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Dr. Adefeso is currently an Assistant Professor in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI). She was previously at Baylor College of Medicine (Houston, TX) in their Pediatrics/Leukocyte Biology Department from 2004-2006. Education Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Ph.D., 2004 University of Pennsylvania Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering M.S.E., 2000 University of Pennsylvania Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering B.S.E., 1999 University of Maryland, Baltimore County Honors and Awards 2007 American Heart Association Scientist Development Grant 2006 University of Michigan Rackham ...
which was formed after a series of open meetings between artists of various disciplines. Colab came together as a collective in 1977, and initially received an NEA Workshop Grant through Center for New Art Activities, Inc., a small not-for-profit formed in 1974. The grant was divided equally among the artist members in groups of three. / In 1978, Collaborative Projects was incorporated as a not-for-profit and later received its tax-exempt status from the IRS, so that it could apply for grants from the NEA and other sources independently. . Colab was active for about 10 years and became distinguished by the raw energy of its ...
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Not a Conventional Shoot: Schnack's DNC Doc - indieWIRE
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API Fellowships Program « Ekogitulho's
It is a fellowships program that provides a grant to successful applicants to carry out a project during the fellowship period of one month to one year in a country or countries (currently confined to Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand). API Mission Statement Public Intellectuals are those—academics, researchers, media professionals, artists, creative writers, NGO activists, social workers, public servants and others with moral authority—who are committed to working for the betterment of society by applying their professional knowledge, wisdom and experience. The Nippon Foundation Fellowships for Asian ... market research, surveys and trends

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NASA - NASA Awards $11 Million "Quantum Wire" Contract to Rice
RELEASE : J05-018 NASA Awards $11 Million "Quantum Wire" Contract to Rice NASA has awarded Rice University's Carbon Nanotechnology Laboratory a four-year, $11 million contract to produce a prototype power cable made entirely of carbon nanotubes. The new project will be discussed with media in a briefing at the Johnson Space Center at 2 p.m. CDT April 26. Available to media in that session will be: -- Jefferson D. Howell, Jr., Director, NASA Johnson Space Center -- Richard Smalley, Director, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Science and Technology Newsletter: October 2008
The rise of the modern oil and gas industry has been traced to January 10, 1901, when a 150-foot gusher of greenish-black oil rocketed into the air from a 1,020-foot hole drilled into "Spindletop," a salt dome in Beaumont, Tex., by a Pennsylvania oil man, John Galey. The well flowed at an initial rate of 100,000 barrels a day, more than all other producing wells in the United States combined, according to a history compiled by the Paleontological Research Institution. Before the end of the year, more than 200 wells had been drilled cheek by jowl into Spindletop, launching the Texas oil boom and some of the major ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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LEWISBURG, Pa. — James Rice, associate provost and dean of graduate studies, talks about undergraduate research at Bucknell University, the skills that students gain from the experience and the depth and breadth of the summer research program. || Ask the Experts archive Q: Why is undergraduate research important at Bucknell? A: Undergraduate research is important for institutions like Bucknell because the students we seek to attract expect selective liberal arts institutions like ours to offer opportunities for one-on-one collaborative experiences with faculty. We have traditionally been stronger than a lot of the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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has branded the lack of work-force housing the Asheville area's "dirty little secret." "It's not right to tell workers we need them but [they] can't live here," said Gantt, Chairman of the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners, at a June 15 press conference at the Governor's Western Residence in Asheville. image courtesy of the NC Center for Urban & Regional Studies The event was called to spotlight a report released by UNC-Chapel Hill's Center for Urban & Regional Studies, titled "A Long Way From Home: The Impacts of a Limited Supply of Workforce Housing in the Asheville ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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The development of collaborative projects at INCITE Nina Wakeford ...
The development of collaborative projects at. INCITE. Nina Wakeford. Director, INCITE, University of Surrey. One of the consequences of the growth of new ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Collaborative Projects - Northwest Fisheries Science Center
NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center scientists are partnering with local, state, federal and tribal leaders to craft science products in support of managing the Puget Sound ecosystem. The "Sound Science" document is one of several science-related products designed to inform ongoing management decisions. The NWFSC is leading the collaborative effort to develop a summary of what we know about Puget Sound, threats to goods and services, and key gaps in our knowledge. During the past several decades, populations of salmon and steelhead throughout the West Coast have declined to dangerously low levels. In ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
EXTENDING THE SCOPE OF TELE-COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS
PROJECTS. The possibilities for extending the scope of simple tele-collaborative projects are grouped below under cooperative and collaborative learning ...
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  1. profile image bbui @qhphotography I've used wave in collaborative projects, it does help organize thoughts in a group at times. Other options, but it works
  2. profile image Mrs_Smoke says Loving all the networking I've done here at ISTE. Global collaborative projects will be loud and proud i... http://plurk.com/p/633otg
  3. profile image MouseMischief RT @epals: 2010 Teacher Ambassadors showcased at #ISTE10 for authentic collaborative projects http://bit.ly/aG6KmZ
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Not waving. | Ask MetaFilter
Got an invite a month or two ago. Unlike other google apps which quickly felt indispensable (gmail, Picasa, maps, scholar, calendar, books, etc.) I'm a bit...flummoxed...as to how this is going to make my life cooler, practically speaking. (I'm sure it doesn't help that, due to how limited invites have been, I don't have more than a handful of folks to "wave" with anyway.) If you've been using this application on a daily or weekly basis, what are you doing with it? What should I be doing with it? I'm having the same experience. None of the people I invited to use it understood the point of it ...
At what point does collaboration become cheating?
Suppose a class of students is given an assignment. They’re allowed to discuss it with each other, but what they turn in must be their own work. How do you draw the line between helpful collaboration with one another and cheating? Do you judge based on the similarity of their ideas? The specific phrasing they use in their assignments? Something else altogether? Observing members: 0 Composing members: 0 When it breaks the rules of conduct. If people are working on a project together, of course there are going to be similarities in content. Helpful collaboration would be when they work together on something but still use ...