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  • Student Internship Placement

    Financial support for training and educational activities. MSU offers more than 3,000 assistantships to graduate students. These include research, teaching, administrative, outreach, and residential life positions. A minimum GPA of 3.0 must be maintained to be eligible for a graduate assistantship. The assistantship appointment provides the following benefits: a monthly stipend, a six- to nine-credit tuition waiver, and payment for single person health insurance provided by the University. Additionally, for out-of-state students, a graduate assistantship entitles students to in-state rates on tuition for their remaining credits. The MSU School Psychology program successfully funds all incoming doctoral students (100%) for at least four years of their training through research or teaching assistantships. Students may also review other potential assistantships within the College of Education at the following website: https://education.msu.edu/resources/financial/assistantships.asp The Graduate School also provides students with additional information about their responsibilites as teaching (http://www.reg.msu.edu/AcademicPrograms/Text.asp?Section=112#s514) and research assistants (http://www.reg.msu.edu/AcademicPrograms/Text.asp?Section=111#s354). Doctoral students who receive a teaching assistantship may choose to apply for a tuition waivers via the Graduate Employees Union to cover 3 additional credits beyond the 9 (6 in summer) that are already covered. Students receive…

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  • Career Goals For Clinical Psychologist

    Graduate Record Examination (GRE) V+Q 307 (1200), that means, I have to work really hard to get accepted into this kind of graduate program. But, at some schools that offer this program, GRE scored is optional especially for PsyD programs that are not part of a college, or known as free standing. The acceptance rate for this program is less than 10% for research oriented PhD, 15% for practice oriented, 25% for university department PsyD, and about an estimation of 50% for a free standing PsyD.…

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  • UNCA Gym Observation Report

    general populace and overarching atmosphere. I have been attending gyms regularly for approximately three years now, and while working out and especially while resting I have had the opportunity to partake in one of my favorite idle activities, people watching. The gym provides an environment that is unique in that it is centered around self-improvement and so theoretically carries a higher degree of self awareness with it as well. While one is working on their body’s image I believe that they…

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  • Essay On Atherosclerosis

    topic of causes, the most common cause of atherosclerosis is genetics. Many times when it is diagnosed, the main reason is from issues from their family. It is recommended that one looks at their family history to see if this disease runs along from person to person. There are many ways of lowering the chance of atherosclerosis occurring, but sometimes it just isn’t preventable. Another way of getting this cardiovascular disease is by having a high level of cholesterol in the body. Over time,…

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  • Critical Thinking Research Paper

    ideas are nearly erased from existence, where a spirited generation full of brilliant colors is dulled to a dreary black and white. Sadly, that is this generation. Furthermore, the school systems are beginning to strip away any creativity and love of learning that students may have. Now students regurgitate material at hand and do not engage in the deeper part of thinking. From personal experience, many peers can explain in depth the reality of the boredom for academics in the school system.…

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  • The Plague In The Black Death

    period have extremely morbid accounts of the sheer number of deaths. According to an article from History Times, Agnolo di Tura, a chronicler writes, “...in many places in Siena great pits were dug and piled deep with the multitude of dead…” (“The Black Death: The Greatest Catastrophe Ever”). Mass amounts of people had been dying, but this did not just harm the population. This also crippled the economy and well being of other areas because most of the laborers and farmers in Europe had died.…

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  • The Tragic Hero In Sophocles Antigone

    mercy dwindles, does it? Must you bring me words That crush me utterly? I was dead, and still you kill me. Slaughter was piled high, Ah, then, do not tell me you come to pile it higher: A son dead, then a wife” (385). The personification of Death indicates that Creon is being judged by unstoppable forces and the fact that Death has taken all those he loves but not Creon himself reveals that his punishment is to spend the rest of his…

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  • Rich Vs Poor Research Paper

    the Bible, to show many of the same values that seem to shine out in the poor. He demonstrates compassion (Matthew 9:36) , love (1 John 4:7-8), and a servantship to those around him (Mark 10:45). The poor obtain these values, and the rich have received warning about the consequences of their self-indulgence (James 5:4-6). The greed displayed by the rich has pulled them farther and farther from a Christ-like image. Matthew 25:40 states, “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did…

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  • Quirke's Reputation In Rebecca De Winter And Christine Falls

    ” saying that “Outcast women were sent to convent-run, state-supported laundries for penance and protection (67). Women who had children out of wedlock or were abused by men and children who didn’t have a father were seen as less important than other members of society, and were therefore disposable. Many women and children disappeared to the church without a trace, and without anybody bothering to look for them. Quirke encounters a girl named Maisie, and he doesn’t understand why she seems so…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Immune To Reality By Daniel Gilbert

    would want to happen in their own lives. In the article it is never specified who Gilbert is writing to but it is inferred by those who do read it to be written for well-educated adults, or even for his fellow peers who have argued contrary to Gilbert's beliefs. To relay his information to his audience and readers Gilbert's uses writing appeals that he would use to appeal to his readers. Ethos, pathos, and logos are persuasive tools that are used to help writers to make their argument more…

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