Transcript: 2. Income ranges from about $36,683.30 to $106,188.50 a year. Beginner game designers usually make a very low salary. This can change over time as they get higher in the ranks all the way up to intermediate designers, who can be payed $106,188.50, which is really good from some people. 1. Game designers can have days that need people to be so focused into their work and other times they will have days when they don't have much to do at all. Somedays can be very long and tiring and others could be short and rewarding. A day in the life of a... Games Designer, http://econsultancy.com/blog/62939-a-day-in-the-life-of-a-games-designer, Lake C. (2013) http://creativepool.com/articles/jobdescriptions/games-designer-job-description, Games Designer (2013) Wesley May Speech PowerPoint Presentation 1. The regular working hours are from 35 hours a week or more. 2. While working at the game corporations, they allow designers to have groups of people together to help combine the game ideas and information into one. 3. Somedays can very long and tiring and others could be very short and rewarding. 1. You are able to use your imagination and skills to make games fun, educational, and exciting. Game
Transcript: De’Jahnna Crockett Block 88 Closed during breaks A lot of dorms or residence halls are closed during holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas etc. so if someone plans on staying at school during those breaks they would need to make sure they choose a dorm that is open during those breaks because you can’t be in the closed halls on break but of course your belongings can. Nearly 7,000 students live on campus Academic ACT: 24 or higher SAT: 1090 or higher Math: four units English: three units Science: three units Foreign Language: two units Fine Arts: one unit Social Studies: three units Location Cost Out of State Greek Recreational Block 25 Organizations Men's Sports Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Swimming & Diving Track & Field Wrestling Academic Block 113:First four–week session: $379.50 57 meals for four weeks June 1 – June 29 Second four–week session: $379.50 57 meals for four weeks July 2 – July 27 Eight–week session: $759.00 113 meals for eight weeks June 1 – July 27 Pre-Med Because I have always wanted to help people so to me to be apart of the oncology department of medicine is perfect for me because I really want to be apart of finding a legit cure for cancer. Pre-Law Because I took an interest in law since the sixth grade and I found that I like the whole idea of being a defense attorney, just all of it is interesting to me. Residential Life TLCs Open during breaks Block 138:First four–week session: $432.00 69 meals for four weeks June 1 – June 29 Second four–week session: $432.00 69 meals for four weeks July 2 – July 27 Eight–week session:$864.00 138 meals for eight weeks June 1 – July 27 Womens Sports Basketball Cross Country Golf Gymnastics Soccer Softball Swimming & Diving Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Departmental E.Z. charge: Breakfast $6.50 Lunch or dinner $8.50 Pre paid it is recommended to add $400 per week (allow you to make deposits in advance) Using pay as you go you add $100 per week In State: Tuition: $8928 Room/Board: $9046 Books/Supplies: $1086 Personal expenses/Transportation: $3156 Total: $22216 Block Plans University of Missouri located in Columbia Missouri School Population: Over 30,000 students Class Size: 20:1 Roller Hockey Rugby - Men's Rugby - Women's Running SCUBA Shooting Snowboard/Snow ski Soccer - Men's Soccer - Women's Softball - Women's Strength Swimming Tae Kwon Do (Youn Wha Ryu) Tennis Triathlon Ultimate Frisbee - Men's Ultimate Frisbee - Women's Volleyball - Men's Volleyball - Women's Water Polo Water Ski and Wakeboard Wrestling Other Schools of interest Community style versus suite style: Basically you share a TV room and a bathroom with the students that live on the same floor as you. In suite style you just share the lounge or common areas with just a smaller group of students. Nursing Program Size Location Law Program Athletics The dorms that are open on these breaks allow students to actually be there and do what they need to do without being in trouble for being in the dorms that are closed, so you and your belongings can be in the residence halls School Wide: Merit Scholarships Missouri Higher Education Scholarships Dr. Donald Suggs Scholarships Chancellor’s Scholarship MU annual scholarship GLCs Why Mizzou ? Admission Requirement Scholarships for law students Scholarships for medical school students Veterinary School of medicine scholarships ROTC scholarships WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE MIZZOU? Summer Block Plans Population Living on Campus First four–week session: $192.00 25 meals for four weeks June 1 – June 29 Second four–week session:$192.00 25 meals for four weeks July 2 – July 27 Eight–week session:$192.00 25 meals for eight weeks June 1 – July 27 Collegiate Sports The FIGs Program Scholarships First four–week session: $327.00 44 meals for four weeks June 1 – June 29 Second four–week session: $327.00 44 meals for four weeks July 2 – July 27 Eight–week session: $654.00 88 meals for eight weeks June 1 – July 27 Spelman college Columbia college Ku Tuition: $20870 Room/Board: $9046 Books/Supplies: $1086 Personal expenses/Transportation: $3156 Total: $34158 Meal Plans Archery Baseball Basketball - Men's Basketball - Women's Bass Fishing Bowling Canoe & Kayak Climbing Competitive Dance Crew Cycling Fencing Field Hockey - Women's Freestyle Your Expression (FYE) Dance Team Ice Hockey Jujitsu (Ko Den Kai) Karate (Sho Rei Shobu Kan) Lacrosse - Men's Lacrosse - Women's Main Attraction Dance Team OFFICIAL Dance Team Outer Limits Dance Team Paintball Racquetball Social Aspect Majors Recreational Activities Intramural Mizzou Block 275: 550 meals for the year.($3,300) Mizzou Block 225: 450 meals a year.($2,900) Mizzou Block 125: 350 meals a year.($2,500) Continuation First off its one of the best colleges in Missouri Also because its D1 sports Great medical program
