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English and Humanities Instructor (9 month)

Salary

$40,551.00 – $52,551.00 Annually

Location

Sanford, NC

Job Type

Full-time Permanent

Division

Academic – Arts, Sciences, & Advising

Job Number

01110

Closing

4/7/2017 11:59 PM Eastern

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Job Description

The Central Carolina Community College 2015-2019 Strategic Plan lists “Learning First” as the primary institutional goal. All faculty and staff are empowered as educators, committed to responsibility for the learning process.
The English and Humanities Instructor (9 month) position will teach on the Lee County campus in Sanford and will include some online duties.  The purpose of an instructor at the Central Carolina Community College is to ensure maximum student learning. The instructor accomplishes this by presenting discipline specific learning outcomes through lecture, demonstration, projects, assignments, appropriate classroom management, etc. and by providing authentic student assessment that documents learning has occurred. 

Essential Duties

1. Teach 18-21 contact hours per semester including in the Writing & Reading Center.
2. Prepare, maintain, and distribute for all scheduled courses current course outlines and syllabi that support accreditation standards as described in the current faculty handbook.
3. Prepare for and meet classes as assigned, promptly evaluate student progress within one week and maintain a safe learning environment.
4. Demonstrate concern for student retention by employing best practice strategies.
5. Serve as student advisor as assigned.
6. Recruit for department/curriculum as assigned by the supervisor.
7. Assist in the annual Compliance Assist Assessment.
8. Assist in maintaining department/curriculum equipment, supplies, and materials, and library and support resources.
9. Assist in registration and orientation as requested by the supervisor.
10. Participate in scheduled and called departmental, faculty, staff meetings and other College activities.
11. Keep supervisor informed of matters pertaining to the curriculum.
12. Assume other duties as requested by the supervisor and the College.
13. Follow policies stated in the policies and procedures manual as it relates to instructor responsibilities.
14. Obtain a Blackboard Level I training as well as maintain a Bb course site for each course taught during the semester.
15. Work the required 35 hours per week and post and hold the required five (5) office hours per week.
16. Serve on College committees as assigned.
17. Plan and participate in articulation activities with public schools and other community
agencies.
18. Complete the annual five-hour staff development requirement.
19. Submit records and forms in a timely fashion as required in the policy and procedures
manual.
20. Encourage and support College activities, policies, procedures, and philosophies.
21. Actively participate in professional organizations.
22. In addition, to support the Central Carolina Community College Strategic Plan focus of Learning First, this individual will serve as a committed, engaged academic advisor for the University Transfer program.

Minimum Requirements

18 graduate semester hours in English, Literature or applied linguistics and Master’s degree OR Master’s degree with a major in English, Literature, or applied linguistics.
Masters (M.A., M.F.A.) in Journalism, Technical Writing, Writing, or Creative Writing may be considered.

Central Carolina Community College provides a comprehensive, affordable insurance and benefits program. We are continuously investigating new benefit offerings that are responsive to the needs of our full-time employees.

  • State Health Plan
  • Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Additional Supplemental Insurances
  • Disability Plan
  • NC Retirement Plan
  • Leave (Vacation, Sick, FMLA, Civil and Military, Education, and Voluntary Shared)
  • Paid Holidays
  • Prior State Service Verification
  • Supplemental Retirement Plan
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • State Employees’ Credit Union
  • State Employees Association of NC (SEANC)
  • Employee Discount Program

**Please note: Most temporary (part-time or full-time) employees do not earn benefits.

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Central Carolina Community College
Address

1105 Kelly Dr

Sanford, North Carolina, 27330

Phone
919-718-7493

Website

http://www.cccc.edu

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    2. COMPANY DOES NOT AND CANNOT CONTROL THE FLOW OF DATA TO OR FROM THE COMPANY SERVICES AND OTHER PORTIONS OF THE INTERNET. SUCH FLOW DEPENDS IN LARGE PART ON THE PERFORMANCE OF INTERNET SERVICES PROVIDED OR CONTROLLED BY THIRD PARTIES. AT TIMES, ACTIONS OR INACTIONS OF SUCH THIRD PARTIES CAN IMPAIR OR DISRUPT YOUR CONNECTIONS TO THE INTERNET (OR PORTIONS THEREOF). ALTHOUGH COMPANY WILL USE COMMERCIALLY REASONABLE EFFORTS TO TAKE ALL ACTIONS IT DEEMS APPROPRIATE TO REMEDY AND AVOID SUCH EVENTS, COMPANY CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT SUCH EVENTS WILL NOT OCCUR. ACCORDINGLY, COMPANY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY RESULTING FROM OR RELATED TO SUCH EVENTS.
    3. COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES, COSTS, EXPENSES OR OTHER CONSEQUENCES INCURRED BY YOU OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY AS A RESULT OF DELAY IN OR INABILITY TO DELIVER ANY WEBSITES DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES OR EVENTS BEYOND COMPANY’S REASONABLE CONTROL, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION: (A) ACTS OF GOD; (B) CHANGES IN OR IN THE INTERPRETATION OF ANY LAW, RULE, REGULATION, OR ORDINANCE; (C) STRIKES, LOCKOUTS, OR OTHER LABOR PROBLEMS; (D) TRANSPORTATION DELAYS; (E) UNAVAILABILITY OF SUPPLIES OR MATERIALS; (F) FIRE OR EXPLOSION; (G) RIOT, MILITARY ACTION, OR USURPED POWER; OR (H) ACTIONS OR FAILURES TO ACT ON THE PART OF A GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITY.
    4. COMPANY DOES NOT ASSUME ANY LEGAL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ACCURACY, COMPLETENESS, OR USEFULNESS OF ANY INFORMATION, APPARATUS, PRODUCT, SOFTWARE, OR PROCESS USED OR DISCLOSED ON THE SERVICES OR ANY OTHER MATERIAL ACCESSIBLE FROM THE SERVICES. COMPANY MAY MAKE MODIFICATIONS AND/OR CHANGES IN THE SERVICES OR IN THE INFORMATION, PROGRAMS, SOFTWARE, AND MATERIALS AVAILABLE ON THE SERVICES AT ANY TIME AND FOR ANY REASON. YOU ASSUME THE SOLE RISK OF MAKING USE AND/OR RELYING ON THE INFORMATION, SERVICES, PROGRAMS, AND MATERIALS AVAILABLE ON THE SERVICES.
  15. Liability Exclusions & Limitations.

    1. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, COMPANY, ITS AFFILIATES, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, SUPPLIERS, AND LICENSORS WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR (A) ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES OR (B) YOUR LOSS OF USE, DATA, BUSINESS, REVENUES, OR PROFITS, OR INABILITY TO USE THE SERVICES ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY RELATED TO THIS AGREEMENT, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY OR UNDER ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY OR CAUSE OF ACTION, OR DUE TO ANY EVENT WHATSOEVER, EVEN IF COMPANY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGES. BECAUSE SOME STATES OR JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IF THIS LIMITATION OF LIABILITY OR THE EXCLUSION OF WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE IS HELD INAPPLICABLE OR UNENFORCEABLE FOR ANY REASON, THEN THE AGGREGATE LIABILITY OF EACH OF COMPANY, ITS AFFILIATES, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, SUPPLIERS, AND LICENSORS, TO YOU FOR ANY TYPE OF DAMAGES SHALL BE LIMITED TO $100.00 USD.
    2. WITHOUT LIMITATION OF THE FOREGOING, EXCEPT FOR DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF COMPANY’S GROSS NEGLIGENCE OR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT, THE TOTAL LIABILITY OF COMPANY, ITS AFFILIATES, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, SUPPLIERS, AND LICENSORS, FOR ANY AND ALL CLAIMS UNDER THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT EXCEED ONE HUNDRED ($100.00) U.S. DOLLARS. THE FOREGOING LIMITATION OF LIABILITY IS CUMULATIVE WITH ALL PAYMENTS FOR CLAIMS OR DAMAGES IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT BEING AGGREGATED TO DETERMINE SATISFACTION OF THE LIMIT. THE EXISTENCE OF ONE OR MORE CLAIMS WILL NOT ENLARGE THE LIMIT. THE PARTIES ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT THIS LIMITATION OF LIABILITY IS AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT OF THE BASIS OF THE BARGAIN BETWEEN THE PARTIES AND SHALL APPLY NOTWITHSTANDING THE FAILURE OF THE ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY. EACH PARTY ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THIS LIMITATION OF LIABILITY REFLECTS AN INFORMED, VOLUNTARY ALLOCATION BETWEEN THE PARTIES OF THE RISKS (KNOWN AND UNKNOWN) THAT MAY EXIST IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT AND HAS BEEN TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT AND REFLECTED IN DETERMINING THE CONSIDERATION TO BE GIVEN BY EACH PARTY UNDER THIS AGREEMENT AND IN THE DECISION BY EACH PARTY TO ENTER INTO THIS AGREEMENT.
  16. Privacy Policy.

    You understand, acknowledge, and agree that the operation of certain programs, services, tools, materials, or information of the Services requires the submission, use, and dissemination of various personal information. Accordingly, if you wish to access and use those programs, services, tools, materials, or information of the Services, you acknowledge and agree that your use of the Services will constitute acceptance of the Governmentjobs.com Privacy Policy. For more detail on information collection and use practices please review the Governmentjobs.com Privacy Policy.

  17. Miscellaneous.

    1. You agree that no joint venture, partnership, employment or agency relationship exists between you and Company as a result of this Agreement or your use of the Services.
    2. Company’s performance of these terms and conditions is subject to existing laws and legal process, and nothing contained in them will diminish Company’s right to comply with law enforcement requests or requirements relating to your use of the Services or information provided to or gathered by Company with respect to such use.
    3. Unless otherwise stipulated by the parties, these terms represent the entire binding agreement between you and Company, and our respective successors and assigns, and supersedes any and all prior understanding, statements, or representations, whether electronic, oral, or written, regarding Company, its Services, or the information thereon. A printed version of this Agreement and of any notice given in electronic form shall be admissible in judicial or administrative proceedings based upon or relating to this agreement to the same extent and subject to the same conditions as other business documents and records originally generated and maintained in printed form.
    4. You may not assign any part of this Agreement without Company’s prior written consent. No waiver of any obligation or right of either party shall be effective unless in writing, executed by the party against whom it is being enforced.
    5. These terms shall be governed by California and relevant federal laws, and irrevocable consent is hereby granted by both parties to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue for any action or dispute in the state and federal courts located in Los Angeles County, California, U.S.A. If the law establishing or otherwise governing the Government Entity expressly requires the Government Entity to enter into contracts under a particular law and/or prohibits any choice of law provision imposing any law other than the law under which the Government Entity is authorized to act, then all “Governing Law” and “Jurisdiction” clauses in this Agreement, and all other provisions related to dispute resolution are deleted. Instead, the Terms shall be governed, interpreted and enforced in accordance with the applicable laws of the Government Entity’s state and jurisdiction shall reside in the courts of such state. Notwithstanding the foregoing sentence, these terms shall be severable and construed to the extent of their enforceability in light of the parties’ mutual intent if deemed at all unenforceable by a competent court. If any clause herein is found illegal, invalid, or unenforceable, the clause shall be modified in compliance with applicable law in a manner that most closely matches the intent of the original language. Given the nature of these terms, you understand and agree that, in addition to money damages, Company will be entitled to equitable relief upon a breach of them by you. Failure by Company to insist on strict performance of any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement will not operate as a waiver by Company of that or any subsequent default or failure of performance.

GovernmentJobs.com privacy policy

Governmentjobs.com, Inc. (dba “NEOGOV” and referred to herein as “Company”) is committed to protecting your privacy and transparency regarding how we use your information. Privacy is considered throughout the entire Company product lifecycle – from inception, to production, and ongoing support.

This document defines Company’s privacy policy for the Services (the “Privacy Policy”) with respect to notices, how information is collected, used, shared, secured, and choices regarding use, consent, access, security and privacy, correction of your information, disclosure to third parties, and information quality. Definitions not explicitly defined herein shall retain the meaning as prescribed in the Govermentjobs.com Terms of Service.

  1. Introduction.

    1. Certain section of this Privacy Policy will apply only where Company (also referred to as “we”, or “us”) is acting as a data controller with respect to your personal data; in other words, where we determine the purposes and means of processing of personal data. Please note, Company is also considered a data processor, rather than a controller, for Customers (as defined in Section 1 of the Terms of Service) that maintain personal information you submit to them. The definition of personal information may depend upon your location.
    2. You can review and enforce your personal data rights through either Governmentjobs.com or Career Pages. However, these rights are limited to where NEOGOV is considered a data controller. Once you submit an application to a Customer, that application becomes the sole property of the Customer.
    3. We use cookies on our website. Insofar as those cookies are not strictly necessary for the provision of our Websites, we will ask you to consent to our use of cookies when you first visit our website.
    4. If you are a Job Seeker, to make applying to future jobs easier, when you apply through a Governmentjobs.com owned and operated website, you create a universal account that persists on www.governmentjobs.com. This account will include your basic profile information. You have the right to delete this account by logging in and following the deletion steps in your account settings. Job Seekers also have universal privacy controls available in the account settings of www.governmentjobs.com
    5. By visiting or using any part of the Services you must explicitly consent to the terms of this Privacy Policy including the rights to collect, use, and disclose certain personal information consistent with the descriptions herein. Your consent is obtained before personal information is transferred to Company or Customers.
    6. We use cookies on our website. Insofar as those cookies are not strictly necessary for the provision of our Services, we will ask you to consent to our use of cookies when you first visit our website.
    7. Our website incorporates privacy controls which allows you to control how we will process your personal data. By using the privacy controls, you can specify whether you would like to receive communications from Customers or limit the processing of your information. For instance, if you are a Job Seeker, to turn off or limit universal settings regarding correspondence you receive from Customers (i.e. potential employers), or to turn off or limit which Customers can preview your Job Seeker Profile, log into your account on www.governmentjobs.com and go to your account settings. Job Seekers can utilize similar privacy controls on a per Customer basis in each Career Page account they create.
    8. This Privacy Policy is incorporated into the Governmentjobs.com Terms of Service , and applies to personal information Company, and Affiliated Companies (entities that control, are controlled by, or are under common control with Governmentjobs.com, Inc.), collect and use on or through the Services, or personal information Company processes for Customers.
    9. Company reserves the right to revise our Privacy Policy to reflect changes in our online information practices or to comply with the law by publishing a new version on our website. In circumstances where changes to this Privacy Policy materially change the way in which we collect or use personal information, the terms of this Privacy Policy, or if personal information is no longer used for a previously named purpose, we will provide you notice. Should you desire to continue your use of the Services after modification of this Privacy Policy, you must consent to the new terms herein prior to your use. You should check this page occasionally to ensure you accept changes to this policy.
    10. If at any time you have questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy, please feel free to E-mail us at [email protected] .
  2. Information You Share with Us and How We Use It.

