Transcript: the use of hydrogen in power vehicles produces hydrogen can be created artificially from a variety of locally produced sources. It can be produced from methane, coal, water, gasoline, and biomass Doesn't release carbon dioxide Environment Friendly Fuel Efficient Renewable Readily Available collaborators such as TCF & HFCC Cleveland State University (CSU) Monte Ahuja College of Business (formerly Nance College of Business) Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Expensive Storage (hard to move around) Not easy to replace existing infrastructure Highly flammable Dependency on fossil fuels Resource http://www.school-for-champions.com/chemistry/hydrogen_uses.htm http://www.airproducts.com/products/Gases/Hydrogen.aspx Is it being implemented in other areas of the U.S How it works ? Hydrogen Cons How is it implement in Ohio ?? Pro's
Transcript: Keynote Speaker @cle_state Master of Ceremonies September 27, 2017 @csuCOBundergrad Dr. Zhang Linwan Lecturer CUEB Dr. Spenser Robinson Director of Real Estate, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship Central Michigan University Mr. Emerick Corsi Partner Fairmount Properties Dr. Michael Seiler K. Dane Brooksher Endowed Chair Professor of Real Estate and Finance, The College of William and Mary Thank you to our sponsors! #CleStateRealEstate Mr. Krister Salinas Afternoon Session Presenters Join us after the program for a networking reception! Make sure to use the following hashtag and tweet at the following handles! Dr. Haigang Zhou Finance Department Chair Monte Ahuja College of Business CSU Ms. Linda Kane Interim Director Paul J. Everson Center for Real Estate Mr. Jud Klein President CIVITAD Services, LLC Dr. Siqi Zheng Associate Professor MIT Dr. Li Xue Lecturer CUEB Paul J. Everson Center for Real Estate Annual Conference Mr. Vincent Zame Keynote Speaker Mr. Eric Louttit Chief Investment Officer Fairmount Properties Dr. Brad Case Senior Vice President, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts Mr. Todd Canter Global Portfolio Strategist, National Australia Bank Mr. Andrew Coleman Executive Vice President JLL @csu_vikings Morning Academic Session Presenters Dr. Sanjay Putrevu Dean Monte Ahuja College of Business Bronze Sponsors Dr. Yin Zhichao Dean Capital University of Economics and Business Beijing, China Mr. Brian Roddy @csu_biz Silver Sponsors: Scholarship Recipients Welcome to Cleveland State University Ms. Sarah Matos Research Coordinator CBRE Dr. Robert Simons Professor Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs Mr. Dymtro Syroyizhka
Transcript: Forest Green & White WHY I WANT TO GO TO CSU GPA requirement depends on what major your wanting to go into. Financial Aid & Loans are available I am undecided about college. CSU is downtown, which is close to home. Colleges out of state are more expensive. ATHLETICS The most interesting parts of the CSU building are 6,000-square-foot ballroom, CSU bookstore Food court, convenience store, pub, coffee shop Computer lounge; two indoor fireplaces & multiple patios FACTS/STATISTICS Ronald M. Berkman was selected by the Board of Trustees as President of CSU in 2009 from Florida. PROGRAMS PRESIDENT I can't really say this is the "best" school because i haven't researched a lot of colleges but i do think it is a good school. There are a lot of classes & extras at CSU & there is a lot of diversity. Historical roots go back to the 19th century In 1946, 2 schools merged and it became Cleveland State University Used to be known as "Fenn College" WHY THIS IS THE BEST SCHOOL STUDENT LIFE Cleveland State University MASCOT & TEAM CSU's mascots' name is MAGNUS. MAGNUS is a viking. CSU's teams are the "Vikings" Arts Science related programs Engineering programs, Business Languages Math Psychology & MORE. HISTORY COLORS MEN-basketball, fencing, golf, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, & wrestling WOMEN-basketball, cross-country, fencing, golf, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, volleyball, & cheer leading Student-Faculty Ratio is 15:1 Fewer than 20 students: 41%, 20 to 49 students: 51% 50 or more students: 8% Most popular majors are: Business Administration & Management, Curriculum Instruction, Law & Psychology REQUIREMENTS
Transcript: Texas Population 25,883,999 Density 34.8 people/km2 State Capital Number to Enter Union 28th State to enter Union. Texas's Nickname The Lone Star State Texas's State Facts State Bird: Mockingbird State Animal: Nine-banded Armadillo State Insect: Monarch Butterfly State Reptile: Texas Horned Lizard State Dog: Blue Lacy State Attractions Alamo (San Antonio) River Walk (San Antonio) Johnson Space Center (Houston) Schlitterbann (News Braunfels) Sea World (San Antonio) Big Bend National Park (Terlingua) Alley Theatre (Houston) Six Flags (Arlington) Texas Industries Texas Industries Inc. Oil STI Group Welding NASA Johnson Space Center Space information Square Miles Austin 268,820 square miles "Texas, our, Texas" State Capital State Song
