Nashville State Community College (NSCC) is a comprehensive, regionally accredited, two-year community college in Nashville, Tennessee operated by the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) which is one of the "two systems of public higher education in Tennessee" (TBR, 2015). The TBR was authorized by the Tennessee General Assembly passed in 1972, and it is the sixth-largest system of public higher education in the United States enrolling over 200,000 students. (TBR, 2015). Nashville State Community College is described to be a public social agency whose mission is to provide social services in which it consists of instructors, professionals, students – undergrad or graduates, staff including social workers (Ashman & Hull, 2001). A public social
This is not only a benefit to the environment, but it also benefits the shareholders as a more efficient company will turn a better profit. Suncor has made it a goal to improve energy efficiency by 10% by 2015. To do this is had focused on developing technologies to increase energy efficiency and recapture. Carbon capture and storage (CCS), Integrated CO2 Network (ICO2N) and CO2 Capture Project (CCP3) are all developed policy and technology projects that have been deployed throughout the Suncor organization. Suncor is also taking a leadership role in Carbon Management Canada (CMC). Suncor is revisiting future growth project designs to evaluate GHG reduction opportunities. Suncor is also participating in advanced research on GHG abatement technologies through CMC, ICO2N, CCP3 and other groups.
Two specific groups that I identify with as part of my decision to attend Columbia Southern University is based on my family and work. As an individual my choice to attend is based on my own desire to achieve a higher education in order to obtain a job that is satisfactory to the life and goals I have mapped out for myself. By having a job for which I have specifically attended school for, it will allow me to get and sustain a career conducive to my own happiness and prosperity. While my own individual choice to attend school is great, I have a family that encouraged me greatly in this decision. Both my mother and father, between the two, have a Master’s degree in criminal justice, and a Bachelor's degree in paramedic studies. Naturally
Final Exam Lauren Vescio Eastern Kentucky University Working as a loss control consultant for XYZ manufacturing company, various aspects of information need to be acquired prior to visiting. Assessing procedures for safety awareness and loss prevention practices, while reporting outcomes, and then deliberating with the underwriters. Within XYZ manufacturing company these areas include the following topics: record logs, the number of workers, ergonomics, the hazard level, training and orientation plans, and previous work recovery programs. Developing a new policy for XYZ manufacturing company will be produced through evaluation and modification of these areas.
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density than what is required by ASHRAE 90. 1 – 2007. For the whole campus, they use a natural gas cogeneration system that provides heating and cooling to the facility through a variable air volume system. While using this natural cogeneration system, it is predicted energy use intensity outperforms the current 2030 Challenge target even before renewable systems were considered.
South Texas College has locations conveniently located throughout Hidalgo and Starr counties. The Pecan Campus in McAllen, Mid-Valley Campus in Weslaco and Starr County Campus in Rio Grande City offer traditional college programs. The Nursing Allied Health Campus and the Technology Campus in McAllen provide specialized training for students entering the workforce. In addition, South Texas College has Workforce Training Centers at the Technology Campus and the Mid-Valley and Starr County campuses. The Percentage of applicants submitted is 58%.Students who do not qualify for admission under either of the above conditions are admitted if they are at least 18 years of age and submit placement score test results from the Texas Success Initiative
Why All San Franciscans Should Switch to CleanPowerSF Lawrence M. Ling Author Lawrence M. Ling is a Project Pull Mentor’s Assistant in the Policy and Government Affairs Team of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. He is an undergraduate student at the University of California: Los Angeles who majors in Political Science, and he strongly believes that CleanPowerSF is the best solution to the growing trend of global warming.