    We require certain information to provide Services to you and collect certain information while you are on the Services. For example, Job Seekers must have an account in order to apply to a job through Governmentjobs.com or Career Pages. In this Section we set out:

    • general categories of personal data we may process;
    • in the case of personal data that we did not obtain directly from you, the source and specific categories of that data;
    • the purposes for which we may process personal data; and
    • the legal bases of the processing.
    1. Company will collect personal information by lawful and fair means and, where appropriate, with the knowledge or consent of the individual concerned. Personal information will only be collected, used, and retained as necessary for the purposes stated herein for which you have provided explicit consent, or as required by law or regulation. Data will be appropriately disposed of when no longer needed.
    2. Company restricts access to your personal information to essential Company employees and Third Parties on a “need to know” basis. We do not disclose information about your individual visits to GovernmentJobs.com. For personal data subject to the GDPR, we rely on multiple legal bases to process the data, which includes when you have given your consent (which can be revoked by utilizing privacy controls, deleting profile data, or deleting your account), when the processing is necessary to perform a contract (such as the Terms of Service), our legitimate business interests (such as developing the Services), marketing new features or products, proper administration of our website and business, ensuring safety and security, and as required by law.
    3. We may process data about your use of our website and services (“usage data“). Usage data is gathered automatically when you visit the web pages to help us better serve you. This information may include Internet protocol (IP) address, browser type, device ID, cookie information, software and hardware attributes, the pages you visit, referring/exit pages, the files viewed on our site (e.g. HTML pages, graphics, etc.), operating system, date/time stamp, search terms entered on the site, and/or clickstream data to analyze trends in the aggregate and administer the site. We may process this information for internal system administration, to help diagnose problems with our servers, administer our Services, determine data’s country of origin, help prevent fraud, identify clickstreams that led you to our Services, and determine what enhancements to implement.
    4. We may process your account data (“account data“). The account data may include your name, email address, and password. You are the source of the account data provided to us. The account data may be processed for the purposes of providing our services, ensuring the security of our website and services, to detect, investigate and prevent activities that violate our policies or the law, maintaining back-ups of our databases, providing customer support, communicating with you about feature updates and services, and to inform you of other job opportunities, products, and services.
    5. We may process your information included in your Job Seeker or User profile (“profile data“). Profiles can be created independently or while applying to a job. Profiles also can be created by signing up via Facebook. Typical data points within the Job Seeker Profile include: first and last name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, resume, driver’s license, proof of right to work in the United States, work experience, education history, certifications and licenses, applicant skills and languages, personal references, and any other supplemental information added at your sole discretion. Profile data will be processed for your future use of the Services, to allow you to apply or post jobs, where you continue your use of additional services provided by Company or Affiliate Parties (such as receiving correspondence regarding future job opportunities from Customers (i.e. potential employers) or making your Job Seeker Profile available for Customers to review and reach out to you for future job opportunities), and as required or where there is a reasonable belief disclosure is required by law or regulation. Please note, Customers have the option to request additional personal data during the application process that is not requested, owned, or used by Company.
    6. We may process information that you post for publication on our website or through our services (“publication data“). The publication data may be processed for the purposes of enabling such publication and administering our website and services.
    7. We may process information contained in any inquiry you submit to us regarding goods, services, and support (“inquiry data“). The inquiry data may be processed for the purposes of offering, marketing, and providing support services to you.
    8. Company uses service providers and third-parties to help us operate, maintain, and deliver our Services, and to provide additional services such as API’s that enhance the recruitment process. Company may allow these third parties to collect, use, or share your personal information for (i) the identified purposes described herein, (ii) to facilitate your use of the Services, (iii) where you explicitly provide your consent, or (iv) where there is a reasonable belief that disclosure is required by law or regulations. Personal information will not be disclosed to third parties for new uses or purposes unless you have given prior explicit consent. Third parties may include payment processing companies, background check providers, online assessment providers, communication providers, analytics companies, fulfillment companies, and payment processing companies. More specifically:
      • We may allow payment processing companies to process information relating to transactions, including purchases of goods and services, that you enter on the payment processor website (“transaction data“). Where applicable, we may send your name and address to payment processing companies to facilitate your transaction.
      • We may process your information for background check services you choose to participate in for job applications. This data may include a URL to the full background check report (which requires login to the third-party system), current status of the background check report (pending, clear, or review), and your name, zip code, phone number, employment history, education history, and email address to facilitate your use of the service with the background check company. The source of this data is you and the background check company. This data may be processed for the purpose of providing information on the status of the background check and facilitating access to the full report. You have a right to the data the background check company retains on you and you will automatically be provided a copy of your results via e-mail upon completion of background check processing.
      • We may process online assessment information. This data may include assessment scores/percentages, and URLs to the full assessment results (which require login to the third-party system). The source of this data is the online assessment company. This data may be processed for facilitating access to the full assessment and communicating applicant assessment results to you and the Customer who requested administration of the assessment.
    9. We may process information that you provide to us for the purpose of subscribing to our email notifications and/or newsletters (“notification data“). The notification data may be processed for the purposes of sending you the relevant notifications and/or newsletters, providing status on background checks, online assessments, and payment receipts, or providing you information on future job opportunities. You can change your email preferences to control notifications you receive from Company and Customers or unsubscribe from a notification by following instructions contained within the notification itself, or your account settings.
    10. We may share aggregated and de-personalized information (so that personal information is not revealed) with business partners and use machine learning techniques on metadata and cookie data in order to provide Customers with useful insights from the data they collected using Services, to build or enhance features, improve our Services, improve our infrastructure and security, and develop products.
    11. We may process information contained in or relating to any communication that you send to us (“correspondence data”). The correspondence data may include the communication content and metadata associated with the communication. The correspondence data may be processed for the purposes of communicating with you, record-keeping, and to help prevent fraud and abuse.
    12. Company reserves the right to process information if legally required to do so, or at our discretion pursuant to a request from a governmental entity or if we believe in good faith (after considering privacy interests and other factors) that such action is necessary to: meet legal requirements, comply with legal process, protect Company rights, property, or our Affiliated Companies, investigate fraud, prevent a crime or protect national security, or protect the personal safety of users or public. The legal basis for this processing is our legitimate interests, namely the protection and assertion of our legal rights, your legal rights, and the legal rights of others.
    13. We may process certain personal data identified in this policy where necessary for the purposes of obtaining or maintaining insurance coverage, managing risks, or obtaining professional advice.
    14. Company may disclose and transfer personal information to a third party who acquires any or all of Company’s business units, whether this is by way of a merger or purchase of all or a substantial portion of Company assets. This Privacy Policy will apply to your personal information as transferred to the new entity. If Company is the subject of an insolvency proceeding, information retained by Company will be disposed of in a transaction approved by the court. The legal basis for this processing is our legitimate interests, namely the transition services in the event of a merger, purchase, or insolvency.
  3. Information We Share for Partnerships and Integrations.

    1. In the limited circumstances where we disclose personal data, we do so subject to your control, where it’s necessary to provide you our services, or where it is required by law. We enter confidentiality and data processing terms with any party who may process personal data, and we regularly review their standards and practices. On your instruction, if you choose to use one an integration mentioned in Section 2.8, we share information or data with that party to facilitate your use of that API.
    2. We may disclose your personal data to any member of our group of companies (this means our subsidiaries, our ultimate holding company and all its subsidiaries) insofar as reasonably necessary for the purposes, and on the legal bases, set out in this policy.
    3. As previously mentioned in Section 2, financial transactions relating to our website and services are handled by our payment services providers, CyberSource (VISA), JP Morgan Chase, Merchant e-Solutions, Stripe, and Braintree. We will share transaction data with our payment services providers only to the extent necessary for the purposes of processing your payments and dealing with complaints and queries relating to such payments and refunds.
    4. We may disclose your personal data where such disclosure is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which we are subject, or in order to protect your vital interests or the vital interests of another natural person. We may also disclose your personal data where such disclosure is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims, whether in court proceedings or in an administrative or out-of-court procedure.
    5. When you are on the Services, you may be presented the opportunity to visit or link to other websites, including websites by third parties unaffiliated with Company. Company has no relationship or control over these websites. These websites might collect personal information about you, and because this Privacy Policy does not address the information practices of those unaffiliated websites, you should review the privacy policies of such other websites to see how they treat your personal information. Use of such websites are at your own risk.
  4. Information Collected by Customers – Where Company is a Data Processor.

    1. If you are a Job Seeker, certain information requested and collected through the Services is at the direction of Customers. In these instances, Company is a data processor on behalf of a Customer (the data controller). Other than information gathered for your account and Job Seeker Profile (where Company is still the data controller), data collected by Customers through the Services is dependent upon what Customers request of the Job Seeker. Our legal obligations as a data processor are set out in our contracts with Customers or via internet privacy frameworks.
    2. Customers (defined in Section 1 of the Governmentjobs.com Terms of Service) maintain personal information about Job Seekers which is collected from accounts or forms Job Seekers complete, and transactions or communications Job Seekers and Customers have with each other. If you are a Job Seeker, you understand that for job applications you submit to Customers, the respective Customer determines which authorized users (Customer employees such as Human Resource employees) have access to the information you submit, as well as the default data retention periods.
    3. If you apply to a job, make your Job Seeker Profile available for Customers to view, provide information to show interest in a job, or reply to a message from a Customer, you consent to disclosing your information to Customer(s) for their authorized users to complete recruitment and hiring processes and to contact you, including for future job opportunities.
    4. The general personal information processed by Company on behalf of Customers includes: full name, driver’s license, address, resume, cover letter, professional references, date of birth, prior work history, phone number, email, birth date, criminal history, writing samples, transcripts, education history, ethnicity, race, disability status, veteran status, social security number, and nepotism status. Customers have the option to ask for any additional information of applicants and employees. The information received and retained on Company servers is owned solely by the Customer, and Company has no ownership in such information. You should contact the Customer for more information on what information they maintain about you.
  5. About Cookies.

    1. A cookie is a file containing an identifier (a string of letters and numbers) that is sent by a web server to a web browser and is stored by the browser. The identifier is then sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server.
    2. Cookies may be either “persistent” cookies or “session” cookies. A persistent cookie will be stored by a web browser and will remain valid until its set expiry date, unless deleted by the user before the expiry date; a session cookie, on the other hand, will expire at the end of the user session, when the web browser is closed.
    3. Cookies do not typically contain any information that personally identifies a user, but personal information that we store about you may be linked to the information stored in and obtained from cookies
  6. Cookies We Use.

    1. When your browser or device allows it, we use both session cookies and persistent cookies to better understand how you interact with our services, to monitor aggregate usage patterns, and to personalize and otherwise operate our services.
    2. We also use cookies for the following purposes:
      • authentication – to identify you when you visit our website and as you navigate our website;
      • status – to help us to determine if you are logged into our website;
      • personalization – to store information about your preferences and to personalize our website for you;
      • security – as an element of the security measures used to protect user accounts, including preventing fraudulent use of login credentials and to protect our website and services generally;
      • advertising – to help us display advertisements that will be relevant to you;
      • analysis – to help us analyze the use and performance of our website and services.
  7. Cookies Used by Our Third-Party Providers.

    1. Our service providers use cookies and those cookies may be stored on your computer when you visit our Service.
    2. We use Google Analytics to analyze the use of our website. Google Analytics gathers information about website use by means of cookies. The information gathered relating to our website is used to create reports about the use of our website.
    3. We, and other third parties we work with, place cookies when you visit the Services and when you open emails that we send you in order to provide you more specific content about services we or our third-party providers offer. For instance, we publish Google AdSense advertisements on our website. To determine your interests, Google will track your behavior on our website and on other websites across the web using cookies.
  8. Managing Cookies.

    1. Most browsers allow you to refuse to accept cookies and to delete cookies. The methods for doing so vary from browser to browser and from version to version. Please refer to your browser documentation on how to manage your cookies.
    2. Blocking all or some cookies may have a negative impact upon the usability of the Services.
  9. Your Rights.

    1. Certain users (European users in particular) have legal rights to obtain information about whether we hold personal information about them, to access personal information we hold about them, and to obtain its correction, update, amendment, or deletion in appropriate circumstances. Some of these rights may be subject to some exceptions. In particular, your rights may include:
      • Data Access Rights
      • Right to Restrict Processing
      • Right of Rectification
      • Right to Erasure (Right to be Forgotten)
      • Right to Object To Processing
      • Right to Withdraw Consent; and
      • Data Portability Rights

      We will respond to your request to exercise your rights within a reasonable time and no longer than 30 days from receipt of your request. In this section, we have summarized the rights you may have under data protection laws. Some of the rights are complex, and not all of the details have been included in our summaries. Accordingly, you should read the relevant laws and guidance from the regulatory authorities for a full explanation of these rights.

