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  • Case Study Of UMBC And RLM Communication Technology

    concept, we will be able to truly assess the end product challenge. 3.3 Intellectual Property Intellectual Property rights and rights to any resultant patents will be retained by RLM. 3.4 NSF Lineage This project does not have roots in non-SBIR NSF Funding. 4 The Company/Team (1-3 Pages) 4.1 Founders and Key Participants RLM Communications, Inc. was founded 12 years ago by President and CEO, Mr. Randy Moore. Mr. Moore is a military retiree with diverse communications and technology experience. Throughout the past 12 years, RLM has provided advanced information technology solutions to commercial and federal customers from multiple federal agencies. RLM is a privately owned, certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Small Disadvantaged Business. The key participants in Phase I of this research project are Dr. Curtis Charles, Vice President of Research, Development and Innovation at RLM Communications. Dr. Charles conducted graduate research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), which was supported by LaForet Engineering, Japan. In addition, Dr. Charles was the Founding Executive Director of the Center for Defense and Homeland Security (CDHS) at Fayetteville State University. The CDHS included 22 multidisciplinary faculty who conducted funded research (including for NSF) in Cyber Security threats; National Security challenges; Homeland Security/GIS; and STEM Education and Outreach. Through Dr. Charles’ expansive research network,…

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  • INFO 200 Reflection Essay

    I feel that taking up INFO 200 was one of the best decisions I have ever taken at the University Of Washington. It has opened a whole new perspective of looking at things for me. Previously any new technological discoveries or advances used to make me compute in my mind about the things used to create it, the data structures and the language that goes into making it, etc. However, after taking up this class my perspective has shifted to things like the design issues, the flaws with the user…

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  • Berkleeice Argumentative Essay

    Students come to Berklee to do the impossible in the music industry. Innovation and creativity are what drive the industry forward. Berklee graduates are helped guided for careers as entrepreneurs in the fast changing music business. Entrepreneurialism is fast paced and is the most valuable asset for students to enhance in the competitive music environment Recently Berklee has launched a project that will help foster the creation of a new service/project/business that will help some the major…

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  • Evolution Of Hacking

    We live in a world where we strive for technological advancements. Over the years we have seen nothing but progression in technology; that also means a progression in knowledge. The more we learn, the more we can create. With the advancements, we see in technology today, the more society learns. Whether that be basic computer functions, browsing the web, and even using an OS program. However, other individuals seek to find out more than just those things. With the latest technology, many people…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Sarah Aoun's The Huffington Post

    Gender divides nearly everything, from colors to toys. The simple mention of the color pink conjures images of numerous ideas and stereotypes associated with girls, while blue creates the same for boys. In her article for The Huffington Post, Sarah Aoun discusses the extension of this division into the sector of technology in higher education and beyond. The opening of her article works to establish the presence of a pronounced lack of women in the tech field, Aoun then takes the reader through…

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  • Essay On Explorer Parenting

    The explorer conditioning technique (ECT): Treat a new task as a quest for new discoveries. To be able to perform at your peak, you have to love what you are doing. Whether it’s acting, bartending or washing dishes, you have to learn to love what you do. One way to achieve this is to technically act like any explorer would, which is to be thrilled by something new every day (or treat everything as such even when it’s not new). It should be as if each task you were making were coming…

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  • Lord Of The Flies Movie Vs Play Analysis

    Entertainment is available in many ways, shapes, and forms in today’s world of technology. Oftentimes we may find that these methods of entertainment are tools for information or even criticism. These criticisms often extend over various forms of media, with the same message being delivered in a different way. This can be seen in Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, which is not only a classic literary novel but also a play. The play version of Lord of the Flies, in which I attended, although…

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  • Importance Of The Illinois Institute Of Technology

    A Chance to expand an Innovative mindset, that is what the Illinois Institute of Technology means to me. I believe IIT has the resources necessary to sharpen and develop my mind and bring forth new technology, ideas, and improve our quality of life. Going behind test scores and diplomas, making real change in the world. By telling my story and who I am. Through Illinois institute of Technology i aim to positively have an impact in this ever changing world. I hope that to be given the chance. I…

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  • How Did Carnegie And Rockefeller Change American Society

    technical schools expanded over the years and they are known today as Carnegie Mellon University. “The Gospel of Wealth” is the idea that was spread by Carnegie that those who amassed wealth had an obligation to use that wealth to improve the lives of others (Foner, 609). In a similar way, Rockefeller was known for giving much of his money away and helped to promote education and research (Foner, 599). According to the University of Chicago, Rockefeller made a donation of $600,000 in the late…

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  • Case Study Of Clayton State University MBA Program

    Clayton State University: MBA Program Pitch Marketing Expectations Clayton State University’s MBA program is targeted to the working-class as well as first and second degree managers that desire to move up. The focus of the MBA program is to meet their needs for personal tangency and support, while making it a priority to improve learning, retention, and graduation rates. Given our student needs and limited system resourcefulness, we plan to continue to offer a focused set of academic…

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