could also follow the major shell-closing electron count for a spherical, square-well potential. By proposing a new concept named as special and general superatoms, herein we try to summarize all these investigations in series, expecting to provide an overview of this field with a primary focus on the joint undertakings which have given rise to the superatom concept. To be specific, for special superatoms, we limit to clusters under a strict jellium model and simply classify them into groups based on their valence electron counts. While for general superatoms we emphasize on nonmetal-doped metal clusters and ligand-stabilized metal clusters, as well as a few isovalent cluster systems. Hopefully this summary of special and general superatoms benefits the further development of cluster-related theory, and lights up the prospect of using them as building blocks of new materials with tailored properties, such as inexpensive isovalent systems for industrial catalysis, semiconductive superatoms for transistors, and magnetic superatoms for spin electronics. PMID:25252219

Luo, Zhixun; Castleman, A Welford

2014-10-21

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PROGRESS REPORT Universities have a special role and a special responsibility  

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gardens 7 podcasts from the HMS Countway Garden lbs of food grown at the HDS garden 200 lbs donated to local food pantry 100 32%More than of HUDS food budget dedicated to locally grown or organic food, that influence comfort, health, and sleep in buildings. LIVING LAB OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE 53%of total

Liu, X. Shirley

369

A Touch of the Universe: Give the Universe to a Blind Kid  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In developing countries there are very few and sparse astronomical resources for people with visual impairments. Often the teachers with special need students lack teaching materials specially adapted to their needs. To address these needs, a collaborative project, "A Touch of the Universe" was implemented with an aim to create a resources kit with tactile astronomy materials.

Heenatigala, T.; Ortiz-Gil, A.; Canas, L.

2013-09-01

370

Astronomy Outreach Activities for Special Needs Children and Their Families  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

While there are outreach programs for the public and for children, there are few programs for special needs children. Here I describe two NASA-IDEAS/STScI funded outreach programs I created for special needs children using telescope observations (including remote observations) and hands-on astronomy activities. The target audience is seriously ill children and their families who are staying at the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island in conjunction the children's medical treatments or children hospitalized at the Children's Medical Center at Winthrop University Hospital. These educational activities help children and their families learn about astronomy while providing a diversion to take their minds off their illness during a stressful time. I have also conducted a similar program in camps for special needs children. These programs should be expanded so that special needs children and their families are part of the IYA2009 activities.

Lubowich, D.

2008-11-01

371

Astronomy Outreach Activities for Special Needs Children and Their Families  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

While there are outreach programs for the public and for children, there are few programs for special needs children. Here I describe two NASA-IDEAS/STSc funded outreach programs I created for special needs children using telescope observations (including remote and robotic observations) and hands-on astronomy activities. The target audience is seriously ill children and their families who are staying at the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island in conjunction the children's surgery and medical treatments or children hospitalized at the Hagedorn Pediatric Inpatient Center at Winthrop University Hospital. These educational activities help children and their families learn about astronomy while providing a diversion to take their minds off their illness during a stressful time. I have also conducted a similar program in camps for special needs children. These programs should be expanded so that special needs children and their families part of the IYA 2009 activities.

Lubowich, Donald A.

2008-05-01

372

29 CFR 825.600 - Special rules for school employees, definitions.  

...boards and elementary and secondary schools under their jurisdiction, and private elementary and secondary schools. The special rules do not apply...such as colleges and universities, trade schools, and preschools....

2014-07-01

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Timed Probabilistic Reasoning on UML Specialization for Fault Tolerant Component Based Architectures  

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strategies systematically, and · a probabilistic semantics to facilitate fault-tolerance analysisTimed Probabilistic Reasoning on UML Specialization for Fault Tolerant Component Based University, Australia ABSTRACT Architecture-based reasoning about reliability and fault tolerance is gaining

Leavens, Gary T.

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Project Name Client Start Date Completion Date Area of Specialization Training & Consulting  

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Inc. 10/1/2010 12/31/2011 Higher Education Costa Rica Project Name Client Start Date Completion Date of Specialization MUDUN University Association for Charity & Culture 7/1/2010 12/31/2011 Higher Educaion Journalism

Shihadeh, Alan

375

Graveyards - special landfills.  

PubMed

Graveyards have been a matter of controversial debate for many years in terms of the risk they pose to the environment. However, literature data are inconclusive and there are no systematic studies available from modern graveyards with special reference to soil found in the vicinity of the coffin. To our knowledge, the present study is the first to systematically investigate a comprehensive exhumation series (involving 40 graves) in order to determine burial-related changes in matter and element content. Human burials lead to the accumulation of certain elements, with higher than normal levels of N, C, Zn, Ba, Ca and Na being observed in soils below coffins. Decomposition material inside coffins has much higher levels of heavy metals and alkaline elements than the surrounding soil. However, the major problem observed was the large quantity of synthetic bedding material which is more likely to lead to the formation of adipocere under the moist conditions given. Adipocere formation, which is the result of the anaerobic bacterial hydrolysis of fat, is known to interrupt the natural decomposition process and delay the post-mortem release of elements. We assume that once the inhumed matter has completely decomposed, much higher than normal levels of pollutants will be released into and have an ecological effect on the soil and water environment. PMID:22285086

Fiedler, S; Breuer, J; Pusch, C M; Holley, S; Wahl, J; Ingwersen, J; Graw, M

2012-03-01

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SPECIAL PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS 2004 2011 2004-2005 Special Projects  

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SPECIAL PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS 2004 ­ 2011 2004-2005 Special Projects Castille: Multi-State Master viable through the adoption of research-based conservation practices. The Master Farmer Program consists of environmental and BMP education, including an eight-hour session of classroom lectures. Phase

377

National Special Security Events: Transportation Planning for Planned Special Events  

Microsoft Academic Search

Unique among planned special event activities are those events that carry the National Special Security Event (NSSE) designation. NSSEs occur with some frequency, with 35 of these events held between September 1998 and February 2010. These events include, but are not limited to, presidential inaugurations, presidential nominating conventions, major sports events such as the Super Bowl, and major international meetings

Nancy Houston; Craig Baldwin; Andrea Vann Easton; Jeff Sangillo

2011-01-01

378

University of Maine at Farmington University of Southern Maine  

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Portland State University Western Oregon University Central Washington University University of Washington University of Oregon Humboldt State University Southern Oregon University Eastern Oregon University

New Hampshire, University of

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Special set linear algebra and special set fuzzy linear algebra  

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The authors in this book introduce the notion of special set linear algebra and special set fuzzy Linear algebra, which is an extension of the notion set linear algebra and set fuzzy linear algebra. These concepts are best suited in the application of multi expert models and cryptology. This book has five chapters. In chapter one the basic concepts about set linear algebra is given in order to make this book a self contained one. The notion of special set linear algebra and their fuzzy analogue is introduced in chapter two. In chapter three the notion of special set semigroup linear algebra is introduced. The concept of special set n-vector spaces, n greater than or equal to three is defined and their fuzzy analogue is their fuzzy analogue is given in chapter four. The probable applications are also mentioned. The final chapter suggests 66 problems.

