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Jun

Lastest Academic Job Interview News

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Money from expats built the Philippines. Did it also ruin it?
At the private St. Philomena's Academy, where tuition costs $ 160 an academic year, 1,040 students were enrolled during 2013-14, up from 700 three years earlier. At least three-quarters of students have one or both parents … Diso worked for two …
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Delany's competitive drive takes him from ACC to Big Ten
Frank Delany, who played college basketball at Niagara and also became an attorney, said his younger brother was "well prepared" when he took over the Big Ten after leaving his job as Ohio Valley Conference commissioner in 1989. … Asked whether he is …
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17
Apr

HCL Tech, Infosys or TCS: Which IT major looks best bet post March-end results?

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West Point cadets at U.S. Army Africa, 07-2010
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Cadets tackle U.S. Army Africa assignment

By Rick Scavetta, U.S. Army Africa

VICENZA, Italy – As U.S. Army Africa coordinates partnership events with land forces of countries within Africa, they’ve also partnered with a team of West Point cadets who researched ways to streamline the command’s planning process.

Three cadets recently spent three weeks at Caserma Ederle, headquarters of U.S. Army Africa – the Army’s newest service component command for U.S. Africa Command.

Cadets often tackle summer projects, either with military commands or civilian organizations. West Point faculty organizes Academic Individual Advanced Development (AIAD) opportunities for cadets to study and gain experience in the States and overseas.

U.S. Army Africa asked the trio to take a closer look at the use of the Theater Security Cooperation Management Information System (TSCMIS) – a database that tracks command events across Africa, mission costs and event goals.

"At first, we were not sure exactly what the problem was – a perfect situation for systems engineers, who learn to identify problems and offer better solutions," said Cadet Ryan Moschitto, 21, of Atwater, Calif., a systems engineering major who starts his senior year this September.

They began by interviewing people involved with the planning process. From that, they identified inefficiencies, redundancies, and inadequate procedures for the use of TSCMIS as a planning tool. The cadets then briefed their findings to the command staff and suggested ways to resolve issues.

"At West Point, they always say you are going to make a difference, but sometimes as a cadet you don’t feel that," Moschitto said. "We’re trying to make a difference and contribute to the Army.and we’re still cadets. That’s kind of cool."

Having a fresh perspective allowed the cadets to focus on the system and develop ways for the command to improve, said Lt. Col Stephanie Tutton, who worked with the AIAD cadets during their stay.

"Their assessment will lead to a methodology our command may use for the next five years or more," Tutton said. "Their work will become a part of our history."

The assignment’s real-world applications were part of the appeal of coming to Italy, offering something to the military and for their academic major, said Cadet Brian Asman, 21, of Livingston, NJ, a senior who hopes to become an Army aviator.

The program is similar to any summer internship undertaken by college students, Asman said. It offers job experience and a chance to apply ideas from the classroom.

"At school you learn from books and from lectures," Asman said. "Coming here and putting those ideas into practice is what makes this experience worth it."

They may have more work to do for the command, should the system improvements become part of their senior project, Asman said.

The visit also offered a look inside a U.S. Army command, said Cadet Andrew Rodriguez, 20, of Alexandria, Va.

"We saw people behind the scenes, the planning and how resources are used," Rodriguez said. "To have a better understanding of this is huge for us."

During Rodriguez’s time in Vicenza, the West Point football linebacker, was also profiled by CBS Sports. Just entering his junior year, Rodriguez has not decided on whether he would like to join the infantry or aviation. But his time at U.S. Army Africa opened his eyes to the many roles officers hold in Army commands, he said.

"One thing I take away is how U.S. Army Africa officers work together in the command," Rodriguez said. "It gave me an idea of how I’ll do things when I’m in their shoes."

