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Bachelor of Arts

The Bachelor of Arts is the most diverse, most flexible, and most popular degree at The Australian National University. Each of its more than forty majors, in fields throughout the arts, humanities and social sciences, is taught by truly outstanding scholars to ensure that each student receives the very best education, is engaged with cutting-edge research, and learns to think like a researcher. These majors can be coupled with more than seventy minors and specialisations to broaden or deepen your study. Regardless of your choices, your Arts degree will provide you with core skills in critical analysis and in written and oral communication, while developing your adaptability and ability to help shape change and prepare you for a multifaceted career or further study.

The Bachelor of Arts can be combined with all other ANU undergraduate degrees except the PhB as a Flexible Double Degree.

Career Options

Graduates from ANU have been rated as Australia’s most employable graduates and among the most sought after by employers worldwide.

The latest Global Employability University Ranking, published by the Times Higher Education, rated ANU as Australia’s top university for getting a job for the fourth year in a row.

Employment Opportunities

Graduates of the Bachelor of Arts may find work in publishing, policy, education, international development, politics, media, information technology, communications, journalism, aid, advertising, art conservation, government and many other fields.

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of a Bachelor of Arts, graduates will be able to:

  1. critically apply theoretical frameworks and research techniques to understanding national and international issues and problems;
  2. identify, including through interrogation of databases, relevant sources of information from across a variety of media (print and digital, written and audio-visual) and judge the importance and reliability of those sources;
  3. evaluate ideas and develop creative solutions to problems, including through independent pursuit of knowledge and making connections between different disciplinary approaches and methods;
  4. communicate and debate both orally and in writing, and work with others, using a variety of media; and
  5. understand the ethical implications of ideas, communications, and actions.

Admission Requirements

Admission to all programs is on a competitive basis. Admission to undergraduate degrees is based on meeting the ATAR requirement or an equivalent rank derived from the following qualifications:

An Australian year 12 qualification or international equivalent; OR
A completed Associate Diploma, Associate Degree, AQF Diploma, Diploma, AQF Advanced Diploma, Graduate Certificate or international equivalent; OR
At least one standard full-time year (1.0 FTE) in a single program of degree level study at an Australian higher education institution or international equivalent; OR
An approved tertiary preparation course unless subsequent study is undertaken.

Click HERE for further information about domestic admission.

The table below is a guide to the entry level required for domestic applicants. Exact entry level will be set at time of offer.

Domestic applicant entry requirements

Queensland Band equivalents are a guide only – selection is made on a UAI equivalent that is not available to students.

International applicant entry requirements

International applicants may view further information on admissions requirements at Entry Requirements for International Undergraduate Applicants

The University reserves the right to alter or discontinue its programs as required.

ATAR: 80 QLD Band: 10 International Baccalaureate: 28

Bonus Points

The National Access Scheme 2014

ANU offers bonus points for nationally strategic senior secondary subjects, and in recognition of difficult circumstances that students face in their studies.

Bonus points are applied to all applicants with an ATAR at or above 70. Points are awarded in accordance with the approved schedule, and no more than 10 points (maximum 5 academic points and maximum 5 equity points) will be awarded.

Bonus points do not apply to programs with an ATAR cutoff of 98 or higher.

Bonus Points are only awarded to domestic applicants applying for admission through UAC who have not previously attempted tertiary study.

Academic Bonus Points: senior secondary students do not need to apply for ANU academic bonus points. They are automatically added in accordance with the schedule.

Educational Access Scheme: senior secondary students do not need to apply if their school is part of the Priority School Funding Program or Country Areas Program. All other applicants should refer to for more information.

Indicative fees

Single degree

Three years full time (144 units)
Four Courses per semester
A maximum of 60 units of 1000 level courses
One Arts major (48 units)
One Arts minor, specialisation or a second Arts major (24 units/48 units)
Elective courses from Arts Social Sciences and/or from another ANU College

Double degree

This degree requires 96 units
A maximum of 36 units of 1000 level courses
One Arts major (48 units)
One Arts minor, specialisation or a second Arts major (24 units/48 units)
Elective courses from the College of Arts and Social Sciences

About this degree

Single degree
In a Bachelor of Arts program you will study a total of 144 units. Typically you will take 4 courses per semester (total of 24 units) as a full time student giving you a total of 24 (6-unit) courses across your whole degree.
You’ll need to take one Arts major (8 courses) and one Arts minor (or specialisation) (4 courses), and four Arts electives (4 courses). If you’d like to, you can use your Arts electives to extend your Arts minor into a second Arts major. You’ll also get to choose eight electives from courses right across ANU. You can use these electives to try a range of courses or to take a major or minor in a non-Arts subject.

In a Bachelor of Arts double degree program you will study a total of 96 units. Typically you will take 4 courses per semester (total of 24 units) as a full time student giving you a total of 16 courses across your whole degree. However, for each semester you are likely to take 2 courses from your Bachelor of Arts degree and then 2 courses from the other half of your double degree – still a total of 4 courses a semester.

You’ll need to take one Arts major (8 courses) and one Arts minor (or specialisation) (4 courses), and four Arts electives (4 courses). If you’d like to, you can use your Arts electives to extend your Arts minor into a second Arts major.

Enrolment Status

While it’s possible to enrol in fewer courses per semester, which is called studying part-time, it will take you longer to finish your program and get your degree. If you are an international student you must always be full-time.

A course (usually 6 units) can only be counted towards one major or minor.
You need to enrol in courses for both First Semester and Second Semester.
• You can’t study more than four courses (24 units) per semester, eight for the year.
• You need to enrol in courses for at least one potential Arts major
• You need to enrol in courses for at least one potential Arts minor or a second potential Arts major
• You may take 1000-level courses later in your program. But remember you can’t count more than ten 1000-level courses (60 units) towards your single degree or six 1000-level courses (36 units) towards your Bachelor of Arts half of the double degree.

Important things to keep in mind when choosing your 1000-level courses

When you enrol for the first time you will study ‘1000-level’ courses. These courses have‘1’ as the first number in their course code, such as ARTS1234 .

Majors and Minors

There are over one hundred Arts majors, minors and specialisations available for you to study, from Ancient Greek to Visual Arts Practice.

If you aren’t sure what you want to study for your whole degree, that’s fine. You don’t need to commit to majors or minors until after your first year. Using electives can help to keep your options open.

From the list of Bachelor of Arts majors and minors choose the 1000 level courses you need to enrol in.

Because there are so many options available, you will need to take your time choosing what you want to study.


While you only need to enrol in courses for one Arts major and one Arts minor, you can use your electives to enrol in 1000-level courses for other Arts majors or minors. That way you keep your options open. Once you’ve selected courses for an Arts major, and an Arts minor or second Arts major, you should choose electives to make up the balance of your courses.

To find 1000-level courses, use the catalogue finder. Remember you can choose up to 8 courses from another ANU College at the University if you are undertaking the single Bachelor of Arts program.

Study Options

Bachelor of Arts – Single

This is a typical study pattern for the first year of a student undertaking a Bachelor of Art with one Arts Major and one Arts minor.

Study Options


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Careers Through Culinary Arts Program Scholarships 2017 – Chef Works Partners


Chef Works Partners with Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP)

Applicants must be a senior in a C-CAP designated partner high school in Arizona; Prince George’s County, Maryland; Tidewater, Virginia; or the cities of Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia or Washington, DC. Applicants must be accepted.

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The seventh annual Careers through Culinary. in the United States, awarding over $2,000,000 annually. The event was held at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan on Monday, February 28, and featured nearly 40 of New York City?s top-rated restaurants.

Careers through Culinary Arts Program’s mission is to promote and provide career. sessions build teachers’ knowledge and skills to enhance student outcomes. Scholarships and Cooking Competitions: Students who compete in annual C-CAP cooking contests.

New York, NY High school culinary students have two challenges. Their first challenge is to prepare a two-course French dinner- Sûpreme Poulet Chasseur avec Pommes Château and Crêpes Sucrées with Crème Pâtissière and Sauce au Chocolat from memory in.

Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) is thrilled to announce that Krystal Lewis, Sous Chef of The Spotted Pig in New York City, and Rafael Perezchica, Sous Chef at Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs, California, have been awarded The Olesay/C.

New York, NY (Restaurant News Release) High school culinary students have two challenges. Their first challenge is to prepare a two-course French dinner—Sûpreme Poulet Chasseur avec Pommes Château and Crêpes Sucrées with Crème Pâtissière and.

New York, NY ( High school culinary students have two challenges. Their first challenge is to prepare a two-course French dinner—Sûpreme Poulet Chasseur avec Pommes Château and Crêpes Sucrées with Crème Pâtissière and Sauce.

C-CAP was founded in 1990 in New York by Chef Richard Grausman and now includes programs in Arizona (statewide); Chicago; Hampton Roads, Virginia. scholarships to attend summer “culinary boot-camps” at culinary schools around the country.

a national nonprofit organization that provides career opportunities to underserved youth through culinary arts education, scholarships, job training, and employment in the restaurant and hospitality industry.

WASHINGTON (WJLA. They are holding a cooking class in the deli’s kitchen for high school students in D.C. and Prince George’s County, Md. It’s part of the Careers through Culinary Arts Program or C-CAP. The program trains students not only.

Each year, ICE has the honor of hosting the annual Careers through Culinary Arts (C-CAP) New York competition. This year, 24 finalists from New York City public high schools prepared two traditional French dishes in under two hours, vying for the chance to.

New York, NY ( Chef Works, the leading manufacturer and distributor of chef clothing and uniforms for restaurants and hotels worldwide, announced their support of Careers through Culinary Arts. $50 million in scholarships and.

“Karen’s experience in developing award-winning programs, innovative initiatives, and dynamic partnerships with organizations will be a tremendous asset to fulfilling C-CAP’s mission of breaking the cycle of poverty and changing lives through the culinary.

New York, NY ( The Careers through Culinary. in Columbia, South Carolina. Under her guidance since 2004, the museum has become one of the leading art institutions in the Southeast, a leader in audience development and arts.

About Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP): “C-CAP has an incredible. Since being founded by Richard Grausman in 1990, the organization has awarded over $50 million in scholarships, provided job training and internships, college and lifetime.

Chef Works will be supplying chef coats, hats and aprons to C-CAP students enrolled in participating high schools across the country, and discounts to alumni this year. with orchestra students at Boardman High School Tuesday afternoon.

