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Agriculture[edit]

Animals[edit]

Organizations[edit]

  • The First Canadian Olive Oil - "The Olive Farm on Salt Spring Island is the first Canadian olive grove to successfully grow and press olives for oil. The first press was officially done on November 6, 2015 using a combination of olives including Pendelino and Leccino. The Farm currently has approximately 2000 olive trees with plans for expansion."; [1]
  • The Olive Farm - Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada; theolivefarm.ca

People[edit]

Pesticides[edit]

Plants and crops[edit]

  • Jorquette - the part of a cocoa tree where the chupon ( i.e., vertical/orthotropic growth of seedlings) terminates to produce fan branches; though it seems derived from French, this word is not to be found in French dictionaries

Other[edit]

Suqakollo - a type of agriculture with water-filled trenches and raised crops in a pattern in Peru

Architecture[edit]

Architects (people)[edit]

Architectural firms and organisations[edit]

Buildings[edit]

Africa
Asia
Europe
Turkey
Other
North America
Oceania
South America

Codes, regulations, and standards[edit]

General concepts, styles[edit]

People[edit]

  • Alexander Kira – author of influential classic work on bathroom designs and ergonomics

Non-people[edit]

Architecture of [country][edit]
A–F
G–N
O–Z
Other[edit]

Urban studies and planning[edit]

Organizations[edit]

Other[edit]

  • GlobeChat - a multilingual translator that instantly translates messages sent in 41 different languages anywhere in the world; a free service available in 196 countries and available in the iOS, Android and Windows App stores as well as desktops and laptops; [116]; [117]; [118]; [119]

Communications[edit]

Companies and other organizations[edit]

  • BuFaTa of Lingusitics - a public meeting mainly in Germany for students of linguistic disciplines, especially for their representatives (Fachschaft); de:Bundesfachschaftentagung der Sprachwissenschaften
  • Clandestine Reporters Working Group - Alexandria, Virginia-based company providing security and intelligence training to journalists and human rights workers. The company specializes in non-digital tradecraft, such as handwritten encryption, counter-surveillance on foot and on public transport, setting up armor and modular vests, and planning missions for journalists operating in hostile environments. Curricula and schedule: [120] Review of Cryptography workshop: [121]
  • Corridor Communications, Inc. (or CCI Wireless - cciwireless.ca
  • Department of Homeland Security's SAFECOM initiative - an initiative that requires radio interoperability and P25 standards for public safety agencies.
  • Doogee - produces cost-effective smart phones and is quickly gaining popularity for cheap yet high-quality smart phones. (comment: easily the next LTG)
  • Elk Antennas - designs and builds compact Log Periodic Dipole Arrays (LPDA) for amateur radio, commercial and military use; founded in 1995; elkantennas.com
  • The Future of Text Symposium - a yearly seminar featuring high profile guests who meet to discuss the importance and history of language and communication through codified text (http://www.thefutureoftext.org)
  • Inkspin1 - one of the first companies to produce custom Skype and SIP software set-top-boxes and media players
  • Integrics - a UK-based software engineering company providing telecommunications software worldwide
  • Liftable Media (http://liftablemedia.com/) - a media umbrella company publishing some of the most popular conservative websites and whose brands rank as top publishers on Facebook, especially the Conservative Tribune
  • Milestone Communications - develops wireless towers in partnership with school and government landowners; milestonecommunications
  • North Electric - a telecommunications equipment manufacturer; sv:North Electric
  • NextG Networks - a company that puts up small, unobtrusive, low power, relatively general purpose base stations for cellphones (and other services, simultaneously mixing different technologies such as GSM, CDMA, wifi, wimax, etc.). They set up distributed antenna systems (DAS) where each node is effectively a remote antenna, the nodes are connected by a fiber optic loop to a local NextG facility. Cellphone providers can then pay to put base stations (BTSs) at this shared facility. Multiple cell providers, even using different technologies, can use a single system at once. They are selling this as a way to fill in holes in existing networks, though their product could alone serve a densely populated area; nextgnetworks.net
  • Sound Publishing (Sound Publishing Inc.) - a subsidiary of Black Press based in Everett, Washington; the largest community news publisher by circulation in the state of Washington. The company's holdings include four daily newspapers: The Herald, Peninsula Daily News, The Daily World, and the Tacoma Daily Index, a government listings publication. Sound Publishing also owns over 40 other publications in Washington state. All of Sound Publishing's products are printed at a central press plant in Everett, Washington.; Black Press#Washington
  • South Polar Times - defunct newspaper published by the Shackleton and Scott Antarctic expeditions; newspaper is mentioned in several articles; the article on Louis Bernacchi has this reference:
  • The South polar times. London: Smith, Elder & co., 1907-1914. (Volume 2 editor.) An exact reproduction of the South polar times originally issued during the Antarctic expeditions of Robert F. Scott.
  • Telesis AS - 28-year old designer and manufacturer fCLor TDM and IP Telephony systems; assistance is requested for a neutral article; [122]
  • UTVS - St. Cloud state television station

