• More pictures of the the 2016 Orientation can be found on the International Center's Facebook page (ORU's International Center). (oru.edu)
• Review the Dietary Data Survey Orientation course . (cdc.gov)
• Because not all persons completed all portions of the survey, each individual in NHANES may be assigned multiple weight variables (see the Survey Orientation course for more information on how different sample weights are created). (cdc.gov)
• This module is a supplement to the Continuous NHANES tutorial Survey Orientation course, which provides an overview of all NHANES surveys, and how to navigate the NHANES website. (cdc.gov)
• Combined with knowledge gained in the Continuous NHANES tutorial Survey Orientation course, you will have a better understanding of how information is laid out on the NHANES website and how the NHANES III data files are organized. (cdc.gov)
• Thus, understanding the distribution of spatial orientations of the spin vectors of galaxies is critical to understanding the origin of the angular momenta of galaxies. (wikipedia.org)
• Clearly the geometry of spatial vectors alone is insufficient to express the orientation entanglement (the twist of the rubber bands). (wikipedia.org)
• The test was created by Harvey S. Levin and colleagues (1979), and features ten questions that assess temporal and spatial orientation, biographical recall, and memory. (wikipedia.org)
• Orientations of Proteins in Membranes (OPM) database provides spatial positions of membrane protein structures with respect to the lipid bilayer. (wikipedia.org)
• Computing Orientation Week is for all incoming students enrolled in the School of Computing (this includes Computing and the Creative Arts and Computing and Mathematics). (queensu.ca)
• In mathematics and physics, the notion of orientation entanglement is sometimes used to develop intuition relating to the geometry of spinors or alternatively as a concrete realization of the failure of the special orthogonal groups to be simply connected. (wikipedia.org)
• In mathematics, orientation is a geometric notion that in two dimensions allows one to say when a cycle goes around clockwise or counterclockwise, and in three dimensions when a figure is left-handed or right-handed. (wikipedia.org)
• The remaining edges, not in this tree, form a spanning tree of the dual graph, and their orientations can be chosen according to a bottom-up traversal of the dual spanning tree in order to ensure that each face of the original graph has an odd number of clockwise edges. (wikipedia.org)
• It is possible to find an st-numbering, and a bipolar orientation, of a given graph with designated vertices s and t, in linear time using depth-first search. (wikipedia.org)
• The given graph will be biconnected (and will have a bipolar orientation) if and only t is the only child of s in the depth-first search tree and low(v) (wikipedia.org)
• The Future Orientation Index was introduced by Tobias Preis, Helen Susannah Moat, H. Eugene Stanley and Steven Bishop using Google Trends to demonstrate that Google users from countries with a higher per capita GDP are more likely to search for information about the future than information about the past. (wikipedia.org)
• The concept of business process orientation (BPO) is based upon the work of Deming (Walton, 1996), Porter (1985), Davenport and Short (1990), Hammer (1993, 1996 and 1999), Grover et al. (wikipedia.org)
• Sexual orientation describes patterns of sexual, romantic, and emotional attraction -and one's sense of identity based on those attractions. (psychologytoday.com)
• A performance orientation is characterized by the belief that success is the result of superior ability and of surpassing one's peers. (wikipedia.org)
• Morton Ann Gernsbacher, a professor of psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, compares the orientation of toilet paper to the orientation of cutlery in a dishwasher, the choice of which drawer in a chest of drawers to place one's socks, and the order of shampooing one's hair and lathering one's body in the shower. (wikipedia.org)
• Some particular advantages cited for each orientation include: Over reduces the risk of accidentally brushing the wall or cabinet with one's knuckles, potentially transferring grime and germs. (wikipedia.org)
• On the first day of orientation, NYU Buenos Aires staff members meet students at the airport and take them to the Academic Center. (nyu.edu)
• Prepare for the arrival of and serve as an Orientation Leader to groups of first-year students, transfer students and their parents/guardians. (bc.edu)
• Outcome: Participants attending this orientation will be able to i dentify support areas for students and themselves. (google.com)
• Exchange students will have an additional orientation during the week. (k-state.edu)
