Transcript: Go on Exchange present your country abroad Work with different mentalities Diversity Explore different cultures Be a Member Develop your skills Have an impact Enrich your knowledge AIESEC Be a Leader Lead your team Achieve your vision Coach others Be a mentor EXPERIENCE YOUR AIESEC JOURNEY Gives you a great experience
Transcript: Theatre Memphis,establish in 1920 , is a local theatre company that provides live entertainment for the entire community to enjoy. (Major Competirors - Playhouse,Orpheum, New Moon) "To provide outstanding theatrical experiences to enrich the lives of our audiences, participants and community." THE END My Advisors/Mentors The Next Stage -I felt very welcomed at Theatre Memphis , the ladies I worked with were very nice and made me feel like i was a part of their family. They were like mentors and sisters at the same time, they all had a good history with theatre and were not afraid to tell me the do's and dont's. I loved them, and they loved me back! Time To Put In Work Presented By Ayra Burney-Moorehead The Lohrey Stage Education background needed for careers in this field - Bachelor of Arts, Theatre Tech , Etc Careers in this field- Performer , technician , Casting director , designer , playwright , director , producery My Experience at Theatre Memphis What Is Theatre Memphis? The Mission What it Takes to be a Working Thespian Where the Magic Happens (Left To Right) Ms.Aliza, Ms.Mandy, Mrs.Emily, Ms.Lena, Ms.Leslie, Ms.Ellen
Transcript: Taskivate Actually Mr./Ms. Soandso... (make Sheryl Sandberg proud) Write in legal jargon Use a hand-held microphone Not use boxes "hey! I can do that!" SMALL TALK
Transcript: DPIM mutations' background the lab's mutational strategy data from literature alpha fold predictions What is Y2H? Yeast two-hybrid screening system is a molecular biology technique used to discover and analyze protein-protein interactions and protein-DNA interactions by testing for physical interactions (ex.: binding) between two proteins or between a protein and a DNA molecule, respectively. The mutations (Pol32 permutations for Y2H assays X Pol1) we are interested in are as following: Pol32:AlphaFold predictions: predicted aligned error plot DPIM area: DED GY: confidence level of the residues according to AlphaFold: D -> A CONFIDENT E -> A CONFIDENT D -> A VERY HIGH G -> A CONFIDENT Y -> A CONFIDENT
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Transcript: WELCOME to my TIME LINE :) Start name: EUREKA LlACUNA PADRIGO course: B.S PHARMACY school: NATIONAL UNIVERSITY School of the great, just for the great like me :).... It's more FUN in NATIONAL UNIVERSITY... woW! but that shouldn't be there!? my mistake...let's REWIND it... Student PHARMACIST LIFE... that's the LIfe of us, student pharmacist. exposed to all kinds of toxic and non-toxic, hazardous, poisonous, bilogical, extreme temperature, sharp objects, radiation, and corrosive chemicals!!! what!? isn't that a topic on Pharmaceutical Technology? hmmmm... i wonder i still remember those :) FAST FORWARD.... Pharmalympics member of GREEN TEAM!! wew! my SEXY COACH!! :) my loser TEAM FUN...fUN..fuN..fun:) FINISHED a HAPPY EUREKA! THANK YOU and may GOD Bless us and me...:)
Transcript: You need billions of atoms to get useful heat. A neutron strikes a nucleus and makes it split. As it splits, it shoots out more neutrons and some gamma radiation. These neutrons hit more nuclei, and so on. This is called fission. Power From Atoms Everything is made from about 100 elements, which are all made up of atoms, even you and me. Atoms are much too small to see with an ordinary microscope. They contain protons, neutrons and a nucleus. Some atoms are unstable and give out tiny particles and gamma waves when they decay, called nuclear radiation. These atoms are radioactive. Nuclear Power 1789, Uranium discovered by Martin Klaproth December 1938, Otto Hahn discovered nuclear fission During WWII, scientists in America, Britain and Russia developed weapons using nuclear fission December 1951, the first nuclear reactor produced electricity in Idaho, USA - designed by Argonne National Laboratory Eureka (Nuclear Power) What Is An Atom? Cost a lot to build because of the safety requirements. Highly dangerous There may be unknown risks Uranium sources are just as finite as other fuel sources, such as coal, natural gas, etc Uranium is also expensive to mine, refine and transport Waste lasts 200 – 500 thousand years Inside the Reactor Less carbon dioxide (and other greenhouse gases) released into the atmosphere than coal-power. Low operating costs Generates lots more energy more quickly than other technologies such as solar power. Development Pros Uranium dioxide fuel pellets are sealed inside cans which are stacked in sleeves which are sealed inside cases. 8 cases make up each fuel rod. The fuel rods are placed in the reactor core (concrete), with graphite control rods which, when lowered, slow down the reaction by getting in the way of the neutrons. Cons
Transcript: Organizational Culture Briefing TSgt Tiara Appleberry > BACKGROUND 1B4X1 Cyber Warfare Operator Mission Background Satisfactory Positive and Negative aspects Condition of the Organizational Culture > CONDITION OF ORGANIZATION Positives > Positives Pride Communication Relaxed Negatives Affinity Bias and Favoritism Lack of Trust Group Detachment > Negatives > IMPACT OF CULTURE ON MEMBERS Detrimental to the thoughts and behaviors of members Impact of Organizational Culture on Members > Lack of Trust Lack of Trust Commitment level/Trust level Lowers value for people and processes Work performance suffers Replicated Behavior > Replicated Behavior Monkey see, monkey do More likely to treat subordinates the same way they were treated Necessary Actions > NECESSARY ACTIONS > Evaluate Processes Evaluate Processes Look at how members are being chosen Make sure you're being fair > Create a "Speak Up" Culture Create a "Speak Up" Culture Leaders establishing trust Open door policies Emotional connections/Trust Surveys Anonymity Suggestion boxes > Employee Surveys Keep Mission/Vision Statement Visible Keep actions and behaviors aligned with values > Make Mission/Vision Statement Visible > CONCLUSION Conclusion Condition of the organizational culture Impacts of the organizational condition on members Necessary actions to take to strengthen the current condition
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