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Letter from the Homecoming Chair My fellow Buccaneers, Thank you for your participation in East Tennessee State University’s 2012 Homecoming event, sponsored by East Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association. The Homecoming Committee and I have been hard at work on this event for the past few months, and we can’t wait for you to see what we have in store for you! You will recognize events from previous years, but you will also notice that we have introduced some fun new events. I cannot stress enough that Homecoming is for the entire East Tennessee State University community, and I challenge every organization on this campus to participate in at least one event. The Homecoming 2012 theme is Forever Young! We are all so busy working on achieving academic and/or career goals, so let’s enjoy this opportunity to relive childhood for a week! In previous years, each organization has been assigned a “sub-category” under the theme. (For example, different organizations represented the cultures of different countries last year.) In the spirit of childhood, this aspect is going to be much more relaxed this year. The days of homecoming will have a theme, but organizations are to interpret it however they would like! You can be as broad or as narrow with this theme as you would like. After all, the most important thing about this week is to have fun! The Homecoming booklet will be available online until October 12. Please bring all completed forms to the Student Government Association office, SORC C, and place them in my box (Secretary of State) by the entry deadline of October 12 at 4:30 p.m. Any forms submitted after the deadline will not be accepted. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns that you may have. The best way to contact me is at SGAHC@etsu.edu. I will be glad to help all organizations and participants in any way that I can. If you need help while at an event, look for someone wearing a Homecoming Committee shirt. They will be glad to help you, as well! Again, thank you for your participation in East Tennessee State University’s 2012 Homecoming, Forever Young! I hope every organization has an amazing time, and I am looking forward to working with you all! Sincerely, Dana N. Glenn Student Government Association Secretary of State
Helping your employees stay healthy this flu season Each year, influenza causes illness, hospitalizations, and deaths. This year, flu season is complicated by the emergence and rapid spread of the H1N1 virus (also known as “swine flu”) and the dangers associated with that flu strain. To help your employees stay well during this particular flu season, we’ve instituted a policy to encourage H1N1 vaccination, and developed some materials you can share with your employees about avoiding the flu. H1N1 vaccination policy The following policy for the 2009-2010 flu season is for fully insured and flex-funded health plans underwritten by Blue Shield of California and Blue Shield of California Life & Health Insurance Company: Blue Shield will cover the administrative costs of the H1N1 vaccine for all members of fully insured and flex-funded plans when the vaccination is given by a network provider. This means the applicable office visit copayment, usual deductible requirements, or coinsurance fees will be waived for the H1N1 vaccine. The cost of the H1N1 vaccine and equipment (such as needles, syringes, alcohol swabs, and sharps containers) will be fully paid by the U.S. government. If the member’s physician office visit includes other services, the usual cost share will apply for those services. Also, there will be no change to how the seasonal flu shot or other vaccines are covered – for non-H1N1 vaccines, the member is responsible for any copayment and plan deductible applicable to their plan as ...
