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Iowa State Daily (December 10, 2010), Iowa State University Dec 2010

Iowa State Daily (December 10, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, December 2010

Content:Blue Sky: Taskforce needs time for release;Swine: Regents discuss new medicine center;Crime: Quarter's statistics published;Writing: A novelist's inspiration;Human Sciences: Students honored as marshals; Margaret Sloss Women's Center: ChickLit's invites new members;Basketball: Hawkeyes defeat women to retain Cy-Hawk lead;


Iowa State Daily (December 9, 2010), Iowa State University Dec 2010

Iowa State Daily (December 9, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, December 2010

Content:Sports complex: Community hotly debates new facility;GSB: Senators seek impeachment Sunday;Board of Regents: Approval of swine center considered;Task Force: Drug-related investigations commonplace;College of Design: Students sell creations on campus;Women's basketball: Battle continues for Cy-Hawk series;


Iowa State Daily (December 8, 2010), Iowa State University Dec 2010

Iowa State Daily (December 8, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, December 2010

Content: ISU Advance program: Calendar recognizes ISU women;Sports complex:Group to discuss budget;Ames: Planet Sub closes;Mechanical engineering: Expo shows off students' projects;Faculty Senate: Changes receive criticism;Club: Judo grandmaster inspires student with his life story;


Iowa State Daily (December 7, 2010), Iowa State University Dec 2010

Iowa State Daily (December 7, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, December 2010

Content::Liberal Arts and Sciences: Blue Sky Taskforce says report done, not public;ISU Dining: Chefs cater to campus;College of Agriculture: Advancing agriculture in Iowa;Mural: Police name suspect in vandal case;Arment: 'July4Patriot' Charles Dyer deserves freedom;


Iowa State Daily (December 6, 2010), Iowa State University Dec 2010

Iowa State Daily (December 6, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, December 2010

Content:Sabbaticals: Board considers requests;Engineering: Professor leads asphalt research;Volleyball: Upset loss ends postseason run;Iowa Politics: Local connection key to lobbying;Biofuel: Algae used for energy research;Wrestling: Cyclones fall 22-13 to in-state rival Hawkeyes;


Iowa State Daily (December 3, 2010), Iowa State University Dec 2010

Iowa State Daily (December 3, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, December 2010

Content:Student Organizations: Students rescue felines; Ordinance: Railroad crossings silenced;WinterFest: Variety of activities available; Dub H: Dance club showcases performers;Study abroad: Students shares traveling experiences;Wrestling: Cyclones set to face rival Iowa; Volleyball: Iowa State makes sixth NCAA trip;


Iowa State Daily (December 2, 2010), Iowa State University Dec 2010

Iowa State Daily (December 2, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, December 2010

Content: Study Abroad: International parallels; Health: Bacterial meningitis hospitalizes student; Crime: Fraternity members arrested for burglary;Admissions: ISU freshman need no longer wait for results; Student activity: Campus-wide zombie game ended Monday;


Student And Teacher Attendance: The Role Of Shared Goods In Reducing Absenteeism, Ritwik Banerjee, Elizabeth M. King, Peter F. Orazem, Elizabeth M. Paterno Dec 2010

Student And Teacher Attendance: The Role Of Shared Goods In Reducing Absenteeism, Ritwik Banerjee, Elizabeth M. King, Peter F. Orazem, Elizabeth M. Paterno

Economics Working Papers (2002–2016)

A theoretical model is advanced that demonstrates that, if teacher and student attendance generate a shared good, then teacher and student attendance will be mutually reinforcing. Using data from the Northwest Frontier Province of Pakistan, empirical evidence supporting that proposition is advanced. Controlling for the endogeneity of teacher and student attendance, the most powerful factor raising teacher attendance is the attendance of the children in the school, and the most important factor influencing child attendance is the presence of the teacher. The results suggest that one important avenue to be explored in developing policies to reduce teacher absenteeism is to ...