W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy; Florentin Smarandache; K. Ilanthenral

2009-12-30

380

Superluminal Neutrinos from Special Relativity with de Sitter Space-time Symmetry  

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We explore the recent OPERA experiment of superluminal neutrinos in the framework of Special Relativity with de Sitter space-time symmetry (dS-SR). According to Einstein a photon is treated as a massless particle in the framework of Special Relativity. In Special Relativity (SR) we have the universal parameter $c$, the photon velocity $c_{photon}$ and the phase velocity of a light wave in vacuum $c_{wave}=\\lambda\

Mu-Lin Yan; Neng-Chao Xiao; Wei Huang; Sen Hu

2011-11-09

381

SNF: A Special Normal Form for ESOPs Bernd Steinbach Alan Mishchenko  

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SNF: A Special Normal Form for ESOPs Bernd Steinbach Alan Mishchenko Freiberg University of Mining specified Boolean functions. We study the properties of the SNF and show its special place among canonical Reed-Muller representations. We propose to use the SNF in a number of applications related to the exact

Mishchenko, Alan

382

Special School Headship in Times of Change: Impossible Challenges or Golden Opportunities?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article is based on empirical research undertaken by John Baker, headteacher of the largest day special school for pupils with a range of learning difficulties in Essex, as part of his EdD studies at the Institute of Education, University of London. Its focus is on the perceived challenges and opportunities which headteachers of special…

Baker, John

2009-01-01

383

Classroom Interaction in Regular and Special Education Middle Primary Classrooms in the United Arab Emirates  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Samir Dukmak is an assistant professor in the Department of Special Education in the Faculty of Education at the United Arab Emirates University. The research reported in this article investigated the frequency, types of and reasons for student-initiated interactions in both regular and special education classrooms in the United Arab Emirates…

Dukmak, Samir

2010-01-01

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Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 217, 215220 (2013) EDP Sciences, Springer-Verlag 2013  

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.1140/epjst/e2013-01771-9 THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL SPECIAL TOPICS Regular Article Suppression, j , (3) #12;216 The European Physical Journal Special Topics Fig. 1. (a) Phase space structure Department of Physics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva 84105, Israel Received 9 September 2012

Vardi, Amichay

385

Pre-Teacher Special Education College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Advising Center  

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1 Pre-Teacher Special Education College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Advising Center 387 Cramer and Elementary Education. Complete the following pre-requisite courses: ART 312 (4 credits) - Art Hall, (503) 725-3822 PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY 1/2011 The Special Education Program (SPED

386

Application for Special Use Parking Permit Parking and Transportation Services EMPLOYEES ONLY  

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of a personal vehicle to conduct University business and the specific parking areas the employee or departmentApplication for Special Use Parking Permit Parking and Transportation Services EMPLOYEES ONLY (657 or their designees will review and confirm special use parking permits annually or more frequently if necessary

de Lijser, Peter

387

Breadth vs. Depth: The Timing of Specialization in Higher Education. NBER Working Paper No. 15943  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper examines the tradeoff between early and late specialization in the context of higher education. While some educational systems require students to specialize early by choosing a major field of study prior to entering university, others allow students to postpone this choice. I develop a model in which individuals, by taking courses in…

Malamud, Ofer

2010-01-01

388

Behavioral Disorders: Practice Concerns and Students with EBD. Advances in Special Education. Volume 23  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Volumes 22 and 23 of the "Advances in Special Education" address the current top perspectives and issues in the field of emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD) by providing chapters written by active researchers and scholarly university professors who specialize in this area. Volume 22 first delineates legal issues, themes, and dimensions…

Bakken, Jeffrey P., Ed.; Obiakor, Festus E., Ed.; Rotatori, Anthony F., Ed.

2012-01-01

389

Increasing the Number of Ethnically Diverse Faculty in Special Education Programs: Issues and Initiatives  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Many universities are grappling with the issue of diversifying the faculty lines in higher education. While this appears to be a global issue across disciplines, those of us who are in special education may find it to be of greater concern because special education legislation, the Individuals with disabilities Act (IDEA) strongly supports…

Dooley, Elizabeth A.

2003-01-01

390

University of Michigan Collections  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The University of Michigan has been developing online digital collections for well over a decade, and their image collections cover everything from architecture to zoology. On this site, visitors can browse through the various collections at their leisure. They are arranged alphabetically, and first-time users would do well just to look over the "Art/Art History" section. Here they will find art images that can be used in the college classroom, tremendous holdings from their textiles collections, and a special section dedicated to Egyptian amulets. Also included here are collections from the University of Michigan's Herbarium Fungus Image Database and field notes. Not every site can say they have "something for everyone", but just about anyone with an interest in the visual arts, science, or the humanities in general will find something to pique their interest.

391

Special Events: Planning for Success.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Designed as an aid to professional advancement officers, this guide to planning and implementing special events consists of the following chapters: (1) "So You're Thinking of Holding a Special Event..." (the conceptual framework for planning, budgeting and implementation); (2) "Spreading the Word: Invitations and Publicity" (invitations, tickets,…

Harris, April L.

392

Teaching Special Relativity without Calculus  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In 2007 many AAPT members received a booklet that is the first chapter of a physics textbook available on a CD. This book espouses the new educational philosophy of teaching special relativity as the first item in the topic of mechanics. Traditionally, special relativity is part of one or more modern physics chapters at the end of the text, and…

Ruby, Lawrence

2009-01-01

393

David W. Pershing SPECIAL ASSISTANT  

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PRESIDENT David W. Pershing SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT & FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE & DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Chris Hill SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR OF UNP Rosemarie Hunter VICE Services Campus IT Planning and Policy Center for High Performance Computing Computer Networks Electronic

van den Berg, Jur

394

Special Relativity and Diagonal Transformations  

Microsoft Academic Search

We discuss the form of the special Lorentz transformation, and the corresponding transformation of the electromagnetic field, in which the transformation matrix is diagonal. We derive the diagonal form of the special Lorentz transformation directly, in a simple way, and show that it is sometimes more convenient to apply than the algebraically equivalent conventional form of the transformation. The convenience

Leonard Parker; Glenn M. Schmieg

1970-01-01

395

Technology Trends in Special Education.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes the dramatic growth in the use of microprocessor-based systems and the effects of this new technology, including microcomputers, telecommunications systems, and communications aids, on special education. Factors contributing to widespread use include requirements for individualized educational programs, increased support for special…

Blaschke, Charles L.

1985-01-01

396

Some Special Fourier Transform Pairs  

E-print Network

Some Special Fourier Transform Pairs 24.3 Introduction ' & $ % Prerequisites Before starting period. For a non-periodic real signal f(t) with Fourier Transform F() the corresponding result is - f2): Workbook Level 2 24.3: Some Special Fourier Transform Pairs 2 #12;Wehave F()=F{e-t u(t)}= 1 1+i , so |F()|2

Vickers, James

397

Sounds & Music Is language special?  

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Sounds & Music #12;Is language special? · "Language is a complex, specialized skill, which develops abilities to process information or behave intelligently." (Pinker, 1995: 18) #12;What about music? LANGUAGE cognitive abilities MUSIC · Complex skill · Exists in all human cultures · Develops in child spontaneously

Coulson, Seana

398

Stennis hosts 2010 Special Olympics  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Sarah Johnson, 28, of Gulfport, carries in the Olympic torch to signal the start of the 2010 Area III Special Olympic games at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center on March 27. Stennis volunteers hosted special needs athletes from across the area for the event. Stennis is an annual host of the games.