    2. You have the right to confirmation as to whether or not we, or our third-party affiliates, process your personal data and, where we do, access to the personal data. If you are a job applicant, to see whether information on you is retained on Company servers, please click here . In some jurisdictions, applicable law may entitle you to request copies of your personal information held by us and you have the right to receive your personal data from us. However, this right does not apply where it would adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others. You have a right to a copy of your information. You can print a copy of your profile information using your web browser and download your attachments at any time by logging into your account and following the download process.
    3. You have the right to have any inaccurate personal data about you rectified. You can update or delete your Governmentjobs.com Profile at any time. To change or delete information on your Job Seeker Profile or within your account, login to Governmentjobs.com and follow the prompts to either “update my profile” or “delete my profile.” For inquiries related to resetting your account contact support at: [email protected] .
    4. In some circumstances you have the right to the erasure of your personal data without undue delay. Those circumstances include: the personal data is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed; you withdraw consent to consent-based processing; you object to the processing under certain rules of applicable data protection law; and the personal data has been unlawfully processed. However, there are exclusions of the right to erasure. You have the option to change and delete your personal information in your active account at any time.
    5. In some circumstances you have the right to restrict or object to the processing of your personal data. Those circumstances are: you contest the accuracy of the personal data; processing is unlawful, but you oppose erasure; we no longer need the personal data for the purposes of our processing, but you require personal data for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims; and you have objected to processing, pending the verification of that objection. Where processing has been restricted on this basis, we may continue to store your personal data. However, we will only otherwise process it: with your consent; for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims; for the protection of the rights of another natural or legal person; or for reasons of important public interest. You have the right to object to our processing of your personal data on grounds relating to your situation, but only to the extent that the legal basis for the processing is that the processing is necessary for: the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of any official authority vested in us; or the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by us or by a third party. If you make such an objection, we will cease to process the personal information unless we can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for the processing which override your interests, rights, and freedoms, or the processing is for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims.
    6. In some instances, if you consider that our processing of your personal information infringes data protection laws, you have a legal right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority responsible for data protection.
    7. To the extent that the legal basis for our processing of your personal information is consent, you have the right to withdraw that consent at any time. If you do not want your account and profile information to be collected, used, maintained, or shared as described by this policy, you may revoke your consent by deleting your account or profile information. However, should you revoke your consent to this Privacy Policy by deleting your account, your Profile information will be removed from our Services as well as any personal information shared with third party affiliates listed in Section 2.8, and you may not access or utilize the Company Services until you consent to this Privacy Policy again. Withdrawal will not affect the lawfulness of processing before the withdrawal, nor will it remove copies of applications you previously submit to Customers. Job Seekers can also toggle consent using the privacy controls found in either their account settings, or within correspondence you receive. If you are a Job Seeker, you can specify whether you would like to receive messages, limit which Customers can preview your Job Seeker Profile, or limit the processing of your information. To turn off or limit messages you receive from Customers (i.e. employers or potential employers), or limit which Customers can preview your Job Seeker Profile, you can log into either your www.governmentjobs.com for universal settings, or your Career Pages account for employer specific settings.
    8. Although you may submit applications to Customers through the Services, upon submission, the application becomes the property of the Customer (the Data Controller). Company is a data processor of Customer information in this regard. Customers store personal information they receive from applicants and employees on Company servers. Customers control the type(s) of information requested of applicants and employees, and how long such information is retained. This information is exclusively Customer property and Company maintains no rights to such data. Therefore, if you are a Job Seeker and would like to access, review, or correct your personal information that you submit to a Customer using the Services, you should contact the Customer with any such inquiry. Company will cooperate with such inquiry to the extent it is permitted under Company’s confidentiality and privacy obligations.
  10. Retention, Deletion, And Removal.

    1. This Section sets out our data retention policies and procedure, which are designed to help ensure that we comply with our legal obligations in relation to the retention and deletion of personal data.
    2. Personal data that we process for any purpose or purposes shall not be kept for longer than is necessary for that purpose or those purposes. More specifically, where Company is considered the Data Controller. Company retains your information for as long as your account is active or as needed to provide you services, comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements. Upon your deletion of any data point within the account or Profile, it will be removed from the Company database server.
    3. Notwithstanding the other provisions of this Section, we may retain your personal data where such retention is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which we are subject, or in order to protect your vital interests or the vital interests of another natural person.
    4. Company shall dispose of your personal information in a manner designed to ensure that it cannot be reconstructed or read.
  11. Data Security and Integrity.

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The ancient Romans had many contributions that were important to the western civilization. Some of their contributions include the aqueducts, public baths, markets, and juries. The Romans were also the greatest builders of the ancient western world. They created a legacy that proved to be as dominant as it was long lasting and many roman principles are embodied in their modern instructions. The Romans made varies of contributions to the Western Civilization, but a few are the most important of all. Rome was the most important civilization to the Western World. It had left a great legacy behind by paving the road for the spread of Christianity, forming the basis for the republic, and allowing for a widespread diffusion of culture. In

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(Chisp, 2007, pg 8) From the earliest years of the Republic, the Romans fought to defend themselves against their neighbors and to extend their territory. The Romans were tough fighters, but they were also politically astute, making military alliances with other cities in order to bring them under Roman control. (Chisp, 2007 pg. 14) Several years ago, the Romans claimed that their city had been founded in 753 B.C.E by Romulus, son of Mars, the god of war. After ruling for 40 years as Rome’s first king, Romulus was believed to have been carried away into the sky, where he became a god. Romans were proud of their city that they were sure that the gods must have had a hand in its birth. (Chrisp, 2007 pg. 10) The Romans were proud of the works they had done especially their architecture. The Romans built some incredible buildings. According to the Encyclopedia, The origins of Roman architecture can be traced to the Etruscans, who migrated from Asia Minor to Italy in the 12th cent. B.C. What little is known about their architecture has been ascertained from clay models and tomb interiors. Etruscan architecture is thought to have derived from prototypes found in the nearby Greek colonies in southern Italy established during the 8th and 7th cent. B.C. The Etruscans are thought to have used arches and vaults in their later architecture. (Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 2009, 6Th edition, p1-2, 2p) The sequence of buildings in Rome

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There is no doubt that Western civilization has caused a unique industrial revolution in life of the world, which has become a science and technology revolution. Transformation of nature on the planet has entered a new stage, which is characterized by avalanche unpredictable progress.

Since the beginning of mankind, there is a constant scientific and technological progress due to the development of the human mind. If we consider the development of man from the beginning, we will notice a trend. Initially, human was engaged in gathering, ie, he gathered berries. Humans used and gathered what was grown by nature, not by him. Then people discovered that they could grow any grains and legumes to provide themselves with food. He began creating special tools to cultivate the land. Later, people began to create a variety of tools for farming, hunting, etc. (Zsinka, 2014).

With the development of crafts, people have got more opportunities for existence, they could provide themselves with everything they needed: food, dishes, clothes, etc. The same trend can be observed during the development of industry. With the development of industry, people have improved their achievements. They create better goods that meet the needs of humanity. People constantly improve themselves and everything around to simplify the life.

In the 20th century, science and technology began to play the role of the main engines of economic and social development. Scientific-technical revolution became a support vector of historical dynamics. For those who enjoyed it to the maximum extent, it gave strength, which at the end of the 20th century was the measure of success of the country and the people. Economic and military power of the state, complemented by a high standard of living, which are based on NTP, actually puts it ahead in the forefront, provides advantages in the global arena (Perl, 2011).

Western civilization is a special type of civilization (culture), which historically emerged in Western Europe and in the last century endured a specific process of social modernization (Bowden, 2011). Western civilization is associated with the progressive development and constant changes in a person’s life. It appeared in ancient Greece and ancient Rome. The first stage of its development, called “ancient civilization”, was marked by the emergence of the core values of the Western type of society: private ownership, private industry, market-oriented; the first sample of democracy – democracy, however, was limited; republican form of government. It created the foundations of civil society to ensure the rights and freedom of the individual, as well as a system of social and cultural principles that contribute to the mobilization of creativity and development of the individual.

The next stage in the development of Western civilization is connected with Europe and Christianity. The Reformation gave rise to a new trend in Christianity – Protestantism, which became the spiritual foundation of Western civilization. The main value of this civilization is the individual freedom of choice in all spheres of life. It was directly connected with the development of specific European type of personality that emerged during the Renaissance. “The individual becomes tragically responsible not only for approximation and removal from the Supreme, but also for the choice of what he, that individual, considers the Supreme…” (Fitzgerald, 2002).

According to Weber, rationality became the most important independent value of the West. Public consciousness is rational, free of religious dogma in solving practical problems, pragmatical, but the scope of application of Christian values is a social morality of not only his personal life, but also of business ethics (Zafirovski, 2011).

In the era of geographical discoveries and colonial wars, Europe extended its type of development in other regions of the world. For the first time, mankind, due to the global spread of Western values and institutions (16-19 centuries), was really integrated into the framework of the world-embracing system of connections. By the end of the 19th-early 20th century, these values and institutions became dominant in the world and continued to define the main features of the face of the Earth in this century until very recently.

The main content of civilization process in the 20th century was the tendency to the formation of the historical structures of the universal world civilization. Processes taking place in the 20th century in the West became global, directly affecting all nations, all other civilizations, who were forced to seek an answer to the historical challenge of the West. That challenge was perceived in a particular form of reality as an imperative of modernization. In this situation, the question of the relationship between modernization and westernization became central to the vast majority of humanity of non-Western world (Lin, 2010).

In the second half of the 20th century, the world was developing under the influence of scientific and technological revolution (STR), which is usually understood as a qualitative transformation of modern productive forces on the basis of science and technology. STR began in the 30s of the 20th century and received a powerful acceleration during the Second World War and the Cold War.

There were found new sources of energy – nuclear, solar-powered, wind power plants. People started using new artificial materials – nylon, plastic, etc. Automation has changed the nature of work and the place of man in the production process. The emergence of cybernetics has created logistical base for the scientific management of social processes. Industries such as electronics, petrochemicals, nuclear energy, the overall mechanization and automation of production came to the fore. People started exploring space and underwater world. STR has led to the release of new types of products, introduction of new technologies and new tools. Dissemination of scientific and technological revolution was not confined to industry, transport, communications, and energy. STR rapidly invaded other areas of life, such as trade, monetary system, education, management (Milke, 2012).

Today technology intrudes into all areas of society: from economics to sports and leisure, it affects interpersonal relationships, changes the structure and hierarchy of values, and determines characteristics of the modern individual.

With the help of technology people create a new world, both real and virtual, make technical objects (car, computer) the main objects of attention, replacing natural communication with their people. Technology has multiplied power and possibilities of man. At the same time, it has brought a host of new problems, spawned sharp contradictions, has become one of the causes of the crisis of civilization (Hunt, 2008). Public opposition to the construction of nuclear power plants, chemical, pulp and paper mills can be considered a reaction to the scientific and technological progress. Sometimes they are expressed in a very extravagant form. For example, American farmers Mennonites abandoned agricultural machinery and plow with the help of horses (Zsinka, 2014).

Technical progress can not be stopped. Ultimately, it defines the socio-economic development of society and the standard of living. Development of civilization depends on how rapidly scientific and technological progress develops. Enhancing the role of science and technology in modern society actualizes the moral responsibility of the scientist for the consequences of his discoveries. It is known that many nuclear scientists involved in the development of atomic weapons, warned the world about the catastrophic consequences of its application.

In our time, humanity has great losses, both human and material, as a result of technical failures and accidents. Though, not only technique is to be blamed. People controlling it usually make mistakes, which lead to tragedies. The root cause of the negative impact of technology on the human need should be looked for not so much in it, as in man, in social relations, in the ways of solving economic and other issues, ways to meet social and individual needs.

Mankind has invented drugs and alcohol, which are widely used in medicine and industry; but they also created the conditions for such phenomena as drug addiction and alcoholism, providing mass human losses comparable with wars (Huff, 2014).

Transformation of science into a direct productive force of society does not mean that science is transformed into its fourth element. This only shows that science most significantly and positively affects every element of the productive forces of society, thereby converting and amplifying them. Results of research eventually lead to the improvement and the emergence of innovative instruments and objects of labor, raise the level of knowledge and skills of the workforce, which in turn provides the basis for the transformation and growth of the productive forces of society, and ultimately – for economic development.

As to such a feature of modern scientific and technological revolution, as the priority development of science in comparison with the equipment and technology, it is of fundamental importance in the present conditions. Countries and large economic entities gain the possibility to predict and plan the creation of such equipment and technology, which will ensure the implementation of strategic plans in the field of economic development and solving social problems.

Acceleration of STP has great economic and social importance for any country in the world. Perhaps there is no more powerful and strong factor, which has such a significant effect on all economic and social processes.

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Magneto is one of the most powerful mutants in the X-Men cinematic universe. Born and raised by Jewish parents in Nazi-occupied Europe, this man’s disturbing past lead him to becoming one of the X-Men’s most powerful enemies.He has been portrayed extraordinarily by both Sir Ian McKellen and Michael Fassbender at different stages of his life. As a result, he’s accrued a number of memorable moments. Today we are going to be counting down some of his best. So without further ado, this is Magneto’s ten greatest movie scenes…
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Founded as a public institution in 1907, East Carolina University ranks 181st on U.S. News and World Report’s “Best National Universities” list and offers a wide range of programs to more than 21,000 students seeking undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees. Students searching for accredited healthcare degree programs in North Carolina can look to East Carolina University for thorough instruction, affordable in-state tuition and a decent faculty-to-student ratio of 18:1. The Department of Public Health under East Carolina University’s Brody School of Medicine offers a comprehensive Master of Public Health program designed to prepare students for top careers within the field of health administration.

