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New students in BLCU of bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, doctoral degree, general scholar, senior scholarship and Chinese language training can all apply to the bilateral program scholarship of BLCU

All students in ZUST of bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, doctoral degree and long-term schola can apply Zhejiang Province Government Scholarship of ZUST. The application date is January to May each year. The scholarship may contain registration fee, tuition,basic textbooks fee, free on-campus dormitory accommodation and comprehensive insurance

New students in DMU of bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, doctoral degree and scholar can all apply to the bilateral program scholarship of DMU. The scholarship is for clinical medicine and stomatology, etc students.

Bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and doctoral degree students in Jiangsu University can apply Jasmine Scholarship of UJS. The application date is before July 30th each year.

Master’s Degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages(MTCSOL), one-academic-year students and one-semester students majoring in Chinese Language and Literature, Chinese History and Chinese Philosophy can apply Confucius Institute Scholarship of Fudan University. The application date is February to May.

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How to Apply for the Chinese Government Scholarship? According to the education exchange agreement between China and your country, China grants government scholarships to the candidates recommended by your. Chinese Government Scholarships Beijing Language and Culture University

A How to get scholarship in China? Answer: First, find your ideal university through CUCAS Wibsite (http://www.cucas.edu.cn/). Then, search through CUCAS Scholarship Homepage and find out which categories of scholarship the university provides. Check detail of the scholarship and find the application channel information. You can apply China scholarship through that channel. B What is “Agency Number” when applying China scholarship? Answer: Agency Number is the first required item when applying online at CSC Online Application System for International Students. Each Agency Number stands for a specific application receiving agency. A correct Agency Number will lead to the presence of the corresponding application receiving agency. Wrong Agency Number will lead to application rejection. When finding agency number of China universities, please refer to the below link: Chinese Universities Agency Number List: Complete List for Applying Chinese Government Scholarship C How can I get the latest information about Chinese Government Scholarship? Answer: You can get the up-to-date scholarship information by visiting China Scholarship Council. You can also consult the Chinese Embassy (Consulate General) in your home country or designated Chinese universities for your interested information.

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Mount St Bernard College Herberton #msb #students


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Welcome to our website.

Mount St Bernard College offers a quality, Catholic secondary education for young people, male and female, in Years 7 through 12. At MSB we are proud of our Mercy traditions, while remaining responsive to the contemporary needs of students who seek a faith-based education that will stand them in good stead for the future.

Our College is a culturally diverse community which provides a holistic education that nurtures the academic, spiritual, emotional, physical, cultural and social development of individual students in a caring, safe and supportive environment. At MSB we recognise the individuality of every one of our students. We seek to help each student become the best person they can be, by providing quality learning and teaching and making available a rich tapestry of sporting,artistic and other co-curricular activities, to help them discover and develop their personal giftedness.

COMMUNITY NEWS

CONGRATULATIONS
I would like to congratulate the Didge Kids and the Badu Dancers and singers for their wonderful performance in Cairns at the Pullman Hotel on the evening of Thursday 3rd August. The students were brilliant and represented the College to a high degree of excellence. Once again, our students rise to the challenge and make their college and home communities proud and showcase the wonderful culture of their heritage. Well done to our students!

WELCOME TO GUS THE BOARDER PUP!
Gus is friendly and he likes to play with the kids. He makes them laugh and chases them. He helps people from having a bad day at school. He spends time with them to cheer them up. Gus likes going down to the grounds and seeing a lot of new people and getting to know them. I like Gus because he is friendly and likes to play a lot. I like him because he is so cute to cuddle with. He is really a friendly dog to play with, He might know us from little but when he grew up he didn’t even know us but he is really a friendly and quiet little puppy. That’s what I like about him. Rona

TRINITY BAY WRITERS’ FESTIVAL
What an incredible opportunity for Mount St Bernard students. Thanks to Mrs Weedon, Mrs Riber, Ms Rolfe and Ms Adair, twelve students were able to work with renowned Australian writers and illustrator to explore the different approaches to novel writing and illustrating. The first day of workshops provided engaging, hands on activities demonstrating each authors skills and talents. Day two was all about students putting what they had learned into action to create their own masterpieces; well at least the beginnings of them.

