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  • Worcester Art Museum Case Study

    Project Overview Our project aims at identifying an organization, understanding its current business processes and help it with innovative, reasonable and effective solutions. We further concentrated on identifying the activities where information systems can be applied and can lead to innovation. To understand practical issues deeper, we searched for an organization which could benefit from innovative IT solutions. We chose an organization which we can visit, connect and communicate with easily, to get more information on their issues. To attain our goal, we decided to work with the library of Worcester Art Museum (WAM). After visiting this organization several times, we analyzed the situations of the library. We had a detailed conversation with the librarian, and finally decided to work on 2 major issues which the library faces. We know how public libraries serve as a valuable community resource – a learning place for people from all walk of live. Thus, taking advantage of technology world, our plan included resolving the library issues with technological innovations. Although we had planned to use the technology considering the adoptive nature of the library staff. Especially, in this…

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  • Descriptive Essay: The City Of Downtown Worcester

    Downtown Worcester is comprised of office buildings, clothing stores, restaurants, small cafes, and governmental offices such as City hall and Worcester Federal building. The common oval serves as the center location for big events that takes place throughout the year. Few weeks ago, Worcester held their first Pow Wow event at the common oval, where artist from all over the world came to display their artwork. During our walk, we saw few of the murals on the street that was painted during the…

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  • Breann Powell's Role In Occupational Therapy

    Breann Powell is an eighteen year old female and she is currently an Occupational Therapy student at Worcester State University. For this profile she filled out a “time study” that she recorded her activities for four days, an interest check list that she labeled different activities as a casual interest, a strong interest, or no interest, and she took a life balance inventory which gives life balance scores based on what she is interested in and how often she gets to do those things. Roles and…

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  • Supreme Court Case: Worcester V. Georgia

    1800’s. The struggle escalated in 1830 when Andrew Jackson passed the Indian Removal Act (“Worcester”). As a result, new issues arose on a fight that had been around for centuries between the Native Americans and the Americans. One major collateral outcome of this act is the Supreme Court case, Worcester vs. Georgia. This case and the results of it turned out to be a major step forward for the Native Americans fighting for their rights and freedom during this time. There were many events…

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  • Worcester Cold Storage Fire Case Study

    Introduction The Worcester cold storage fire arose on December 3rd 1999, killing 6 firefighters. This fire; even though it was a tragedy was a blessing in disguise because it gave fire fighters a new perspective on firefighting. The cause of the fire is reported to be started by 2 homeless men who were seeking shelter in the Worcester warehouse. Its been said that the fire started from a candle tipping over that the homeless men lit, and left without reporting the fire. The fire was finally…

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  • Going Back To School Full Time Essay

    For years I wondered was it possible to go to school fulltime and work fulltime? I wondered how more and more people were able to juggle full time work, and going back to school full-time? It did not seem like there was enough hours in the day to work and go to school. I often wondered if I would be to stressful to work and go to school fulltime. A study was done from Worcester State College in Worcester, Massachusetts for enrolled students over the age of 60. When asked, “ What would you…

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  • Community Identification Essay

    demographics, health indicators and services, provide essential information facilitating the requirements of a community. APRNs can prepare for these challenges of health care disparity, through prior assessment of the community. Worcester County, the chosen community for assessment, is situated centrally in the state of Massachusetts (City of Worcester, 2014b). Community Description Topography Worcester County’s topography consists of 95.83% land and 65.95% water. The percentage of land and…

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  • The History Of Worcester's Union Station

    architecture every day. It is physically impossible not to and because of this, it is incredibly easy to take it for granted and to forget about all the thought and care that was taken to create such huge feats. Worcester’s Union Station is located directly off of highway 190 in Worcester, Massachusetts. Thousands of people pass by it on a daily basis without even realizing that it is something more than a “pretty train station”. Before we begin, let’s answer the question of just why are train…

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  • Manipulation In Niccolo Machiavelli's The Prince

    the court, Machiavellian characters such as Henry, Worcester, and even Hal, illustrate how human nature is self-centered and power-driven. When Henry criticizes Hal, he says, “Which now doth that I would not have it do: / Make blind itself with foolish tenderness. / [weeping]” (3.2.90-93). These lines are particularly interesting for the reason that the reader is left unaware of whether or not Henry is being genuine or using the Machiavellian principles of manipulation to illicit an emotional…

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  • How Did Andrew Jackson Impact On Indian Culture

    Andrew Jackson impacted the lives of Indians after he signed the Indian removal act of 1830. This was supposed to be a peaceful process for the Indians, but caused many problems, and forced Indians off of their land. There were protests from both Indians and whites who did not agree with the Indian Removal Act, but whites wanted more land. The Indian Removal Act was a turning point in American history because of its impacts in Indian culture, Native relationships with Americans, and the creation…

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