Night sleep duration of Japanese children aged 10-18 y has become shorter by one hour during the last 30 years in Japan [1]. The so called 24-hour society, which is currently in progress in Japan, seems to change environmental conditions surrounding children. For example, mobile phones are used by more than 90 % of university students and more than 30% of junior high school students living in the urban area of Kochi city (33°N) [2]. Students can communicate with their colleagues even in the middle of the night with mobile phones. Frequent or long-time (more than 30 min) usage of the mobile phone makes university and junior high school students more evening-typed [2].. Convenience stores are open for 24 hours and provide several kinds of food and other goods for general civilian life. Convenience stores are now common all over Japan even in suburban areas. Illumination inside the convenience stores is very bright (2000 lux or more at the level of the eyes). Bright lighting in retail stores ...
The Union of Secondary Students (USS) was founded in January 2001 by Shane ODonnell, Lorcan Fox, Graham Barry, Carly-Anne Gannon and Lyndsey O Connell. With the help of the Union of Students in Ireland, the founders set up a meeting, which took place in University College Dublin on 28 March 2001. USS, the Union of Secondary Students disbanded in August 2008. The Union campaigns for the rights of Students and has a close working relationship with The Department of Education and Science, The National Childrens Office, the NYCI, NCCA, NPCPP, CPA, and USI. They are also a member of the Organizing Bureau of European School Student Unions (OBESSU). In April 2004 they voted to accept membership from students in Northern Ireland and, as of 21 May 2005, the Union of Secondary Students has a registered membership of 47,000 students in the Republic of Ireland, representing approximately 14% of the second level students in the country. The USS is criticized by many for its close ties with the Government, ...
ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS ICT SKILLS. ABSTRACT. The study examined the attitude of secondary school students towards the use of ICT skills. The study specifically intended to find out how long students have had access to computers, ascertain the general attitudes of students toward Computer study and determine gender disparity in the attitudes of students toward the study of computer.. The descriptive survey was used to find out the attitude of secondary school students towards the use of ICT skills in Gboyin Local Government Area of Ekiti State. The population consisted of all the secondary school students in Gboyin Local Government Area of Ekiti State. While the sample used for this research work consisted of one hundred (100) students in senior secondary classes two and three (SS II and SS III) that were selected from the two secondary schools.. Results showed that most of the students have access to desktop computers or laptop at home, they have access to ICT facilities ...
The smoking habits of 9,276 high-school students (15-18 years old) in six cities of Northern Greece were studied using a questionnaire in order to determine the prevalence and possible risk factors for initiation of smoking. We observed that 29.6% of high-school students (32.6% of boys and 26.7% of girls) were current smokers. A percentage of 43.3% had started smoking before the age of 14. Reactive behaviour towards parents and teachers advice (40.2%) and the existence of smoking friends (40.1%) were the main reasons of initiation. A well-planned integrated anti-smoking campaign is urgently required, especially among students and teachers.
Despite the increase in methodological sophistication and complexity of models being tested for international student adjustment to universities in the United States (U.S.), researchers often do not test or control for salient demographic differences between students, including their educational status (i.e., graduate or undergraduate) and country in which they graduated high school. The current study was designed to examine whether demographic variables are associated with a range of social outcomes. Participants (N = 245) from 23 U.S. colleges and universities completed a survey in Fall 2017. Undergraduate students reported having a higher number of close friends at their institution than did graduate students; however, they also reported a lower sense of belonging than did graduate students. Students who graduated from high school in the United States reported less social support from international students at university. Implications for students and for future research are
Northern Potter Junior Senior High School is a diminutive, rural, public junior senior high school located in Ulysses, Potter County, Pennsylvania. It is the sole high school operated by the Northern Potter School District. The School serves the municipalities of Ulysses, Ulysses Township, Genesee, Bingham, and Harrison as well as portions of Allegany Township and Hector Township. In 2015, enrollment was reported as 252 pupils in 7th through 12th grades, with 55% of pupils eligible for a free lunch due to family poverty. Additionally, 17% of pupils received special education services, while 1.5% of pupils were identified as gifted. Northern Potter Junior Senior High School employed 26 teachers. Per the Pennsylvania Department of Education, 21% of the teachers were rated Non‐Highly Qualified under the federal No Child Left Behind Act. In 2013, Northern Potter Junior Senior High School officials reported an enrollment of 251 pupils (7th-12th), with 47% from low income homes. According to the ...
Research indicates that alcohol abuse is linked to negative consequences (e.g., drunk driving, physical altercations, etc.) among college students (Hingson, Heeren, Winter, & Wechsler, 2005). Although previous research has shown that parental influence diminishes when adolescents enter college, more recent research suggests that parents still have some influence (Galotti & Mark, 1994; Lehr, Dilorio, Dudley, & Lipana, 2000). This week the DRAM reviews a study that examined the impact of parental permissibility of alcohol use during late high school on alcohol use and negative drinking consequences experienced among college students (Abar, Abar, & Turrisi, 2009). Methods: The researchers randomly recruited...
EAU CLAIRE (WQOW)- After over a month of successful COVID-19 antigen testing for UW-Eau Claire students living in dorms, off-campus students are now invited to take part.. UW-Eau Claire is now welcoming all students living off-campus at the testing site in the McPhee Center. The university recently received a new testing machine, and hired more staff to test a higher number of students. The tests were previously available only to students living in dorms, but thats now being extended to all students to help limit the spread of COVID-19.. We know that our students are a critical part of the Chippewa Valley economy, so theyre working in workplaces that their work is required for us to be successful in the Chippewa Valley, said Jodi Thesing-Ritter, executive director for diversity and inclusion at UW-Eau Claire. So, if our students are in our workplaces, we want to make sure theyre not positive. This is a service to the community overall.. Testing for off-campus students is not mandatory, as ...
