Extractions: E-Mail: email@example.com The goals of the Accounting Association are to give prospective accountants insight into accounting as a profession, encourage interaction with other accounting majors and minors, and facilitate the educational process. Watch for meeting times and upcoming events on the Accounting Association's bulletin board on the third floor of Somsen Hall. American Marketing Association (AMA) E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Winona State's AMA, which is affiliated with the national American Marketing Association, is designed to help students seek opportunities to more fully understand the role of marketing in today's society, develop professional marketing skills, and serve individuals and organizations who are in need of these marketing skills. The association is open to all business majors and hosts many activities including speakers, workshops, business tours, socials, fundraising, and portfolio advising.
Extractions: Thomas C. Taylor and Olga Osipenkova The process of economic and political reform in Russia over the past 10 years or so has resulted in dramatic steps away from a socialist society towards democracy and a market economy. These steps have been slow and painful and a long road still lies ahead. However, when the previous century is studied as a whole, it must be granted that significant progress had been achieved. There have been open elections of government officials, the emergence of legitimate private businesses, the establishment of fledgling stock and commodity exchanges, and modest, though guarded, foreign investment in the Russian economy. The death of the cold war has engendered a basis for increased cooperation between Russia and the West. THOMAS TAYLOR is Hylton Professor of Accountancy in the Calloway School of Business and Accountancy, Wake Forest University. Previous positions include Western Electric Company, Inc., Pricewaterhouse, and Arthur Andersen. Since 1990, his teaching and research agenda has included giving lectures in Russia on various accounting topics and conducting research on the process of accounting reform in Russia. A member of the Institute of Management Accountants and the American Accounting Association, he was Dean of the Calloway School of Business and Accountancy from 1980-1992.
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Extractions: The Templeton Guide: Colleges That Encourage Character Development Experience Education : University of Connecticut, Ph.D. in business administration, 1997; University of Rhode Island, M.S. in accounting, 1987; Rhode Island College, B.A. in mathematics/elementary education, 1979. What prompted your change from practicing accounting to teaching? "I have wanted to teach since I was about seven years old, and my undergraduate degree is in elementary education. However, when I graduated, teaching jobs were scarce. "Because I also liked quantitative subjects, I pursued accounting as a master's degree candidate to become a CPA. I worked as a CPA for more than three years, and decided that I still wanted to teach. I got a one-year appointment as a lecturer at the University of Rhode Island, and subsequently enrolled in a doctoral program because I so enjoyed my university teaching position." How did you become interested in accounting for nonprofit groups as a research topic?
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Extractions: Who was the first actor to play super-sleuth Sherlock Holmes? Not so elementary, my dear Watson, because little is known about this first cinema actor. He wore a deerstalker hat, sucked on a curved pipe, wore a cape-coat, and had a soulful expression. However, no one knows his name. This long and lean man was an accountant at Samuelson's Royal Film Agency on Corporation Street, in Birmingham, England. The identity of this accountant, turned non-professional actor, of 80 plus years ago remains at least one unsolved mystery in the history of this great detective. The basis for the Holmes' legend lies in fifty-six short stories and four novels which Arthur Conan Doyle wrote about Holmes and his faithful assistant, Dr. John H. Watson, M.D. His wife Lady Conan Doyle said he could write Holmes' stories in a room full of people talking, while riding in a train, or during a cricket match. He loved to build up his fictional characters with all their little idiosyncrasies, their strengths, and weakness, so that they became like living personalities to him and his readers. This British novelist was always "the private detective, the seeker after hidden truth, the fathomer of obscure mysteries, the hound of justice upon the trial of injustice and official apathy." Deductive Reasoning Sir Doyle through Sherlock Holmes was the intellectual master of the deductive methods. He did not believe in the fanciful weaving of ingenious theories miscalled intuition, nor the blind acceptance of circumstantial evidence untested by the searching light of cross-examination. Lady Conan Doyle said that her husband had extraordinary powers of deduction and analysis. He had the Sherlock Holmes' brain, and Arthur sometimes privately solved mysteries that had non-pulsed the police. "He was able, through his remarkable powers of deduction and inference, to locate missing people whose relatives had given them up as lost or murdered."
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Extractions: by Catherine Cantrell Seven years ago I was asked to join a project that focused on increasing the use of technology in adult basic education (ABE) programs. Initially I declined. I did not believe in placing basic skills students in front of computer monitors, isolated from other learners and from caring teachers. During graduate school I had observed several adult learning center computer labs where stu dents were left on their own to work through math problems, with the educational software doing most of the processing. While this method probably helps some learners, I found it to be boring and potentially pointless: the drills rarely provided a relevant context in which the students might apply their skills.
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Extractions: Accountants are experts in money matters and keeping accounts. They collect and analyze business records and prepare financial records used by administration to make decisions. They design accounting systems and procedures and help managers in program management. They may prepare income tax forms or advise clients on certain business or financial decisions. Also, they may develop estate plans, accounting systems, or budgets. Some teach or do consulting. Design and use accounting systems and budgeting systems. Prepare balance sheets and profit/loss statements. May direct the work of others performing similar duties. Prepare various reports and documents such as payroll and sales tax reports, income tax returns, and personal property schedules. Examine and evaluate data relevant to the financial status of an organization. Make recommendations to management about improving operations and the financial position of the company. Skills in using current office technology. Skills in communication and public relations.