• All international students are required to report to Lafene Health Center, during the scheduled time (as indicated in the orientation packet) to complete a health interview and possibly take a TB test (only those who are not from, or have not recently traveled to "high risk" countries will be required to take a TB test. (k-state.edu)
• All new students must register for an orientation to enroll in classes. (google.com)
• A 2011 study by cognitive neuroscientist Ryota Kanai at University College London found structural brain differences between subjects of different political orientation in a convenience sample of students at the same college. (wikipedia.org)
• Students will participate in a week of Orientation events designed to prepare them for university life and academic expectations, to familiarize them with independent living, and to create lasting memories. (queensu.ca)
• Queen's Orientation is an effective and unique way of targeting a receptive and engaged demographic of students, while raising brand awareness and increasing media coverage. (queensu.ca)
• The Orientation Round Table relies on partnerships with local and national businesses in order to ensure the tradition lives on, and that our week remains financially accessible to incoming students. (queensu.ca)
• From the Orientation Leaders of your group, to the Orientation Committees that plan and run the week, to the Orientation Roundtable that oversees planning, over 1,200 Queen's students make Orientation Week possible. (queensu.ca)
• While students do all the planning and running of the week, Orientation Week policy is set by the University Senate through the Senate Orientation Activities Review Board (SOARB). (queensu.ca)
• Orientation is a program designed by students who were recently in your situation - nervous and excited about arriving at Queen's University. (queensu.ca)
• If you are not living in residence and would like to participate in First Year Not In Residence Students (FYNIRS) Orientation, you will need to register! (queensu.ca)
• Orientation is run specifically for undergraduate students new to Queen's who are not in their first year of university. (queensu.ca)
• During your jam-packed four-day faculty orientation, you will be able to partake in exciting activities including Thundermugz, a pleasantly messy day with the Engineers, a relaxing Beach Day at Sandbanks Provincial Park and a Dance-Off and Barbeque with our beloved Computing students so get practicing your best dance moves (the 'Shopping Cart' and 'Lawn Mower' are totally acceptable! (queensu.ca)
• This four day action-packed orientation will prepare students for the challenges of University and acquaint them with their peers - and set them up for a successful first year at Queen's! (queensu.ca)
• These are upper-year Computing students who are all trained and dedicated to leading Orientation Week activities, answering your questions, and acting as general supports through Orientation Week and beyond. (queensu.ca)
• we want all new students in Computing to be able to enjoy our Orientation Week to the fullest! (queensu.ca)
• We're the New Students Orientation (NSO) Staff, and it's our job - and our passion - to ease the transition to UMass Amherst for both you and your family. (umass.edu)
• There are important steps all new students need to take before, during and after orientation, and it is important to start thinking ahead early! (umass.edu)
• First Year Experience Programs, along with the entire Zag community, is dedicated to providing new students with a welcoming, informative and incredibly fun Orientation Weekend. (gonzaga.edu)
• During orientation, the International Center invites speakers from different departments to give talks on various issues that international students will encounter during their stay at ORU. (oru.edu)
• Faculty Orientation and in-faculty confirmation of registration for 1st year, Advanced- Standing Transfer, Special, Visiting and Exchange Students in Law, Chancellor Day Hall. (mcgill.ca)
• Orientation for 1st year Physical and Occupational Therapy students. (mcgill.ca)
• You have successfully stumbled upon the official Orientation Week homepage, nestled deep within the Medical Students' Association website. (ualberta.ca)
• In between meeting their resident assistants, house fellows and orientation counselors, the students explored their new surroundings, learned about The Fence and other campus traditions and made some new acquaintances at Playfair, billed as the biggest icebreaker ever. (cmu.edu)
• 1st year Medicine and 1st year Dentistry students must confirm registration by attending mandatory in-faculty confirmation of registration and orientation. (mcgill.ca)
• and Science students should attend the Faculty Orientation Session at 4:00 p.m. (mcgill.ca)
• Off-Campus Connects is McGill's official welcome and orientation event for all new-students living off campus. (mcgill.ca)