Study aim: To assess body composition, health awareness and cardiorespiratory fitness in female university students differing in volume of obligatory physical activity classes.Material and methods: 109 female students of the University of West Hungary volunteered to participate in the study. The subjects were divided into two groups according to frequency and volume of obligatory physical activity: students of recreation and health education programmes (RHE; n = 27) and of social pedagogy, tourism and catering, and teacher training programmes (STT; n = 82). Basic somatic characteristics were measured, body composition was assessed by bioelectrical impedance, cardiorespiratory fitness was evaluated using the Rockport Fitness Walking Test and health behaviour was assessed by questionnaire method. Student's t-test for independent samples, the U Mann Whitney test or chi-square test were used in data analysis.Results: RHE students had higher values of percentage muscle mass (p,0.05) and of ...
Background: Adolescents/young adults are prone to overweight and obesity while transiting from to adulthood.. Objective: The study investigated the dietary patterns and prevalence of overweight and obesity among female undergraduates in University of Nigeria, Nsukka.. Methods: This study employed a cross sectional survey design. Multi-stage random sampling technique was used to select 656 participants. Instruments used for data collection were questionnaire and anthropometric measurements. The height and weight measurements of the respondents were used to determine their body mass index. Data collected were analyzed using the computer software package Statistical Product for Service Solution version 22. Descriptive statistics were carried out on the data collected.. Results: The respondents were aged 16 - 29years and had low intake of fruits and vegetables, legumes, meat and fish and high consumption of high calorie dense foods. Majority (75%) of the respondents skipped meals mostly due to time ...
Several Biomedical Equipment Technology students at Stanly Community College (SCC) were able to get top-notch training in Ohio. Radiological Service Training Institute (RSTI) is an internationally recognized school that specializes in X-Ray, CT, and MRI repair training for the medical industry. They offer advanced training in four levels, beginning with Phase I. Each year they conduct a Phase I training class especially for college students from around the country at their headquarters in Solon, Ohio. Typically their two week course is concentrated into six days and the tuition of $4,695 is reduced to $700 for current college students. This year, six Biomedical Equipment Technology students were able to attend, and for the third year in a row, SCC students earned top scores against University and other 4-year college students.. Congratulations to SCC students: Jovane Macias, Mark Dorr, Brittany Needham, Erica Leigh Douglas, Charles Sullivan, and Tim Blizzard, for representing SCC in such an ...
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Stress during tertiary educational period has significant negative effect on the performance of a student. Mental distress is increasing among students and is one of the important public health concerns. This study was carried out to investigate the socio demographic characteristics of students, level of their stress feeling, and status of mental health and to find out the co-relation of different factors associated with the level of stress feelings. A cross sectional study was conducted among the students of the Department of Pharmacy of UAP. A total of 504 students (181 male students and 323 female students) participated in this study. Feeling of severe stress was almost equal to both sexes. But, moderate level of stress was more associated with female students (N = 253, F = 78.33%) and overall female students were more stressful than male. Thought towards future career ranked one among many reasons of stress in students (59.67% for male students and 37.46% for female students). In terms of academic
This survey interviewed students at colleges that participated in the first two rounds of the HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH COLLEGE ALCOHOL STUDY, which were conducted in 1993 and 1997 (ICPSR 6577 and 3163). As in the previous surveys, the 1999 survey focused on alcohol use and alcohol problems among undergraduate college students. The survey collected information on students use of alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs, views on campus alcohol policies and student alcohol use, reasons for drinking alcohol and reasons for not drinking or limiting drinking, and personal difficulties caused by drinking problems (e.g., missed classes, trouble with police, and health problems). Additional topics covered by the survey include overall health status, daily activities, satisfaction with education being received, grade-point average, living arrangements, social life, sexual activity (heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual), use of condoms during sexual intercourse, date rape, drunk driving, and ...
This survey interviewed students at colleges that participated in the first two rounds of the HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH COLLEGE ALCOHOL STUDY, which were conducted in 1993 and 1997 (ICPSR 6577 and 3163). As in the previous surveys, the 1999 survey focused on alcohol use and alcohol problems among undergraduate college students. The survey collected information on students use of alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs, views on campus alcohol policies and student alcohol use, reasons for drinking alcohol and reasons for not drinking or limiting drinking, and personal difficulties caused by drinking problems (e.g., missed classes, trouble with police, and health problems). Additional topics covered by the survey include overall health status, daily activities, satisfaction with education being received, grade-point average, living arrangements, social life, sexual activity (heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual), use of condoms during sexual intercourse, date rape, drunk driving, and ...
