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Transcript: "Breaking Ground" on 1400 Wealthy WEST MICHIGAN Tractor Supply Co. Progress on the Hotel's Exterior Brewery Vivant MID MICHIGAN Progress on 3rd floor units CONSTRUCTION SERVICES Meadows Crossing Apartments The Grand Village Exterior framing and sheathing Making progress... Flat Iron Building VDS Build Out on 210 Front Street Courtyard Rending for the Vista at the Heights Vista at the Heights This team means business! Salad Works on Ionia Ave Build-Outs & Renovations Miller Johnson looking forward to their future office 1400 Wealthy Ave Perspective Bridging the gap adjacent to the Hotel Tower crane erection at Arena Place Making progress on TSC "Breaking Ground" at 55 Ottawa The vision for Arena Place... Orion Construction on the job Grand Opening event for DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Freighters Restaurant, and Baker College EAST MICHIGAN Breaking ground in the snow! COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT Progress on 2nd floor units OUR TERRITORY & CURRENT PROJECTS Vista Springs - Mixed-Use - Hotel & Hospitality - Multi-Unit Housing - Commercial/Office - Retail Convention Center Exterior DoubleTree by Hilton PAST PROJECT EXAMPLES Campus West Apartments Premium temp-controlled storage Students anxiously awaiting completion SPECIALIZING IN Setting Trusses on the Convention Center Underground work at the SMR addition - Mixed-use - Multi-Family - Public-Private Partnerships Hyatt Place Hotel Port Huron Convention Center MARKET SEGMENTS WHO WE ARE Historic "Pike House" Eastown Flats Revitalizing a Neighborhood... Ground Breaking event at SMR Arena Place Inside the courtyard area USI at Bridgewater Place T.I. Front of the Hyatt Place - General Contractor - Construction Manager - Development Firm - General Contracting - Design-Build Construction - Construction Management - Property Development - Owner's Representative Seventh Street Lofts - Educational - Health Care - Banking/Financial - Religious - Municipal Ground Breaking event at adjacent parking deck Celebrating completion of Phase 1! Future tenants will appreciate this view! Interior framing Stock N Lock Renovation and Repairs SMR - Marysville Progress on the Hotel's Entryway West Michigan Rheumatology