NAIDOC DAY
NAIDOC Day is fast approaching. The College will provide a Bus Service from Cairns on the morning of Friday 25th August and return to Cairns in the afternoon. This will coincide with the Boarders free weekend. Bus Pick up points are, 1st, Gordonvale, Picconne s Supermarket Edmonton, Stockland Earlville, Seville Centre Earlville, Cairns Central, Smithfield Shopping Centre and Mareeba Information Centre. These will be central pick up points not residential addresses. Please advise college if you will require this bus service asap. The Naidoc Program will be running all day from 9am—3pm. Program includes Liturgy, Cultural feast and of course our famous dancers. More details to come about other exciting events and entertainment. NAIDOC shirts will be for sale. Cost $50.00 All family are welcome to attend. RSVP no later than Tuesday 15th August. If you have any further queries please contact MSB s Transition Team on PH: 40 961 444 We look forward to seeing you.

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2018 NOW OPEN
A number of scholarships are available to students attending Mount St Bernard College.

  • Colleen Frank Sims Scholarship – bursary award
  • Sr Mary McHugh General Excellence – entry level Yr 6 and 7
  • Sr Pam Murray Performing Arts Scholarship – excellence in music / drama / sport
  • Sr Chrissy (Mary) Randle Year 7 Academic Scholarship – for external student currently in Year 6
  • Sr Anne Moule General Excellence Scholarship – senior school entry

If you are interested in applying for a scholarship in 2018 please refer to the links above or contact the college directly on 4096 1444.


Department of Computer Science #department #of #computer #science, #sam #houston #state #university, #computing #science, #graduate


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Department of Computer Science

Welcome to the Digital Age

The Department of Computer Science at Sam Houston State University is a community of faculty, staff, and students centered in the computing science disciplines. The Department of Computer Science is dedicated to providing the highest quality education possible to its graduate and undergraduate students through excellence in teaching and excellence in research. The department is committed to furthering the pursuit of knowledge and meeting the needs of a diverse society.

Faculty members in the Department of Computer Science pursue a wide range of interests in the field of computer science, from design of programming languages, to neural networks and other aspects of networking, to data mining, informatics, and cryptography. SHSU computer scientists also make important and timely contributions to the literature of the discipline, including editing of scholarly journals and publication in professional periodicals and at major conferences.

Quality instruction is a major focus of the department as well. Faculty members teach courses in networking, network security, programming, parallel computing, data structures, steganography, multimedia forensics, and more.

The department’s special strengths in digital forensics – exemplified by the Center of Excellence in Digital Forensics – demonstrates the faculty’s commitment to serving the public at all levels. The center’s work has great potential utility for law enforcement, public safety, and national security.

We hope that the information provided on this site will be useful to prospective and current students, faculty members, others in the SHSU community, and the public. Please feel free to contact us for more detailed information about the work of the Department of Computer Science.

Dr. Peter Cooper, Professor and Chair
Department of Computer Science
Sam Houston State University

Computer Science


New Spiders – University of Richmond #entering #students, #new #students, #first-year #students, #class #of #2014


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New Spiders

Sabrina Cabezas, ’18
Using Richmond as a stepping stone to the future

Integrated Science Experience
Using a multidisciplinary approach to shape tomorrow’s scientists

Dreaming of the Prophet
Students discover valuable approaches to learning through First-Year Seminar class

First-Year Seminars
Creativity and variety are hallmarks of First-Year Seminars

Melissa Diamond, ’15
Student spends first year exploring interests and finding community

Josh Grice, ’14
Filipino-American filmmaker finds his place at Richmond

Moore International
Professor creates new living-learning community for first-year women

Lucy Wise, ’13
Roadmap programs helped student start down civic engagement and career paths

Civic Journalism and Social Justice
First-year students get a feel for UR academics and learn why news is necessary

IQ Science
Integrated Quantitative Science program builds multi-perspective researchers

Kati Miller, ’14
First-year student faces fears during Roadmap pre-orientation program

Sam Abrahams, ’14
Roadmap advisor connects student with on-campus job and role of a lifetime

The Spider Song
Four exchange students leave UR with a new sound for athletics

Community Impact
First-year Bonner Scholars examine N.C. capital city’s plan to end homelessness

Meeting Richmond
UniverCity Day introduces first-year students to opportunities beyond campus

Super Science
Innovative new course combines introduction to sciences


Nurse Anesthesia MSN #university, #pittsburgh, #pitt, #college, #learning, #research, #students, #undergraduate, #graduate


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Nurse Anesthesia MSN

(Last cohort was admitted in September 2016. Those interested in future terms should visit our DNP-Nurse Anesthesia page. )

Nurse Anesthesia is one of the Master’s options in the School of Nursing. Nurse Anesthesia practice is based on a continuum of care beginning with preoperative assessment and culminating with discharge from the recovery area.