• Orientation is mandatory for all new students and it is the necessary first step to preparing you for your first semester at UMass Amherst. (umass.edu)
• Orientation for international students is a two-part process. (umass.edu)
• We encourage all new students and families to use these leaders during your time at Orientation. (umsl.edu)
• The Orientation Leader (OL) team is a group of students who are trained to share about UMSL's campus resources, to share about their UMSL experience, and to build connections to their peers, faculty, and staff. (umsl.edu)
• Individuals interested in this position need to want to grow your own personal and professional development skills, want to learn/grow knowledge about UMSL's campus, want to share positive experiences of being a student, and to provide our incoming students and families the best experience at Orientation. (umsl.edu)
• Work closely and effectively with Orientation Leaders and staff to make a memorable and welcoming environment for new students. (umsl.edu)
• All new undergraduate students at NSU are required to attend orientation. (nova.edu)
• Eison argued that students who approached college as an opportunity to acquire new skills and knowledge possessed a learning orientation while students who approached college with the goal to exclusively obtain high grades possessed a grade orientation. (wikipedia.org)
• Students' achievement orientations were shown to be predictive of academic performance, specifically, students with high achievement orientation tended to value competence, expect success and seek challenges, while students with low achievement motivation tended to expect failure and avoid challenges. (wikipedia.org)
• This also allows students a chance to orient themselves to student life without the pressure of lectures-hence the term Orientation week is used to describe this week of induction into university life. (wikipedia.org)
• Jost and colleagues posed that political orientation is associated with psychological processes for managing fear and uncertainty A 2011 study by cognitive neuroscientist Ryota Kanai's group at University College London published in Current Biology, found a correlation between differences in political views and differences in brain structures in a convenience sample of students from University College London. (wikipedia.org)
• In Hong Kong's universities and higher education institutions, orientation camps (Chinese: 迎新營), also known as "Ocamp", are held by different student organizations in order to welcome new students before their first academic year. (wikipedia.org)
• Housing is provided from the time Orientation Leaders are expected to move out of spring semester housing through the Thursday after Session 6 (July 23, 2020). (bc.edu)
• Orientation Leaders in the past have been able to hold part-time jobs in the summer, in addition to fulfilling the responsibilities of the position. (bc.edu)
• Please check the orientation schedule for the date, time and location of this session. (k-state.edu)
• Managers and supervisors, through orientation, training and other programs, want to help you achieve your career goals while, at the same time, accomplishing the USDA mission. (usda.gov)
• Even though we have completed our last orientation session, you still have time to register and enroll at UTC for the Spring 2020 semester. (utc.edu)
• Of course we're going to review these details with you during your orientation session, but by reading ahead of time, you'll be much more prepared to take in the advice of our student leaders and your advisors. (umass.edu)
• How will this impact my time at orientation? (umass.edu)
• It is important to enroll as early as possible, not only so that the UT can process your application on time, but also so that you have time to participate in any final study orientation activities. (utwente.nl)
• Ultimately, individuals can entertain multiple competing goal orientations at the same time, striving to both outperform competitors and improve their own performance. (wikipedia.org)
• By recording the orientation at the time of capture, the camera's software can determine whether the image should be oriented to landscape or portrait format. (wikipedia.org)
• At the time of this experiment it was not conclusive that these orientation selective cells were in a "columnar" structure but the possibility of this structure was considered by research conducted by Vernon Mountcastle in 1956 about the topographic properties of the somatosensory system. (wikipedia.org)
• In the early 1950s, Neville Robinson, Jim Daniels, and Michael Grace produced an example of nuclear orientation for the first time at the Clarendon Laboratory, University of Oxford. (wikipedia.org)
• Orientation is a function of the mind involving awareness of three dimensions: time, place and person. (wikipedia.org)
• Orientation - Determine if the person is "alert and oriented, times three (to person, place, and time). (wikipedia.org)