Here’s why it was a recipe for success: A Commendable Cause Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) is the national non. the organization has awarded over $50 million in scholarships, provided job training and internships, college and lifetime.

Chef Works, the leading manufacturer and distributor of chef clothing and uniforms for restaurants and hotels worldwide, announced their support of Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP). C-CAP transforms the lives of at-risk high school students.


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Cornish College of the Arts Reviews #cornish #college #of #the #arts


Cornish College of the Arts Reviews

Cornish provides several well-established and innovative programs and the students are great. Opportunity to have real impact in such a small school (less than 800 students, less than 200 staff/faculty). Staff members generally have creative or fine art background. Currently restructuring curriculums to be more innovative and contemporary.

Aging facilities and disorganized leadership hurt the school. They pay staff poorly, and there are very few perks. Tuition is very high, yet admission standards are somewhat low – tuition-funded school = they need to admit as many students as they can. Transition to new curriculum has been bumpy and perhaps does not serve undergraduate students as well as it could.

Advice to Management

Aquire more funding. Establish an endowment. Provide more internship and career placement / training opportunities. Provide better pay – or at least more perks – to employees.

Excellent coworkers
Good benefits
Supporting students learning
Many industry events and opportunities to network.
Can really clock in and clock out if you want.

The pay is embarrassingly bad. IT IS SO BAD. Can t emphasize this enough. Unless you are independently wealthy, go somewhere else.

The upper level of administration is chaotic, opaque, and bombastic. Extremely unclear expectations and out of touch with how long implementation takes. Total top-down management style. Very little room to collaborate or innovate. All campus meetings are just a formality. Little interest in letting faculty and staff lead the way forward. Watch your back.

Poor personnel management is poor. There is little room for advancement and next to no career training or professional development resources.

There are huge structural issues and massive up-heaves, all glossed over and unexplained.

Many systems are way behind the times and many departments are taking on the work of other departments.

Overall, do not feel valued as an employee.

Advice to Management

Use actual collaboration. The people on the bottom have value and insight. Short of that, at least communicate clearly with us regarding changes and rational. Transparency is a huge issue, and the lack of it has created a great sense of ill-ease and distrust.

Hire a project manager!

Core faculty members who shirk their responsibilities to meetings, etc. Pressure placed on adjuncts to shape curriculum and yet have no room to advance at the college. Basically, the college loves how successful we are in our artistic lives and wants to use our reputations, knowledge, clout, and thoughts for free. Our research gives us no guarantee for a shot at advancement. Because of this, the college hemorrhages great faculty and hangs onto complacent, staid teachers.

Advice to Management

Stop putting outstanding faculty in adjunct purgatory.

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Excellent people and community. My boss and my colleagues are collaborative and kind. There is a real sense that people care about each other and the students are inspiring and hungry to learn.

This company is declining rather than growing and they have handled lay-offs terribly – without grace, respect or context. For those who are attracted to this company, know that they do not seem to be making more long-term positions and are relying increasingly on contracted adjunct instructors rather than core professors.

Advice to Management

Communicate with the faculty and staff in more than representative ways. Everyone who works are Cornish is devoted to the community there. They want to be part of the solution not treated like the problem.


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Bachelor of Arts, Criminology: Thompson Rivers University, Open Learning #bachelor, #arts,


Bachelor of Arts, Criminology

The Bachelor of Arts Criminology degree is suspended while we review the program and consider revisions.

The consortium partnership with Simon Fraser University (SFU) has ended, and therefore SFU courses are no longer offered through OL.

Please contact your Program Advisor or Student Services to discuss alternate options.

The Bachelor of Arts Major, Criminolgy is one of five majors, the others being English, History, Psychology or Sociology.

Program Requirements

Some program requirements may be met with credits earned through prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR) .

OL offers many courses that fulfill both lower- and upper-level requirements for this degree, but you may need to complete some program requirements through classroom or distance courses from other recognized post-secondary institutions and transfer the credit to this program.


30 credits, including up to 15 upper-level credits, may be applied studies: fine and performing arts studio courses and technology courses.

Admission Requirements

If you plan to complete a credential through Open Learning, please fill in a Program Admission Form and send it to OL Admissions by email, fax or mail.

Residency Requirements

A minimum of 15 TRU credits (distance or on-campus)

Degree Requirements

120 credits, including 45 upper-level credits, with a GPA of 2.00 or higher over all courses required for this credential, as follows:

General Education Requirements (24 credits)

These may be met with lower- or upper-level university courses; see the General Education requirements for arts and science degree programs.

6 credits in English (university-level composition and literature),excluding technical writing and business writing courses
6 credits in humanities, other than English
3 credits in mathematics and/or science
3 credits in statistics (PSYC 2101. Statistics in the Social Sciences or STAT 1201. Instruction to Probability and Statistics or equivalent)
3 credits in introductory criminology
CRIM 1161 ,The Canadian Legal System (3) or equivalent

Lower-Level Requirements (15 credits)

CRIM 2251. Sociological Explanations of Criminal Behaviour (3) or equivalent
CRIM 2261. Criminal Law (3) or equivalent
CRIM 2521. Introduction to the Criminal justice System (3) or equivalent
PSYC 2161. Abnormal Psychology (3) or equivalent
SOCI 2710 (TRU on-campus course), or PSYC 2111. Introduction to Research in Experimental Psychology, or RSMT 3501. Introduction to Research Methods (3), or equivalent

Upper-Level Requirements (30 credits)

3 credits in advanced theory in criminology
3 credits in social science research methods
21 credits of other upper-level criminology, sociology or psychology courses
3 credits of Directed Studies

Elective Requirements (51 credits)

15 credits of upper-level elective courses
36 credits of lower- or upper-level elective courses

Directed Studies

A Directed Studies course consists of concentrated study of a topic you select in consultation with your Open Learning Faculty Member. Directed Studies is open to you if you have fulfilled the General Education and lower-level requirements and have completed at least 15 credits of upper-level requirements in your major.

Registration procedures differ for Directed Studies, so it is essential that you consult your Program Advisor before you register in a Directed Studies course.

Student Responsibility

Consult with your Program Advisor to ensure that the courses you select can be applied toward the program requirements of your chosen credential.

Also, before you register in a course not listed on the OL website, you must apply for a Letter of Permission (LOP) .

If you proceed otherwise, you may find that either course credits cannot be applied to your program or you must pay a transcript reassessment fee.



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Cornish College of the Arts #building #arts #college


Find Your Creative Space At Cornish College

Explore your art outside the boundaries of your usual genre, discipline or comfort zone in a safe, professional space to create. The Arts Incubator Residency is part of Cornish Playhouse’s public benefit to the Seattle community and applications are open to anyone age 18 and older, including professional and non-professional artists, teachers, ensembles and groups, and students. Applications are due August 21.

Cornish Alumni Stories

Our alumni are working around the world and close to home. Learn about their adventures after college and how Cornish College of the Arts prepared them for a life in the arts.

Meet Our Students

Cornish College of the Arts students use Seattle as their studio. They collaborate with visiting artists, perform off campus, and work on projects across the region. Meet some Cornish College students who are challenging expectations already.

What s the Buzz?

Find out what’s happening on campus and off campus with the Cornish community. Read a few alumni success stories. Go behind-the-scenes at our events.



Our program facilitates experimentation and risk taking. You will work in a shared studio alongside your peers, and will have the option to work across print, sculpture, drawing, photography, painting, and performance. Having choice and flexibility supports a wide range of practices, and encourages you to define your interests and artistic voice. Develop critical thinking and build practical and technical skills.



Cornish Design teaches conceptual thinking, technical skills and digital fluidity. Students design in the languages of UX, UI, print, handmade books, illustration, interior architecture, objects, apparel, motion graphics and 2 and 3D animation. Part of a visual and performing arts college, our students experience a full range of creativity, and our Seattle studios involve them in a design culture with rich internship opportunities.



With future-focused curriculum in modern facilities, you’ll study video, film, and sound arts for a successful career in time-based media. You will have the opportunity to explore filmmaking, editing, videography, cinematic lighting, sound design, narrative, and non-narrative storytelling, documentary, and intermedia using a variety of exhibition formats.

Interior Architecture

Interior Architecture

The scope of Interior Architecture is truly is as broad as you can imagine. Designing interiors can include traveling internationally or working on local projects. In this industry there are no limits to what you can do. All it takes is passion, belief in yourself, and smart teachers to help you make connections.




With an equal emphasis on performance and choreography, we provide a challenging curriculum and supportive faculty mentoring to help you discover your own artistic path. Perform new works by professional choreographers as well as renowned masterpieces, while developing your choreographic voice and collaborating on creative interdepartmental productions.



With a diverse curriculum, supportive and collaborative faculty, our undergraduate program supports students who want to be music makers of all types, from performance to composition. Train with a primary teacher/mentor in weekly, highly focused private lessons while completing coursework in theory, history, rhythm, piano, and ensemble work.

Performance Production

Performance Production

Learn by doing in our broad, hands-on curriculum. You will engage in design and skill-based production work in costumes, scenery, lighting, sound, stage management, and tech production, working on crews, and building and running real shows in Theater, Dance, and Music.



Explore the creative possibilities within yourself and connect the making of theater to the world around you. Be part of a community that values you as a generative as well as an interpretive theater maker. Whether you focus on acting, musical theater, or creating original works for performance, you will study with working performers, playwrights, directors, dramaturgs, and casting directors whose guidance, inspiration, and experience.


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Criminal Justice Major

Students completing the major in Criminal Justice are instructed on the theories and practices pertaining to the criminal justice system, crime, prevention, and public and corporate responses to criminal behaviors on the local, national, and international level. This course of study leads them to function in an increasingly complex, confrontational, and violent world.

“Don’t think because you are majoring in Criminal Justice that your opportunities are limited to the field. The material you will be taught and the skills you will hone do much for your overall development as a thinking and contributing member of society—I was exposed to many different fields while completing the major and all have given me a unique and fresh perspective on the world. Pick Criminal Justice because it intrigues you, not because you are looking for a specific job: you can go to graduate school for that.”

The major is structured into three general sections with a completion of a minimum of 36 credits: General Coursework (which consists of 6 courses), Thematic Coursework (which consists of 3 courses), and Elective Coursework (which consists of 3 courses). All students interested in declaring a major in Criminal Justice must first complete Introduction to Criminal Justice (01:202:201); furthermore, in order to declare a major in Criminal Justice, students are required to earn a grade of “C” or better and have a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. Similarly, only courses that earn a grade of “C” or better will be counted toward the major.