People[edit]

  • Joel Snyder - one of the world's first audio describers (c. 1981), a narrative technique for making visual images accessible to people who are blind or have low vision; author of The Visual Made Verbal: A Comprehensive Training Manual and Guide to the History and Applications of Audio Description (www.audiodescribe.com)

Other[edit]

A–J[edit]

  • 2BESS switch - electrical telephone switch similar to 1AESS but smaller; also, setup a redirect for 2BESS pointing to 2BESS switch
  • airwave device - a device that uses high-speed Internet to broadcast a cellular signal; used by people who live outside their coverage area or for any other reason they would not normally have cell phone signal in their home
  • ANSI/TIA/EIA-617 - Inband DCE Control for Asynchronous DTE–DCE Interfaces, list of modem AT commands for (frequency) band management
  • Black Channel (safety) - a communications channel used for safety-critical communications especially in industrial automation
  • carrier aggregation or channel aggregation - enables multiple LTE carriers to be used together to provide the high data rates required for 4G LTE Advanced; [123]
  • communication network technology - a discipline focused on the application and implementation of communication networks
  • communication network engineering - a discipline focused on the theory and conceptual design of communication networks
  • communications technology - a distinct discipline focused on the application and implementation of communication systems. It should not be redirected to Information and communications technology which is the current link provided for it.
  • computer network engineering - a discipline focused on the theory and conceptual design of computer networks
  • computer network technology - a discipline focused on the application and implementation of computer networks
  • copper line (copper lines) - possible redirect to twisted pair
  • editorial privilege - definition, the use of editorial privilege, supporting editorial privilege, critique of the use of editorial privilege
  • FERROCEPTOR (Ferroceptor) - Ferroceptor Adjustment in old valve radios; there is now a redirect to Ferrite core's section on Ferrite rod aerials that partially satisfies this request - most references make it clear the Ferroceptor is another name (especially from Philips in the mid 1950s and somewhere into the 1960s) for a ferrite rod, but sometimes the term seems to be used for a slug-tuned or inductance-tuned (i.e. fixed instead of variable capacitor) tuned circuit in radios?? That still needs to be sorted out.
  • Global Beam - a cover of the Earth's surface
  • Groundswell (business strategy) - a business strategy for building a conversation about a brand, company, or issue from the ground up by harnessing the social web and other user-generated content
  • Hyuckel(s) - a method of postal communications secured|obscured stenographically with diversion, nonsense and bad art
  • IZAR (processor) - Android 2.1 (will be upgraded to 2.2 at December) Smartphone produced by Pantech SKY. Has Qualcomm 600MHz processor. The cellular network provider is KT (Korean Telecom)

K–Q[edit]

R–Z[edit]

Computer science, computing, Internet[edit]

Requests for articles about computing are on a separate page, and should be added there.

