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    Agriculture

    In what ways does this creative product (film, image, etc.) or aesthetic experience (attending an event) touch upon global change themes?
    What sort of sensations, feelings, ideas does the product evoke?
    What techniques or design elements are employed to generate these responses?
    How is “the global” or “the local” represented? Time-space compression?
    How is spatial scale, movement, or distance/connectivity represented?
    What values are associated with representations of scale, place, movement, connectivity?
    What relationships between people-nature is expressed or implied?
    Are Cartesian dualisms present (mind/matter, man/woman, culture/nature, global/local)?
    Are Cartesian dualisms (and categories in general) confirmed or complicated?
    Are there examples of new human-nature images or global representations (hybrid, assemblage, cyborg, connectivity)
    Are embodied metaphors or exaggerated language used?
    How are global-local tensions presented?
    What sort of power geometries exist?
    What socio-environmental themes are touched upon, either directly or indirectly?
    Is the science plausible? Why or why not?
    Are the social consequences plausible? Why or why not?
    Are the uneven global effects explored? In what way?

    Center for Science and the Imagination http://csi.asu.edu/calendar/
    Herberger Institute for the Arts http://art.asu.edu/events/
    Project Humanities events http://humanities.asu.edu/events
    School of Human Evolution & Social Change http://shesc.asu.edu/news-events/events
    Global Institute of Sustainability events http://sustainability.asu.edu/events/

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    Marketing

    PowerPoint Presentation
    Review the portion of Web Chapter A concerning new product innovation. You can access Web Chapter A at this web
    address: http://www.pearsonhighered.com/wheelen/cases.html. Then select a new product that you have been introduced
    to in the past 12 months. You are also welcome and encouraged to research this new product using outside sources. You
    are to create a PowerPoint presentation about the marketing strategy for this relatively new product. Your PowerPoint
    presentation should include the following elements:
     Slide 1: Title page
     Slide 2: Description of the new product
     Slide 3: Explain which category of innovation is emphasized.
     Slide 4: List what differentiates the product from the competition.
     Slide 5: Describe the product’s target market and its demographics.
     Slide 6: Describe the market size and potential product demand.
     Slide 7: Explain in which stage of the product life cycle is the product.
     Slide 8: Predict product demand in five years.

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    “Love in L.A.” and “A Good Man Is Hard to Find,” in terms of their similarities and differences

    1.Setting: In many ways the two short stories are set in radically different times and places. There is, however, at least one commonality that both settings share. Discuss the differences and at least one similarity.
    2.Characters: ◦“Love in L.A.:” Describe Jake, the main character. What kind of man is he? Is he the story’s protagonist or antagonist? Explain your answer. Describe Mariana. How does she perceive her interactions with Jake? In what ways are his intentions different from hers?
    ◦“A Good Man Is Hard to Find:” Discuss the personalities and motives (i.e., what does each seem to want?) of the following characters: the grandmother, Bailey, the children’s mother, the children, Red Sammy Butts, The Misfit, and the other two escaped criminals.

    3.Symbolism: ◦“Love in L.A.:” Both the car and freeway are symbolic in this story. What is the deeper meaning of each?
    ◦“A Good Man Is Hard to Find:” What do each of these symbolize: the grandmother’s hat, the town of Toomsboro (hint: “Toom” sounds strikingly similar to another word) and The Misfit’s car?

    4.Themes: What are the main themes/messages of each piece? What, in other words, do you think the authors, Dagoberto Gilb and Flannery O’Connor, are trying to communicate about life and human nature in their respective stories?
    5.Tone: What does Gilb’s tone seem to reveal about his attitude toward the characters and plot in “Love in L.A.?” Likewise, what does O’Connor’s tone seem to tell us about her attitude toward the characters and plot in “A Good Man Is Hard to Find?”
    6.Irony: In what ways do the titles of both stories contain irony?
    7.Moral Codes: (A moral code is an individual’s internal set of beliefs and principles that guides their conduct toward others. Everyone has a moral code, although not everyone’s behavior is necessarily “moral” or law-abiding.) ◦“Love in L.A.:” What is Jakes’ moral code? Elaborate on your answer, using at least two examples from the story to support your opinion.
    ◦“A Good Man Is Hard to Find:” By what moral codes do the grandmother and The Misfit live by? What external influences (upbringing, faith, experiences, etc.) have shaped their codes? Discuss the “goodness” (or lack thereof) of both characters. Do they or anyone else in the story qualify as a “good man?” Why or why not?

