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Ohio University Lancaster -Kiera

Transcript: Ohio University Lancaster Kiera's College Road Trip 4/20/22 Type Of School I will be attending Ohio University: Lancaster Campus This campus is a public and suburban college Four year college; offers a Bachelor's Degree About My College Size of School Small school with a total of 952 undergrads Has a student to teacher ratio of 19:1 Size Location 1570 Granville Pike, Lancaster, OH 43130 33 minutes away from home 22.3 miles away No Room or Board Location Activities and Majors Activities and Facts Majors I Considered Child Development Healthcare Administration Medical/Clinical Assistant Popular Clubs Drama Student Government Campus Ministries Sports I might play Softball Volleyball Tennis Interesting Facts Interesting Facts About Rufus OU Lancaster's mascot is Rufus the Bobcat Thomas Schantz designed the costume and then had it made The iconic Bobcat dates back to 1925 It was a campus-wide contest to come up with a name for Rufus From 1968 through the 70s the mascot also made appearances with Bobkitten Tuition Tuition costs $5,774 Other things cost $2,992 or more No cost for room and board because there is no housing Total $7,569 Tuition How To Get Accepted Average GPA of 3.15 ACT should be a 17-23 SAT was not available and not required Has a 91% acceptance rate Nothing else is required (No extras needed) Admissions Career Goal I hope to get my Bachelor's Degree Child Development and become a Child Life Specialist then go back to school to get my Master's I would like to become a Child Life Specialist because I have always enjoyed being around kids and I would like to really make an impact and help people Why This College Why This College Why This College It doesn't cost nearly as much as other colleges It offers the degrees, classes, and the major I need It is very close to home so I can be with my family a lot I have previous research and liked the college Excitements To see what college is like For the freedom Meet new people Get schooling over with To study Child Development Get what I need to make a living for myself Excitments And Worries Worries How I am going to pay off college debts How I will deal with the stress of college Gas money How I will get my work done properly without the structure of places like high/middle school Why Is This College A Good Fit For Me It is a very small school so I wouldn't have to socialize with very many people It would be easier to find friends with the lack of people It is very close to home which is what I want in a college/wouldn't have to worry about housing I wouldn't have to be overly stressed about paying for it because it costs very little Why This College Is A Good Fit For Me


Transcript: CONCLUSION In this year we want to do many activities like visit the city of Lancaster, or visit other cities like Liverpool or Manchester. In the university we want to do another activities, the most that we´d like will be doing any sport like volley ball or basket. We are Marina and Ascen, ucv'students. We are in the first year of magistery due to we love the children. We wanted to go erasmus because we consider it a wonderful experience where we could improve our english language and meet other cultures. The campus are arranged in the central square of the city , this is one of the motives wich I have chosen this university , because is in the middle of the city . I have decided live in the campus because I want meet people in this period here. The campus has a lot of services like bank , pharmacy or some places to stay the break times with comfort . We think that Lancaster is going to be the best place to do our universitary trip , we hope have fun and learn about this country. iPad Project 3 The Yorkshire pudding, roast beef accompanying, is regarded as a national dish. Meat pies and vegetables include shepherd's pie. A cake of minced meat, onions, vegetables and covered with mashed potatoes and steak and kidney pie. A cake of different types of beef and kidneys.​ CAMPUS UNIVERSITY TRIP TO LANCASTER AND THE UNIVERSITY IN OUR FREE TIME We have visited many times this country and it´s one of our favourite places to live. England is more different than Spain , the weather , the culture , the food , music.. And people of course.​ We love Spanish food but we have to say that the English is not bad. We are Valencian girls so, we love sun and beach, this two things aren´t here, but the cool days won´t be bad too.​ GIMÉNEZ ALONSO, Ascensión SALINAS CAMACHO, Marina We love England, so we´d prefer stay in Lancaster. We will go on September for the start of the course. The university was stablished by royal charter in 1964 and is one of several new universities created in the 1960s. The university was initially based in St Leonard's Gate in the city centre, until moving to a purpose-built. A brief introduction about ourself TIPYCAL ENGLISH FOOD ENGLAND