Master of Public Health (MPH)

Public health professionals need a strong grounding in several health industry disciplines, and the Master of Public Health degree program offered by East Carolina University will help students develop this grounding through the course requirements. The master’s program requires completion of 45 semester hours spread out as follows: 24 credits of core courses, nine credits of courses related to the student’s specific concentration, six credits on a research paper and internship, and six credits of electives. Students may enroll in the program on a part-time or full-time basis, and full-time students typically complete the program within two to four years. Students have the option to take many of the required courses during the late afternoon and evening, which is ideal for students with busy schedules. All students must complete a field placement in order to gain the necessary experience required of public health professionals, but some students may be able to waive this requirement with advisor approval.

Accreditation

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Greenville, NC 27834

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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Gillings School of Global Public Health

Opened officially to students in 1795, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill boasts a unique distinction as being the nation’s first public university and a long-standing history of offering academically rigorous programs to the nation’s top-performing students. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill also makes education affordable with its unique Carolina Covenant program for low-income students, which allows students to graduate debt-free by participating in work-study opportunities and applying for grants instead of loans. For students interested in health administration careers, the university offers three programs at the graduate level that specialize in public health and healthcare administration.

Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH)

Chapel Hill offers three programs under what they call the “Residential Master’s Curriculum” of the Gillings School of Global Public Health: a Master of Science in Public Health, a Master of Healthcare Administration, and a Master of Public Health. The Master of Science in Public Health teaches students how to analyze, develop and implement health policies at the public and private levels. This program prepares students for careers in public policy, research and organizational advocacy. Designed for professionals, this graduate program offers in-depth courses on a variety of topics within the public health field such as epidemiology, health law and economics, and techniques for evaluating health care. The MSPH program requires the completion of 60 semester hours covering core classes and electives, and students will complete internships and professional papers in conjunction with their coursework requirements. At the end of the program, students will also sit for a comprehensive exam.

Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)

For students who already hold management positions or those who possess work experience within the health industry, UNC Chapel Hill offers a Master of Healthcare Administration degree program designed for professionals who hope to advance their careers by enrolling in accredited healthcare degree programs in North Carolina. The MHA centers on providing the advanced training and theories needed to progress in the healthcare industry. Students who enroll in this program typically already understand the industry and are hoping to advance their position, but the program is open to people with limited experience. Chapel Hill encourages students with limited experience to enroll in the distance-learning version of this program so that they can continue to gain valuable work experience; the school recommends the same approach to professionals who want to continue working full-time during school. Like the MSPH program, the MHA degree requires 60 semester hours, an internship and an extensive research paper as well as a comprehensive final exam.

Master of Public Health (MPH)

Degree programs don’t always follow a linear progression, and in this case the Master of Public Health program offered by UNC Chapel Hill is designed for students who already hold doctoral degrees such as a J.D., Ph.D. or M.D. degree. Like other public health degrees, students will gain a better understanding of healthcare management and how policy affects hospitals and other institutions within the medical community. Unlike other graduate-level public health programs, the students enrolled here already have a strong basis of knowledge when it comes to the ways hospitals and healthcare facilities work. UNC Chapel Hill also allows students who are working toward a doctoral degree to earn an MPH degree simultaneously by completing the necessary requirements for each program. The Master of Public Health degree requires 42 semester hours divided into core classes and electives along with a six-week internship program. Students must also complete a course on professional training and a final paper.

Accreditation

  • The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
  • The Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)

Contact

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health

170 Rosenau Hall, CB #7400

135 Dauer Drive

Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7400

Phone: (919) 843-0908

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://sph.unc.edu

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

College of Health and Human Services

Despite the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s relatively short history dating back to 1946, this large urban public school offers a wide range of degrees and programs to more than 26,000 students each year. In just over 60 years, the university has grown into a premier North Carolina university that ranks number 201 on U.S. News and World Report’s “Best National Universities” list. Students seeking accredited healthcare degree programs in North Carolina will find exciting opportunities in one of the school’s two graduate-level programs offered by the school’s College of Health and Human Services under the direction of the Department of Public Health Sciences.

Master of Health Administration (MHA)

UNC Charlotte’s Master of Health Administration program seeks to prepare students for rewarding careers in the health administration field by using an interdisciplinary approach that combines faculty and instructional methods with a diverse range of disciplines and experiences. The program centers on core subjects necessary for pursuing a career in this industry: quantitative methods, accounting and finance, epidemiology, marketing, and strategic management, among others. Students will complete at least 51 credit hours to earn the degree. Of these 51 hours, 45 must come from core courses, three must come from an internship, and the remaining six must come from electives. Students who pursue the MHA program can combine their degree with other disciplines in a dual-degree program in order to develop better specialization in the industry. UNC Charlotte offers the program primarily during the evenings at two locations, and students can complete the program on a full- or part-time basis.

Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH)

Students who plan to pursue careers as health professionals or to lead hospitals and other similar facilities in effective health management will appreciate the Master of Science in Public Health offered by UNC Charlotte’s Department of Public Health Sciences. The program offers detailed instruction on topics related to the public health industry while encouraging students to hone their skills as leaders in a variety of settings such as health facilities, government agencies, and hospitals. Educational objectives include the development of crucial critical thinking skills and analytical abilities within the context of health care decision-making. The MSPH program requires the completion of 45 credit hours divided as follows: 21 core credit hours, nine credit hours of specialty courses, six to nine credit hours of electives, a capstone or thesis worth three to six credits, and an internship worth three credits. Full-time students typically complete the MSPH degree program within five semesters.

Accreditation

  • The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
  • The Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)
  • The Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME)

Contact

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Public Health Sciences

9201 University City Boulevard

Charlotte NC 28223

Phone: (704) 687-7191

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://publichealth.uncc.edu/degrees-and-programs/phs-graduate-programs

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

UNCG School of Nursing / Bryan School of Business

Coming in at number 190 on U.S. News and World Report’s “Best National Universities” list, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro enjoys a long history of providing quality education since its founding as a public university in 1891. More than 17,500 students attend the university in person with an additional 900 distance-learners enjoying relatively small classes taught by experienced faculty members. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is one of the original members of the UNC system in North Carolina, and students enrolled in the school’s (Department) will find an excellent dual program for health administration at the graduate level.

Master of Science in Nursing / Master of Business Administration in Health Management

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro takes a different approach to health administration. Rather than concentrating the program into a business degree, the university’s School of Nursing offers a dual degree program that combines elements of the Master of Science in Nursing with the Master of Business Administration in Health Management. Students will apply for this program through the School of Nursing, and many of the courses center on topics relevant to both nursing and health administration careers. The program requires the completion of 62 credit hours covering a broad range of graduate-level professional courses such as the economics of health care, integrative business, quantitative analysis, and organizational leadership and management. Students will take courses that range from theoretical analyses of modern health care topics to technology-driven courses that prepare them for careers in a fast-paced environment. Within the program, students will also take specialty courses to focus on areas that particularly interest them.

Accreditation

  • The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

Contact

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

UNCG School of Nursing

P.O. Box 26170

Greensboro, NC 27402-6170

Phone: (336) 334-5261

Email: [email protected]

Website:  http://nursing.uncg.edu/MastersProgram/MSNMBA.php

In 2013, Forbes ranked the public health profession as number six on its list of the best careers for earning a master’s degree, and it’s no surprise why: According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, health administration professionals enjoy a median income of $88,580 and can expect a 23 percent increase in jobs by 2022. Any one of the accredited healthcare degree programs in North Carolina outlined above will help propel students into this rewarding career.

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By Wesley Gray, PhD |2017-08-28T07:28:20+00:00July 23rd, 2011| Factor Investing , Research Insights |

Ed Altman is simply a legend.

Everyone in finance is familiar with the Altman Z-Score and many analysts use it religiously–despite the fact there has been 50 years worth of research suggesting there are better methods. The Altman Z-Score kinda reminds me of the CAPM: the CAPM has been shown to not be very effective , and yet, everyone still uses it?

Nonetheless, Prof. Altman single handily created an empire based on his original 1968 book/research on predicting corporate bankruptcy .

Prof. Altman went ahead and outdid himself with his new ZETA score :

The point of this post is to highlight some recent research that concocts a model that predicts better than the Altman-Z AND is relatively straight forward to implement (at least relative to the ZETA score, which is proprietary and involves a lot of leg work to reverse engineer).

Before we begin, here are some recent models showing that Altman-Z is dead:

  • Shumway (2001)
    • Shows that half of the variables included in Altman-Z are no longer predictive of bankruptcy–ouch.
    • He also identifies a model that trumps the Altman-Z in out of sample tests–double ouch.
  • Chava and Jarrow (2004)
    • Verify with expanded data that Altman’s model sucks vs. Shumway’s model.
    • Determine that controlling for industry effects can significantly improve bankruptcy prediction models.

What does this paper add to the party?

The authors devise a model that ends up improving the forecast accuracy by 16% compared to Shumway and Chava and Jarrow’s models (which in turns mean it is way better than Altman-Z).

Here is how they set up their prediction variables:

  • profitability measure=weighted average (quarter’s Net income/MTA)(1)
    • MTA=Market value of total assets=book value of liabilities +market cap.
  • leverage measure=Total liabilities/MTA
  • short-term liquidity=cash & equivalents/MTA
  • Recent relative performance=weighted average(log(1+stock’s return)-log(1+S&P 500 return)
  • Recent volatility=annualized stock’s standard deviation over the previous 3 months
  • Relative size=log(stock market cap / S&P 500 total market value)
  • Overvaluation factor=MTA/adjusted book value, where adjusted book value=book value+.1*(market cap-book value)
  • Stock price level=Log(recent stock price), capped at $15, so a firm with a stock price of $20, would be given a value of log(15) instead of log(20).
Here is the “explanation” from the text:

What the authors meant to say is that their weighted average is simply calculated as follows:
.5333* t+.2666*t-1+.1333*t-2+.0666*t-3.

Here is a table comparing the stats on the various measures above for the universe of firms and for firms that have failed:

The results are hypothetical results and are NOT an indicator of future results and do NOT represent returns that any investor actually attained. Indexes are unmanaged, do not reflect management or trading fees, and one cannot invest directly in an index. Additional information regarding the construction of these results is available upon request.

It certainly seems that the variables are capturing something regarding failed firms!

So how do we go about predicting bankruptcy/failure? Behold the magical distress formula:

After running some logistic regressions the authors determine that their model beats the best alternatives out there over a variety of time periods:

The results are hypothetical results and are NOT an indicator of future results and do NOT represent returns that any investor actually attained. Indexes are unmanaged, do not reflect management or trading fees, and one cannot invest directly in an index. Additional information regarding the construction of these results is available upon request.

The results are hypothetical results and are NOT an indicator of future results and do NOT represent returns that any investor actually attained. Indexes are unmanaged, do not reflect management or trading fees, and one cannot invest directly in an index. Additional information regarding the construction of these results is available upon request.

Here are the results from the logistic regression:

If you forgot to get a PhD in some quantitative field and you are not sure how to use these regression results, here is a quick background on logistic regression s:

  • Calculate the following:
    • Logit=-8.87-.09*PRICE+MB*.07-.005*RSIZE+1.55*SIGMA-7.88*EXRETAVG-2.27*CASHMTA+1.6*TLMTA-20.12*NIMTAAVG
    • P=probability of failure=1/(1+exp-(logit))

Once you have calculated your P’s you are ready to predict which firms are likely to go bankrupt. So how might one use this information? Well, if you could predict which firms are going bankrupt–assuming the market hasn’t already priced in a bankruptcy–you might be able to make some money. Let’s see.

Here are results of sorting portfolios based on “P”  every January and holding stocks for one year.

The results are hypothetical results and are NOT an indicator of future results and do NOT represent returns that any investor actually attained. Indexes are unmanaged, do not reflect management or trading fees, and one cannot invest directly in an index. Additional information regarding the construction of these results is available upon request.

Pretty wild, eh? Stocks with low probabilities of failure do well, but from a statistical standpoint, it is hard to say if there is any alpha. However, check out the high probability of default firms–wow–negative alphas galore!

We’re getting closer to affording our gold-plated Mercedes!

Investment Strategy

Strategy 1:

  1. Stop using Altman-Z to predict bankruptcy

Strategy 2:

  1. Calculate logits using the estimates from table 2
  2. Calculate the probability (P from above) of bankruptcy using the logit figures calculated in 1.
  3. Go long low P firms, and WAY short high P firms.
  4. Make money.

To juice up strategy 2:

  1. Focus on distressed firms in the extreme growth and value categories (see below)

The results are hypothetical results and are NOT an indicator of future results and do NOT represent returns that any investor actually attained. Indexes are unmanaged, do not reflect management or trading fees, and one cannot invest directly in an index. Additional information regarding the construction of these results is available upon request.

Commentary:

I’ve been playing with the ‘financial quality’ variables for one of our in-house ‘value factor’ models recently (every quant shop has to have one, right?). I’ll admit it, we were using Altman-Z as a component of that variable, but after doing some research I’m sh&$canning Altman-Z and going test this model out instead. No disrespect to Prof. Altman, but when the evidence shows something works better, why not use it?


Predicting Financial Distress and the Performance of Distressed Stocks

  • John Y. Campbell, Jens Hilscher, and Jan Szilagyi
  • A version of the paper can be found here . ( Here is the Journal of Finance version)

Abstract

In this paper we consider the measurement and pricing of distress risk. We present a model of corporate failure in which accounting and market-based measures forecast the likelihood of future financial distress. Our best model is more accurate than leading alternative measures of corporate failure risk. We then use our measure of financial distress to examine the performance of distressed stocks from 1981 to 2008.We find that distressed stocks have highly variable returns and high market betas and that they tend to underperform safe stocks by more at times of high market volatility and risk aversion. However, investors in distressed stocks have not been rewarded for bearing these risks. Instead, distressed stocks have had very low returns, both relative to the market and after adjusting for their high risk. The underperformance of distressed stocks is present in all size and value quintiles. It is lower for stocks with low analyst coverage and institutional holdings, which suggests that information or arbitrage-related frictions may be partly responsible for the underperformance of distressed stocks.