• For bipartite graphs, it is possible to determine whether a Pfaffian orientation exists, and if so find one, in polynomial time. (wikipedia.org)
• If the rigid body has rotational symmetry not all orientations are distinguishable, except by observing how the orientation evolves in time from a known starting orientation. (wikipedia.org)
• It is possible to find a single orientation in linear time, but it is #P-complete to count the number of strong orientations of a given graph. (wikipedia.org)
• Another way in which future orientation has been conceptualized is through time perspective. (wikipedia.org)
• Two related components of the time perspective framework are time attitude and time orientation. (wikipedia.org)
• When the orientation has the additional property that the orientation forms a directed acyclic graph, which happens when unique sink orientations are used to model LP-type problems, it is possible to find the sink using a randomized algorithm in expected time exponential in the square root of d (Szabó & Welzl 2001). (wikipedia.org)
• This results in the activated neurons becoming adapted to the same orientation stimulus, if the stimulus is viewed for a period of time. (wikipedia.org)
• AP) - Gov. Andy Beshear spoke against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity and supported a ban on conversion therapy for LGBTQ youth during a historic appearance at a gay-rights rally Wednesday at Kentucky's Capitol. (ap.org)
• You can also follow @AMS_ORT on Twitter or like the Queen's Orientation Roundtable Page on Facebook to stay up-to-date with Orientation Week news at Queen's. (queensu.ca)
• A long-standing and proud tradition of Queen's University, is our entirely student-run Orientation Week. (queensu.ca)
• Participation in Orientation is often an incredible experience that many people list as one of their best at Queen's. (queensu.ca)
• Orientation Week at Queen's is completely alcohol-free - there is no alcohol in any events, and nobody involved in planning or running Orientation consumes alcohol during the week. (queensu.ca)
• A performance-avoidance orientation describes individuals who strive to avoid looking incompetent, or less able than their peers by cultivating an appearance of effortless achievement. (wikipedia.org)
• The people with this type of orientation are highly concerned with their own success then gaining approval from their peers. (wikipedia.org)
• Highly indifferent people are worried about being accepted by their peers at work (organizational orientations and communication traits). (wikipedia.org)
• Factors that influence cell division orientation are cell shape , anisotropic localization of specific proteins and mechanical tensions. (wikipedia.org)
• An orientation system adapted to be mounted within a vehicle, comprising a display including a rotational heading indicating compass card fabricated from an image retaining electronic display panel responsive to bearing data signals. (google.com)
• Additionally, Orientation Leaders are able to move in early to their fall 2020 housing, when they return on August 21, for session 7 training. (bc.edu)
• Additionally, a k-regular subgraph of the given graph forms a face of the polytope if and only if its vertices form a lower set for at least one acyclic unique sink orientation. (wikipedia.org)
• Individuals with a learning goal orientation (sometimes referred to as mastery goal orientation or abbreviated as LGO), seek to develop their competence by acquiring new skills and mastering new situations. (wikipedia.org)
• A mastery orientation is characterized by the belief that success is the result of effort and use of the appropriate strategies. (wikipedia.org)
• Across numerous studies, mastery orientation has been shown to promote adaptive patterns of learning, which ultimately lead to high academic achievement and adjustment. (wikipedia.org)
• A mastery-approach orientation describes individuals who are focused on learning as much as possible, overcoming challenges through hard work, or increasing their competence at a task. (wikipedia.org)
• A mastery-avoidance orientation describes individuals who want to avoid doing worse than they have done before or failing to learn as much as possible. (wikipedia.org)
• The orientation character is an algebraic structure on the fundamental group of a manifold, which captures which loops are orientation reversing and which are orientation preserving. (wikipedia.org)
• The notion of an orientation of a vector bundle generalizes an orientation of a manifold: an orientation of a manifold is an orientation of the tangent bundle of the manifold. (wikipedia.org)
• i.e., the orientation sheaf of the tangent bundle of M is literally trivial, then the above reduces to the usual integration of a differential form. (wikipedia.org)
• in particular, one can define a relative orientation sheaf using a relative dualizing complex. (wikipedia.org)
