I think a bigger concern is the grade inflation that is rampant on the liberal arts/humanities side of campus. A 4.0 is English wasn seen as very impressive at my university, but a 3.5 in engineering certainly was. Perhaps if they toned down the grade inflation, they start to earn more respect..
Unfortunately this national government is not our own. It’s China’s. Yes, the Chinese rulers, who have a brutal record of repressing labor, have suddenly embraced a new doctrine of protecting worker rights. “An elite police squad hunts a manipulative mastermind out to publically execute criminals the law cannot reach. For fans of Jo Nesbo, Se7en, and Hong Kong police cinema. The brutal murder of respected police officer Sergeant Zheng Haoming sends shockwaves through Chengdu, a modern metropolis in the heart of China’s stunning Sichuan Province.
History students at the University of Guelph earn one of the most versatile degrees available working with some of Canada’s top historians and researchers. More and more, professions and professional schools look for young people with broad training, adaptable skills and clear judgment, rather than a narrow field of training. Our graduates are flexible, intelligent, polished communicators, researchers and problem solvers who follow their passions in business, law, education, civil service, education, journalism and the arts..
Economic development marketers have been using industry clusters for decades. For tourism enterprises this provides opportunities for increased collaboration, improved visitor experiences, increased profits and more opportunities to build economic growth through expanding existing businesses. It may also help in gaining a stronger, more unified voice and new found political clout..
Yeah it’s a trend that has moved to the west coast. New England is where I first heard hazy’s coming out of and then Great Notion really made it like their go to IPA style. Now seems every pdx brewery is coming out with a hazy IPA. How I would love to be a British pound. A pound is free to travel to safety, and we are free to watch it go. This is the human triumph.
A year ago, Suleman and his board sold Achievers to California based Blackhawk Network for US$140 million. After spending most of the past decade in San Francisco, Suleman returned to Toronto, bought a condo with a terrace to die for, and started giving back to the tech community.It a different ethos from the corporate philanthropy that built Canada medical, education and arts infrastructure over the past century. Tech entrepreneurs such as Suleman aren just donating funds; they jumping into the trenches to make life easier for next year entrepreneurs.