Ideal education for students in Southwest Petroleum University is an important aspect of the ideological and political education. The purpose of the ideal education is to establish college students scientific world outlook, outlook on life and values of the important content. Based on the ideal of education for the significance of College Students personal growth and social progress and development, the party and the government attach great importance to the ideal education for college students, all colleges and universities also the ideal education as a top priority of the ideological and political education of college students. This study reviews the history of ideal education in recent years, analyzes the effect of ideal education of college students factors and the existing problems of ideal education for college students. Based on the problems of ideal education for college students is presented: first, to raise awareness, to fully understand the importance of ideal education for college students
Cleveland Community College utilizes numerous methods to measure student achievement. The College participates in the North Carolina Community College Systems (NCCCS) accountability process, from which results for the 58 North Carolina Community Colleges are published annually in the Performance Measures for Student Success Report (2015, 2016, 2017). Each year, CCC provides NCCCS performance measures data via the Academic Bulletin and Student Handbook. Measures include Basic Skills Student Progress, College-Level English Course Success, College-Level Math Course Success, First Year Progression, Curriculum Student Completion, Licensure and Certification Passing Rate, and College Transfer Performance. The State Board of Community Colleges began monitoring performance data on specific measures to ensure public accountability for programs and services in 1993. In 1998, the General Assembly directed the State Board to review past performance measures and define standards to ensure programs and ...
Canadian Student Rate , International Student Rate , Distance & Online Canadian Rate , Distance & Online International Student Rate , Tuition Based on Program , Endowment Fees , Student Organization Fees. Student Organization Fees. All students are assessed a flat UMSU fee regardless of course load (different rate for Bannatyne Campus students), plus a per credit hour or per term fee based on the faculty/school in which you are enrolled.. Details on student organization fees for undergraduate students can be found on the UMSU website Summer Session 2013 - student organization flat fee of $5.00 is assessed.. ...
The ACM Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval introduced a new means to connect and stay connected with our student population: Student Liaisons.. Our mission as Student Liaisons for SIGIR is to provide students with the best possible conditions to thrive. To make sure that we listen to critiques and sensitive subjects as well as suggestions for improvement from the student body. The Student Liaisons are the Go-To point for student participants in their geographic region.. SIGIR conferences are meeting places for information retrieval researchers to talk and build new connections. Building a professional network is one of the key criteria for a successful career in information academia and industry. Student Liaisons are here ensure that student attendees in the corners are introduced and tightly knit into our community, enacting the no student left behind mission. Student Liaisons also work with the ACM SIGIR Student Affairs Chair to design social student events and luncheons, and ...
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Student dormitory as a social and cultural space plays an important role in students' satisfaction from university and higher education and their educational performance, which is why understanding the living conditions of dormitories and their management is necessary to improve it. The present article, while conceptualizing the quality of dormitory life, uses survey method and questionnaire technique to study the quality of dormitory life among 2500 students in 10 university districts and 22 universities in the country. The findings showed that in the welfare dimension, students were dissatisfied with the facilities of the room, the building and the dormitory, the cultural facilities and the physical welfare facilities. In the cultural dimension, on the one hand, students were dissatisfied with the cultural activities and programs in the dormitory, and on the other hand, they would not enjoy their leisure time. In the social dimension, the identity of social pathologies among girls was mainly
The Committee encourages class or school organizations and school government organizations (such as student councils), to be formed to offer practice in self-government and to serve as channels for the expression of students ideas and opinions, as appropriate to the age of students.. The Committee will take into consideration student opinions in establishing policies that directly affect student programs, activities, privileges, and other areas of student sensitivity. Students will be welcomed at Committee meetings and granted privileges of speaking consistent with the privileges extended to the general public.. As required by state law, while school is in session the Committee will meet at least once every other month with its Student Advisory Committee, which is composed of five students elected by the high school student body. All students elected to the Student Advisory Committee will be ex-officio nonvoting members of the Committee without the right to attend executive sessions unless the ...
Public officials, civic organizations, and other groups and individuals are cooperating with the colleges and universities in developing an atmosphere of cordial good will toward Japanese American students who are being relocated through services of the National Japanese American Student Relocation Council. This Council was organized some 3 months ago at the request of the War Relocation Authority and with approval of the War Department.. The emergency evacuation from the Western Defense Area by the Wartime Civil Control Administration (WCCA) of all residents of Japanese extraction brought a total of approximately 100,000 individuals into assembly centers and then to more permanent relocation centers. This evacuation brought with it the sudden interruption of college and university studies or plans for between two and three thousand American-born sons and daughters of Japanese parents. The number includes not only those who were actually enrolled as undergraduates in West Coast colleges, but ...
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Concerned faculty members regularly contact Disability Services (DS) with questions about a student that they feel may have a disability. While DS obviously desires that all students with disabilities receive the necessary accommodations, it is the responsibility of the student to initiate contact with DS.. All students admitted to Ball State are sent a disability self-disclosure form. If this form is returned, the student will be made aware of services that Ball State offers pertaining to the disability that the student lists on the self-disclosure form. Students may also disclose a disability to DS at any time during their time at Ball State. Unlike high school, where teachers actively refer students to special education services, we must remember that college students are adults, and privacy is a major consideration. As a result, if you have a student that you feel qualifies for services from DS, your referral to the DS office needs to be informational and supportive as opposed to directive ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - The association between social networks and self-rated risk of HIV infection among secondary school students in Moshi Municipality, Tanzania. AU - Richey, Lisa Ann. PY - 2013. Y1 - 2013. N2 - This study describes the social networks of secondary school students in Moshi Municipality, and their association with self-rated risk of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. A cross-sectional analytical study was conducted among 300 students aged 15-24 years in 5 secondary schools in Moshi, Tanzania. Bonding networks were defined as social groupings of students participating in activities within the school, while bridging networks were groups that included students participating in social groupings from outside of the school environs. A structured questionnaire was used to ask about participation in bonding and bridging social networks and self-rated HIV risk behavior. More participants participated in bonding networks (72%) than in bridging networks (29%). Participation in ...
