Human Herpesvirus-6 in Children Undergoing Cancer Chemotherapy - J. Goldfarb
Human Herpesvirus-6 in Children Undergoing Cancer Chemotherapy - J. Goldfarb
2.1 Some basic concepts
Energy resources are essential for any society, be it one dependent on subsistence farming or an industrialised country. There are many different sources of energy, some well-known such as coal or petroleum, others less so, such as tides or the heat inside the Earth. Is nuclear power a salvation or a nightmare? This unit provides background information to each resource, so that you can assess them for yourself.
Nuclear Reactor Allows Hands-On Learning For Students
Contact: Donald Wall, Director, WSU Nuclear Radiation Center, 509-335-8641, email@example.com PULLMAN, Wash. -- Future nuclear workers get hands-on training at the Nuclear Radiation Center at Washington State University. Working with trained personnel, students from a variety of academic backgrounds are able to see first-hand what it is like to operate the university's 1.0 megawatt reactor. Nuclear Radiation Center Director Donald Wall said classes can eventually lead to students obtaining a
Dramatic Art Piece Blends Fiction with Reality
Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010 Contact: Keith Wells, Curator, WSU Museum of Art, 509-335-6620, firstname.lastname@example.org PULLMAN, Wash. -- A new exhibit at the Washington State University Museum of Art imagines what would happen if the Dukes of Hazzard's 1969 Dodge Charger crashed into the "Unabomber" Ted Kaczynski's Montana shack. Artist Chris Larson said the 2004 piece is to get people talking and to show that now is a good time to be an artist. The piece can be viewed now through April on the WSU campus.
Grizzly Bear Brought For Medical Exam At Washington State University
PULLMAN, Wash. - A 15-year-old grizzly bear from West Yellowstone, Montana, made an overnight journey to WSU Friday. "Stoke," at 575 pounds has recently become increasingly lame in his hindquarters. A team of WSU Wildlife and Veterinary Medicine faculty, students and staff used a blow gun to anesthetize the bear and run various tests, including blood work an MRI, and a spinal tap. It was determined late today, Stoke has a spinal cord lesion from an old injury and he is being treated with medicat
Knott Dairy Provides Working Research Lab For Washington State
Contact: John Swain, Farm Manager, Knott Dairy, 509-335-1338, email@example.com PULLMAN, Wash. -- The Knott Dairy is Washington State University's teaching and research laboratory, as well as a functional dairy. Student groups and researchers study the nutrition and health of the herd and practice dairy techniques. The dairy milks about 180 cows a day.
WSU Pharmacy Students Gain Hands-On Training
Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2010 Contact: Jennifer Mattoon, instructor, WSU College of Pharmacy, 509-335-8306, firstname.lastname@example.org PULLMAN, Wash. -- Students at Washington State University College of Pharmacy are able to get real-life experience at a working pharmacy. One of the instructors for Pullman students is Jennifer Mattoon, a pharmacist at Sid's Pharmacy. She uses her years of store experience to teach students about interaction, personal service and how to be safe and understanding with patients'
WSU Professor Offers Insight Into Olympics, Athletic Image and Doping
Contact: Jennifer Beller, associate professor, Department of Educational Leadership & Counseling Psychology, 509-335-4907, email@example.com PULLMAN, Wash. -- With the Olympic Games in full swing, WSU faculty are available to give insight into the mindset of athletes and the competition. In the video link provided, WSU Associate Professor Jennifer Beller discusses the role of sportsmanship, how competitors are viewed by younger athletes and how doping plays into the "win at all costs" mentality.
Student-Run Radio Station Trains For Post-College Careers
Monday, Mar. 1, 2010 Contact: Michael Biddle, general manager, KUGR, 509-335-5042, firstname.lastname@example.org PULLMAN, Wash -- Student-run radio station KUGR gives hands-on training for future careers in broadcasting. KUGR General Manager Michael Biddle says radio isn't going away, and the program is important to WSU. To learn more about KUGR, and how it prepares students for post-graduation jobs, watch the video.
WSU Dining Services Celebrates The Olympics
Friday, Feb. 26, 2010 Contact: Steven Walk, executive chef, WSU Dining Services, 509-335-8249, email@example.com PULLMAN, Wash. -- Blocks of ice and chainsaws took over the entrance to Southside Café Thursday at Washington State University. The first ever Ice Festival featured chefs from across campus carving sculptures to be featured at the café.
Sijo: Discover the New Haiku
David McCann, Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Literature; director of the Korea Institute, Harvard University Presentation at the Harvard Allston Education Portal, March 8, 2011
"Mr Edwards and the Spider" by Robert Lowell (poetry reading)
It's a critique of the religion of Lowell's New England heritage. He was related to Mr. Edwards who preached sermons promising sinners the flames of hell. One of them was called "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God". http://tinyurl.com/3hp6vlr Josiah Hawley was Mr. Edwards' uncle who died by his own hand, supposedly consigned to the flames of hell because suicide is a mortal sin. Here's a good reading: http://www.kmp.podcastpeople.com/posts/21407 You might compare the poem to Donne's "Noc
A Walk along the Kennet
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4.4.1 Organise and clearly present relevant information You need to know how to present information in ways that best suit your purpose, subject and audience, that is how to structure coherently what you say so that a sequence of ideas may be followed easily; how to use a range of techniques to help present information and support your argument (such as diagrams and models), and when to use technical vocabulary and conventions. Check that your work meets relevant guidelines and conventions. You may have guidelines about this at work and different
You need to know how to present information in ways that best suit your purpose, subject and audience, that is how to structure coherently what you say so that a sequence of ideas may be followed easily; how to use a range of techniques to help present information and support your argument (such as diagrams and models), and when to use technical vocabulary and conventions. Check that your work meets relevant guidelines and conventions. You may have guidelines about this at work and different
3.5.1 Final arousal
Hibernation is an ingenious adaptation that some animals employ to survive difficult conditions in winter. This unit examines the differences between hibernation and torpor, and discusses the characteristic signs of hibernation behaviour. It explores the triggers that bring on hibernation, and whether internal signals or external season cues are predominant. It also examines the physiological adaptations that occur in hibernating animals. This unit builds on and develops ideas introduced in the
Multiple Sclerosis - Cranial Nerves Exam - Trigeminal (CN V) Sub-exam - Patient 16
Shelly is a 38-year-old African American female who initially presented with transverse myelitis 2 years ago. A lumbar puncture revealed multiple oligoclonal bands in the cerebral spinal fluid. MRI has demonstrated numerous plaques in the bilateral cerebral white matter. She eventually went on to recover from her initial attack but since her second attack has continued to progressively worsen. Her gait and other motor functioning have deteriorated and she is now wheelchair bound.
Guide to Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Africa
This guide has been packaged for all those who are in higher education with a desire to improve their teaching and learning practices. The main objective is improving the relevance and quality of higher education in Africa through 11 modules covering subjects from new technologies, students with special needs, woman students, etc.