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    During my first semester at Georgia Southwestern State University, I realized that there are several positive and negative aspects to living on campus. As a student who lives on campus, I observe these every day. Some aspects are beneficial to students like the fitness center and student organizations because they help to enhance the health, intellect, and entertainment of life on campus. Some aspects are not beneficial to students like the lack of cleanliness in the dormitories and the food in the

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    campus but in life in general. I embrace my Latin roots, my minority community, and my third world roots. I also recognize I consists of a community of Hispanic Organization Promoting Education Alumni, Meadowcreek High school Alumni, HoPe Agents, Georgia State students, Goizueta Scholars, of first generation students, and a community of women. I personally believe that these communities define me just as much as I

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    In the pursuit of my master’s degree in social work my interest is align with Georgia State University (GSU) mission statement. I would like to work in the field of children, youth and family services working diligently every day to provide families with the strength and resources to overcome society social issues such as poverty, racial disparities in health care, domestic violence, and homelessness. My passion is to work hands on in vulnerable populations fixing the problems at the core of the

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    technology to achieve his goals but what more needed is the proper guidance in using the technology. A complete teacher does this work. The very same reason makes me apply to Georgia State University. The excellent faculty in Public Health department and the opportunities that the University offers propelled me to choose your University for pursuing my Masters Degree. Since childhood, I had a deep interest for the Health and Biological Sciences. My growing interest to learn about the life and living things

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    Critical Insight Paper Lori Starr Georgia College and State University Critical Insight Paper The process of Evidence Based Practice is not truly complete until research translation occurs. Research translation is the transfer of research to the clinical setting where practices can be implemented, evaluated, and communicated. Research is produced and published at high rates while changes in education and practice are slow (Doody, 2011). There are multiple research translation models that

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    Congratulations! We are excited to inform you of your acceptance to the Georgia State community. (…)” . Receiving this letter, in May 2016, was one of the most beautiful things I ever dreamed of. It was a new journey that was about to start for me, an Ivorian student. I am the second college student, after my mother in my family. But being accepted at Georgia State University was another level. When I started my applications, Georgia State University was not part of my projects. Why? For the simple reason that

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    In today’s educational field I plan to apply my knowledge of everything that I have learned at Georgia State University. In my time at Georgia State, I have developed a way of teaching that is equally focused—as much as possible—on children, faculty and staff, up and coming curriculum, classroom management skills, and continued learning and educational growth. I will expand upon each of these focuses throughout this paper. Children learn in various ways, and need various teaching methods and

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    Currently, I am a business manager at Georgia State University, a public university that enrolls 50,000-60,000 students a year. We equip students with financial aid, and student account services throughout the year. In order to carry out, student services the university hires a number of new staff members each year. Hiring the right people and training them properly is a constant concern of the university. Primarily the hiring process seems clear-cut: post a job description online, review applicant’s

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    I am considering attending either Vanderbilt University or the University of Georgia. Neither of these schools is beyond driving distance from home, and they are both well-known and respected universities. Both schools are somewhat challenging to be accepted to, but UGA accepts more people than Vanderbilt. UGA is in Athens, Georgia, while Vandy is in Nashville, Tennessee. I want to learn more about the cost of attendance and scholarships available to me, the criteria for acceptance, and the environment

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    Schools boards and admission offices would intentionally stall in reading or deciding on applications sent in by people of color. In the case of Horace Ward at the University of Georgia, it took over two months before the admissions board even began to look at his application, and once they picked it up the school decided it needed to create a “special committee” that would interview Ward to decide on his capability. He was

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