Data Sources

The study covers the 1963-2008 time period. Data come from Compustat and CRSP. Data on failures come from Kamakura Risk Information Services .


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Wes Gray has published multiple academic papers and four books, including Quantitative Value (Wiley, 2012), DIY Financial Advisor (Wiley, 2015), and Quantitative Momentum (Wiley, 2016).After serving as a Captain in the United States Marine Corps, Dr. Gray earned an MBA and a PhD in finance from the University of Chicago where he studied under Nobel Prize Winner Eugene Fama. Next, Wes took an academic job in his wife’s hometown of Philadelphia and worked as a finance professor at Drexel University. Dr. Gray’s interest in bridging the research gap between academia and industry led him to found Alpha Architect, an asset management firm that delivers affordable active exposures for tax-sensitive investors. He is a contributor to multiple industry publications and regularly speaks to professional investor groups across the country. Wes currently resides in the suburbs of Philadelphia with his wife and three children.

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#1 Florida International University

This highly ranked program – ranked #16 among all no GMAT online MBA programs by US News and World Report – offers you an MBA with a focus on healthcare administration. With this degree, you will be able to qualify to lead the administration of many departments on small or large health care facilities.

With a few years of experience, you may eventually be able to administer the entire medical facility with this administrative-focused MBA.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: $762
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA with a Specialization in Healthcare Administration

#2 Wilmington University

This university offers an MBA in Healthcare Administration. In this accredited online program, you will learn about analysis of decision making related to healthcare administration. Also, you will demonstrate and learn knowledge in the areas of health policy, insurance and reimbursement. Classes include, managerial accounting, quantitative business analysis, financial management and business strategy.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: IACBE
  • Per Credit Hour: $424
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA with a Specialization in Healthcare Administration
  • School Site: Tuition | Financial Aid

#3 Northeastern University

This university offers an online MBA with a specialty in Healthcare Management. It will help you to really grasp the ongoing evolution of the US health care industry. You will be able to compare some of the most recent health care policies and changes in the US health care system. You will discover how changes made in one part of health care management and policy affect the other parts.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: Inquire
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA with a Specialization in Healthcare Management
  • School Site: Northeastern University

#4 Hofstra University

This online, no GMAT MBA program offers a focus on Strategic Healthcare Management, which can put you in line for some top tier healthcare management positions. This program boasts small class sizes, and a comprehensive digital classroom online that makes interaction easy with faculty and other students. The classes are taught by some of the top MBA healthcare faculty in the world, and many of them have won awards for their teaching and business skills.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: $67,000 for the entire program
  • GRE/GMAT Required: Waived in some circumstances
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA with a Specialization in Strategic Healthcare Management
  • School Site: Tuition | Financial Aid

#5 Florida Atlantic University

With an online MBA from this respected online university, you will have the skills and education to excel in a career in health care management. One of the big advantages of this cohort-based online MBA is that each student can tailor his or her program specifically to their career goals. This program offers an impressive 70 elective courses, which allows you to microfocus on the area of management of health care that is of most interest to you.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: $369 in state; $1024 out of state
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA in Health Administration
  • School Site: Tuition | Financial Aid

#6 Ohio University

Today’s business healthcare marketplace is very competitive, complex and challenging economically. That is why having the best MBA level leadership skills and knowledge are so important. This new online MBA program from Ohio University offers you the best education in strategic leadership and professional development.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: $33,915 total tuition in state; $34,580 out of state
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA in Health Care
  • School Site: Tuition | Financial Aid

#7 Walden University

This online MBA program offers you a specialization in Healthcare Management. It will give you a complete understanding of the structure and components of health services, as well as the US health care delivery system. You will study how to apply economic principles to health care managerial decision processes. Also, you will learn about the essential accounting and finance functions in modern healthcare organizations.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: The Higher Learning Commission
  • Per Credit Hour: $670 per credit hour
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA in Healthcare Management
  • School Site: Walden University

#8 Western Governor’s University

This online, no GMAT MBA program in Healthcare Management will provide you with the best opportunities for advancement in your healthcare business career. You will be provided with the knowledge and skills that you need to earn well compensated jobs in many types of health care facilities. It is ideal for an experienced healthcare professional who wants to learn more advanced business skills.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
  • Per Credit Hour: $2890 per six month term
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA in Healthcare Management
  • School Site: Western Governors University

#9 Cleveland State University

With this online MBA in Healthcare Administration, you will be able to accelerate your management career as you learn the latest skills in the management and delivery of modern health care services. You will learn essential skills that are essential to work in health care planning, administration, long term care and policy analysis.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
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  • GRE/GMAT Required:  Waived in some instances
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  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA in Health Administration
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#1 Florida International University

This highly ranked program – ranked #16 among all no GMAT online MBA programs by US News and World Report – offers you an MBA with a focus on healthcare administration. With this degree, you will be able to qualify to lead the administration of many departments on small or large health care facilities.

With a few years of experience, you may eventually be able to administer the entire medical facility with this administrative-focused MBA.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: $762
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA with a Specialization in Healthcare Administration

#2 Wilmington University

This university offers an MBA in Healthcare Administration. In this accredited online program, you will learn about analysis of decision making related to healthcare administration. Also, you will demonstrate and learn knowledge in the areas of health policy, insurance and reimbursement. Classes include, managerial accounting, quantitative business analysis, financial management and business strategy.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: IACBE
  • Per Credit Hour: $424
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA with a Specialization in Healthcare Administration
  • School Site: Tuition | Financial Aid

#3 Northeastern University

This university offers an online MBA with a specialty in Healthcare Management. It will help you to really grasp the ongoing evolution of the US health care industry. You will be able to compare some of the most recent health care policies and changes in the US health care system. You will discover how changes made in one part of health care management and policy affect the other parts.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: Inquire
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA with a Specialization in Healthcare Management
  • School Site: Northeastern University

#4 Hofstra University

This online, no GMAT MBA program offers a focus on Strategic Healthcare Management, which can put you in line for some top tier healthcare management positions. This program boasts small class sizes, and a comprehensive digital classroom online that makes interaction easy with faculty and other students. The classes are taught by some of the top MBA healthcare faculty in the world, and many of them have won awards for their teaching and business skills.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: $67,000 for the entire program
  • GRE/GMAT Required: Waived in some circumstances
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA with a Specialization in Strategic Healthcare Management
  • School Site: Tuition | Financial Aid

#5 Florida Atlantic University

With an online MBA from this respected online university, you will have the skills and education to excel in a career in health care management. One of the big advantages of this cohort-based online MBA is that each student can tailor his or her program specifically to their career goals. This program offers an impressive 70 elective courses, which allows you to microfocus on the area of management of health care that is of most interest to you.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: $369 in state; $1024 out of state
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA in Health Administration
  • School Site: Tuition | Financial Aid

#6 Ohio University

Today’s business healthcare marketplace is very competitive, complex and challenging economically. That is why having the best MBA level leadership skills and knowledge are so important. This new online MBA program from Ohio University offers you the best education in strategic leadership and professional development.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: $33,915 total tuition in state; $34,580 out of state
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA in Health Care
  • School Site: Tuition | Financial Aid

#7 Walden University

This online MBA program offers you a specialization in Healthcare Management. It will give you a complete understanding of the structure and components of health services, as well as the US health care delivery system. You will study how to apply economic principles to health care managerial decision processes. Also, you will learn about the essential accounting and finance functions in modern healthcare organizations.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: The Higher Learning Commission
  • Per Credit Hour: $670 per credit hour
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA in Healthcare Management
  • School Site: Walden University

#8 Western Governor’s University

This online, no GMAT MBA program in Healthcare Management will provide you with the best opportunities for advancement in your healthcare business career. You will be provided with the knowledge and skills that you need to earn well compensated jobs in many types of health care facilities. It is ideal for an experienced healthcare professional who wants to learn more advanced business skills.

  • Campus: Online
  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
  • Per Credit Hour: $2890 per six month term
  • GRE/GMAT Required: No
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
  • On Campus Requirements: No
  • Program: Online MBA in Healthcare Management
  • School Site: Western Governors University

#9 Cleveland State University

With this online MBA in Healthcare Administration, you will be able to accelerate your management career as you learn the latest skills in the management and delivery of modern health care services. You will learn essential skills that are essential to work in health care planning, administration, long term care and policy analysis.

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  • Type: Non Profit
  • Accreditation: AACSB
  • Per Credit Hour: $37,500 total
  • GRE/GMAT Required:  Waived in some instances
  • Minimum Time Commitment: 24 months
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There are numerous reasons why a singer may wish to join a Singing course. In general, if your voice experiences the following problems you should consider enrolling for a singing course –

1 – Pitch problems 2- limited vocal range problems 3 – tone deafness 4-voice cracking 5 – lack of stamina for Singing for long concerts 6- lack of vocal control  7 – lack of consistent singing 8 – lack of confidence 9 – stage fear and many more…..

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12 – Making an Investment – Learning Singing is like an investment in one’s future and vocal health. Here the returns are a zillion percent of joy and fulfillment that you get by great Singing which is invaluable, all the money in the world cant buy that happiness.

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“Ragas are born from Thaats – so what are Thaats?” Thaats are like sets of a particular notes. From each of these Thaats are born 100s of Ragas which have all the primary qualities of the Thaat it is derived from.

In Hindustani Classical music there are 10 Thaats. 10 – Thaats – Bilawal Thaat / Khamaj Thaat / Kafi Thaat / Asawari Thaat / Bhairavi Thaat / Bhairav Thaat / Marwa Thaat / Poorvi Thaat / Todi Thaat and Yaman Kalyan Thaat.

For example Raga Bhoop (also known as Bhupali Raga)  is derived from Kalyan Thaat. So it will only have the notes from Thaat Kalyan, any note than dosent belong to Thaat Kalyan will not be present in Bhoop Raga.

By the way Thaat Kalyan = s r g M p d n s’ M – Tivra Ma and remaining swars are shuddha swaras So any Raga coming from Thaat Kalyan will have some or all of these notes only no other notes (there are exceptions though like Mishra ragas but we will not discuss that right now) ‘Bhoop’ Raga has s r g p d s’ notes. These notes are taken from Thaat Kalyan.

Some Ragas have 5 Notes – Pentatonic or Audav Raga Some Ragas have 6 Notes – Shadav Ragas Some Ragas have all 7 notes of Thaat – Sampoorna Ragas. ‘Bhoop’ Raga is a pentatonic Raga as it is made of 5 notes.

Some Ragas are Seasonal (meant to be sung in particular Season) Ragas have a particular samay when it is supposed to be sung. Like Bhoop Raga is a night time Raga.

All ragas are forms of expressions of different Rasa’s from the Navras.. which has different ras such as Karuna Ras, Vir Ras etc showing emotions and expressions. For example Bhoop Raga demonstrates Bhakti Ras.

Ragas are basically a structure of notes with certain rules. They can only be sung when we sing a song composed using those Raga notes and rules. These songs composed in the ancient time are called as Bandishes / Taranaas.

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Paradise Lost: Building a Socialist Utopia in Contra Costa County

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The 1890s were a time of social and political turmoil. Labor strife, votes for women, prohibitionists, free love, and the sight of cigarette smoking women began stirring America’s intellectual stew. The rise of monopolies and industrial trusts created a fertile field for the growth of socialism that was brought to America by the rising wave of left leaning European immigrants. California was swept up in this spirit of experimentation and idealism. A reflection of this social ferment was an interest in forming communes that wouldn’t be seen again until the 1960s hippie phenomena. A few of the most famous "utopian" societies were those near Visalia (Kaweah), Santa Rosa (Alturia), Fountain Grove (The New Eden of the West), Russian River (Icaria Speranza), and Bakersfield (Joyful).

Our own little Contra Costa County was not immune to this frenzy of experimentation and search for social justice. The Brotherhood of Winters Island was intended to be a new communist society living together with complete equality after the elimination of private property. Winter Island is a soggy, little, tule covered patch located within the junction of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers opposite the small town of Pittsburg. On the face of it, the island appears to have been a strange place to create a utopia.

In 1893 the 650 acre Winter Island was sold to the Brotherhood by its first leader, Erastus Kelsey, for $20,000. For a socialist Kelsey was a pretty good businessman. He used his idealistic connections in an attempt to make a handsome real estate deal. Each of the Brotherhood’s 100 members paid a $1.25 membership fee and $5.00 per month to establish the new social order(and help pay off its new mortgage). Farming was expected to support the group with the profits divided evenly among the society members. Their first major task was to build a levee so that the island could be protected from the river.

The first president of the utopian colony, Andrew J. Gregg, was from Oakland,. He was a carpenter and Populist Party candidate for lieutenant-Governor in 1894. Gregg campaigned for the elimination of private property and helped found the Carpenters Union. One of the most prominent and influential members of the colony were Kate and Louis Nevins. The rest of their lives would be involved in some way with Winter Island.

Kate was elected assistant secretary of the colony. Eventually she would become the vice president and a driving force behind this ambitious enterprise. Louis and Kate Nevins were some of the most colorful characters living in the Delta. Louis was a supporter of Native American rights and a friend of Chief Seattle and his daughter, Queen Angeline. Among the northwestern Indians Louis Nevins was known as "Heap Pony." Kate was a strong promoter of Esperanto as a universal language and organizer of the million man Farmer’s Alliance. Traveling alone on organizing trips, she always carried a shotgun for protection and often camped by the roadside. She was famed as a tough suffragist and street corner socialist agitator espousing various radical doctrines.

Active participation by the Brotherhood members in the commune was disappointing. No more than 10 members lived and worked on Winter Island at any one time. Crops included tomatoes, onions, grapes, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, milk, hay and pasture. In time an orchard was also planted. Word spread to the members living in Berkeley and Oakland that building the levee was hard, dirty work. Once built the levee was under constant attack from burrowing muskrats and beavers. Two years later in 1895 the levee was still unfinished. High tides often brought water up to the house and barn.

