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  • College Choice Research Paper

    When it comes down to picking a college, people have many different criteria based on what they are looking for in an institution. For myself, it is not about the frat life and I can care less about the size of the campus. There are three things that really matter to me. The first is the fact that the school offers my major. As a Hoosier that grew up around a basketball, I would love the opportunity to continue my basketball career. And finally the proximity to home, and what is around the town. I have narrowed my school choices to three. The first is Manchester University, a liberal arts school in North Manchester, Indiana. My second choice for college is Indiana University-Bloomington a public university in, guess what town, Bloomington, Indiana. A third option for my next step in education is Anderson University a liberal arts institution in Anderson, Indiana. It may seem like there is not much of a difference between three Indiana schools, but the differences they have may change the perception of my college destination. Major Manchester University Manchester University has a sports management degree that on paper seems to have success for a smaller school, where connections are key for the degree (Sport Management). During a visit to Manchester, I had the chance to meet with Doctor Ryan Hedstrom, a sports management…

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  • Observation Of Nonverbal Communication

    there were people also sitting down with others having conversations or by themselves during schoolwork, and there were also people walking in and out of the student center. This affected the conversation because at times this caused noise to our conversation, that caused us to be distracted at times, since we were focusing on different things instead of the conversation. Over time we were able to adjust to environment of our conversation. Our individual factors also played a role in our…

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  • Conflict In Breaking Away

    Breaking Away is about Dave, Mike, Cyril, and Moocher, best friends who have decided to stay home one additional year after they have graduated from Bloomington High. This group of guys, as well as other people who live and work in Bloomington, and do not attend Indiana University are referred to as “cutters”. In the movie, cutters have a negative. Dave, the main character in the movie, has taken the false identity of an Italian cyclist. Dave’s heroes in this movie are the Italian cyclists that…

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  • Reflective Essay: Kelley School Of Business

    I was in 10th grade and in my second year at one of the most prestigious college prep schools in the county; but I was miserable. I chose to attend this school because it impressed my parents and other adults, but I never considered whether the school was right for me. In 9th grade, I focused on my work and did not allow myself to feel the effects of the cold and unforgiving environment. However, in 10th grade my lack of connection to peers and teachers at the school became undeniable. I tried…

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  • Research Paper On Felons

    Felons with a second chance Introduction According to Bloomington housing authority “If a felon has engaged in any violent criminal activity, or in any other criminal activity that would affect other tenants’ health, safety, or right to peaceful enjoyment of the premises will not be accepted for public housing or section 8. Therefore, some paroles that have serious drug felons are left having no governmental assisted housing. As a result, paroles are stuck in finding housing in the privatized…

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  • Action Item 2-Conduct Meeting

    maximize our patient volume by 50 percent. Five staff members will be selected (three from medical staff and two from supportive staff) on the meeting day. The selected staff members will perform this tasks two months after the meeting. Goal 2: Maintain high patient satisfaction by providing quality health care services Action Item 1: build patient friendly staff We value our patients more than anything, therefore, maintaining high patient satisfaction is our priority. To build such a patient…

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  • Aloha Construction Case Study

    The company offered 12 tickets to a VIP box at a Chicago Bulls game. The generous gift was received by Anthony Lynch, a 12-year-old boy with congenital heart disease. He had the experience of a lifetime in the box suite at the Chicago Bulls game in March with eleven of his friends. This event only set the tone for many more generous acts from Aloha Construction throughout the year. The company also hosted the Bloomington Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Month in March, and made it possible for…

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  • The Quadrangles

    Team 3494 The Quadrangles, located in Bloomington, Indiana, may think they’re a bunch of squares; however, they don’t think you have to be a square to be a Quadrangle. People, as well as ideas, can come in all shapes and sizes, but all can take the form of a Quadrangle. The team’s mission statement since their rookie season eight years ago includes inspiring “high school students to develop a strong foundation of applicable skills and knowledge in science, technology, engineering, mathematics,…

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  • Passion For Dentistry

    Ever since I was in third grade I have always had a passion for dentistry. I love going to the dentist and have always thought becoming a dentist would be ideal for me. I have recently job shadowed my dentist. While job shadowing, I gained an abundance of knowledge by watching and questioning. He has been very helpful in my decision to pursue dentistry. In my sophomore year I also found a new passion for chemistry; I could apply this newfound passion to dentistry. My love for chemistry began my…

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  • Indiana University Education Case Study

    and enriches the multiple perspectives developed by a liberal education (Hyman & Jacobs, 2009, p. 1). Along with students, this case affects the faculty because one of Indiana University’s greatest and central strengths has been liberal education; however, the amount of diversity at the university still suffers. According to the IU Spring 2016 Enrollment and Student Tracking Report, out of the 44,546 students on the Bloomington campus, 71.4% are White. However, the percentage of black students…

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