Iowa State Daily (December 1, 2010), Iowa State University Dec 2010

Iowa State Daily (December 1, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, December 2010

Content: Don't ask, don't tell: Report claims repeal won't hurt military;Memorial Union: Post office hours reduced; Campustown: Local businesses let unsure; Horticulture: Poinsettia Sale spreads cheer; Opinion: Sex toys, guns and Four Loko; Sports: Volleyball veteran plays abroad;


Iowa State Daily (November 30, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 30, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content:College of Liberal Arts and Sciences:Sruggling departments await task force's findings:Fatalities:University responds to deaths of students:Language program:Program helps students learn fluent English:Retirement:Professor reflects on 'challenges':ISU Ambassadors: Lobbying group seeks students:


Iowa State Daily (November 29, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 29, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content:Alcohol:Beverage ban sparks debate:Graduation rate:Regents examine numbers:Philanthropy:Cause puts textbooks back to use:Campus organizations:Students work around the globe:Women's studies: Blog brings connection to students:Basketball: Hoiberg leads young squad to perfect 6-0:


Iowa State Daily (November 19, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 19, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: Product development: Gum project pays off: Human Services:College adds new major to selection:Troxel Hall: New building to be finished for fall 2012:Student organizations: German clubs connect students:VetMed: Students help Serbian shelter save stray dogs:


Iowa State Daily (November 18, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 18, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: Student organizations:Quidditch for mugglees:Sexual assault: Reported instances increase:War: Awareness event held for Sudan:World hunger: Students skip meal, donate to hungry:Student life:Students face off:Election 2010:The young party of non-voters:AMUSE:Students reminisce about early 'Potter' influences:


Iowa State Daily (November 17, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 17, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: Football: MRI scan confirms Arnaud's injuries:Former candidate: Gingrich talks politics:LGBTSS:Panel speakers create visibility:Renovations: Students return to complex after flood:GSB:Local groups team up to fund ASSET:Basketball: Fennelley earns 500th career win against Drake:


Iowa State Daily (November 16, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 16, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content:Religion:Bible studies:Citizens United:Cobb shares concerns:Student group:Lions Club gives sight to Iowans:Honors Program:Campus freezes for moment in time:Sustainability:Students advocate efforts to go green:Graphic design:Student-created logo chosen to represent forum:


Iowa State Daily (November 15, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 15, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: Arnaud's season, career likely over:Freeze Iowa State:Students 'freeze'campus:Service:Boy Scouts visit campus:Agriculture: Field sees increase of women:Soil:Researcher disproves past theories:Diversity:Diwali celebrates culture:Engineerinig: Program studies soil behavior:Opinion:Guest columnists share thoughts on female sexuality:


Iowa State Daily (November 12, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 12, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: Memorial dedication: Tribute for a student:Administration: Vet Med's new dean appointed:Transportation:RideShare updated for safety:Greek community: Honorary group wins in debate:Memorial: Gold Star Ceremony honors fallen:


Iowa State Daily (November 11, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 11, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: Lecture: Official urges reduction in nuclear arms:Veteran: Calling leads to career: GSB News: Notes and events: Cancer: Lethal employment: Demonstration: Students to tear down derogatory Hate Wall:Sports: Straube dynamic on and of the court:


Iowa State Daily (November 10, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 10, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: ISU professor: An unlikely atheist: LGBT: Quirmbach speaks to PFLAG: Ames: Council votes no on removal:Technology: Group works to create apps for ISU community: Greek community: Benefit raises money for juvenile diabetes:Style: Check out tips for the men in the week's issue:


Iowa State Daily (November 9, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 9, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: City Council: Changes to rental code up for vote: Chemistry: Some cereal praise: Policies: Senate to discuss curriculum: Iowa State:Safety Walk pinpoints hazards: Crime: Checks found to be fraudulent:Opinion: Have you launched a rocket in class lately?: Flavors: An overview of special dietary needs:


Iowa State Daily (November 8, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 8, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content:Football: Cyclones fall in OT: Crime:Theft of laptops increases:Flu: Professor discovers structure: Battle of the Brains: Contest tests student skills:Engineering: Associate dean named by college:Dance: The colorful culture of Malaysia:ISU Theatre: The Arabian Nights:


