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Letters to a New Teacher By Hillside Faculty
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A group of educators at Hillside High School in Durham, NC explore what it takes to become a successful teacher.
Faculty Psychiatry By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Short Tract Book Anthony J. Fejfar argues for psychiatry based in the school of faculty psychiatry.
Faculty Psychiatry By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Short Tract Book Anthony J. Fejfar argues for psychiatry based in the school of faculty psychiatry.
Faculty Row By Pat Patterson
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Dr. Pierce Brussard, cursed by his dashing good looks, stands accused of raping and murdering one of his students at a small college. In order to clear his name and pursue the love of his life, he... More > must uncover the underhanded dealings of high ranking college administrators< Less
Faculty Row By Pat Patterson
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Dr. Pierce Brussard, cursed by his dashing good looks, stands accused of raping and murdering one of his students at a small college. In order to clear his name and pursue the love of his life, he... More > must uncover the underhanded dealings of high ranking college administrators< Less
Faculty Row By Pat Patterson
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Dr. Pierce Brussard, cursed by his dashing good looks, stands accused of raping and murdering one of his students at a small college. In order to clear his name and pursue the love of his life, he... More > must uncover the underhanded dealings of high ranking college administrators< Less
On the Natural Faculties By Galen
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If the work of Hippocrates be taken as representing the foundation upon which the edifice of historical Greek medicine was reared, then the work of GALEN, who lived some six hundred years later, may... More > be looked upon as the summit of the same edifice. He was born in Pergamum A.D. 129, and both there and in other academic centres of the Aegean pursued his medical studies before being appointed physicial to the Pergamene gladiators in 157. Becoming dissatisfied with this type of practice he emigrated to Rome, where he soon won acknowledgement as the foremost medical authority of his time. ...everything is in sympathy. According to Asclepiades, however, nothing is naturally in sympathy with anything else, all substance being divided and broken up into inharmonious elements and absurd "molecules." Necessarily, then, besides making countless other statements in opposition to plain fact, he was ignorant of Nature's faculties, both that attracting what is appropriate, and that expelling what is foreign.< Less
On the Natural Faculties By Galen
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The Galenic corpus is the collection of writings of the ancient physician Galen. Galen's understanding of anatomy and medicine was principally influenced by the then-current theory of humorism, as... More > advanced by many ancient Greek physicians such as Hippocrates. His theories dominated and influenced Western medical science for nearly two millennia. His anatomical reports, based mainly on dissection of monkeys, especially the Barbary Macaque, and pigs, remained uncontested until 1543, when printed descriptions and illustrations of human dissections were published in the seminal work De humani corporis fabrica by Andreas Vesalius where Galen's physiological theory was accommodated to these new observations.< Less
Preserving Place and Conserving Culture: The Challenges of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem By NCHC Faculty Institute
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In the summer of 2013, faculty from Honors programs and colleges around the country met in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for a faculty institute focused on City as Text ™ pedagogical... More > approaches. This professional development program was organized by the National Collegiate Honors Council’s Honors Semesters Committee, and it was co-sponsored by Longwood University. Participants reflected on their institute experiences through a series of writing assignments tied to first impressions, walkabout explorations, isolation activities, and turning points. Selections of that written work are compiled in this book along with key photographs submitted by participants.< Less
Coeus International School 2006-2008 By Students Faculty and Staff
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