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  • Case Study: Beta Nu Chapter At Ohio State University

    Volunteer and Staff Support Beta Nu Chapter at Ohio State University will receive specialized support and resources to develop a high-functioning chapter that is in alignment with the values of the Fraternity and Ohio State University. A team of staff and volunteer experts has been identified to re-establish Beta Nu Chapter. This team — comprised of members who have expertise in establishing new chapters and working with collegiate women — will work with campus partners to support the chapter. The Extension Coordinator, with support from the volunteer Colonization and Installation Chairman, will work to coordinate the logistics and volunteer support involved in the colonization and installation process. Additional members of the team who…

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  • James Thurber's Experience At Ohio State University

    American humorists in the early twentieth century wrote a story called “University Days” sharing his experiences at Ohio State University. Author James Thurber makes implications by setting the humorous tone for it and showing his frustration about the Middle West higher education at that time. The writer commendably is not afraid of laughing at himself and makes an effort to appeal to realistic Americans concerned about the education of upcoming generations. The story begins with a frustrated…

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  • Personal Narrative: To Make A Cube

    I used various words and picture that best display my hopes for the future. I chose an odd array of words my future including the words Trump, death, Ohio State, and college. I also included a picture of Brutus the Buckeye, the mascot of the Ohio State University. I used the word Trump because I believe he may be the president, which not only affects my future, but the future of many. Although it may be a morbid choice, I used it because I will face it at some point in my life. The next…

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  • Jesse Owens Role Model

    the team practices. Riley and Owens would get up extra early during the week before school and Owens would practice. This takes a lot of determination because Owens would get up, go to practice, go to school, and then go to work everyday. This is a lot for a high school student and takes a lot of determination. However, when Owens went to Ohio State for college. His college coach, Larry Snyder, was a lot like Riley. He knew that there was something special about Owens. Owens attended a meet…

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  • Buckeye Twirl Research Paper

    Our team twirls at campus event and competes in national colligate competitions. We practice three times a week through the school year and continue practicing throughout the summer. Unlike any other team I’ve been a part of, Buckeye Twirl doesn’t have a coach or some type of adult advisor. As members, we are responsible for handling all financial, practical, and organizational situations. We raise all of own funds for competitions, organize twirling camps for young kids each semester, and…

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  • Danger Signs Of Pregnancy Essay

    Medica Medianae, XLVII, 55-59 Aleksandra Matic is apart of the medical faculty at the University of Novi Sad (Serbia). Matic has a MD and a PhD, and focused on pediatrics. Matic has conducted many case studies and has been published over twenty times. The Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome- Case Report was published by the Pediatrics Clinic of the Institute for Health Protection of Children and Youth of Vojvodina. A case study is a case reported focusing on one individual diagnosed with NAS, in this…

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  • Kettering Medical Center Case Study

    Kettering Health Network, located in Kettering, Ohio, is a not-for-profit network of eight hospitals, Kettering College, and over 120 outpatient facilities serving southwest Ohio with nearly 12,000 employees and 2,100 physicians. Patients have access to high quality maternity care, state-of-the-art cancer fighting technology, along with Ohio’s leading heart hospital, as well as revolutionary brain and spine surgery. In the spirit of Seventh-day Adventist health care ministry, Kettering strives…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Grandfather's Legacy

    connection with him. We are the jokesters of our family-together we laugh. We have deep, serious, and important conversations-together we learn. There is not a single soul in the world that I feel more loved by-together we love. Because we laugh, live, and love together-on me he will leave a legacy. My grandfather 's name is Jack Donald Harpool. That name, in different forms, has been many places throughout his life. It was on school papers as a child, on the windows and walls of high school, a…

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  • Assignment 1: Planning And Engaging Stakeholders Paper

    Assignment 1: Planning & Engaging Stakeholders My MSWII filed placement is Ohio Guidestone (Central Ohio, 195 N. Grant Ave, Ste. 250, Columbus, Ohio, 43215). Ohio Guidestone is a diverse organization, dedicated to strengthening children, families and communities through behavioral health treatment and skill building services. Matching with NASW values, it provides a 360o support network like Home and Community Based Counseling and Support, Individual Youth Mentoring, Parent Mentoring, Early…

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  • Essay On Water Advisory

    “23 million pounds of chemicals were dumped into the Ohio river by industries and businesses in 2013”, reported by Jennifer Schack (WLWT News 5 TODAY Weekend Meteorologist). The Ohio River is the main source of water to millions; it borders six states: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia. Since it borders so many states, if a section of the river gets contaminated, the bordering states face the possibility of a water advisory. This was true when my hometown of…

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