In order to declare your major, first please visit this School of Arts and Sciences website to find tips and advice about choosing both your major(s) and minor(s). When you are ready to declare, visit the MyMajor portal to log in with your Net ID and password.

Students are strongly encouraged to make an appointment to meet with the advising staff on a regular basis when selecting courses so that we can help you create an academic course of study which will best match your post-baccalaureate plans and most prepare you for the advanced training you will need in your respective career field within criminal justice. In order to schedule an appointment with the advising staff, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Students can download a copy of the major and its required components here. and use it as a checklist to chart your progress.

The GENERAL COURSEWORK section includes the mandatory completion of the following courses:

  1. Introduction to Criminal Justice (01:202:201)
  2. Criminology (01:920:222)
  3. Police (01:202:202)
  4. Prisons and Prisoners (01:202:203)
  5. Any ONE of the following courses:
    1. Crime and Public Policy (01:202:204) OR
    2. Criminal Procedure (01:202:205)
    3. OR Law and Politics (01:790:106)
  6. Any ONE of the following research methods courses:
    1. Criminal Justice Research Methods (01:202:307) OR
    2. Introduction to Political Science Methods (01:790:300) OR
    3. Quantitative Methods in Psychology (01:830:200) OR
    4. Introduction to Social Research (01:920:311) OR
    5. Computer Analysis of Social Science Data (01:920:312) OR
    6. Statistics I (01:960:211)* OR
    7. Introductory Statistics for Business (01:960:285)

The General Coursework section involves the completion of Intro. to Criminal Justice first and foremost. Students take Criminology, which is offered through the Sociology department. The Program centers upon the three areas of criminal justice: law enforcement, courts, and corrections. This is why students must complete Police (law enforcement), Prisons and Prisoners (corrections), and either Crime and Public Policy or Criminal Procedure or Law and Politics (courts). Any student entering the field of criminal justice will need to draw upon a background in research and research methods of some kind, which is why students are also required to complete a research methods course; furthermore, these courses serve as a prerequisite for some of the upper-level elective courses.

*Please be advised that according to the policies of the Statistics department, you can only earn credit for one of the following statistics courses: 01:960:211, 01:960:212, 01:960:285, 01:960:384, 01:960:401, 01:960:484.

The THEMATIC COURSEWORK section includes the mandatory completion of three total courses. All of the courses that can be used to satisfy the Thematic requirements are from outside departments. (N.B. Students need to be careful that they have the necessary prerequisites for courses they are considering taking.) These courses are from such departments as Political Science, History, Sociology, Psychology, etc. If you find a course not on the approved list of Thematic courses, please reach out to the Academic Advisor before you register for the course in order to see if you could add it to the list of Thematics: be sure to include the course information, as well as a copy of the course description and syllabus.

The list of approved Thematic courses are grouped into three thematic areas: Human Behavior, Deviance, and Crime (HBDC); Social Control Institutions (SCI); and Law and Ethics (LE). Students are required to complete two of their three Thematic course requirements from at least two different thematic areas.

Theme: Human Behavior, Deviance, and Crime (HBDC)

01:014:318 Bigotry, Prejudice, and Racism

01:050:324 Wayward Americans

01:070:310 Human Aggression

01:830:375 Prejudice and Conflict


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Town Mill Arts Guild – Our world of art #dental #arts


Finding a good dentist is important if you want to enjoy your dental visits and appointments. There are a lot of factors to consider when looking for a dentist and some of these include your budget and how close the dental practice is to you. Other factors will be discussed below. You want to make sure that you choose the right dentist you can be comfortable with especially because of the sensitive and painful nature of dental works. If not well done, dental treatments can be even more painful and uncomfortable.


One of the best ways to find a good dentist is to ask your primary health care provider. Doctors tend to form very close networks with other practitioners in different fields. Your GP is likely to know more than one good dentist to recommend to you.

2. Ask Family, Friends And Neighbors

You will most likely have friends, family members or neighbors who have had to employ the services of a dentist before. Ask them for their experience with their dentist and try to compare notes to see which may work best for you. Also, if you are new in a place, your neighbors can recommend the best and most experienced dentists in the neighborhood. This is a great way to find a good dentist.

3. Use Your Dental Insurance Policy

If you have a dental insurance policy, you can check to see if it contains any recommended dental practices. This can help narrow down your choices better.

4. Convenience And Ease Of Access

Make sure you look for a practice that is relatively close to your home or workplace. Apart from the fact that this will make your life so much easier, you also want to make sure that in case of complications resulting from your dental therapy, you can easily and speedily make your way to the hospital. You also want to check out their office hours to confirm whether it suits your own work schedule.

5. Check For Reviews On The Internet

This is another very good way to find a good dentist though you need to be very careful because many dental practices could doctor reviews to suit their own interests. However reviews can still be very helpful if you take your time to observe complaints that come up consistently with a particular practice. For example, do you have more people complaining about a delay at the dentist s way beyond the normal time? Are people complaining about bedside manners and customer service? These are all things to take note of.

You want a dentist whose services you can afford. Do a proper research and find out if the practice offers the type of payment option you wish to use. Do they allow patients pay in instalments? How much will you be required to pay upfront? You need to be very clear on this before you choose a dentist.

7. Research The Practice

If you have narrowed down your options to 1 or 2, then you need to do a bit of research concerning these dentists. Do they follow best practices. Where were they trained? Are they committed to improving themselves by continually attending workshops and conferences? What anaesthetic agents are they most familiar with? Is this the best available? You may want to take the time to clarify these fine points.

If you have finally been able to choose a dentist through these numerous steps, you want to know exactly what to look out for when you get to the dentist.

What To Look Out For At The Dentist s

1. How easy was it for you to make this appointment? Did you have to reschedule because of the doctor s lack of availability? How long did it take you to see the dentist when you got to the office? These are factors that could guide your decision as to whether you want to retain the dentist.

2. How clean is the environment? Check the waiting lounge, consulting room and any other space you get access to. You want to ensure that this practice prioritizes on cleanliness.

3. Are the staff members pleasant and courteous? Do they have good bedside manners?

4. Can this doctor meet your needs? If you have a dental problem that requires some degree of specialization, you need to be sure that this practice can provide the appropriate and necessary care.

5. Be sure to ask if they are able to deal with emergencies. This is very important as not all dental practices have the facilities to handle accidents and emergencies when they arise.

Finding a Logan Dental Clinic can be a very tedious and painstaking experience but if you take your time to do it properly, you will save yourself a lot of pain and misery in the future.

Today we look at the modern artistic movement and the medium that today s artist use to speak their mind. As you all know in order to reach me today and view this wonderful post about art you had to use a little thing called the internet. Most likely you got to this internet using a little device called a smart phone. The smart phone has taken over the world as their is less people without it than there are with it. From knowing this we can ascertain that the majority of people that use a smart phone use them for things other than making calls, surfing the web or looking up hair styles. These few use their phones as a canvas for art. Whether it is lining up a thousand founds to make a collage of someones portrait or whether you are using it to explore a virtual word using 3D glasses.

If you know anything about Atlanta, you know that there is a sub culture of hair enthusiasts who create some of the most artistic and creative hair sculptures tin the world. it is amazing to witness the art that is created in a hair style by an artistic hairdresser. Keep in mind these are not practical hairstyles and you wouldn t see them walking down the street but the less lavish hair cuts you just might see. It is truly amazing see what comes from someones mind when it comes to these creations.

Who Are The Hair Stylists?

While the majority of hair stylists are considered artist to a degree there are a few who do exceptionally well when it comes to pushing the envelope of hair styles. Although the majority of them live in Atlanta you can find a local hairdresser by using a directory like Hair Salons Near Me. there will be hundreds of hair salons that can give you the look you desire. Keep in mind, hair styles like these will not be cheap, you should prepare yourself for a $300+ price tag when requesting this extravagance. You can check out hair shows like the Bronner Bros Convention for more info on these styles.

How Much Does It Cost?

It varies from professional to professional but at the end of the day you get what you pay for. If you decide to go the cheap route you most likely will receive a cheap hair do. No one wants that and neither should you. If you are truly serious about someone creating hair art for you please look into the work of each hair artist to make sure that they can provide the style that you want.

As with anything in this world, if you believe it you can achieve it. if you want it go get it. if you believe that you are confident enough to pull off one of these amazing hairstyles then do not hesitate to contact one of the stylist to set up an appointment. I on the other hand will stick to short hair.

Shared Space Different Views

Nicola Dennis says ‘From Fri 30th August I and my friends Eddie Burrows and Steve Collins are hosting an exhibition in the Courtyard Gallery at the Town Mill. Our exhibition “Shared Space Different Views” will portray three very different ways of interpreting our beautiful West Country landscape and the wildlife within. As we are all new, this year, to TMAG, it will be our first exhibition and it would be wonderful to be able to meet as many other members as possible during our three week exhibition and to put names to faces. Please come and say hello and have a look at what we are doing. Your support would be much appreciated and would make our first flight into the world of exhibiting a little less daunting.’

One of the principle aims of TMAG is to help new artists into the exciting, but somewhat off putting, world of exhibiting – so do come along and see how much new exhibitors can achieve!

Our Artist Buddies

We here at the Art Guild are all about networking and friends so when we come across a few blogs that support our vision we reciprocate. If you are in the network check out Tigers. Pumpkins. Glittery Penguin. Magic Machines and Regina over on the blogging network as they support us so well over there. In the event you are ever in a wonderful town called Fort Worth, TX then be sure to check out some of the awesome nightlife that it has to offer. Some of the best Fort Worth strip clubs that I have visited were all in one concentrated area so it is very possible to bounce from one club to another if you so choose.

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Liberal Arts Degree – University of Massachusetts Dartmouth #liberal #arts #bachelor


Transfer your credits or earn your degree completely online

The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Liberal Arts degree program teaches students to think critically, write clearly and communicate effectively. This degree prepares students for a wide range of careers.

Earn a bachelor s degree at UMassD or complete your degree at UMassD if you already have some college credits. The program is 100% online.


UMass Dartmouth Liberal Arts degree students must complete 120 credits to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (BA).

With our generous transfer policy, students with existing credits may transfer up to 75 credits from a regionally accredited institution. Transfer students, please see our course equivalency guide .