However, during this time, a sympathetic visitor to the island wrote that "we had a chance to see what love and unity could do..there is a way to live in quiet and peace-not as slaves to arbitrary laws, but to be holders of a certain share..which would free our mind from poverty and friendlessness." Unfortunately the real truth was that personal and financial storm clouds were gathering around this outpost of Contra Costa idealism.

There was one huge issue that gnawed at the heart of the cooperative. This was the unhappiness of workers who did the dirty work but got the same pay as the administrators, planners, and accountants. Many of those who labored in the fields began to feel that they should earn more than those who never dirtied their hands in the muck. There were increasingly serious arguments over who should labor and who should supervise. There was also the problem of equal pay for those who worked hard and those who were lazy. Eventually even the radical socialist Kate Nevins admitted "..that the labor of one adult was equal in value to the labor of any other one adult was wrong. One man may accomplish twice as much as another one."

In 1895 the commune faced an environmental issue. Some members strongly urged that their human waste be spread on the fields so as not to waste this "natural resource." However it was decided it would be easier to sell their farm produce if their untreated human sewage was piped into the river. Later that year it was announced that "We pump the water out of the Bay for drinking and cooking, and mighty good water it is too!"

The severe depression and panic of 1894 began cutting into the financial support that the Brotherhood had found essential for its survival. Two projects on the island provided an economic transfusion which for a time held off the looming collapse. In 1896 the San Francisco Fire Department began pasturing over 40 horses on the island for a $1.00 a month per horse. The soft soil allowed the horses to restore their hooves after galloping on the hard, city cobblestones. On January 1, 1897 the Brotherhood took over the operation of the government navigational lights on Winter Island. But soon payments to Kelsey on his $20,000 mortgage began to falter. Dissatisfied workers began drifting away. Equality of reward regardless of equality of contribution continued to cause dissent among the colony’s members.

By 1898 the last crop of onions were harvested by the dying colony. In 1901 the Brotherhood defaulted on the Winter Island mortgage and the property reverted to Kelsey. Within a few years most of the land was sold to private duck hunting clubs and then farming corporations. Today the island has pretty much reverted to its natural state.

In later years the Nevins bought a small plot of land on Winter Island. Kate was supposed to have beat a tin dishpan during spells of dense tule fog to warn passing river ships of the island. On the island the Nevins lived in a cabin salvaged from the ship wrecked sternwheel steamship, Orizaba. After Louis died in 1921, Kate divided her time between Winter Island and a shabby house boat along the Antioch waterfront. Always a free spirit she enjoyed the companionship of a variety of men friends. She died in the Napa State Mental Hospital in 1943. The floating community of house boats were burned in 1945 by the fire department in order to rid Antioch of its notorious red-light district.

All of the utopian social experiments in California gradually withered away. Most suffered from the same personal and philosophic infighting that destroyed the Brotherhood of Winter Island. Some like Kaweah ran smack into the budding environmental movement. The financial success of the Kaweah colony depended on their being able to log the giant redwoods on the communes’ land. The fire storm of opposition to the proposed destruction of these magnificent trees, doomed the socialist community and it was eventually abandoned. The last large Marxist-socialist utopian colony was established in the Antelope Valley in the 1920s. Internal dissent and legal irregularities in selling membership shares soon had state investigators invading the commune at the same time as disgruntled settlers were leaving. These early experiments in constructing a new society were run by largely gentle souls.

Sadly, during the latter part of the 20th century, the most recent upsurge in building utopian societies led to the murderous insanity of Manson, Jim Jones, and Waco.


Suggested Reading:

  • Schmalenberger, Jerry & Carol, 1997, Winter Island: The Delta’s Attempt at Eden, Pittsburg, California.

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In his epic poem, Paradise Lost, John Milton addresses the role of woman and man within the institution of marriage. More specifically, he explores why such a bond is considered sacred within the context of his Protestant religion. The book of Genesis offers two guidelines for an ideal marriage, both exemplified in the relationship between Adam and Eve. The first account states, “Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh” (Gen. 2.24). A contextual reading gives the reader the impression that God encourages man and wife to pursue a spiritually enriched relationship, in which they share such intimate feelings that

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There are several similarities between both the relationship between God and Adam, and the relationship between Adam and Eve. One that relates closely to scripture is the account of the creation of Adam and Eve. During Eve’s recount of her own creation, she says, “O thou for whom and from whom I was formd flesh of thy flesh” (IV 441). Milton follows closely, the story of Genesis, which states Eve was created from the rib closest to the heart of Adam. Eve observes during her creation speech, “hee whose image thou art” (IV 470-471). Since Eve, at one time, was physically part of Adam’s body, she shares similarities with his own outer appearance. Also, due to Eve’s unique creation, he possesses a specific type of love for her, known as caritas. Caritas, the love one feels for their creation, is the greatest of all loves. Therefore, before the Fall, Adam and Eve’s ideal marriage is one in which love goes beyond a physical relationship. This further helps to illustrate Milton’s purposeful placement of the spiritual bond Adam and Eve share with each other above the necessity of procreation within their marriage. Instead, physical love is a conduit for spiritual love, in which a “sexual union of ‘pure lovers’ is…the means to the nearest possible approach to a full realization of the spiritual union to which the souls of these are constantly striving” (Marilla 104). Offspring is a positive side-effect of the sexual

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The Role of Eve in Paradise Lost

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The importance Milton attached to Eve’s role in Paradise Lost and in the Garden of Eden is now recognised and acknowledged. (Green, 1996) Milton’s treatment of Adam and Eve’s relationship is complex. Sometimes referring to them in ways that indicate equality, (ibid) sometimes stressing their separateness as individuals (ibid) and other times they are complementary halves of a whole. (ibid) Taking on the view that many support; that Milton intended Eve to seem completely inferior to Adam, we can examine…

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The Divine Comedy vs. Paradise Lost

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Full Circle – from Sin to Salvation

Great works of literature have been written throughout history. However, The Divine Comedy and Paradise Lost have the inept ability to stir the soul and cause a person to examine and re-examine their life. The brilliant descriptions, use of imagery, metaphor and simile give a person a vivid picture of the creation of man and the possibilities for life in the hereafter. This is done, as a person is able to see, full circle, from the beginning of time to the…

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John Miltons Paradise Lost Essays

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John Miltons Paradise Lost

John Milton’s Paradise Lost is a religious work, and is in many ways an autobiography of Milton’s own life. John Milton was raised catholic and converted to Protestantism. Later in life he became a Calvinist. His strong Calvinists beliefs can be seen throughout Paradise Lost. It was Milton’s desire to be a great poet, but he did not believe that was his purpose in life. He believed that he had been put here to serve God, and that any thing that he wrote should…

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John Milton's Paradise Lost

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Paradise Lost is a story of Genesis told as it normally would be, but with a protagonist focus on Satan. The story is told largely with Satan being favorably portrayed and God having little presence other than cursing things, which convinces the audience that Satan’s view of God as a tyrant may not be too far off. Still, Satan is portrayed as the villain of the story. However, he has characteristics of a classical hero; including flaws that make the audience relate to and feel sympathy for him. By…

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Paradise Lost Essay

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the last two decades, show why so many issues rose. In the first section, ?gGolden Moment,?h Schrag describes ?gCalifornia?fs heyday of post-World War ‡U optimism?h and how it crumbled. Citations from magazines prove that California was a really paradise even from the nationwide view. Schrag also notices that the demographic change deeply relates to California?fs politics in the last two decades. The Watts riots, he tells us, was a reminder for ?gmillions of new Californians?h and ?ga powerful signal…

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Paradise Lost

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Paradise Lost
Paradise Lost is a poem about Adam and Eve, how they were created and how they came to lose their place in the Garden of Eden, which was also called Paradise. It is very similar to the book of Genesis in the Bible, except it is expanded by John Milton into a very long, detailed, narrative poem with a different view of Satan. Even though he leads a war against God, is sent to hell, and seeks revenge throughout the poem h still ends up being a very likable character.
In “Paradise…

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Paradise Lost: Is Satan a Tragic Hero? Essay

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In Milton’s Paradise Lost, he writes the story of the fall of Satan, his followers, and mankind. Many critics often view Satan as the unlikely or tragic hero of the epic poem. Satan is, obviously, the main character throughout most of the poem, but not necessarily the hero. Satan’s main purpose is to fight G-d, and try to be on the same level as Him. The important thing is to realize that Satan is sin, and being humans, who are all born into sin, we can easily relate to a sinful character. G-d…

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Heroic in Paradise Lost by John Lost Essay

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The theme of the ‘heroic’ in John Milton’s Paradise Lost is one that has often been the focus of critical debate, namely in the debate surrounding which character is the ‘true’ hero of the poem. Most critics of the subject have, however, noted that the difficultly in defining the ‘hero’ of Milton’s work is mainly due to our “vague understanding of what constitutes heroism”1 and the fact that “the term itself is equivocal”2. The ‘vague’ terming of what heroism can be defined as it what draws critics…

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Dante’s Inferno in Milton´s Paradise Lost

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Dante’s Inferno glimmers through here and there in Milton’s Paradise Lost. While at first glance the two poems seem quite drastically different in their portrayal of Hell, but scholars have made arguments that influence from Dante shines through Milton’s work as well as arguments refuting these claims. All of these arguments have their own merit and while there are instances where a Dantean influence can be seen throughout Paradise Lost, Milton’s progression of evil and Satan are quite different…

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Humanism in John Milton's Paradise Lost

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greatest Puritan poet and the first English revolutionary poet in the 17th century. Milton’s ‘Paradise Lost’, written during the last stage of his life and being one of the poet’s greatest creations, covers the ideas of humanism most deeply and widely.
Since the admiration and significance of antiquity are ones of the essential concepts of humanism, it appears that this ideology is revealed in ‘Paradise Lost’ by imitating epic style of Greek and Roman poets. Starting the epic poem from the invocation…

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The Role of Satan in Paradise Lost

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The Role of Satan in “Paradise Lost”
John Milton’s epic “Paradise Lost” is one that has brought about much debate since its writing. This epic tells the Biblical story of Adam and Eve, although from a different perspective than what most people usually see. Milton tells the story more through the eyes of Satan, whom most people usually consider the ultimate villain. The way in which Satan is portrayed in this story has caused speculation as to whether Satan is actually a hero in this situation…

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Comparison of Odyssey, Divine Comedy, and Paradise Lost Essay

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A Comparison of Odyssey, Divine Comedy, and Paradise Lost

Epics by definition are long narrative poems, that are grand in both theme

and style (Webster 417). They usually involve actions of great glory and are

typically centered around historical or legendary events of universal

significance. Most epics deal with the deeds of a single individual, however,

it is not uncommon to have more than one main character. Epics embody several

main features including: supernatural…

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John Milton's Paradise Lost Essay

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John Milton’s Paradise Lost

John Milton’s Paradise Lost is filled with fantastical tales from the depths of Hell, extravagant descriptions of the fallen angels, and a curious recitation of the council of demons in their new palace. How did Milton dream up such vivid depictions of such horrible demons as the ones we see in Book I? Most of his fallen angels originate in the form of Pagan gods condemned by the Bible, with actual historical backgrounds which Milton cites in his lengthy descriptions…

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Importance of Book Iv of Paradise Lost

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Elucidate the importance of The Fourth Book of Paradise Lost.
Answer: In the Fourth book of Paradise Lost, we are given more insight into the character of Eve and Satan. As Eve narrates her first waking moments after her own creation, we are immediately introduced to Eve’s weakness, vanity. She awakes near a lake and sees an image of herself and thinks the images beautiful. Modern readers, especially coming from a feminist perspective, might view Eve’s admiration of herself not as vanity or a…

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Theodicy in John Milton's Paradise Lost

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John Milton’s theodicy in Paradise Lost is an attempt to justify the ways of God to men. Many ask how God could let someone as innocent as a child die in a horrible way. How could a God that is all loving and all powerful let something like that happen? He answers this using the fall of Mankind as the trigger point. Cordelia Zukerman and Thomas H. Luxon, “The dominance of these themes comes from the fact that Milton is writing about the first humans on earth, humans who have no history and no way…

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Paradise Lost by John Milton

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as inferior to men, Milton’s Paradise Lost presents a view of women that could be described as proto-feminist and advanced for its time. During the 17th century, the stereotypical women lived as “either obedient as ‘Milton Mother’ or disobedient and wanton if they neglect[ed] their responsibilities as wife, which [signified] submissiveness and motherhood” (qtd. in Wang 4). Some scholars argue that Milton used this predominant viewpoint of his time in Paradise Lost; Sandra Gilbert (1978) writes…

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John Milton's Paradise Lost Essay

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John Milton’s Paradise Lost

Freedom (free will) is the absence of imposed behavior.
Individual freedom is obviously attractive, but when there is real
freedom of choice, the wrong choice is the one that is made – such as
the choice made by Satan who although he can be admired for his having
dared to rebel against the norm, is not heroic for having chosen to
plot against God. Free will was given to man in order to be able to
choose the faith since in the absence of free will, there is…

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John Milton's Theodicy in Paradise Lost

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Paradise Lost is an epic of John Milton, a seventeenth century English author, known for being the greatest reader in English history. The poem goes back to the beginning of time and tells of the rebellion of Satan and his followers, the war in that took place in heaven, and the defeat of Satan. The story also tells of the creation of the world, the life of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and their loss of everything when they give into the temptations of Satan in the form of a reptile. It ends…

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Justifying the Ways of God in Milton's Paradise Lost Essay

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Justifying the Ways of God in Milton’s Paradise Lost

Through Paradise Lost, Milton ?justifies the ways of God to men?, he explains why man fell and how he is affected by the fall. He shows that although man had a fall it was a fortunate fall, ?felix culpa?. As a result of the fall there are bad outcomes that man and women will endure but it was a fulfillment of God?s purpose. In creating man, God gave him free will; he created him a perfect being but ?free to fall?. In God?s plan man…

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Essay on Shelley's Frankenstein and Milton's Paradise Lost

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Shelley’s Frankenstein and Milton’s Paradise Lost

Even upon first glance, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and John Milton’s Paradise Lost seem to have a complex relationship, which is discernible only in fractions at a time. Frankenstein is Mary Shelley’s reaction to John Milton’s epic poem, in which he wrote the Creation myth as we perceive it today. His characterizations of Adam and Eve and the interactions of Satan and God and the impending Fall seem to have almost taken a Biblical proportion…

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Adam and Eve in Paradise lost Essay

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Milton was looked on by many feminists, “of or relating to or advocating equal rights for women,”(comma before quotation mark)[1] as rather chauvinistic in the way he portrayed Eve. In, (delete,) Paradise Lost, there are many examples of Eve being slighted (comma and substitute well with while) well Adam remains unscathed.