MSU Presentation

Transcript: Financial Health ->Regular meetings with senior administration -> #TodayIFeel Campaign -> edYOUcation "The purpose of the MSU is to draw into a true society all students at McMaster University. In pursuit of this, it will foster activities and events which will enhance the University experience of its members and contribute to the life of the University as a whole. Further, it will seek to facilitate communication between the students body, the University and other organizations and will organize and regulate students self-government." -MSU Constitution, Section II For the first time ever, the MSU made a direct pre-budget submission to the Provincial government this year. The submission was based off edYOUcation Week, and focused on: Coops, internships Student-centred learning Increases in teaching-focused faculty Improved Media The MSU takes pride in being the campus expert in the needs of students Planned new student entrepreneurship space in "MARC" at McMaster Innovation Park In an organization with annual turnover, training is one of the most important things we do. Introduction of Anti-Oppression Training PTM and SRA training Welcome Week rep training ->Engage in provincial election campaigns We also communicate our budget in more creative ways... Federal: Canada Student Loan Program Open textbooks 35 members 31 volunteer representatives elected from 9 academic divisions 4 Board of Directors Responsible for (source: Bylaw 3) Creating policy Overseeing operations Serving as a representative forum for the discussion of student issues The MSU provides >200 part-time jobs, and >1000 volunteer opportunities. The MSU runs more than 30 services and businesses, enhancing campus life and promoting student interests. There are different functions and structures... The MSU is run entirely by students, for students. Budget approved each year through the SRA Receive annual audits (formerly Deloitte, now KPMG) Line-by-line budget is publicly available online ->Job creation, student retention - member of Hamilton Chamber of Commerce ->HSR bus pass ->Local community outreach Proposed Student Entrepreneurship Centre Municipal Advocacy Foundation for International Medical Relief for Children - McMaster Free Culture @ McMaster University Free the Children at McMaster Freestyling Lyrics & Orchestrating Wonders Frontier College McMaster Gastrointestinal Undergraduate Student Unit Geography and Earth Science Society Golden Z Club – McMaster Greenpeace McMaster GUJARATI STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION Hamilton / McMaster Parkour Hamilton Chinese Christian Fellowship Hamilton Food Share @ McMaster Health Impact Fund: McMaster Chapter Health, Aging and Society Student’s Association Healthy Haven Healthy Living Initiative Helping Organizations for People Everywhere Humanity First I Am Woman iGNITE ImMACculate Dance Team Inquire Publication @ McMaster Interdisciplinary Project McMaster Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship at McMaster: Multiethnic Fellowship Kingdomcraft Korean Campus Crusade for Christ Agape Impact Korean Catholic Society Korean Pop Culture Club Leaders in Global Health Transformations Learn Music at Mac LIFE Student Collaborative Linguistics Society Love for Lupus Mac Cares Mac Ethics MAC H.E.R.O.S(Helping Everyone Reach Out) Mac MahJong Club Mac Movies Mac Soup Kitchen Mac Veggie Club Macappella MacBeat MacLEGENDS MacReation MacShadow Making Waves Hamilton Malaysians at McMaster Mauritians at Mac McMaster African Student Association McMaster Ahlul-Bayt Islamic Society McMaster Alliance for Body Peace McMaster Alzheimer’s Society McMaster Amnesty McMaster Anthropology Society McMaster App Development McMaster Arab Student Association McMaster Arts for Children McMaster Association of Secular Humanists McMaster Association of Serbian Students McMaster Association of West Indian Students McMaster Baking Club McMaster Believe 4 Kids Club McMaster Best Buddies McMaster Biology and Pharmacology Society McMaster Biology Society McMaster Board Game Society (MBGS) McMaster Book Club Mcmaster Breaking Club McMaster Campus Cursive McMaster Campus Lions Club McMaster Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research Student Chapter McMaster Cancer Society McMaster Catholic Students Association McMaster Chinese Catholic Community McMaster Chinese Debating Society McMaster Chinese Engineering Society McMaster Chinese Students’ Association McMaster Classics Club McMaster Clinical Neuropsychology Club McMaster Consulting Association McMaster Cycling Club McMaster Dance Club McMaster Debating Society McMaster DECA U McMaster Diabetes Association McMaster Dragon Boat Club The MSU has worked to eliminate two redundant fees levied for summer courses. MAPS Fee: Unanimous SRA vote (26-0-3) to eliminate Eliminated for 2014, pending final approval Athletics and Recreation Fee: University has argued that undergrad fees only purchase an 8-month pass Final decision will be made in March Review of University Ancillary Fees Quick Facts Provincial:

MSU presentation 2014

Transcript: Community Events March Magic Hoopfest March 20-22, 2014 Be A Tourist In Your Own Town Saturday, May 31, 2014 Blogs Facebook YouTube Assist planners with events once they are on site locally. Examples of major events hosted: Odyssey of the Mind World Finals – hosted at MSU Michigan Dental Association Michigan Safety Conference Membership - connect planners to local resources Ad Campaign - Leisure Guide on the go… Marketing Communications Generate awareness Destination Sales/Greater Lansing Sports Authority Convert awareness to visitation (Rm. Nights) Visitor Services/CTA Program Enhance the travel experience Membership Partnerships with the hospitality community Administration/Finance/IT A – Over 4.7 million visitors annually. Our Strengths & Central Location “Central. Friendly. Affordable. Accredited.” GLCVB Members - Hotels, Restaurants, Attractions & Retail Popular Attractions (after dining & shopping) MSU Athletics (football sell outs) Broad Art Museum & Wharton Center State Capitol/Historical Complex Impression 5 Science Center Goal is to put “heads in beds” Markets: (Association, Corporate & SMERFE) Tradeshows / Industry Organizations Sales Blitzes Hotel Partner Interaction Lansing Center Partnership Key competitors: Detroit Metro, Grand Rapids, Traverse City, Casinos Greater Lansing Visitor Center East Lansing FourSquare Ad Campaign - Meetings Q & A Tracy Padot, CTA VP, Marketing Communications Brendan Dwyer, CTA Manager, Marketing Communications Podcasts Created in 2007. Four staff. Subdivision of GLCVB. Hosted over 100 sporting events last year. Large events include: MHSAA Boys & Girls State Basketball Finals U.S. Bowling Congress Open Championship USA Racquetball National Jr. Olympic Championships US Figure Skating Association Midwest Sectional 2014 Visitor Guide Finding "The One” - Event Planner The mission of the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau is to positively impact the area’s economy by marketing the region as a travel destination. The Bureau’s primary strategic objective is to generate overnight visitation. “Put heads in beds.” How Do We Reach Our Audience? Did You Know? What Are We Marketing? Destination Sales Greater Lansing Sports Authority Who Is The GLCVB? GLCVB Mission Who Are We Marketing To? Pinterest Mobile App iPhone & Droid users download for FREE NATJA Award Winner A – The Greater Lansing CVB Visitor Services Q - If you had to guess, how many visitors do we host in the Greater Lansing area each year? Q - And more importantly, how much money do they spend while they’re here? Q - Who is responsible for getting them here to spend that money? MSU Presentation 2014 GLSA Website Greater Lansing - “Make Yourself at Home” Radio spots. Spot was voiced by Tim Allen and will run May – July in Southern Ontario, Canada Advertising Social Media & Digital Technology Community Relations (Special events like BATYOT) Media Relations (Travel writer FAMs) Tradeshows Founded in 1960; staff of two Today, nearly $4 million budget Funded by Hotel Marketing Assessment/Tax, Membership Dues, Sponsorships, etc. 26 employees; five departments Membership-based - 450 businesses DMAI Accreditation in 2007 Re-accredited in 2012 GLCVB also supports: Greater Lansing Sports Authority Team Lansing Foundation Twitter Become A Certified Tourism Ambassador March 27, 2014 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. April 22, 2014 1-5 p.m. Travel Michigan Partnership 150,000 copies distributed annually NATJA award winner Flickr Team Lansing Foundation A – Over $472 million dollars. Event Planners: Target Regional & State Association Market Sports Tournaments & Events Faith Based (SMERFE) Leisure Visitor Profile: Visitation from 4 hour drive radius Primary feeder markets: Detroit, GR, Lansing Primarily visiting friends and family Social Networks Create Advocates Lansing Social Club What Is A CVB/DMO?

