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    Each professor has a different experience but they all show the importance on creating and keeping a global community. Also, all of these professors have more than 10 years of experience in teaching. Therefore, the result of this small study may not be relevant for adjunct professors, community professors, or professors who are just starting this career. Also, in this sample, all of them experienced traveling abroad, thus this results may not apply for professors who did not traveled abroad. Lastly, data was retrieved through semiformal interviews, mostly with the following open questions: 1. Tell me a little bit of your curriculum and experience as an educator. 2. Have you ever traveled abroad? How often? (Academic purposed only please). 3. Did you take advantage of a program, scholarship or the like? If not, what made you go overseas? 4. How much of importance you institution played on you going abroad? 5. How many languages do you speak? 6. Is there a sense of Global Community Faculty that you are part of? If so, how much does this interaction change or have changed your career? 7. How has been your experience with the global community faculty, so far? 8. How often do you communicate with your international faculty? 9. The communication with your global community faculty, is it more academically related or friendly related? Those were the main questions, yet according to their response different follow up question were made, all recorded by taking notes on a computer.…

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    Pharmacology Case Study

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    Names and qualifications of all relevant personnel, with biosketch forms completed ● Key Individuals ○ Co-PIs: ○ Michael A. Burman Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychology. K-12 Neuroscience Outreach Coordinator. PI on NIH AREA grant. ○ Edward Bilsky Ph.D. Professor, Department of Biomedical Sciences, COM. Vice President for Research and Scholarship. Senior faculty member and senior administrator at UNE, over 70 publications in opioid, addiction and pain fields with continuously…

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    Today, MSC went to Robert's Day Habilitation meeting at 15 W 65th street, New York, NY. His MSC Ms. Jarrett, Social Worker Judy Cohen, Nurse Melanine Tabenessa, Staff Sherwin Titre and Clinical Supervisor Jennfier Defelice, Mother Ms. Gaines and Robert. We waited on the residential staff, then received a call from the Residential Manager. She stated and emergency came up and their staff won't be able to make it to the meeting. Judy stated that Robert has been doing good. He has adjusted well…

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    Overcrowding Essay

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    criminal justice system. One example was the emergence of Roper’s (1989) the Prison Review: Te Ara Hou: The New Way. This report emerged from a commission of inquiry into the prison system by the government (Newbold, 2007). A committee was set up for an investigation into the issue of overcrowding. The inquiry collected an extensive range of submissions from the New Zealand public, questioning for alternatives to this issue (Newbold, 2007). The aim was to synthesise all the immense data and to…

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    Breaking Women Summary

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    punishment by establishing polices like minimum sentences, expanded use of the death penalty, and the three strike law (McCorkel 6). The prison she visits is called Project Habilitate Women which is a habilitation prison. She claims that these habilitation prisons actually don’t help the women in prison, but instead break them down. They drill into their head that a crime “possesses a self” and “the person is the problem” (McCorkel 86). They try to convince the women who sign up for this program…

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    Re Entry Definition

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    This ideation pertains to the sociocultural aspects which in turn resulted in a breakdown of social control institutions. One aspect of which helped lead to the transcarceration effect pertains to failure of informal social control institutions within impoverished neighborhoods. Some examples of which include: churches, passing schools, close familial bonds, etc. A prime instance would be, financial assistance programs which originally served as pro-social controls have now diminished and in…

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    CHARGE Syndrome

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    The objective of this study that Edwards, Kileny, and Van Riper presented was to provide detailed information regarding twenty-two individuals with a condition characterized by ocular coloboma, heart defects, atretic choanae, retarded growth, and ear anomalies or hearing loss, otherwise known as CHARGE syndrome. CHARGE syndrome may include other conditions not mentioned in the acronym that have been reported, such as orofacial clefts, facial palsy, vestibular anomalies, and trachea-esophageal…

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    it fresh. Cannon and Yang (2006) also establish that with the type of fish that was found, it is ethnographically recorded as "preferable for storage because of their low fat content " (Cannon and Yang, 2006). In addition to stored salmon, herring in the spring is a good indication that the occupation of the Namu was year round. Although storage and settlement isn't necessary for hunter gatherers it does contribute to a better way of survival and is "widely linked to population growth, surplus…

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    CMDS 366- Motor Habilitation Task
Reflection Neuroplasticity -Transference Neuroplasticity is the brains ability to change and adapt in response to physiological or environmental changes. There are 10 principles of neuroplasticity, we were assigned the principle of transference. Transference is when one learned behaviour has an enhanced affect on the acquisition of a similar behaviour. For this assignment our goal was to design a small case test to research motor habilitation and whether…

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    To conclude, there has been a lack of care to those who suffer from mental illness. Asylums have been shut down, and most of the mentally ill have been confined in prison when they deserve to have better care. The Peter Wagner published in Prison Policy Initiative his article of “Incarceration is not a solution to mental illness,” where he informs how unfair the “solution” for mental illness is unfair. On paragraph six, Wagner states, “A variety of different studies were cited by Overby,…

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