Liberal Arts degree students choose two of the following concentrations:

  • Economics
  • English Literature and Criticism
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Sociology and Anthropology
  • Women s and Gender Studies

Within those concentrations, students learn to read and analyze critically, write thoughtfully, and communicate effectively through argument, analysis, exposition, and oral presentation.

Career Opportunities

Graduates have a solid foundation for pursuing a variety of careers or advanced degrees in fields including:

  • Sales
  • Management
  • Human Resources
  • Reporting
  • Politics or Public Policy
  • Social Work
  • Law

UMass Dartmouth Advantages

Customize your education and receive the help and guidance to finish as planned:

  • UMassD rated #4 in Massachusetts for online bachelor’s programs, #6 in New England, and #70 nationwide by U.S. News World Report in 2016.
  • UMassD online bachelor s degree program ranked #7 in the nation by College Choice for most affordable online colleges
  • Value and affordability of a UMass education
  • Generous transfer policy
  • One-on-one personal advising from enrollment through graduation
  • Free online and in-person tutoring and writing center

Sample Course Offerings

Examples of courses offered in the Liberal Arts concentrations include (course offerings subject to change):

  • Intro to Studies Across the Disciplines
  • Financial Economics
  • American Fiction Since 1945
  • World Civilizations
  • Philosophy of Happiness
  • International Relations
  • Politics in Film
  • Sociology of Food
  • Sex Roles Politics

Learning Style: Online

Online Courses are taught by UMass Dartmouth faculty to provide high quality instruction and personal attention. Students have the flexibility to accommodate work and home responsibilities within the structure of defined assignment due dates.


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Concord University – Acalog ACMS™ #concord #university #online, #concord #university #athens


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2015-2016 Academic Catalog (August 2015-July 2016)

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2015-2016 Academic Catalog (August 2015-July 2016)


Concord University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400 Chicago, IL 60602-2504, 1-800-621-7440, .

Programmatic accreditations are held with the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education, the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, and the Council on Social Work Education. The Teacher Education Program is approved by the West Virginia Department of Education. The University is a member of the National Association of Business Teacher Education.

The Mission of Concord University

The mission of Concord University is to provide a quality, liberal arts based education, to foster scholarly activities, and to serve the regional community.

Concord University provides rigorous programs that prepare students to pursue various career options or graduate study. Concord s undergraduate and graduate programs lead students to assume leadership and professional roles in a multicultural society and prepare students to face the challenges of globalization. Concord is committed to serving a diverse student body including traditional, non-traditional, local, national and international students. While we incorporate a variety of educational approaches, our size and the caring dedication of our faculty, staff and administration are the principal assurances of a quality educational opportunity at Concord University.

As a learning community, Concord University is committed to furthering knowledge through professional development activities and programs, through research, and through the application, publication and appreciation of scholarly efforts.

The primary purpose of Concord s mission is academic; however, the service the University provides to the state, region and world goes beyond the classroom. Concord University contributes to the quality of cultural and economic life in southern West Virginia through collaboration with both public and private organizations and agencies and through extension of its support and assistance into the region it serves.

Ultimately, Concord University measures its success by the fulfillment alumni find in their careers and throughout their lives.

Educational Goals

The educational programs of Concord University are designed to foster skills, knowledge, and attitudes applicable across a wide range of academic fields and professional careers in a culturally diverse, perpetually evolving global community.

  • The General Studies Program provides opportunities to begin developing skills needed to address complex issues, to build a foundational knowledge base for lifelong learning, and to cultivate attitudes that promote personal and societal well-being and experiential enrichment.
  • Building on the General Studies program, the baccalaureate degree programs provide opportunities for in-depth study in a student s chosen field(s).
  • Building on selected baccalaureate degree programs, the master s degree programs provide opportunities for highly specialized research and professional development.

Skills: Proficiency in interpreting data, integrating information, formulating ideas, thinking critically, and communicating with others, as demonstrated by the following competencies:

  1. Effective inter-communication skills and literacy adapted as needed for the demands of various kinds of discourse:
    • listening and speaking
    • reading and writing
    • non-verbal communication
    • media and technological literacy
  2. An ability to employ appropriate observational, logical, analytical, computational, creative, and critical thinking skills in problem solving.
  3. An ability to employ appropriate methods and technologies for conducting empirical and scholarly research, to interpret research findings, and to use insights gained from such research as a basis for informed decision making.
  4. An ability to analyze, synthesize, and integrate elements, information and ideas.
  5. An ability to evaluate elements, information, and ideas on the basis of appropriate criteria.
  6. An ability to apply and to transfer academic and experiential learning appropriately from one context to another.
  7. An ability to learn and work effectively both independently and collaboratively.

Knowledge: Familiarity with principles underlying academic discourse in various fields, as demonstrated by the following capabilities:

  1. An ability to discern the reciprocal influences of environments, cultural beliefs and attitudes, and societal institutions and practices.
  2. An awareness of the fundamental characteristics and properties of the physical universe.
  3. An ability to interpret events and trends within historical contexts.
  4. Acquaintance with principles underlying languages, for example, linguistic, mathematical, and computer-language systems.
  5. A recognition of the complex interactions between organisms, including human beings, and their environments.
  6. An awareness of the aesthetic principles, methods, materials, and media employed in artistic performance and the creation of works of art and literature.
  7. Self-knowledge, including awareness of one s own competencies, deficiencies, and optimal individual learning-style(s).

Attitudes: Tendencies conducive to self-knowledge, personal growth and development, and responsible citizenship as demonstrated by the following:

  1. Habitual reflection on ethical/moral implications of actions when weighing decisions and evaluating outcomes.
  2. Exercise of responsible leadership, including leadership by example, and of responsible followership.
  3. Respectful attentiveness to differing perspectives and willingness to engage in dialogue across differences in order to seek mutual understanding and equitable conflict resolution.
  4. Cultivation of and support for attitudes and practices that foster physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being.
  5. Appreciation for the creative process and for the rich diversity of artistic achievement.
  6. Commitment to social responsibility, including community service and civic engagement.
  7. Motivation to pursue lifelong learning and ongoing intellectual growth.


Concord University faculty have developed programs to assess the academic achievement of the university s students. The assessment program is linked to the university s mission and educational goals. Assessment at Concord has two important roles: institutional quality and accountability. To analyze and improve the quality of Concord s education programs, the University uses various measures to assess student attainment. These assessment measures are used in the continuing evaluation of curricular and instructional decisions which are aimed at improving student learning outcomes. An integral part of the program is the assessment of student learning in the major and the general studies programs. However, Concord strives to involve all educational support areas in the assessment process. All programs assess the learning environment and what changes might be made to maximize the learning experience. Assessment of student learning is ultimately the systematic collection, analysis, and use of information to improve student learning outcomes.

Amending Information

While every effort is made to assure accuracy at the time of printing, Concord University reserves the right to delete, change, or amend the information in this Catalog as necessary. It is the student s responsibility to know and comply with current University policies. Licensure and accreditation regulations may require additional non-published admission requirements in some certificate programs, Candidates in these programs should check current admission requirements with the Division office administering these programs.


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Bachelor of Arts (BA): Hospitality Management Degree Overview #bs #hospitality #management,


Bachelor of Arts (BA): Hospitality Management Degree Overview

Essential Information

Hospitality management bachelor’s programs require four years of study, although accelerated 2-year programs are available for students who have an associate degree. Most programs provide a broad curriculum with specialties such as food and beverage operations, lodging and facilities management, conference and trade show planning, casino management, and even entrepreneurship.

B.A. programs typically include more liberal arts classes than Bachelor of Science programs. Online program options are available, as are many opportunities to study abroad. A management trainee program or internship is required of students in order to graduate. Generally, these programs require a high school diploma or GED for admission.

Find schools that offer these popular programs

  • Resort Management
  • Resort, Hotel, Motel, and Spa Management
  • Restaurant Mgmt
  • Travel and Tourism Management

Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality Management

In bachelor’s degree programs in hospitality management, students take general business coursework, such as marketing, business law, organizational behavior, computers, and accounting. General management topics, such as the legal aspects of the hospitality business and human resources management, may also be included. Core hospitality topics may cover:

  • Special events marketing
  • Food and beverage controls
  • Catering management
  • Security and loss prevention
  • Hospitality facilities management
  • Dining room service

Popular Career Choices

Graduates of hospitality management bachelor’s degree programs have opportunities in many areas or the food and beverage, travel, tourism, and lodging industries. Internships gained as part of the degree program may be helpful in securing employment in a particular venue or company. Some examples of entry-level management positions include:

  • Catering manager
  • Food service manager
  • Lodging manager
  • Sales manager
  • Meeting and convention planner

Employment Outlook and Salary Info

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the demand for lodging managers is predicted to increase by 8% during the 2014-2024 decade. Meeting, convention and event planners should expect faster-than-average employment growth of 10% during the same time period. In May of 2015, the BLS estimated the mean annual salary of event planners was $50,910. Lodging managers averaged $57,810.

Continuing Education

Individuals with a bachelor’s degree in hospitality management may pursue an advanced degree, such as a master’s degree in hospitality management or international hospitality management. Large hospitality chains often promote from within, so work experience can also assist in career advancement.

Voluntary professional certification is available through many organizations, including the American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute. This organization has certification options in housekeeping, sales, food and beverage, human resources, front office, security, revenue management, and maintenance. A series of education and experience requirements must be met to earn a designation.

Students who earn a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Hospitality Management can learn how to operate a hospitality-oriented business. Graduates may be qualified for entry-level management positions, and they can pursue voluntary certifications to enhance their job applications. They may also go on to enroll in hospitality management master’s programs.

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The clinical science program at Rutgers is designed for students with a primary interest in research and scholarship in addition to clinical practice. The majority of the faculty have a cognitive or behavioral approach to assessment and treatment, and the program is geared primarily to students who wish to receive this type of training. There are also more limited opportunities for students whose interests are eclectic and who may supplement training in cognitive behavior therapy with courses and supervised experiences in other approaches (e.g. family systems). For students whose primary interests are in the practice of clinical psychology, the University also offers graduate training in clinical psychology leading to the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree through the separate Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP).

