ART JOBS Europe #arts #institute #jobs


ART JOBS. Listing by Job Posting Date

Description We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed Partnerships Regional Representative who will assist the implementation of a pre-defined partnership strategy with theatre venues in Sweden for St. Petersburg Tchaikovsky Ballet Theatre. Tchaikovsky Ballet Theatre is one of the leading companies of classical ballet, the repertoire includes “Swan Lake”, “Nutcracker”, “Romeo and Juliet” based [ ]

An Outstanding ‘once in a lifetime’ Career Opportunity for Summer 2018 The Open Palace Programmes offer an English and a Scottish programme which give you the chance to: Step behind the scenes at some of the most significant palaces and mansions in the UK Learn from the heritage professionals how to conserve, present and interpret [ ]

Birmingham Repertory Theatre, integrated with the new Library of Birmingham, reopens in September 2013. Current Vacancies: Theatre Sales Assistants Theatre Sales Assistants work across the Box Office and Stage Door Reception functions and are responsible for servicing the needs of customers and visitors to the building. Publicity Assistant The Publicity Assistant works with [ ]

Balbir Singh Dance Company seeks an International Dance Producer Salary: negotiable Location: Europe Balbir Singh Dance Company seeks to bring on board an experienced International Dance Producer on a freelance basis, to work with the company on its international development plans as an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation, over the next two years. [ ]

The Postcard Project The Postcard Project acts as a vehicle for young and emerging artists and creatives to have the freedom to express themselves and get their work seen by leading figures in the art world. Advertising Exhibitions UK is arranging it’s first show in London in summer 2013, Lines, at The Strand Gallery and [ ]

Jobs at the University We employ a wide range of Academic, Research, Technical, Operational and Professional Administrative staff within the University. Our brand new job search facility enables you to search for vacancies and to apply online. You can now also register to receive alerts as new jobs become available. To see all current [ ]

OXO ART Directory development team is looking for European and American artists to test our new art directory project system under development. Are you an artist? You have an unique opportunity to SHOW and EXHIBIT YOUR ART and get listed free of charge in OXO ART Directory! + ARTDEARCH, US Art Art Jobs Directory (PR5!). As a bonus for your participation on testing the directory system, we will keep your listing free even on the paid US Art Directory site. You are welcome to create a free account, test it and play around to make your free advertisement look perfect.

Performer/Dancer London College of Fashion London, UK, Europe The MA Costume Design Course at London College of Fashion is looking for performers/dancers with experience in physical theatre to participate in the Final MA Show at Lilian Baylis Theatre ( Sadler s Wells) in London to work on individual costume based performance pieces in collaboration with the [ ]

Full time, permanent Job: Munich, Bayern, Germany, Europe: The Graphic / UI Artist position requires the creation of creative and visually inspiring layouts for online and offline purposes. Working on multiple high-profile titles, he will support the Art Director and our development teams in guiding and refining a strong artistic vision combined with a high usability for our most exciting games. He reports directly to the Art Director or his assistant.

Student Internships London: UK: Europe: Stanley Picker Gallery offers professional internships to undergraduate and postgraduate students from Kingston University. Interns are introduced to the administrative and practical aspects of running a contemporary art space and contribute to the delivery of our Participation programme. To find out more please contact the Participation Programmer on .

We are offering the opportunity for an individual to join the team as a Marketing Assistant – Internship Are you interested in a career in marketing and communications? If you’re an enthusiastic, creative and personable individual looking to get experience in the field of marketing, or the not-for-profit sector – then this opportunity could be perfect for you .

We need a proactive and high motivated part time Office Coordinator to be the glue that sticks all the different functions of our company together. We run a number of successful out of school services for children between the ages of 4 and 11 across North West London. We have a very busy and small [ ]

We are accepting applications in the US and Internationally. The Art Without Boundaries Association is seeking mature, experienced, self-directed, compassionate visual artists to train in a very special therapy used with autistic children, stroke patients, and adults suffering with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Must be able to paint, have internet access, two years of higher education, be able to speak and read English fluently

Location Lake Worth Florida, United States.
Full-Time Job Position

  • Type Full-Time Job EFL qualified English teachersThe Cambridge Institute Praha

    EFL Teacher Job Location: Prague, Czech Republic, Europe Language: English EFL Teacher job listing: The Cambridge Institute Prague is accepting CVs from qualified English teachers. You must have CELTA, TEFL, or other qualification to teach English, and be a native speaker. EU citizens or residents preferred. We teach all levels of classes: general, business, as [ ]

    Location Prague Prague, Czech Republic.
    Full-Time Job Position

  • Type Full-Time Job Model for Painting Program in PragueThe School of the Institute of Chicago (SAIC)

    Job position: Models for a painting and drawing program in Prague, Czech Republic. Traditional nude figure modeling is needed for art students and professors from an American art school. Looking for a variety of normal body types. Full-time, temporary job position.

    Location Prague Prague, Czech Republic.
    Full-Time Job Position

  • What are liberal arts #what #are #liberal #arts


    Chancellor Dubois, in his January 30, 2017 statement, highlights that President Trump’s recent executive orders regarding banning refugee admission into our country for 120 days and the travel from seven Muslim-majority nations for 90 days, has sparked considerable confusion and concern. Additionally, this and other proposed actions have caused a rise in activism and tensions across the country. UNC Charlotte’s leadership continues to monitor the unfolding interpretations of the president’s mandates.

    In the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at UNC Charlotte, we want to re-emphasize our commitment to diversity and inclusion and to illuminate our goal of providing a safe learning environment that is free from harassment,

    Historian Steven Sabol’s new book is a happy coincidence of fly-fishing and history. During a 2006 fishing trip to trout-filled Nez Perce Creek in Yellowstone National Park, Sabol spied a sign with tantalizing details about the flight of the Nez Perce through the park in the 19th century. The sign set Sabol on a comparative history journey exploring the treatment of nomadic people by two empires – the U.S. and Russia.

    Undergraduate students from around the nation who may have thought graduate school was out of their reach found out in a one-week summer institute at UNC Charlotte that it is within their grasp. UNC Charlotte’s Organizational Science Student Institute. The institute seeks to diversify the field of organizational science through professional development, specifically targeting historically underrepresented undergraduate students.

    UNC Charlotte students work together to prepare a giant red balloon for liftoff. They have attached a camera to the balloon’s string to take aerial photographs of the UNC Charlotte campus that they will use to create a map. Through exercises like this one, students in the geography class on spatial thinking gain hands-on experience that expands their understanding of the concept, which offers a geographic perspective on how objects, processes and phenomena relate to each other in time and space.

    More than 100 undergraduate students competed in the 2017 Summer Research Symposium, with three College of Liberal Arts Sciences students named the winners. “These are the agile minds that will advance understanding in many areas that affect our lives,” distinguished researcher Pinku Mukherjee said of the participants in the university’s research programs.

    Research • National Art Education Association #visual #arts #education



    Createquity releases the Higher Education Resource Guide, a primer for incorporating Createquity resources into the college classroom. In the guide, we’ve compiled a number of our online articles that are relevant to undergraduate and graduate curricula covering the arts, arts administration, arts research, cultural policy, economics, and related topics.

    Join us for a one-hour Research: Art Works grant guidelines workshop. A presentation by NEA Office of Research Analysis staff will be followed by a Q A session. The National Endowment for the Arts Office of Research Analysis makes awards to support research that investigates the value and/or impact of the arts, either as individual components of the U.S. arts ecology or as they interact with each other and/or with other domains of American life.

    Research: Art Works is a National Endowment for the Arts grant program supporting projects that seek to investigate the value and impact of the arts for individuals and communities. The proposed projects may use quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-methods approaches. Application guidelines for the present round of funding are now available on the NEA website. The deadline is October 10, 2017.

    It’s no secret that embarking on a professional career in the arts requires a degree of boldness in the face of economic uncertainty. The prevailing stereotype of the “starving artist” indicates that people do so anyway – either willing to forego comfort for creativity’s sake, possessing alternative income (such as a day job or family help), and/or confident that their talent and drive will see them through. But how long do they stick with it before throwing in the towel – or professionally shifting gears?

    NAEA Research Commission – Mixed Methods Working Group Members

    This report makes the case that industrial design is an underutilized catalyst for growth for small and medium-sized U.S. manufacturers and a key ingredient in the future success of these firms. Derived from an intensive literature search and more than 40 interviews with people from the industrial design and manufacturing fields, the report explores why industrial design has become an influential factor in manufacturing, why it is underutilized in small and medium-sized firms, and how it is being used in innovative partnerships across manufacturing disciplines.