Lancaster Presentation

Transcript: Dr Azelina Flint (Nineteenth-Century Literature and Creative Writing) Literary Pilgrimages Mysticism and practice-based research Mysticism and Practice Based-Research Icons and devotion Devotional Artists and Readers Aesthetic Criticism 'Aestheticism and Decadence' MA Victorian Literature, Art and Culture Write a 500-word reflection on this object in the style of Pater, Morris or Wilde. Literature, Religion and Nineteenth-Century Studies at Lancaster Literature, Religion and Nineteenth- Century Studies Develop a theoretical article on my practice-based methodology for Literature and Theology for the Summer Term, 2022. Attend the Literature and Religion Reading group/assist in the recruitment of speakers for its lecture series throughout the year. Expand course offerings in women's writing and religious poetry for the "Victorian Literature" module. Visions of the Angel Woman Visions of the Angel Woman Monna Innominata Monna Innominata A Sonnet of Sonnets These heroines of world-wide fame [Dante's Beatrice and Petrarch's Laura] were preceded by a BEVY OF UNNAMED LADIES 'donne innominate' sung by a school of less conspicuous poets... Had such a lady spoken for herself, the portrait left us might have been MORE TENDER IF LESS DIGNIFIED, than any drawn even by a devoted friend. --Christina Rossetti Orpheus Orpheus If you were to haunt your reader posthumously, how would you do it? Introduction to Creative Writing May Alcott Nieriker (1840-79) May Alcott Nieriker Abolitionist Artist Abolitionist Artist Négresse, 1879 Crimean War Veteran, 1877 May Alcott Nieriker at the Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research Current Research SPRING TERM, 2022-- Produce a podcast series of 3 conversations with contemporary artists and writers inspired by Nieriker's artwork, and bid for BAAS, BAVS and Leverhulme/BA Small Grants. SUMMER TERM, 2022-- Convene a symposium on activist painting on racial justice from the nineteenth-century to today. May Alcott Nieriker Conference

Lancaster Presentation

Transcript: STRATEGIC CHALLENGES COMMERCIAL SERVICES OR STUDENT EXPERIENCE BY 2015 STUDENTS MAJORITY FUNDERS OF HE NEED TO BE FLEXIBLE & QUICK TO RESPOND USP`S PERCEPTION INCREASES WITH BRAND IDENTITY SHARED SERVICE BENEFITS LOYALTY - KEPT SIMPLE UPSELLING INHOUSE/OUTSOURCED OR HYBRID TARGETED MARKETING WHAT CAN I BRING TO THE TABLE ? ABILITIES •Elected on the board of governors for Harper Adams University College March 2011 •Appointed to advise the Food Standards Agency with through ACMSF as a commercial caterer on the microbiological safety of food September 2010 •Achieved the coveted Times higher ‘outstanding contribution for sustainable development` 2008/9. Instigated using Harper produce & livestock and integrated this into the student & conference dining experience, reducing food miles to food meters. •Individually Shortlisted for The Cost Sector Catering Awards – University College Category April 2009. •Harper Adams Catering department were one of the finalists in the sustainable Business Category of the Catey Awards 2009 Strategic thinker who uses commercial and political influence to create the right environment Decisive leader who challenges and inspires people to stretch their performance. Uses ability to empathise and communicate with people at all levels to act as a bridge to bring the community together. Financial planning and budgetary control for a turnover of £2 million & conference trade of £2.5 million. Managing over 80 staff being accountable for their development & performance through investors in people & key performance indicators & puruit of hospitality assured Sit at board level on staffing issues and attend governors meetings on senior level leadership coordination. 15 years in HE EXPERIENCE

Lancaster University Christian Union

Transcript: The Christian Union. What is it? Well... We are a Group of Christians Who meet and work together to share the good news of Jesus Christ. So what do we do about it? Let us show you just a snippet of what we do.... A time once a week for a chance to hear a christian response to a controversial topic within society and faith. Does God hate gay people? Why would a God care about us? Plenty of time for questions, and plenty of free food to go around too! We host a game of football for anybody of any ability. A chance to meet new people, and show off some skills. (If you have any) A chance for anyone on campus to ask us a question, and get a tasty toasty brought to them with their answer We do t4ts once a term, so keep a look out on our Facebook page and website for when it's coming! As a CU we weekly have a time in smaller 'small groups' We will go through different things in these times, such as an uncover course aimed at people wanting to know more about christianity Then we meet all together once a week to encourage each other, have a short talk and have a time to pray for the week And that's not half of it... GLOBE A weekly event specifically for international students Prayer meetings Events + Outreach Weeks 2 weeks in the year where we cram in loads of events and opportunities to find out more about Christianity and what we believe But more importantly... Despite members being from different denominations, we all hold fundamental truths to the christian faith. It's all about the amazing grace of God, and our love for him So that's us.... For more... When? Small Groups Why is there suffering? What about science? Does God hate Sex? Lunchbars We have loads of other events going on through out the week... Text For A Toastie CU FOOTBALL


