To Admissions Committee: It is with great pleasure that I enthusiastically submit this letter of recommendation for Jasmine M. McLean, in support of her application for admission to your advance standing MSW program.In her junior placement a... ... middle of paper ... ...ks within a team of 10 to create, modify and evaluate programs that serve the goal of strengthening and building community bonds within the dorm.She has demonstrated her ability to be an active collaborative and productive member of our student and department community.While at the University of St Joseph, students do two internships.Please feel free to contact me if I can be of assistance.
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She is an Assistant Professor at UTEP as has been at the University since 2004, wherein the change began for the Social Program.University of Texas at El Paso BSW Program .This could be due to the nature of the University and its proximity to the U.S-Mexico border and Matamoros, Mexico being only a stone’s throw away.Due to its proximity to El Paso, New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico was chosen for its comparable Social Work program.Faith Lucas, Assistant Professor, Department of Social, College of Health Sciences, UTEP, the programs she recommended to compare UTEP to were, New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico, UT Austin in Austin, Texas and the University of Texas of Pan-American, in Brownsville, Te...
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Urban Development Sector Unit, East Asia and Pacific Region, the World Bank, Washington, DC .The MSW is compressed to a layer of 2-5m and a covering is provided.The composition of MSW of an urban population depends on various factors like place location, climate, commercial activities, population, cultural activities, economic status if the residence and urban structure .Before we do anything we need to know the composition of the MSW so we can determine the best suited operations and equipment for the facilities that dispose of the MSW.Only by doing this the Delhi municipal authorities can keep the MSW in control.We can let the private sectors help in the disposal of MSW.
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With the rapid increase in population and fast urbanisation of Delhi the current policies and regulations want be sufficient for controlling the rapid increase in the MSW.Due to this the health and safety as well as the environmental risks are increasing .The municipal authorities of Delhi cannot keep up with the MSW that is being produced now but according to a prediction the MSW by 2026 is going to increase 4 folds if this happens the municipal authorities will be facing a lot of problem.But this rule was changed in 2000 which stated that the collection of MSW would be from house to house because of this rule the municipality cooperation faced a lot of problem due to the rise in population as well as residential houses so doth the syst...
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Throughout my undergraduate time, I engaged myself in the University and Pittsburgh 's community.I am aspiring to immerse myself in courses that will challenge me academically and a field practicum that will provide a realistic perspective of what an MSW career could contribute to our society.I am applying to Pitt 's MSW program to strive for a curriculum that provides students with specialized understanding and expertise needed to engage in Direct Practice with Individuals, Families, and Small groups and to obtain an Integrated Healthcare Certificate and Gerontology Certificate.Additionally, I am applying to Pitt 's MSW program because of the roots I have developed in the Pittsburgh area.From my interactions with current MSW 's students...
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However despite efforts of the government to provide easy access to care especially to the poor, still there are vast majority who are uninsured hence faced with unaffordable medical bills during admissions, more out of pocket expenditures and with these thoughts in mind would later forego care because of costs and may defeat the purpose of the government of providing financial risk protection for all especially the poor.Detailed Hospital Bill (attach if possible) .. 1 .Age: ______Sex: __Male __Female .MSW Classification: __C3__D .MSW classification .
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The university’s admissions process for its MD program is characterized by multiple factors, including certain undergraduate requirements, a defined minimum score on the MCAT and GPA, a lengthy application, and an interview.The University of Washington School of Medicine, located in Seattle, Washington, was founded in 1946 and is today affiliated with UW Medical Center.Students can obtain a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry, chemistry, neurobiology, bioengineering, laboratory medicine, and MEDEX, which is for students considering a career as a physician’s assistant.Undergraduate students also have a chance to succeed at UW School of Medicine.The University of Washington School of Medicine is a prime and remarkable institute in which an i...
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Social workers need a variety of skills at their disposal any given time (Kirst-Ashman, & Hull, 2015).Discussed and detailed in this paper is a discussion on the interview and visit with Tiernan Seaver, MSW at the CASA FAMILIAR a nonprofit agency.Discussed in this paper is the interview conducted with Tiernan Seaver, MSW, Program Coordinator at the CASA FAMILIAR, nonprofit community development agency, located in San Ysidro, California.Also covered are the activities and projects she is working on.We delved into length about various programs offered at CASA FAMILIAR, Tiernan’s journey to social work, her work background, and professional roles.
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The American Association of University Professors.On the other hand, Booker T. Washington believed that blacks needed to be declared completely equal to whites in every way.Affirmative Action.One way that minorities have tried to achieve equality in education is through lobbying for help in college admissions for their respective groups.Chilling Admissions: The Affirmative Action Crisis .
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The heated subject has again come to the forefront due to the recent bans imposed on affirmative action by California and Washington.However, something must be done to end the discrimination that is occurring in college admissions.However, the question that is posed to many college and university leaders is: Does a culturally diverse student body improve the learning environment more than the best possible students would?Race is a major factor when it comes to the college admissions process."Applicant's Challenge Emerges as Pivotal Affirmative Action Case."
