The first year of study in higher education is a time of major transition for students. While the importance of induction has been widely demonstrated, there is evidence to suggest that not all students benefit equally from participation in induction. This study examined attendance rates at induction, the relationship between induction attendance and first year […]

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A reporter asks if the arrest was a surprise.”We sort of expected this to happen because the people in Coral Gables are used to burning books,” Powers declares. “The city attorney, by the way, and this is a fact and I have documentation, is on a mailing list [for] sex literature. I think [this is] […]

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The type 2 fuzzy logic system models are compared in their ability to model uncertainties associated with these problems. Issues related to this combination between simulated annealing and fuzzy logic sys tems, including type 2 fuzzy logic systems, are discussed. The results demonstrate that learning the third dimension in type 2 fuzzy sets with a […]

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The Janneys and Phipps were connected by more than blood. They were both major breeding families, and bred most of their horses at Claiborne Farm. The Phipps owned Reviewer, Ruffian’s sire, and the Janneys owned her dam Shenanigans. We asked Rachel what the title track to her life is right now, and she said, by […]

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In December, 2017, Joe was appointed a Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army. He also serves on the Board of the Business Executives for National Security, the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund, the Southwestern Medical Foundation and the Dallas Citizens Council. Additionally, Joe is a Council member of the George W. This paper demonstrates […]

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Despite her limited formal education, Hughes, who credits publishing legend John H. Johnson as one of her mentors, worked her way up at Omaha’s KOWH radio starting in 1969 before heading to the nation’s capital to become a lecturer at Howard University. In 1975, she became general manager for the university’s radio station, WHUR FM.. […]

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Located south of the Colorado Springs Airport, and bounded on two sides by Powers Boulevard, the 650 acres open space that encircles much of the privately owned and currently dry Big Johnson Reservoir, isn’t necessarily the quietest place to hike. But, the opportunity to see wildlife birds, antelope, prairie dogs, and yes, rattlesnakes along with […]

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