To learn more about U.S. Army Africa visit our official website at www.usaraf.army.mil

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HCL Tech, Infosys or TCS: Which IT major looks best bet post March-end results?
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Unlike Cruitway and Games Jobs Finland, which are, despite being highly specialized platforms, quite traditional in their matchmaking approach, Heebo takes recruitment processes towards a more philanthropic path. Heebo is a Helsinki based … During …
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KGB Interview: Bob Day
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15
Mar

Elsewhere in Science, 14 March 2014

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Elsewhere in Science, 14 March 2014
In the article, Benderly cited a paper in Academic Medicine noting the coincidence of the rise in women in academic medicine and the emergence of the clinician-educator track at medical schools. These clinician-educator positions are less prestigious …
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27
Nov

Evaluation Forms: Effective Method for Gathering Feedback

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At most universities, student ratings of courses are required. This is due to a variety of reasons. Gathering evidence on teaching helps departments make informed decisions related to tenure, retention and promotion. Requesting student to complete evaluation forms sends the message that effective teachers are a clear focus.

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Evaluation Forms for Improved Performance

The most important function of evaluation forms is to provide the instructor with feedback that can be used to directly improve performance. Instructors can refine their methods to provide students with better learning experiences. Therefore, evaluations play a positive role in enhancing the climate of teaching and learning.

While evaluations show instructors what they are doing right and wrong, actually making the necessary changes can be difficult. Many instructors do not know exactly how to revise their methods to improve learning. Additionally, it can be confusing when attempting to reconcile contradictory statements or weigh comments in relation to scaled criteria. Click here for website with free evaluation forms

The best way to implement student feedback is through consultation with colleagues. A secondary opinion can be extremely useful when interpreting open ended or opposing viewpoints. For evaluations to lead to change, instructors must reflect on their goals and beliefs related to the course. Reflection on subject matter and learning processes is necessary when attempting to make improvements with feedback from evaluation forms.

05
Nov

Calm Candidates Do Better On Standardized Job Tests, Study Shows

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Calm Candidates Do Better On Standardized Job Tests, Study Shows
Going through the job-interview process can generate anxiety for even the most qualified candidates, but according to a new study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, remaining calm is the key to performing well on standardized job tests.
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03
Aug

Frederick guy &#39blessed&#39 to flip troubled previous into greater path

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Frederick man 'blessed' to turn troubled past into better path
His history of alcohol abuse and frequent run-ins with the law for assaults, drugs and DWIs kept him from graduating from Frederick High School and holding a steady job. … I just can't believe how far I went," he said Thursday during an emotional …
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25
Jul

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14
Jun

The Vogue Interview: Wendi Deng

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The Vogue Interview: Wendi Deng
Although Deng must be going through a time of extraordinary stress, she does a very good job of keeping things light, chattering away about what a good time she has just had in Sun Valley at the Allen & Co annual conference where world leaders, …
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FBI director out of the loop on IRS investigation?
… you know if you talk to any of the victims have you talked to any of the groups who were targeted by their government — you met with any of the Tea Party folks since may fourteenth 2013. I don't know what the status of the interviews are buying …
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28
May

Pittsburg resident is Saint mary&#39s valedictorian

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Pittsburg resident is Saint mary's valedictorian
"It's honestly kind of unfathomable I may have started this precedent in my family," Solomon said in an interview before she gave her valedictorian speech on Saturday at the 150th commencement ceremony for Saint Mary's College in Moraga. Solomon's …
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How to use Twitter to find a job
Just as you wouldn't show up for a job interview in your pajamas, you wouldn't tweet to a hiring manager until your profile and account is "fully dressed." It goes without saying that you shouldn't use Twitter as your only job-search strategy. No …
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20
May

Chicago To Test Task Help Program For Veterans, Lengthy-Term Unemployed

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Chicago To Test Job Assistance System For Veterans, Extended-Term Unemployed
… for them to discover a occupation. “This program is actually created to help individuals folks address the selection of issues that they encounter, and fairly frankly get their mojo back, so that they know how to far better market themselves and promote themselves in the course of an …
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