    8.Final Thoughts: Literature intersects with many areas of our lives, often providing commentary on cultural norms, and—in the case of the O’Connor story—the influence of religion on individuals and societies. In what ways has reading “Love in L.A.” and “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” impacted your own views on love, “goodness” and religious faith?

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    Disparities related to ethnic and cultural groups

    Discuss disparities related to ethnic and cultural groups relative to low-birth-weight infants and preterm births. Describe the impact of extremely low-birth-weight babies on family and society (short and long term, including economic considerations, ongoing care considerations, and comorbidities associated with prematurity). Discuss whether you feel that support services and systems in your community for preterm infants and their families adequately address their needs or not. Explain your answer. Respond to other learners’ posts in a manner that initiates or contributes to discussion.

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    Dirty bomb and emergency services

    1. As of today, terrorists have used bombs that include traditional explosives and some biological agents. What effect would it have on a community and a country if a terrorist organization were to successfully deploy a dirty
    bomb?

    2. Our emergency services are now on the front lines in the war on terrorism. What is the role of the firefighter and fire department at the scene of a terrorist attack that has used an incendiary device as a weapon?

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    How do daycare affect children’s cognitive development and social skills

    Does daycare affect children’s cognitive development and social skills? Conduct research and argue the case against daycare for babies and young children

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    Mitosis What are chromosomes made of

    Mitosis What are chromosomes made of

    What are chromosomes made of?
    2. Research the differences that exist between mitosis and binary fission. Identify at least one difference, and explain why it is significant.
    3. Cancer is a disease related to uncontrolled cell division. Investigate two known causes for these rapidly dividing cells and use this knowledge to invent a drug that would inhibit the growth of cancer cells.

    Post-Lab Questions
    2. In what stage were most of the onion root tip cells? Based on what you know about cell division, what does this imply about the life span of a cell?

    3. Were there any stages of the cell cycle you did not observe? How can you explain this using evidence

    4. As a cell grows, what happens to its surface area to volume ratio? (Hint: Think of a balloon being blown up.) How does this ratio change with respect to cell division?

    5. What is the function of mitosis in a cell that is about to divide?

    6. What would happen if mitosis were uncontrolled?

    7. How accurate were your time predictions for each stage of the cell cycle?

    8. Discuss one observation that you found interesting while looking at the onion root tip cells?

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    Employment Law

    Quiz 1
    1. Create a code of ethics for an organization of your choice. For each point in the code of ethics, describe an ethical dilemma that would be resolved using the code of ethics.

    2. Organizations exist because of their ability to create value and acceptable outcomes for stakeholders. Describe and explain how organizations create value and influence stakeholders? What is the role of entrepreneurship in this process?

    Quiz 2

    3. According to resource dependency theory, what motivates organizations to form interorganizational linkages? What are the advantages of strategic alliances as a way of exchanging resources.

    Disscussion

    Describe the division of labor in your current or prior organization. Are the processes and allocation of resources differentiated in a manner that creates efficiency? What would you preserve or change?

    Book for course: Jones, G. (2010). Organizational theory, design, and change (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

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    Educating about the Devastating Effects of Obesity Using A Culturally Sensitive Approach

    Does obesity prevent people from living a full and rewarding life who are not educated about the risk factors associated with obesity compared to people who are not obese and healthy?

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    Foucha v. Louisiana, Supreme Court of the United States (1992)

    Does the law, which requires a defendant to prove that he is not dangerous — even though he may no longer be mentally ill — violate his rights to liberty and fundamental fairness under the Fourteenth Amendment?
    Does the state statute deny equal protection of the laws to criminal defendants committed after a finding of not guilty by reason of insanity because it requires them to prove non-dangerousness, as opposed to those civilly committed, who are not required to prove this?

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