Design[edit]

Non-people[edit]

Companies and other organizations[edit]

MODERN ERA CONVENT, JANAK PURI (SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL IN DELHI) (www.moderneraconvent.com)

  • Bernhardt Design - in 1983, Bernhardt Furniture added a line of commercial furniture, Bernhardt Design, manufacturing quality conservatively styled casegoods, conference and occasional tables, guest, lounge and wood guest chairs for the corporate and legal markets; gradually, the product line expanded stylistically, adding more contemporary products and multi-purpose tables and seating and conference chairs; bernhardtdesign.com; in order to encourage student designers to make their products suitable for mass markets, Bernhardt Design sponsors an interdisciplinary course with the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena; students who excel in the program have their products included in Bernhardt's standard product line
  • Immortal - Immortal the design station, www.immortal.com.sg - a brand engagement consultancy, established in 1990; integrated with ONG&ONG in July 2014 ([133]); the firm was awarded as one of Asia's Top Designers at the Singapore Design Awards 2015 ([134]); the firm bagged a Singapore Good Design SG Mark award for its work in branding The Apiary in 2016 ([135]); Immortal's Directors, Saxone Woon, Stanley Tan and Theresa Yong are Associates of The Design Alliance, Asia ([136])
  • Joseph Rodgers and Sons - cutlery company
  • Land Art Generator Initiative - international project to advance the proliferation of renewable energy infrastructure by engaging creative interdisciplinary teams in the design of site-specific utility-scale power plants that are integrated into the urban and rural environment; see renewable energy sculpture; after three successful design competitions and broad political support, the organization is constructing its first demonstration projects in 2015–2016; landartgenerator.org
  • R&Co Design - award winning ([137]; [138]) graphic design studio focused on web and brand identity; its work has been referenced in hundreds of online publications ([139]; [140]; [141]; [142]) related to design inspiration, minimalism and responsive web design; led by New York-based artist and designer Ryan Paonessa; rspny.com; [143]
  • Design for America (DFA) - designforamerica.com - Founded by Prof. Liz Gerber at Northwestern University, DFA has grown to a national network with 36 studios and over 1200 members at campuses across the US. From their website "DFA is an award-winning, nationwide network of university students using design innovation for social good, building community, and developing their capacity to take on any challenge." DFA has been written about in many news outlets, including: Huffington Post[2] and the Chicago Tribune[3].

Other[edit]

People[edit]

Bernhardt Design designers[edit]

Internationally known designers joined the creative team, including: bernhardtdesign.com/designers/index.html

Education[edit]


Schools, colleges, and universities[edit]

Please note: Elementary schools and middle schools are generally considered non-notable.

MODERN ERA CONVENT JANAK PURI (SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN DELHI) (www.moderneraconvent.com)

General[edit]

Shiv Ganga Vidya Mandir , Sector F Shantipuram , Phaphamau , Allahabad ,211013.(www.sgvmalld.org)

I don't want to dissuade any non-COI editor from creating an article on this subject, but it should be noted that the text below is essentially a recreation of the article discussed in Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Case no. 16CV300. -- RoySmith (talk) 23:37, 30 December 2016 (UTC)

Section 34-8-196 concerns the eligibility of benefits for certain service workers. It is found under Title 34, which deals with Labor and Industrial Relations; Chapter 8 handles Employment Security with Article 7 focusing on Benefits.

The provisions define "educational service workers," "educational institutions," and "educational service contractors." These definitions are the main legislative changes from previous versions (2006, 2010, and 2013). 2014 legislation reflects the changes, but the law did not go into effect until 2015. Like past versions, it sets forth interpretations for "between terms" and "reasonable assurance," and attention is paid to services in professional sports and aliens.[4]

Provisions

UI + RO Memo 2015-10

Educational Service Worker
This is anyone who works for an educational institution or educational service contractor (cafeteria worker, bus driver, librarian, cross-walk attendant, substitute, etc).