Nurse anesthetists interview and assess each patient and formulate and implement a plan of care to best meet individual needs. Throughout the perioperative period, nurse anesthetists serve as patient advocates, provide emotional support, and collaborate with other health care practitioners to provide the optimum anesthetic experience.

The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing’s Nurse Anesthesia curriculum prepares registered nurses for entry into anesthesia practice. Graduates are prepared to administer a full range of anesthetics to a wide variety of patients across the lifespan. Through an integrated process of classroom and clinical instruction, students develop the didactic knowledge base and clinical skills necessary for safe and effective practice.

Students rotate through numerous clinical sites in Pittsburgh, the surrounding region, and now more distant sites to enhance clinical experiences. The UPMC Health System hospitals are world renowned in the areas of surgical innovation, trauma medicine, organ transplantation, research, and biomedical technology. Rotations including specialized experiences in cardiothoracic, neurosurgical, dental, regional anesthesia, organ transplantation, pediatrics, obstetrics, burns and electroconvulsive therapy enrich the curriculum.

Clinical rotations in community hospitals help to broadly prepare the graduate for practice in diverse settings. Students work directly with nationally and internationally renowned leaders in research, practice, and education. Upon completion, graduates are well prepared to safely manage simple to extremely complex patients.

Nurse Anesthesia coursework is offered in a full time format over 28 months and classes begin each August and January. Part-time study is also available for the core curriculum. Clinical practice begins as two days/week in the first term and increases in both intensity and frequency throughout the course of study. Clinical in the final two terms is 4-5 days/week and is interspersed with clinical conferences and preparation sessions for the Certification Examination.

Nurse Anesthesia considers registered nurses with a minimum of 1 year of full-time critical care nursing experience and a BSN degree. Academic transcripts, professional references, GRE examination results, and an essay must be submitted to be considered for an interview with faculty.

Students are accepted from a wide variety of critical care backgrounds and with a variety of career goals. Registered nurses who do not have a BSN may enroll via the RN Options choosing the RN-MSN path.

The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing Nurse Anesthesia Program MSN and MSN to DNP completion programs are currently accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs until 2019. The Program received a 10-year accreditation in 2009 (this is the maximum accreditation length) and received no citations or recommendations for change.

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Pellissippi State Community College #college, #university, #community, #associate, #degree, #knoxville, #knox, #county, #blount, #credit, #students,


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Adults. Free tuition. Fall 2017.

You might have heard that Tennessee is considering a last-dollar scholarship to adult students beginning fall 2018. At Pellissippi State, we feel you shouldn’t have to wait for the opportunity to go to college. Learn more about Reconnect Now at Pellissippi State enroll today.


  • The Winding River Home: A Journey to Find Meaning

    Pellissippi was said to mean winding waters in Cherokee. For a long time, no one thought to question that.
    But recently, we ve learned that Pellissippi doesn’t mean winding waters after all. Nor is it Cherokee. And we d like to set the record straight.
    Read more about the story of Pellissippi.

    Computer Information Technology

    If you love technology and software, Pellissippi State has a path for you in our Computer Information Technology program!


  • Want to earn a degree entirely online?

    Pellissippi State makes it easy for you to earn your associate s degree or certificate by offering online programs for full-time and part-time students. Check out the options!


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  • Afghanistan Online: Education in Afghanistan #afghanistan #education, #education #in #afghanistan, #afghan #schools, #afghan #education, #afghan


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    by Abdullah Qazi (April 10, 2008)
    Section Last updated August 29, 2010

    As a result of the Soviet war, and the civil war which occurred shortly afterwards, many schools were destroyed and the education process as a whole in Afghanistan was negatively affected. The destruction of the education infrastructure went to an extreme level when the Taliban conquered and ruled most of Afghanistan.