Transcript: CONSUMPTION OF (IM)MOBILITIES the representation of the mobility culture in global brands' advertising discourse. Brazil, 1982 and 1998. + As an activity which enhances the visibility of consumption, advertising becomes an integral part of the movement of objects (Urry 2007: 47) + a transfer area (McCracken, 2003) were, through the discourse, objects become commodities (Appadurai, 1986). + contemporary motivations and consumer practices are translated into a life project which is ideally actualized, or re-signed, in the objects (Baudrillard, 1970). + advertising discourse is here seen as a product of the culture in which it is embedded. + the contemporary compulsion to mobility has significantly been appropriated by advertising as a strategy of valuation of the product or brand into a particular consumer object, itself an object of circulation. In this sense, advertising discourse can be considered a system which offers individuals the possibility of movement through consumption. "At last, the Walkman. The biggest sound revolution in the smallest stereo of the world" Sony. 6-9-82 "the e-commerce is changing the way you buy and sell things". IBM. 6-10-98 potential for movement is more closely related to physical and geographic dislocation. potential for movement is more closely related to virtual or imaginative mobility. H + In a fluid world, individuals are always changing, as well as the relations between people and their territory. + The collapse of macro-social entities has prompted the growth in importance of lyfestyles and consumption practices. + as a result of the incessant movement of markets, objects and people, the consumption becomes a practice affected by individuals' mobility or immobility social condition / status quo. + to account the increase of the mobilized social life in the last decades, there is an increase of demand for products and/or services that help individuals to deal with life in motion. + "people need social benchmarks and stability cores to organized the life in motion" (Kesselring, 2008: 90) + 'social benchmarks and stability cores' whose the goods, the means and the messages are an important constitutive part. Methodological Approach Key Concerns "Get into the Pierre Cardin dimension. A very exclusive fashion world". Veja, 6-9-82 and Veja, 6-14-82 + pelo aspecto estrutural, o discurso publicitário pode ser encarado como 'amostra provisória de seu tempo'. + entre 1982 e 1998, no Brasil, mais do que a cultura da mobilidade ou mesmo a mobilidade em potência, há nos anúncios referência ao nacional e ao verde e amarelo. + neste sentido, com relação ao aspecto referencial, no caso do Brasil, não reconhecemos a mobilidade enquanto argumento discursivo e persuasivo na publicidade das marcas, em 1982. + e mesmo com a inserção do Brasil no mercado global de consumo, a mobilidade em potência só é parte da argumentação persuasiva nas campanhas de 1998. + o caráter mediador e de tranferência simbólica e significacional da publicidade foi mais bem percebido em 1998 do que 1982. + em 1982, no Brasil, a mobilidade ainda era pensada pelo seu caráter mais físico e geográfico do que pela sua virtualidade. E em 1998, algumas marcas já divulgavam a tecnologia como meio de circular imaginativamente. Considerações finais: Globalized world Technological development + Speed Mobility Paradigm Lifestyle + consumer practices Advertising Discourse I take the interconnection of mobility, consumption and advertising in a globalized world as a starting point in my research in order to propose the view of advertising as a system which – by attributing movement to objects through discourse – may become a vehicle for the consumer to experience the world on the move, even if only virtually or imaginatively. + para dar conta da vida social mobilizada há o incremento da demanda por bens que ofereçam a mobilidade em potência, ou motilidade, como atributo fundamental para o consumo. + motilidade é "a capacidade da pessoa em ser móvel ou mais precisamente, a maneira com que o indivíduo se apropria do que é possível no domínio da mobilidade e usa esse potencial em suas atividades" (Kaufmann, 2002: 37) a partir do acesso e das habilidades de apropriação, baseados no contexto sócio-histórico e nos seus projetos de vida. + Interpretação: discurso como sistema de motilidade; consumo como aquisição da mobilidade em potência para circulação (ou não) no ambiente globalizado, em rede e de riscos. Supervisor Bianca Freire-Medeiros CPDOC/FGV Brazil In a globalized world: + the individual has become the main instance of social legitimacy, due to the weakening of macro-social structures affected by the speed of technical change and the intense flows of mobility; + mobilities practices have become capital a sine qua non condition for fruition of individuals in life, with their reference groups and objects of consumption, and for this reason,; + as práticas de consumo passaram a ser motivadas pela possibilidade de aquisição de

Lancaster University

Transcript: Planning Things I would do Differently Design Lancaster University Engineering Dept. Build Jonathan Lewis Improvements Fabricator Building Wooding Sheeting Other Roles: Phoenix RC Landing Gear Payload Containers All Vacuum molding Steve Monk Bob Mackin Supervisors: Emily Richardson Oliver Tate Jonathan Lewis CAD Engineer Test The Beginning Not a Pusher Design Use ready made water containers Share materials with other Projects Do Simulations first Team: Jonathan Lewis Building a Model Aircraft to win the BMFA Schools and University Challenge Things to Improve . Better use of systems engineering More research before commencement Use of outside experts Careful Budget Control Better integration between "Office" and "Factory floor" Jonathan Lewis . Issues Lancaster University Any Questions? Joshua Connolley Jonathan Lewis Ben Lopacki Lack of proper Systems approach to design Underestimation of difficulty in producing a bespoke watertight container Lack of undestanding of fundamentals eg: Importance of CofG Financial Carelessness Disconnect between "Office" and "Factory floor" The Video! Stages of Work What should the plane look like? What materials should we use? Mission: Design, build and test an RC Plane Use a set battery and motor Have the RC plane carry 4kg of water Enclose a "Sensor ball" in the fuselage Work to a budget Win the BMFA competition! How do we keep the weight as low as possible? Role in the Project How is a model plane different from a real one? Issues and Future work How should we carry the 4kg payload? Learn how planes fly How is the plane controlled?

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