Educational Institution
This is any company in the education industry such as GSU.

Educational Service Contractor
This is any company that employs educational service workers to work for educational institutions, for example K-12 cafeteria workers and substitutes may get hired through Kelly Educational Staffing.

Between Terms
Educational service workers, professional sports workers, and aliens are "between terms" over holiday, between successive semesters, or otherwise a period of not getting paid, when they have a "reasonable assurance" of returning to work.

Reasonable Assurance
Educational service workers, professional sports workers, and aliens have "reasonable assurance" when they expect to go back to work after a period of not getting paid.

History In 2009, Georgia borrowed $721M from the federal government in order to provide benefits to nearly 500,000 unemployed.[5]

Commissioner Mark Butler considered modifications to the UI system as a way to repay the Feds.[6]

In 2012, UI rules changed[7] to restrict eligibility of benefits to educational service workers. This “action by Commissioner Mark Butler impact[ed] more than 32,000 hard- working Georgians and their families. Shockingly, his actions also have a very negative effect on the health of our state’s economy when families and local economies are denied these funds,” said Senator Emanuel Jones, Chairman of the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus.[8] Community organizing resulted federal attention, and the US DOL condemned the rule as having no statutory basis.[9]

In 2013, the call to bring UI rights back[10] resulted in the repayment of $8M to 32,000 people.[11]

In 2014, GDOL paid back the federal loan ahead of schedule. “A lot has to do with the recovery,” Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said. “We’ve seen jobs grow. Plus, some of the changes we made to the unemployment system also helped.”[12]

In 2015, the legislative change went into effect defining "educational service worker," educational institution," and "educational service contractor" based on this memo from 1987.[13] Rep. Dewey McClain expressed frustration that, "the burdens were placed on the ineligible employees, rather than on the employers, who were benefiting from the status quo."[14]

Rebekahalnablack (talk) 23:22, 30 December 2016 (UTC)


School-specific[edit]

