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Presenting Food and Culture: Teaching Nutrition through “Learning by Doing”

Food and Culture Club serves multiple purposes to increase internationalizing the campus by promoting interest and knowledge of diverse foods and cultures through two free well-attended events each semester.

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Published Online: May 31, 2016

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Mathematical Learning with Digital Media for Low-income Preschool Children: A Case Study of ELLs and Non-ELLs

This paper discusses iPad instructions for supporting math learning of young children from low-income families in a mid-west area of the United States.

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Applying the PMBOK Risk Response Planning Standard to Sea-level Rise

This study articulates an approach to addressing the risks of Sea-level Rise (SLR) based on the systematic and well-tested approach of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK).

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Faith and Religious Considerations in the Effective Operation of a Higher Education Campus in Singapore

A case study conducted at a university campus in Singapore found that including the staff's spiritual beliefs in campus organization was crucial to the effective operation of the campus.

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Desert Ecotourism Strategic Planning with an Emphasis on the Sustainability of Peripheral Desert Settlements: A Case Study of the Dasht-e Kavir

This paper offer solutions for stabilizing desert settlements from the point of view of economy, society, desert wilderness protection, and preventing desert greening, based on active participation of residents.

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Monumentalizing the Real: On the Status of the Document and the Functions of the Image in Griersonian Documentary Film

Precisely in the moment when Griersonian documentary film was born, the relationship between actuality and its representation became increasingly problematic and as a result documentary rather monumentalized than documented actuality.

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Published Online: May 27, 2016

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The Endowment of Light: A Sense of Space

Atmosphere is the name given to the image of light in architectural space; endowed memory may be the process whereby the image evolves.

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Published Online: May 27, 2016

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National Intelligence, Corporate Competitiveness and Privacy Rights: Co-existing in Cyberspace

The paradox of national intelligence, cyber competitiveness, and privacy raises vital policy question. This article explores the unique characteristics of cyberspace and develops frameworks to balance the competing interests.

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Published online: May 27, 2016

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"Brand" and Brand Image: Misdefinition, Misuse, Miscommunication, Empirical Amphiboly, and Resolution

Hardly anyone knows what the word "brand" means anymore. Most confuse it with the brand image concept. This article attempts to sort out the mess and remedy the widespread confusion.

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Cognitive Science, Photography, and Narrative: Introductory Thoughts on an Unexplored Nexus

This paper provides concrete examples of how cognitive science may inform photographic practice and interpretation, including a more rigorous approach to understanding narrative in single photographs.

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