In Chicago, as well was the US in general, there are very many
important, exciting ethnic puzzle pieces that form and complete the city.
From Italian, to Polish, to African American, every ethnicity has
contributed to melting pot of the city. The Spertus
1. By the time she reached the doctor, her blood pressure was so high and her blood sugar was
extremely high. She could have had a heart attack or stroke. She had experienced confusion,
panic, incoherent speech, and redness and swelling.
March 31, 2015
1. Skloot had heard several times that out of all the Lackses, he was the angriest of them all about
what happened to his mother and that he was looking for any revenge he could get.
1. Deborah was suspicious when Skloot recommended photocopying the records. She stuff papers
in her canvas bag and later rushed at Skloot and slammed her against the wall. She was afraid
that Skloot would turn out to be like Cofield. She didnt
March 24, 2015
1. Deborah met a mechanic named James Pullum who worked at a steel mill and was a preacher.
She took on several different types of jobs to support her family including: barber, notary public,
1. It suggests to me that scientists were always pushing forward to make new things and work with
living organisms, such as Frankenstein who was made from parts of humans and then
electrocuted to become alive. The public perception was fear, be
1. That he was just like anyone else. His bark appeared to be worse than his bite. He appeared to
be a jolly guy at heart.
2. He knew from stories that his mother was always a giving person who always cooked and made
sure everyone else was take
1. The cells were taken out into space to see how they would perform. They grew more rapidly and
more powerful. A Navy doctor, George Hyatt tried to use them to help with healing skin wounds
on soldiers, but when they came back cancerous, he ab
1. Lawrence was 4 years old and Joe was 1 year old.
2. They wanted to help Day with the children
3. Some family thought Ethel was trying to move in on Day and get all her hate out for Henrietta by
torturing her children.
4. She beat
1. No one knew what nutrients they needed to survive, or how best to supply them. they were
trying to create a perfect culture medium. Contamination was another issue, sterility was a
2. Mary labeled the cultures with the fir
1. The doctors assumed that the radium therapy was a cure for her cancer.
2. They didnt find anything wrong with her and only no0ted she complained of vague lower
abdominal discomfort. They wanted her to follow up in a month.
3. Benevolent decep
1. There was a law that stated performing an autopsy or removing tissues from the dead was
illegal. Day was initially against it
2. His cousin told him that it couldnt hurt and it may help his children some day
3. Mary realized that these cells
1. A cell looks a lot like a fried egg. The author describes the cells cytoplasm like a New York City
2. A division of cells. Repair, reproduction, and growth are beneficial processes
3. It was beautiful, like a perfectly choreographed dance.
A basic comprehension of the
methods described here is
necessary for an appreciation of
the significance and the
limitations of the information
presented in the text
Must have sensitive method for detection.
Select a good source for the
What is an Earthquake?
Earthquakes occur along (within) faults. These represent fractures
(zones of weakness) within the brittle rocks that makeup the crust of our
planet. It is the abrupt rupture or movement along these structures that
triggers an earthq
T o p ic s
Id e ntify ing C o nc e p ts
C o nc e p tAttrib ute s
C o nc e p tAs s o c ia tio ns
C o ntra c ts :P re c o nd itio ns a nd P o s tc o nd itio ns
Us e C a s e s vs .Do m a inMo d e l
In use case analysis, we consider
the system as a black box
CAPM as a Regression
The CAPM puts structure i.e., how investors form efficient portfoliosto Markowitzs (1952) mean-variance optimization theory.
The CAPM assumes only one source of systematic risk: Market Risk.
(1) Cannot be diversifi
Module 5: Anonymity, Security,
Privacy and Civil Liberties
Ethical and Social Issues
Information has increased in value
The demand for information is high due to:
Module 1: Introduction to Social
and Ethical Computing
Historical Development of Computing
Development of the Internet
Development of the World Wide Web
The Emergence of Social and Ethical
Problems in Computing
The Case for Computer Ethic
Chapter 8 Outline
Decision Making and Creative Problem Solving
Challenges for Decision Makers
Decision making: identifying and choosing alternative courses of action
A. Dealing with Complex Streams of Decisions
1. Multiple criteria to be satisfied by a
Managers and Entrepreneurs
A. Working with and Through Others
B. Achieving Organizational Objectives
C. Balancing Effectiveness and Efficiency
D. Making the Most of Limited Resources
E. Coping with a Changing Environment
Fundamentals of Air Traffic
Approach, Departure and Air
Route Traffic Control Centers
Terminal Radar Approach
busy facilities that have been delegated
a large amount of airspace, an approach
The Evolution of Management Thought
The Practice and Study of Management
An Interdisciplinary Field
No Universally Accepted Theory of Management
The Universal Process Approach: assumes all organizations requi
Chapter 3 Outline
The Changing Environment of Management: Diversity, Global Economy, and Technology
The Twenty-First-Century Workplace: Seven Major Changes (pp. 71-73)
The virtual organization
setting up shop wherever you are
Chapter 4 notes
International Management and Cross-Cultural Competence
International Management: pursuing organizational objectives in international and intercultural settings
Global Organizations for a Global Economy
A. The Internationalization Proces
Chapter 7 Outline
Strategic Management: Planning for Long-Term Success
Strategic Management = Strategic Planning + Implementation + Control
Strategic Management: seeking a competitively superior organization-environment fit
Strategy: the pattern of dec
Chapter 5 notes
Managements Social & Ethical Responsibilities
Social Responsibility: Definition and Perspectives
A. Corporate Social Responsibility: idea that business has social obligations above and beyond making a
1. Voluntary Action
Chapter 6 Outline
The Basics of Planning and Project Planning
Planning: Coping with uncertainty by formulating courses of action to achieve specified results.
Figure 6.1 Planning: The Primary Management Function.
What, when, and how things