A–B[edit]
C–D[edit]
E–H[edit]
I–L[edit]
  • IFA Paris - international fashion design and luxury business school with campuses in Paris, Shanghai and Istanbul; offers undergraduate bachelor and postgraduate master/MBA degrees covering all of the fashion industry; ifaparis.com
  • Indian School of Business Management and Administration - established 1992 by the NGO Aeren Foundation; ranks among the top-ten business schools that provide distance online management courses through correspondence with over 100 specializations and management courses for students to choose from with specially designed courses for working professionals; from diploma in management courses to the doctorate and laureate level; indianmba.com; [213]; [214]; [215]; [216]; [217]
  • Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University - Evanston, Illinois, United States; produces and disseminates policy-relevant, rigorous research relating to public policy topics on a variety of subjects; ipr.northwestern.edu
  • Instituto Comercial de Puerto Rico Junior College - Hato Rey, Puerto RIco; five campuses including Herd King, Mayaguez, Arecibo, Bayamon, and Manatee;Template:UL
  • Jackson Heart Study Community Outreach Center
  • Jackson Heart Study Daniel Hale Williams Scholars Program
  • Kilian Community College - Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States; established 1977; offers a wide variety of two-year degree programs, as well as several four-year degree options and certificate programs; kilian.edu
  • Kingsworth - international school in Paris; offers education through the English education's system
  • Knowledge Systems Institute - Skokie, Illiois, United States; graduate school of computer and information sciences; established 1978; offers an MS degree in Computer and Information Sciences; ksi.edu
  • Leaden Hall School - 70 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
  • LSE Summer School - offers over 80 three-week courses taught by London School of Economics faculty; has the world's largest intake of international study abroad undergraduates compared with other summer schools across the globe; curriculum is drawn from across the university, with courses being offered in subjects as diverse as accounting, finance, economics, international relations, law, and business and management. lse.ac.uk/study/summerSchools/summerSchool
  • Louisiana Delta Community College - Louisiana, United States; open-admissions college; offers two-year degree programs, certificates, and courses for personal or professional growth; created by the Louisiana Legislature in 1997; managed by the Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS); Since it began offering classes in 2001, the school has consistently ranked among the best in the nation in student satisfaction; Summer 2009, accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees; 2010 marked a growth spurt and expansion for the college; in June 2010, construction on school's new home finished; sitting just under 70 acres of land, the main building, the Louisiana Purchase Building, stands complete with 128,000 sq. ft.; in July 2010, Louisiana Delta Community College merged with Louisiana Technical College at Tallulah and Louisiana Technical College at Lake Providence; a second round of consolidations would come later in July 2012; at that time, LA Delta merged with the five campuses (Bastrop, Farmerville, Ruston, West Monroe, and Winnsboro) of Northeast Louisiana Technical College and LiteracyLINC, the adult-education program; name remained Louisiana Delta Community College with the city indicating specific campuses; LiteracyLINC came under the Workforce Development program and its name became DeltaLINC; ladelta.edu
  • Luna Community College - Las Vegas, New Mexico, United States - only community college in northeastern New Mexico; located in the lower slopes of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range overlooking Las Vegas; in 1967, an act of the New Mexico Legislature authorized the establishment of a vocational training facility at Las Vegas; when LCC was founded in 1969, the new board of trustees honored Captain Maximiliano Luna by naming the school Luna Area Vocational Technical School. in 2000, the board of directors approved name change to Luna Community College, to signify that the college is a comprehensive community college; offers a broad range of vocational, technical, and professional education programs; has satellite centers in the northeasterner New Mexico towns of Mora, Springer and Santa Rosa; luna.edu
M–R[edit]
S[edit]
  • Stansfield College - Singapore; Law School; Founded in 1993, Stansfield College is a long standing private higher education institution and a trusted provider of the University of London international programmes in Singapore. Its philosophy of recruiting only highly qualified and dedicated faculty and its unique learning system of small class sizes and focused attention providing its students with unrivalled learning opportunities. Over the years the College has continued to build on its strengths and today, its mission is a simple one – ‘to make learning enjoyable’. Stansfield College has over 20 years of experience as a specialist provider of University of London international programmes and is a Registered Centre of the University of London in Singapore. Its past recognitions include receiving the coveted Enterprise 50 award from 2002 to 2006 in recognition of its enterprising spirit and the Singapore Quality Class for PEOs in 2003. Stansfield College offers undergraduate degrees and diplomas in a range of academic disciplines which includes Law, Humanities and the EMFSS suite of programmes with specialisations in Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences.; www.stansfield.edu.sg
  • Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College - Mount Pleasant, Michigan, United States; community college; in 1998, the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Council adopted a resolution establishing a tribally controlled college and forming a governing board of regents; while the primary focus was to build a bridge between tribal members and higher education, the college was chartered as a public institution for all people in the community; in passing its resolution to establish the college, the council sought to increase access to higher education and to expand educational and career opportunities for the tribal community; the council also was taking responsibility to provide for the future of the tribe by investing in its most valuable resource, its members and employees; school's establishment was an important step in an educational empowerment process that seeks to preserve and maintain the Saginaw Chippewa tribal culture; school strives to provide a quality learning experience and environment designed to sustain the cultural continuity of the tribe from past to future generations; as a tribally controlled two-year college, the school offers Associate of Arts degrees; three degrees are offered: 1) Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts, 2) Associate of Arts in Native American Studies, and 3) Associate of Arts in Business. Each of these degree programs is intended for transfer to baccalaureate degree programs at local colleges and universities; chartered as a non-profit, public corporation of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan; school's primary geographic service area is the Isabella Reservation and greater Mount Pleasant area, which is the principal reservation of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe; secondary service area is the Saganing Reservation, a subsidiary, smaller reservation of the tribe; sagchip.edu
  • Saint Elizabeth College of Nursing - Utica, New York, United States; established 1904 as a single purpose three-year diploma program in nursing; registered by the New York State Education Department as St. Elizabeth Hospital School of Nursing and graduated its first class of seven in 1907; nursing program was a natural outgrowth of the tradition and mission of St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC) which is to care for the sick and helpless. The college maintains a strong tie with its parent institution, SEMC, as well as other clinical agencies to provide superior clinical experiences for students in all clinical areas; offers a two-year associate in applied science (AAS) degree in nursing, fully integrating theoretical learning with clinical experiences within a caring environment; nursing courses include direct patient care that is planned and supervised by a faculty member with expertise in a particular nursing area; one of the strengths of the program at St. Elizabeth is its clinical component that combines the theory learned in class with actual nursing practice allowing for immediate transfer and application of knowledge; offers evening/weekend nursing program in addition to weekday program; In 2007–2008, St. Elizabeth College of Nursing and SUNYIT announced a unique partnership: 1+2+1 program is for high school students who possess excellent academic achievement and can meet the rigorous admission requirements for the program. During the freshmen year, the general education requirements are completed at SUNYIT. In years two and three, the student will earn an associates degree while completing the nursing program at St. Elizabeth College of Nursing leading to RN license. The fourth and final year of the program returns the student to SUNYIT where a BS degree is earned (BSN); opportunity to earn two nursing degrees in four years; has graduated over 3,000 men and women; secon.edu
  • St. Francis Xavier College (Victoria) - one of the largest secondary schools located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, with campuses in Berwick, Victoria, Officer, Victoria, and Beaconsfield, Victoria
  • Saint Gregory the Great Seminary - Seward, Nebraska, Unites States; established 1998; named in honor of Saint Gregory the Great, who was born in Rome about 540 and died on March 12, 604; accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association; an approved institution of higher education in the State of Nebraska by the Coordinating Commission for Post-Secondary Education; member of the National Association of College Seminaries; stgregoryseminary.edu
  • St. Louise de Marillac School - Arabi, Louisiana
  • Saint Luke's College - Sioux City, Iowa, United States; private two-year nursing and health sciences college; stlukescollege.edu
  • Southeast Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences - Cape Girardeau, Missouri, United States; private not-for-profit institution of higher learning that specializes in the preparation of individuals for healthcare careers; the original Southeast Hospital School of Nursing opened in 1928; it focused on educating and training individuals for registered nursing; the school closed as a result of economic hardships during the Depression years; plans to re-open the hospital-based nursing program as an LPN to RN educational program began in 1990; in 1992, the Missouri State Board of Nursing awarded the school accreditation as a diploma program; the School of Nursing transitioned to the College of Nursing with approval being granted by the Missouri State Board of Nursing in 1995; in 2000, the name of the college was changed to Southeast Hospital College of Nursing & Health Sciences when a surgical technology program was opened; sehcollege.edu
  • State Technical College of Missouri - Linn, Missouri, United States; founded 1961 as a part of the local school district and transferred to the State of Missouri in 1996; in 2013, it was decided that the college will change its name to State Technical College of Missouri. The name change took effect July 1, 2014; statetechmo.edu
  • South Florida Bible College and Seminary - Deerfield, Florida, United States; established 1985; has national, but not the more prestigious regional, accreditation; sfbc.edu
  • Southeast Technical Institute - Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States; vocational school; southeasttech.edu
  • Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf - established by the Board of Trustees of the Howard County Junior College District (HCJCD) on November 6, 1979; part of Howard College; howardcollege.edu/swcid
  • Summerhill West - Los Angeles, California, United States; free school in the 1960s; modeled after Summerhill School
T–Z[edit]

