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Official Congressional Directory 115th Congress 2017 2018 Convened January 2017

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Contains biographies of Senators, members of Congress, and the Judiciary within the years 2017-2018. Also includes committee assignments, maps of Congressional districts, a directory of officials of executive agencies, addresses, telephone and fax numbers, web addresses, and other information. This essential reference resource contains: Comprehensive List of Member names with full color photos Each member biographical data information Member office locations, phone and fax numbers Member email addresses, where available Member offices by zip code deliveries assigned by the main Post Office Information about Impeachment Proceedings Statistical Information for votes cast for senators, representatives, resident commissioner, and delegates in 2012, 2014, and 2016 And more Related products: Government Forms and Directories resources collection can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/government-forms-phone-directories

Peterson s Guide to Graduate and Professional Programs an Overview

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A Guide to Graduate Programs in Counseling

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Written for undergraduate students and other prospective counselors, A Guide to Graduate Programs in Counseling is the first of its kind to create a comprehensive, reliable means of learning about the profession, graduate programs, and what to consider in selecting entry level graduate preparation. The text serves a dual purpose of (1) educating potential students about the counseling profession and programs, and (2) providing insight into personal and practical considerations for applying to a graduate counseling program. Specifically, the Guide offers vital information relative to accreditation and its importance in the counseling profession with regards to obtaining licensure, certification, and even employment opportunities after graduating. Furthermore, as a CACREP publication, this book is the official source of information about accredited counseling programs and includes information about what accredited programs seek in candidates, what counselor preparation programs can offer students in professional development and job placement, and guidance on personal decisions about entering the counseling profession. Authored by counseling experts and featuring insights from voices in the field, A Guide to Graduate Programs in Counseling is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in becoming a professional counselor. This text is an official publication of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), the counseling profession's recognized accreditation body. The book fulfills a need for individuals considering a career in the counseling profession. Counselors comprise 37% of all helping professions, the largest of all professions that include social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, and marriage and family therapists (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 2014). The counseling profession is projected to grow 29% between 2012-2022, faster than the average for all occupations according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Professionalizing Leadership

Author : Anders Örtenblad
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This book presents a lively debate surrounding the professionalization of leadership. With contributions from both sides of the argument, it considers the historical overview of leadership and management as a profession, questions what constitutes a profession, and critically addresses the practicality of professionalizing leadership. With a range of perspectives including political philosophy, behavioral professionalism and management history, the book intends to facilitate further discussion on the issues at stake. With a number of education programs beginning to focus on the art and practice of leading people, this debate is particularly timely.

Peterson s Guide to Graduate and Professional Programs an Overview

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The Condition of Education

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Power Legal Education and Law School Cultures

Author : Meera E. Deo
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There is a myth that lingers around legal education in many democracies. That myth would have us believe that law students are admitted and then succeed based on raw merit, and that law schools are neutral settings in which professors (also selected and promoted based on merit) use their expertise to train those students to become lawyers. Based on original, empirical research, this book investigates this myth from myriad perspectives, diverse settings, and in different nations, revealing that hierarchies of power and cultural norms shape and maintain inequities in legal education. Embedded within law school cultures are assumptions that also stymie efforts at reform. The book examines hidden pedagogical messages, showing how presumptions about theory’s relation to practice are refracted through the obfuscating lens of curricula. The contributors also tackle questions of class and market as they affect law training. Finally, this collection examines how structural barriers replicate injustice even within institutions representing themselves as democratic and open, revealing common dynamics across cultural and institutional forms. The chapters speak to similar issues and to one another about the influence of context, images of law and lawyers, the political economy of legal education, and the agency of students and faculty.

2017 CFR Annual Print Title 7 Agriculture Parts 2000 End

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Fostering Effective Student Communication in Online Graduate Courses

Author : Scheg, Abigail G.
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Keeping students engaged and receptive to learning can, at times, be a challenge. However, by implementing new pedagogical methods and tools, instructors can strengthen the drive to learn among their students. Fostering Effective Student Communication in Online Graduate Courses is a pivotal reference source for the latest research findings on the novel techniques and strategies for nurturing communication between students and faculty in virtual learning environments. Featuring extensive coverage on relevant areas such as collaborative work, academic advising, and student retention, this publication is an ideal resource for educators across all disciplines and levels, as well as educational administrators.

Peterson s Graduate and Professional Programs

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A basic listing of all accredited graduate programs at universitites in the U.S and Canada. A basic listing of all accredited graduate programs at universitites in the U.S and Canada.

Peterson s Graduate and Professional Programs

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The six volumes of Peterson's Annual Guides to Graduate Study, the only annually updated reference work of its kind, provide wide-ranging information on the graduate and professional programs offered by accredited colleges and universities in the United States and U.S. territories and those in Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Africa that are accredited by U.S. accrediting bodies. Books 2 through 6 are divided into sections that contain one or more directories devoted to individual programs in a particular field. Book 1 includes institutional profiles indicating the degrees offered, enrollment figures, admission and degree requirements, tuition, financial aid, housing, faculty, research projects and facilities, and contacts at more than 2,000 institutions.

Directory of Financial Aids for Women 1987 1988

Author : Gail A. Schlachter
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Barron s Guide to Graduate Business Schools

Author : Eugene Miller
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Updated for the coming academic year, this manual presents profiles of nearly 640 graduate business schools across the United States, plus leading business schools in Canada. Details are provided on admission requirements, academic programs, fields of specialization, tuition and fees, career placement services, and other specifics that applicants to business schools need to know. Additional features include advice on choosing the school that best fits the business student's circumstances and career goals. The book also includes useful information about taking the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) and a sample GMAT exam with explained answers.

Graduate Study in Psychology

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Scholarships Fellowships and Loans

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Directory of Research Grants 2003

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More than 5,100 current programs from 1,880 sponsors, including U.S. and foreign foundations, corporations, government agencies, and other organizations.

Directory of Graduate Programs

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Graduate Programs in Arts and Architecture

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Annual Register of Grant Support

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College in Prison

Author : Daniel Karpowitz
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Over the years, American colleges and universities have made various efforts to provide prisoners with access to education. However, few of these outreach programs presume that incarcerated men and women can rise to the challenge of a truly rigorous college curriculum. The Bard Prison Initiative is different. College in Prison chronicles how, since 2001, Bard College has provided hundreds of incarcerated men and women across the country access to a high-quality liberal arts education. Earning degrees in subjects ranging from Mandarin to advanced mathematics, graduates have, upon release, gone on to rewarding careers and elite graduate and professional programs. Yet this is more than just a story of exceptional individuals triumphing against the odds. It is a study in how the liberal arts can alter the landscape of some of our most important public institutions giving people from all walks of life a chance to enrich their minds and expand their opportunities. Drawing on fifteen years of experience as a director of and teacher within the Bard Prison Initiative, Daniel Karpowitz tells the story of BPI’s development from a small pilot project to a nationwide network. At the same time, he recounts dramatic scenes from in and around college-in-prison classrooms pinpointing the contested meanings that emerge in moments of highly-charged reading, writing, and public speaking. Through examining the transformative encounter between two characteristically American institutions—the undergraduate college and the modern penitentiary—College in Prison makes a powerful case for why liberal arts education is still vital to the future of democracy in the United States.