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Reaching people 'where they are'

April was Minority Health Month. On three Thursdays during the month, we published my three-part series on health disparities among minority populations in Frederick County. 235 more words


Example SharePoint Survey Application

SharePoint comes with an easy to use survey application that can be used for just about any type of survey (e.g. customer, employee, vendor, etc.). This blog post illustrates using the survey application for an internal employee survey. 428 more words

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Why enthusiasm matters

By: Mandy Mitchell

I was giving a talk to a high school journalism class recently when I got a question from one of the students. The young lady asked “what makes someone stand out in the TV news business? 370 more words

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Do you know, by keeping the generated heat across the power plant in optimum limits, you can save lot of fuel and reduce unwanted gas emissions? 489 more words

Obamacare Option: Liberty's Bar Does Right Thing for Employees

By Conrad Wolfewolfeca@mail.uc.edu

Bartender Alexandra Frederick was worried that she would lose her parents’ health insurance coverage once she turned 27 last year. But thanks to new incentives for small businesses under Obamacare, and a thoughtful group of employers, she hasn’t lost a day of her coverage. 773 more words


Attitude to Learning grades

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I’ve been thinking about reporting on student effort recently.  I no longer feel that a simple effort grade captures the subtleties of the learning habits expected in a contemporary classroom.  820 more words


Life at The Alms: Crime, Bugs, Mold Daily Worries

By Lee Finn, finnwl@mail.uc.edu

Duct tape covers the cracks and crevices inside Terri Williams’ residence at 2525 Victory Parkway in Walnut Hills – everything from small chinks in the baseboards to gaps in the kitchen cabinet doors and even the vent grills for the heating ducts. 743 more words