    This report addresses how the California Alliance for Arts Education achieves equity and excellence in education through arts education initiatives and explores how to create a lasting mechanism that removes barriers for connecting effective arts education strategies to renewable sources of funding.

    Arts Education Partnership

    Arts and music scores rose slightly among eighth-grade students in the 13 western states, according to the results of an arts assessment from the National Assessment of Educational Progress. However, data show that arts enrollment, including participation in band, is down.

    Jive Dance – Characteristics, History, Steps and More #lively #arts #dance


    Jive Dance

    Updated January 16, 2017

    Jive is a lively, and uninhibited variation of the jitterbug. Many of its basic patterns are similar to those of the East Coast swing. Jive is one of the five International Latin dances, although it has an African-American origin.

    Characteristics of Jive Dancing

    Jive and East Coast swing share many figures, as well as the same music style and tempo. The basic look and feel of jive is that it is performed with lots and lots of energy, with the legs portraying a pumping action.

    Both the East Coast swing and basic jive consist of two triple steps and a rock step. The jive differs in that the count begins with the rock step, which is counted 1, 2. The two triple steps are counted 3 and 4 and 5 and 6. In competition, it is danced at 176 beats per minute.

    History of Jive

    Jive was first demonstrated by Cab Calloway in 1934. It caught on in the United States in the 1940s and was influenced by the Boogie, Rock Roll, African/American Swing and Lindyhop. The name either comes from jive being a form of glib talk or from African dance terms. Jive became a generic term for swing in the United Kingdom.

    In International Style ballroom dancing competition, jive is grouped with the Latin dances but it is danced to Western music, with 42 bars per minute in 4/4 time.

    Jive Action

    Jive is a very happy, boppy, energetic dance, with plenty of knee-lifting, bending, and rocking of the hips.

    The fastest of the Latin dances. jive incorporates lots of kicks and flicks, even twirling of the woman, and doesn t move around the dance floor like other dances. Although jive dancers may appear to be moving their feet haphazardly in every direction, the feet are actually well-controlled under the body with the knees close together.

    Distinctive Jive Dance Steps

    The basic jive step (jive basic) is a 6-beat pattern:

    • The man and woman face each other with arms in the closed position and the man leads.
    • Rock step (counts 1 and 2): Step one foot behind the other and lift the front foot up. The man steps back with his left foot while the woman steps backward with her right foot.
    • Chasse to the left (counts 3 and 4) The man goes left, the woman goes right.
    • Chasse to the right (counts 5 and 6) The man goes right, the woman goes left.

    A few distinctive Jive steps:

    Jive Music and Rhythm

    Jive can be danced to swing music and jump blues in the tempo range of about 200 beats per minute. Depending on the style preferred, Jive can be danced to a variety of upbeat music including Boogie-woogie, Swing and Rock and Roll. The most important thing for beginners is to get familiar with the rhythm of the music. Listen to the drum line rather than the melody. the drum provides the beat.

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    Master of Fine Arts #master #of #fine #arts #online


    Master of Fine Arts

    The MFA is the highest degree in the creative practice of visual art.

    An artist’s studio practice is best learned through self-design and execution. While we emphasize fostering private creative roles, our practice-based, multidisciplinary program also focuses on marketing your work in today’s creative professional fields. In our two-year, 60-hour curriculum of project-based thinking, you’ll design, create and explain your work. In other words: You’re the artist, it’s your vision, and it’s up to you to communicate it.

    MFA project proposals can be based in painting, drawing, photography, animation, sculpture, video, interactive design, printmaking, illustration, installation, glass, ceramics and design.

    As an MFA student, you’ll work with select faculty who provide one-on-one feedback. They will push and challenge you as part of a community that is supportive and rigorous, demanding and compassionate. You’ll meet weekly in the Graduate Seminar for group critiques with your faculty and peers. Our program features small class sizes, accepting only nine to 15 students per year. To gain exposure and insight from industry professionals, you’ll also work with an off-campus mentor or participate in a practicum. The degree concludes with a thesis project, written thesis paper and oral defense.

    You can get even more information in our MFA Guidebook or join us on campus for an information session .


    We’ve built an environment to fuel collaboration, experimentation and creation.

    The CCAD MFA program is located on the second and third floors of CCAD’s Design Studios on Broad, a renovated early-20th-century auto dealership near downtown Columbus. The 13,700-square-foot graduate facility includes individual student studios, faculty offices, a lounge and an exhibition space. You’ll also have access to CCAD’s library, plus many labs, shops, computer complexes, darkrooms and studios.


    Your education isn’t limited to what happens in our classrooms in Columbus. As a graduate student, you’ll participate in an Off-Campus Mentorship Experience where you define what “Off-Campus” means to you. This could mean a residency in Ireland, a three-week endeavor at the Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle or working with a nonprofit just down the street. Maybe you’re looking to create a virtual mentorship with an internationally acclaimed artist overseas. Meant to be complementary to your CCAD education, this exposure to an outside business, community and/or cultural leader will be influential as you dive into a greater depth of understanding yourself as an artist. Your mentor is a resource for developing your professional skills, finding pathways to your desired career and more.

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    The largest school of Ayurveda in the West #california #healing #arts #college


    Accredited by the National Council on Ayurvedic Education (NCAE)

    Ayurvedic courses and Panchakarma Center

    Established in 1995, the California College of Ayurveda is the oldest, State-approved college in the West offering Ayurvedic Medicine training. The ayurvedic school offers a comprehensive curriculum, with four levels of programs leading to certification as a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist (C.A.S.). Our Ayurveda school also offers a variety of shorter length workshops and seminars for Yoga Teachers, Massage Therapists and the general public. In addition, our healthcare clinic provides health consultations, ayurvedic spa therapies, and panchakarma .

    The Mission of the California College of Ayurveda

    The California College of Ayurveda is dedicated to transforming human consciousness by providing the highest quality education, health care, and research in the field of Ayurveda while striving to express the principles of harmony in every action we take. We train students to become the doctors of the future, practitioners dedicated to understanding the whole person physically, emotionally, and spiritually. From this understanding, practitioners will be able to identify areas of disharmony between a patient s actions, his or her constitution, and the environment. Practitioners will then understand how this disharmony relates to the patient s illness or imbalance, and will develop a program of care to re-establish harmony and support each person on their journey toward optimal health. [Learn more about the Ayurveda College ]

    Ayurveda treatments

    About Ayurveda

    Ayurveda, which literally means The Science of Life, is the traditional healing science of India. More than 5,000 years old, the time honored traditional knowledge of Ayurveda is just as relevant to modern society today and has helped millions of individuals to return to optimal health. [What is Ayurveda? ]

    About panchakarma

    Panchakarma (Pancha karma) is the Ayurvedic art of detoxification, purification, and rejuvenation. It is the most powerful therapy used in Ayurveda for correcting imbalances and keeping a person healthy, young, and vital. Panchakarma preparation techniques include abhyanga. shirodhara and svedana. [What is panchakarma? ]

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    Best U, best culinary arts schools in america.#Best #culinary #arts #schools #in


    Search By City for Popular Chef Training Programs

    Best culinary arts schools in america

    Economics drive retail and hospitality spending, but one industry that does remain strong amid a variety of prevailing conditions is the food service sector. While economic forces do have an impact, people need to eat- even when times are hard. Inspired menus and comfortable hospitality continue to draw guests for major-metro restaurants and hotels.

    The food awakening that has swept the world- thanks in part to food TV, has inspired unprecedented curiosity about culinary arts professions. Chefs have earned celebrity status that elevates the job in the minds of adoring viewers, and sets the stage for robust returns in the restaurant business.

    The Epicurean fruits of fine food cannot be enjoyed without skilled and creative chefs who continue to push the food service industry forward. Job demand for new chefs is steady, but the industry is competitive. The value and importance of Culinary Arts education is clearer than ever, as would- be Executive Chefs vie for top positions.

    Big cities are great learning venues for chef candidates, because cutting edge food trends are at your fingertips, even as you gain your formal cooking school credentials. Internships, apprenticeships and post-graduate employment opportunities abound in metropolitan areas, in close proximity to some of the world’s best culinary academies.

