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https://www.youtube.com/embed/fnMYgBtE470 good morning everyone welcome welcome get yourself a cup of tea or a cup of coffee and settle in on this dreary februari morning for those of you who are regular attendees you know the drill could you everyone please as you leave fill out an evaluation form it's very important for us as we plan this series and the end the months and years ahead if you'd like to sign up for continuing education credits APA credits CMEs you also need to fill out an additional evaluation form that is in the back of the room and also sign in and out so it is my absolute pleasure to introduce to you this morning someone that you probably already know dr. sherry Barkin and sherry has a very interesting history she's been kind of all over the place she got her bachelor's in zoology and education I didn't…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/tAsz6Yuvw3Y I’m attending one of the health professional schools here at BU. And the prerequisites, of course, were, like, anatomy, physiology, biology. And yet– Those are all offensive and terrible. Yeah. [LAUGHTER] That seems to be the case. We’ve discussed quite a bit about transgenderism and whatnot, even more than, say, cardiovascular disease. And we’ve even had assignments– That makes sense, yeah. I know, right? We’ve even had assignments where you would get docked off or not get the points if you didn’t say that you would, let’s say, even change their gender and in the medical profile to the gender that they say, which I think is just terrible, considering– It’s idiotic. Yeah. It’s fully idiotic. If it says on your profile that you’re a member of the sex to which you do not belong, then you’re going to get profiled medically wrong.Certainly. If you’re having lower stomach pain,…

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https://www.youtube.com/embed/8VRDiNU5rco In this video, we will cover a topic that has been a source of a lot of frustration and questions for international students, and it is How to calculate the equivalence of your degree or grades to the Canadian Grades system To demonstrate the module to use to accurately Calculate the equivalence of your degree or grades, we will use as a very good example a Masters program in Animal Science at the University of Manitoba. The first step to take is to visit the website of the university you want to attend In this tutorial. We will use the university of Manitoba Once on the website. You visit the programs page and go through the requirements. You will see HERE. The University states, ALL STUDENTS APPLYING FOR A MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAM, MUST HAVE ATTAINED A MINIMUM GPA OF 3 B or equivalent in the last two full years,…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/jhG8-SmwQuo Hello everyone! Welcome to the series of videos using APA 7th reference format. This video teaches you how to cite online literature. What if the document has no author or date? To cite online literature, you need the following information: Author Latest update date Literature name Site name URL With this information, you can start writing references. References begin with the author’s last name, plus the first letter of the author’s name. Then add the year in parentheses. If there is a specific date, it can be written as: (2017, September 21). Next, write the name of the document. The document name must be italicized, and the first letter must be capitalized. The first letter of the subtitle after the colon in the document name should also be capitalized. Both country names and proper nouns must be capitalized. Then write the name of the website, capitalizing the first letter…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/wqks_R90ykI Good afternoon, I am Dr. Haffensteiner and I’ll be your professor for Chemistry 131 One thing I want to go over with you first: I know a lot of you are freshmen. How many of you are freshmen in here? Most of you, yeah. Something you want to know about this class: this class is extremely hard. Last year 55% of this class failed. That’s something I wanted to say right now, so that it’s in your mind. Are any of you interested in going to med-school? Alright, show up hands. That all? If you want to just… I have with these little demonstrations.If you could just stand up It’s a quick visual thing, if you could just stand up. Quiet, please! Quiet! Take a look around, see who is standing! I need everyone in the left hand section and the middle section to sit down. Quiet! Quiet, please!…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/8an6x-NLfIc I’Ve often been asked whether if I had to do it all over again, would I be a physicist Of course I would be a physicist. It uses my skills at mathematics. It makes contact with the world. It helps me feel that I understand how the world works. When I was about 8 years old, I used to read everything that came through the house, including comic books, One image from a science comic book, particularly stuck with me over the years. This was an image of an atom At the centre there was a proton and around the proton, an electron round and around There is the electron. This electron, however, was peculiar different from other electrons, because it had on it little people And these little people had their own lives their own things that they did. My latest scientific work was based upon an image…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/rxOj0-Dnpkw Being a chemistry professor means that I have the freedom to explore my intellectual pursuits. To be professor means that I get to be creative. To me being a professor is really about education and problem solving. I love being a professor, if you ask what is it we really do? Well we create things and this involves many, many people. There are a lot of responsibilities for chemistry professors. The obvious ones are teaching, doing research, and service. Meaning you might be on different committees at the university in your department or even in the bigger community. Beyond that though professors are constantly writing research publications, they’re reviewing those publications for other people through the peer review process. They’re writing grants, reviewing grants. They might be doing community service. There really are an endless number of things that start coming your way that you may not have been…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/IA5MzyaK2v8 I’Ve always known that I wanted to go to law school and I wanted an advantage against the competitive cohorts of today’s law. Students and Humber offer a unique degree where you obtain the practical experience through Humber skill sessions and through their coop, but you also obtained, like theory, based learning. The Bachelor of applied Arts degree program in paralegal studies is a four-year degree program. It’S accredited by both the Ministry of training, colleges and universities and the Law Society of Upper Canada. It’S the only undergraduate degree program, I credited by the Law Society, and it has set the standards for a paralegal education in the province. I graduated from Humber in 2008 from a paralegal studies degree program. I currently work at an insurance adjusting company in contract management and compliance role. I chose Humber because it provided me with a degree that was more…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/7Un_Uu_sACI – We’re here with Sean Logan. Sean, one of the big decisions that students face is when to actually apply for college. Can you kind of walk me through how to think about that decision? – [Voiceover] Sure, there are basically three different types of applying that students will do. One type of it is in early programs. A second is rolling admission. And the third is just regular admission. – [Voiceover] Great, and what do each of those mean? What are the differences? – [Voiceover] In the early process, there’s typically three different programs that students may want to take advantage of. There’s early decision, restrictive early action, and there’s also just regular early action. – [Voiceover] Great, and can you explain what each of those are? – [Voiceover] The nice thing is that they generally all use about the same time frame.Generally, the time frame is the…