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    Using the process for significance determination it is clear which environmental aspects are affecting the University of Waterloo to an extent that action must be taken. The first activity that was looked at was buildings, equipment, lighting, and use devices across campus. The environmental aspect of this is the electricity used from the Ontario grid, which is approximated to be 95,000,000 kWh per year. It was concluded that this activity impacts the organization’s energy usage, and well as resource

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    opportunity to take part in the research of this field throughout my undergraduate degree but have not been able to explore it as in depth as I could through a graduate degree. Completing a Master 's of Applied Science in I/O psychology at the University of Waterloo will allow me to reach this goal as I know that research is an integral part of the program. As such, my current interest in career choices are focused on the teaching and research aspects of being a professor. My recent experience as an Honours

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    Mike Lazaridis, a Canadian entrepreneur who was born in Istanbul, Turkey, 1961, is one of the most significant entrepreneurs in Canada. Mike is the institutor of RIM which stands for Research in Motion and it was established in Waterloo, Ontario, 1984. RIM focuses on electronics, computer sciences, and the development of technology on devices. Research in Motion enhances telecommunications by providing text messages, wireless internet (data), emails, and calls that display significant growth of

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    Mike Lazaridis, born March 14, 1961 in Istanbul, Turkey. Lazaridis studied electrical engineering at the University of Waterloo, where he formed Research in Motion, a wireless technology firm that developed the BlackBerry revolutionizing the communication industry. During his early life Lazaridis loved science and was always exploding with curiosity. Spending countless hours building radios, rockets, and many other things in the basement of his own home. He won an award at Windsor Public Library

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    1.Briefly tell us how the Laurier academic program(s) you have chosen will help you 
     towards any future career plans and aspirations you may have. 
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 My future plans are to graduate university, earn my CPA designation and work for one of the big 5 banks or one of the big 4 accounting firms. The Business Administration program at Laurier will help me achieve my future career plans by teaching me about current information that can be applicable in today’s society. Wilfrid

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    Nitonya has been a Member of the Pretrial Services team since we established the team and since then she has been an exceptional worker and she has met expectations this year. Nitonya as a Court Services Officer 2 serves as one of our trainers. Throughout the year, she has developed training material that has helped the team tremendously. She has mastered the pretrial services Monitoring system being able to serve as the main trainer for violations of Monitoring and electronic monitoring cases.

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    Multiculturalism: people from all around the world live in Canada.With all kinds of backgrounds, cultures and religious beliefs. Canada is seen as the country of mosaiques because we fit everyone in, everyone is welcome. Freedom: in Canada everyone has human rights, such as, the right to speak up, wear whatever clothing you like, practicing another faith, we do not have a dictatorship, and are against violence, etc. Free health care: everyone has access to it Equality: Men and women are seen as equals

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    Administrators at the University of Waterloo are disappointed with the lack of the school spirit. School spirit can be defined as ones’ emotional support for their educational institute. To be fair our university certainly does have numerous clubs, sports, and other nonacademic programs to join on campus, however, it does not seem to entice students to join in comparison to other schools. The following will demonstrate why the university needs to improve on student engagement as well as the benefits

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    In a joint study with Deakin University, Australia, and University of Waterloo, Ontario Canada, students analyzed increases in lipid metabolism gene expression in human skeletal muscle tissue after exercise training. Looking at previous studies, endurance exercise elicits increased metabolism of fatty acids (FA) and carbohydrates, in relation with the metabolism of FA it has been shown that up-regulated genes exhibit their corresponding proteins to transport, initiate, bind, and increase enzyme activity

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    Prior to beginning my journey at the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning, I had preconceived notions regarding the expectations of the courses and had set forth personal goals and plans. The experience gained in these courses was greatly influenced by the Professional Code of Practice for the Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI). These codes influenced my learning in the courses during my first term at the School of Planning and taught me valuable skills that have improved my morphing

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