    Best culinary arts schools in america

    Cooking As Sport

    American culture is fueled by sport and competition, and now the phenomenon has spilled into the culinary arena. Major network programming — The Food Network, Fox, and Bravo — nowaffords a chance to cheer on our favorite TV chefs, on popular shows like Iron Chef, Hell’s Kitchen, and Top Chef. Competitors duke it out in culinary sport, carrying on in dramatic and unscripted throwdowns that put cutting edge culinary innovators on display.

    For the first time in TV history, cameras go into professional commercial kitchens, where we get first hand looks at exactly what goes on in the fast-pacedculinary world. Combined with your passion for cooking, celebrity chefinspiration is more than enough to get your career fire is stoked. And as our foodie sophistication grows, so does the importance of a good culinary arts education.

    Excellent culinary arts programs might be closer than you think. In addition to worthy community and technical college programs, you’ll find excellent stand-alone culinary arts educators in many major cities. Answer some career questions before you launch, in order to place yourself on the most direct educational path to your dream job.

    • What types of degrees/programs do nearby culinary schools offer?
    • Are you willing to relocate in pursuit of your dream?
    • What are your ultimate career goals – are you management material?
    • Will you attend culinary school full-time or part-time; days or evenings?
    • What are your financial aid needs, and which schools are best prepared to meet them?
    • Are you looking for a liberal arts degree – complete with proficiency requirements in curricular areas like English, math and science? Or is a vocational culinary arts program that focuses only on culinary technique and theorymore suited to achieving your desired professional goals?

    Types of Culinary Arts Programs

    Each cooking school dishes up its Culinary Arts curriculum in its own way. Compare and contrast your educational opportunities with an eye toward satisfying your own unique requirements.

    Bachelor’s Degrees include Liberal Arts trainingthat lends itself to management and entrepreneurial employment. Common Bachelor’s degrees in Hospitality focus on culinary arts or restaurant/hotel management. Such study tracks facilitate technical learning, but still impart the mobility advantages of traditional 4-year college degrees. Johnson and Wales University operates one of the better known programs.

    Associate’s in Applied Science Culinary Arts degrees provide the most travelled paths for culinary professionals. Plentiful program options include general culinary arts, baking and pastry chef, restaurant management tracks and a host of other specialty disciplines within the hospitality field.

    Certificate and Diploma programs offer accelerated and usually abbreviated studies in general culinary arts, professional cooking, and baking and pastry arts. Programs are completed in less than one year, allowing you to get on the job full-time.

    Best culinary arts schools in america

    How You Learn to Cook in Culinary School

    Cooking requires technical prowess as much as creativity, consistency and innovation. You’ll find that each culinary arts school employs its own educational strategy, but some measure of theoretical and practical learning will always be a part of the curriculum.

    Student-run restaurants are features of successful cooking schools, where up and comers serve the public from working, professional kitchens. Testing your mettle under pressure is a real-world lesson in the high energy culinary field. Professional chef faculty should also be present at your school, to offer guidance and help you build your own culinary point of view.

    Skills courses in knife handling and other culinary techniques such as grilling, sautéing, roasting, braising, steaming, and baking provide a foundation for preparing all types of cuisine. These are the building blocks for culinary artists, so even certificate and diploma programs are rich in basic skills classes.

    As fundamental skills are mastered, classical recipes and traditional ingredients are worked into your curriculum, providing opportunities to put your skills to work in practical settings.

    Explore the City Culinary Culture

    Wherever you study, a requisite part of your off-campus education involves exposure to the local culinary scene. Find the top rated local restaurants, and familiarize yourself with executive chefs who work there. Dissect their menus, with an eye toward local flavors and creative use of indigenous ingredients.

    Understanding regional food trends helps you find your own place in the area workforce. By developing relationships with other local professionals, you are placing yourself on the inside track to culinary employment. Festivals and regional food events provide high concentrations of creativity that illuminate gastronomic trends. Whenever possible, attend or even participate in producing food at these events.

    Your culinary education carries an experience requirement that turns metropolitan areas into prime learning grounds. Take advantage of your surroundings with internship and apprenticeship roles, working with noted chefs in your city. Your pursuit of gastronomic knowledge might eventually take you around the world, but it all starts in the backyard of your culinary arts school.

    Voter management software #united #states,donald #j. #trump,john #husted,jon #husted,larry #harmon,us,usa,court,voters,crime #/ #law


    U.S. Supreme Court to hear Ohio s bid to revive voter purge policy

    FILE PHOTO: U.S. Supreme Court is seen in Washington, U.S. October 3, 2016. Yuri Gripas/File Photo

    (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear Ohio’s appeal of a lower court ruling that blocked the Republican-led state’s policy of purging people from voter-registration lists if they do not regularly cast ballots because it violated federal law.

    Civil liberties advocates who challenged Ohio’s policy said it illegally erased voters from registration rolls and unlawfully disenfranchised minorities and poor people who tend to back Democratic candidates. The justices will review a U.S. appeals court ruling that Ohio’s policy ran afoul of a 1993 law called the National Voter Registration Act, which Congress passed to make it easier for Americans to register to vote.

    A Reuters analysis last year found that in Ohio’s three largest counties, which include Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus, voters were struck from the rolls in Democratic-leaning neighborhoods at roughly twice the rate as in Republican neighborhoods under the policy.

    Ohio officials argued that canceling registrations for voters deemed inactive for six years helped keep voting rolls current and accurate, clearing out those who have moved away or died. In September 2016, ahead of the U.S. presidential election, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati ruled that the policy was unlawful.

    Democrats have accused Republicans of taking steps at the state level, including laws imposing new requirements on voters such as presenting certain types of government-issued identification, intended to suppress the vote of minorities, the poor and others who generally favor Democratic candidates.

    The American Civil Liberties Union last year sued Ohio Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted, arguing that the state was violating the National Voter Registration Act, which prohibits states from striking registered voters “by reason of the person’s failure to vote.” The 6th Circuit agreed.

    Under Ohio’s policy, if registered voters miss voting for two years, they are sent registration confirmation notices. If they do not respond and do not vote over the following four years, they are removed from the rolls.

    Husted has said Ohio’s policy has been in place since the 1990s under both Republican and Democratic secretaries of state.

    The suit said the policy led to the removal of tens of thousands of people from the voter rolls in 2015, including one of the lead plaintiffs, Larry Harmon, a software engineer and U.S. Navy veteran who was blocked from voting in a state marijuana initiative in 2015.

    Republican Donald Trump won Ohio in last November’s presidential election.

    The National Voter Registration Act, dubbed the “Motor-Voter” law when it was enacted, required states to permit registration by mail or when eligible people apply for or renew a driver’s license, or visiting certain government agencies or military recruiting offices.

    (Corrects spelling of first name of Ohio secretary of state Husted in 6th paragraph, Jon instead of John.)

    Reporting by Andrew Chung; Editing by Will Dunham

    Introduction to Statistics – Online statistics courses #introduction #to #statistics, #arts #and


    Introduction to Statistics

    Learning Outcomes

    After completing this course, students should have the knowledge and skills to do the following:

    1. Determine and interpret statistics related to the location, variability, and shape of qualitative and quantitative data sets.
    2. Apply basic concepts of probability to determine the role that probability distributions play in statistical inference.
    3. Find and interpret confidence intervals for means, variances, and proportions.
    4. State the assumptions required for and perform basic parametric hypothesis tests about means, variances, and proportions, and find and interpret resulting p-values.
    5. Perform basic nonparametric hypothesis tests about means.
    6. Perform linear regression and make inferences based on the results.

    Apply knowledge of statistics and research design to critically evaluate research findings as well as to make more informed decisions in everyday life.


    STAT 263/3.0 is a twelve week onQ-based (i.e.,online) course which presents the basic concepts and methodology of statistics with the necessary probability included. Topics include probability models, random variables, distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, elementary nonparametric methods. STAT 263/3.0 is a twelve week onQ-based (i.e.,online) course which presents the basic concepts and methodology of statistics.

    A pre-test for the course is available. This test does not count toward the course but will be useful to students who wish to confirm that they have the algebra and computational skills necessary for the successful completion of the course.


    * Whichever gives you the higher mark.

    Weekly Quizzes

    There will be 11 more-or-less weekly quizzes available via onQ– there is no quiz the first week and the quiz for the week of the term test is deferred into the next week. Only the highest 9 quiz marks will be used in the calculation of the quiz portion of the final grade. The questions on the quizzes will be similar to questions worked through in the lectures and presented in the non-assignments.