Student Services Division of Student Affairs. The Division of Student Affairs is responsible for offering a variety of programs and services to meet student needs including: career development, student employment, mental health services, international student assistance, health services, student life, student center operations, campus ministry, housing and residence life, athletics, recreation, drug/alcohol prevention programs, pre-collegiate access programs, access-ability services, and police and university judicial affairs. Through its various offices, the division assists students by making them aware of co-curricular opportunities, helping them to optimize performance behaviorally and academically, enriching their college experience in a variety of areas, and ensuring the protection of student rights and responsibilities. It is the goal of the division to create and support an environment that fosters the intellectual, social and emotional growth of the student body. All members of the ...
Accommodation is one of the biggest costs associated with studying away from home, and is therefore an area students and their parents will look at carefully when deciding between institutions and locations. This may be particularly true when two institutions are comparable on other measures, but one stands out for the quality, comfort, or innovativeness of housing available to students.. This is especially the case for international students, who are not only living far from home but also surrounded by new cultures and languages. Safe, comfortable, and affordable housing is a must - both for the peace of mind of students and their families but also for academic success.. Whether a student is domestic or international, housing is a significant element of their study experience. Indeed, as many international educators know well, problems with accommodations can overshadow an otherwise exceptional programme, classroom, or campus. Students come to school to study, but they also carry hopes of ...
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Pursuant to Section 2165 of the New York Public Health Law and accompanying regulations of the Commissioner of Health, each Student of Onondaga Community College must provide to the College a certificate of Immunization meeting the requirements of this policy from a Health Practitioner or other acceptable form of evidence of such Students Immunization against measles, mumps and rubella, unless such Student presents: (i) a certificate from a licensed physician or nurse practitioner certifying that such Immunization may be detrimental to the persons health or is otherwise medically contraindicated (in which case the requirements may be waived until such Immunization is determined no longer to be detrimental to the Students health or otherwise medically contraindicated); (ii) proof of honorable discharge from the armed services within ten years from the date of application to Onondaga Community College (which shall qualify the Student to attend the College pending the actual receipt of ...
Anemia is the common nutritional problem worldwide, recent studies showed that young adults specially females are at increased risk of anemia. The BMI has been used by the WHO as the standard for recording obesity statistics since the early 1980s. We studied 376 students, males were 178 students (47.3%) and females were 198 (52.7%). Students with normal Hb were 353 students (93.9%) and low Hb in 23 students (6.1%). Students with normal weight were 255 students (67.8%), underweight in 74 students (19.7%), over weight in 44 students(11.7%) and obesity in 3 students (0.8%). In Elimam Elmahadi university underweight students also had low Hb and more studies were need to evaluate the etiology of low Hb.. ...
The primary purpose of this study was to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the TRIO Student Support Services program at Butte College, a federally funded program to aid low income, disabled and first generation college students. The study will present suggestions for increasing the self-efficacy of the TRIO students and for improving the retention and transfer rates for these students to four year institutions.; Data were collected through a Likert self-efficacy questionnaire sent to 140 TRIO students, two randomly chosen campus classes of 77 non-TRIO students, a tabulation of responses of 53 randomly chosen applications of TRIO students that included a Personal Needs Assessment, interviews with the Butte College TRIO Director and Assistant Director, faculty, staff, eight TRIO students, three former TRIO students, a review of federal TRIO and other government documents, and a literature review of student retention, remediation, and self-efficacy.; The TRIO application and Personal Needs ...
by Pete Rosenbery. CARBONDALE, Ill. -- The opportunity to become engaged in research activities at Southern Illinois University Carbondale is not limited only to juniors and seniors. A total of 33 undergraduate students, nearly all freshman and sophomores, received an early exposure to collegiate research opportunities with poster presentations at the annual Undergraduate Creative Activities and Research Forum at the Student Center on April 7. The Center for Undergraduate and Creative Activities connects undergraduate students with a faculty mentor based on the students creative activity or research interests. The program gives students a chance to learn more about expectations for success in their chosen interest, while also developing valuable research and critical thinking skills that are essential to advancing in their respective field of study. Three students earned first-place awards for their research at the event. Kelly Schmidt of Litchfield was first in the biological science category; ...
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Risk Factors for Depression in College Students. Abstract: Depression is an increasingly prevalent mental health issue, and most college students are at the age of first onset. This study utilized logistic regression to build a model for use in identification of depression in college students. In particular, it was determined that both sleep and exercise interact, with lower levels of each indicating greater risk for depression in this population. These findings are useful in identifying students at-risk for depression so that preventative services might be offered to such students.. Background and Significance. Depression is a mental illness that can be debilitating to those who experience it. In addition to psychological handicaps, depression can also affect a persons cognitive ability and physical health. Between 5 and 8% of Americans suffer from depression each year; only half of those people are treated despite known treatments being substantially effective (Duckworth, 2013). Therefore, it ...
Scholarships will be awarded in April of their senior year, after the student has been accepted to a 4-year college or a 2-year community college. Individual scholarships awards will be $2500 per year for four years (paid bi-annually) for students attending a 4-year college. Students attending a 2-year community college with a direct transfer agreement will receive scholarship awards of $1000 per year for two years (paid bi-annually). If after attending community college, student attend a 4-year college, they will receive a scholarships award of $2500 per year for two years (paid bi-annually ...
