Social Impact Of The Gulf Oil Disaster: Diverging Views From Communities In Florida And Louisiana, 2011 University of New Hampshire
Social Impact Of The Gulf Oil Disaster: Diverging Views From Communities In Florida And Louisiana, Jessica D. Ulrich
The Carsey School of Public Policy at the Scholars' Repository
Carsey researchers surveyed over two thousand residents of the Gulf Coast following the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion in 2010 to analyze their perception of the spill. Nearly one-half of all Gulf Coast residents perceived damage to the environment and wildlife as the most serious result of the oil spill. Perceptions regarding the impact of the spill reflect the different relationships to the oil economy in the two states--”Floridians are most concerned about effects on tourism and Louisianans on the fishing and oil industries. Louisianans were more than twice as likely as Floridians to think that their state ...
The Prospector, April 12, 2011, 2011 University of Texas at El Paso
The Prospector, April 12, 2011, Utep Student Publications
Headline: Arts & Entertainment
An Overview Of Economic Patterns Of Partnerships Between Developing And Rich Countries With Special Reference To Usa And Sudan, 2011 Department of Economics. Al Neelain University, Khartoum, Sudan
An Overview Of Economic Patterns Of Partnerships Between Developing And Rich Countries With Special Reference To Usa And Sudan, Issam A.W. Mohamed Professor
Professor Issam A.W. Mohamed
The current paper presents unique approach to economic analysis where the theoretical framework applied here postulates that relationships between rogue countries, such as Korea, Syria, Iran and Sudan necessarily are potential parts for an economically mutual and viably profitable partnership. The paper reviews such relationships, especially between African and European countries like Lume and kotono. I first present a review of existing trade and economic partnerships. Next, I discuss economic relationships between developed and developing countries. It is revealed that in some instances, the predatory nature of those agreements and partnerships are manifested which atrophy the basic potentials of the ...
Secular Salvation: Sacred Rhetorical Invention In The String Theory Movement, 2011 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Secular Salvation: Sacred Rhetorical Invention In The String Theory Movement, Brent Yergensen
Communication Studies Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research
String theory is argued by its proponents to be the Theory of Everything. It achieves this status in physics because it provides unification for contradictory laws of physics, namely quantum mechanics and general relativity. While based on advanced theoretical mathematics, its public discourse is growing in prevalence and its rhetorical power is leading to a scientific revolution, even among the public. By presenting a history of continual discovery of extra dimensions, string theory proponents draw upon key thinkers in physics such as Theodor Kaluza and Albert Einstein and frame them as pioneers for the emergence of string theory.
Popularization of ...
Iowa State Daily (04-12-2011), 2011 Iowa State University
Iowa State Daily (04-12-2011), Iowa State Daily
Iowa State Daily, April 2011
Student organization: God without religion; City Council: Campustown group to ask for funding; Rights: Professor clears up red light rating; Civil War: Iowa remembers involvement in war; Sri Lanka: Journalist speaks of media's exile; Basketball: Bolte drafted in 3rd round by Atlanta Dream
Leading Innovation: Creating A Culture Of Sustainability Workshop Presentation, 2011 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Leading Innovation: Creating A Culture Of Sustainability Workshop Presentation, Connie I. Reimers-Hild
Kimmel Education and Research Center - Faculty & Staff Publications
A workshop designed to lead sustainable innovation with a focus on Dr. Connie's "5 Rays" of Innovation
Spartan Daily April 12, 2011, 2011 San Jose State University
Spartan Daily April 12, 2011, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications
Spartan Daily (School of Journalism and Mass Communications)
Volume 136, Issue 36
The Stress Coping Skills Of Undergraduate Collegiate Aviators, 2011 Purdue University - Main Campus
The Stress Coping Skills Of Undergraduate Collegiate Aviators, Jennifer Kirschner
Purdue Polytechnic Masters Theses
An important human factors research interest area is error reduction. Although pilots placed in highly stressful situations have an increased chance of making errors, they use coping skills to lower their stress level and reduce the likelihood of errors. Typically, coping skills are conceptually separated into three different types: active coping skills which attack and change the situation to make it inherently less stressful, emotionfocused coping skills which use discussion or thinking about the situation in a different way to diminish the negative emotional reaction associated with the stressful situation, and avoidant coping skills which allow one to mentally and ...
Oral History Interview With Steven Miller: Conceptualising Smu, 2011 Singapore Management University
Oral History Interview With Steven Miller: Conceptualising Smu, Steven Miller
Oral History Collection
The interview covered: first involvement with SMU, setting up School of Information Systems, collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University, industry relations, student interaction, faculty research, graduate placement, postgraduate programs.
Founding Dean, School of Information Systems, SMU, 2002–present
Professor Steven Miller is founding dean of the School of Information Systems at Singapore Management University, a position he has held since December 2002. Since joining SMU, he has concentrated on developing all aspects of the School of information Systems, including undergraduate and post-graduate educational programmes, research strategies and capabilities, interactions with external stakeholders, and the school’s relationship with Carnegie Mellon ...
Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 86, No. 47, 2011 Western Kentucky University
Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 86, No. 47, Wku Student Affairs
WKU Archives Records
WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.
Cedarville Vs. Wilmington, 2011 Cedarville University
Cedarville Vs. Wilmington, Cedarville University
No abstract provided.
Cedarville Vs. Urbana, 2011 Cedarville University
Cedarville Vs. Urbana, Cedarville University
No abstract provided.
Local Health Departments’ Governance: A Visual Display Using Lhd Shape Files, 2011 Georgia Southern University
Local Health Departments’ Governance: A Visual Display Using Lhd Shape Files, Gulzar H. Shah Dr., Carolyn J. Leep, Reba Novich
Health Policy and Management Faculty Presentations
Analyses conducted for public health systems and services research (PHSSR) frequently include a variable that represents the relationship between state and local health departments (i.e., a governance category) in their analyses, either as an explanatory variable or a control variable. A number of organizations and researchers has categorized states according to governance, but the categorizations have been inconsistent across studies. This lack of agreement regarding governance category has been problematic for PHSSR.
The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) in conjunction with NORC at the University of Chicago and with input from the National Association of County ...
Adaptive Guidance: Enhancing Self-Regulation, Knowledge, And Performance In Technology-Based Training, Bradford S. Bell, Steve W. J. Kozlowski
Bradford S Bell
Considerable research has examined the effects of giving trainees control over their learning (Steinberg, 1977, 1989; Williams, 1993). The most consistent finding of this research has been that trainees do not make good instructional use of the control they are given. Yet, today’s technologically based training systems often provide individuals with significant control over their learning (Brown, 2001). This creates a dilemma that must be addressed if technology is going to be used to create more effective training systems. The current study extended past research that has examined the effects of providing trainees with some form of advisement or ...
Reactions To Skill Assessment: The Forgotten Factor In Explaining Motivation To Learn, 2011 Cornell University
Reactions To Skill Assessment: The Forgotten Factor In Explaining Motivation To Learn, Bradford S. Bell, J. Kevin Ford
Bradford S Bell
This study examined the effects of trainees’ reactions to skill assessment on their motivation to learn. A model was developed that suggests that two dimensions of trainees’ assessment reactions – distributive justice and utility – influence training motivation and overall training effectiveness. The model was tested using a sample of individuals (N = 113) enrolled in a truck driving training program. Results revealed that trainees’ who perceived higher levels of distributive justice and utility had higher motivation to learn. Training motivation was found to significantly predict several measures of training effectiveness. Trainees’ performance on the pre-training assessment and trait goal orientation exhibited direct ...
Columbia Chronicle (04/11/2011), 2011 Columbia College Chicago
Columbia Chronicle (04/11/2011), Columbia College Chicago
Student newspaper from April 11, 2011 entitled The Columbia Chronicle. This issue is 44 pages and is listed as Volume 46, Number 26. Cover story: "Theater Department cuts student employees" Editor-in-Chief: Spencer Roush
Why The Grey's Anatomy Myth Clouds The Real Value Of Emergency Care, 2011 George Washington University
Why The Grey's Anatomy Myth Clouds The Real Value Of Emergency Care, Jesse M. Pines, Zachary F. Meisel
Health Policy and Management Informal Communications
Advanced radiology tests such as CT scans, MRIs and ultrasounds have dramatically changed how patients are diagnosed and treated. Just a decade ago, patients were still being subjected to exploratory surgery, in which a surgeon cuts open the abdomen to look for problems; today, CT scans allow doctors to make diagnoses without a scalpel.
Iowa State Daily (Veishea 04-11-211), 2011 Iowa State University
Iowa State Daily (Veishea 04-11-211), Iowa State Daily
Iowa State Daily, April 2011
A Guide to Veishea 2011
Surviving To Thriving: Advancing The Institutional Mission, 2011 University of Connecticut - Storrs
Surviving To Thriving: Advancing The Institutional Mission, Brinley Franklin
Academic research libraries can employ several approaches to advance the institutional mission. First, libraries can shift from goals focused on collections and traditional library services and instead align with their campus academic plan and an emphasis on supporting the institution’s strategic initiatives. A second approach is for libraries to modify their organizational structures from being function-based on the tasks that traditional libraries performed (e.g., public services, technical services, collection development) and move instead toward organizational units that directly support their university’s missions (e.g., undergraduate education; graduate and professional education; research, scholarship, and creative activity; and public ...
Grand Valley Forum, Volume 035, Number 29, April 11, 2011, 2011 Grand Valley State University
Grand Valley Forum, Volume 035, Number 29, April 11, 2011, Grand Valley State University
2010-2011, Volume 35
Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.