The Clinical Ph.D. program at Rutgers University has been an American Psychological Association accredited training program since 1965. Questions about APA accreditation status can be directed to the program or to the APA Office on Accreditation at (202) 336-5979, or by mail at 750 First St. NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242

We are a member of the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science, a coalition of doctoral and internship training programs that share a common goal of producing and applying scientific knowledge to the assessment, understanding, and amelioration of human problems. Membership in the Academy is granted only after a thorough peer review process. The Rutgers Clinical Ph.D. program was recently accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System, as well. Our membership in the Academy and accreditation by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System indicates that we are committed to excellence in scientific training, and to using clinical science as the foundation for design, implementing, and evaluating assessment and intervention procedures. We view clinical psychology as a specialty area within the discipline of psychology, and believe that research, scholarship, and clinical application should be firmly grounded in the core knowledge base of psychology as a science.

The core clinical faculty are drawn from the Department of Psychology, the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology. the Center of Alcohol Studies. and the adjacent Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. The breadth of faculty interests and expertise in research permits students to create a program of study tailored to their particular scholarly interests. Clinical faculty conduct research on cognitive and behavior therapies, health psychology, psychophysiology, applied behavior analysis, prevention, substance abuse, emotional intelligence, cognitive functioning, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, and autism. Students have the opportunity to work with child, adolescent, adult, and older adult populations in multiple research labs at Rutgers and affiliated institutions.

The training approach relies heavily upon a mentorship model of training. Students are matched with a research mentor when they begin their graduate training program, and involve themselves in one or more research projects upon entering the program, initially as apprentices in ongoing projects, and subsequently as independent investigators. Students may study not only with clinical psychology faculty, but also with non-clinical researchers in the Psychology Department, and it is not uncommon for students to participate in more than one research group. Equally important is the goal of helping students to develop clinical skills. As in the research component of the program, our philosophy is that an apprenticeship model is most effective in teaching clinical skills. Students have available as role models a large number of faculty members who embody the clinical scientist concept. These faculty not only conduct research, but also are experienced clinical psychologists who are directly involved in clinical practice of various kinds. Students also have access to doctoral faculty in the Psy.D. program who focus primarily on clinical practice.

Our graduates consistently score well on the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) exam and the vast majority go on to attain licensure to practice psychology. Despite this, our program is primarily a research-focused program and is not a good match for students interested in careers focused primarily on clinical service delivery. For additional information about Clinical Ph.D. program selection and admissions procedures, please see a website that provides information and resources that may be helpful in your graduate school selection process.


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MnSCU Farm Business Management – Welcome to Farm Business Management #minnesota,


Welcome to Farm Business Management

In today s world, farming is a complex business with many facets. From the traditional family owned farm to the corporate farm, bookkeeping, profitability, tax planning and many other skills are required to complement traditional farming duties.

Agriculture is the number two industry in Minnesota, and Minnesota State Colleges and Universities offers many programs for farm owners and employees.

This site will help you explore the many possibilities that await.

Farm Business Management Education Programs

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities farm business management education programs are administered through eight college campuses at 46 different sites across the state. There are a total of 62 farm business management instructors.

Farm business management programs are designed to provide education to farm owners and operators or persons interested in farming. The purpose of the program is to assist students in meeting their business and personal goals. This is best accomplished through the use of quality records and sound business decisions. Effective financial management in the business is the best way for the business to maintain that competitive edge.

Instructors in Minnesota s farm business management education programs deliver the program using a variety of methods. The primary delivery method is through individualized instruction at the student s farming business. Instructors meet with the students on a regular basis to evaluate the business and develop individual educational plans. Instruction is also delivered in the traditional classroom, small group meetings, field trips and tours.

Farm business management education is managed at the state level by the senior system director for workforce development and customized training. The state of Minnesota is divided into six regions which are managed by five regional deans of management education.


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Buckhead – Atlanta, Georgia – Education, schools, universities, vocational #culinary #arts


Atlanta Jewish Community Center. Lekeshet Academy, 1745 Peachtree Rd. 30309, (404) 875-7881

Cathedral of St. Philip (Episcopal), 2744 Peachtree Rd. 30305, (404) 237-8777

Covenant Presbyterian Child Care. 2461 Peachtree Rd. 30305, (404) 237-0363

Epstein (Solomon Schechter) School. 500 Peachtree Battle Ave. 30305, (404) 351-7754

Heiskell School . 3260 Northside Dr. 30305, (404) 262-2233

Holy Spirit Preschool. 4465 Northside Dr. 30327, (404) 252-8008

Kinder Care Learning Center. 135 W. Wieuca Rd. 30342, (404) 255-5672

Little Paces Learning Center. 714 Lindbergh Dr. 30324, (404) 237-6405

Lovett School . 4075 Paces Ferry Rd. 30327, (404) 237-8677

Northside Drive Baptist Church. 3100 Northside Dr. 30305, (404) 237-9060

Northside Drive United Methodist Church. 2799 Northside Dr. 30305, (404) 351-1107

Northwest Presbyterian Church. 4300 Northside Dr. 30327, (404) 237-5593

Open Arms Lutheran Child Development Center. 4000 Roswell Rd. 30342, (404) 256-1330

Peachtree Presbyterian Church. 3434 Roswell Rd. 30305, (404) 842-5808

Peachtree Road Lutheran Child Development Center. 3686 Peachtree Rd. 30319, (404) 233-1658

Peachtree Road United Methodist Church. 3180 Peachtree Rd. 30305, (404) 266-1520

Piedmont North Academy. 2658 Piedmont Rd. 30324, (404) 237-3017

Prescriptive Teaching Center Inc.. 3108 Piedmont Rd. 30305, (404) 239-0611

Prodigy Child Development Center. 4506 Roswell Rd. 30342, (404) 252-0389

St. Anne’s Episcopal Day School and Enrichment Program. 3098 Northside Pkwy. 30327, (404) 237-8051

St. James United Methodist Church. 4400 Peachtree-Dunwoody Rd. 30342, (404) 237-7354

St. John Child Development Center. 550 Mt. Paran Rd. 30327, (404) 843-8375

Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church. 2715 Peachtree Rd. 30305, (404) 266-8111

Suzuki Infant Center. 3198 Cains Hill Place, 30305, (404) 266-1444

Suzuki Learning Center. 3201 Cains Hill Place, 30305, (404) 233-2128

Trinity Northwest Early Learning Center. 3003 Howell Mill Rd. 30327, (404) 237-0980

Trinity School. 3254 Northside Pkwy. 30327, (404) 231-8100

Wieuca Road Baptist Church Child Development Center. 3626 Peachtree Rd. 30326, (404) 814-4466

Special education

Atlanta Speech School (up to 12 years old, ungraded), 3160 Northside Pkwy. 30327, (404) 233-5332
325 students

Heart of Hope Academy (nonprofit 501( c ) 3 middle school), hands-on program that encourages practical daily living skills and academics that relate to everyday tasks for mild to severe intellectually disabled children in middle school years, on the grounds of Wieuca Baptist Church, 3626 Peachtree Rd. 30326, at the corner of Peachtree and Wieuca roads. (404) 816-3967

Northside Metro Children’s Tuxedo Center. 4191 Northside Dr. 30342, (404) 233-7828, diagnostic and treatment services for children ages 3-21 with severe emotional or behavioral problems.

Colleges and universities

American InterContinental University. 3330 Peachtree Rd. 30326, (404) 231-9000

Art Institute of Atlanta. 3376 Peachtree Rd. 30326, (404) 266-2662

Emory University Business School. 3399 Peachtree Rd. 30326, (404) 848-0500

Language schools

Berlitz Language Centers. 3348 Peachtree Rd. 30326, (404) 261-5062

Inlingua School of Languages. 3355 Lenox Road, Suite 500, Atlanta, GA 30326

General interest

Dogwood Aikikai Japanese Martial Art. 721 Miami Circle, Suite 103, 30324, (404) 364-0005

European School of Music. 3149 E. Shadowlawn Ave. 30305, (404) 231-5013

Georgia Academy of Music. 1424 W. Paces Ferry Rd. 30327, (404) 355-3451

Greater Atlanta Traffic Schools Inc.. 2581 Piedmont Rd. 30324, (404) 262-7702

Kaplan Educational Center. 3867 Roswell Rd. 30324, (404) 365-9004 (test preparation service)

Business and vocational

About Faces. 3391 Peachtree Rd. 30326, (404) 237-9800

Artists’ Atelier of Atlanta. 800 Miami Circle, 30318, (404) 231-5999

Atlanta Area Tech. Tuxedo Center, 4191 Northside Dr. 30342, (404) 842-3117

Barbizon School of Modeling. 3340 Peachtree Rd. 30326, (404) 261-7332

Bauder College of Fashion and Design .
3500 Peachtree Rd. 30326, (404) 237-7573

Becker CPA Review Course. 2581 Piedmont Rd. Room C-1155, 30324, (404) 365-2445

Brown College of Court Reporting. 1740 Peachtree Rd. 30309, (404) 876-1227

Capelli Learning Center for Cosmetology. 2581 Piedmont Rd. 30324, (404) 261-5271

Center for Continuing Insurance Education. 1266 W. Paces Ferry Rd. Suite 500, 30327, (404) 355-1921

Chastain Arts and Crafts Center. City of Atlanta, Department of Parks and Recreation, 135 W. Wieuca Rd. 30342, (404) 252-2927

CompUSA. 3400 Around Lenox Rd. 30326, (404) 814-7650

Computer Essentials Inc.. 3490 Piedmont Rd. 30305, (404) 816-5833

Comskill Learning Center. 3060 Peachtree Rd. Suite 1500, 30305, (404) 262-3500

Greater Atlanta Traffic Schools. defensive driving and DUI/risk reduction, 2581 Piedmont Rd. 30324, (404 262-7702

H R Block. 2581 Piedmont Rd. 30329, (404) 233-3850; 3655 Roswell Rd. Suite 100, 30342, (404 237-2073; executive tax service, 3060 Peachtree Rd. Suite 60, 30305, (404 237-2355

Herzing College of Business and Technology. 3355 Lenox Rd. 30326, (404) 816-4533

Insurance Career Development Center. 300 W. Wieuca Rd. 30342, (404) 255-9817

Kelly Graduate School of Management. 15 Piedmont Center, Plaza Level 100, 3575 Piedmont Rd. (404) 296-7400

Kinko’s Learning Center. 3637 Peachtree Rd. 30319, (404) 653-0984

National Center for Paralegal Training. 3414 Peachtree Rd. Suite 528, 30326, (404) 266-1060

On-track Computer Training. 3399 Peachtree Rd. Suite 2040, 30326, (404) 816-4646

Portfolio Center for Art, Design and Photography. 125 Bennett St. 30309, (404) 351-5055