2010-01-01

399

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE, RISK, AND SPECIALIZATION  

Microsoft Academic Search

A sample of Kansas farms was used to examine the impact of risk and specialization on mean financial performance. Mean financial performance was hypothesized to be influenced by risk, age of the operator, percentage of acres owned, financial efficiency, leverage, specialization, and farm size. Risk, age of operator, financial efficiency, and farm size had the largest impacts on mean financial

Barry M. Purdy; Michael R. Langemeier; Allen M. Featherstone

1997-01-01

400

Are Special Education Students Happy?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This study compared the subjective and school-related happiness of 75 11- to 16-year-old special education students to 77 age- and gender-matched mainstream students using two quantitative measures. Additionally, the respondents chose from a list of 12 putative happy makers what they felt increased their happiness. Ten special education students…

Uusitalo-Malmivaara, Lotta; Kankaanpaa, Paula; Makinen, Tuula; Raeluoto, Tiina; Rauttu, Karoliina; Tarhala, Veera; Lehto, Juhani E.

2012-01-01

401

Special Education Administration Training Program.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Presented are course materials from a competency based education program in special education administration. It is explained that the Special Education Administration Training Program (SEATP) is designed for continuing education of administrators. Materials are divided into three self contained curriculum areas: fiscal management, personnel…

Watherman, Richard F.; Hollingsworth, Sue Ann

402

Music Software for Special Needs.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses the use of computer software for students with special needs in the music classroom. Focuses on software programs that are appropriate for children with special needs such as: "Musicshop,""Band-in-a-Box,""Rock Rap'n Roll,""Music Mania,""Music Ace" and "Music Ace 2," and "Children's Songbook." (CMK)

McCord, Kimberly

2001-01-01

403

SPECIAL FEATURE Why Omnivory?1  

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remains a critical question that is ripe for diverse hypotheses. Ironically, although arthropods is focused on omnivorous arthropods. As such, this Special Feature focuses mostly on the causes of omnivory in arthropods and touches on the consequences across taxa. The authors of this Special Feature each take

Agrawal, Anurag

404

Special issue of photosynthetic research.  

PubMed

This Special Issue of Photosynthesis Research honors Louis M. N. Duysens, Roderick K. Clayton, and George Feher, three pioneering researchers whose work on bacterial photosynthesis laid much of the groundwork for our understanding of the role of the reaction center in photosynthetic light energy conversion. Their key discoveries are briefly summarized and an overview of the special issue is presented. PMID:24287763

Okamura, Melvin; Wraight, Colin A; van Grondelle, Rienk

2014-05-01

405

Postgraduation for Special Needs Students  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Special education occupies a large part of the mission--and budget--of many school districts. With learning disabilities such as ADHD and dyslexia each estimated to affect more than 10 percent of the school-age population, special education teachers have their hands full helping those students navigate increasingly rigorous, state-mandated…

Schachter, Ron

2012-01-01

406

Physicians Who Specialize in Tremor  

MedlinePLUS

... Richardson Adult Neurology University of New Mexico Clinical Neuroscience Center 900 Camino de Salud NE Albuquerque, NM - ... Deligtisch Adult Neurology University of New Mexico Clinical Neuroscience Center 900 Camino de Salud NE Albuquerque, NM - ...

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The Evolution and Development of the Universe  

E-print Network

This document is the Special Issue of the First International Conference on the Evolution and Development of the Universe (EDU 2008). Please refer to the preface and introduction for more details on the contributions. Keywords: acceleration, artificial cosmogenesis, artificial life, Big Bang, Big History, biological evolution, biological universe, biology, causality, classical vacuum energy, complex systems, complexity, computational universe, conscious evolution, cosmological artificial selection, cosmological natural selection, cosmology, critique, cultural evolution, dark energy, dark matter, development of the universe, development, emergence, evolution of the universe evolution, exobiology, extinction, fine-tuning, fractal space-time, fractal, information, initial conditions, intentional evolution, linear expansion of the universe, log-periodic laws, macroevolution, materialism, meduso-anthropic principle, multiple worlds, natural sciences, Nature, ontology, order, origin of the universe, particle hierarchy, philosophy, physical constants, quantum darwinism, reduction, role of intelligent life, scale relativity, scientific evolution, self-organization, speciation, specification hierarchy, thermodynamics, time, universe, vagueness.

Clement Vidal; Charles Auffray; Alex H. Blin; Jean Chaline; Louis Crane; Thomas Durt; Borje Ekstig; Horace Fairlamb; Jan Greben; Rob Hengeveld; Francis Heylighen; Gerard Jagers op Akkerhuis; Giuseppe Longo; Nicolas F. Lori; Denis Noble; Laurent Nottale; Franc Rottiers; Stanley Salthe; John Stewart; Ruediger Vaas; Gertrudis Van de Vijver; Nico M. van Straalen

2009-12-30

408

The UNIVERSITY of WESTERN ONTARIO BOARD OF GOVERNORS  

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the University's image and reputation as both an international academic leader and a good corporate citizenThe UNIVERSITY of WESTERN ONTARIO BOARD OF GOVERNORS VICE-PRESIDENT (EXTERNAL) Ref: Special Resolution No. 14 Enacted: 26SEP91 Office 1.00 There shall be a Vice-President (External) of the University

Lennard, William N.

409

The UNIVERSITY of WESTERN ONTARIO BOARD OF GOVERNORS  

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in matters concerning community relations (internal and external) and the University's reputation, includingThe UNIVERSITY of WESTERN ONTARIO BOARD OF GOVERNORS SENIOR OPERATIONS COMMITTEE Ref: Special and superannuation of the following employees of the University: President & Vice-Chancellor Vice

Lennard, William N.

410

The University of British Columbia Board of Governors  

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is also responsible for issuing charitable tax receipts for all charitable gifts received established by the University. 1.3. The University may elect to accept or decline a gift. The University generally accepts charitable gifts in the form of cash or cheque, gifts-in-kind, or special deferred gifts

Pulfrey, David L.

411

Graduate HCI Programs at The University of British Columbia  

E-print Network

1 Graduate HCI Programs at The University of British Columbia K. S. Booth, S.S. Fels, and B.D. Fisher Media and Graphics Interdisciplinary Centre University of British Columbia ksbooth) at The University of British Columbia (UBC) recently introduced a masters level Specialization in the field of Human

British Columbia, University of

412

Intertwining of Academia and Officialdom and University Autonomy: Experience from Tsinghua University in China  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article is a case study of Tsinghua University, one of China's most influential universities, which has special national significance and strong political ties to the state. Recalling three chapters in the past century of Tsinghua's history, this paper gives an interpretive understanding of how the intertwined relationship between academia…

Pan, Su-Yan

2007-01-01

413

The University of Chicago Centennial Catalogues  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

During the years 1991 and 1992, the University of Chicago celebrated its centennial with special gatherings, symposia, alumni celebrations, and various publications. One particularly intriguing set of publications was these four catalogues created to celebrate various aspects of the institution's first hundred years. The University of Chicago Special Collections Research Center digitized the catalogues, and they are available online here. The titles include "The University and the City," "Life on the Quads," and "The University of Chicago Faculty." First-time visitors might do well to start with "The University and the City" catalogue. Here they can learn about the school's work with social welfare reform, urban politics, and a commitment to the city of Chicago. The "Life on the Quads" catalogue is another delight, and it features students acting in the celebrated Blackfriars productions and images of students gathering in the C-Shop on campus.