Students who do not have a student employment award as a part of their financial aid package must wait until October 1st of fall semester or the third week of classes of spring semester to start applying for Tier I positions. However, they do not need to wait to apply for Tier II and Tier III positions, which require a higher or specific skill level. An example of an approved no-need (often Tier II or Tier III level) position is a preceptor. A preceptor must have taken and received a specific grade in the course they are precepting, and must also carry a specific GPA according to department requirement in order to be hired. This type of position could be filled by either a financial aid or no-need student. While students with a student employment award are often given priority for positions, non-aid students should not feel discouraged to apply for available positions. Once hired, non-aid students also need to request a Student Employment Authorization Form.. ...
Following the recent passage of legislation, students who commenced from 2009 are no longer eligible for the National Priority rate for topics in Mathematics, Statistics and Science subject areas. From 2013 all students will be charged the Band 2 student contribution amount for these topics. In addition, pre-2008 rates no longer apply to topics in the Accounting, Administration, Business, Economics, Commerce and Tourism subject areas. All students will be charged the Band 3 student contribution amount for these topics from 2013. Undergraduate students who study as domestic fee-paying students under the Policy on Continuity of Study, will be charged a tuition fee as determined under that policy.. Student services and amenities fees. As a general principle all students will pay this fee irrespective of course or course level, although some exceptions apply. Refer to student services and amenities fee for additional details. ...
Welcome Falcons! As a public university, Bowling Green State University is able to offer very affordable tuition to all of our students. International students pay the same tuition as other out-of-state students; there is no special surcharge for international students. International students are generally not eligible to receive federal and state funding. Eligibility for federal aid requires that you are a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen. If you are considered a U.S. National, or a U.S. Permanent Resident you may be eligible for some types of aid. To determine your status visit https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/eligibility/non-us-citizens. There are several institutional scholarships available for International Students. Please visit the International Student Services page for a listing of scholarship opportunities. Also, feel free to see additional listings under
A global curriculum At BGSU, we celebrate the diversity of our students in an atmosphere that encourages you to explore your cultural heritage. International students who choose BGSU will discover a welcoming community that challenges and supports students from all over the world. With more than 750 international students representing 77 countries, BGSU is committed to cultural diversity. International Programs & Partnerships BGSU is committed to expanding intercultural communication and shared understanding. We believe that the exchange of ideas, cultural perceptions and political and social attitudes can improve the quality of life for all students. International Programs & Partnerships at BGSU coordinates and promotes international student and faculty exchanges while stimulating awareness on campus and in the community. The Executive director and assistant director of International Programs & Partnerships are the official advisors and counselors for international students. An academic advisor from
Orientation is mandatory for all new international students. The International Student Advisors will assist you with course registration, adjusting to campus life and more. We look forward to welcoming you to one of the friendliest towns in America. The one-day International Student Orientation for August 2018 takes place on August 7, 8, and 9, 2018. Please click here to register for orientation. Please click here to download the New Orientation Packet. Orientation is mandatory for all new international students. Failure to attend one of the mandatory orientation sessions will result in you not being able to register for courses in August 2018. You must attend one of the mandatory orientation sessions on August 7, 8, and 9. If you cannot attend one of these orientation sessions, you will need to defer your attendance - no exceptions will be made. The International Student Advisors will assist you with the following:. ...
Lycoming College values the contributions international students make to the academic and social experience on our campus and works to create an intellectually and culturally supportive environment for students from both within and outside the U.S. Lycoming College prides itself in our supportive and opportunity rich community. From chatting with professors over coffee, to participating in volleyball on the quad or to attending a fireside chat, Lycoming students are actively engaged in and out of the classroom. College faculty, staff and students work to integrate international students into all aspects of college life, providing an atmosphere for participation in and contribution to Lycomings high quality liberal arts education.. The decision to study in a foreign country is a significant one. Adjusting to a new educational environment in another country presents many challenges to students as well as to their parents. As the Dean of Students, it is my pleasure to assist international students ...
When Devils in Disguise comes to finding college scholarships, knowing where to start can be a little overwhelming. There are thousands of options, but with many requiring their own applications, you need to narrow your search before you can begin the process of applying. For some students, that means focusing on a particular area of talent. For others it writer vs author nevada tapping into community resources or networking with friends and family.. And for international students, it means finding scholarships that allow international applicants, or even target international students specifically. Before you can begin in earnest to research Can an international student ever get college in America for free? for international students, you should know that some scholarships have minimum case studies related to mercy deaths and killings last night required of powerpoint presentation on leadership pdf articles applicants.. For many scholarships, you are required to prove your proficiency in English ...
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Abstract: There is a great fire risk in the university student dormitory because of its intensive resident rate, the large amount of combustible materials, the complex building structures and the weak fire safety awareness of students. Major accidents always happen once it is out of control. In order to investigate the fire risk of the university student dormitory, an assessment index system including the fire-proof capacities of buildings, the fire load, the fire facilities, the fire-fighting capacities, the evacuation system and the safety management is adopted based on the characters and causes of fire in the university student dormitory. A grey relational assessment model for fire of this type is built according to the grey relational theory. In addition, the fire risk of a male student dormitory in one university in Beijing is calculated with this model and the final evaluated results show that it is in level two, which means that the dormitory is in a relatively safe state. It shows that ...
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Czarnawska, Iga. 2003. The Aliens: Being a Foreign Student. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press. A video and accompanying booklet developed and produced by international students at Dartmouth College. Provides excellent insight into the international students point of view.. Flaitz, Jeffra, ed. 2003. Understanding Your International Students: an Educational, Cultural, and Linguistic Guide. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. Includes profiles of students by country, with descriptions of educational and cultural issues specific to various cultures.. Hall, Edward T. 1990. The Silent Language. New York, NY: Anchor Books. This book contains an easy-to-read discussion of the nonverbal elements of cross-cultural communications. We require participants in our Graduate Student Professional Development Program in College Teaching to read it and reflect on its applications to the teaching/learning environment.. New Directions in Higher Education. Spring 2002. Volume 117 is dedicated to issues of ...