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By 1978 the first controversy in college admissions arose in the Bakke v. Regents of the University of California case.Court’s upholding of Admissions Preference Glosses over Need for Better .Early Schooling.” The Los Angeles Times.“Affirmative Ambiguity.” The Washington Post.Samuelson, Robert.
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This included working with drug addicts, bi-lingual families, the elderly, those in poverty, single par... .First, my full-time missionary service for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Florida Tampa Mission from December 2011-July 2013.Because I am single, without children and do not have any current professional obligations I will be able to give all my time and attention to all aspects of this program.With an MSW from Loyola I will be able to apply Social Work Best Practices as I work with the diverse populations in the Chicago area and become a hospital social worker.To fund this MSW I will utilize Student Loans, apply for work study opportunities, and supplement costs with part-time minimal employment.
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They cited from various authors the effect of heavy metals on plants such as copper and zinc content in corn above ground tissues (Paino et al., 1996), cadmium, chromium, lead and nickel accumulation in MSW compost treated vine (Pinamonti et al., 1999) among others.Source: Washington State University, Compost fundamentals, 2010 .In MSW, there is variation of the C: N ratio according to the constituents of the waste, this is even the case for Mauritius whereby under different studies different composition of MSW which did not differ much since almost 50 % of the wastes was organic in nature but the fraction of kitchen waste and yard waste were different such as according to Mohee (2002) the amount of garden waste was 43% and kitchen waste...
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In order to know how to act accordingly as a MSW a social worker can consult the NASW Code of Ethics and or their agency’s code of ethics.A MSW practitioner must not just know them, he or she must be able to apply them to his or her practice.MSW students can provide supervision in their work place by encouraging younger social workers to continue with their jobs and to continue on with their degree.MSW practitioners can provide leadership by thinking outside of the box and giving suggestions to their agency about working with abused and neglected children or notifying their agency of new research regarding abuse and or neglect.MSW practitioners need to be able to analyze policy and procedure and seek out how to change them at the local, ...
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As a result of the ruling, the State of Texas implemented a ban on the consideration of race in college admissions.In 1998, State of Washington also implemented a ban on all forms of affirmative action.Affirmative action in college admissions remains a necessity.Though an attempt was made to have the Supreme Court review the case, the Supreme Court did not take it on because the policies being disputed at the university had already been changed (Kauffman)....consideration of race in the college admissions process.
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Ward Connerly, a University of California Board of Regents member and opponent to race-based admissions, states that this type of policy perpetuates racial inequality (Connerly B6).In fact, at universities who have done away with race-based admissions, such as the University of Texas at Austin, the number of minorities enrolled decreased.The first case to challenge race-based admissions was the 1978 Regents of the University of California v. Bakke (Bowen and Bok p. 10).From the 1978 Regents of the University of California v. Bakke case to today’s Hopwood case, the challenge of race-based admissions has been played out in the court system and continues to be a controversial issue.Ann Arbor: University of Michigan .
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... response in real time is a disadvantage of asynchronous communication.Generally, college professors teaching online courses do have available hours for Q&A, extra credit work, and direct or third party referred tutoring, if needed.Once I made the decision to continue my education, I searched for MSW programs that were available online as well; since Rutgers is close to my residence and offers an excellent online master’s degree program, it is well suited for my educational needs.With access to the internet, any question can be answered with the right search words; the downside would be the personal wisdom of the professor does not get passed along with the information.Less socializing and solitude enables me to focus more on my s...
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Therefore, the idea is to ensure that the quantity of MSW in all subregions is as close as possible (Lin & Kao, 2008).Differences in RDI should be compensated by applying different price structures.Those who oppose the idea of privatizing MSW management have come up with all sorts of explanations to depict the idea as being counterproductive.However, most of these opposing arguments have overlooked the numerous benefits that would come with privatizing MSW management.The debate has been whether by privatizing municipal solid waste (MSW) management, cost reduction and improved service quality can be achieved.
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/FSFETCH?fetchtype=fullrecord:sessionid=sp01sw03-34072-dkqz4jkz-oncflc .Massey, Douglas S. gThe Race Case.h American Prospect v. 14 no3 (Mar.This in itself is the problem that black conservatives see in implementing raced based uniform admissions policies.William Julius Wilson, a Professor of Sociology and Public Policy at the University of Chicago feels that any economic empowerment program for black youths should follow race neutral policies that draw the support of everyone, not just minorities.Shelby Steel, a Stanford University Professor and black conservative thinks that the federal government should focus on fixing old public school systems instead of giving minorities a leg up later in life when it is often too late to undo t...
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The Washington Post, 18 June 1998.Likewise, Cameron Howell and Sarah E. Turner (2004) document a similar advantage at the University of Virginia, where only 32 percent of regular applicants were admitted compared with 57 percent of alumni children.One example is Dexter Manley, former professional football player for the Washington Redskins.It is giving an advantage to students who are probably are not in great need of it if their parents attended a prestigious university Supporters of legacy admissions claim that donations from alumni contribute to building renovations and technological upgrades, as well as supporting financial aid programs for many financially disadvantaged students.Texas A&M and the University of Georgia are among ...