    Except for some religious education, girls and women were forbidden to learn. Even for men, the curriculum was highly dominated by religious studies instead of science, technology, literature, etc. What the Taliban did in terms of education goes against Islam and what the prophet of Islam, Muhammad, preached. Muhammad told his followers in the early days of Islam to seek knowledge from the cradle to the grave , and that the ink of the scholar is more sacred than the blood of the martyr�. Islam requires education for all, both men and women.

    Education in Afghanistan has greatly improved since the Taliban were overthrown in late 2001. According to recent estimates from Afghanistan’s Ministry of Education, more than 5.4 million children are enrolled in schools today, nearly 35% of them girls [1]. Even though many arguments have been made criticizing the status and rate of development of the educational system in Afghanistan; and despite efforts by the Taliban to burn and shut down many schools, especially for girls in the South and East, more Afghans now attend school or receive some sort of education than ever in its modern history. According to Afghanistan’s constitution (adopted in January 2004), education is the right of all citizens (both men and women), and up to a certain level, it is free of charge.

    A lot more still needs to be done in order for Afghanistan to have what modern nations have for their citizens today. An estimated 11 million Afghans are still illiterate [1]. many schools lack proper facilities, the number of qualified teachers are still low, and a major obstacle that needs to be overcome is a cultural bias that many Afghans have, especially in the conservative areas towards the necessity of educating women.

    [1] Afghanistan’s Ministry of Education (MoE) website (http://www.moe.gov.af) – accessed on April 10, 2008

    [2] United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) – March 20, 2008

    In Depth News and Information
    On Education in Afghanistan

    Latest News on Afghan Education

    • 43.1% of males are literate and only 12.6% of females are literate in Afghanistan 12.6% (2000 est.) [2]
    • Number of teachers has grown 7 fold, but only 22% meet the minimum qualifications of Grade 14. Only 28% are female located primarily in urban areas. [1]
    • There is no new curriculum for secondary school. In the last five years curriculum development has concentrated on the first six years of school only.
    • Although more than 3,500 schools have been built only 40% of schools have buildings. [1] Thousands of communities have no easy access to schools. [1]
    • Between 30,000-40,000 students graduate from high school every year; only one third of them are admitted to universities, the rest join the pool of unemployed. [1]
    • Thousands of children are being taught in cross-border madrassas where fundamentalism is rampant. [1]

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    Best car insurance for students #best #car #insurance #for #students


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    Here’s a great fundraising opportunity. Click to Amazon.com, and whatever you buy earns money for CAPE. There’s no increased cost to you and no limit to what you can buy. If you have Amazon gift cards, free shipping, or any promotions, they’ll all be honored. Just be sure to get there from here and your school earns money! Proceeds go toward improving CAPE programs. Thanks.

    Notice: The California Department of Education (“CDE”) has requested that local educational agencies throughout the State post the following link to CDE’s website
    www.cde.ca.gov/morganhillcase
    to provide parents notice of the disclosure of student records pursuant to a Court Order issued in a lawsuit filed by the Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association and the Concerned Parent Association against the CDE. (Case No. 2:11-cv-3471-KJM-AC). The CDE website provides a Notice for your review and an Objection Form should you wish to object to the disclosure of your child’s personally identifiable information.

    If you have any questions please visit CDE’s website at
    www.cde.ca.gov/morganhillcase
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    (916) 319-0800.

    The Camarillo Academy of Progressive Education, or CAPE. is Ventura County’s independent public school. CAPE currently serves students in grades kindergarten through eighth.

    CAPE is located at 777 Aileen Street, Camarillo, California, at the school site formerly known as Valle Lindo. For more information, call (805) ) 384-1415.

    The Mission of Camarillo Academy of Progressive Education Charter School is to foster global, independent, creative thinkers who feel confident in themselves, are willing to take risks, and work cooperatively. Together the parents, students, and teachers create a progressive environment that sparks imagination, ignites a love for learning, and encourages each individual to be and do the best that he/she can; enabling pupils to become self-motivated, competent, and life-long learners, equipped for the challenges of the 21st Century.

    Congratulations to CAPE’s SuperQuiz Teams!