2012-05-25

414

Universal Expansion.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes a week-long activity for general to honors-level students that addresses Hubble's law and the universal expansion theory. Uses a discrepant event-type activity to lead up to the abstract principles of the universal expansion theory. (JRH)

McArdle, Heather K.

1997-01-01

415

University Architecture.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This book explores how universities relate their built environment to academic discourse, asserting that the character of universities is often a charming dialogue between order and disarray. It contains numerous photographs and building plans for example campuses throughout the world. In part 1, "The Campus," chapters are: (1) "Academic Mission…

Edwards, Brian

416

University Futures  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Recent radical changes to university education in England have been discussed largely in terms of the arrangements for transferring funding from the state to the student as consumer, with little discussion of what universities are for. It is important, while challenging the economic rationale for the new system, to resist talking about higher…

Smith, Richard

2012-01-01

417

Overseas Universities.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The following articles and reports are presented in this publication of "Overseas Universities:""Appropriate Technology and University Education," by John Twidell; "The Training of Engineering Staff for Higher Education Institutions in Developing Countries," by D. W. Daniel, C. A. Leal, J. H. Maynes and T. Wilmore; "A Case Study of an Academic…

Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas, London (England).

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Are Pupils in Special Education Too "Special" for Regular Education?  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In the Netherlands special needs pupils are often referred to separate schools for the Educable Mentally Retarded (EMR) or the Learning Disabled (LD). There is an ongoing debate on how to reduce the growing numbers of special education placements. One of the main issues in this debate concerns the size of the difference in cognitive abilities between pupils in regular education and those eligible for LD or EMR education. In this study meta-analysis techniques were used to synthesize the findings from 31 studies on differences between pupils in regular primary education and those in special education in the Netherlands. Studies were grouped into three categories according to the type of measurements used: achievement, general intelligence and neuropsychological tests. It was found that pupils in regular education and those in special education differ in achievement and general intelligence. Pupils in schools for the educable mentally retarded in particular perform at a much lower level than is common in regular Dutch primary education.

Pijl, Ysbrand J.; Pijl, Sip J.

1998-01-01

419

Our Universe  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Universe in which we live is unimaginably vast and ancient, with countless star systems, galaxies, and extraordinary phenomena such as black holes, dark matter, and gamma ray bursts. What phenomena remain mysteries, even to seasoned scientists? Our Universe is a fascinating collection of essays by some of the world's foremost astrophysicists. Some are theorists, some computational modelers, some observers, but all offer their insights into the most cutting-edge, difficult, and curious aspects of astrophysics. Compiled, the essays describe more than the latest techniques and findings. Each of the ten contributors offers a more personal perspective on their work, revealing what motivates them and how their careers and lives have been shaped by their desire to understand our universe. S. Alan Stern is Director of the Department of Space Studies at Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado. He is a planetary scientist and astrophysicist with both observational and theoretical interests. Stern is an avid pilot and a principal investigator in NASA's planetary research program, and he was selected to be a NASA space shuttle mission specialist finalist. He is the author of more than 100 papers and popular articles. His most recent book is Pluto & Charon (Wiley, 1997). Contributors: Dr. John Huchra, Harvard University Dr. Esther Hu, University of Hawaii, Honolulu Dr. John Mather, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Dr. Nick Gnedin, University of Colorado, Boulder Dr. Doug Richstone, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Dr. Bohdan Paczynski, Princeton University, NJ Dr. Megan Donahue, Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, MD Dr. Jerry Ostriker, Princeton University, New Jersey G. Bothun, University of Oregon, Eugene

Stern, Alan

2001-03-01

420

Oscillating Universes  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Some properties of cyclic closed universes are investigated under the assumption that the total entropy of the universe increases from cycle to cycle. Exact solutions are given for the increase in maximum size of a cyclic universe filled with matter and radiation. Asymptotically, a cyclic closed universe approaches `flatness'. If a positive cosmological constant exists then these oscillations will eventually cease and be replaced by an era of expansion which will continue unless the cosmological constant is associated with a form of vacuum energy that ultimately decays away. If that occurs, then universal oscillations will be resumed. Oscillations will also be ended by the indefinite presence of any non-zero stress that violates the strong energy condition. A stable stress of this sort will always dictate the ultimate evolution of a cyclic closed universe. We also consider what occurs when the Hawking entropy associated with the cosmological constant is included in the entropy budget, and describe situations in which the sequence of universal oscillations can decrease in amplitude. Eventually, they will become too small for the cosmological constant to affect the dynamics, and then small oscillations will approach this marginally stable state. We examine some particular closed anisotropic universes, and investigate how the evolution of the anisotropy is affected by the universal oscillations. In the most general known homogeneous closed universes it appears that the asymptotic behaviour is for the cycles to increase in size, as entropy increases, for any dust-dominated era to occupy an increasingly longer period of the total evolution, and hence for the anisotropy to decrease in influence at late times with increasing cycle number when the cosmological constant and other stresses violating the strong energy condition are absent.

Barrow, J. D.; Dabrowski, M. P.

1995-08-01

421

POSITION AVAILABLE Post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of Oklahoma  

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research center at OU specializing in radar systems for both meteorological and defense- related will begin immediately. The University of Oklahoma offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits

Droegemeier, Kelvin K.

422

The Federal Role in the Preparation of Special Education Doctorates. SEFNA Brief. Revised  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) is the primary source of federal support for preparing researchers and teacher educators whose focus is students with disabilities. The OSEP Leadership Training Grant Program awards projects to more universities than any other federal agency, but to do so it provides smaller awards to universities…

Smith, Deborah Deutsch

2009-01-01

423

Specialized Workshops on the Agricultural Science and Technology Curriculum for Secondary Agricultural Science Teachers. Final Report.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This brief report describes six 2- to 3-day specialized workshops conducted at Texas Tech University and Stephen F. Austin University campuses for 121 secondary agriscience teachers. The workshops provided teachers with instruction and materials to assist them in teaching the new 100, 200, and 300 level semester courses. Topics were as follows:…

Texas Tech Univ., Lubbock.

