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Transcript: latex WHAT IS LATEX Latex rubber is used in many types of clothing. Rubber has traditionally been used in protective clothing, including gas masks and Wellington boots. Rubber is now generally being replaced in these application by plastics. Mackintoshes have traditionally been made from rubberized cloth. Latex is the stable dispersion of polymer microparticles in an aqueous medium. Latexes may be natural or synthetic. Latex as found in nature is a milky fluid found in 10% of all flowering plants . It is a complex emulsion consisting of proteins, alkaloids, starches, sugars, oils, tannins, resins, and gums that coagulates on exposure to air. It is usually exuded after tissue injury. In most plants, latex is white, but some have yellow, orange, or scarlet latex. Since the 17th century, latex has been used as a term for the fluid substance in plants. It serves mainly as defense against The cells in which latex is found make up the laticiferous system, which can form in two very different ways. In many plants, the laticiferous system is formed from rows of cells laid down in the meristem of the stem or root. The cell walls between these cells are dissolved so that continuous tubes, called latex vessels, are formed. Since these vessels are made of many cells, they are known as articulated laticifers. This method of formation is found in the poppy family, in the rubber trees , and in the Cichorieae, a clade in the Family Asteraceae distinguished by the presence of latex in its members. It is also present in another member of the Asteraceae, the guayule plant. latex products and uses : THRE ARE MANY PRODUCTS MADE FROM LATEX HERE ARE A FEW Latex clothing GLOVES CONDOMS The latex of many species can be processed to produce many materials. Natural rubber is the most important product obtained from latex; more than 12,000 plant species yield latex containing rubber, though in the vast majority of those species the rubber is not suitable for commercial use.[ reasons why latex is is used

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Transcript: Community Scholarship Danielle Hossain Integrity Excellence Creativity INTRO Innovative & Creative ways to Recruit, Train and Sustain a Successful Student Conduct Board. INTRO TODAY'S SHEDULE Recruiting Overview Who is recruited? Recruitment methods Engagement Experience Responsibility Benefits Investments Training Sustaining Recruit Recruit Recuitment Methods Understanding your Audience Students, Faculty & Staff Benefits of Serving on the Board Campus Partners Residence Life, Multicultural Affairs, Greek Life, SGA, RHA Conducting interviews to identify candidates Faculty/Staff nominations for student board members Outreach Social Media, Career Development Center Smart Marketing: Academic Departments Communication & Conflict Criminal Justice Legal Studies Recuitment Methods Engagement Experience Responsibility Train Train Engagement Ice Breakers: Get to know the team, coming back from breaks to shake things up. Create Community within the Board: Supports sustainability of the board. Group Activities: Anonomous case studies + Assigning Policy Violations + Assigning Sanctions Large Group Conversations Role Plays: How to formulate open ended questions, fact finding techniques, mock hearing Engagement Conduct Board Training requires learning A LOT of information, it is imperative to invest in your team, have fun, and be creative with how the information is taught! Experiences Group Discussions Regarding Experiences: Serving on the Hearing Board Fact Finding Working in a Team Setting Working with The Golden Rule/Community Living Guide Confidentiality & Decision Making Skills Diverse Group of Board Members: Students, Faculy & Staff Experiences Responsibility Responsibility Serving on the Hearing Board is not a role to be taken lightly Members should understand the rules of conduct so they can make informed, non-bias and fair decisons consistantly Members should understand that their decisions will have an impact on students development as well as the responsiblity they carry as board members Sustain Sustain How to Sustain a Hearing Board Benefits of Serving on the Board: Develop fact finding & decision making skills Working in a team setting Having an impact on student's development Allows faculty/staff to have a different experience interacting with students they may not have otherwise Resume booster Professional Investment in the Board Training Follow Up Feedback How to Sustain a Hearing Board Investment to Sustainability Hearning Board Banquet Dinner provided to the board for their service A Year in Review Provide graduation cords/tassles to graduating seniors Provide a certificate of service to faculty/staff & non-graduating students Looking at the Year Ahead Continuing Education Webinars Online Training Reviews Investment to Sustainability Conclusion Conclusion Take Aways Recruiting, training, and sustaining go hand-in-hand to create a successful hearing board Take Aways The mission of the board is to serve students in the ajudication process however, the mission of the Student Conduct staff is to invest in the members of the board so they can serve at their highest potential In order to protect students right to due process, the hearing board must opperate effectively and efficiantly to provide a fair & concistant hearing

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Transcript: AVERAGES GPA: 4.06 SAT: 1260 ACT: 28 Social Groups/Clubs Intramural Sports At UCF I am also interested in the... Financial Aid: -apply for FASFA every year that you are enrolled in school -apply after that year is over UCF is home to 13 colleges that offer over 200 majors Orlando, FL LOCATION -Orlando, FL is a great area -not too far from home -Disney and Universal CAMPUS -beautiful, modern architecture -amazing gym MAJORS -offer many majors that I am strongly interested in STUDENT LIFE -many clubs & sororities to join to get involved Psychology Interesting Facts UCF has a Disney College Program which is a paid internship program that provides housing as well as jobs in all different fields. Early Childhood Development & Education Elementary Education Event Management Human Communication Social Work Sociology Getting In 66,183 students I am interested in B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) & B.S. (Bachelor of Science) GPA 3.0 or higher to graduate Budget/Finance/Room & Board Living Options: basketball flag football swimming etc University of Central Florida Admission Requirements -being top 10% of your class -SAT: 1010 -ACT: 21 -submission by December 31 Major Options Clubs B.S. others that I am interested in: Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Career Services has numerous resources and services to offer as you search for the right major or prepare for your job search. It’s never too early or too late to work on your professional development plan. The more time you invest in this process, the more likely you are to achieve your goals. Psychology or Criminal Justice UCF has a wide range of food options on campus which makes it very convenient to eat out without having to get an expensive meal plan that I will probably never use. General Info "Tutoring is currently available for students enrolled in UCF. Regular, consistent, and constant participation in SARC Peer Tutoring each and every week will increase the chances of achieving academic goals for the semester." Student Academic Resource Center FOOD my major choices: (first year students are not required to live on campus) Other Opportunities Why I want to go to UCF: Scholarships Application Process 1. complete & submit online app ($30 fee) 2. submit required docs (transcripts, SAT/ACT scores) 3. application essay Although optional, the essay assists the Admissions Committee in knowing you as an individual, independent of test scores and other objective data. We ask that you respond to two of the topics below. Your responses should be no longer than a total of 500 words or 7,000 characters. PROMPTS: 1. If there has been some obstacle or bump in the road in your academic or personal life, please explain the circumstances. 2. How has your family history, culture, or environment influenced who you are? 3. Why did you choose to apply to UCF? 4. What qualities or unique characteristics do you possess that will allow you to contribute to the UCF community? Pegasus Scholarship Programs Florida Bright Futures Program Freshmen Provost Award National Merit A2O Varsity Sports

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