    RN to MSN Programs #aacn, #rn-to-msn, #article, #programs, #years, #degree, #masters, #program, #courses, #course, #work,


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    RN to MSN Programs

    RN to MSN programs directly bridge rns with diplomas and associate degrees to the master’s degree level (master of science in nursing degree). These type programs require licensure as a registered nurse, a certain amount of bedside work experience (usually 1 or 2 years), gre or mat (with minimum specified score, completed either before entry or at halfway point of program), and a gpa of 2.5 to 3.0 or higher.

    As in RN-BSN programs, certain prerequisite courses must be completed before being admitted into RN-MSN programs. Specific requirements vary by institution and the student’s previous course work.

    According to the AACN, there are currently 160 RN-MSN programs available nationwide. The number of RN to MSN programs has more than doubled over the past 15 years, from 70 programs in 1994 to the 160 programs today.

    These programs facilitate the transition to the graduate nursing degree level with minimal repetition of courses and maximal flexibility for learners. Some RN to MSN programs are offered in an entirely online format; others are a blend of traditional classroom and online courses.

    There are clinical requirements (clinical practicum, etc.) that often may be completed in the student’s local community.

    RN to MSN programs generally require about 3 years to complete for the fulltime student. These programs combine 1 year of an RN-BSN program with 2 years of graduate study. Baccalaureate content is built into the beginning of the program and graduate specialty course work in the latter part of the program.

    Duplicate courses (such as nursing issues) that appear in both BSN and MSN programs (around 6 to 9 semester hours) are deleted from the curriculum. Upon completion, some programs award both the baccalaureate and master’s degree, but some only award a master’s degree.

    Several years ago, one of my good friends completed an ADN to MSN program and is a successful family nurse practitioner today. She worked night shift and during slow shifts would work on her course requirements. It took her about 4 or 5 years to finish, as she was a part-time student.

    Last edit by Joe V on Jan 12, ’15

    The only thing that I don’t like about the RN to MSN programs is that many of them require the GRE to be taken mid-way through the program. and if you don’t get the minimum score, you cannot proceed in the program.

    To me, that is too much of a gamble. and I have yet to see a program that didn’t require it.

    If someone has found one (not a private online, for-profit school. they are too expensive). please shoot me a PM.

    This RN-MSN program gives the option of either the MAT or GRE upon admission.

    I’m looking at a program at USA in Mobile, AL. clinical nurse leader. I have my associate and most all prereq’s for my BSN. It does award a BSN. My only thing is the CNL is new and I am 51 yrs old! How is the job market for CNL especially for an older(but young at heart) nurse? I don’t want to waste my time, but would really like to advance my degree, my knowledge base, and my career.

    From what I have personally observed, the job market for the CNL is not good – it is a dud. Going for a more established Master’s specialty, such as the clinical nurse specialist (CNS) is a better move, in my opinion. The latter is also an advanced practice nursing specialty, whereas the CNL is not.


    Higher Education Loans Board #student #loans, #needy #students, #financing #higher #education, #schorlarship/bursary, #loan #application, #loan


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    May 10, 2017Submission of 2017/2018 undergraduate second and subsequent LAFs We wish to advise that you do not n. ++ May 2, 20172017/2018 Second Subsequent Undergraduate Loans We have opened 2017/2018 Second DG TVETA, Dr. Kipkurui Langat; HELB Chairman, Ndegwa Wachira;
    NTV News Anchor & Panel Moderator, Laban Cliff Onserio; KATTI Chairman, Jeff Kariuki; CEO KUCCPS, John Muraguri;
    DG Vision

  • Seated from Left, Daystar University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Timothy Wachira, HELB CEO/Board Secretary, Mr. Charles Ringera,
    HELB Board member, Mr. Habil Olaka. Standing from Left are HELB Board members, Mrs. Grace Kemei and Prof. David Some.

  • HELB staff pose for a group photo at the Thika School for the Visually Impaired after visiting the visually impaired students.

  • Left to right, Michael Kungu (KCB Head of Personal Banking), Parul Khimasia (APA Chief Business Development Officer),
    Charles Ringera (HELB CEO) and Rishi Radhpura (Maisha Edu)

  • A group photo of the representatives the agencies that fall under the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology,
    Headed by the Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i (third-left, front row)during the First Biennial Conference on
    the State of Higher Education in Kenya

  • HELB CEO Charles Ringera cutting a cake with students at HELB’s Students Service Centre, Mezzanine 1 at the Anniversary
    Towers, during the 2016 Customer Service Week