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When Eve first enters the world, (comma maybe) she awakes, “Under a shade on flow’rs…,”[2] by a lake. In putting Eve…

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Essay on Satan in John Milton's Paradise Lost

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a personification of evil, the fallen angel, a spirit created by God, and also the accuser. People see Satan differently, some know of his existence, others think of him as just a myth, and there are those that just ignore him. John Milton’s Paradise Lost tells of Satan’s banishment from Heaven and his gain of earth. He and his brigade have plotted war against God and are now doomed to billow in the fiery pits of hell. Satan is a complex character with many different qualities. God is a character…

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Epic Characteristics of Paradise Lost Essay

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Epic Characteristics of Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost is one of the finest examples of epic tradition in all of literature. In composing this work, John Milton was, for the most part, following in the manner of epic poets of past centuries. By knowing the background of epic characteristics and conventions, it is easy to trace their presence in Book I of Paradise Lost.

One of the biggest questions that a reader must face is that of the hero; exactly who is the epic hero in the poem…

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Paradise Lost – John Milton's Satan; Hero or Not? Essay

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Throughout time, John Milton’s Paradise Lost has been studied by many people and comprehended in many different fashions, developing all kinds of new interpretations of the great epic. There have been many different interpretations of this great epic. Milton’s purpose in writing the epic was to explain the biblical story of Adam and Eve. Although the epic is similar to the Bible story in many ways, Milton’s character structure differs from that of the Bible’s version. All through out the epic Milton…

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Essay about Milton's Paradise Lost

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Milton’s Paradise Lost

From the War in Heaven through the fall of man in Paradise Lost,
Satan’s weapon at every point is some form of fraud (Anderson, 135).
Milton’s Paradise Lost explains the biblical story of Adam and Eve.
Although the epic is similar to the Bible story in many ways, Milton’s
character structure of Satan differs from that of the Bible’s version.
Milton describes the characters as the way he believes they are
throughout the epic. In book two of Paradise…

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Shelly's "Frankenstein" and Milton's "Paradise Lost" Essay

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Frankenstein, and his creation of a monster set apart from all worldly creatures. Frankenstein’s creation parallels Milton’s “Paradise Lost” and God’s creation of man; Victor Frankenstein is symbolic of God and the monster is symbolic of Adam. The parallel emphasizes the moral limitations of mankind through Victor Frankenstein and the disjunction and correlation with “Paradise Lost”. Shelly links the two stories together through Victor’s creation of the monster and his “fall” from humanity which I will…

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The Female Character in the Epic Stories 'Paradise Lost' and 'the Ramayana'

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THE FEMALE CHARACTER IN THE EPIC STORIES ‘PARADISE LOST’ AND ‘THE RAMAYANA’
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‘The Ramayana’ and ‘Paradise Lost’ hold stories of ancient times that tend to explain the existence of two different cultures in the present world. Milton, the author of ‘Paradise Lost,’ concerns himself with the Christian story of the ‘Fall of man’ while Valmiki, the author of The Ramayana, tries to bring out an explanation to the goals…

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The Divine Comedy vs. Paradise Lost Essay

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Full Circle – from Sin to Salvation

Great works of literature have been written throughout history. However, The Divine Comedy and Paradise Lost have the inept ability to stir the soul and cause a person to examine and re-examine their life. The brilliant descriptions, use of imagery, metaphor and simile give a person a vivid picture of the creation of man and the possibilities for life in the hereafter. This is done, as a person is able to see, full circle, from the beginning of time to…

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Treatment of Eve in Paradise Lost Essay

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The treatment of eve in Paradise Lost
We can see the poem deals with the entire story of man’s fall from grace, including background for Satan’s motives. In Paradise Lost, Eve was tricked by Satan, who assumed the form of a serpent, into eating from the Tree of Knowledge. Satan had whispered into her ear when she was asleep, and when he spoke to her later, he used his cunning to mislead her:

He ended, and his words replete with guile

Into her heart too easy entrance won.

Fixed on the fruit…

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A Discussion of Milton’s Theodicy in Paradise Lost

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What is free will? Milton explains in Paradise Lost that free will is the answer to the justification of Gods ways to man. There are three parts, or triangle, of theodicy, they are that God is all powerful, all good, yet there are still bad things that happen. Milton wrote to explain and justify why there are still bad things even though God is all good, and all powerful. Milton’s answer to this is that there is all good and all power, but the bad is not God’s fault. Milton has three key ideas to…

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Essay on the Downfall of Man in John Milton's Paradise Lost

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The classic tragedy Paradise Lost, written by John Milton, demonstrates how the fallen angels lose the paradise they have been given, and how this fall directly effects the downfall of man as well.

Before anything ever was, all matter was chaos; utter darkness and filth. A mighty being, God, rose up out of chaos and created the firmament called Heaven, and all the universe (4). The angels, and archangels that populated Heaven, danced in the realms of the magnificent light (8).

Lucifer,…

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"Paradise Lost": An Epic to Surpass All Epics Essay

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An Epic to Surpass all Epics

The epic poem Paradise Lost by John Milton was written during a time of religious revolution in England. The subject matter of this epic poem, in the words of Milton, is “[o]f man’s first disobedience” (line 1). In this blank verse, Milton refers to the story in Genesis where Eve tempts Adam to eat the “forbidden fruit.” In the first five lines of the poem he describes the beginning of mortality, suffering, and man’s restoration, as “the fruit [o]f that forbidden…

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Influence of The Metamorphoses and Paradise Lost in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

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Metamorphoses and Paradise Lost in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Frankenstein, possibly Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s most well-known work, is
considered by some to be the greatest Gothic Romance Novel. Due to her marriage to
Percy Bysshe Shelley and close friendship with other prolific Romantic authors and poets,
namely Lord Byron, Shelley’s works permeate with Romantic themes and references. Also
present in Frankenstein are obvious allusions to The Metamorphoses by Ovid and Paradise
Lost by Milton…

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Paradise Lost Essay

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Paradise Lost

The poem is divided up into 12 books. The verse is English heroic without rhyme, as that of Homer in Greek, and of Virgil in Latin. (Knopf, 1996) “This neglect then of rhyme so little is to be taken for a defect, though it may seem so perhaps to vulgar readers, that it rather is to be esteemed an example set, the first in English, of ancient liberty recovered to heroic poem from the troublesome and modern bondage of writing.” (Knopf, 1996)

Book One proposes…

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Milton’s Paradise Lost Essay examples

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Milton’s Paradise Lost has been praised as being the greatest English epic of all time, most stunningly in its author’s depiction of the parents of humanity, Adam and Eve. How Milton chose to portray the original mother and father has been a focus of much criticism with contemporary readers. One of the main subjects of these comments is in reference to Eve, who, according to many, is a trivial character that is most definitely inferior to her mate. Nonetheless, many do not recognize that, after…

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A Comparison of God and Satan in Paradise Lost Essay

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Comparison of God and Satan in Paradise Lost

In this essay I shall be focusing on the characters of G-d and Satan from ‘Paradise Lost’ by John Milton. Within the essay I shall be attempting to elucidate on the themes of ambiguity of the two characters as well as the uncertainty of moral integrity of each, characterized by John’s Milton’s use of sentence structure, private thoughts and symbolism.

Foremost I would like to look at the way the way in which Milton characterizes the…

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Christian and Pagan Influence in Paradise Lost and Beowulf Essay

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Christian and Pagan Influence in Paradise Lost and Beowulf

In Paradise Lost, Milton is adept at drawing from both Christian and pagan sources and integrating them in such a way that they reinforce one another (Abrams 1075). Of course it is a commonplace for critics to believe that Milton valued his Christian sources more highly than the pagan ones (Martindale 20); this is most likely due to the fact that he regarded the Christian sources as vessels of the truth. His classical allusions…

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Discuss Milton’s presentation of Satan in Paradise Lost Essay

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Discuss Milton’s presentation of Satan in Paradise Lost

There has been considerable critical interest in the figure of Satan in Paradise Lost,
and in the possibility that he may be the true hero of the epic poem. The opening of
the poem finds Milton in a tough spot: writing an epic poem without an epic hero in
sight. In order to achieve a rationally balanced poem, he wants to let the first half rise from Hell through Chaos and towards Heaven, thereby balancing the fall of
humankind in the…

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Milton's Satan in Paradise Lost Essay

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Milton’s Satan in Paradise Lost

After researching Satan and his kingdom, Hell, through the Bible and Paradise Lost to compare and contrast the two characterizations, I realized that Milton must have been a true Bible scholar. Milton’s Satan is described so closely to the Biblical view of Satan that it is often times hard to distinguish the two. Milton changed and elaborated on a few characteristics of his Satan and his Hell in order to create Paradise Lost, but based his characterization and…

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A Different Perspective of Satan in Paradise Lost by John Milson

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In the first book of Paradise Lost, created by Milton, it can most accurately be perceived as Milton attempting to give the reader a different perspective on Satan, the greatest lost angel. In the first book of Paradise Lost, Milton writes about how Satan was the closest angel to God. Milton’s attempt at making Satan a sympathetic character evolved after his original audience had seen it, because in modern times it is much easier to sympathize with Satan than it was many years ago. The perspective…

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Adam & Eve Lost in Paradise

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Paradise Lost by John Milton: Discuss the relationship between Adam and Eve, as portrayed in Book 9 of Paradise Lost. How does Milton’s portrayal compare to or differ from how Adam and Eve are typically portrayed, described, or understood?

Thoughts of Eve conjure images of a meek woman who is submissive and created to serve her husband. Adam is thought of as a strong, beautiful man created in the likeness of God. He is the ruler of land and sea and leader of all mankind. Their relationship is…

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Adam in Milton's Paradise Lost Essay

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Adam in “Paradise Lost”: Fate’s Ruler – and Subject

A central problem in John Milton’s “Paradise Lost” in the theological issue of free will versus fate, a traditionally much-debated question. Free will is the condition of having control or direction over fate or destiny; the individual shapes his life and future through his actions. The opposing view, complete lack of free will (made famous by John Calvin), is predestination, which expresses the idea that our futures have been foreseen long…

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Paradise Lost by John Milton

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Written at the heart of the Enlightenment John Milton’s epic poem, Paradise Lost, illustrates some of the impacts that the key principles of the controversial time. Paradise Lost, unlike the King James Bible, shows logical thinking, complexity, and true love in Adam and Eve. This gives the reader more of an idea of how he tries to justify God’s ways to men. In doing this John Milton shows the reader that Adam and Eve should be held most responsible for the fall of mankind, because God created them…

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Research Paper: Paradise Lost

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Paradise Lost
-John Milton-

John Milton (9 December 1608 – 8 November 1674) was an English poet, polemicist, man of letters, and a civil servant for the Commonwealth of England under Oliver Cromwell. He wrote at a time of religious flux and political upheaval, and is best known for his epic poem Paradise Lost (1667), written in blank verse.
Milton’s poetry and prose reflect deep personal convictions, a passion for freedom and self-determination, and the urgent issues and political…

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Blending of Renaissance and Reformation in Paradise Lost

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fearing man. He is also a great writer who wrote in a grand style. As a god fearing man, Milton writes his Paradise Lost, on the basis of religion, Bible and as a great writer he advances his writing in a classical manner. The theme of Paradise Lost is Biblical as it shows the wrongdoing of Adam and Eve by the influence of Satan and the justice of God for sinners. Milton writes Paradise Lost in such a style which holds classical flavor. So, Milton shows Biblical theme in classical mood. We can also…

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Cosmology in Milton's Paradise Lost

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and/or ornamental thing.
When God created the world he had this in mind. To have a harmonious system in the universe where everything can live in peace and free of all worry. God was on top and everything was peaceful. Until the angles in Milton’s Paradise Lost had a fight. After the fight God banished these bad angels and had the last part of his universe created, hell. This completed a very complex picture of Milton’s vision of the universe in the beginning.

The encyclopedic writers of the early Middle…

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In college I was tasked with writing a “This I Believe” essay  about my guiding beliefs and values. This assignment wasn’t faith-based in nature; the “This I Believe” essay initiative is just about people writing on something, anything, about which they feel passionate certainty. In writing this essay, I found that the hardest part was not to articulate my beliefs, but to identify them in the first place. In fact, it was only after I submitted my assignment and read one of my classmates’ essays, that I truly began to discover my own beliefs. Ever since then, my understanding of my own sentiments has deepened, and now, a year and a half after being assigned that essay topic, I feel like I have better words to express my own sentiments of belief.

The classmate’s essay that kicked off my ongoing engagement with this topic stood in stark contrast to mine. His premise was that he does not believe in God, and furthermore that he did not think anyone else should believe in God, either. While I respected his beliefs, I was also puzzled by the logic behind his conclusions. My classmate saw belief in God as an inhibitor of human achievement – God takes accountability away from the individual. However, my belief in God is rooted in the idea that sometimes the only thing to do is pray and hope that Someone is listening, and by doing so we can find solace, take subsequent action– but feel sustained by our belief.