424

Special Offer for Indonesian Government DIKTI PhD Scholarship Awardees  

E-print Network

Special Offer for Indonesian Government DIKTI PhD Scholarship Awardees Charles Darwin University.g. home university, home government or other scholarship agency) to cover a living allowance for this extended period of study. There is NO application fee for CDU. How to apply: APPLY ONLINE for a PhD degree

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Introduction to the Special Section on Knowledge Management in Postmodern Society  

Microsoft Academic Search

This introductory essay contextualizes and meditates on the three articles—Bhattacharya, Day, and Waller—presented in this special section on “Knowledge Management in Postmodern Society.” In the process it reflects on following points: (1) the capacity the university had in the past to incorporate the irregular and its loss in the contemporary university, (2) the devaluation of humanities and social sciences because

Leopoldina Fortunati; Svend Erik Larsen; Julia Stamm

2012-01-01

426

UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY COURT  

E-print Network

Executive, in preparing the necessary Statutory Instrument (for approval through the Scottish Parliament to funded places. The University had expressed support for option A put forward by SHEFC. Financial Reports of the University's financial software package, had gone into receivership on 17 October 2001 and had since been

Levi, Ran

427

244 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE University College  

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Fitzgerald GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM University College serves all undergraduate students at UNC Charlotte, University College houses all undergraduate students who are exploring their options before choosing a major. Their primary intent is to assist new students in making a successful transition to college by providing

Xie,Jiang (Linda)

428

Distance Learning for Special Populations  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Distance education strategies for remotely deployed, highly mobile, or institutionalized populations are reviewed and critiqued. Specifically, asynchronous, offline responses for special military units, Native Americans on remote reservations, prison populations and other geographically, temporally or technologically isolated niche populations are…

Bates, Rodger A.

2012-01-01

429

Special Medical Problems of Athletes.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article addresses the situations in which athletes with special needs and considerations participate in sports. The health problems discussed are diabetes mellitus, exercise-induced asthma, exercise-induced anaphylaxis, and epilepsy. (MT)

Couch, Joan M.

1987-01-01

430

Special Issue on Human Computing  

E-print Network

The seven articles in this special issue focus on human computing. Most focus on two challenging issues in human computing, namely, machine analysis of human behavior in group interactions and context-sensitive modeling.

Nijholt, Anton

431

Areas of Specialization Aerospace Engineering  

E-print Network

Pharmaceutical Engineering Robotics & Autonomous Vehicles Macromolecular Science & Engineering BiomaterialsAreas of Specialization Aerospace Engineering Adaptive Control for Aerospace Applications Engineering Structural Health Monitoring Turbulence & Fluid Mechanics Wind Energy Applied Physics Biomedical

Kamat, Vineet R.

432

"Meta" relativity: Against special relativity?  

E-print Network

We introduce a Lorentz-covariant description of tachyons, free of inconsistencies. Our approach is based on an appropriate extension of the special relativity beyond the light barrier, owing to the freedom of synchronization of distant clocks.

Jakub Rembielinski; Marta Wlodarczyk

2012-06-05

433

Special Collections and Archives Image Database  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The Cline Library Special Collections and Archives Department (SCA) houses over 700,000 photographic images, tens of thousands of which are now available online. The library has digitized dozens of collections, including the Philip Johnston Collection with 265 images documenting life on the Navajo Reservation between 1895 and 1945; the Fronske studio collection, approximately 395 black-and-white photographs documenting over four decades of southwestern people, events, and history; and the Northern Arizona University's Photographic Archives and General Photos collection. The site offers several options for searching and browsing. For users interested only in the online collection, the Finding Guide will be extremely useful in identifying and accessing digitized materials. It is unfortunate that the images seem to be available only in smaller size, but the site provides substantial catalog information for each image and healthy descriptions of the content of and circumstances behind each collection.

434

The Physics After School Special (PASS) Program  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The Physics After School Special program, or PASS program, funded by the Marsh White award, was a collaborative enrichment program between Angelo State University's SPS chapter and the local YMCA. The overall goal of this program was to educate young children in physical concepts, educate through hands on activities, to build a mentor-mentee relationship between the children and our SPS volunteers, and to encourage interest in scientific fields. Originally planned to for second to fifth grade students the program was implemented with kindergarten to fourth grade students. This proved to challenge the curriculum but adjustments were made to become more suitable to the age group. We present the program specifics and share results of this outreach program.

Anderson, James; Dunham, Hardin; Sauncy, Toni

2012-10-01

435

Automatic Program Specialization for Java  

Microsoft Academic Search

The object-oriented style of programming facilitates program adaptation and enhances program genericness, but at the expense of eciency . We demonstrate experimentally that state-of-the-art Java compilers fail to compensate for the use of object-oriented abstractions in the implementation of generic programs, and that program specialization can eliminate a signican t portion of these overheads. We present an automatic program specializer

ULRIK P. SCHULTZ; Charles Consel

2000-01-01

436

TRANSPORTATION CENTER--NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Aviation Symposium: The Future for Aviation  

E-print Network

TRANSPORTATION CENTER--NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Aviation Symposium: The Future for Aviation April The Transportation Center has organized a special Aviation Symposium focusing on important aviation industry topics, Professor of Transportation at Northwestern University and former Director of the Transportation Center

Bustamante, Fabián E.

437

Furman University's  

E-print Network

) Practicum in Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities (3) Prerequisites: EDEX 741, 742 and 745 Special Education For certified teachers, Furman's Master of Arts in Learning Disabilities or Emotional with the nature of a specific disability and the related practica. In addition, candidates learn appropriate

438

ADMINISTRATIVE UNIVERSITY POLICY  

E-print Network

ADMINISTRATIVE UNIVERSITY POLICY FACULTY UNIVERSITY POLICY STUDENT UNIVERSITY POLICY Issue stakeholder list "Log-In" of Proposed University Policy with the University Compliance Committee (UCC) UCC identifies which track (i.e., Administrative, Faculty, or Student) the proposed University Policy

439

Critical state of phantom universe  

E-print Network

The late-time evolution behavior of the autonomous system in the SO(1,1) dark energy model with power-law potential is studied. Big Rip may be a critical point of the autonomous system. This means that such a Big Rip may be considered as the middle state between the expanding and contracting phases of phantom universe. This result is also valid for some special interactions between matter and dark energy.

Yi-Huan Wei

2006-07-16

440

Universal Truths.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Described is a symposium of Nobel laureates held in the summer of 1990 to discuss cosmology. Different views on the structure and evolution of the universe are presented. Evidence for different theories of cosmology is discussed. (CW)

Horgan, John

1990-01-01

441

University Libraries  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The main theme of this year's annual conference of the University, College and Research Section was co-operation. The paper given at this conference by Dr. F.W. Ratcliffe is discussed at some length. (NH)

Roberts, Norman

1971-01-01

442

University , miniconference  

E-print Network

regime: suppressed turbulence, resistive wall at the plasma boundary, ... Technology opportunities of new plasma regimes and developing liquid lithium technology in a separate (parallel) manner. PRINCETONTokamaks with lithium covered walls Leonid E. Zakharov, Princeton University , Princeton Plasma

Zakharov, Leonid E.

443

The university for older adults: On Cuba's universalization of the university  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In this study we focus on a new program in Cuba, university studies for older adults or seniors. Specifically, we look at the Special Municipality of the Isla de la Juventud (Isle of Youth) in the context of the larger policy of "universalization of higher education.? We provide information about Cuban perspectives on adult education, discuss the "workshop? as an important mode of educational work, and present information on both the preparation of those who teach older adults and the training of "facilitators? in the workshop mode. This contribution also presents student evaluations, as well as a critique of the program.

Rangel Long, Clara Lig; Proenza Sanchez, Antonia Zenaida

2007-01-01

444

Undulant Universe  

SciTech Connect

If the equation of state for ''dark energy'' varies periodically, the expansion of the Universe may have undergone alternating eras of acceleration and deceleration. We examine a specific form that survives existing observational tests, does not single out the present state of the Universe as exceptional, and suggests a future much like the matter-dominated past: a smooth expansion without a final inflationary epoch.