Blue Ridge Community College 2015-16 Catalog Volume 40 Henderson County Campus 180 West Campus Drive Flat Rock, North Carolina 28731 (828) 694-1700 Transylvania County Campus 45 Oak Park Drive Brevard, North Carolina 28712 (828) 883-2520 or (828) 694-1900 www.blueridge.edu Blue Ridge Community College is accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the Associate in Arts Degree (A.A.), the Associate in Science Degree (A.S.), the Associate in Fine Arts Degree (A.F.A.), the Associate in General Education (A.G.E.), and the Associate in Applied Science Degree (A.A.Sc.). Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Blue Ridge Community College. Blue Ridge Community College is an equal opportunity college.2 Blue Ridge Community College 2015-2016 Catalog and Student Handbook Notices Blue Ridge Community College issues this catalog for the purpose of ...
Blue Ridge Community College 2015-16 Catalog Volume 40 Henderson County Campus 180 West Campus Drive Flat Rock, North Carolina 28731 (828) 694-1700 Transylvania County Campus 45 Oak Park Drive Brevard, North Carolina 28712 (828) 883-2520 or (828) 694-1900 www.blueridge.edu Blue Ridge Community College is accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the Associate in Arts Degree (A.A.), the Associate in Science Degree (A.S.), the Associate in Fine Arts Degree (A.F.A.), the Associate in General Education (A.G.E.), and the Associate in Applied Science Degree (A.A.Sc.). Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Blue Ridge Community College. Blue Ridge Community College is an equal opportunity college.2 Blue Ridge Community College 2015-2016 Catalog and Student Handbook Notices Blue Ridge Community College issues this catalog for the purpose of ...
This study examined the relationship between International Students stereotypes of Americans and their adjustment to the United States. The research sought to show International Students stereotypes of the United States before they arrived, if these stereotypes had effected the students adjustment to the United States, and if so, how. The study also showed how these stereotypes had changed since arrival, and what might have influenced the formulation of these stereotypes. The method used was a questionnaire with both scaled and open-ended questions to document the students perceptions of the United States. The participants answers were then compared to see whether those whose perceptions had changed the most, were further on Adlers cultural adjustment cycle (1975). The conclusions determined that pre-arrival stereotypes influence international students adjustment to the United States. Students who had more media exposure and interaction with American culture prior to arrival had more
The results from this study indicate that PA opportunities during the school day influence step counts in young children. In addition to PE and recess, we found that minutes of teacher-reported CBPA predicted significantly higher school-day step counts. Consistent with prior studies, fifth-grade students (typically aged 10-11 y) accrued fewer steps than first-grade students (typically aged 6-7 y), and females accrued significantly fewer steps than males overall, as well as during PE and recess. Importantly, CBPA attenuated the decrease in PA among older elementary school students, and CBPA also elicited equal participation from males and females, as measured by step counts.. Previous work has shown PE to be a large contributor to steps accrued during the school day,18,38 and the current findings are consistent with that work. However, many schools-particularly those with lower student achievement on standardized tests-have cut scheduled time for PA over the last decade to prioritize academic ...
The objective was to determine if cooking skills and meal planning behaviors are associated with greater fruit and vegetable intake and lower body mass index (BMI) in first-year college students who are at risk for excessive weight gain. A cross-sectional analysis was conducted using baseline data from a multi-state research project aimed at preventing weight gain in first-year college students. Cooking type, frequency and confidence, self-instruction for healthful mealtime behavior intention, self-regulation of healthful mealtime behavior, and cup equivalents of fruits and vegetables (FV) were measured using validated surveys. BMI was calculated from measured height and weight. First-year students (n = 1108) considered at risk for weight gain from eight universities completed baseline assessments within the first month of entering college. Multiple linear regression was used to determine associations among independent variables of cooking patterns, meal planning behaviors, and dependent variables of
Julian H. Williford, Jr., Advisor, The purpose of this study was to identify the prevalence of abnormal feelings, attitudes and behaviors indicative of eating disorders among college students based on their self-reported EAT-26 questionnaire scores. Attitudes and behaviors regarding carbohydrates were also examined by utilizing item number 6 of the EAT-26 questionnaire. Age, gender, and class level were examined in relation to eating attitudes and behaviors, as were individual dietary intakes obtained through 5-day self-reported dietary records. A convenience sample of students was taken from an introductory food and nutrition course at Bowling Green State University (BGSU). Students voluntarily completed EAT-26 questionnaires and students completed 5-day dietary records as a mandatory class assignment. The EAT-26 is a 26-item Liekert scale instrument, which measures the severity of eating disorder symptomatic responses. Cut-off scores of ? 20 were considered to reflect risk for an eating ...
The generosity of our donors and alumni make it possible for the Reves Center to help W&M attract and support the best and brightest students from around the world! These funds help us support students in need, make educational opportunities possible, and recognize the contributions of our international student community.. Our international students are grateful for your aid.. International Student Scholarships and aid are awarded through the following funds and scholarship programs:. ...
