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The Harlem Renaissance – Research Project and Presentation

Describe major works/accomplishments made by the person during his/her lifetime. How did these accomplishments contribute to the changing face of America and African Americans of the time period?

Shakespeare’s depiction of monarchy was strongly influenced by political theories

As noted in Greenblatt’s introduction to Richard III, Shakespeare’s depiction of monarchy was strongly influenced by political theories presented in Niccolo Machiavelli’s The Prince, which was written in 1513, first printed in 1532, and widely read throughout Europe and Britain.

Read the excerpt below from The Prince and then write a post on ONE of the following prompts:

How does the play, Richard III, portray ideas expressed in this excerpt from The Prince? Does the play support, question, or challenge Machiavelli’s advice? How does Richard (or other key characters in this play) dramatize Machiavelli’s ideas for gaining and maintaining power?

Consider how advancements in technology, particularly social media, have helped or hindered “lions” and “foxes” in modern politics. Can you relate any figures to how Richard uses manipulation and intimidation? Despite the differences in governmental structure, how does Richard III and this excerpt from Machiavelli’s The Prince compare to examples of politics in the 21st century?

Hospitality and tourism businesses better guidance

Discuss which school of thought can offer hospitality and tourism businesses better guidance during and after a crisis/pandemic and why.

Job-RN working in a hospital on med surg/COVID floor

Identify a problem or issue from your current practice (job-RN working in a hospital on med surg/COVID floor) setting or past student practice setting that you think could be framed as a policy issue. Very briefly explain the issue / problem and choose either the Longest or Kingdon model to apply to your issue / problem. Explain why you choose the model that you did.

Space Weather

1.Check this out: … …find me something on this Wikipedia page that is cool and important!

2.We ran into “magnetic reconnection” in several places. Where? And why is it important?

3.Are there any sunspots right now? How about Coronal holes??

4.Put these in order of lowest to highest energy per photon: Visible Light, Gamma Rays, Microwaves, Cosmic Ray, Ultraviolet, Infrared, X-raysPut these in order from sparsest to densest: thermosphere at 400 km, photosphere, air density in your parent’s basement, solar wind.

5.Check out this old Dst data. What’s it a measure of? What’s happening on 6 Nov.?

6.Where is the L1 Lagrange point (no, not the one near the moon!) relative to the magnetopause(e.g. ratio of distances from center of Earth)? Does this relationship ever change?

7.Archimedes was an old Greek dude. Trace the track a typical CME takes on its way here. (assume we are looking down onto the solar system from the “north”)

8.Once things are moving faster than about 10% light speed, we consider them relativistic. Approximately what minimum energy does an alpha particle need to be to be considered relativistic? How about an electron? Compare these energies to a “typical” cosmic rayas well as a “typical” SEP.

9.Earth’s magnetic field flips on occasion. How often? How quickly can it happen? Does the Sun’s magnetic field ever flip in a similar way?

10.How close will the Parker Solar probe eventually get to the “surface” of the sun (in units of solar radii)?

11.A CME and associated shockwave traveled to the outer solar system in the mid-1980s. Was there any good music in the 80s? Anywho, Voyager picked up a radio hiss(~2 to 3 kHz) when this packet hit interstellar wind (an indication that the CME had reached the heliopause?) about 13 months after it flopped out of the sun. Assuming it was traveling a wee bit faster than typical solar wind, how far away is the heliopause?

12.WIND ( data (solar wind stuff) is shown:What is being measured?What time(s) might you expect some geomagnetic storm activity here on Earth??

13.You’ve built a rocket in your parents’ basement that you’re sending to Mars. Where (if anywhere) should you launch from to avoid the Van Allen radiation belts on your trip?

14.An alpha particle in the solar wind approaches Earth. If it weren’t for our magnetic field, this particular beastie would be heading straight towards State College PA!! Thankfully, it is deflected… towards the East coast or the West coast??? Note: assume Vernal Equinox (basically a few days from now)

15.What isF 10.7 ? Why do we care? What frequency does it operate at? .

16.What parameter do we measure to define the strength of solar flares?

17.The Super-K facility seems neat! But I wonder why they built it so far underground? It’s located about 36 degrees North latitude; wait, what is its magnetic latitude? … Quite often it detects neutrinos from underneath itself! Whiskey Tango Foxtrot???

18.Consider differential rotation of our sun … how long does it take for the low latitudes to “lap” high latitude portions of the sun? Do we see SW effects on these time scales? Compare your answer to the 11-year solar cycle… btw, what was the Carrington rotation number when you were born?

19.What’s the ratio between typical solar wind speed and typical wind speed in a tornado?

20.The IMF sometimes points north, sometimes south… why does it change?21.SDO Image of sun. Where might you expect fast solar wind to be originating from? …Oh, and btw, what wavelength was this image taken at?

22.If you were tasked with putting a permanent solar observing station at L5 or L4, which would you choose, and why? btw, w here are the STEREO satellites right about now?

23.What wavelength does SDO’s Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager operate at? What does it measure, and why do we care?24.Why is Sansa important to understanding Space Weather? True, she is Queen in the Northand married to a Jonas brother, but that might simply all be a distraction…

25.What (if any) are the connections between these solar abnormalities: Prominences, Flares, Sunspots, and CMEs ?

The likelihood of an explosion disrupting the water supply to Jeddah

Case Study: “Assess the likelihood of an explosion disrupting the water supply to Jeddah and develop a plan for the Ministry of Interior that • responds to this threat by covering prevention, mitigation and response, • utilizes international best practices, and • Is consistent with the ethical and legal responsibilities of security officers.”

The role of carl jung’s “shadow” and its role in “The Lottery” and “Good Country People”

Discuss the role of carl jung’s “shadow” and its role in “The Lottery” and “Good Country People”

Business-Level and Corporate-Level Strategies

Research the company on its own website, the public filings on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Filing & Forms page,the Lexis Advance database, and any other sources you can find. The annual report will often provide insights that can help address some of these questions.

Use the Business-Level and Corporate-Level Strategies Template [DOCX] to ensure that your assignment meets the requirements.

Write a 6 page paper in which you do the following:

Analyze the business-level strategies for the corporation you chose to determine the business-level strategy you think is most important to the long-term success of the firm and whether or not you judge this to be a good choice. Justify your opinion.
Analyze the corporate-level strategies for the corporation you chose to determine the corporate-level strategy you think is most important to the long-term success of the firm and whether or not you judge this to be a good choice. Justify your opinion.
Analyze the competitive environment to determine the corporation’s most significant competitor. Compare their strategies at each level and evaluate which company you think is most likely to be successful in the long term. Justify your choice.
Determine whether your choice from Question 3 in the Business-Level and Corporate-Level Strategies Template [DOCX] would differ in slow-cycle and fast-cycle markets.


Intelligence, cross-cultural awareness

Cultural awareness score.

After learning about your intelligence, cross-cultural awareness, and some novel ideas about culture, you are responsible to write at least 400 words reflecting on:

Your interpretation of your intelligence (Multiple intelligence)
Your interpretation of your cultural awareness score.
Do you agree with your scores? In what ways can you improve them?
How do you think this course will help you understand your “self” more?


Write a unified, coherent essay about what makes happiness. In your essay, be sure to:
clearly state your own perspective on the issue and analyze the relationship between your perspective and at least three other perspectives
develop and support your ideas with reasoning and examples
organize your ideas clearly and logically