Iowa State Daily (November 5, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 5, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: Flooding: Hilton Coliseum reopened for crowd: natural resources: Research aids wetlands' survival: Spring Break: Students to venture to Cuba:LGBT: Safe Zone evolves, now offers training:


Iowa State Daily (November 4, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 4, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content:Iowa Supreme Court: Retention vote ousts justices for first time since 1962:Election 2010:Culver reflects on term:Branstad begins plans for Iowa: Campustown: GSB voices concerns with Ames City Council: Farm to ISU: ISU Dining proposes meal plan changes:


Iowa State Daily (November 3, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 3, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content:Election 2010: Branstad back in business:Grassley beats Conlin in race for Senate seat:Results:Iowa voters oust Supreme Court justices:County recorder: Vande Kamp unopposed, retains job: Campus: Election calls for your, student involvement:


Iowa State Daily (November 2, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 2, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: Election 2010: Branstad refuses to voice opinion on judges:Ready to vote: A look at the on-campus precincts: Campus:Geoffroy discusses LAS budget, project:Just Desserts: A Taste of Chocolate and More: Accident: ISU student struck by car in crosswalk, not seriously injured:Going Out: Get a list of the do's and the don'ts for your night out:


Iowa State Daily (November 1, 2010), Iowa State University Nov 2010

Iowa State Daily (November 1, 2010), Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, November 2010

Content: Sustainability: ISU earns 'B' grade on green analysis: Election 2010: Story County:Retention: Huckabee, PAC target Iowans over judges:


Using Sweatshop History To Meet Social Justice Requirements Of The Undergraduate Curriculum, Ashley Ratute, Sara B. Marcketti Oct 2010

Using Sweatshop History To Meet Social Justice Requirements Of The Undergraduate Curriculum, Ashley Ratute, Sara B. Marcketti

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Conference Proceedings and Presentations

The purpose of this research was to provide examples of undergraduate textiles and clothing lesson plans that incorporate social justice into the course curriculum.


Creating An Optimum School Health Environment In Your District: What Decision-Makers Need To Know, Catherine Strohbehn, Ruth E. Litchfield Oct 2010

Creating An Optimum School Health Environment In Your District: What Decision-Makers Need To Know, Catherine Strohbehn, Ruth E. Litchfield

Human Sciences Extension and Outreach Publications

This publication addresses the changing school environment; school meal requirements and goals, nutrition education and physical activity.


Nutrition Education Program Assistants: A Leverage Point For Collecting Authentic Program Data, Mary Mcferren, Nancy K. Franz, Michael Lambur Oct 2010

Nutrition Education Program Assistants: A Leverage Point For Collecting Authentic Program Data, Mary Mcferren, Nancy K. Franz, Michael Lambur

Extension and Outreach Research and Scholarship

Extension administrators and educators wonder why low-income audiences refrain from participating or underparticipate in educational opportunities. This may be due to a gap between administrator or educator views of program participation barriers versus the lived experience of low-income audiences. Virginia Cooperative Extension worked to bridge this gap in perspectives by using Nutrition Program Assistants as a leverage point for recruiting and gathering authentic data on program participation from low-income individuals. Even though program assistants rarely serve in this role, their connection with low-income clientele and groups that serve them is invaluable for gathering authentic program data.


Students’ Perspective On Safety Education Using Second Life As A Tool For Effective Learning, Dominick E. Fazarro, Nir Keren Oct 2010

Students’ Perspective On Safety Education Using Second Life As A Tool For Effective Learning, Dominick E. Fazarro, Nir Keren

Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Conference Proceedings and Presentations

Educators are searching for cutting-edge ideas to deliver effective instructional methods to students and employers on different aspects of training. The population of students in colleges and universities are different in terms of dependency on technology. Most students are visual learners and are dependent on the use of technology in their everyday lives to satisfy social needs. Educators are seeking methods to increase student learning and comprehension of classroom theory by integrating the students’ need of technology. Teaching industrial safety can often leave the instructor with a level of uncertainty as to whether the students have grasped concepts taught in ...