Productivity Point International. 3490 Piedmont Rd. Suite 520, 30305, (404) 816-5833

School of Culinary Arts, Division of Art Institute of Atlanta, 3391 Peachtree Rd. 30326, (404) 266-2662

Southern Center for International Studies. 320 West Paces Ferry Rd. 30305, (404 261-5763

Southern Federal Tax Institute. 3216 Paces Ferry Place, 30305, (404) 231-4437

Wave Technologies. 3340 Peachtree Rd. 30326, (404) 841-9790

Continuing education

American Association of Occupational Health Nurses. 50 Lenox Pointe, 30324, (404 262-1162

Georgia Pharmacy Association. 50 Lenox Pointe, 30324, (404) 231-5074

Georgia Psychological Association. 1800 Peachtree Rd. 30309, (404 351-9555

Georgia Society of CPAs. 3340 Peachtree Rd. Suite 2700, 30326, (404 231-8676

Knowledge Pointe. financial services for professionals, 3060 Peachtree Rd. Suite 1870, 30305, (404) 364-2067


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School of Hospitality Management

Sapna M. Mangal, MS, MBA, brings more than two decades of international hospitality and teaching experience to Kendall College. Mangal previously worked as a an Program Manager for an Irvine, California-based multi-national, hospitality marketing consulting firm in Singapore and taught Management Information Systems at Sam Houston State University College of Business Administration. Mangal is the recipient of the “Best Paper” award that she co-wrote on Sustainable Event Marketing. She has been published on Hotel Business Review, has contributed to the India Student Guide and continues to actively present at industry events, trade-shows and professional conferences. She is the faculty advisor for Eta Sigma Delta (ESD), has served on the HSMAI IL Chapter Board as the VP of Student Affairs and is a member of I-CHRIE.

School of Culinary Arts

After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America and a stint at The 95th atop the John Hancock Building, Kevin Schrimmer moved to France to work with and learn from some of the world’s finest chefs, including Joel Robuchon in Paris. After returning to the US, Schrimmer become Chef de Cuisine at Chicago’s Café Provencal. He then opened his own restaurant, Mimosa, in his hometown of Highland Park, Illinois. Schrimmer ran Mimosa until 2007 when he decided to pursue another side of his chosen profession—teaching the culinary arts.

International School of Business

Nicole Armstrong is an Ed.D. candidate at Argosy University (Educational Leadership) where she currently teaches undergraduate courses in Business, Management, and Human Resources Management. Nicole also has an MBA from Davenport University and a BA from Davenport University. Nicole has worked for over 15 years as management professional in Human Resources, Training, and Accounting departments. She has worked with such companies as Accenture, AT T, and Lutheran Social Services of Illinois. Nicole has more than 5 years of consulting experience in human resource management. Nicole has been teaching at various colleges and universities for the last 6 years as an online and on-campus post-secondary education instructor.

School of Early Childhood Education

Neal Green began teaching at Kendall in 2010 after 15 years of experience teaching elementary and middle school students in Maryland and Illinois. During his time here he has been nominated by students and colleagues for, “Excellence in Teaching,” “Outstanding Student Commitment,” and the “Faculty Award for Student Commitment.” He leads many courses, but his main area of focus is multiculturalism and diversity. Neal’s educational background includes a B.S. in Criminal Justice from West Liberty State College in West Virginia, a Masters in Teaching from Goucher College in Maryland, and he is currently working toward his Ph.D. in Professional Studies in Education from Capella University.

Your passions define you. Follow them.

Real World Experiences

At Kendall College you can translate a love for the culinary arts or hospitality industry into real world skills. Our students graduate with the knowledge and abilities that employers value most. Whether you’re looking to start a new career or advance your current one, an education from Kendall College can make all the difference.

Our students from around the globe come from all walks of life. Our degree programs in Culinary Arts. Baking and Pastry. Business. Hospitality Management and Early Childhood Education educate students through an innovative combination of academic curriculum and practical hands-on experiences.

Opportunities After Graduation

96% of our June 2016 graduates reported working in their field within six months of graduation. Did we mention our Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management programs are ranked No.1 in Chicago. Your passions led you here. Start your path to success today at Kendall College.


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Championing the humanities social sciences and their role in our national life

Article by Professor Dawn Chatty published in the Journal of the British Academy

News 25 Jul 2017

The following article has been published in the Journal of the British Academy: ‘The duty to be generous (karam): Alternatives to rights-based asylum in the Middle East , by Professor Dawn Chatty, FBA. It follows Professor Chatty s contribution to the Lectures on Africa, Asia and the Middle East series, which she gave in March 2017.

Elections to the British Academy celebrate the diversity of UK research

News 21 Jul 2017

Sixty-six of the world’s leading minds were announced as Fellows of the British Academy today, Friday 21 July.

British Academy responds to Smith Review of post-16 Mathematics

News 20 Jul 2017

The British Academy has today welcomed the publication of Professor Sir Adrian Smith’s Review of Post-16 Mathematics Education in England.

British Academy evidence quoted in House of Lords’ European Union Select Committee report ‘Brexit: devolution’

News 20 Jul 2017

The report highlights the Academy’s evidence in terms of the impact Brexit will have on agriculture, the energy market, the fishing industry, the position of cross-border workers and access to migrant labour.

Articles about Economics and Psychology published in the Journal of the British Academy

News 19 Jul 2017

The following articles have been published in the Journal of the British Academy: Globalisation and wage inequality by Elhanan Helpman and The stress test: Can stress ever be beneficial? By Ian H Robertson.

British Academy and ESRC press for shields for humanities and social sciences in new EU data protection regulation

News 13 Jul 2017

The British Academy and the Economic Social Research Council (ESRC) have submitted jointly to the UK Government’s Call for Views on the implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation in the UK.

A vision for the future of humanities and social science research

News 12 Jul 2017

Experts from academies across Europe release position paper on the next framework programme for European research and innovation

British Academy welcomes new Director of the British School at Rome

News 10 Jul 2017

The British Academy congratulates Professor Stephen J. Milner on his appointment as Director of the British School at Rome.


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Photography – Digital Media #moca, #cacv, #contemporary, #arts, #museum, #studio #school,


Photography Digital Media

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Summer 2017 registration opens for Members on Tuesday, May 30 and Wednesday, May 31 for Nonmembers

Summer 2017

Nifty 50: Getting the Most Out of Your Prime Lens

Instructor: Judith Soule
Learn the different characteristics and explore the versatility of the 50mm lens, especially the advantages in low light. A fixed focal length lens forces you to move around in order to achieve the composition you want, allowing you the flexibility to get in close to capture details or pull back and tell more of the story with a wide angle shot. You will leave this workshop with the confidence to carry just one lens to do it all, no matter your photography style! Students must have taken Photo 1: Intro to Photography or have permission from the instructor to take the course. Participants are welcome to bring a bag lunch.
Members $60, Nonmembers $75

July 28
Friday, 9:30- 3:30pm
1 day workshop

Introduction to Digital Photography I

This class presents a solid foundation of digital SLR camera use through in-class demonstrations and lectures as well as hands on classwork and homework. Lectures and assignments cover manual shooting modes, image storage capabilities, file types, menus, exposure, light, shutter effects, and the resulting creative possibilities. A digital SLR camera is preferable but any camera with manual capabilities will work as well for this class. No previous camera knowledge or experience is required. Photo editing skills will not be covered in this class. Please bring the manual that came with your camera to the first class. The book Understanding Exposure, 4th Edition: How to Shoot Great Photographs with Any Camera by Bryan Peterson is required.
Members $115, Nonmembers $130

July 11 to August 22 (No class August 1)
Tuesdays, 9:30-11:30am
6 Weeks; Beginner
Instructor: Lauren Keim

July 11 to August 15
Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30pm
6 Weeks; Beginner
Instructor: Judith Soule

July 12 to August 23 (No class August 2)
Wednesdays, 9:30-11:30am
6 Weeks; Beginner
Instructor: Lauren Keim

Beyond the Basics: Introduction to Digital Photography II

Instructor: Lauren Keim
This course will build upon the material covered in Intro to Digital Photography I and meets at MOCA. Students will use the technical knowledge from the first class to deepen their understanding of how camera settings can artistically impact the final image. Learn how to manipulate light and create compositions that strengthen your images. Through discussion, photo critique and weekly assignments, we will explore a combination of technical and creative elements designed to create stronger, more intentional photographs. In-class videos as well as hands-on activities will further reinforce concepts presented throughout the series. It is recommended that students have a white balance 18% gray card for class, and a 50mm prime lens. Please bring your camera to the first class. Participants must have taken Introduction to Digital Photography or have permission from the instructor to take the course.
Members $115, Nonmembers $130

July 13 to August 24 (No class August 3)
Thursday, 9:30-11:30am
6 Weeks; Beginner to Intermediate
Instructor: Lauren Keim

On Location: Introduction to Digital Photography II

Instructor: Judith Soule
This course is a continuation of the Introduction to Digital Photography class and meets off site at designated location. Students will learn how to be more creative with their digital photographs by further exploring light and composition as well as additional camera settings and shooting in black and white. The emphasis of this class is shooting photographs. Students will be given shooting assignments during class to help them learn new techniques. Students must have taken Intro 1 or have permission from the instructor to take this class. Knowledge of photo editing software is helpful but not required. The book Within the Frame: The Journey of Photographic Vision by David DuChemin is required.
Members $115, Nonmembers $130

July 12 to August 16
Wednesdays, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
6 Weeks; Intermediate to Advance

Introduction to Lightroom

Instructor: Judith Soule
Adobe Lightroom is essential software for both amateur and professional photographers wanting to manage and edit their photographs. The focus of this class will be on learning to download, organize, manage, develop, and present your photography, ensuring a smooth transition to a managed photography workflow. Students will need to bring a laptop computer to class loaded with the latest version of Lightroom as well as the book The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (current version) Book for Digital Photographers by Scott Kelby.
Members $115, Nonmembers $130

July 10 to August 14
Mondays, 9:30-11:30am
6 Weeks; Intermediate to Advance

Private Lessons

Having trouble matching your schedule with our current photography offerings? Get one-on-one instruction in Photography and/or Photoshop related areas that meet your specific photographic needs and goals. Date and time of lessons to be determined by the student and instructor. Lessons must be scheduled for a minimum of one hour, but may be billed in 1/2 hour increments thereafter. Private lessons should be scheduled at least two weeks in advance if possible. All private lessons must be cancelled at least 4 days (96 hours) prior to the scheduled lesson to avoid being charged.

