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2013-2014 Banneker/Key Full and Partial Scholarship Policy for the Class of 2017 Description and Eligibility The Banneker/Key Scholarship is awarded to a selected undergraduate student for a maximum of eight (8) consecutive undergraduate semesters, provided the student remains in compliance with scholarship policies as outlined in this document. The student must register for a minimum of 12 credits per semester, maintain a minimum 3.20 cumulative grade point average (GPA), and successfully complete 30 credits per academic year. Please note: the student must average 15 credits per semester over the Fall/Spring semesters to meet the 30 credit requirement. A Banneker/Key Scholarship recipient who graduates from his/her undergraduate program early cannot receive the unused portion of his/her scholarship money toward graduate school or any graduate portion of a combined Bachelor/Master’s program. In addition, the scholarship funds are designated for Fall and Spring terms and cannot be used for other undergraduate semesters or terms without prior approval and often with restrictions. Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) Requirement The student must maintain a minimum 3.20 cumulative GPA. The GPA used for this review is not rounded. Therefore, a 3.199 does not equal a 3.20 cumulative GPA. The Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) will review the cumulative GPA at the conclusion of each Fall and Spring semester. In the event the student fails to maintain a 3.20 cumulative GPA, the student will have one probationary semester to raise his/her GPA. After the probationary semester, if the student’s cumulative GPA is again below a 3.20, the scholarship will be canceled for any future semesters.
Washburn University Art faculty are actively seeking top quality scholarship applicants for the 20132014 academic year. Each student interested in applying for scholarship consideration must comply with the following procedures: 1. A letter of introduction and request for scholarship consideration. Include your name, address, phone number and Washburn ID #. 2. Transfer students should include a letter of recommendation from someone who knows you and your artwork such as an art instructor, current WU art majors may ask a faculty member to place their name on the recommendation list in the Department office in lieu of a letter. 3. A copy of your transcript and a list of art and academic awards, including scholarships. Unofficial copies of transcripts are sufficient. 4. Portfolio of exactly TEN (10) artworks in a variety of media. We require a CD of digital images. All images should be labeled with name, media, size and date. Include in your images works produced in Washburn art classes, if current student, and at least one observational drawing. Portfolios are judged on the following criteria: technical proficiency, visual design, originality and expression. OR Art History applicants should submit a sample of writing done for an Art History or other humanities class. In addition, they must write a paragraph explaining why they are interested in art history. This statement may be part of the letter of introduction. 5. Include a printed image list with title, media, size and date for each artwork. 6. Continuing students must complete the Financial Aid Renewal form available from the Financial Aid Office or on-line: www.washburn.edu/financial-aid.
T he CRSP Mutual Fund Database is designed to facilitate research on the historical performance of open-ended mutual funds by using survivor-bias-free data. The CRSP Survivor-Bias-Free US Mutual Fund Database includes a history of each mutual fund’s name, investment style, fee structure, holdings, and asset allocation. Also included are monthly total returns, monthly total net assets, monthly/daily net asset values, and dividends. Additionally, schedules of rear and front load fees, asset class codes, and management company contact information are provided. All data items are for publicly traded open-end mutual funds and begin at varying times between 1962 and 2008 depending on availability. The database is updated quarterly and distributed with a monthly lag. It is delivered in ASCII and SAS formats. Results were independently verified by a dedicated group of database researchers which included random sample selection when appropriate. Known Biases in mutual fund data The returns histories are sometimes duplicated in the database. For example, if a fund started in 1962 and split into four share classes in 1993, each new share class of the fund is permitted to inherit the entire return/performance history. This can create a bias when averaging returns across mutual funds. A selection bias favoring the historical data files of the best past performing private funds that became public does exist. The SEC has recently begun permitting some funds (and eventually probably all funds) with prior returns histories as private funds to add these returns onto the beginning of their public histories. The effect of this is that only the successful private fund histories are included in the database.
DRAFT 1 Lesson Title: Easy Hydroponics Grade Level: 9-12 Subject Area: Science – Biology/Chemistry Setting: Classroom or Greenhouse if available Instructional Time: Several Class Periods Grade Level Expectation (s): B1.1A Generate new questions that can be investigated in the laboratory or field. B1.1B Evaluate the uncertainties or validity of scientific conclusions using an understanding of sources of measurement error, the challenges of controlling variables, accuracy of data analysis, logic of argument, logic of experimental design, and/or the dependence on underlying assumptions. B2.3B Describe how the maintenance of a relatively stable internal environment is required for the continuation of life. B2.3C Explain how stability is challenged by changing physical, chemical, and environmental conditions as well as the presence of disease agents. B2.5C Describe how energy is transferred and transformed from the Sun to energy-rich molecules during photosynthesis. B3.1A Describe how organisms acquire energy directly or indirectly from sunlight. B3.1B Illustrate and describe the energy conversions that occur during photosynthesis and respiration.
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Most federal agencies require commodities under their jurisdiction be given consideration for reasonable moisture loss in good distribution.* The Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA); United States Department of Agriculture (USDA); United States Department of Treasury, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (UST); and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) allow for reasonable moisture loss occurring in the course of good distribution practices. The United States Supreme Court Rath decision requires local officials to recognize reasonable moisture loss during distribution for items regulated by these federal agencies. When no other agency has concurrent jurisdiction, there is no moisture loss allowance for commodities regulated by California (CA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), or USDA Seed Laws. The list, beginning on page 6-2, indicates commodities controlled by each agency. Any commodity class with (CA) or (EPA) after it does not require moisture loss allowance consideration. Any commodity class with (FDA), (UST)), (FTC), or (USDA), with the exception of agricultural seed, require that a moisture loss allowance be considered. There are a variety of products where moisture loss normally will not occur. Some examples are dehydrated seasoning mixes, vacuum-packed coffee, or canned fruit. (FDA tests on cake mixes, flour mixes, and breakfast cereals concluded that they gain moisture in distribution.) Even though moisture loss is recognized by FDA, and page 6-3 indicates that foods are regulated by FDA, these types of products and their packaging make moisture loss in good distribution unlikely. In these cases, moisture loss would be a consideration and would be determined to be 0%.
Low-Fat/Low Cholesterol Diet If you have any questions on how to incorporate these foods into your daily routine please call the dietitian for further information. Food Group Foods Allowed Foods to Avoid Meat/Meat substitute 6 oz or less/day • Tofu, tempeh; veggie burgers & • Fatty cuts of beef, pork, other meat substitutes lamb, regular ground beef, • Dry beans and peas spare ribs, organ meats • High fat sauces • Fish, shellfish (without butter) • Poultry without skin • Lean cuts/ well trimmed beef, pork, lamb; e.g., loin, round, select grade • Processed meat prepared from lean meats, e.g., lean ham, lean frankfurters, lean meat with soy protein Eggs 2 or less yolks/week (4 if egg is fortified with omega-3 fats) • Egg whites (2 whites can be substituted for one whole egg in recipes), cholesterol free egg substitute
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