People[edit]

Research centers[edit]

Programs[edit]

A–E[edit]

  • BrainHoney - learning management system
  • Classical-African studies - as compared to African-American studies
  • community-based instruction (community based instruction) - research-based practice to facilitate the transition to adult life for students with disabilities, is sustained and repeated elementary and secondary instruction that takes place in the community rather than in a school building; [234]
  • Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP) - established with a secretariat in Bergen in 1993 in order to promote social science research that theorises and provides understanding of poverty in a global context; wo institutional sponsors, the University of Bergen (UiB) and the International Social Science Council (ISSC); in 2009, the ISSC signed an agreement with UiB incorporating CROP into the university's academic and administrative environment; the CROP Secretariat has a scientific director and supporting scientific and administrative staff; responsibility for the general orientation of the scientific content of the programme falls primarily on the Scientific Committee (SC)
www.crop.org; [235]; [236]; [237]; [238]; [239]; [240]; Else Øyen; [241]; [242]; [243]; [244]; [245]; [246]; [247]; [248]; [249]; [250]; [251]; [252]; [253]; [254]; [255]; [256]; [257]; [258]; [259]; [260]
  • Cotutelle - Dual Ph.D. programs run through a French and a non-French tertiary institution?
  • DCCCD STEM Institute - organization founded by the Dallas County Community College District to support exceptional students pursuing STEM majors. Students are accepted to this organization after a rigorous and competitive application and reviewing process. The STEM Institute provides scholarships, faculty mentoring opportunities, and seminars to benefit its member students.) (http://www.foundation.dcccd.edu/stem-institute)
  • European Ph.D - offered by several universities throughout the EU

F–M[edit]

N–Z[edit]

  • NASA SHARP - summer-hire program for young adults ages 16–17 through NASA
  • NETS Program at UPENN - Singh Program in Networked and Social Systems Engineering; nets.upenn.edu
  • Newcastle Commission - responsible for Revised Code of 1862 that changed educational system in England
  • Open Learn Project - Open Courseware Initiative of the Open University UK
  • Portfolio Assessment - a collection of student work used to evaluate their progress
  • President's Educations Awards Program - Snuffles72 20:49, 2 April 2007 (UTC)
  • school laptop program - see Oak-Land Jr. High School and [265]
  • SpellRead - highest-ranked intervention program for ELL and spec ed learners according to US govt. study - though with caveats (http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/interventionreport.aspx?sid=481)
  • Stages of Learning - arts education program that existed between 1994 and 2010 with a geographical focus on New York City. (Disclosure: I am the founder). Information: "Reflection and Inquiry in Stages of Learning Practice," Teaching Artist Journal (Routledge), 11:4,, 224-233; http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15411796.2013.815544#.U53OqJRdVrg ; “Boards of Education,” New York Post, July 11, 2004 at [266]; United States Patent and Trademark Office, Serial Numbers 78715890 (registration number 3150834) and 75459495 (registration number 2341842); Guidestar Reports including IRS 990 filings at [267]; "Committee Meeting Report - June 2010 Council Meeting Arts Education Program (AIE) - Panel Ratings and Recommendations", New York State Council on the Arts, p. 21 at [268]; "Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in Theater Grades PreK-12", NYC Department of Education, pii, at [269]; “Annual Arts in Schools Report 2008-2009,” NYC Department of Education at [270]; NYC Department of Education contract re: Serial No. #R0089 from the Office of the Arts and Special Programs, July 24, 2008 (copy of contract on file at NYC DOE; copy available from Floyd Rumohr ) ; “Learning that All The World’s A Stage” by Kathy Storfer, NYMetroParents at [271]; "Act of Learning", Go Brooklyn, June 24, 2002 (please note that the organization changed its legal name from “Chekhov Theatre Ensemble” to "Stages of Learning" in 2003 — please see "Certificate of Amendment" to Articles of Incorporation filed with the State of New York Department of State on November 26, 2003); Booth Ferris Foundation Awards $150,000 to Build Stages of Learning's Capacity" PR Newswire at [272]. Annual Reports and other archives published by the organization between 1994-2009 are available for review from Floyd Rumohr
  • Teach and Learn with Georgia - an EFL program similar to EPIK, JET, and other national EFL programs; [273]; [274]; [275]; [276]
  • Tuckwell Scholarships - undergraduate scholarship program worth up to AUS$100 000 and run by the Australian National University. It was founded in 2014 through the donation of $50 million by Graham and Louise Tuckwell, and in 2016 an additional $200 million was donated to the program. See the main website at <http://tuckwell.anu.edu.au/> and many online interviews and articles about it.
  • The Undergraduate Awards - international academic awards programme based in Ireland; undergraduate students' coursework is judged anonymously across a range of disciplines and successful entrants are brought to a summit in Dublin, Ireland and published in a journal; undergraduateawards.com
  • Washington Workshops - a study-in-Washington, DC, program for high school students; competitor of Presidential Classroom
  • Washington Network for Innovative Careers (WaNIC) - wanic.org
  • West Bengal State Council of Vocational Education & Training - wbscvet.org
  • Wright Living - see Wright Year of Transformation (http://wrightliving.com/programs/the-first-year-journey-year-of-more/ ) and Wright Graduate University ([27]). Wright Living is an institute and high-cost program founded by married professional couple Dr. Bob Wright and Dr. Judith Wright, and is located at 445 E. Ohio Street in Downtown Chicago, IL. The aim of Wright's methodology is in the realm of the popular life coaching trend in the helping field. Judith Sewell Wright's education in psychology and advanced degrees in counseling and education have proven substantial for her work coining the term "Soft Additions" in 1991; Wright and her subsequent theory on soft addictions in our lives. The Wright Living as an institution, however, takes the power couple on a very different path than expected from two professionals in the helping field. Wright advertises weekend trainings that cost nearly $2,000. These weekends have had stirred controversy over their strict guidelines and push on students to stay longer than they feel comfortable; [277]