Members $45 per hour for one person or $60 per hour for two people
Nonmembers $60 per hour for one person or $75 per hour for two people


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International Health Social Management

International Health Social Management

The master s program International Health Social Management links international health and social care, business and politics, international law and international management. Students acquire knowledge of the specifics of social welfare and health systems in the context of an increasing demand for skilled workers in the health and social sector. Soft skills and competences in research methods are part of the study program. Students benefit from a future-oriented, practical study program with an international focus. Graduates are in leading positions in the fields of health care, social insurance, international coop- eration, lobbying, consulting, education, science, and research.

Please notice also our double degree option in cooperation with the University of Economics in Prague.

1st semester: Core curriculum
2nd semester: Core curriculum, Electives
3rd semester: Core curriculum, International semester (optionally abroad)
4th semester: Master thesis and final exams

Winter semester: from September – January
Summer semester: from March – June

Module Management (12.5%)
Module Economics (12.5%)
Module Governance (12.5%)
Module Law (12.5%)
Module Multidisciplinary (21%)
Module Methods (including master thesis) (29%)

Bachelor or equivalent degree in business administration, social/political and natural sciences, medicine, economics or health sciences including public health and nursing

Career background (30 %)
Written entrance exam (30 %)
Interview (40 %)

Online. Please consider the indicated deadlines .
IMPORTANT: All transcripts must be attested. Early applications are recommended.

The Entrepreneurial School
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Philosophy and Religion Degree Programs – Department Information #ba #philosophy,ba #religious


Philosophy Religion


Philosophy explores the nature of the world, the basis of human values, and foundations of reason. Philosophy also offers the challenge of interpreting the work of thinkers who have created our intellectual traditions. Students approach these issues through study of both historical literature and contemporary developments.

The study of Western and Eastern religious traditions introduces students to a major influence on all civilizations. Journalists, diplomats, and government specialists benefit from a serious consideration of the inner workings of the religious ethos of civilizations. Daily events remind us that there is no more motivating factor in the culture of nations than ardently held religious belief. A thorough understanding of the modern world requires familiarity with its religious heritage. American University’s Washington, DC setting is advantageous for the study of religion, with national offices and centers for many religions. The Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area also offers a variety of courses in philosophy and religion that are available to American University students.

Why Study Philosophy or Religion?

Students often want to know the practical value of studying philosophy or religion. In other words, how will it help you in the future? What jobs are available for philosophy and religious studies majors? What if you want to continue on to graduate school, but don’t want to teach philosophy or religion?

The study of philosophy or religion helps students develop valuable skills leading to work in any number of fields. Studying philosophy or religion provides excellent preparation for graduate study in many disciplines and areas of study.

Check out a short piece from NPR on the need for philosophers engaged in public debate here .

Career opportunities

Students graduating with majors in philosophy or religion have chosen careers in law, medicine, social work, the ministry, computer science, environmental protection, human rights, journalism, communication, government, business, education, race relations, and applied ethics.

New studies have also shown that degrees in the Humanities, especially Philosophy, have great returns on investment .

Graduate school

Students have pursued graduate study in philosophy, religious studies, theology, history, psychology, linguistics, anthropology, medicine, law, economics, public health, literature, and education.

Intellectual development and skills

Philosophy and religion courses are ideal for students who want to develop and improve writing and analytical skills. Students of philosophy or religion become more aware of themselves and the world around them. By raising questions that explore the basic principles of existence and ultimate human concerns, the study of philosophy or religion helps students develop many skills such as the ability to

  • reason clearly
  • extract what is essential from large amounts of information
  • understand and analyze complicated texts
  • develop a well-structured argument
  • express ideas in a clear and persuasive manner
  • solve problems

Why Study Philosophy in DC?

Our location in the heart of DC provides:

  • Easy access to Smithsonian Institutions, museums, national monuments, and the Library of Congress
  • A wealth of varied and diverse internship and service opportunities with the federal government and non-profit organizations
  • Opportunities to see and participate in political life and history as it happens

Why Choose AU?

At American University, our graduate and undergraduate programs prepare students to enter into the field of professional philosophy or many fields of postgraduate education. Besides teaching the classics of historical and contemporary philosophical thought and important philosophical developments, many classes are devoted to the application of philosophy to issues concerning biomedicine, environmental protection, human rights, the media, business, and race relations. Alumni of our BA program pursue graduate work not only in philosophy but also in other fields such as history, psychology, linguistics, computer science, anthropology, and literature. Many positions in science and industry require the analytical skills gained through the study of philosophy. In addition, the Philosophy program emphasizes clear thinking, accurate writing, and problem solving as well as the application to today’s practical problems. These skills are excellent preparation for further study toward law, medicine, social work, the ministry, and other professional careers.

What Is Philosophy?

The best way to find an answer to this question is to take one or two philosophy courses (as part of your general education requirements). However, for those of you looking for an instant answer, philosophy is the study of ideas, whether moral, legal, religious, or aesthetic. Philosophers explore the nature of the real world, the basis of human values, and the foundations of reason. Students at American University approach these issues by studying texts from different periods as well as from different regions. For example, students study both historical literature and contemporary developments in Western and Asian philosophy as well as other traditions such as the Latin American and African.

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Global Ethics Fellow

Evan Berry has been appointed a Global Ethics Fellow with the Global Ethics Network, an initiative of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. As a Global Ethics Fellow, Professor Berry will work to build connections between scholars working on international ethics issues at American University and other schools in the Global Ethics Network and will host an annual event focusing on the philosophical dimensions of globalization. At the annual meeting of the Global Ethics Fellows last fall, Dr. Berry presented his research on the role of religious non-governmental organizations at the recent United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20).

Dr. Evan Berry Receives Inaugural AAR-Luce Fellowship

The first AAR-Luce Fellowship in Religion and International Affairs was awarded to Dr. Evan Berry. The fellowship will fund Dr. Berry’s work at the Office of Religion and Global Affairs at the US Department of State. As an AAR-Luce Fellow, Dr. Berry will be involved in communications with policymakers aimed at clarifying the role of religion in parts of the world affected by American foreign policy. Dr. Berry was selected for this fellowship by a diverse group of university affiliated scholars of religion.

Professor Park Translates the Work of Kim Iryop

Originally published in Korea when Iryop was in her sixties, Reflections of a Zen Buddhist Nun makes available for the first time in English a rich, intimate, and unfailingly candid source of material with which to understand modern Korea, Korean women, and Korean Buddhism.

Alum Jeffrey Epstein Publishes New Book

Democracy and Its Others was published February 25 by Bloomsbury Publishing.


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At 43, I finally earned my bachelor’s degree in business administration. Wow. The family sacrifice that learning as an adult requires is most tiresome, but WE did it. I cannot thank my family enough for standing by me along the way.

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Marilyn’s drive to succeed was not just a personal accomplishment, but also a promise she made to herself to inspire others to be involved in higher education and to be a positive example for her son and daughter.

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Timothy continued his education primarily for career advancement. When Frey was looking into criminal justice programs, he was drawn to the fact the SCPS accepted some work experience for transfer credits; the other schools he considered didn’t consider his previous military and police experience.

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Find Mississippi Cooking Schools – Culinary Arts Schools in MS #colleges


Find a Culinary Arts Training Program in Mississippi

This is the land of catfish, fried green tomatoes, and Mississippi Delta Blues music. Southern hospitality dominates the food scene within the state, but select culinary education programs look beyond cornbread and greens to provide comprehensive training for chefs-to-be.

Jackson, Gulfport and Hattiesburg are the urban outposts that yield the most advanced culinary presence, but not all educational opportunities for chefs are in the state’s main cities. Look to Community and Technical Colleges for pure kitchen schooling, but advanced studies in nutrition and dietetics are best obtained in four-year universities.

Choosing a Culinary School in Mississippi

Narrow your search for culinary arts, pastry arts or restaurant management education by refining your chef’s dream. Are you a management-minded pro who wants to run the show? Or would you rather focus on creating your own hands-on kitchen niche? Answer these and other questions to place yourself on the best path forward – for you .

Remember, your culinary education ultimately serves your job search, so choose a school that has these tools in place to move you along on your chosen career path.

  • Internship/externship opportunities as part of the curriculum
  • Working professional chef/instructors who bring varied experiences to their teaching kitchen
  • Student-run restaurant that is open to the public
  • Teaching kitchens equipped with state of the art equipment
  • Career planning and continuing education
  • Job boards and placement assistance

Learn, Then Earn as a Chef or Pastry Chef in Mississippi

Hattiesburg, Biloxi, Jackson, and Gulfport each offer unique culinary niches for students and job seekers. Well-known chef Robert St. John owns critically acclaimed restaurants in Hattiesburg and Meridien. Iron Chef Cat Cora began her culinary career in Jackson, where she was born and raised. Learn from these local heavy-hitters by initiating your own successful Mississippi career launch.

Tap all the career resources available to you during, and after school. Memberships in professional organizations like the Hattiesburg or Mississippi Gulf Coast chapters of the American Culinary Federation. or the Southern Foodways Alliance. provide valuable networking and educational opportunities. Spreading the culinary word is the stated mission of industry associations like these, and it’s done through members-only scholarships, seminars and conferences. Access to these events, and the culinary cross-pollination that occurs there, is valuable input for career advancement.

Wide exposure to local food culture should also be a requisite part of your Mississippi culinary education. Visit highly reviewed local restaurants with an eye toward local trends and traditions. Dissect talked-about menus for insight into local ingredients – and how chefs are using them.

On a student budget, local food festivals are great ways to rub elbows with noted regional professionals. Chefs are eager to put their best bites forward at these events, and the casual environments are conducive to sharing ideas. Volunteer, participate in a student food competition, or take a temp gig as a festival cook at one of these festivals within the state:

  • World Catfish Festival
  • Annual Crawfish Festival
  • Natchez Food and Wine Festival
  • Biloxi Seafood Festival
  • Southern Foodways Alliance Symposium

Salaries for chefs working in Mississippi vary based on location, position, experience and type of establishment. You can be sure that a sound chef’s education will increase your salary potential and upward mobility within the kitchen. Supervisory and management training and experience might yield an annual chef’s salary of $50,000 in Hattiesburg.

