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The Opinion Volume 44 Issue 4 – December 1, 2005, The Opinion Dec 2005

The Opinion Volume 44 Issue 4 – December 1, 2005, The Opinion

The Opinion Newspaper (all issues)

The Opinion newspaper issue dated December, 1, 2005


Higher Education Attorneys’ Perceptions Regarding Academic Freedom And Challenges To Academic Freedom, Manuel R. Rupe Dec 2005

Higher Education Attorneys’ Perceptions Regarding Academic Freedom And Challenges To Academic Freedom, Manuel R. Rupe

Dissertations

Higher education attorneys have emerged in recent years as integral participants in the decision and policymaking processes within American higher educationinstitutions. The perceptions of higher education attorneys regarding academic freedom, including professorial, institutional, and student academic freedom, may significantly impact how higher education institutions respond to modern challenges to such freedom. Key challenges to academic freedom as identified in the literature were categorized into four groups for this study (a) judicial or governmental challenges, (b) internal or collegial challenges, (c) institutionalchallenges, and (d) outside or extra-institutional challenges.

An Internet-based survey was sent to higher education attorneys who subscribed to the ...


Taking The Stand: The Lessons Of The Three Men Who Took The Japanese American Internment To Court, Lorraine K. Bannai Nov 2005

Taking The Stand: The Lessons Of The Three Men Who Took The Japanese American Internment To Court, Lorraine K. Bannai

Seattle Journal for Social Justice

No abstract provided.


The Opinion Volume 44 Issue 3 – November 1, 2005, The Opinion Nov 2005

The Opinion Volume 44 Issue 3 – November 1, 2005, The Opinion

The Opinion Newspaper (all issues)

The Opinion newspaper issue dated November, 1, 2005


Assessing The Readiness And Training Needs Of Non-Urban Physicians In Public Health Emergency And Response, Chiehwen Ed Hsu Oct 2005

Assessing The Readiness And Training Needs Of Non-Urban Physicians In Public Health Emergency And Response, Chiehwen Ed Hsu

Chiehwen Ed Hsu

No abstract provided.


2005 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Stephen D. Slane Dr., Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, Friends Of The Michael Schwartz Library Oct 2005

2005 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Stephen D. Slane Dr., Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, Friends Of The Michael Schwartz Library

Scholars and Artists Bibliographies

This bibliography was created for the annual Friends of the Michael Schwartz Library Scholars and Artists Reception, recognizing scholarly and creative achievements of Cleveland State University faculty, staff and emeriti. Dr, Steve Slane was the guest speaker.


The Opinion Volume 44 Issue 2 – October 1, 2005, The Opinion Oct 2005

The Opinion Volume 44 Issue 2 – October 1, 2005, The Opinion

The Opinion Newspaper (all issues)

The Opinion newspaper issue dated October 01, 2005


Unlv Magazine, Erin O'Donnell, Gillian Silver, Lori Bachand, Regina Barcolas, Tony Allen, Gian Galassi, Suzan Dibella, Diane Russell, Doug Mcinnis, Cate Weeks, Jennifer Robison, Holly Ivy De Vore Oct 2005

Unlv Magazine, Erin O'Donnell, Gillian Silver, Lori Bachand, Regina Barcolas, Tony Allen, Gian Galassi, Suzan Dibella, Diane Russell, Doug Mcinnis, Cate Weeks, Jennifer Robison, Holly Ivy De Vore

UNLV Magazine

No abstract provided.


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 47 Number 2, Fall 2005, Santa Clara University Oct 2005

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 47 Number 2, Fall 2005, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

6 - THE DRIVE TO CREATE by Elizabeth Kelley Gillogly '93. Albert Hoagland, an adjunct professor at SCU for more than 20 years, helped to build the first disk drive. Now is he working to preserve the history of magnetic disk storage.

10 - UNFINISHED MESSAGE by Toshio Mori. We share an excerpt from a collection of short stories by Mori, whose work highlights the plight of Japanese immigrants in the U.S. during World War II. The book is a part of the California Legacy Series, a partnership between SCU and Heyday Books.

14 - THE FAMILIAR STRANGER By Cynthia M. Baker ...


Whether Student Or Paralegal, Balance Is Key, Marissa Moran Oct 2005

Whether Student Or Paralegal, Balance Is Key, Marissa Moran

Publications and Research

No abstract provided.


Section 1: Moot Court, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School Sep 2005

Section 1: Moot Court, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School

Supreme Court Preview

No abstract provided.