Transcript: 7 Principles The declaration of independence was an article signed be Thomas Jefferson in 1776. The congress had chosen people to write the document to explain why colonies wanted independence. U.S Constitution By Nashayla Thompkins Janieshia Jackson 4th period Articles of Confederation PowerPoint Presentation The Founding Fathers were political leaders who participated in the American Revolution by signing the United States Declaration of Independence, taking part in the American Revolutionary War, and establishing the United States Constitution. It makes sure no system of government has an higher power Federalism Founding Fathers This document failed because it wanted the national government to be as weak as possible. No state really had as much power as it was supposed to. Declaration of Independence This document came about from many peoples ideas and other documents like the articles of confederation. Many of our founding fathers were there to see it get ratified. They form the foundation of the U.S Constitution
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Transcript: Overall, we believe this country will experience many problems especially with the euro-crisis occurring in the region, economic growth is possible with major cuts to entitlements and social programs.
Transcript: PRESENTATION OFFICE PRESENTATION OFFICE PRESENTATION OFFICE HAUTE ROU HAUTE ROU JUNE 1-15, 2017 Notes PowerPoint School In this PowerPoint tutorial video, I will show you how to edit our drag and drop animated template file. This is very easy to do. Prospects Prospects January Start February March City Of The Office PLANNING Program 2 PROGRAM 1 You can't compare this to big chain coffee shops but the taste is ok. Much more on the ready mix coffee taste and sometimes it gets too sweet. Price is much more affordable if you would compare it to Starbucks and the like. PowerPoint POWERPOINT THE CITY OF OFFICE 2020!
Transcript: The Importance of Reading and information literacy Thank You Professor Robinson It was a pleasure having you This Fall semester 2016 And all my Classmates MYSELF DESCRIPTION I learn How to learn Through this chapter, i improve my reading comprehension, by reason that reading comprehension is the gateway to success in school and beyond. If you can read and understand something, you can learn it and use it. In exchange for my risk of effort in commitment. i earn a broad and deep range off knowledge. I realized in that course that the more you read, you know more things. And reading is the base of college success. Myself Description and what makes me Unique When you set a goal, you focus more on what you want to achieve and then create a path to get you there. Goals are important for every single person but i acquire in my CSS class that it's very important for a college student to have a goal so you can succeed easily. Because that's the only way to get to your ends, If you don't have a goal in college so then you don't have your place in college. My name is Awa Niang, I'm 19 years old. I graduated last year from High School and I am in my freshman year at Essex County College. I consider myself as a brilliant student, smart, nice , and friendly. I am also a kind of person that loves interact with people. What makes me unique is that I am a hard worker, and I also believe in myself. If I want something, I will have it no matter how. I will do everything to get to my ends. Why is it important to know what your value? BY Awa Niang MYSELF DESCRIPTION Working trough that chapter help me to assess my learning preferences. Because by knowing that, it will be easier for me to learn and study without no difficulty. I realized that the more i know about myself, the more effectively i can analyze courses, study environments, evaluate partners, and decide what, how and where to study. I know now what type of intelligence i have and what the specific abilities with it. I learn in my College Success Seminar class that we are the only one who can succeed easily if we make some value on what we are doing. The choice to pursue a degree, for example, may reflect only how you value the personal and professional growth that come from a college education. In one word, know what you want out of lie and put some values on it so it can be easier to achieve whatever goals you must have. Values also can affect you life experience by reason that your value often determines the choices you make, your values also shape your life experiences. For example, the fact that you value education may have led you to college. Always have a specific Goal in your life Success is liking yourself, liking what you do and liking how you do it. Three Top things that I acquired in my CSS 101 Class To succeed in college, you should have those three points: Values, Goals, and also Time The Final and third one is Time. I realized that the main point of college success is Time. As a college student, we must know how to manage our time. The first step in time management is to investigate your personal relationship with time. The more you're aware of your own time-related behaviors, the better your weaknesses. In one word, to not procrastinate, we should manage our time. PowerPoint Presentation College success seminar (CSS 101) Professor Robinson Fall 2016 Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better do better.