DENTON (UNT), Texas - Eleven students who are attending the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science at the University of North Texas were named either semifinalists or regional finalists in the 2012 Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology. The academy, or TAMS, has more students honored in the competition than any other Texas school, and is one of the top schools in the nation with honored students.. TAMS is a two-year residential program at UNT that allows exceptionally talented students to complete their freshman and sophomore years of college while receiving the equivalent of high school diplomas. Students enroll in the academy following their sophomore year of high school, live in a UNT residence hall and attend UNT classes with college students. After two years, they enroll at UNT or another university to finish their bachelors degrees.. The Siemens Competition was established in 1999 and recognizes high school students achievements in mathematics, science and technology ...
1) How can I apply to MSU. MSU accepts International Applications through the website www.mayvillestate.edu. Students apply online by clicking Apply Now at www.mayvillestate.edu.. 2) What documents are required, as part of my application?. Your complete application should include an International Student application, International Student Scholarship Application, Copy of Valid Passport, Financial Statement and official bank letter proving personal and family funds, official results demonstrating English Proficiency from TOEFL, IELTS, ELS, SAT, or ACT. Official High School and Post-Secondary transcripts, a copy of immunization records, Housing and board application with reservation deposit and Visa transfer (applies to International Students transferring from another USA institution.) A detailed check list is available on the website www.mayvillestate.edu (under Admissions). 3) Is the TOEFL, SAT, IELTS, or ELS scores required for admission and is there a minimum score required?. Applicants ...
All international students are required to submit information regarding their visa status to the International Student Counselors in Edison Hall, Room 100, at the time of enrollment. For more information call Dr. Rita Burton or Lafayette Smith, Jr. at (732) 906-2546.. The International Student Counselor helps students enter MCC programs and provides resources to help meet the USCIS (formerly known as INS) requirements and regulations. Other areas of help include:. ...
International students are automatically enrolled in the mandatory emergency medical insurance plan. International students may opt in their dependents. A personal medical card will be issued by the International Student Advising Office and must be presented by the student each time medical or hospital services are required. The student must also sign a claim form for each medical or hospital service rendered. MCP cards are required for International students that are MCP eligible and should be presented first in the event of medical care. Please contact the International Student Advising Office for further information. ...
Orientation is the best way to get to know the U of R and meet new fellow international students. Come join us for the Winter 2020 International Student Orientation on January 3, 2020 to learn how to succeed in your first semester as a new international student at U of R! Check out more details of the event: http://www.uregina.ca/international
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the factors determining the nutrition status of undergraduate students at school of statistics and planning. The assessment was based on students upkeep, parents income, students employment status, sponsor and the cost of meals using primary data sourced from students from school of statistics and planning using a sample of 96 students. Data was collected from respondents using a self-administered questionnaire and through entering filled questionnaires into Stata a computer program, data was analyzed analysis was made at three different levels that is univariate, bivariate and multivariate. In the results, majority of the surveyed students were unemployed (93%) and only 7% of the surveyed students were employed. Slightly more than six on every ten (61%) of the surveyed students were privately sponsored while 39% were Government students. The average upkeep of students was 636218.8 which is relatively low. At bivariate level, the results show that ...
Glendale Community College COMMENCEMENT NINETEEN HUNDRED EIGHTY-ONE A unit of the Maricopa Community College District Maricopa Community College District Governing Board Barbara Hitchcock, President Linda B. Rosenthal Dr. M. Grant Christensen, Secretary Roy C. Amrein Robert Martinez District Administration Paul A. Elsner, Ed.D Chancellor A. W. Flowers, M.A. Executive Vice Chancellor Robert J. Hannelly, Ph.D President Emeritus John F. Prince, Ph.D President Emeritus Glendale Community College John R. Waltrip, Ph.D President Dolores J. Staten, M.A. Dean of Instruction Donald H. Bilse, Ed.D Dean of Student Services Homero Lopez, M.A. Associate Dean of Student Services Harry C. Vesely, M.S Associate Dean of Instruction Richard L. Perez, Ed.D Associate Dean of Instruction James A. Smith, Ed.D Director of Research and Development Mario Esquer, M.A.Ed Director of Special Services Robert A. Christian, M.A. Director of Student Activities Associated Students Executive Officers President Greg Carrillo Vice ...
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Vaccines are critical for curtailing the COVID-19 pandemic and may represent an important tool for return to normalcy on college campuses in the Fall of 2021. The purpose of this study was to investigate the extent of vaccination coverage and intention to vaccinate among college students. College students (N = 457) enrolled in the Spring 2021 semester at a university in New Jersey completed a cross-sectional survey. The survey collected information on demographics, COVID-19 and vaccination history, knowledge levels and sources of COVID-19 vaccine information, and vaccine attitudes. Multivariable regression analysis was performed to identify factors associated with vaccination, and the intention to vaccinate among non-vaccinated students. Results indicate that 23% (n = 105) of participants reported being vaccinated already. Among non-vaccinated students, 52.8% indicated their intention to receive the vaccine when it is made available to college students. Students who were health care workers (adjusted
A large majority of college students surveyed by the Y-Pulse research organization say they are satisfied or very satisfied with campus wellness programs. The study surveyed 200 students enrolled in four-year colleges or universities and also included foodservice professionals, chefs and registered dietitians.. Besides 77% of student respondents giving the thumbs-up to campus wellness programs, 54% had actually used them and students ideas of what should be included in their dream wellness programs closely matched the features they are finding in existing programs.. Y-Pulse Executive Director Sharon Olson presented the detailed findings from original research with college consumers and foodservice professionals as part of the Wellness Trends on Campus Interest Session at The National Association of College & University Food Services (NACUFS) National Conference.. Topping students lists of desired wellness program components were fitness programs, Olson said. Coming in second was healthy ...