Barenboim, Gabriela; /Valencia U.; Mena, Olga; Quigg, Chris; /Fermilab

2004-12-01

445

Plasma universe  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This single-page reading underlines how abundant plasmas are in the universe. The reading, which is the final page in a tutorial about the plasma phase of matter, points out that understanding plasma is central to understanding what happens in the universe. Through space technologies, researchers have been able to study plasmas in areas like those shown in the images that illustrate this reading. One of the images shows plasma loops on the Sun. Copyright 2005 Eisenhower National Clearinghouse

Institute, Space S.

2005-01-01

446

Stanford University  

Cancer.gov

Stanford University has a rapidly expanding program for the molecular imaging of living subjects. Through significant investments by the University in new space, infrastructure, and new faculty recruitments the Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford (MIPS) was established. Dr. Sam Gambhir, Professor of Radiology and Bioengineering was recruited and appointed by the Dean of the Medical School as Director of the MIPS. He works closely with Dr. Christopher Contag, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and of Microbiology and Immunology, Co-Director of the MIPS.

447

Washington University  

Cancer.gov

The Washington University Small Animal Imaging Resource (WUSAIR), one of the five original Small Animal Imaging Resource Program (SAIRP) centers funded in 1999, provides state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure for MRI, PET, CT and optical imaging of mice, rats and other small laboratory animals. Located in the heart of the Washington University Medical Center, WUSAIR combines instrumental and intellectual capabilities found at few other institutions.

448

CRCHD - Maryland Special Populations Cancer Network  

Cancer.gov

CRCHD - Maryland Special Populations Cancer Network  Back to CRCHD Completed Research SPN Publications Maryland Special Populations Cancer Network Maryland Special Populations Cancer Network Principal Investigator: Claudia Baquet (cbaquet@som.umaryland.edu)

449

36 CFR 331.11 - Special events.  

...INDIANA § 331.11 Special events. (a) Special events including, but not limited to, water carnivals, boat regattas, music festivals, dramatic presentations, or other special recreation programs are prohibited unless written permission has...

2014-07-01

450

36 CFR 327.21 - Special events.  

...Special events. (a) Special events including, but not limited to, water carnivals, boat regattas, fishing tournaments, music festivals, dramatic presentations or other special recreation programs are prohibited unless written permission has...

2014-07-01

451

36 CFR 327.21 - Special events.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...Special events. (a) Special events including, but not limited to, water carnivals, boat regattas, fishing tournaments, music festivals, dramatic presentations or other special recreation programs are prohibited unless written permission has...

2010-07-01

452

36 CFR 331.11 - Special events.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...INDIANA § 331.11 Special events. (a) Special events including, but not limited to, water carnivals, boat regattas, music festivals, dramatic presentations, or other special recreation programs are prohibited unless written permission has...

2010-07-01

453

14 CFR 23.459 - Special devices.  

...Structure Ailerons and Special Devices § 23.459 Special devices. The loading for special devices using aerodynamic surfaces (such as slots and spoilers) must be determined from test data. Ground...

2014-01-01

454

14 CFR 23.459 - Special devices.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...Structure Ailerons and Special Devices § 23.459 Special devices. The loading for special devices using aerodynamic surfaces (such as slots and spoilers) must be determined from test data. Ground...

2012-01-01

455

CRCHD - Maryland Special Populations Cancer Network  

Cancer.gov

CRCHD - Maryland Special Populations Cancer Network  Back to CRCHD Completed Research SPN Project Listing Maryland Special Populations Cancer Network Maryland Special Populations Cancer Network Principal Investigator: Claudia Baquet (cbaquet@som.umaryland.edu)

456

12 CFR 797.10 - Special review.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...2011-01-01 false Special review. 797.10...REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE OPERATIONS OF THE NATIONAL CREDIT...Offset § 797.10 Special review. (a...any time, request a special review by the Executive Director of...

2011-01-01

457

12 CFR 797.10 - Special review.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...2010-01-01 false Special review. 797.10...REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE OPERATIONS OF THE NATIONAL CREDIT...Offset § 797.10 Special review. (a...any time, request a special review by the Executive Director of...

2010-01-01

458

12 CFR 797.10 - Special review.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...2013-01-01 false Special review. 797.10...REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE OPERATIONS OF THE NATIONAL CREDIT...Offset § 797.10 Special review. (a...any time, request a special review by the Executive Director of...

2013-01-01

459

12 CFR 797.10 - Special review.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...2012-01-01 false Special review. 797.10...REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE OPERATIONS OF THE NATIONAL CREDIT...Offset § 797.10 Special review. (a...any time, request a special review by the Executive Director of...

2012-01-01

460

12 CFR 797.10 - Special review.  

...2014-01-01 false Special review. 797.10...REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE OPERATIONS OF THE NATIONAL CREDIT...Offset § 797.10 Special review. (a...any time, request a special review by the Executive Director of...

2014-01-01

461

5 CFR 532.303 - Specialized industry.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...2010-01-01 false Specialized industry. 532.303 Section 532.303...Positions § 532.303 Specialized industry. (a)(1) Under the appropriated fund wage system, a “specialized industry” is a Federal activity...

2010-01-01

462

38 CFR 61.44 - Awarding special need grants and payment of special need per diem.  

...Relief DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (CONTINUED) VA HOMELESS PROVIDERS GRANT AND PER DIEM PROGRAM Special Need Grants...estimated by the special need recipient for furnishing services to homeless veterans with special need that the special need...

2014-07-01

463

Universal Quantification in a Constraint-Based Planner  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Constraints and universal quantification are both useful in planning, but handling universally quantified constraints presents some novel challenges. We present a general approach to proving the validity of universally quantified constraints. The approach essentially consists of checking that the constraint is not violated for all members of the universe. We show that this approach can sometimes be applied even when variable domains are infinite, and we present some useful special cases where this can be done efficiently.

Golden, Keith; Frank, Jeremy; Clancy, Daniel (Technical Monitor)

2002-01-01

464

Baruch College Boston University  

E-print Network

University of Technology and Economics St. Olaf's College India SIT Study Abroad Italy New York University University of Otago Russia Independent University of Moscow Sweden Lund University United Kingdom City University of London London School of Economics New York University Oxford University Queen Mary University

Myers, Lawrence C.

465

THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE COLLEGE OF SOCIAL WORK  

E-print Network

THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE COLLEGE OF SOCIAL WORK BSSW PROGRAM Spring 2014 SW 314: Human Behavior-in-environment over the life span with special attention to diversity, impact of racism, sexism, and other soci

Grissino-Mayer, Henri D.