• The integration along the fiber Orientation bundle (or orientation sheaf) - this is used to formulate the Thom isomorphism for non-oriented bundles. (wikipedia.org)
• In graph theory, a bipolar orientation or st-orientation of an undirected graph is an assignment of a direction to each edge (an orientation) that causes the graph to become a directed acyclic graph with a single source s and a single sink t, and an st-numbering of the graph is a topological ordering of the resulting directed acyclic graph. (wikipedia.org)
• it is a bipolar orientation if it has exactly one source and exactly one sink. (wikipedia.org)
• in this case, a bipolar orientation for s and t must have s as its unique source and t as its unique sink. (wikipedia.org)
• A graph has a bipolar orientation if and only if it has an st-numbering. (wikipedia.org)
• NYU organizes a pre-departure orientation session at the Washington Square campus prior to your departure. (nyu.edu)
• Orientation Leaders earn a stipend that is paid in weekly installments from the start of training through session 6, with an additional payment for session 7. (bc.edu)
• Meals are provided during the retreat, training days, and each three-day Orientation session. (bc.edu)
• We recommend that you bring your passport, I-20 or DS-2019, and I-94 record (or a copy of each) with you to the orientation session. (nyu.edu)
• All employees and researchers planning to work with radioactive materials or radiation-producing machines must attend an orientation session with one of the health physicists in the EHS Office. (caltech.edu)
• Please select which orientation session you want to attend. (google.com)
• At the beginning of each governance year, the Secretariat organizes a Senate orientation session for new and returning Senators. (mcgill.ca)
• What should I do if I need to change my confirmed orientation session? (umass.edu)
• and not every school/college participates in each orientation session. (umass.edu)
• Call or email our office as soon as possible, even if the orientation session has already started. (umass.edu)
• Can my friend and I register for the same orientation session so we can carpool together? (umass.edu)
• Do I have to spend the night at my Orientation session? (umass.edu)
• Orientation is mandatory, however, if you have an extenuating circumstance that prevents you from attending orientation, you need to log into our registration site and mark yourself as "Cannot Attend" on the Choose a Session tab. (umass.edu)
• In this on-line Orientation, we have included information to answer questions you may have about working for the Federal Government as a new employee, or as a transferring employee (coming from a Federal agency or department outside of the US Department of Agriculture). (usda.gov)
• Navigation: Many links within this Orientation will take you to external web sites and are marked with an *, to continue the New Employee Orientation on this site close all external site window(s). (usda.gov)
• Forms: All of the forms linked to within this Employee Orientation are in Portable Document Format (or PDF). (usda.gov)
• Each Monday, the State Personnel Department provides a new employee orientation that lasts an entire day. (in.gov)
• Market orientation perspectives include the decision-making perspective (Shapiro, 1988), market intelligence perspective (Kohli and Jaworski, 1990), culturally based behavioural perspective (Narver and Slater, 1990), strategic perspective (Ruekert, 1992) and customer orientation perspective (Deshpande et al. (wikipedia.org)
• In graph theory, a strong orientation of an undirected graph is an assignment of a direction to each edge (an orientation) that makes it into a strongly connected graph. (wikipedia.org)
• Service-orientation inherits a number of principles from earlier paradigms including object-oriented programming, component-based software engineering and open distributed processing. (wikipedia.org)
• A full rotation will move the vector around so that the new orientation of the vector is the same as the old one. (wikipedia.org)
• For example, the orientation in space of a line, line segment, or vector can be specified with only two values, for example two direction cosines. (wikipedia.org)
• Therefore, any orientation can be represented by a rotation vector (also called Euler vector) that leads to it from the reference frame. (wikipedia.org)
• When used to represent an orientation, the rotation vector is commonly called orientation vector, or attitude vector. (wikipedia.org)
• The orientation on a real vector space is the arbitrary choice of which ordered bases are "positively" oriented and which are "negatively" oriented. (wikipedia.org)
• A vector space with an orientation selected is called an oriented vector space, while one not having an orientation selected, is called unoriented. (wikipedia.org)