Mississippi Schools Offering Culinary Arts, Restaurant Management, and/or Hospitality Degrees

  • L’ecole Culinaire – Memphis, TN – This stand alone culinary school is not in Mississippi, but it provides world-class culinary learning in a neighboring state, so is worth inclusion here. Associate’s in Occupational Studies –Culinary Arts, and Diploma of Culinary Essentials programs prepare southern students for employment as cooks and chefs.
  • Alcorn State University – Alcorn State – Nutrition and Dietetics studies can be completed at Alcorn. In-depth food education goes beyond culinary technique by focusing on institutional food service and nutritional menu planning.
  • Coahoma Community College – Clarksdale – This college provides crossover training for chefs who want to step from the kitchen into management roles in the hospitality industry. Hotel, restaurant and tourism management program lays the foundation for entry-level management work.
  • Copiah-Lincoln Community College – Wesson
  • Hinds Community College – Raymond and others- Hospitality and Tourism Management department offers technical training that is preparatory for employment in the fast-paced industry. Six campuses cater to hotel and restaurant, travel and tourism, and culinary arts students with one and two-year programs.
  • Meridian Community College – Meridian
  • Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College – Gulfport and others – Classes for cooks are taught at five campuses, with an emphasis that is uniquely slanted toward high volume food service. The Food Production and Management Technology Degree targets those interested in fast food, institutional food service, or catering work. The specialty requires students to master high volume production techniques, but also incorporates management classes into the curriculum.
  • Mississippi State University – Mississippi State
  • Mississippi University for Women – Columbus
  • Northeast Mississippi Community College – Booneville
  • Northwest Mississippi Community College – Senatobia
  • University of Southern Mississippi – Hattiesburg
  • Viking Cooking School – Greenwood – Viking is a manufacturer of high-end stoves and kitchen electrics. They don’t operate a professional cooking school, but they do have a notable series of classes that impart relevant knowledge to advanced amateur chefs. For a taste of culinary school, try some classes here, before you enroll in a career program.

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Graduation ceremony marks the start of new opportunities

Joshua Hills will receive a Doctor of Philosophy, his fourth award from Southern Cross University

  • The first of our kind: scientists discover the oldest Homo sapiens fossils at Jebel Irhoud, Morocco

    State-of-the art techniques at Southern Cross University played a role in direct-dating the human remains

  • Ocean acidification may bolster destructive crown-of-thorns starfish

    Crown-of-thorns starfish may grow faster as ocean acidification levels increase, according to new research from Southern Cross University.

  • $1m Australian Research Council Future Fellowship to investigate chemical pollution in coastal waters

    The only Future Fellowship in the field of Oceanography in Aust this round, showing University’s leadership in this field

  • Rising sea temperatures put seafood quality at risk

    Researchers find deterioration in nutritional quality of marine snails in climate change study

  • Species under threat due to taxonomy �chaos�

    Calls for International Union of Biological Sciences to create taxonomic commission that applies standards

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    CATEGORY: Educational Technology

    Posted May 2, 2017

    Sure, adolescents spend too much time “glued to their screens,” but why not turn that to your advantage — and theirs? Students love of technology can be a powerful force in language arts classrooms thanks to the possibilities of digital storytelling. Students’ beloved smartphones can be essential tools for sharing their unique thoughts and experiences

    Posted November 14, 2016

    Long gone are the days when high school seniors filled out individual applications online to each of their choice schools — and further gone are handwritten applications mailed out individually with enough time before the deadlines. For the past several years, prospective college students have been able to apply to their choice schools in a

    Posted October 31, 2016

    While PowerPoint remains an industry standard for creating effective and engaging presentations, several new and innovative options enable students and teachers alike to create presentations for in-person and virtual audiences. Presentation options used to be much more limited. Either we needed certain software or a specific computer type, or the cost was prohibitive. That’s all

    Posted September 13, 2016

    Today’s education models tend to focus on a child’s achievement deficits — if students aren’t reading at grade level, for instance, then teachers try to get them caught up. Mindprint Learning flips this model, using cognitive tests to identify children’s strengths and engage them in ways that compensate for their weaknesses. The goal: Let kids

    Posted April 6, 2016

    Stackup is a Chrome browser extension that measures students’ time learning on the Internet. “Teachers use Stackup to make free reading fun and accountable,“ said Nick Garvin, the company’s CEO. Browser extension measures the time students spend learning online by subject or website Students can use the browser extension to research subjects that interest them,

    Posted August 27, 2015

    Early childhood arts-based learning is suffering at many schools. Despite recognizing the benefits of art instruction, teachers have less time for creativity and fun during class time. School budgets for visiting artists are tight as well. Cutbacks appear to be nationwide and beyond. Canadian schools, for instance, are dealing with the same budgetary realities,” said

    Posted September 10, 2014

    Knowing how to calculate volume, area and perimeters isn’t just reserved for mathematicians, physicists and engineers. It’s an important skill that workers use every day in dozens of professions including carpenters, surveyors, landscapers, painters and architects. And it all starts with simple geometry. Geometry has been a part of most middle and high school math

    Posted September 2, 2014

    For generations of chemistry students, the Periodic Table of the Elements has been a must-have tool for solving science homework problems and completing classroom tests. Scientists developed the periodic table in the late 19th century to organize elements, the basic building blocks of ordinary matter, into a cohesive document that can be studied and shared. The

    Posted August 27, 2014

    Now is a great time to be a social studies or government teacher, thanks in part to a multitude of technology resources that can help educators engage students, promote classroom deliberation and develop rich K-12 lesson plans. An excellent example of those resources is the website C-SPAN Classroom, which provides high-quality, up-to-date teaching materials for

    Posted August 18, 2014

    Studying historical facts and figures has been a mainstay in elementary and secondary schools for generations. That’s especially true in government and civics classes, where students learn about the U.S. presidents and their places in history. But memorizing this information can be a monotonous task for some students. Fortunately, technology can help make that job

    Posted August 11, 2014

    One of the best ways to engage students in learning is to include multimedia in lesson plans. Audio, video and interactivity in lessons tend to keep students interested and help them retain the material better. That’s the idea behind the popular BrainPOP collection of educational websites, programs and animated movies. Since 1999, BrainPOP curriculum-based content

    Posted August 6, 2014

    For generations of K-12 students, a paper notebook or three-ring binder was a necessity for classroom organization. But thanks to technology, today’s students can cast aside paper organizers in favor of mobile apps that take classroom organization to a whole new level. Mobile organization apps let students combine lecture notes, study materials and classroom resources

    Posted March 21, 2014

    When Rod Powell’s school went one-to-one, giving a computer to every student, he was thrilled with the opportunity for professional development offered by the North Carolina school district where he teaches history. But he knew he wanted to learn about more than the machine. Powell wanted to know how to bring technology into his students’

    Posted March 6, 2014

    Melissa Techman is a librarian who knows her tech. And she’s willing to share. The Broadus Wood Elementary School’s librarian expands her reach beyond her home district in Virginia. She is on Twitter, Diigo, Symbaloo and Pinterest as mtechman, sharing tech tips and tools for educators. Techman first used technology in her library when she

    Posted December 19, 2013

    With the days of dusty card catalogs long gone, school librarians are taking a leading role in bringing technology into K-12 education. Promoting the importance of technology in education is just one of librarians’ many roles in schools. By serving as role models for technology use and demonstrating how technological resources serve students’ learning aims,

    Posted December 14, 2013

    Some exciting education technology trends appear poised to influence the classroom in new ways. They could give teachers access to a broader range of education options while helping students better prepare for the world they will face. Mobile apps Veteran teachers, new teachers and those training to become teachers are probably all familiar with mobile apps .

    Posted November 1, 2013

    With the costs of education skyrocketing, students can t pass up a chance for a free online textbook. Whatever the subject matter, these textbooks allow teachers to pass the cost savings on to their students and parents. Textbooks can be found for elementary students just beginning their education as well as for college students in specialized

    Posted July 29, 2013

    If you really want to integrate technology into the classroom, asking which apps are best for math or science is the wrong question. “There’s tons of great math apps if you are trying to skill and drill , but there’s more to technology than that,” said Jon Samuelson, best known as iPadSammy from his blog of

    Posted June 5, 2013

    Education is continuously changing, and so are the techniques. The visual literacy classroom is becoming a priority to keep up with digital technology trends in learning. The capacity, comprehension and communication of current students differ considerably from the student of 10 and even five years ago. The classroom environment must adapt to the students learning

    Posted April 29, 2013

    Education technology is at the forefront of discussions about how education will look in the future. Gaming technology and digital badges may play a significant part of that process. While there seems to be a growing reluctance to keep score in youth sports, a new way of tracking wins and losses may just be what’s

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    Difference between Social Studies and Social Science

    Although Social Studies and Social Science sounds similar, both are entirely different streams of study. Social Studies deal with the study of the society as a whole, which encompass current and past events. In contrast, Social Science is branch of Science that is concerned with the study of the communal life, the evolution of human groups and folks, as well as economics, topography, ancient times, political science, psychology, social studies, sociology and so on.

    Social Studies courses and career opportunities

    Social studies courses reveal the varying nature of knowledge, fostering exclusively innovative and highly incorporated approaches to resolve issues of significance to humanity. There are various subdivisions in Social Studies. Geography, History, Anthropology and Humanities all come under Social Science. Besides the graduate and postgraduate programs in Social Studies, aspirants can pursue the PhD programs in the same in their interesting topics. Aspirants should complete the post graduation in the concerned disciplines to get good employments in the sector. Their career prospects vary according to the area in which they are specialized. On completion of their course, they can expect employments in public or private sector as an Urban Planner, Sociologist, Anthropologist, Social Worker, Historian, and so on.

    Social Science courses and career opportunities

    Many Universities and institutes in India offer diverse Social Science courses. Both Bachelors’ and Masters’ programs are available in Social Science. Those who want to become research analysts in Social Science have to pursue the M Phil or PhD courses in the respective fields. Aspirants can specialize in Criminology, Political Science, Linguistics, International relations and so on. After completing the course, they can search out for career in the respective fields in which they are specialized. They can seek out for employments in private or Government agencies.

    Key differentiators between Social Studies and Social Science

    • Social Studies is the study of all phases of societies whereas Social Science is the inference of those studies with the intention of solving problems within a society, which may lead to the ultimate development of the society as a whole.
    • Social Studies is the incorporated study of Social Science and humanities to endorse efficient citizenry.

    Even if Social Studies and Social Science are poles apart, both these subject collectively help to make improvements and advancements in the society.


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