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Composition and Sources of MSW Reports from Corporation of Chennai show that organic wastes (food wastes, green wastes, timber) are of greater quantity among the MSW composition than other wastes (Table 4a).Studies made reveal that the two main aspects that contribute to MSW collection efficiency are manpower and transportation facilities (Sharholy et.Earlier CES Onxy, a private MSW collection and disposal industry, handled disposal of solid wastes in three zones (zone VI, zone VIII, and zone X) in Chennai, where they cleared approximately 1000 tons/day of MSW between year 2000 and 2007 (COC, 2004).Whereas in the secondary collection process each MSW collection worker is assigned with work schedules and work areas (COC, 2004) who transfe...
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To preserve its status as a place of beauty, the city government and its people should then act fast to solve the problems caused by the mounting volume of MSW continuously generated therein.Degradable MSW includes paper, textiles, food wastes, straw and yard wastes; partially degradable waste includes wood and sludge, and non-degradable wastes include leather, plastics, rubber, metal, glass, dust and electronic waste.The average volume of its generated MSW has increased from 600 tons/day to 3500 tons/day (Esaku, 2007).My study focuses on determining whether the allotment of additional manpower and vehicles for MSW collection would improve the efficiency of the garbage collection and disposal system of Chennai.The Corporation of Chennai ...
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CCSF Home Page.Cleveland State University."Cleveland State University."The schools I have chosen are City College of San Francisco, Cleveland University, and University of Washington Seattle.Then, to study the career, physician assistance I have chosen Washington State University Seattle.
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I attended Thomas Edison State University online and earned my bachelor’s degree with a GPA of 3.9.My ambition, self-discipline and computer skills have made it easy to adapt to distance learning.Once I made the decision to continue my education, I searched for MSW programs that were available online with CSWE accreditation in compliance with New Jersey State social work licensure.My passionate interest in stress and anger management have steered my career goals towards counseling and therapeutic practice.I sincerely believe I am on the correct path and that I will achieve much success in this endeavor.
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The Michigan Bar Journal .Considering applicants from the viewpoint of their race, University of Michigan treats them unfairly.It is these students who are the first to lose their chances because they are the first to be discarded when kids from affluent neighbourhoods, with their financial opportunities and better school education behind, can win their way into the university of their choice much more easily.Only in this case can the University of Michigan hope to select the best and the brightest and create a balanced, cooperative student body on its campus.University of Michigan’s admission policies have aroused a great deal of controversy.
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“Affirmative Ambiguity.” The Washington Post.Paul Gaston, a university professor who has taught for more than 40 years, witnessed the changes on campus and claimed that “befo... ... middle of paper ... ... affirmative action likes a wheelchair for the un-needing.Thernstrom, Abigail.But it was not until 1978, the first controversy in college admissions arose, through Regents of the University of California v. Bakke case.Kennedy, John F. "Executive Order 10925," March 6, 1961.
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I experienced success in the class despite the demands of the program and other responsibilities I had as well.I plan on scheduling more appointments during the day thereby having more time to do my school work in the evening at home.My desire therefore to pursue a Masters of Social Work degree (MSW) has been inspired by over three years of continuous work with families, children, youths and adults who require support to cope and combat oppressive structures and social injustices.Living with my parents, and not having anyone depending on me, will also give me more opportunity to focus on my school work....weekends, I will spend at least 10 hours on class work.
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The researchers defined Municipal Solid Waste Management as “the generation, separation, collection, transfer, transportation and disposal of waste in a way that takes into account different parameters, such as public health, economics, environment, conservation, and aesthetics and is responsive to public demands.” They reported that yearly amount of MSW collected in Western Europe was 210 million tons/year.In this case he explained that due to increasing MSW, costs of landfills are increasing day by day.However MSW could still supply a significant electricity demand of Dhaka.They explained that residual components of MSW are incinerated producing electricity at an efficiency of 20% and thermal products at an efficiency of 55%.He compare...
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In Kuala Lumpur, 80-90% of the generated MSW is collected; however over 60% of the rural population in Malaysia does not have any waste collection service and this has lead to many illegal small dumping sites .MSW management involves waste collection, transportation, disposal and monitoring of the disposed waste to protect the environment.MSW incineration in Malaysia is until now only realized as small-scale incinerators on islands, namely Langkawi, Pankor, Tioman and Labuan.The daily MSW quantity was 17,000 tonnes per day in 2002 and by year 2020, the quantity of MSW generated is estimated to increase to over 30,000 tonnes per day [14, 23, 26, 32, 36, 38-39].However, the main part of Malaysia MSW is organic waste; according to data f...
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The first category comprises MSW while the second category consists of organics.51-percent (25,544 tonnes) of all MSW disposed at Rye originates from Kerbside services for collecting MSW.This figure amounts to about 0.68 billion tonnes of MSW annually.80-percent of these emissions are accounted for by MSW.54-percent (81,274 tonnes) of all the wastes received by the municipality predominantly comprises the MSW (Mornington Peninsula Shire 2009).
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