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Degree Audit

Degree Audit

The Degree Audit is a computer-generated evaluation of a student’s progress toward a specified degree…
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Student Maya

Student Maya

Today’s student success spotlight is with Maya Elious. It’s our hope that we’re able to share a different story each week of how a past student has been able to significantly grow their freelance business by applying the concepts they learned from Double Your Freelancing (check out last week’s with Bart Mroz). If you feel your story would be a good fit, share why Last year, Maya Elious brought in just over $38, . After taking Double Your Freelancing Rate and implementing what she learned, she’s on track to earn between $80-100k in 2015. Did I mention…
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Good To Go Login

Good To Go Login

Did you think you were getting away with something by saving $150 a year while using your friend’s HBO Go login instead of subscribing to HBO yourself? As it turns out, HBO not only doesn’t mind that you’re using someone else’s login to stream its pay TV content for free… it wants you to. In fact, according to the company’s chief executive, account sharing is a “terrific marketing vehicle for the next generation of viewers.” “It presents the brand to more and more people and gives them an opportunity, hopefully, to become addicted to it, ” HBO CEO…
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Students in New York

Students in New York

New York state is proposing new legislation that would require college transcripts to note when a student has been found responsible for sexual assault. The measure, which is currently only required in Virginia, would help put a stop to students being able to transfer schools without the new institution knowing about their past offenses. The Huffington Post’s Tyler Kingkade reports that the proposed law is part of a package of campus sexual assault reform efforts announced earlier this week by Governor Andrew Cuomo and titled “Enough is Enough.”…
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LaGuardia Community College English courses

LaGuardia Community College English courses

LaGuardia’s College Now program seeks to prepare high school students for successful academic performance in college and to facilitate their transition from high school to college. Most classes take place at our partner high schools. In addition, we offer several college classes on our campus through our Campus Cohort program. A select group of students also join us each year through our College Connection program which allows high school juniors and seniors to take regularly scheduled classes with other college students. Options for Nearly Everyone…
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UMUC Europe

UMUC Europe

By Brooke Brown Office of Marketing and Communications, University of Maryland University College Europe July 17, 2013 The University of Maryland University College will continue its 64-year tradition of educating U.S. troops overseas after being awarded a new contract by the Department of Defense. The contract calls for UMUC to offer exclusive undergraduate and graduate instruction at military installations across Europe. UMUC first began sending faculty overseas in 1949 and has continuously served the higher education needs of active duty military…
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Students Degree Audit

Students Degree Audit

That’s where we come in. We’re here to make sure you know how to use your graduation degree audit to help you meet your educational goals with these 6 helpful tips. Understand your degree audit You cannot understand your degree audit without having done at least some degree planning. And the better you understand your degree audit, the more helpful a tool it will be. In short, your college graduation audit compares your coursework with your academic degree program and displays your progress against your degree program’s requirements. What you need…
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NASA for students

NASA for students

The two main goals of NASA education program are to “inspire and motivate students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)” and to “engage the public in NASA’s mission by providing new pathways for participation”. The cited goals are consistent with Strategic Goal to “Share NASA with the public, educators, and students to provide opportunities to participants in our Mission, Foster innovation, and contribute to a strong national economy” (**). In that regard, NASA annually sponsors a large number of students…
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NASA students

NASA students

Steel from youtube video (ReelNASA) A group of NASA interns are on their way to becoming internet sensations after releasing a video called ‘All About that Space.’ The song is a parody of Meghan Trainor’s smash hit ‘All About that Bass.’ Being an intern can be frustrating. At the end of a stint, one’s tea and coffee making skills will have drastically improved. However, the ability to get hands-on experience is often lacking. A group of interns at NASA may have made a career for themselves in the music business if they do not make it in the space…
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Reading Plus students Login

Reading Plus students Login

– Reading Plus, the awarding-winning reading intervention, announced today it now offers districts multiple options to seamlessly integrate their student information systems’ data with the Reading Plus program. These new options will let teachers and students focus time and attention on learning, rather than data management. The new Reading Plus data syncing options will allow districts to securely deploy Reading Plus with current student and teacher enrollments, even as they change throughout the school year. Ad
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Harvard Student email

Harvard Student email

Third-year Harvard Law student Stephanie Grace sent a mass email about whether black people are categorically less intelligent than white people. Now her campus, legal blogs, and the Black Law Students Association are up in arms, and Stephanie is hiding. In the spring of her third and final year at Harvard Law, Stephanie Grace knows she shot herself in the foot. Coming home after a dinner debate with a group of law students over whether race determines intelligence, Stephanie fired off an email to her companions eugenics-lite email screed about…
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Science Websites for students

Science Websites for students

Science isn t boring. It s only presented boringly. We found some great science websites for kids that will not only keep them interested, they re going to learn and start doing experiments. Heck, there s no doubt you ll get hooked too. Another great use of these science websites is that you ll get to do some simulations that just aren t possible (or too dangerous or too expensive) to do in real life. And don t worry, there are a lot of hands-on experiments you can try, too. If you haven t had the chance to visit the real Exploratorium in San Francisco…
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Autodesk Maya Student Edition

Autodesk Maya Student Edition

As a teacher, one thing I can bear witness to is the seemingly haphazard organization of the key polygon mesh modeling tools in Maya – that is, until now. I was constantly sitting with students, pointing to the mesh tools available when the Main Menu Selector (on the upper right of the Maya interface) is set to “polygons”, and telling them that such-and-such a tool must be in there somewhere on the somewhat unorganized Mesh or Edit Mesh dropdowns. A significant improvement. Now, though, there are three dropdowns, as follows: Mesh Edit Mesh Mesh…
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USC students

USC students

The USC Price School of Public Policy invites you to visit USC for an in-depth look at everything our programs have to offer. The Price Student Ambassadors are current students in our undergraduate and graduate programs. These students will meet with you to discuss their experiences with the program, show you around the campus, attend a class, and answer any questions you have about the program. We encourage you to contact our ambassadors to begin learning more about the Price School. The following links provide contact information for our students:…
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Student Login Portal

Student Login Portal

Login help and other assistance with my.tridenttech.edu. What s my Username? Your username is normally your first name and your last name, all one word, all lower case (Ex: susanworks). There are exceptions. If your username is an exception, it has up to a five digit number after your name to make your username unique, (Ex: susanworks4572), this username was included in the letter you received from the Admissions Office. I still don t know my username. What s my Password? Your password is originally set to Aa plus the last 6 digits of your social…
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