The Opinion Volume 44 Issue 1 – September 1, 2005, The Opinion Sep 2005

The Opinion Volume 44 Issue 1 – September 1, 2005, The Opinion

The Opinion Newspaper (all issues)

The Opinion newspaper issue dated September, 1, 2005


Allocating The Burden Of Proof In Administrative And Judicial Proceedings Under The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act, Thomas A. Mayes, Perry A. Zirkel, Dixie Snow Huefner Sep 2005

Allocating The Burden Of Proof In Administrative And Judicial Proceedings Under The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act, Thomas A. Mayes, Perry A. Zirkel, Dixie Snow Huefner

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 47 Number 1, Summer 2005, Santa Clara University Jul 2005

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 47 Number 1, Summer 2005, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

9 - A MOGUL IN THE MAKING By Larry Sokoloff J.D. '92 While working toward his business degree, SCU sophomore Tyler Dickman runs a multimillion-dollar business based in Florida.

10 - TOP OF THE CLASS: FOUNDATION HONORS INNOVATIVE SCU PROFESSORS By Kim Kooyers. This year's winners of the Louis and Dorina Brutocao Award for Teaching Excellence and the Brutocao Family Foundation Award for Curriculum Innovation are examples of the SCU's outstanding teaching scholars.

14 - A GLOBAL ETHIC: A CONVERSATION WITH HANS KUNG By Rita Beamish '74 Hans Kung, scholar, Roman Catholic priest, and author of some 50 books on ...


Construire La Liberté Ou Le Défi Haïtien, Bernard Hadjadj Jun 2005

Construire La Liberté Ou Le Défi Haïtien, Bernard Hadjadj

Présence Francophone: Revue internationale de langue et de littérature

The major challenge of Haitian society remains building liberty after emerging from slavery and acquiring independence. Two centuries after the birth of the first Black Republic, the new social contract that rose from this spirit of “living together” is still in penury. The author examines the principal obstacles on the way to building freedom: namely, the inclusion of a large number of the excluded, which implies the dismantling of misery and the promotion of learning; the institution of authority through law and responsibility which presupposes the end of the “master” figure as a symbol of power, as well as that ...


The Opinion Volume 43 Issue 7 – May 1, 2005, The Opinion May 2005

The Opinion Volume 43 Issue 7 – May 1, 2005, The Opinion

The Opinion Newspaper (all issues)

The Opinion newspaper issue dated May 01, 2005


The Opinion Volume 43 Issue 6 – April 1, 2005, The Opinion Apr 2005

The Opinion Volume 43 Issue 6 – April 1, 2005, The Opinion

The Opinion Newspaper (all issues)

The Opinion newspaper issue dated April 01, 2005


Inside Unlv, Gian Galassi, Nancy Syzdek, Erin O'Donnell, Carol C. Harter, Diane Russell, Cate Weeks Apr 2005

Inside Unlv, Gian Galassi, Nancy Syzdek, Erin O'Donnell, Carol C. Harter, Diane Russell, Cate Weeks

Inside UNLV

No abstract provided.


Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 46 Number 4, Spring 2005, Santa Clara University Apr 2005

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 46 Number 4, Spring 2005, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Magazine

8 - 'AN EXTRAORDINARY EVENT' By Elizabeth Kelley Gillogly '93. SCU Music Professor Hans Boepple is a gifted pianist and dedicated teacher.

10 - EMBRACING DIFFERENCES By Adam Breen. Senior Aaron Uchikura spent a summer helping children in Moscow orphanages.

12 - THE KOKO CONNECTION By Victoria Hendel De La O. Senior Tierra Wilson's perseverance landed her a job as a gorilla research assistant and caregiver.

16 - A ROTATION IN ETHICS By Rita Beamish '74. Students learn about the ethics of health care by shadowing doctors and nurses at O'Connor Hospital in San Jose.


Looking Back Without Anger: Reflections On The Boston School Crisis, Robert Wood Mar 2005

Looking Back Without Anger: Reflections On The Boston School Crisis, Robert Wood

New England Journal of Public Policy

This article is taken from the unpublished autobiography of Robert Wood who served as Superintendent of Boston Public Schools from 1978 to 1980 during the difficult period when U.S. District Court Judge W. Arthur Garrity was overseeing court ordered desegregation of schools. After leaving the University of Massachusetts in January 1978, Robert Wood spent six months at the Harvard Graduate School of Education working on a book and considering a possible run for the United States Senate. Suggestion as to his next assignment, however, came from an unexpected source, as he describes below.


Sex Selection & Pre Birth Elimination Of Girl Child, Professor Vibhuti Patel Mar 2005

Sex Selection & Pre Birth Elimination Of Girl Child, Professor Vibhuti Patel

Professor Vibhuti Patel

Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques Act was enacted in 1994 as a result of pressure created by Forum Against Sex-determination and Sex –preselection. But it was not implemented. After another decade of campaigning by women’s rights organisations and public interest litigation filed by CEHAT, MASUM and Dr. Sabu George, The Pre-natal Diagnostics Techniques (Regulation and Prevention of Misuse) Amendment Act, 2002 received the assent of the President of India on 17-1-2003. The Act provides “for the prohibition of sex selection, before or after conception, and for regulation of pre-natal diagnostic techniques for the purposes of detecting genetic abnormalities or metabolic disorders ...