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Extractions: When students have a personal computer with them all day, education possibilities are greatly expanded. Here is a list of some of the activities we've completed in our classroom with the help of our handheld computers Keep a reading journal Calculate inflation Revise and edit writing Take a write about digital photos Animate math algorithms Laugh at a joke Learn interesting facts from the web Compose a book review Troubleshoot difficulties with technology Break a code Use a thesaurus List the factors of a number Work logic problems Read interactive stories Solve addition and subtraction computer generated problems involving negative numbers Make a graphic organizer Play logic and puzzle games Jig-saw information Write an essay Record science data Practice keyboarding Solve mysteries Learn and practice accounting Play hangman with spelling words Create a database of famous Americans
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Extractions: (Open Until Filled) ASSIGNMENT: Full-time, 100% FTE position as Instructor of Accounting in the Division of Business and Applied Technology at Evergreen Valley College. This is a first year tenure-track position working under the general supervision of the Dean of Business and Applied Technology. The assigned work year is 175 days per academic year. This position will be filled for the Fall Semester, 2004. The assignment will include 15-20 course hours per week combining lecture and/or laboratory classes plus five office hours per week. Assignments and office hours may include evenings and Saturdays. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties and responsibilities include but are not necessarily limited to: Teach a 100% load in the field of Accounting. Course assignments will include topics such as, but not limited to, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Computerized Accounting, Cost Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Principles of Income Tax and Bookkeeping for Small Businesses. Carry out collegial responsibilities including, but not limited to, curriculum development, institutional committee assignments, student recruitment and retention, and participation in campus life activities.
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Extractions: Additional Links... GMAT Web Site Walton College Web Main Web Site News Releases Administration Home Dean's Office Assistant Dean's Office Minority Affairs External Relations Career Development Fac/Staff Profiles Research Centers Walton Intranet Staff Council UofA Links U of A Web Site Campus Map Phone/Email Directory Weather Notices Fayetteville Weather The doctoral program also emphasizes teaching and aims to provide students with the knowledge and experience to become effective teachers in a rapidly changing educational environment. Teaching workshops and seminars are offered throughout the program; many are presented by nationally recognized teaching authorities. All doctoral students are required to teach and develop their teaching skills in the classroom. Moreover, the University of Arkansas is committed to actively pursuing education change. Consequently, doctoral students have the opportunity of teach in an innovative curriculum, and to develop proficiencies in non-traditional pedagogies such as cooperative learning, role playing, simulations, and Internet-based delivery. Students also receive frequent feedback on the progression of their teaching abilities through such vehicles as weekly teaching team meetings, teaching mentors, and classroom observations by experienced teaching faculty.
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Extractions: Archived Information CPRE Policy Brief: Helping Teachers Teach Well: Transforming Professional Development - June 1995 In most districts, professional development is thought of almost exclusively in terms of formal education activities, such as courses or workshops. Several times a year, school administrators release students for a half or full day and hold an "in-service" program that may or may not be relevant to teachers' professional development needs. These programs may feature experts who speak to all teachers on a "hot" topic or they may consist of a number of simultaneous workshops offered by "trainers" (recruited from other districts, the university, or the state education department), with teachers choosing the sessions they wish to attend. Teachers typically spend a few hours listening and, at best, leave with some practical tips or some useful materials. There is seldom any follow-up to the experience and subsequent in-services may address entirely different sets of topics. District activities are often supplemented by the participation of limited numbers of teachers in professional conferences, workshops offered by regional service agencies or state education agencies, and summer workshops offered by a variety of sponsors. Teachers working in categorical programs receive more of these opportunities because funding is available and special programs are provided for them by state and regional agencies. The amount of this activity depends, in part, on a district's fiscal resources. Who attends depends on the initiative of individual teachers, and on their relationship with school and district administrators, or their willingness to pay their own way.
Extractions: Managing Job Queues and Using Oracle Auditing Today you will learn about managing job queues and the Oracle auditing facility. Job queues are used to schedule jobs during off-peak hours or to schedule certain tasks on a recurring basis. The Oracle job queue facility allows you to schedule single or recurring tasks in an easy and reliable manner. The Oracle auditing facility allows the administrator to monitor or audit the system usage. Auditing is important if one or more incident has occurred to make you suspicious of the activity of one or more users. Through auditing, a record is made of the suspicious activity and can be used to track down the party at fault. Think of auditing as a way of logging activity in the system. Oracle job queues are used to divert the execution of an operation to a later time. This allows you to schedule jobs. New Term: A job queue is a method whereby you can schedule a PL/SQL task to run at some time in the future, or even to run periodically. The job-scheduling task can be done either graphically through the Enterprise Manager or via the Oracle job-scheduling commands. As always, you will learn about both methods here. Using the Oracle job-queuing facility, you can easily schedule jobs to be run at various times or on a regular schedule. Some examples of where this might be useful include
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