Transcript: College Expense deadline: august 16 3.0average sat: math and reading 400-499 act 18-23 Location: 21.0 miles about 25 minutes away campus size is about 85 acres students: 12,038 enrolled 46% male 54% female tuition: 10,000 room and borad 11,870 application fees 30$ Cleveland State Academics womens soccer intermurals CAB 17 varsity sports Activities Size and Location Conclusion civil engineering 19:1 30-39 per class type: public university 4year urban cleveland no religious affliation Environment Admission Requirements
Transcript: www.worldatlas.com State Song In 1965, the famous March for Justice led by Dr. Martin L. King State Flag Facts About state capital yellowhammer awesomeamerica.com State Capital Cotton State Montgomery is the second most populous city of Alabama Montgomery History Sources By: Zahid Muwwakkil (1817) Alabama Territory created www.10-facts-about.com State bird camellia “Alabama” State Flower State Nickname Boll Weevil, insect destroyer of cotton, enters state from Mississippi border. red and white State Powerpoint
Transcript: Student life is very important when choosing a college. Ultimately, you want to be happy where you are. You don't want to be miserable on top of having to do a ton of college work! Music Performance is practicing your skills on stage, singing songs, in front of people! I've been singing since I was five years old, been in several choirs, and I still need to practice stage presence. Financial Aid Music Therapy Music Therapy is used mostly with children who have suffered severe trauma, or are currently going through something traumatic or life-changing, such as cancer. Cleveland State University Conclusion Cleveland State University is an urban university located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It was established in 1964. In that first year, the University acquired the buildings, faculty, staff and programs of Fenn College, a private institution of 2,500 students, and the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law merged with CSU in 1969. This is why I believe that CSU is the college for me. Green and white are Cleveland State's colors. Cleveland State's mascot is the viking. There are 13 different scholarships that CSU gives to incoming freshmen. Some of them include, but are not limited to, Athletic Scholarships Voyager Scholarship The Richard Eaton Scholarship Freshman Scholars award, etc. I am attending CSU for a Dual Major of Music Performance and Music Therapy. I have been involved with music since 5 at the least. I just recently became interested in Music Therapy because of my little cousin who, at the age of 5, got cancer. Her favorite thing to do while she was stuck in the hospital was to go and visit her music therapist. Why CSU? Cleveland State University The biggest reason I chose CSU was because of their price. But its more than that. I get to take Baldwin Wallace music classes but pay CSU's lower cost. Other reasons include being close to home. History 2.3 GPA 16 on the ACT 770 on the SAT 4 years/units of English 3 years/units of Math 3 years/units of Natural Sciences 3 years/units of Social Sciences Financial aid is money that can be used to help bridge the gap between your own resources and the amount of money needed to pay the cost of attending college. Approximately 70 percent of CSU's students receive some form of financial assistance. The University participates in or administers all of the major federal and state grant and loan programs. In addition, CSU provides University grants and scholarships. Minimums Scholarships Colors and Mascot Student Life Music Performance
Transcript: Costs (per year) $9,264 - Tuition $11,662 - Room and Board $800 - Books Athletics Academics & Majors Cleveland State offers Bachelor's through Doctoral's degrees. 47% Approval Rate 91% of students receive financial aid! CSU has an 18:1 Student to faculty ratio! School Mascot - Vikings $30 Application Free 17,386 Total Students 10,307 Full Time 7,079 Part Time School Colors - Forest Green and White Student Body Feb. 15 - Financial Aid Application Deadline May 15 - Fall Application Deadline Uses Semesters Cleveland State University Intramurals Badminton Field Hockey Flag Football Martial Arts Rowing Squash Table Tennis Misc. Varsity Sports Baseball Basketball Soccer Swimming Tennis Volleyball Westling Golf Fencing Softball Majors Business Administration Computer Engineering Psychology Computer and Information Science
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