An Analytic Framework For Understanding And Evaluating The Fiduciary Duties Of Educators, Brett G. Scharffs, John W. Welch Mar 2005

An Analytic Framework For Understanding And Evaluating The Fiduciary Duties Of Educators, Brett G. Scharffs, John W. Welch

Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Diversity In Higher Education: The Consideration Of Race In Hiring University Faculty, Suzanne E. Eckes Mar 2005

Diversity In Higher Education: The Consideration Of Race In Hiring University Faculty, Suzanne E. Eckes

Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Opinion Volume 43 Issue 5 – March 1, 2005, The Opinion Mar 2005

The Opinion Volume 43 Issue 5 – March 1, 2005, The Opinion

The Opinion Newspaper (all issues)

The Opinion newspaper issue dated March, 1, 2005


The Analysis Of Air Force Institute Of Technology Theses Related To Contracting, Thomas M. Clohessy Mar 2005

The Analysis Of Air Force Institute Of Technology Theses Related To Contracting, Thomas M. Clohessy

Theses and Dissertations

At the end of March 2005, the final students will graduate from the Air Force Institute of Technology's (AFIT) contracting graduate degree curricula -- consisting at various times of both contract management and strategic purchasing course sequences -- which have been relocated to the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). With the end of the contracting graduate programs at AFIT, it is appropriate to ask what contributions AFIT theses have made to the contracting community. Scholars (e.g., Das and Hanfield, 1997) have argued that thesis and dissertation research is one useful method of determining contributions to the field. The author conducted a ...


The Opinion Volume 43 Issue 4 – February 1, 2005, The Opinion Feb 2005

The Opinion Volume 43 Issue 4 – February 1, 2005, The Opinion

The Opinion Newspaper (all issues)

The Opinion newspaper issue dated February 01, 2005


Critical Thinking Straight From The Heart, Seow Hon Tan Jan 2005

Critical Thinking Straight From The Heart, Seow Hon Tan

Research Collection School Of Law

The state of the hearts of our young people, specifically whether they have the moral courage to stand up for what they believe in, is in the spotlight again with this newspaper's upcoming Youthink pages intended to showcase their views. The Youthink pages might go some way to show if the concern with our youth is well-founded. An interesting issue is raised: What exactly is critical thinking?


The New Idea: Shifting Educational Paradigms To Achieve Racial Equality In Special Education, Robert A. Garda Jr. Jan 2005

The New Idea: Shifting Educational Paradigms To Achieve Racial Equality In Special Education, Robert A. Garda Jr.

Robert A. Garda

African American students are being re-segregated in today's public schools by their disproportionate placement in special education classes for the disabled pursuant to the Individuals With Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA). At the same time, the overall number of children found disabled and entitled to special education under the Act has skyrocketed over the past decade, leaving special education classes with swollen roles and inadequate resources. Congress attempts to remedy this divisive dual eligibility crisis when it re-authorized the IDEA in 2004 by promoting an educational paradigm of individualized instruction in general education. The new IDEA seeks to "fix ...


Big Government And Its Wars On Crime: Crime Control As A Method Of Government Expansionism, Paul R. Rickert Jan 2005

Big Government And Its Wars On Crime: Crime Control As A Method Of Government Expansionism, Paul R. Rickert

Paul R Rickert

The federal government has expanded to meet perceived social needs and as issues come to the forefront that Washington elites believe they can fix. Consequently, they expand the power and role of the government. One way this is done is through progressive criminalization of once held freedoms. Consider the first drug laws, consider the war on poverty, consider the tax code, the new war on drugs, and hate-crimes legislation. Although tax law is not criminal law per-se, in the end, choosing not to pay taxes results in prosecution. Laws and regulations ultimately must have “teeth” for it to be effective ...


Agenda Setting, Issue Priorities, And Organizational Maintenance: The U.S. Supreme Court, 1955 To 1994, Jeff L. Yates, Andrew B. Whitford, William Gillespie Jan 2005

Agenda Setting, Issue Priorities, And Organizational Maintenance: The U.S. Supreme Court, 1955 To 1994, Jeff L. Yates, Andrew B. Whitford, William Gillespie

Jeff L Yates

In this study, we examine agenda setting by the U.S. Supreme Court, and ask the question of why the Court allocates more or less of its valuable agenda space to one policy issue over others. Our study environment is the policy issue composition of the Court's docket: the Court's attention to criminal justice policy issues relative to other issues. We model the Court's allocation of this agenda space as a function of internal organizational demands and external political signals. We find that this agenda responds to the issue priorities of the other branches of the federal ...