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The first welcome England gave me was rain. It rained a little bit and then it rained a lot. This basically continued from Heathrow all the way to the hostel. 419 more words


Save Activity state in Android

There are many situation where you will need to save the state of current activity and then retrieving it back. Mostly this will be required when user will change the screen orientation mode and the app need to support both the mode like Portrait and Landscape. 156 more words


Who's Who at KU: Jenna in ISS

Name:  Jenna Mittelmeier

Job title: Orientation Coordinator

KU office: International Student Services (ISS)

Hometown: Iola, Kansas, USA

What I do at KU: I coordinate the “YOU at KU” international student graduate and undergraduate orientations.   531 more words

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#MollyTheIntern: Orientation, Random Strangers and a BFF

Writing a blog entry that covers the basics of Freshman Orientation was a piece of cake. But when my boss asked me to write an entry about my own personal experience with orientation and dorm life, I knew I’d have to go into the back of my closet to rummage through my little freshman memories box to do some long overdue reminiscing.

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Systemic flaws in biomedical research?

In March an interesting paper by 4 prominent scientists was published in PNAS (http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2014/04/09/1404402111.full.pdf+html). In this paper, they discuss the flaws in the system of biomedical research in the US. 290 more words


On the Red Eye back home

Just last month, I visited Mission Door headquarters in Denver CO for New Staff Orientation. Five of us from different parts of the country came together to meet the administration and learn the nuts and bolts of this awaiting occupation and what happens behind the scenes. 423 more words