MSU Presentation

Transcript: ID Specialist Applicant Teaching Experience Laura Winter About Me Personal Life Michigan State University, completed Spring 2009 Honors College International Study, Summer, 2007, Interior Design and Architecture in France and Spain Bachelor of Arts - Interior Design Education Illinois State University, completed Summer 2012 Graduate Assistant Thesis: Influence of Students’ Attitude Toward and Knowledge of Sustainability in Selection of On-Campus Student Housing Masters of Science - Family and Consumers Sciences, emphasis in Interior Design Professional Experience Professional Experience High End Residential Real Estate Development Worked closely with subcontractors in the plumbing and electrical fields On site experience with leading residential architects in Chicago Office design JAB Realty and Development Chicago, IL-Winter 2010 Pre - Grad School Design kitchen and bathroom layouts Specify finish materials Experience in a showroom setting Kitchen & Bath by DeGuilio Plymouth-Canton, MI-Spring 2010 ISU Graduate Assistant Interior Design FCS 370: Interior and Environmental Design Studio II FCS 104: Environmental Design Elements Studio Apparel Merchandise and Design FCS 225: Textiles lecture and studio Work with a diverse population of home buyers to specify all interior/exterior finishes Oversee the design of kitchen layouts for all home building projects Initiate, plan, and administer hundreds of meetings per year through effective electronic and in-person communication Design and stage model homes, including Lansing Parade of Homes 2013-19 Manage all facets of the Design Center including working with vendors to ensure product selections reflect appropriate quality, design, and industry trends Collaborate with subcontractors to outline proper installation and craftsmanship Consistently score in top tier of monthly customer satisfaction surveys Mayberry Homes, East Lansing, MI Spring 2013-current Mayberry Homes Teaching Experience Participated in two CIDA accreditation reviews Two years as Faculty Adviser for the Habitat for Humanity student organization Teach a variety of interior design courses focusing on commercial design, building codes, elements and principles of design, and FF&E specifications Instructor of Interior Design Michigan State University, August 2012-Present Graduate Assistant Illinois State University, January 2011-May 2012 CIDA accredited Interior and Environmental Design program Taught in the Interior Design department, as well as Apparel Merchandise and Design Courses Taught MSU: Interior Design IDES 142: Design Theory Studio IDES 150: Interior Design Drafting IDES 152: Interior Environments IDES 340: Interior Design Specifications and Workroom Practices IDES 352: Interior Design Synthesis II The goal of this project was to renovate the currently unused IM Circle Pool for the Department of Recreational Sports and Fitness Services. Students were to research MSU’s current facilities, as well as leading facilities around the United States, to determine what was needed at MSU. Leading, innovative designs, encompassing sustainable and universal design, were important components to the project. MSU IM Circle Renovation Student Example Competition sponsored by IIDA-Michigan and Klise Manufacturing. Students were to design a hotel bar/restaurant, focusing on design style and implementing a Klise Manufacturing trim package. This student design placed 1st in the competition. IDES 352 Spring 2016 Student Work IIDA-Michigan and Klise Manufacturing Competition First Place Design Student Example Design aesthetically pleasing spaces and improve the lifestyle of the individuals, families, and communities they touch Enhance the greater good Enrich each student’s education and investment in the Interior Design program at MSU by actively engaging them in their learning experience Foster growth and development through experiential education and collaborative efforts in the community Philosophy Philosophy Development Development Collaboration with local professionals, companies, nonprofits, etc.; enhance the greater good Cross campus and interdisciplinary projects Always learning Student engagement and feedback NCIDQ Sources Sources Redbird Logo: NCIDQ Logo: PWB Logo:

MSU Transfer Presentation

Transcript: *Fixed tuition rate DFW Area $2,000 Review Process Friday, February 10 Dillard College of Business Administration Third Quarter 13 NCAA Division II Athletic Teams Campus Facts 1110 / 24 / 1180 Saturday, November 5th Saturday, March 4th 10:00-2:30 PM 10:00 AM / 2:00 PM Mustangs Pathway Process REGISTER @ Scholarships Adam Pitts Automatic Admission Policy Top 10% Football Basketball Tennis Golf Soccer Women's Cross Country/Track Softball Volleyball West College of Education Friday, February 3 Lamar D. Fain College of Fine Arts Phi Thetta Kappa 1st Saturday of Every Month @ 11:00 AM Pre-Dentistry Pre-Engineering Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Veterinary Friday, March 10 Prothro-Yeager College of Humanities and Social Sciences 22 Academic Societies 30 Special Interest Clubs 14 Honor Societies 14 Nationally Affiliated Fraternities and Sororities 16 Religious Organizations 7 University Committees 8 Governing Councils Gunn College of Health Sciences and Human Services Six Academic Friday, February 24 Robert D. and Carol Gunn College of Health Science and Human Services Prior to 3/16 / ACT / New SAT Prior to 3/16 / ACT / New SAT Biology Chemistry Clinical Laboratory Science Computer Science Geosciences Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Physics More Scholarships 1070 / 23 / 1140 Estimated Cost of Attendance Pre-Professional Programs 1360 / 31 / 1460 $2500 per year 1170 / 26 / 1240 $2000 per year 1090 / 24 / 1160 $1000 per year 1020 / 22 / 1100 $750 per year 990 / 21 / 1070 $500 per year **Must be Accepted by April 1st **SAT scores: Critical Reading and Math scores only Redwine Honors Scholarship Program President's Distinguished Scholarship Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation Scholarships WFISD Foundation Scholarships Preston-Clement Scholarship Better Business Bureau/Dr. Louis J. Rodriguez Ethics Scholarship NAIFA Scholarship Northwest Texas Field and Stream Association Scholarship Bryant and Dorothy Edwards Scholarship & Kirk Edwards Scholarship American National Bank & Trust Scholarship Wichita Fallas Association of Realtors Scholarship Work Services Corporation Scholarship Kiowa Kooks/Art Beyer Scholarship Red River Optimist Club Scholarship Midwestern Club Scholarship W.P. and Ann Howie Scholarship Altrusa Club Scholarship Wichita Falls Club Capri Scholarship Prof Edwards/Southwest Rotary Club Scholarship North Texas Chapter of the Texas Association of Vietnam Veterans Scholarship Optimist Club of Wichita Falls Memorial Scholarship MSU Alumni Association Scholarship Desk and Derrick Club of Dallas Scholarship Elray, Margaret and Marshall Hardy Scholarship Holland-King Scholarship E. Paul and Helen Buck Waggoner Foundation Scholarship Red River Optimist Club Scholarship Minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA from each institution previously attended, and student must have completed at least 18 credit hours post-high school. Various Deadlines: Jan. 15-Jun. 1 Established in 1922 255 acres Average Enrollment: 6,000 Students from all 44 states and 54 countries Student-to-faculty ratio: 17:1 59% female and 41% male 4 traditional residence halls Showcasing New Legacy Hall for fall 2016 3 on-campus apartment complexes Only university in Texas to become a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC). Monday - Friday Study Abroad! $2,500 Assistant Director of Admissions $1,500 Fourth Quarter Accounting Economics Finance General Business Management Management Information Systems Marketing Transfer Excellence Art Mass Communication Music Theatre Transfer Achievement Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA from each institution previously attended, and student must have completed at least 18 credit hours post-high school. $51 Million Accepted for Fall term before May 31 or before December 15 for Spring term. Classified as a Texas resident for tuition purposes Complete & Submit FAFSA Complete financial aid file including Verification before May 31 (FALL semester) or December 15 (SPRING semester) Adjusted Gross Income of $50,000 Eligible for the Federal Pell Grant Enroll in a minimum of 15 credit hours Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA at MSU Must have a minimum grade point average of 2.0 and at least 18 transferable college-level credit hours. donorservices/scholarship-apps Friday, February 17 College of Science and Mathematics & Forty-Nine Majors Pathway Process can be offered to students with a 2.25-2.75 GPA on a 4.0 scale. England Spain France Central America Other Admission Options Register @ Mustangs Guarantee Next 40 % Transfer Scholarships Tour the campus Learn about intended major Talk to faculty, coaches, & students Meet with MSU Admissions Talk with financial aid Check out housing facilities Automatic Admission 2014-2015 More than 100 Student Organizations Mustangs Rally Wichita Falls Facts Tex Tuition & Fees (Texas resident/15 hrs.)= $4,147 Course Fees (estimated)= $300 Books (estimated)= $750 Room & Board=

