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Dec 2, 2023, 12:10:02 PM12/2/23
The Study Guide to Accompany Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences includes a review of chapter learning objectives, chapter outlines and key terms, essential statistical formulas, special tips and insights for students, and chapter summaries. To practice skills, the guide offers word searches and crossword puzzles for each chapter, extensive practice quizzes linked to chapter learning objectives and SPSS in Focus exercises which complement those in the book. In addition, a special reference guide on Grammar, Punctuation, and Spelling offers students the tools they need to hone and improve their writing skills.

Fifteen (15) Professional Development Contact Hours will be awarded to participants who have successfully completed the symposium. This includes completing the reading assignment and the accompanying study guide, attending all sessions and turning in the study guide. If you do not need the professional development contact hours, you are not required to turn in the study guide.

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SMU offers 16 nationally competitive sports programs and more than 30 individual and team intramural activities. We prepare student-athletes for life by equipping them with the knowledge and skills required to become valuable citizens and leaders in their communities.

Research endeavors within the Department of Chemistry involve students at every stage of their careers. Undergraduates are encouraged to participate in the laboratory from their first semester on campus. Students have the opportunity to work closely with scientists who are experts in their fields and take pride in providing a quality education.

All chemistry majors are encouraged to join a faculty research group. This is an excellent opportunity to participate in cutting-edge research as part of a team with faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral scientists. State-of-the-art instruments and newly-renovated facilities provide an environment conducive to productivity and ingenuity. For additional information on research activities within the Department, go to our SMU webpage.

The B.A. in Chemistry is a flexible alternative to the B.S., designed for students who wish to combine the study of chemistry with training in science, business, engineering or liberal arts. Its reduced course requirements make it especially suitable as part of a double major. If you are interested in a double major, careful planning is recommended for course sequencing and course load.

However, he added, the courses aren't focused solely on IBM technology. While students will work on IBM hardware and middleware, they will also experiment with software from I2 Technologies and other logistics software providers.

Chancellor Hooker is pleased, on the whole, with the budget requests that General Administration has forwarded to the General Assembly. We did not succeed, however, in our request for more funding for graduate student tuition waivers. We asked for $4 million, but less than $1 million has been requested. President Broad intends to revisit this issue after the current study of tuition levels in graduate programs has been completed.

Prof. Leon Fink (History) noted that questions continue to arise from student groups, faculty, and others about the Carolina Computing Initiative. He asked why this initiative had been announced and put into motion with little or no prior faculty or student input. Chancellor Hooker replied that the administration is making an ex post facto effort to do just that. He reviewed the sequence of events that led to the Initiative, beginning with a presentation to the Board of Trustees by Marian Moore, Chief Information Officer. The report so impressed the Board that they directed immediate implementation. Prof. Andrews said that the Instructional Technology Advisory Committee, chaired by Dean Darryl Gless, and the Student Information Technology Advisory Committee, recently established by student government, might be appropriate faculty and student groups to provide the kind of input Prof. Fink mentioned.

Prof. Fink also asked for clarification of the involvement in the initiative, if any, of IBM. Chancellor Hooker answered that IBM had originally been involved in a consulting capacity with a General Administration study for enhancing computing on all sixteen campuses. IBM has dropped out of that project in order to preserve its ability to bid on any future computer sales that might result from the study. IBM has not been involved in the Carolina Computing Initiative.

Prof. Marila Cordeiro-Stone (Pathology & Lab Medicine) asked whether undergraduate students value the CCR. Prof. Passannante replied that it is his impression that students who use the CCR are satisfied with the information it provides, but the CCR is no longer a student publication. It has changed into a quasi-official service that is generated by inaccurate statistical methods. Prof. Passannante said that although EPC strongly supports evaluation of teaching, the committee was not asked for advice on how that should be done. EPC was simply asked to advise the Council as to whether CCR is an appropriate instrument for that purpose. The committee has concluded that CCR is not such an instrument.

Prof. Leon Fink concluded the discussion of this topic by returning to the original idea behind CCR, which was to be a consumer guide for students. He thought that the original purpose was still valid and he urged students to revive their own instrument, to divorce themselves from what has become an elaborate bureaucratic mechanism, and to offer a free-form guide to classes similar to movie reviews or book reviews.

Prof. Passannante explained the reasons for Resolution 98-4 which, beginning with the Fall 1999 semester, will require that junior transfer students pass 9 credit hours and achieve a 1.50 GPA in their first semester in order to maintain academic eligibility. He pointed out that junior transfer students who fall below a 1.5 GPA in their first semester will find that it is virtually impossible to raise that to a 2.0 GPA in time to graduate with their class. EPC believes it is in the best interest of such students to make them ineligible for the Spring semester, which will permit them to regain eligibility later and return to the University renewed and reinvigorated.

Student Accessibility Services continues to meet with students virtually! Students already registered with Student Accessibility Services can connect with their Accessibility Counsellor by email or via sasinfo

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But O'Brien and Ziegler's conclusions aren't just the subjective reactions of a couple of parents. Last week they gained support from an exhaustive study by Youngstown State University Professor Randy Hoover, who examined the correlation between scores on the proficiency test and the income level of students. He found that the poorer the family of the student, the lower the test score was likely to be.

Next year, promotion to fifth grade will depend on passing the reading portion in the fourth grade. Since students who don't pass are likely to be concentrated in schools with the least resources, those schools will have increasing problems marshalling the additional teachers, classrooms and other materials needed to help those students make up for lost time.

Such a widespread and rapid change has rarely swept through the nation's schools. And it hasn't done so without resistance. Parents in many states have protested the extensive use of standardized tests, especially since so many decisions involving students' lives are now determined by test performance. Graduation from one grade to another, and from high school itself, is now often test-determined. Test scores increasingly determine the ranking of schools, the resources available to them, and even the ability of parents and teachers to control the local curriculum.

Driving this almost obsessive interest in testing are factors ranging from political ambition to genuine frustration by parents and teachers with the ability of the public school system to teach its students. But testing is getting a big push from another important source, which gets much less media coverage - the testing companies themselves.

Texas currently contracts for test development with National Computer Systems, which scores the Ohio Proficiency Test as well. In Texas, NCS subcontracts test development to Harcourt, and gets about $20 million a year; Harcourt's cut is not public. In addition Harcourt gets about $2.8 million a year for developing TAAS study guides.
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