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Although Judaism encourages us to be responsible for our lives, sometimes there is no one to blame, no one to apologize to, and nothing else to do but believe that someone can hear our prayers. This circles back to my core belief, and my opposition to my classmate’s essay; I don’t think belief inhibits action, I think it supplements action when there is nothing that we can do.

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“The doctor told us:

‘We’re having a difficult time keeping his airway open.’

I was so confused. This was just supposed to be a test.

I asked him: What do you mean?’

He said: ‘Avi could die…’

Then he said: ‘It’s time to pray.’”

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Monday, October 15, 2012



This i Beleive Essay God

I BELIEVE
Blake Wiggers
2nd Hour -English



I was taught about God at a young age. I have learned so many things about him.

I believe that God is good. I believe that God helps you through the hard times that
you have throughout your life.  I believe that God will answer you when you pray to him in
those hard times. I believe that is what faith is. 


     My faith grew when my grandpa died. My faith grew because when I lost my 

grandpa I did not know what to do.  I didn’t think I could go on.  My Grandpa and I 
were so close and he did everything with me. He came over to our house almost
every day and ate dinner with us and visited.  He also spoiled me with everything you
can imagine.  One of my most favorite memories was at Easter time when he bought 
my sister and I a huge Little Tikes tugboat, he strapped it to the roof of his car and drove 
in our driveway with it and he filled it with Easter candy.  That was my Grandpa, he always
went way out for me.  He never came over without something for me.   Maybe some ice cream or a candy bar or a pack of gum.  But he never came without anything.  I loved my Grandpa so much.  I prayed so hard to God to help me get over losing him.  If it wasn’t for God I would not have been able to get through losing him.


People don’t believe in something unless they can see it or touch it. When you

have faith you believe in something without being able to touch it or see it. That is why faith 
is so powerful. To believe in God you have to have faith because you can’t see him or touch him.  You only have the bible to read to guide you. I believe God is always there to guide and protect you through trouble and hard times in your life. I believe that everyone should believe in God, because he will always be there for you.   I am a example, because he helped me.  So I know he can help others too.  He will always be your friend even if you do not have any friends. He is always there in good times and bad. And he will always love you no matter what.


       God sent his only son to suffer and die on the cross and rise from the dead. He

paid the price for our sins. That is what grace is. God says whoever believes in me will be
saved and have eternal life with him in heaven. Where there is no more worry and
no more pain. I feel better knowing that my Grandpa is in heaven having fun and is in no more pain.  He loved us that much, that he died for us. He is such an awesome God.
In heaven there is only happiness and joy and beautiful things. So much happiness we
cannot even imagine. There will not be sickness or evil anymore.

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God gives us these important verses in the Bible to help us. When we need help we can read these verses and find comfort and strength. This gets us through hard and troubled

times that we have every day and week.  I have turned to these often and these are some of my favorite quotes: “For with God nothing shall be impossible” -Luke 1:36. Another one is “Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved” – Acts 16:31. 







4 comments:

  1. BAMMM November 5, 2012 at 5:34 AM

    Your article is very true. God is good and faithful and he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted he will provide a way for you to stand up under it. And thats what seemed to be the case with your grandpa. To me God is like a big teddy bear that I can go to with any of lifes troubles and I know he will love me no matter what, but he also will correct me when I am doing wrong. Youre essay is a good testimony. I like it alot!

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  2. McKenna Tobias November 5, 2012 at 5:38 AM

    I love this essay. You did such a great job. God will always be there to guide you. No matter what decisions you have made, God will forgive you and be there for you through your trouble. Great job!

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  3. Alyssa Lamoreaux November 5, 2012 at 5:39 AM

    Your essay really can hit the hearts of many people. It shows that God has funny ways of getting you through tough situations and you will always come out stronger. He will show you to never loose your faith. Good job on your story, it’s very good!

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  4. Morgan Theile November 5, 2012 at 5:44 AM

    Dear Blake,
    I really liked reading your essay. I am very into my beliefs of God as well. Im sorry about your grandpa, I know how you feel. That feeling that you cant go on without them, like there is nothing left becasue they are gone. Its one of the worst feelings I have ever felt but im glad you got through it! God is always looking out for you and always has a plan for you, remember that! (:

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How to Survive Your First Year of Law School (USA)

Three Methods: Getting Comfortable at Law School Understanding the Material Studying for Exams Community Q&A

Your first year of law school will be challenging and exciting. You’ll be thrown into a section of about 40 other students with whom you’ll take most classes. The material will be difficult, and you’ll constantly compare yourself to other students. To survive, you need to develop a schedule and keep up with your reading. Commit to understanding the material by briefing cases and outlining in anticipation of final exams. Because exams are important, you can prepare by taking old ones and studying the model answers.

Steps

1

Getting Comfortable at Law School

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    Socialize on your own terms. There will be dozens of social events in the first weeks of law school. Students will organize cookouts and nights out at the local bar. You should try to meet people, but do so on your own terms. If you are shy, don’t worry. You will slowly get to meet people through your classes.

    • If you’re outgoing, jump into the fray and meet as many people as you can. Also try to meet people outside your section.
    • If you’re married, look if there are student groups for married students. This is a good way to meet other couples.
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    Avoid comparing yourself to other students. Most 1Ls are obsessed with grades. Unfortunately, you probably won’t receive any grades until you take final exams, so you will spend your entire first semester comparing yourself to other people in your section. Avoid this temptation.

    • Other students will exaggerate how much they are studying, so take everything they say with a huge grain of salt. [1]
    • Don’t be impressed by students who talk all the time. They don’t always finish at the top of the class. In fact, you’ll notice many will become quiet in the second semester. Why? Because they got their fall semester grades!
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    Create a schedule. The easiest way to keep up with your reading is to develop a schedule early and stick to it. In undergrad, you might have been able to sleep until noon, but in law school you’ll have to attend classes early in the morning and get all of your reading done in the evening. Develop a schedule and stick to it.

    • Also schedule time to get away from law school. The worst thing you can do is to spend all of your time in the library or around law students.
    • Remember to take care of your health. The stress and workload will take a toll on your health, so remember to schedule regular exercise. [2]
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    Join a study group. In a study group, you can compare your notes, bounce ideas of each other, and commiserate. Study groups are also helpful for getting to know people, though this isn’t their primary purpose.

    • Make sure your study group is small—usually no more than four people. [3]
    • If you decide to join a study group, commit to keeping up and staying in the group throughout the entire semester. For this reason, you might want to wait a few weeks before forming your study group. [4] This will give you a chance to scope out who you think knows their material.
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    Maintain your privacy. Law schools are usually small—fewer than a thousand students in total. Also, your section might have around 40 students. This environment will feel a lot like junior high. [5] Whatever you tell someone will probably get repeated.

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    Buy a suit. Most days you can roll into class wearing your PJs, but you’ll be surprised by how often you need to look professional. For example, you might have to attend a lecture given by a federal or state judge. You’ll also need a suit if you participate in moot court. It’s probably best to buy one early in your 1L semester, if not before school starts.

    • Make sure your suit fits you well—but isn’t too tight. Students often gain 15 pounds or more during their 1L year. [6] You don’t want the waistband to cut off your circulation by the end of the spring semester.

2

Understanding the Material

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    Identify the courses you will take. Most law schools follow the same curriculum with classes that teach topics that will appear on the bar exam. Although you will be able to take a couple electives, most 1L courses are assigned. Here is a typical 1L curriculum:

    • Contracts. You’ll learn the legal requirements for forming a contract and defenses you can raise if you break one.
    • Torts. Torts are civil wrongs: trespass, assault, battery, personal injury, defamation, etc. The injured party can sue whoever injured them and get money compensation.
    • Civil Procedure. This class will cover the rules for filing lawsuits in federal court.
    • Criminal law. Learn what the state must prove to convict someone of murder, assault, rape, etc.
    • Legal writing. You’ll learn how to write objective legal memos and persuasive appellate briefs. Legal writing is usually a small section of about 20 students.
    • Property. This class covers the rules of property—how you get and pass title, as well as restrictions on property.
    • Constitutional law. Learn how the meaning of the U.S. Constitution has evolved over more than 200 years.
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    Learn how to brief a case . Everyone talks about “briefing” cases, which is usually helpful at the beginning of the semester. To brief a case, do the following: [7]

    • Read the case several times. Legal writing is dense, particularly cases written in the 19th Century. You’ll probably read very slowly at first. Don’t skip anything as you read.
    • Write a short summary of the facts. Who is the plaintiff (the person bringing the suit)? Who is the defendant? What happened? What court are they appearing in? If you’re called on in class, you may have to give a short summary of the dispute.
    • Identify the issues in dispute. For example, a case might be about whether a celebrity living in California can sue someone in a California court when the defendant hasn’t stepped foot in the state.
    • Identify the “rule.” The rule is the applicable law that has been applied and then adjudicated by the judge that’s presiding over the case.
    • Write down the court’s holding. This is what the court decided. Also include some bullet points on the reasons given.
    • Describe any dissenting opinion. Go back and read the majority’s opinion to see how they rebutted the dissent.
    • List any questions you have.
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    Keep up with your reading. You’ll probably be assigned hundreds of pages to read each night, so it is very easy to fall behind. Make it a point to stay on top of your reading. You might have been able to procrastinate in undergrad, but you can’t anymore. [8]
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    Take notes in class. Most students take notes using their laptops. That way, you can easily transfer your notes to your outline. [9] You’ll want to write down what your professor thinks about the cases, because they will be grading your exam.

    • Most law schools have Wi-Fi, and you’ll be tempted to surf the Internet while in class. In fact, almost everyone does at one point or another. However, if you want to focus on the class discussion, then take handwritten notes. This will force you to focus.
    • If you have a disability and you need assistance taking your notes, let your school know. Most law schools have student note takers that can provide you with thorough notes from class.
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    Do your best when called on in class. If you watch the movie “The Paper Chase,” then you’re familiar with the Socratic Method. This form of questioning often leaves students confused and humiliated. Not all professors use a full-on Socratic Method, but they still might use a watered-down version: they’ll have you summarize the case and then ask a series of questions meant to get you to think critically about legal issues. [10]

    • For example, you might think “Nobody can tell me what to do with my body” is a good legal rule. However, your professor will probably pose a series of hypotheticals: can the state criminalize public dueling? Nudity around children? Nudity around other adults?
    • The primary purpose of these questions is to get you to think about the hidden assumptions in your thinking. As a class, you can then work through these blind spots. In fact, there might not be any “right” answer.
    • Another purpose of questioning is to get you comfortable thinking on your feet. If you represent clients in court, you can expect a judge to ask you sharp questions, so get comfortable early with the process of thinking aloud.
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    Outline your course material. Outlining is a helpful technique for seeing how all of the material in a subject relates to each other. If you don’t know how to outline, get sample outline from 2Ls or 3Ls who took the class from the same professor. [11] Use them as guides.

    • One key to outlining effectively is knowing when to start. Don’t get into a competition with other students. Some might claim to be outlining by September, which is too early. Instead, wait until you’ve covered a good portion of the syllabus.
    • Always revisit your outline as the material becomes clearer. You may need to supplement or change information.
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    Use commercial supplements intelligently. There’s a lot of supplemental material on the market—case briefs, commercial outlines, nutshells, etc. Don’t rely on them too heavily. They are helpful for seeing the big picture, but ultimately you need to understand what your professor thinks about the material. [12]

    • These supplements can also be quite expensive. Try to get a copy from the library or a used copy on Amazon or eBay.
    • If you want to use a supplement, know which ones to get. For example, many people use Chemerinsky’s supplement for Constitutional Law. [13] Ask 2Ls what supplements they found helpful.
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    Stay calm. Everything might not be crystal clear when you begin. This is normal! However, you should consistently strive to understand the material as much as you can. Visit your professor during office hours to ask all of the questions that weren’t answered in class. Many classes will also have a student teaching assistant, who is a 2L or 3L who can answer your questions.

    • Avoid thinking about exams until around November 1. [14] If you obsess earlier in the semester, you’ll only make yourself nervous.

3

Studying for Exams

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    Take a couple practice exams. Practice exams are essential. [15] They will help you understand the law so that it becomes second nature. Take them as you would a real exam. Find a quiet spot in the library, time yourself, and type out your answers. [16]

    • You can usually get practice exams from your professor, who might have posted them online. Use old exams from your professor first. If nothing is available, look at exams from other professors who teach the same subject at your school.
    • After you take your practice exams, ask your professor to go over them with you during office hours. You can also ask them to take a look at your outlines and answer any questions you have.
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    Review the sample answers. The practice exam should have a sample answer. Read this carefully, because you will learn a lot about how to spot issues and structure your answers. [17]
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    Sit for your exam. Exams are generally “issue spotter” exams. You’ll be given a fact pattern, which is like a very short story. Then you’ll be told to identify all of the legal claims and defenses each person in the fact pattern has. You’ll write up a memo identifying the issues and explaining whether you think the person has a reasonable chance of success. When taking an exam, remember the following tips:

    • Read your professor’s instructions. Don’t skip this step! Your professor might want you to focus on certain issues or keep the exam under a certain word limit. If you fail to follow the directions, your grades will suffer.
    • Check whether you can use an outline. If not, don’t pull it out during the exam or else the monitor will eject you from the exam room.
    • Read the fact pattern thoroughly. Don’t immediately plunge into typing up your answer.
    • Outline your answer. Many people use the IRAC method: identify the issue, state the rule, apply the facts to the rule, and then state a conclusion.
    • Don’t dump everything you know onto the page. You won’t get credit. For example, don’t start rambling about an insanity defense if that’s not supported by the fact pattern. Instead, identify the key issues first and develop them the most.
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    Avoid discussing the exam with others. There’s really no reason to talk about the exam once you finish. Chances are, you missed an issue someone else caught, which will only increase your anxiety. [18] Instead of commiserating about the exam, schedule some fun time immediately after.

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