MSU presentation

Transcript: Is Adoption (a viable) Option? Michele Merritt, Ph.D. Arkansas State University, Deparment of Philosophy Adoptees for Choice, Adoptees for Abolition Lina Vanegas, MSW Co-Host, "Rescripting the Narrative" Reproductive Choices Are... - whether or not to reproduce - whether to carry or terminate a pregnancy - whether to use contraception, what kind of family planning (if any) Abortion And Not... Dobbs v. Jackson "Why don't safe-haven laws take care of that problem?" (i.e. the burden of parenting) Abortion is a reproductive choice; Adoption is a parenting choice Adoption A win-win A better life Adoption Positive Language and Industry Propoganda Lucky, Gratitude Charitable/Selfless Babies are Blank Slates * Family Separation * Family Destruction * Human Trafficking * Ancestral Genocide * Cultural Genocide * Preventable Trauma * Multi-Billion Dollar Industry Rooted in: * Capitalism * Classism * Racism * Colonialism * Ableism * Heteropatriarchy Myth: Adoption Saves Children From Abuse and Neglect Reality: Adoptive parents abuse, neglect, and even murder children in their care Child 'Welfare' Hart Family Monetizing Trauma - Disregard for children's autonomy - Commodifying our lived experiences without our consent - Creating/building followings online - Movies, books, shows, etc. Exploitation Rehoming and 'Failed Adoptions' Myth: adoptions provide a forever home Rehoming Abusive Bio Families? - infrequent/no checks on adoptive parents post-placement - % reported abuse cases likely skewed because white families not surveilled by family policing as much as black families (see Roberts, 2022, e.g.) and white families make up largest % (nearly 75%) of adopters Lack of Accountability Myth: Adoption Rescues Children From Poverty Reality: Adoption is a multi-billion dollar for-profit industry that preys on vulnerable families and coerces parents into relinquishing their children $$$ Myth of the selfless birthparent G. Sisson's work on current industry manipulation Myth: Adoption Provides a Better Life for Children 'Better' Life Reality: Being relinquished and adopted is traumatic and can have lasting deleterious effects on adopted people What Next? Outcomes Would You Rather Have Been Aborted? PsychoSocial Mental Health Physiological - Prevalence of auto-immune disorders higher (especially in international adoptee populations) - Dermatologic disease more common - Overrepresented in mental health treatment settings - Twice as likely to suffer depression and anxiety - At least twice as likely to attempt suicide/have suicidal ideations - More likely to suffer from eating disorders - More likely to experience substance abuse problems - Score much lower on self-esteem assessments - More likely to exhibit antisocial personality traits - Rejection sensitivty risks greater Another Myth: Biology is Irrelevant Other Obstacles - Sealed birth records and secrets - Falsified birth documents - Forced to pay for DNA testing (and navigate the risks of doing so) - Asked to pay for help searching - Intercountry adoptees, loss of language, culture, nearly impossible to search/DNA testing useless in many cases Not MY Adoptee! Not All ? - Abandonment fears - Topic avoidance (especially in transracially adopted children) - Microaggressions - Indoctrination, politically and religiously - Fear, Obligation, Guilt (sometimes called "FOG") Sit With It Topic - Then, listen more, read more - Fight for Abortion rights without using adoptees as pawns - Follow adoptee/displaced person/FFY accounts on SMS - Practice allyship, get involved with family preservation orgs, abolition groups, adoptee rights advocacy

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