The Annapolis city government has aimed to reduce emissions by 75% by the year 2025 as well as achieve carbon neutrality by the year 2050 (Savidge 2010). In order to achieve these goals, the city government has committed to reducing energy usage by 10% in public facilities by 2017 and 15% by 2020 (Savidge 2010). The city government also plans to achieve 25% of their energy from renewable sources as well as providing greener and more energy efficient upgrades to public facilities and city transportation (Savidge 2010). The Annapolis community has aimed to reduce emissions by 50% by the year 2025 as well as achieve carbon neutrality by the year 2050 (Savidge 2010). The community has been and will continue to actively encourage locals to purchase green and renewable energy, use alternative forms of transportation, increase recycling and reduce trash production, and to preform energy efficiency upgrades (Savidge 2010). Such efficiency upgrades could take place in the form of financing home energy improvements, energy efficient mortgages, energy smart schools, or zero interest loans for energy conservation and “green energy projects (Roseland 2012).” Mark Roseland published a paper on sustainability “solutions for citizens and their governments” that outlines the benefits that simple energy efficient upgrades can achieve (Roseland 2012). He states examples where residents can save over $1000 each year on oil, gas, and electric bills while reducing their emissions through local
1. Parties: Grove City College, individually and on behalf of its students; Marianne Sickafuse; Kenneth J. Hockenberry; Jennifer S. Smith and Victor E. Vouga v. Terrel Bell, Secretary of Education 2. Court Where Decided: Supreme Court of the United States 3. Cause of Action Causes of action in this case included: discrimination, gender & sex discrimination and
UCM: CPSW did a home visit for Lance and Ashley. Both children were outside playing with their bicycle. Ashley seemed to be engaged little more than Lance during the visit. Both stated that they are excited that school will start soon for them. The foster parent ( Ms. Dawn) stated that Lance still sees his therapy and it seems to help him with his aggressive behavior at the day care. Ashley was standing next to the CP and quietly listening to the conversation. Ms. Dawn asked Ashley if she can go and play while grownups are talking. Very quickly Ashley got upset and started screaming. Ms. Dawn tried to help Ashley to calm down and it escalated more. CP gave little time Ms. Dawn so she can help Ashley to calm down. Shortly after the screaming
Southern New Hampshire University This case study discusses the differences between Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and other well-known universities such as Berkley, Harvard and Stanford. For instance, SNHU College of Online and Continuing Education is not vanity project, unlike other big name colleges such as Harvard and Stanford who offers online classes for its purpose of mostly a branding exercise (Pearce & Robinson, 2015). Furthermore, SNHU differs from other colleges in their admissions processes, graduation rates, lower prices, and the way they address quality in their programs (Kingkade, 2014). SNHU is one of the fastest growing and most dynamic private, non-profit universities in the country (Pearce et al., 2015). According
Trinity Christian College, a private institution established in 1959, is located on a 52-acre suburban campus in Palos Heights, Illinois. Although the college roots are in Reformed Christianity, the college welcomes a wide range of denominations and traditions. Trinity was granted a charter by the state of Illinois in 1959 to award bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees in an assortment of fields. In addition, many of the programs offered at Trinity have professional certification and accreditation.
Regarding Pennsaid 2% 3.8 fluid ounces 1 pump with no refill, ODG states that Pennsaid (diclofenac topical solution 1.5% containing 45.5% dimithyl sulfoxide) is FDA-approved for osteoarthritis of the knee. However, ODG then goes on to state that Pennsaid is not recommended as a first-line treatment; topical diclofenac is recommended for osteoarthritis after failure of an oral NSAID or contraindications to oral NSAIDs, and after considering the increased risk profile with diclofenac, including topical formulations. This is a chronic pain patient and it is noted that the patient has contraindication to oral NSAIDs, due to history of gastric bypass. However, there is no evidence that the patient’s complaints are osteoarthritic in nature. In addition, imaging reports were not provided. 12/15/15 notice of certification by Arissa indicated that Vicodin was approved. The latest progress note also mentioned that the patient is currently on Voltaren gel for pain control. It
On the same note, the energy revolution spoken of above brings forth another advance in the ongoing global climate situation. The nature of the Kyoto Protocol calls for nations to increase research and eventually semi-convert their energy usage to accommodate for cleaner energy. Products such as solar power, wind power, biomass, geothermal power, and hydropower are now widely being studying to create processes that use less coal, oil, and natural gas in production. Altogether the results have