• If all zero-dimensional vector spaces are assigned this orientation, then, because all isomorphisms among zero-dimensional vector spaces preserve the ordered basis, they also preserve the orientation. (wikipedia.org)
• This is unlike the case of higher-dimensional vector spaces where there is no way to choose an orientation so that it is preserved under all isomorphisms. (wikipedia.org)
• A vector bundle together with an orientation is called an oriented bundle. (wikipedia.org)
• A vector bundle that can be given an orientation is called an orientable vector bundle. (wikipedia.org)
• It is commonly acknowledged that several service-orientation principles have their roots in the object-oriented design paradigm. (wikipedia.org)
• Judgment of Line Orientation (JLO) is a standardized test of visuospatial skills commonly associated with functioning of the parietal lobe in the right hemisphere. (wikipedia.org)
• To investigate its function in visual orientation, researchers have utilised MDMA, or as it is commonly referred to, Ecstasy (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine). (wikipedia.org)
• Orientation & Enrollment for course registration will be on Thursday or Friday the week before courses begin. (k-state.edu)
• If you have not already done so, in order to register for classes, be sure to set up your eID (the first part of your email address @ksu.edu) before attending orientation and enrollment. (k-state.edu)
• Check-in for Orientation & Enrollment begins at 8:00 a.m. and activities start promptly at 8:30 a.m. on the ground floor of the K-State Student Union. (k-state.edu)
• Even if you have already enrolled in some or all of your courses, you are still required to attend Orientation & Enrollment. (k-state.edu)
• You'll be eligible to register for orientation within two business days of your enrollment fee being recorded as received in SPIRE. (umass.edu)
• Thank you for your interest in the Orientation Leader position for Summer 2020! (bc.edu)
• NYU Buenos Aires' weeklong orientation program is mandatory. (nyu.edu)
• Pre-registering helps committees with their planning and will make the first morning of Orientation Week a little quicker and easier, but it is not mandatory. (queensu.ca)
• Individuals with an intrinsic religious orientation (i.e., religion as an end) tend to be sociosexually restricted, while those with an extrinsic religious orientation (i.e., religion as a means to achieve non-religious goals) tend to be unrestricted. (wikipedia.org)
• The CDC Library offers library orientation and tours for individuals or groups, both internal and external to CDC. (cdc.gov)
• Individuals with a performance goal orientation seek to demonstrate and validate the adequacy of their competence in order to receive favorable judgments and avoid negative judgments. (wikipedia.org)
• Achievement orientations have been shown to be associated with individuals' academic achievement, adjustment, and well-being. (wikipedia.org)
• A performance-approach orientation describes individuals who want to demonstrate and prove to others their high ability. (wikipedia.org)
• Individuals conceptions of intelligence have been shown to influence cognitive and motivational factors associated with achievement orientation and ultimately academic performance. (wikipedia.org)
• It is claimed that mapper behavior can be very confusing when observed by individuals who do not have the mapper orientation. (wikipedia.org)
• They added that "a market orientation appears to provide a unifying focus for the efforts and projects of individuals and departments within the organization. (wikipedia.org)
• This approach to understanding future orientation focuses on the content and themes individuals and groups refer to when they think about the future. (wikipedia.org)
• Vernacular orientation is described in three areas of sociolinguistic behaviour: patterns of vernacular language use, vernacular language proficiency and frequency of vernacular-speaking individuals in social networks. (wikipedia.org)
• Play media Orientation and Mobility, or O&M, is a profession which focuses on instructing individuals who are blind or visually impaired with safe and effective travel through their environment. (wikipedia.org)
• Serotonin has been hypothesised to be involved in visual orientation because individuals who use MDMA exhibit an increase in the magnitude of the tilt aftereffect (TAE). (wikipedia.org)
• This report called for an ongoing collection of sexual orientation data in federally-funded surveys and more research on inequities in health care. (cdc.gov)
• Jackson CL, Agénor M, Johnson DA, Kawachi I. Sexual orientation identity disparities in health behaviors, outcomes, and service use among men and women in the United States: a cross-sectional study. (cdc.gov)
• Performance orientation is predictive of negative affect, avoidance of challenge and poor achievement outcomes. (wikipedia.org)