Transcript: Relevance of Literature Findings to Proposed Topic Connection of Gaps in Literature to Proposed Study Barrera, M., Alam, R., D'agostino, N., Nicholas, D., & Schneiderman, G. (2013). Parental Perceptions of Siblings’ Grieving After a Childhood Cancer Death: A Longitudinal Study. Death Studies, 25-46. Calmes S. Childhood Psychological Trauma and First-Year College Students' Substance Dependence. Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling [serial online]. October 2013; 34(2):70-80. Available from: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, Ipswich, MA. Cigich, K. M. (1998). Long-term effects of childhood parental death on lifetime adjustment (Order No. 1393336). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Full Text. (304490219). Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/304490219? accountid=34899 Colman, I., Garad, Y., Zeng, Y., Naicker, K., Weeks, M., Patten, S., Wild, T. (n.d.). Stress and development of depression and heavy drinking in adulthood: Moderating effects of childhood trauma. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 265-274. Hovens, J., Wiersma, J., Giltay, E., Oppen, P., Spinhoven, P., Penninx, B., & Zitman, F. (2010). Childhood life events and childhood trauma in adult patients with depressive, anxiety and comorbid disorders vs. controls. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 66-74. Murphy, J., Houston, J., Shevlin, M., & Adamson, G. (n.d.). Childhood sexual trauma, cannabis use and psychosis: Statistically controlling for pre-trauma psychosis and psychopathology. <i>Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology,</i> 853-861. Nguyen, L. J. (2006). The impact of childhood trauma on treatment response of depressed adolescents (Order No. 3251863). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Full Text. (305251932). PowerPoint Presentation The lost of a sibling during childhood and the influences it has on becoming a successful young adult. (18-28) Research Topic & Questions RQ1 How does childhood trauma influences young adults ages 18-28. RQ2 What are some positive and negative effects that the lost of a sibling during childhood has on a child as they are growing up? RQ3 Does the loss of a sibling during childhood influences a young adult on there highest educational level? One study mentioned that we need more studies that can show how the death of a sibling during childhood influences them in long terms. A study showed that parents described siblings expression of grieving as a mix emotions of anger and sadness. During grieving children have a difficulty functioning properly in a daily basis One study mentioned that childhood trauma rather than childhood life events appears to be an important risk factor for depressive and anxiety disorders Key Findings from the Literature Background of the Problem My study will cover the gap by finding how the lost of a sibling during childhood can influence the child to become a successful young adult. Gaps in Research Not many research has been done on siblings who lost a brother or sister. We only know about the mental health problems. We need to find how it influences the life of the sibling in a positive way. Resources Spuij, M., Reitz, E., Prinzie, P., Stikkelbroek, Y., Roos, C., & Boelen, P. (n.d.). Distinctiveness of symptoms of prolonged grief, depression, and post-traumatic stress in bereaved children and adolescents. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 673-679. Teplow, D. R. (1995). Sibling loss: The death of a brother or sister in childhood (Order No. 9536355). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Full Text. (304277702). Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/304277702?accountid=34899 Van Winkel R. (2013) Childhood Trauma as a Cause of Psychosis: Linking Genes, Psychology, and Biology. Canadian Journal Of Psychiatry [serial online]. (1):44-51. Available from: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, Ipswich, MA.
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