466

University of Alberta Museums Curator Hall of Fame: Nomination Form  

E-print Network

a special task that has had a significant impact on the operations, programs or services of one or more will be adjudicated by the University of Alberta Museums' Curator Hall of Fame Committee, consisting of the Executive

Machel, Hans

467

PHILIP ARCHEL GIBBS 11 Hamilton Drive Washington & Lee University  

E-print Network

Management with minor in Industrial Economics. MBA University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business Finance restructuring," Strategic Management Journal. Special Issue on Corporate Restructuring, Summer 1993. (193 Seminar, College of William and Mary, April 3, 1998. "Portfolio restructuring, diversification

Marsh, David

468

EDITORIAL: Special Issue on advanced and emerging light sources Special Issue on advanced and emerging light sources  

Microsoft Academic Search

The papers in this special issue of Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics (JPhysD) originate from the 12th International Symposium on the Science and Technology of Light Sources and the 3rd International Conference on White LEDs and Solid State Lighting, held 11-16 July 2010 at Eindhoven University. Abstracts of all papers presented at this combined conference were published in the

Marco Haverlag; Gerrit Kroesen; Ian Ferguson

2011-01-01

469

Universe Explosions  

E-print Network

A scenario for a quantum big crunch to big bang transition is proposed. We first clarify the similarities between this transition and the final stages of black hole evaporation. The black hole and the universe are thought of as quantum states. The importance of an external observer for understanding the big crunch to big bang transition is emphasized. Then, relying on the similarities between the black hole and the universe, we propose that the transition should be described as an explosion that connects the contracting phase to the expanding one. The explosion occurs when entropy bounds are saturated, or equivalently when the states cease to be semiclassically (meta)stable. We discuss our scenario in three examples: collapsing dust, a brane universe falling into a bulk black hole in anti-de Sitter space, and a contracting universe filled with a negative cosmological constant and a small amount of matter. We briefly discuss the late time observables that may carry some information about the state of the universe before the transition.

Ram Brustein; Maximilian Schmidt-Sommerfeld

2012-09-24

470

SUNY at Sixty: The Promise of the State University of New York  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The State University of New York is America's largest comprehensive public university system, with sixty-four campuses, including community colleges, colleges of technology, university colleges, research universities, medical schools, academic medical centers, and specialized campuses in fields as diverse as optometry, ceramics, horticulture,…

Leslie, W. Bruce, Ed.; Clark, John B., Ed.; O'Brien, Kenneth P., Ed.

2010-01-01

471

Higher Education Reform in South Korea: Perspectives on the New University for Regional Innovation Program  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The New University for Regional Innovation (NURI) is one of the South Korean Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development's key projects supporting regional universities. NURI aims to develop areas of specialization in regional universities and link universities to local industries. In 2004, the South Korean government pledged to invest…

Choi, Sheena; Yeom, Minho

2010-01-01

472

SNOW: Special Needs Opportunity Windows  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This Website from the SNOW (Special Needs Opportunity Windows) project in Toronto, Canada serves as "a clearinghouse of practical resources and curriculum materials for serving students with special needs, as a place for educators to meet and share ideas, and as a place for educators to develop their professional skills." In addition to materials describing workshops, curriculum, and professional development at SNOW, the Website presents separate resource sections on "best practices," including materials on Web accessibility, accommodations for people with disabilities, safe schools, and a collection of resources for parents of children with special needs and on learning technologies, giving information "on distance education, adaptive technology for people with disabilities, and multimedia uses in online learning experiences." An extensive categorized list of Web resources and an online forum are also featured on-site. The Website is available in both French and English.

473

Doctors, ethics and special education.  

PubMed Central

This discussion paper is drawn from a qualitative research project comparing the effect of special and ordinary schools on the lives of children, young people and their families. Special schools are recommended by health professionals who seldom know how ineffective these schools are. We question the beneficence and justice of health professionals' advice on education for children with disabilities and other difficulties. Cooperation with local education authorities (LEAs) plays a considerable part in the work of community paediatricians, clinical medical officers, therapists and other health professionals encountering children with "special needs". The "needs" range from physical disability and sensory impairment to learning difficulties and emotional or behavioural difficulties. This cooperation involves routine administrative problems, but it raises broad ethical issues too, particularly in respect of current tendencies in state schooling towards the integration or inclusion of these children in mainstream schools and classes. PMID:9549683

Alderson, P; Goodey, C

1998-01-01

474

Rethinking Professional Issues in Special Education. Contemporary Studies in Social and Policy Issues in Education: The David C. Anchin Center Series.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Sixteen papers, developed as part of a 10-year study of substantive and methodological aspects of teacher education in special education at the University of South Florida, address professional issues in special education. The papers are: (1) "To Improve or Reconstruct Special Education: Issues Facing the Field" (James L. Paul and Ann…

Paul, James L., Ed.; Lavely, Carolyn D., Ed.; ranston-Gingras, Ann, Ed.; Taylor, Ella L., Ed.

475

Special Teaching for Special Children? Pedagogies for Inclusion. Inclusive Education  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Some special needs groups (for example dyslexia) have argued strongly for the need for particular specialist approaches. In contrast, many proponents of inclusion have argued that "good teaching is good teaching for all" and that all children benefit from similar approaches. Both positions fail to scrutinise this issue rigorously and coherently,…

Lewis, Ann, Ed.; Norwich, Brahm, Ed.

2004-01-01

476

Telecommunications in Rural America: Special Populations, Special Problems.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The need to upgrade programs and services in rural communities is rapidly moving toward a critical juncture. A rural telecommunication network could act as an equalizer through: serving information needs of people in the fields of entertainment, education, health, governments, business, and industry; or serving special populations such as the…

Bransford, Louis A.

477

Molecular Universe  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This fantastic resource for college-level students of chemistry provides abundant images and explanatory text on molecules and molecular systems. The site's main provider is Richard Catlow, Director of the Davy Faraday Research Laboratory at the Royal Institution of Great Britain. Molecular Universe presents a collection of lessons, arranged into categories such as Building in Three Dimensions, Boundaries and Barriers, and The Molecules of Life. The sleek color illustrations demonstrate everything from diamond structure to a DNA molecule. Highlights of the site include a detailed look at protein folding, how molecules taste, and molecules and computers. Both students and professors should journey to the Molecular Universe.

Catlow, C. R. A. (Charles Richard Arthur), 1947-

2000-01-01

478

Portland State University Graduate School of Education Presentations  

E-print Network

, Vancouver, WA. Brown, J. (2010, August). Working with ELL students with special needs. Presented at OSEP, April). Successful collaborations to reach and teach ELL students with special. Presented at FifthPortland State University Graduate School of Education Presentations January 1, 2010 - December 31

479

Yale Parenting Center Department of Psychology, Yale University  

E-print Network

of the notice that is currently in effect. How we may use and disclose information in your psychological recordYale Parenting Center Department of Psychology, Yale University 314 Prospect Street, New Haven in a specialized substance abuse program, your special authorization is required for most disclosures other than

480

Imagine the Universe!  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Welcome to Imagine the Universe! Contained on this CD-ROM you will find three astronomy and space science learning centers, individually captured from the World Wide Web in December of 2000. Each site contains its own learning adventure full of facts, fun, beautiful images, movies, and excitement. (1) Imagine The Universe: this site is dedicated to a discussion about our Universe... what we know about it, how it is evolving, and the kinds of objects and phenomena it contains. Emphasizing the X-ray and gamma-ray parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, it also discusses how scientists know what they know, what mysteries remain, and how the answers to remaining mysteries may one day be found. Lots of movies, quizzes, and a special section for educators. Geared for ages 14 and up. This site can be viewed on-line at http://imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov/. (2) StarChild- a learning center for young astronomers: the 1998 Webby Award Winner for Best Education Website, StarChild is aimed at ages 4-14. It contains easy-to-understand information about our Solar System, the Universe, and space exploration. There are also activities, songs, movies, and puzzles. This site can be viewed on-line at http://starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov/. (3) Astronomy Picture of the Day: APOD offers a new astronomical image and caption each calendar day. We have captured the year 2000 entries of this award-winning site and included them on the disk. The images and information provide a wonderful resource for all ages. This site can be viewed on-line at http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html.

