Slippery Rock University is located in Butler County, Pennsylvania. The University was founded in 1889, and was originally known as Slippery Rock Normal School with an enrollment of 168 students. The institution began as a teacher education institution. In 1926 the school was purchased by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and turned into four year teacher’s college. The institution primarily focused on health and physical education, and secondary and elementary education.
Martin who had worked hard all his life and invested his money wisely in a mountain property, a coastal property and his personal property which was a 1966 Pontiac GTO, was considering cashing in these investments as he was looking forward to his retirement life. Unfortunately for him, the dream plan was not going to unfold as smoothly as he had anticipated. When it came to realizing the properties and the classic car, they came with unforeseen set of issues. As his attorney we will review each issue and provide legal advice to Martin on how to proceed. Also as sister in Christ to encourage him to keep his eyes on the Lord no matter how overwhelming the situations may seem.
1. Why did you choose to attend Central Lakes College? I chose Central Lakes College for many reasons. First, Central Lakes College is affordable compared to other universities. Central Lakes College costs about $8000 dollars annually, compared to other universities (major and private) which can range from $23,000-$50,000.
In 1912, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College was founded as Harrison County Agricultural High School. MGCCC has four campuses and four centers. The College is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of the four-county district it has served for more than 100 years. It is also known for being one of the Top 100 associate degree producers at community colleges in the nation. Gulf Coast Community College ensures an opportunity for all students who want to achieve their educational goals by providing programs and services designed for students who plan to attend a four-year institution, training for employment, or transitioning to a new career opportunities.
Motlow State Community College does not offer a cafeteria for students at the Smyrna Center. Constructing a cafeteria at Motlow State Community College would be beneficial for everyone, including the staff and students. A cafeteria would offer convenience for students and staff, increase the attendance rate, and allow students to engage in social interactions with one another. Not only is cafeteria favorable for the Motlow State community, but it would multiply the revenue for the school. Predominantly, constructing a cafeteria will improve the Smyrna campus as a whole.
Reading Assignment #6 1. In order to keep top performers satisfied and productive, Steve Bates argues, there should be a substantial difference in the variable pay or merit- based salary increases that top performers and poor performers receive. Based on available research the increase needed to catch “anybody’s attention” should be a seven percent or eight percent increase in compensation. It also states that anything below that might be welcomed, but will not lead to substantially greater effort on the part of employees to increase business results.
A Cal Poly Pomona alumnus with a long career in local law enforcement has been selected as the university’s next chief of police. Dario Robinson, a lieutenant with the San Bernardino Police Department, will take over as head of University Police on Jan. 25. Robinson’s selection as University Police chief returns him to the campus where he competed on the track team and earned a bachelor’s degree in behavioral studies upon graduating in 1991. “I look forward to once again being part of the Cal Poly Pomona family, and to being a member of your public safety community,” Robinson says.
Catlin College is located in Zenith, Polis with a population of 52,500. Founded in the 1930’s to meet the educational needs of Zenith and Sullivan Valley, Catlin College was a two-year Junior College division of Ivy University. In the 1940’s, the Junior College became Catlin College, a four-year institution. Catlin College became independent and accredited in 1951 and offered graduate programs for the first time in the late 1960’s.
Binchley College is a four year, private institution that was chartered in 1805. It is off the Eastern Shore of Virginia and was the first college in the nation to provide undergraduate degrees in Native American studies and marine ecology. Students learn foundations in arts and sciences for the first two years of school, and then focus on their major for the remaining two years. It is the mission of Binchley College to “nurture the intellect, imagination, and sense of responsible global citizenship to prepare students to faces challenges that face our planet and our global community including all indigenous people. It is committed to the delivery of curriculum through collaborative and experiential learning.”
“Build the wall,” an anti-immigrant chant made popular by President-elect Donald Trump, was heard on the Texas A&M campus on Nov. 9, according to student Alejandra Luna. Texas A&M University is home to over 66,000 students. According to the Texas A&M University Accountability website, white students make up 58.05 percent (38,563) of the student population with the next biggest race/ethnicity being Hispanic students with 19.77 percent (13,135) of the population, followed by Asian students at 6.46 percent (4,293) and African American/Black students at 3.78 percent (2,513). With such a big gap in race population on campus, the question of will Texas A&M protect minority students from the hostile environment of racism comes into the worries of
For the growth of any college to be possible, changes had to be made continuously. For changes to be made, there has to be a person or people with an innovative idea. In order to fulfill the vision of creating a college, there has to be sufficient funds and a team of support to undertake the task. Kennesaw State University and its College of Science has reflected tremendous growth in the past five decades and is continuing on the same path. The history and the organizational development of a college displays a contrast between what the college started with and the outcomes of all the efforts that built on the foundation of the institution.
Texas State University is the fourth largest Texas public University with their main campus located in San Marcos, Texas and a smaller campus located in Red Rock, Texas. Texas State was established in 1899 as the Southwest Texas State Normal School, but their main focus was for all of their students to become teachers. TSU is located on 4,492 acres, but 4,000 of the acres are reserved for agricultural research and recreational areas. On the 492 acres they have an estimated amount of 245 buildings that are both old and new. TSU is part of the Austin Metropolitan Area and Texas Hill Country.
Artifact 3.1 – U8A1 How Globalization Affects Planning The purpose of this assignment was to review and analyze the impact globalization has on educational organizations challenges and opportunities in the current marketplace. Examine literature and assume the role of an action researcher in an educational organization, develop a framework for decision making that supports effective change in a challenging global environment. Artifact 3.2 – U2A1 Analysis of a Culture of Learning The purpose of the assignment was to review the Cuyahoga Community College case study and understand the process for helping students learn. In an action researcher role review and analyze CCC recent reaccreditation process through AQIP stands for Academic Quality
Wheaton College faculty reached a conclusion that they should not fire a professor who publicly said that "Muslims and Christians worship the same God." The college 's faculty expressed "grave concerns about the process," and said that Professor Larycia Hawkin 's suspension should be withdrawn. Hawkins came to be known as "Hijab Professor" after decided to wear it during the time of Advent to show her support for Muslims.
Relevance The information used needs to be relevant to the decision making, there's no point in having good information when it isn't even needed. For Example if Cleveland College wanted decided whether they wanted to get more computers, they wouldn't need to know that 2% of students are gingers! Quantity