    Midterm Exam

    The term test, which covers material to the end of chapter 9, will take place during the sixth week of term. Students will take their term test online, like the quizzes. Midterm exam marks will be posted within 5 days after the midterm closes.

    Final Exam

    The final exam will be a three-hour formally supervised exam and will cover all the course material, with an emphasis on material from the second half of the course. This is so because much of the material covered in the first half of the course is fundamental to the material covered in the second half. Details about the final exam will be posted as they become available.

    Students must write their exam on the day and time scheduled by the University. The start time may vary slightly depending on the off-campus exam centre. Do not schedule vacations, appointments, etc. during the exam period.

    **Evaluation Subject to Change **


    Textbooks and Materials

    CDS reserves the right to make changes to the required material list as received by the instructor before the course starts. Please refer to the Campus Bookstore website at to obtain the most up-to-date list of required materials for this course before purchasing them.

    Course Resources

    1. Modern Elementary Statistics. 12th edition, John E. Freund (11th ed. is fine and should be much cheaper).
      The textbook is required for the course both for the explanations of the material and for the practice questions it contains. There is no advantage to the 12th edition over the 11th edition and both should be readily available used.
    2. STAT 263 Course Reader Custom Courseware (version 1.9b)
      The STAT 263 Course Reader Custom Courseware contains the PowerPoint slides presented in the online lectures.
    3. Online lectures: A complete set of videotaped STAT 263 lectures from a previous term, taught by Charles Molson, will be available on onQ. The student should take notes in the courseware while viewing the online lectures.
    4. Solved problem sets: Suggested homework questions and solution sets (called assignments) are provided on the STAT 263 onQ homepage. Students should work through the assignments in preparation for the quizzes, midterm test, and final exam. The assignments are not submitted or graded.
    5. Past term tests and exams: Term tests and final exams from the last few years of STAT 263 classes, along with answers and solutions are provided from the STAT 263 onQ homepage.
    6. Casio fx-991ES PLUS C calculator is required for this course.

    Time Commitment

    To complete the readings, assignments, and course activities, students can expect to spend, on average, about 10 hours per week (120 hours per term) on the course.

    * Whichever gives you the higher mark.

    Weekly Quizzes

    There will be 11 more-or-less weekly quizzes available via onQ– there is no quiz the first week and the quiz for the week of the term test is deferred into the next week. Only the highest 9 quiz marks will be used in the calculation of the quiz portion of the final grade. The questions on the quizzes will be similar to questions worked through in the lectures and presented in the non-assignments.

    Midterm Exam

    The term test, which covers material to the end of chapter 9, will take place during the sixth week of term. Students will take their term test online, like the quizzes. Midterm exam marks will be posted within 5 days after the midterm closes.

    Final Exam

    The final exam will be a three-hour formally supervised exam and will cover all the course material, with an emphasis on material from the second half of the course. This is so because much of the material covered in the first half of the course is fundamental to the material covered in the second half. Details about the final exam will be posted as they become available.

    Students must write their exam on the day and time scheduled by the University. The start time may vary slightly depending on the off-campus exam centre. Do not schedule vacations, appointments, etc. during the exam period.

    **Evaluation Subject to Change **


    Textbooks and Materials

    CDS reserves the right to make changes to the required material list as received by the instructor before the course starts. Please refer to the Campus Bookstore website at to obtain the most up-to-date list of required materials for this course before purchasing them.

    Course Resources

    1. Modern Elementary Statistics. 12th edition, John E. Freund (11th ed. is fine and should be much cheaper).
      The textbook is required for the course both for the explanations of the material and for the practice questions it contains. There is no advantage to the 12th edition over the 11th edition and both should be readily available used.
    2. STAT 263 Course Reader Custom Courseware (version 1.9b)
      The STAT 263 Course Reader Custom Courseware contains the PowerPoint slides presented in the online lectures.
    3. Online lectures: A complete set of videotaped STAT 263 lectures from a previous term, taught by Charles Molson, will be available on onQ. The student should take notes in the courseware while viewing the online lectures.
    4. Solved problem sets: Suggested homework questions and solution sets (called assignments) are provided on the STAT 263 onQ homepage. Students should work through the assignments in preparation for the quizzes, midterm test, and final exam. The assignments are not submitted or graded.
    5. Past term tests and exams: Term tests and final exams from the last few years of STAT 263 classes, along with answers and solutions are provided from the STAT 263 onQ homepage.
    6. Casio fx-991ES PLUS C calculator is required for this course.

    Time Commitment

    To complete the readings, assignments, and course activities, students can expect to spend, on average, about 10 hours per week (120 hours per term) on the course.

    Hollywood school of arts #hollywood #school #of #arts


    Columbia University School of the Arts offers students the opportunity to go to film school at one of the world’s great universities, with a faculty of working professionals esteemed in both Hollywood and the independent film community. Our home is New York City, one of the creative capitals of the world, affording access to exceptional talent pools and locations, major research collections, and the opportunity to see films from every country and era at the many venues dedicated to film culture. Our degree programs are populated by top students from around the world and our curriculum fosters cutting-edge creativity, intellectual rigor and hands-on practicality.

    The Film MFA programs —in Screenwriting/Directing and in Creative Producing —are among the world’s premiere training grounds for emerging filmmakers. Since the Film MFA at Columbia was introduced in 1966, it has been renowned for the global success of its alumni in film and television, including top prizes at Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Berlin and the Academy Awards.

    The MA Film Studies program and the undergraduate Film Studies major give students a unique opportunity to study film history and theory in the midst of an active filmmaking community and a world capital of film culture.

    This summer’s offerings include: Television Writing Intensive, Introduction to Screenwriting, Digital Documentary and more.

    Apply Now for Summer Film Courses

    Columbia Film Captures BAFTA Student Award for Second Year in a Row

    Jimmy Keyrouz, an alumnus of the Columbia Film Program, won the 2017 BAFTA Student Film award in the Live Action category for his film Nocturne in Black. The awards were presented at a ceremony in downtown Los Angeles on June 23.

    Lisa Rubin ’13 is Creator, Executive Producer, and Writer for New Netflix Series Gypsy

    Film alumna Lisa Rubin ’13 makes her Hollywood debut as creator, executive producer, and writer for the much-anticipated Netflix series Gypsy, starring Naomi Watts.

    Culinary Schools, culinary arts schools in california.#Culinary #arts #schools #in #california


    Becoming a Chef

    Welcome to the leading website in helping culinary students find a school and career path to fit their needs and aspirations. We highlight and review all varieties of cooking schools so Culinary arts schools in californiayou can connect to the training and guidance that allows you to confidently step into the world of the culinary arts.

    Culinary Degree Paths

    Within the broad field of culinary arts are many subspecialties and potential majors to consider. In addition to deciding where to go, an aspiring chef also needs to identify what they’d like to study. We review and examine a variety of culinary majors, food and beverage management majors, and we encourage you to compare different culinary-related degrees.

    Career Information

    We perform independent market research and conduct in-depth interviews to bring you the facts about culinary careers. We provide you with balanced data and unique, personal insights to encourage bolder decisions. Learn more about becoming a chef today, including types of chefs, a chef’s career outlook, the culinary job market, and expected wages.

    Top Cooking Schools

    Specialty International Schools

    Every culinary student’s journey is affected by where they study. Regional flavors and emerging techniques may draw you hungrily to specific cities.

    Culinary arts schools in californiaBy taking careful notes on what each state and city offers you, you will be able to zero-in on the programs and professional opportunities perfect for you.

    We offer you more than simply a list of state schools – we help you understand what makes each state’s culinary offers unique. We then look deeper and examine the types of professional food service careers you can find there.

    Use the simple, sorted list below to begin!

    Liberal Arts and Sciences General Education Degree Requirements – College of Charleston


    Liberal Arts and Sciences General Education Degree Requirements

    Consistent with its heritage since its founding in 1770, the College of Charleston retains a strong liberal arts undergraduate general education curriculum. The Liberal Arts and Sciences General Education requirement serves all students, regardless of major, and assures that students are exposed to a breadth of intellectual inquiry distributed across seven areas of the curriculum: History, Humanities, Mathematics and Logic, Foreign Language, Natural Science, Social Science, and Writing. The general education program emphasizes acquisition of knowledge, communication and languages, analysis, explanation and problem-solving. Faculty have defined specific learning outcomes for each of the distribution areas. The fields of knowledge reflected in the College’s seven general education distribution areas draw nearly equally from two dominant models: the mid-twentieth century “core distribution areas” (humanities, social science, natural science, and later mathematics) and the “traditional liberal arts” originating in a classical curriculum (literature, history, philosophy, and foreign languages).