2001-01-01

481

General Education Teacher - Special Education Class.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper presents the views of four general education teachers who without prior notice or training were assigned to teach special education classes. It also provides a short history of special education and requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. The elements of special education and the specific levels of special…

Miranda, Mildred

482

Special Education Annual Report, 1998-1999.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This annual report provides an overview of special education students and services in North Dakota and describes the programs, funding, and special projects for the 1998-1999 school year made available to special education units through Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and state special education funds. A state summary,…

North Dakota State Dept. of Public Instruction, Bismarck. Div. of Special Education.

483

Special Education Annual Report, 2000-2001.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This annual report provides an overview of special education students and services in North Dakota and describes the programs, funding, and special projects for the 2000-2001 school year made available to special education units through Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and state special education funds. A state summary,…

North Dakota State Dept. of Public Instruction, Bismarck. Div. of Special Education.

484

University Builders.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This publication explores a diverse collection of new university buildings. Ranging from the design of vast new campuses, such as that by Wilford and Stirling at Temasek, Singapore, through to the relatively modest yet strategically important, such as the intervention by Allies and Morrison at Southampton, this book examines the new higher…

Pearce, Martin

485

Universal Design.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examines universal school design that is both user-friendly for all students and compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This approach provides the basic functional design issues for easy traffic control, as well as orientation and classrooms that are adaptable to future curricular changes. Discusses new standards that impact design…

Rydeen, James E.

1999-01-01

486

University Timetabling  

Microsoft Academic Search

Summary University timetabling problems can be classifi ed into two main categories: course and examination timetabling. We discuss the problem statements and constraints for each of them and provide an overview of some recent research advances that have been made by the authors and members of their research team. We particularly concentrate upon: • Meta-heuristic approaches that are less dependent

Sanja Petrovic; Edmund Burke

487

Washington University  

Cancer.gov

Washington University Medical School's concept of an In vivo Cellular and Molecular Imaging Center (ICMIC) envisions a process that will permit the Center to become the focal point for the development of novel in vivo molecular imaging initiatives on campus. This involves further expanding and reinforcing collaborations and enhancing the productivity of multidisciplinary programs in basic cancer cell biology and molecular imaging research.

488

Metropolitan University's  

E-print Network

within the University and the wider community as well as promote good relations between different groups actions we will take are grouped under a series of themes: Effective communication- both internal and consultation in the design of the scheme included: The delivery of seven Equality Matters road shows across

489

University , Engineering  

E-print Network

Y acht­sail approach for the tokamak fusion reactor Leonid E. Zakharov, Princeton University for the "first wall" for the tokamak fusion reactor will be described for MIT . The concept includes: (a to express their cre­ ativity in development of acceptable and controllable tokamak fusion reactor

Zakharov, Leonid E.

490

Massachusetts Special Olympics Poly Hockey.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Poly Hockey is featured in this manual of instructions for coaches and teachers to use with mentally retarded boys and girls of all ages and ability levels. It is noted that the sport has been supported by the Board of Directors of the Special Olympics and has been used in Massachusetts for over 7 years. Explained is use of the game indoors, and…

Morrissey, Jim

491

CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL SPECIALIZATION  

E-print Network

Teaching Spirituality and Justice Spiritual Formation Total Community Catechesis Youth and Young Adult and to develop an educational specialization. The CAES is granted by the Lynch School of Education. PRE a topic for their CAES project. Diversity is encouraged in the development of CAES projects that reflect

Huang, Jianyu

492

CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL SPECIALIZATION  

E-print Network

Catechesis Youth and Young Adult Faith CAES PROJECTS The widest reasonable latitude is encouraged for CAES and to develop an educational specialization. The CAES is granted by the Lynch School of Education. PRE students as they identify a topic for their CAES project. Diversity is encouraged in the development

Huang, Jianyu

493

CEC Special Education Advocacy Handbook.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This handbook, for individuals working with people who have disabilities, is designed to empower them to be a force for meeting the policy challenges in the communities in which they live and work. It is designed to help in channeling one's strength, commitment, and knowledge of the special education field into effective advocacy efforts. The…

Bootel, Jaclyn A.

494

Frame of Reference: Special Collections  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Rare, distinctive, unique--academic libraries are exploring new ways to describe and define what they've traditionally called special collections: incunabula, manuscripts, rare books, cultural artifacts and more. These valuable, historically important, and often one-of-a-kind artifacts can be a treasure trove for scholars and students. Technology…

Goetsch, Lori A.

2010-01-01

495

Rules of Special Education Explained.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The document is designed to facilitate the planning and administrations of programs for handicapped children in Iowa by providing a listing of the Iowa Departmental Rules which are enclosed in boxes throughout the document and followed by explanations and interpretations. The classes of children eligible for special education and the services to…

Iowa State Dept. of Public Instruction, Des Moines.

496

Traffic Safety for Special Children  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In a 6 weeks' unit on traffic education using flannel graphs, filmstrips and models, 12 special class students (IQ 55-82) ages 7- to 11-years-old learned six basic skills including crossing a road, obeying traffic lights and walking on country roads. (CL)

Wilson, Val; MacKenzie, R. A.

1974-01-01

497

Reading with a Special Touch.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Disadvantaged secondary school students with special reading needs can be motivated in the reading room. The school year can start with "popcorn" reading involving materials that are funny, interesting, and exciting. The teacher reads to the students or the students read silently, using materials on the students' independent rather than…

McCool, Mary

498

Special Holonomy Manifolds in Physics  

E-print Network

This is a pedagogical exposition of holonomy groups intended for physicists. After some pertinent definitions, we focus on special holonomy manifolds, two per division algebras, and comment upon several cases of interest in physics, associated with compactification from F-, M- and string theory, on manifolds of 8, 7 and 6 dimensions respectively.

Luis J. Boya

2006-12-01

499

Atonic Mechanics and Special Relativity  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The value of Atonic Mechanics is the ease of atomic spectral calculations, as previously demonstrated for helium (see Part Two on the web at sourceinstitute dot org). Atonic mechanics spectral calculations have the same accuracy as those of the Schrodinger Theory but without the mathematical tedium. We show that Atonic mechanics can be put into Special Relativity.

Phillips, Alfred, Jr.

2010-03-01

500

FOREWORD: Special issue on mass  

Microsoft Academic Search

This special issue is intended to present a review of mass standards, mass determination and the efforts to replace the international prototype of the kilogram by a new definition of the kilogram based on a fundamental constant of physics. Mass is a quantity that is familiar to everybody primarily for its importance in commerce. It is not only one of

Michael Gläser

2003-01-01