Other education topics[edit]

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Electronics[edit]

Components[edit]

Comment: possibly this is referring to conversion between logic families, see [287], but the requester has given no context.
  • turbolite - as mentioned at Texas Star, right before the marker for reference 8
  • VM "The Voice of Music" - old hi-fi/stereo; from Benton Harbor, Michigan; like Heathkit; old record players used in classrooms, etc.
  • VNITZ VEI - a high-voltage electric research centre near Moscow, Russia; it was thought to be abandoned, however, it is not and they actively set it off; [288]; [289] [290]

Concepts[edit]

  • internal photoelectric effect - an extension to the current photoelectric effect article. The current article only discusses the external effect where electrons leave the material. The internal photoelectric effect follows a similar principal but electrons are free within the material creating the internally flowing photo current seen in image sensors and communications photo diodes. References to include: "High Performance Silicon Imaging: Fundamentals and Applications of CMOS and CCD Image Sensors", Durini, 2014 and references therein.
  • normally-on (normally on) - transistors are considered "normally-on" or "normally-off" depending on their compositional traits. Though this definition is simple to understand, a full explanation of how exactly this is accomplished requires some expert detail.

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(what about Libraries and the Semantic Web instead? There should be a little information for that, but this one would probably be WP:OR. Jodi.a.schneider (talk) 11:16, 5 December 2010 (UTC)

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no category at October 2016 (perhaps deleted?)

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Northfield Foundry and Machine Company - northfieldwoodworking.com; virtually the only remaining original U.S. company still making heavy industrial classic (non-computerized) cast-iron woodworking machinery, of the many great companies that at one time were sought-after sources worldwide for woodworking machinery. As written in Vintage Machinery.org ([329]), "Northfield has been in business since 1920. They are one of the very few remaining makers of non-computerized, industrial-grade heavy iron. For example, their 8" jointer weighs 1150 lbs; their tablesaw weighs 1780 lbs."

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comment: related to Ramsey interferometry?; October 2016

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Genetics: List of Hox clusters - a description of all Hox gene expressions and their gene name, functions, protein sequences and conditions due to mutation or absence; UniProt, MeSH, Wikipedia, European Journal of Endocrinology, 1000 Gnomes and others

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