March 4th 2016
Writing and Communities
When we look at fictional short stories it is easy to acknowledge the social
norms because that is was most readers can relate to. Short stories allow for the
lesson to come across sooner.
Mid-Term Participation Reflection
Please submit below a paragraph describing:
the ways you have participated in class (e.g., answering Prof. Sallees
questions, pair-share activities, TAKE 5 discussions) or outside of
class (e.g., cam
Industry Exercise #6: Social Media Analysis
Posted Ad Age article Plenty of Mobile but no Mobile Strategy for Clorox
Posted Sprout Social article 6 Social Media Trends Taking Over 2016
Choose a Clorox brand
Omaha Storm Chasers
'a' is Omaha Storm Chasers History and Current Status
Founded by Dan Edelman in 1952 in Chicago
ard Edelman took on leadership rolls
ml" Frezi Common industry pr
What pieces of evidence did Wegener use to reconstruct Pangaea and support his
theory of continental drift?
Alfred Wegener was credited with the hypothesis of the continental drift. He
propositioned that all landforms were initially unified i
Public Relations Theory and Strategy
Module 1: PR Agency New Business Pitch (110 points)
Due: Upload PPT file/Prezi link and TechSmith Relay video file onto Canvas by
11:59 p.m. on July 14
Note: This assignment is for ADPR 450 stu
1. What is the difference between stress and strain?
Stress is the force per unit area applied for a material such as rock. Strain is
the deformation caused by stress.
2. What is the difference between an anticline and a syncline?
The basic concepts of geology that affect my every day life begin with turning
on the lights in the morning. The electricity that is needed to power the lights, along
with everything else I need to function during the day runs through wires made
RELEASE AND PERMISSION TO USE PHOTOGRAPHS
This Release and Permission to Use Photographs (the Agreement) is made
and effective June 23, 2017,
For good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of wh
1.Define geology (in your own words, do not copy the definition directly from the
text or PowerPoint).
Geology is the study of Earth, including its structural make up, materials, and
processes. Geology includes the study of the organisms in which populate
Edelman: PRWeek Global Agency Business
Firmly on the path of communications marketing, this behemoth agency saw
solid growth last year and expects more of the same.
Welcome ladies. Welcome gentleman I want to
personally thank the Omaha Storm Chasers team for taking
the time out of your busy schedule to meet today. My name
is Briann Grier and I am the business development director
at Edelman public relations firm. Our
Market, Brand & Consumer (MBC) Research Assignment
Due by 11:55 p.m., 7/18 in Canvas.
You may type in your answers in this WORD file and submit a completed file in either WORD or
1. Based on Company Summary and Competitors Report for Seventh Generati
1.What are the criteria used to define the term mineral?
a solid inorganic substance of natural occurrence.
According to our textbooks a mineral is defined as an inorganic crystalline solid
which has specific substantial assets. Inorganic, wh
ADPR 450/850: PR Theory and Strategy
Module 1: Learning Assessment (40)
Instructions: Type your answers to the following questions in this WORD
document. Upload this file onto Canvas by 11:59 p.m. on July 14.
A. Why is PR a management function
1. What is the major difference between magma and lava?
Magma is molten rock matter beneath the surface, while lava is molten rock
matter at the surface.
2. List the three locations where magma forms.
Magma forms in the mid- ocean ridges, sub
We have good reason to avoid unnecessary exposure to radiation because of
the possibility of damage to cells. Using two species of plants as
experimental organisms, we will examine seedlings grown from see
Deliberate Fallacy Paper
Fallacies are committed in every state, in every city and in every neighborhood.
No race or gender is impervious to committing a fallacy. So, what is a fallacy? A fallacy
is defined as an argument that consists in some
Viewing a Small World
Using the microscope The size scale of cells is so small that
magnification is needed for viewing them. Follow these steps for successful use
of the instrument.
1. Obtain a microscope from the shelf, carrying it with both hands.
Comprehending the Small World
Only recently in the history of science have we become familiar with
the microscopic world. First the technology was invented, then came
understanding of the roles of cells in organisms both la
Critical Thinking Notes
Critical Thinking is Daily Job
What is Critical Thinking?
Too many definitions
o The art and science of analyzing and evaluating thinking in order to
Why Cells Divide Cells divide to produce new cells for the bodys
growth and repair. But why dont cells simply grow larger? A few
calculations will help us answer that question. This table illustrates
Getting Acquainted with Molecules
Molecules? That sounds like chemistry! Theres no avoiding it, modern
biology is based on chemistry. Although there are many chemical details that
we will by-pass, the rest of our course will revolve in some way around bas
Lots and Lots of Cells
In both sexual and asexual contexts, several processes contribute to an
cell division producing new cells to allow for increase in body size;
cell growth individual cells enla
The quality of the environment can be maintained only with an
attitude of shared responsibility on the part of everyone. What is your
attitude toward ecological concerns? Do you place a high value on
Studying genes naturally includes studying families - parents,
grandparents, great-grandparents, and so on. Although we know only a few
of our ancestors, realistically we are the product of generations of random
matings of a male and a fema
Some components of our natural environment are constantly being
re-used. There is, in fact, no choice in nature. Although recycling of
materials is a relatively new technological approach to reducing trash
and saving money, it is a very old
Acquiring a supply of energy and building materials ("feeding," in loose terms) is
a basic requirement for survival. Different organisms accomplish this task in
different ways. The basic question at this time is What are the typical options?
An Environmental Impact Study
The human population concentrated on this campus daily exceeds
that of many small towns in Nebraska and Iowa.
We use large
quantities of resources and generate a great amount of waste in the
process of getting an educatio