    The College’s general education distribution requirement provides a measure of structure by specifying which fields of learning every student must include, but allows each student the flexibility to select specific courses from among those approved for inclusion in each of the seven distribution areas. General education courses are designed to provide students with a solid foundation for further study as well as allow for intellectual exploration within the liberal arts and sciences. General education coursework in the liberal arts and sciences is an essential part of each undergraduate’s education at the College of Charleston.

    Students must fulfill the general education requirements in effect at the time of their matriculation at the College of Charleston. Matriculation is defined as the first term of degree seeking enrollment or first term of readmission at the College. The general education requirements catalog year remains fixed during the period of time a student is continuously enrolled.

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    Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts #culinary #school, #culinary #arts #program


    Take the Fast Route to a Hot Career at the Escoffier School of Culinary Arts

    Study at an accredited culinary school in Austin or Boulder with a farm-to-table focus

    We prepare our pastry and culinary arts program students for satisfying careers in fast-paced, hands-on programs with one-on-one instruction from industry-experienced chef educators in a small class setting. We proudly offer culinary school curriculum consistent with Auguste Escoffier’s teachings and standards of excellence. If you’re interested in getting a high-level education in cooking or baking, get to know our culinary schools in Boulder and Austin today!

    Student Success Stories

    “Very small class sizes, very personalized. The instructors care. They take the time to answer the questions, regardless of the question.”

    – Travis H. Culinary Arts Student

    “Escoffier Online Boulder provides a realistic, affordable, accredited, self-directed education opportunity for culinary students who wish to succeed in the culinary industry.”

    – Chef Candy Wallace, Founder Executive Director, American Personal Private Chef Institute Association
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    “For somebody that’s ready right then and they want to look five years down the road and say, yes, I took all the necessary steps to get to where I am going…then I would definitely recommend Escoffier.”

    – Lexi N. Culinary Arts Graduate

    “My excellent baking education and supportive Chef Educators in my program are ultimately what have given me the confidence to reach for the next level. I am so grateful for my education at Escoffier and all the doors it has opened for this next chapter of my life.”

    “It has made me a better cook, a better baker, a better leader, a better businessman, and most importantly, a better teacher to my staff.”

    – Lance M. Online Culinary Arts Student

    “I feel my experience at the school has truly gotten me on the right path. I feel supported in a way no other school has ever offered. It’s reassuring to know I have a sounding board for my career decisions.”

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    Alumni Successes

    “Culinary school taught me to be in touch with the classic dishes from around the world.”

    “Most of all, it was a concentration on technique. Also, it provided the opportunity to work in a team environment with a bunch of other chefs to put together a meal.”

    “That is what Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts is: prep, put it together, cook, clean, and then you go home. And that is the way a restaurant is. I’ve worked with a lot of people from other schools, and they don’t have as much hands-on experience. And they are always running around to catch up.”

    — Jeffrey Lammer, Culinary Arts Graduate, Kitchen Manager, Root Down Restaurant

    Jeffrey Lammer

    “Culinary school taught me to be in touch with the classic dishes from around the world. Most of all, it was a concentration on technique. Also, it provided the opportunity to work in a team environment with a bunch of other chefs to put together a meal.

    That is what Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts is: prep, put it together, cook, clean, and then you go home. And that is the way a restaurant is. I’ve worked with a lot of people from other schools, and they don’t have as much hands-on experience. And they are always running around to catch up.”

    — Jeffrey Lammer, Culinary Arts Graduate, Kitchen Manager, Root Down Restaurant

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    Los Angeles Colleges and Schools

    Colleges in Los Angeles, California

    There are at least 82 colleges in Los Angeles, listed and described below. These schools represent 233,750 or more students (full-time and part-time), a combined student body equivalent to 212,044 full-time students, and a reported 29,919 dorm rooms.

    The largest schools here include University of California-Los Angeles, California State University-Northridge, University of Southern California and California State University-Los Angeles. For a prestigious selective school, you might want to look at University of Southern California, Occidental College, University of California-Los Angeles or Loyola Marymount University.

    We also provide an extensive list of California Colleges .

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    Community health centers

    Community Health Centers are not operated by Public Health – Seattle King County. Dental clinics available at some sites. Visit each site for details on locations, open hours and other information.

    • The Center for Pediatric Dentistry
      Dedicated to providing the best quality dental education and services to improve the dental health of children ages birth through 18 and children with special needs ages birth through 20.
  • Country Doctor Community Health Centers
    Operates two main clinic sites: Carolyn Downs Family Medical Center and Country Doctor Community Clinic, as well as an After-Hours Clinic at Swedish Cherry Hill campus.

  • HealthPoint
    A community-based, community-supported and community-governed network of non-profit health centers dedicated to providing expert, high-quality care to all who need it, regardless of circumstances.

  • Highline Medical Center
    Highline Medical Center provides a Family Birth Center, cancer center, orthopedia and joint care and emergency services.

  • International Community Health Services (ICHS)
    ICHS has a full-service clinic in Holly Park, a primary care clinic for clients of Asian Counseling and Referral Service in the International District, and a school-based health clinic for students at Seattle World School/NOVA High School.

  • Lake Washington Institute of Technology – Dental Clinic
    Offers quality dental care to the general public. The clinic is staffed by licensed dentists, licensed dental hygienists, certified dental assistants, and students serving your oral health care needs.

  • Neighborcare Health
    Provides comprehensive health care to families and individuals who have difficulty accessing care; respond with sensitivity to the needs of our culturally diverse patients; and advocate and work with others to improve the overall health status of the communities we serve.

  • Sea Mar Community Health Centers
    A community-based organization committed to providing quality, comprehensive health, human and housing services to diverse communities, specializing in service to Latinos.

  • Seattle Children’s Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic
    A community clinic located in Seattle’s Central District. Children from birth through 21 receive care from a team of specially trained pediatric care providers. OBCC provides medical, dental, mental health and nutrition services to all families, regardless of their ability to pay.

  • Seattle Indian Health Board (SIHB)
    SIHB provides community health care and services targeting the urban American Indian and Alaska Native population in the greater Seattle/King County area.

  • Shorline Community College – Dental Clinic
    The clinic is a self-supporting non-profit facility run by college staff and students. First and second year students provide quality care with direct supervision from registered dental hygienists and licensed dentists.

  • University of Washington School of Dentistry
    Educates a diverse student body through a challenging learning environment informed by cutting-edge scholarship. We fully embrace the social responsibility and public trust of our role as an international leader in education, research and clinical services.

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    Are you interested in finding out about career choices in the culinary arts?

    The culinary arts industry is continually looking for potential individuals. And one of the leading features of this business is that motivated people can often begin working fast, without needing to spend years at school.

    Most professionals in this business began by enrolling in classes at a college that supplied brief, focused training in culinary arts topics. These types of institutions can successfully prepare students for successful culinary careers.

    These institutions supply professional groundwork and instruction for individuals who may likely one day be in job opportunities including:
    Nutrition specialists
    Kitchen managers
    Menu planners
    Pastry chefs
    Baker assistants
    Foodservice specialists
    Banquet chefs
    Culinary supervisors
    Bakery chefs
    Dessert caterers

    Besides sessions that educate enrollees to actually work in a kitchen, restaurant and hospitality studies programs condition enrollees for positions in the banquet, hotel, restaurant and other food service establishments. This form of instruction can condition students for work in roles including:
    Food service manager trainee
    Catering specialist
    Restaurant management
    Hotel manager
    Dining room administration
    Restaurant supply purchasing specialist
    Banquet specialist

    Students who go after a culinary profession typically decide on one of three degree program levels:
    1. Bachelor Degree
    2. Associate in Science Degree
    3. Certificate of Achievement

    A certificate of achievement training program is normally a one-year process. Certain programs may be even longer while others might well be shorter.

    Certificates can often be awarded to students in various categories of expertise. Although the majority of certificate education is for general culinary arts instruction, some institutions offer concentrations in facets such as baking and pastry making.

    An associate’s degree program is most often two years long, but a number of students may be able to finish sooner.

    A bachelor’s degree is a four-year process. Students who are in the restaurant operations management discipline will also be forced to take business classes and traditional elective courses to be able to earn a bachelor’s diploma.