Submitted by International Student Center. Spouses and community members are invited to attend our spring 2014 orientation from 11 a.m. to noon Feb. 13 at the International Student Center.. Come learn about the many activities and resources available for families at K-State and in the Manhattan community. For any questions, please call the international student and scholar services office at 785-532-6448. No child care will be provided, but children are welcome to come if supervised.. ...
South Africa is undergoing epidemiological transition, characterized by an increasing prevalence of obesity, especially among women. Among those 15 to 24 years of age, the prevalence of overweight and obesity at 40.9% is cause for concern, as it is associated with the development of non-communicable diseases of lifestyle. However, 18.1% of women in the above age category, indicated that they are unhappy with their current weight. Body image is related to an individuals perception of the attractiveness of their own body, and has an impact on actual weight and weight management practices. Body image dissatisfaction refers to the negative perceptions and feelings a person has about their body and can be affected by factors such as body shape and appearance, body weight gain attitudes, and cultural norms regarding an ideal body size. In this respect, university students are of particular interest, as they are known to experience a number of stressors during the transition from secondary- to ...
Are you worried about gaining the freshman 10 or 15 during the first semester of college? Have you struggled to keep those muscles that you worked so hard to develop now that you are juggling college coursework and an active social life?. Do you plop down on the couch any time you have a free minute because you feel so exhausted from long hours of study and partying? Have you noticed that you can barely keep your eyes open during your mid-afternoon class?. These are concerns that should be addressed immediately because college students have a tendency to neglect their health. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle on campus does not have to be boring, painful, or expensive, but it will need some thought and planning. The following tips could be beneficial to students who feel they are turning into couch potatoes:. Make Use of Free College Facilities. Most colleges are exercise friendly and provide students with free access to pools, tennis courts, weight rooms and other facilities that make staying in ...
Orientation for international students has two components. The first part is completed with the New Students Orientation (NSO) office. NSO is when you will register for your classes, and get ready for your transition from your last school to UMass Amherst. International students can do their NSO on campus, in June/July or online.. The second part is done with the International Programs Office (IPO). International students must be on campus at the end of the summer to complete the in-person International Student Orientation (ISO). The ISO covers immigration requirements, document checks, information on how to study in the US education system, and cultural/ safety/health information sessions to help with your transition to the United States.. ...
Please sign up to be notified when the application opens here. While many students seek internship vacancies in order to acquire some skills in their field of study, they usually may not know where to find one. Engineering internships for high school students are a practical way for high school students to get a feel of life as an engineer. Many summer programs involve travel or language immersion, and they can help students gain cultural exposure and language fluency. Summer Internships for High Schoolers. Journalists will offer you feedback with your writing and youll gain practical work experience in printed media. Applications for Penn Summer High School Programs are now open. Summer Camps - Summer is primetime for internships, since school is out and many extracurriculars are on hold. More information about summer internships will be available on February 1...check back then! The UCLA Summer College Immersion Program (SCIP) is designed for exceptionally high-achieving high school students ...
Nutrition: College freshmen weight gain is a myth say U. Study findings from Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa suggest that college freshmen…
Studying is not always easy, especially when studying in a foreign country. As an international student, you have to adjust to a lot of things whilst at the same time studying successfully. Participating in a weekly study group will help you being or becoming a successful student. The group is intended for students who would like to reflect on their study habits and share experiences with other international students. Every week you make a study plan and discuss this with your fellow students. More information.. Difficulties in academic writing? How to answer multiple choice exams? Or how to prepare yourself effectively for exams? Check out specialized workshops on these and other study related themes.. ...
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Virginia) - Albemarle County Public Schools students earned 75 awards at the 36th annual Virginia Piedmont Regional Science Fair, held this past week in the John Paul Jones Arena at the University of Virginia.. For the first time in several years, fair officials said, two female students earned Grand Champion Awards, Meg Richey from Western Albemarle High School and Mriganka Mandal of Albemarle High School. In the senior division, Albemarle County high school students garnered 29 of the 36 awards for first, second or third place, including 12 first place finishes in the 17 project categories.. Ms. Richeys project, The Morris Orthotic-the Smart Orthotic for Diabetic Patients, took first place in the Medicine & Health Sciences category. The Western Albemarle junior developed a process for detecting peak pressure points on the feet of diabetic patients. Early identification would allow for the adjustments of orthotics to prevent ulcers from developing. Foot ulcer complications ...
All international students are required to attend an F-1 information session through the international student services office or multicultural office. During your information session, you will learn about the registration process, campus resources and the many ways we can help you succeed at Dallas College.. All new-to-college students (who have less than 15 credits) are required to attend New Student Orientation. ...
Background: This study was carried out among undergraduate students at the University of Tuzla (Bosna and Herzegovina) with the objective of examining gender differences in the body mass index (BMI) and the level of Physical Activity (PA) among respondents. Material/Methods: This study was conducted to: determine the body mass index (BMI) and the average weekly number of hours of sport activity in the last six months (PA). A research sample was made of female students (n = 330) in the chronological age of 19.3+1.5 yrs, 60.7%, and of male students (n = 213) in the chronological age of 20.0+1.8 yrs, 39.2%. Results: On average, the students (both female and male) spend 5.60 (5.03) hours on physical activity per week. Female students spend 4.05 (4.32) hours, while male students dedicate 8.11 (5.30) hours to physical activities. It can be concluded that in principle the students practice physical activities and recreation, but still 1/5 of all students are inactive. The obtained results for the BMI ...