Texas State’s College of Applied Arts Academic Advising Center is a helpful resource if you are considering an interior design major or other family and consumer sciences majors. Visit the center online at www.advising.appliedarts.txstate.edu. Admission to Texas State For more information on Texas State and how to apply foradmission,visitwww.txstate.edu/prospective.html or contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at email@example.com or 512.245.2364. Scholarships Scholarships and awards are presented each spring to qualified students in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences. Recipients are selected for their accomplishments in the areas of leadership, academic performance and professional potential. The scholarships are made available through the department as a result of individual, student group and employer contributions. Texas State offers many scholarships that are open to all majors. For more information on other Texas State scholarships, visit www.finaid.txstate.edu, or contact the Financial Aid and Scholarships office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512.245.2315. Career Opportunities A variety of career opportunities awaits qualified interior design graduates, who often find entry-level positions in: • commercial and retail design • design for special populations • design publications • drafting/CAD • graphics and rendering • health care design • hospitality and resort design • kitchen and bath design • manufacturer’s representative • model home interiors • office landscape design • remodeling • restoration/preservation or adaptive use • set design • space planning • transportation design • universal design ADA specialist • visual merchandising/exhibit design
Since Puerto Rico first passed legislation to license interior designers in the late 1970’s many “myths” have developed about the purpose of interior design legislation. ASID believes that laws, regulation and legislation that allow designers who demonstrate advanced education and code knowledge to open new practice opportunities should be supported. Designers who become registered, certified or licensed do not limit others from practicing but open new areas to the entire profession. This legal process is no different from state regulations for architects, engineers, accountants or the hundreds of other professions that are subject to professional licensure regulation. MYTHS AND FACTS Myth: Interior design legislation puts non-registered interior designers out of business. Fact: Interior design laws supported by ASID do not put anyone out of business, and designers may continue to perform current services regardless of any legislation. ASID-supported interior design legislation allows designers to expand into areas (e.g., stamping, signing and submitting plans for permitting) that they were barred from previously. Myth: Interior design in a purely aesthetic talent that deals with colors, fabrics, finishes and furniture. There are no technical aspects of interior design. Fact: Interior design is an evolving profession includes many technical aspects. Individuals working in residential settings must comply with state and local building codes. Individuals working in more heavily regulated spaces such as office, hospitality, health, education and retail must comply with building and energy codes, indoor air quality and the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements, among other health and safety issues. Myth: There is no need to hire interior designers because architects do the same work.
Caribbean Tourism Organisation Presents The Caribbean Tourism Organisation would like to invite members of the travel trade to an Interactive Caribbean Training Evening at the world famous Lords Cricket Ground, London. The event will take place on Wednesday September 30th and will include a Welcome Reception followed by Training Workshops, Rum Tasting and a Caribbean Themed Dinner with quizzes, spot prizes and entertainment. It will be an opportunity to sharpen your selling techniques and to meet with key industry partners. Registration is Free and to sign up please contact the Caribbean Tourism Organisation on 0208 948 0057 or email Sonja at email@example.com. Attendance is strictly by registration so don't delay register today as places are limited. Winners! Congratulations to Sarah Collins, Cosmos Holidays who won a fabulous prize of High Street vouchers from Group Promotions Training Academy in July! Caribbean Month Join our Caribbean Month campaign and be the Agency of the Week. During the months of September and October 2009, a different travel agency will be featured weekly on www.caribbean.co.uk as the Caribbean Travel Agency of the Week. Enter the draw by sending us information (including images) on how you plan to celebrate Caribbean Month and promote your business to the region i.e. Caribbean Evenings/days, Window Displays, Direct Mail campaigns and more… Entries must reach us by September 8th 2009 and should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to the CTO Office. Please call 0208 948 0057 for details .
Strayer University 45150 Russell Branch PKWY Ashburn, VA 20147 www.strayer.edu CONTACT INFO TRANSFER COUNSELOR: APPLICATION DEADLINE MINIMUM GPA ANNUAL TUITION COST OTHER EXPENSES: (703)-729-8800 - Admissions Office (888)-4-STRAYER - Admissions Office (703)-729-8820 - FAX Shirin Saghafi (email@example.com) HU UH Rolling Admission N/A $1700 per course full-time students (13.5 or more credit hours attempted per quarter) $1775 per course part-time students (fewer than 13.5 credit hours attempted per quarter) $ $250 per course for textbooks and supplies (approx.) $ 40.00 - TOEFL Examination Fee $ 300.00 – Tuition deposit for International students. FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT Prior to transferring TRANSFER AGREEMENT (VCCS Specific) WITHOUT TRANSFER AGREEMENT MATERIALS REQUIRED Application and $50 fee High school and college transcript Completion of transfer degree with a 2.0 GPA Application and $50 fee High school and college transcript Letter of recommendation Essay or personal statement APPLICATION FEE WAIVER MINIMUM GRADE OF COURSES TO BE TRANSFERRED C or better OTHER Does your institution accept: SAT/ACT CLEP AP (please indicate acceptable score) IB (please indicate acceptable score) Yes if student transfers before completion of A.A.&S. degree DUAL ENROLLMENT EFFECTIVE DATE August 2013