    For the most part, students who wish to work as a chef or work in the actual food preparation section of a restaurant usually enroll in a one or two-year program. Students who desire to succeed in the restaurant management field should expect to strive towards gradually completing a bachelor’s degree at a university or college, but this degree can often be concluded after they actually begin working in the restaurant business.

    Typical classes may include:
    Purchasing and buying for the kitchen
    Supervising and working with others in food service
    Catering and special events operations, including equipment and menu planning
    Basic mathematics for use in the kitchen and restaurant
    An overview of restaurant operations and dining room service
    Fundamentals of baking
    Advanced pastry making, including cakes, frozen and low-calorie items
    Introduction to Desserts
    Meat, fish and poultry, including food safety standards
    Garnishes and preparation
    Decorative confectionary and dessert making
    An introduction to the typical restaurant kitchen and tools
    Nutrition and nutritional guidelines in menu preparation
    Menu planning and development
    An introduction to the hospitality business
    Cuisine fundamentals
    Safety, sanitation and food handling in the kitchen
    Beverages, including wine and spirits and coffee
    Food and wine pairing
    Principles of food and beverage costs
    Advanced cuisine topics which may include seasonal subjects

    Many programs will include internship opportunities which will consist of actual job experience in a local restaurant or commercial kitchen.

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    College of the Arts – College of the Arts #cal #arts #college


    Welcome to the College of the Arts

    The College of the Arts at California State University, Fullerton is home to more than 2,400 graduate and undergraduate students in the School of Music and the departments of Art and Theatre Dance. It is a destination of choice for students seeking the highest quality training in the visual and performing arts in an environment that encourages individual achievement and artistic expression.

    The College of the Arts is a major cultural resource for both the University and the larger community. Its centerpieces are the Clayes Performing Arts Center and the Nicholas Lee Begovich Gallery. Clayes Performing Arts Center is an impressive complex that provides state-of-the-art facilities for performance and instruction. The Nicholas Lee Begovich Gallery, a flexible exhibition space, was named “Best Art Gallery” in OC Weekly ’s “Best of Orange County 2015.” These two world-class facilities are home to a wide array of performances and rotating exhibitions featuring regionally and nationally recognized artists. Each year, the College presents more than 400 theatre and dance productions, music performances and recitals, exhibitions, and other special events.

    Award-winning faculty, students and alumni epitomize the substantial impact and reach of Cal State Fullerton in Orange County and beyond.

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    Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

    Build Your Career with an Online Psychology Degree

    The principles of psychology are used in nearly every field, from human resources and rehabilitative therapies to educational testing and business practices. Regardless of the career path you choose, the Penn State World Campus online bachelor of arts degree program in psychology can help you refine the analytical skills you need to understand interpersonal interaction — and implement valuable problem-solving techniques.

    With a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree, you can pursue a graduate degree or you can apply your knowledge in such fields as:

    • social work
    • probation and corrections
    • professional at-home aid
    • caregiving for the elderly and children
    • recreational therapy

    Why a Psychology Degree Online at Penn State

    The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology provides a broad education in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. It can give you the foundation you need to develop your career as a caregiving professional or in social work. It may also be a good fit if you want to attend graduate school in psychology or a related field.

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    Canada Culinary Arts, Hospitality and Cooking Schools #pearson #school #of #culinary #arts


    Find a Top Cooking School in a Canadian Province

    British Columbia is most renowned for cosmopolitan and inventive Vancouver, also known as Hollywood of the North, and for quaint nearby Victoria. Both are nearly close enough to throw a stone from Washington State. So it’s no wonder then that one of the most popular U.S. culinary programs has carved out a campus in Vancouver for budding chefs and bakers across the border. But you’ll discover a couple of other leading culinary arts schools in Vancouver.

    Major Canadian cities include Toronto. Vancouver. Montreal. Ottawa. and Calgary. The country is an international melting pot of language, culture and foods. Regional cuisines weave a tapestry of traditional, ethnic and inventive fusions from street food to fine dining. French cuisine remains common as well as creative French-American dishes. Study and live in Montreal and expect to be fluent in French, which is the primary language in Quebec province. But cities like Vancouver, Toronto, and Ottawa speak largely English. Venture into ethnic enclaves and you’ll hear languages from far-flung countries.

    State of the Hospitality Industry

    The hospitality and food service industries are perennially booming north of the border, great potential if you’re seeking an international destination not that far from home. And if you’re into skiing or winter sports Canada offers some of the best slopes in the world. Economically the country is thriving, as well, which also fuels the career potential for qualified chefs. Get a passport and you’re as good as there.

    Understanding Canada’s Read Seal Certification Standards

    If you’re going to be studying as a chef in Canada you need to have a grasp of The Red Seal certification program. This government standard – The Inter-Provincial Standards Red Seal Program — ensures vocational training like that of culinary and cooking schools, is standardized across the country. When a restaurant executive chef checks out your resume and sees that you’re a certified Red Seal chef, he or she knows that you have met certain industry competencies and been taught to a defined industry standard, regardless of your experience or ambition. To be certified you must take the Red Seal Certification test.

    Jobs for Chefs in Canada

    Earn your chef’s whites in Canada and you could be qualified for a job in a variety of capacities:

    • restaurant chef/cook
    • hotel chef
    • banquet chef
    • corporate chef
    • resort/spa chef
    • cruise chef
    • institutional chef
    • private chef
    • caterer’s assistant

    List of Top Canadian Culinary and Pastry Arts Institutes, Chef Training Programs, and Restaurant Management Schools

    International Culinary Schools at the Art Institute of Vancouver, BC is the only US-based AI program to venture into Canadian soil. Study a curriculum that trains you in international cuisines and culinary technique and offers on e of the more comprehensive selection of degree programs, indicative of the high demand for hospitality as well as chef professionals. Study: Advanced Diploma Culinary Arts and Restaurant Ownership, Advanced Diploma Hospitality and Business Management, Advanced Diploma Entrepreneurship and Restaurant Ownership, Culinary Arts Diploma, Baking and Pastry Diploma, Certificates Baking and Pastry 1 and 2, and Certificates Culinary Skills 1 and 2.

    Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa is located in the heart of Canada’s capitol and convenient to major travel hubs for international students. This is one of the most prestigious culinary curriculums in the world and based on the Paris model of the same name. Study classic French cuisine and cookery methods under the guidance of world-class chef/instructors and in state-of-the-art kitchens. Programs of study: Le Cordon Bleu Cuisine Diploma, Le Cordon Bleu Patisserie Diploma and Le Cordon Bleu Grand Diplome, an intensive combination of both.

    The Culinary Institute of Canada at Holland College in Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island is one of the most well-known Canadian culinary arts schools. And it should be: here is where Canada’s chef competition team, Culinary Youth Team, hails from. CIC attracts an international crowd of exceptional chefs-to-be and is located along Canada’s striking northeast coast. Programs of study: Culinary Operations, Culinary Arts, and Pastry Arts.

    Liaison College . in Hamilton Ontario is one of 10 campuses in the province. The school has earned a reputation as a culinary industry leader, with a popular chef-training curriculum to its name. Programs of study: Cook Basic Diploma, Cook Advanced Diploma, Hospitality Administration, and Personal Chef Diploma.

    Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts, Vancouver . British Columbia is top-notch and driven to put career-focused students into food service jobs with plenty of growth potential. Located in downtown cosmopolitan Vancouver, you have access to some of the best restaurants and hotels in the country. Study: Culinary Arts, Baking and Pastry, and Restaurant Management.

    Elliot House Restaurant and Chef School. or Mississauga Chef School, in Mississauga Ontario is a small pro and amateur chef training school and restaurant. If you’re a budding professional you’ll find small, intimate training and a proven curriculum. Curriculums are designed to cater to new student chefs as well as pros looking for renewed inspiration. Study: Professional Chef Diploma, Culinary Arts Diploma, Culinary Management Diploma, and an assortment of standalone specialty courses.

    Niagara Culinary Institute at Niagara College in Niagara-on-the-Lake Ontario boasts a campus on which you might lay the foundation for a prestigious chef’s career. Student chefs learn consummate culinary skills and cooking technique, in state-of-the-art kitchens, apply those skills to the on-site dining room, and in critical industry apprenticeships. Programs: Culinary Management, Chef’s Training/Culinary Skills, Baker Apprenticeship, and Cook Apprenticeship.

