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Stewart Hase[edit]

Criteria[edit] Shortcut:WP:NACADEMICS Academics/professors meeting any one of the following conditions, as substantiated through reliable sources, are notable. Academics/professors meeting none of these conditions may still be notable if they meet the conditions of WP:BIO or other notability criteria, and the merits of an article on the academic/professor will depend largely on the extent to which it is verifiable. Before applying these criteria, see the General notes and Specific criteria notes sections, which follow.

1. The person's research has made significant impact in their scholarly discipline, broadly construed, as demonstrated by independent reliable sources. 2. The person has received a highly prestigious academic award or honor at a national or international level. 3. The person is or has been an elected member of a highly selective and prestigious scholarly society or association (e.g., a National Academy of Sciences or the Royal Society) or a Fellow of a major scholarly society for which that is a highly selective honor (e.g., the IEEE). 4. The person's academic work has made a significant impact in the area of higher education, affecting a substantial number of academic institutions. 5. The person holds or has held a named chair appointment or "Distinguished Professor" appointment at a major institution of higher education and research (or an equivalent position in countries where named chairs are uncommon). 6. The person has held a highest-level elected or appointed academic post at a major academic institution or major academic society. 7. The person has made substantial impact outside academia in their academic capacity. 8. The person is or has been the head or chief editor of a major well-established academic journal in their subject area. 9. The person is in a field of literature (e.g writer or poet) or the fine arts (e.g., musician, composer, artist), and meets the standards for notability in that art, such as WP:CREATIVE or WP:MUSIC. General notes[edit] It is possible for an academic to be notable according to this standard, and yet not be an appropriate topic for coverage in Wikipedia because of a lack of reliable, independent sources on the subject. Every topic on Wikipedia must be one for which sources comply with Wikipedia:Verifiability. However, for the routine uncontroversial details of a career, official institutional and professional sources are accepted as sourcing for those details. The criteria above are sometimes summed up in an "Average Professor Test". Put simply: when judged against the average impact of a researcher in his or her field, does this researcher stand out as clearly more notable or more accomplished than others in the field? Note that as this is a guideline and not a rule, exceptions may well exist. Some academics may not meet any of these criteria, but may still be notable for their academic work. It is important to note that it is very difficult to make clear requirements in terms of numbers of publications or their quality: the criteria, in practice, vary greatly by field. Also, this proposal sets the bar fairly low, which is natural: to a degree, academics live in the public arena, trying to influence others with their ideas. It is natural that successful ones should be considered notable.

More Clean-up[edit]

Just removed malware from my system . . .

TrojanDownloader:Win32/Filcout.A Description TrojanDownloader:Win32/Filcout.A is a Trojan downloader that strives to download and install other malware infections or PUPs (potentially unwanted programs) to a PC. TrojanDownloader:Win32/Filcout.A can target particular files on remote websites, or a particular web address that points to a website encompassing an exploit code that may permit the website to automatically drop and run applications or a malevolent code on vulnerable PCs. TrojanDownloader:Win32/Filcout.A permits cybercrooks to obtain remote unauthorized access and control over the attacked computer.

User:Gregbard may need to do the same. Still no clue about the motive for the attack.Stmullin (talk) 23:18, 10 July 2014 (UTC)

This Month in Education: July 2014[edit]

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Link to course in Philosophy of Education[edit]

I thought that those of you resurrecting the lost articles related to Philosophy of education might benefit from this online course offered in 1999 by LeoNora M. Cohen, OSU - School of Education at which has references. This is very close to the information that was deleted. Please know that textbooks were not typical for this information . . . we received course packs or other summaries from our instructors. Stmullin (talk) 21:45, 17 August 2014 (UTC)