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    growth. Those who continue their education should find advancement opportunities to remain healthy." (Financial and Accounting Manager). It is more common for a financial manager to have job advancement opportunities if they have experience and education. Job advancements are more likely available for Financial Managers when they have experience in the field and know what they are doing and when they have a degree. Job advancements are available for the accountants and financial managers who have experience and the ones who have a degree because it shows that they know what they are doing. Moving up from positions are possible for accountants and financial managers especially when they have gained experience and when they have earned their degrees and…

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    Summary of “Should Undergraduates Specialize?” In the essay titled “Should Undergraduates Specialize?,” written by Dr. Patrick Allitt and published in Reading for Writers in New York in 2013, Dr. Allitt compares secondary education systems of the US and the UK, specifically the colleges of Emory University in America and Oxford University in the UK, and discusses whether or not the current system in the US should be changed. He compares many things between the two colleges, such as overall…

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    In 1945, Ernst Boris Chain was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for creating Penicillin and “in addition to the Nobel Prize, he received many honorary degrees and awards, including the Silver Berzelius Medal of the Swedish Medical Society, the Pasteur Medal of the Pasteur Institute and the Societé de Chimie Biologique, the Paul Ehrlich Centenary Prize, the Gold Medal for Therapeutics of the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London,” and “was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1969” (Science and…

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    Forensic Scientist

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    To be a Forensic Scientist you will need a degree in either a scientific or biological subject, chemistry, or forensic science. A degree in statistics and geology also is very helpful for the job. Since there is such a competition for the job, getting a MSc or PhD in forensic science is very helpful also, anthropology and archaeology can also be very beneficial. The best colleges to go to for this career would be, University of Mississippi in Oxford, University of Central Florida, and Loyola…

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    University of Georgia The University of Georgia is the oldest state-chartered university in the U.S. The university started in 1785 with the mission of enhancing the state’s cultural, intellectual and environmental heritage. The historic north campus is a designated historic district in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The University of Georgia is a flagship university that is located in the town of Athens, which is near the capital of Atlanta. It is one of the highest ranking…

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    Jeremy Black is a professor of History at the University of Exeter. He studied at Queens' College Cambridge, St John's College Oxford, and Merton College Oxford before joining the University of Durham as a lecturer. Where he gained his PhD and ultimately his professorship. He has authored over 100 books, mainly in 18th century British politics and international relations. Black claims Napoleon was more than a conqueror, that his deeds go beyond military exploits. Black states that Napoleon was a…

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    member of the National Institute of Arts and Letters in 1916, and published his third book of poetry, “Mountain Interval” which included “Out, Out,” and “The Road Not Taken.” Henry Holt had then taken the position of Frost’s publisher. Many journalist companies such as the Atlantic Monthly had at first turned Frost down, but now came calling. He taught at Dartmouth and Amherst College, but his most significant association was with the latter. In 1924, he won a Pulitzer Prize in New Hampshire and…

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    1 INTRODUCTION In early 20th century Indian students were likely to start migrating abroad to studies. Students from India choose their destination to abroad for higher studies. Students choose for abroad education to get better career opportunities than their home country after completion of education in abroad. One of the main factors that will decide students to study abroad is the search for a better life. Getting a degree from foreign universities will boost the chances of getting a good…

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    Santiago, considered as a child prodigy, received a lot of awards and achievements even during her school years. She graduated as valedictorian in elementary, high school, college - with an average grade of 1.1, and cum laude from the University of the Philippines College of Law. She even broke the record of 50-year male dominance in U.P.'s famous student newspaper, Philippine Collegian by becoming the first female editor-in-chief. She also did post doctoral studies in Oxford University,…

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    Adult emperor penguins weigh from 50 to 100 pounds and varies by sex, with males weighing more than females. It is the fifth heaviest living bird species, after only the larger varieties of ratite (CRC Handbook of Avian Body masses by John B. F Dunning. CRC press (1992), ISBN 978-0-8493-4258-5). Like all penguin species, emperor penguins have streamlined bodies to minimize drag while swimming, and wings that are more like stiff, flat flippers (Williams, Tony D. (1995). The Penguins. Oxford,…

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