    Northwest Culinary Academy of Vancouver. BC is one of a handful of world-class culinary arts academies in Vancouver. Chefs Tony and Chrisophe own and design the curriculum, a unique delivery. Their goal: get you in, get you trained to expert levels and get you into a job. Programs are ultra-intensive: One Year Professional, Professional Culinary, and Professional Pastry/Bread.

    Constellation College of Hospitality in Toronto, Ontario is the epicenter for consummate hospitality training. Study amid some of Canada’s most luxurious hotels and resorts. Programs: Hotel and Restaurant Operations Diploma, Advanced Hotel and Restaurant Management, Fundamentals of Hotel and Restaurant Management, and Food and Beverage Management Diploma.

    Stratford Chefs School in Stratford, Ontario uses a teaching model that relies heavily on the study-while-you work concept. You are engaged heavily in apprenticeships in a variety of professional kitchen environments throughout the region and the country where you’re mentored and guided by accomplished chefs. Prerequisite is at least 6 months experience in a food service industry job before you apply. Programs: Chef Apprentice.

    Canadore College – North Bay, Ontario – Culinary Administration
    George Brown College – Toronto, Ontario – Chef Training, Culinary Management
    Loyalist College – Belleville, Ontario – Culinary Skills, Culinary Management
    Okanagan University College – Kelowna, British Columbia – Culinary Arts
    SAIT – Calgary, Alberta – Culinary Arts, Hospitality full-time and part-time programs
    Vancouver Island University – Nanaimo, British Columbia – Culinary Arts

    Find A Local Culinary School Today!

    Counseling Psychology – Graduate Programs – UHV Arts and Sciences #graduate #programs,


    Counseling Psychology

    This 60-hour graduate psychology program leads to a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology.

    The program will prepare you to assess and to provide psychotherapy or counseling to people in need. It has a strong clinical component and meets the academic requirements for the Texas Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) credential. With this license, you can practice as a professional counselor in your own practice, for a mental health agency, a psychiatric hospital, a residential treatment center, or a university counseling center, among other sites. Counseling psychology job options are better the higher your credentials. A master’s level degree and license make you more competitive and in-demand. Want to learn more? Request information on the programs that interest you.

    As an LPC, your professional practice may involve assessment, intervention, and/or consultation.

    • Clinical interviewing
    • Evaluation and classification of normal and maladaptive behavior
    • Administration, scoring, and interpretation of standardized intelligence and personality tests
    • Writing evaluations for a variety of clients
    • Help individuals solve life problems and create more fulfilling lives
    • Provide individual, group, family and career counseling
    • Provide crisis intervention and other support services
    • Consult with parents, educators, clergy, medical professionals, and others regarding client issues and welfare
    • Coordinate services between treatment sites, clients, and the community

    If your educational goal is to pursue a doctoral degree in Psychology, then the Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology provides a valuable foundation toward that pursuit.

    Admission to the counseling psychology, forensic psychology or school psychology master’s program is based on an evaluation by the program’s admission committee of the following information.

    • A 1-2 page essay that states the applicant’s reasons for applying to the program and the applicant’s career goals.
    • One Letter of Recommendation (including the Graduate Recommendation Form for Graduate Psychology Programs (from a non-UHV, non-family source.
    • Evidence of having completed undergraduate or graduate courses in statistics, research, and abnormal psychology. A particular course will be waived as a requirement if the student passes a comprehensive final or its equivalent for the designated course with a grade of C or better. The exam may be taken no more than once for a particular course.

    For more information about UHV’s Counseling Psychology program, please contact the Program Director Dr. Catherine Perz .

    Jennifer Reeder is available at the Katy campus for advising. Appointments are required. Please call 361-570-4201 to schedule an appointment.

    Online Master Of Arts in History #master, #arts, #arts, #humanities, #apu, #online


    online Master Of Arts in History

    American Public University offers its widely popular online history degrees and certificates for individuals seeking a foundational education, working professionals, expert historians, and avid history enthusiasts alike.

    online Master Of Arts for History Professionals

    As part of its flagship history program, American Public University offers its Master of Arts in History online degree. This popular graduate history degree takes students on an academic journey exploring the key historic events, people, and cultures that fundamentally shaped the world today. Through research, discussion, and analysis, students also attain a knowledgeable perspective of how future societies and nations might progress. History graduate students are offered the flexibility of choosing from some of the most favored eras including American, Ancient and Classical, European, Global, and Public History.

    American Public University’s faculty is comprised of scholar-practitioners. Many are authors and historians actively researching and unlocking new perspectives. Students also engage with a dynamic group of peers who are devoted to expanding their breadth of historical knowledge and to developing accurate interpretations. The pursuit and completion of the Master of Arts in History attracts professional educators, historians, and enthusiasts alike. The degree is also helpful in developing professional skills that include quality writing and communications, research and analysis, and the ability to present compelling arguments. American Public University also provides students with access to an outstanding online research library housing special academic texts and materials.


    Concentrations are designed to help you group courses together so you can further specialize in your field and pursue a more focused path to degree completion.

    Explore the concentrations available for this program.

    • American History
    • Ancient and Classical History
    • European History
    • Global History

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    At American Public University, our expert faculty and industry advisors work to shape a quality, relevant, online education that responds to the needs of working professionals looking to advance in their careers. Come discover how our award-winning, accredited education can help you reach your next level.

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    American Public University is a leading provider of affordable, quality online education offering more than 200+ degree programs to learners everywhere. APU is ranked in the top 92% overall of online bachelor’s degree programs by U.S. News World Report.
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  • What Is a Liberal Arts School? Best Colleges Online #liberal #arts #online


    What Is a Liberal Arts School?

    As you begin your pursuit of a bachelor’s degree, you’ll be confronted with numerous decisions about colleges and majors. There are massive schools with tens of thousands of undergraduate students and tiny schools with barely more than 1,000 students. You’ll find professional schools, technical schools, vocational schools, business schools and research institutions. If you haven’t already considered earning your bachelor’s degree from a liberal arts college, it’s something to think about now. There are several benefits of choosing a liberal arts school, from personal attention to the development of valuable and versatile skills.

    Traits of Liberal Arts Colleges

    Most liberal arts schools tend to be small, and not just in total enrollment numbers. Their characteristic small class sizes, which allow for more individual attention throughout your education, happen to be one of the most popular features of a liberal arts education.

    Liberal arts schools tend to be private rather than publicly funded, The College Board reported, although that’s not always the case. Many maintain some form of religious affiliation, though not all do.

    Despite their private status, most liberal arts schools don’t have the high price tag that accompanies an education from many private universities. Liberal arts colleges also tend to be quite generous with their financial aid packages – more so even than many public state schools, CBS News reported. A year’s worth of tuition at one of the most affordable high-quality liberal arts colleges in the nation can be as low as $12,800.

    The typical liberal arts college is a four-year institution. While you may earn your bachelor’s degree in liberal arts generally, you may also have the option to choose a major or focus area in a subject like history, literature, philosophy, theology, English or foreign languages.

    What to Expect from a Liberal Arts Education

    Don’t let the name “liberal arts college” mislead you. Students do study artsy topics like music and literature and subjects in the humanities, like history and languages. However, they also develop a thorough background in math and science, according to The College Board.

    In many ways, it’s not so much what subjects of study a liberal arts education includes that are important, but instead what skills you will cultivate as you earn your degree. At a liberal arts college, you won’t just learn the technical, professional or research skills you need to succeed in a specific career. You’ll take courses in many disciplines that help you develop abilities like thinking critically, speaking eloquently and writing clearly. You will learn to analyze and communicate information well, which are skills that numerous employers in countless industries find valuable.

    A liberal arts college isn’t the right choice for every student. However, for those who are seeking a versatile education that will help them further skills they can use throughout a wide range of careers, academic environments and life situations, going to a liberal arts school may be an excellent decision.

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    Baking & Pastry Certificate #culinary #arts #schools #in #alabama


    Baking and Pastry Certificate

    The Baking Pastry Arts Certificate prepares students for a wide variety of entry level positions in the baking and pastry industry. It combines a foundation of baking pastry and management skills the industry demands, in addition to a curriculum that incorporates opportunities to learn and work in a student-operated bakery. The curriculum introduces students to the basic fundamental skills and philosophies of the food service industry and helps prepare them for their career as a foodservice professional.


    Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will be able to:

    • Distinguish between, and successfully utilize a wide array of ingredients and baking methods to produce and/or plate, and critically analyze a variety of fundamental and contemporary baked goods, products and desserts.
    • Demonstrate all food and beverage costing techniques related to profitable food service business operations.
    • Reflectively practice proper ethical purchasing and procurement processes as it relates to the proper flow of goods for a successful food service operation.
    • Demonstrate appropriate safety and sanitation practices, including safe food service equipment operation, as it relates to the hospitality industry.
    • Demonstrate appropriate employability skills necessary for an entry level position in the industry.


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    Explore Culinary School Options, Cooking Tips – Culinary Careers #culinary #schools, #culinary


    Chef2Chef is your one-stop destination for all-things food and culinary training.

    Popular culinary careers

    With more than $683 billion in annual sales, restaurants are major players in the culinary industry, employing 13.5 million individuals across the country. Indeed, the culinary scene is a behemoth and only growing, fed by a growing appetite for all things food. Driven by 24-hour food-focused television channels, popular chefs have become the food superstars of today, helping to spur the popularity of and expand interest in culinary careers and education.

    But, whether you want to become the next Mario Batali, Gordon Ramsey, or Rachael Ray, open a Michelin star-rated restaurant, or capture a James Beard award, training is the first step. Because careers within the culinary arts are so varied, you can pursue multiple educational and professional opportunities in the field.

    Popular careers in the culinary arts include the following:

    Pastry chef. Pastry chefs call upon their creative baking skills to prepare a host of culinary delights, from cakes to pies, gelato to chocolates.

    Executive chef. Responsible for keeping a finger on the pulse of every operational element of a kitchen, from supervising food preparation to managing food costs, selecting a menu to hiring staff.

    Hospitality manager. Within the travel, tourism and hotel industry, the hospitality manager helms operations, dealing with the minutiae of customer experience, from the prices a tourist sees on a menu to the staff hired to greet them at the front desk.

    Restaurant manager. Tasked with ensuring the daily functions of a restaurant are organized and efficient, restaurant managers handle a variety of tasks from designing menus to staff scheduling, managing public relations to event planning.

    Sous-chef de cuisine. The right hand of an executive chef, sous-chefs are responsible for managing the daily functions of a kitchen, from overseeing food presentation to training junior chefs.

    Culinary career outlook and opportunities

    The culinary arts industry is as big as it is diverse, presenting culinary arts school graduates with the opportunity to pursue careers in a variety of locations and work environments. Common culinary establishments include restaurants, hotels, wineries, bakeries, schools, private households, spas and more.

    Nationally, the job outlook for culinary professions is muted, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting single digit employment growth between 2012 and 2022 for several occupations, including chefs (5%), food service managers (2%), pastry chefs (2%), and hotel managers (1%). However, these nationwide statistics are misleading. Although the overall demand appears to be tempered, culinary arts professions remain in demand in numerous states throughout the country, especially in Idaho, Texas, Arizona and Colorado.

    Below is a list of 2012 and 2022 employment growth projections by profession for several culinary occupations:

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    Master of Arts in Communication Management #master #of #arts #in #communications


    Master of Arts in Communication Management

    The Master of Arts in Communication Management provides advanced contemporary study and practice in professional communication management. It is suitable for current and aspiring practitioners who want to attain the relevant expertise to achieve their career goals.

    The Master of Arts in Communication Management provides advanced contemporary study and practice in professional communication management. It is suitable for current and aspiring practitioners who want to attain the relevant expertise to achieve their career goals. Students can major in the areas of Public Relations, Integrated Communication, or Organisational Change and Communication. Alternatively, students can elect to complete generalist studies which provide a foundation for the broad field of communication management practice.

    Academic staff involved in the course have substantial industry experience and have undertaken research in the field.

    Course aims

    Graduates of this course have:

    • advanced understanding of communication and its management
    • the ability to synthesise communication theory and practice
    • the ability to analyse, design, cost and evaluate a communication strategy
    • a sensitivity to ethical and legal issues related to communication
    • a capacity to reflect on the roles and responsibilities of communicators
    • the capacity to apply perspectives that are intercultural and global, and
    • a sensitivity to issues of exclusion, equity and justice.

    A full list of the graduate attributes of the course is available from UTS: Communication .

    In most cases, UTS offers domestic students entry to postgraduate courses on a fee paying basis.

    Tuition fees are charged:

    • based on the particular course in which you are enrolled
    • based on the number of credit points in which you are enrolled
    • at the rates set for the current year and revised annually

    Fees for future year(s) published in the online calculator, whilst unlikely to change, are estimates only. UTS makes every effort to provide up to date future year(s) fee estimates and to limit any changes, however, UTS reserves the right to vary fees for future year(s) at any time.

    Tuition fees can be found in the online calculator .

    A small number of postgraduate courses offer government subsidised Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP). Find out whether there are CSPs available in this course by visiting our postgraduate fees page .

    In addition to tuition fees, students are required to pay a Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF). The purchase of textbooks and other course materials may also result in additional costs.

    Tuition fees for international students vary between courses and range from A$20,610 to A$50,140 per year.

    Tuition fees for international postgraduate coursework students can be found using fees search .

    Tuition fees must be paid in advance each session and are subject to annual increase. Fees for future year(s) published in fees search, whilst unlikely to change, are estimates only. UTS makes every effort to provide up to date future year(s) fee estimates and to limit any changes, however, UTS reserves the right to vary fees for future year(s) at any time.

    For this course, the cost per credit point for 2017 is $588. The total credit points are 72.

    All international students should familiarise themselves with the following documents:

    • Protocol on fees and refunds for international students – contains the fee and refund conditions for international students
    • Tuition Protection Service – designed to ensure that students receive the tuition they have paid for

    In addition to tuition fees, students may be required to pay a Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF). Textbooks and other course materials will also result in additional costs.

    For further information on costs related to your study at UTS, visit the international students’ fees information page .


    Career options cover the fields of public relations and communication management, including those positions related to communication advising, community relations, corporate communication, integrated communication, internal communication, international communication, media liaison or public affairs.

    Admission requirements

    Applicants must have completed a UTS recognised bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent or higher qualification, or submitted other evidence of general and professional qualifications that demonstrates potential to pursue graduate studies.

    For applicants with a bachelor s degree:

    • the degree must be in the field of education, management and commerce, society and culture (eg Bachelor of Arts), or creative arts
    • if the degree is not in the field of education, management and commerce, society and culture, or creative arts, applicants must also have a minimum of two years related professional work experience. Applicants must answer the employment question in the UAC application as employment experience is assessed according to the response provided.

    For applicants with a master s, graduate diploma or graduate certificate:

    • the degree can be in any field of study.

    If applicants have not met any of the requirements above, they must provide:

    • a personal statement (approximately 500 words) explaining why they wish to study the course they are applying for, and
    • a curriculum vitae (CV), which should include details of paid and voluntary work or other experiences (eg special interest groups) that could be relevant to the course.

    If applicants do not submit these documents, their application may not be considered.

    To articulate into this course, applicants must have successfully completed at least three subjects in the Communication Management postgraduate program. In addition, completed subjects must have been awarded with a credit average or above.

    The English proficiency requirement for international students or local applicants with international qualifications is: Academic IELTS: 6.5 overall with a writing score of 6.0; or TOEFL: paper based: 550-583 overall with TWE of 4.5, internet based: 79-93 overall with a writing score of 21; or AE5: Pass; or PTE: 58-64; or CAE: 176-184.

    Eligibility for admission does not guarantee offer of a place.

    Visa requirement: To obtain a student visa to study in Australia, international students must enrol full time and on campus. Australian student visa regulations also require international students studying on student visas to complete the course within the standard full-time duration. Students can extend their courses only in exceptional circumstances.

    Check to see if there are additional admission requirements for this course.

    If you don’t meet the admission requirements for this course, there may be alternative pathways to help you gain admission.

    Credit recognition

    Students who have successfully completed the Graduate Diploma in Communication Management (C06105 ), Graduate Diploma in Public Relations (C06103 ), Graduate Diploma in Integrated Communication (C06101 ), or the Graduate Diploma in Organisational Change and Communication (C06102) are eligible for credit recognition for completed subjects.

    Students who have graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Public Communication) (C10248 ) may be granted up to one-third of the postgraduate course in credit recognition. Other relevant qualifications are considered on a case-by-case basis.

    Articulation with UTS courses

    This course is part of an articulated program comprising the Master of Arts in Communication Management, the Graduate Diploma in Communication Management (C06105 ), the Graduate Diploma in Public Relations (C06103 ) and the Graduate Diploma in Integrated Communication (C06101 ).

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