Planning & Building Your Class Schedule Check Your Program of Study Now remember, your counselor will help you - But… you are ultimately responsible for making sure you take the right classes. You must double check your catalog for your program of study (guide sheet) and check off…… yes, literally making a big check mark... after you complete each course on your guide sheet. That way, you will be in charge and will know exactly where you stand regarding how close you are to completing your program and obtaining that degree or certificate!!! It is also your responsibility to apply for graduation when you are within one semester of completing your degree or certificate requirements. back | home | next
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Other Support vs Biosketches NIH Form Project # Dates Person Months Source Annual DC Title Major Goals JIT Other Support YES YES YES YES YES YES YES RPPR Other Support YES YES YES YES YES YES YES Biosketch YES YES NO YES NO YES YES Pending Complet ed Inactive When submitte d NIH Form Roles Overlap Active JIT Other Support NO YES YES YES NO NO JIT RPPR Other Support NO YES YES NO NO YES PROGRE SS REPORT Biosketch YES NO YES NO YES NO PROPOS AL 21 Other Support Training 03/22/2019
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NESTED FUNCTIONS The main function is not the only function that can call other functions. Any function can be set //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// up to do so! // This program queries the user for the coefficients of a // // cubic polynomial and then uses ASCII characters to graph // // the polynomial in a user-specified range of the x-y plane. // //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// #include #include using namespace std; void queryUserForCoefficients(double &coeff3, double &coeff2, double &coeff1, double &coeff0); double queryUserForCoefficient(int exponent); void queryUserForRange(char axisLabel, int &rangeMin, int &rangeMax); void graphCubic(int xMin, int xMax, int yMin, int yMax, double coeff3, double coeff2, double coeff1, double coeff0); void outputLabel(double coeff3, double coeff2, double coeff1, double coeff0); void outputCubicTerm(double coeff3); void outputQuadraticTerm(double coeff3, double coeff2); void outputLinearTerm(double coeff3, double coeff2, double coeff1); void outputConstantTerm(double coeff3, double coeff2, double coeff1, double coeff0); void outputStrip(int yVal, int xMin, int xMax, double coeff3, double coeff2, double coeff1, double coeff0); bool closePoint(int xVal, int yVal, double coeff3, double coeff2, double coeff1, double coeff0); CHAPTER 5 – User-Defined Functions 8
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Bluetooth Bluetooth Feature Evolution Specifcatons 1.1 1.2 2.0 + EDR 2.1 + EDR 3.0 + HS 4.0 Voice Dialing Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Fast Transmission Speeds Yes Yes Yes Yes Lower Power Consumption Bluetooth Low Energy Yes Yes Yes Yes Call Mute Last-Number Redial Yes
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O 6 objectives of the UB grant Minimum 2.5 Grade point average Academic Performance--Grade Point Average (GPA) O O 85% of participants served during the project year will have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better on a four-point scale at the end of the school year. Academic Performance on Standardized Test: 77% of UB seniors served during the project year, will have achievedthat the proficient Test in Math & Reading/LA onmath. the 10 grade levelproficient on state assessments in reading/language arts and Secondary School Retention and Graduation WKCE test O 96% of project participants served during the project year will continue in school for the next to academic year, atgrade the next level grade level, or will have graduated secondary Pass the next or graduate with afrom regular school with a regular secondary school diploma. diplomaSchool Graduation (rigorous secondary school program of study) Secondary O O O 75% of all current and prior year UB participants, who at the time of entrance into the project had and expected high school graduation date the school will complete a Complete a rigorous HS curriculum (4inyears ofyear, core, 2 years rigorous secondary school program of study and graduate in that school year with a regular secondary school diploma. WL) O O Postsecondary Enrollment O 74% of all current and prior UB participants, who at the time of entrance into the project Senior willschool enroll in college (2school or 4year, year) the infall had an cohort expected high graduation date in the will enroll a program of postsecondary education by the fall term immediately following high school graduation immediately after graduation, file a deferment forschool, a from or will have received notification, by the fallor term immediately following high an institution ofdate higher (Reserves). education, of acceptance but deferred enrollment until the next spring start academic semester (e.g. spring semester) O Postsecondary Completion Complete an Associates of Bachelor’s within 6 years of HS 57% of participants who enrolled in a program of postsecondary education, by the fall term immediately following high school graduation or by the next academic term (e.g., graduation spring term) as a result of acceptance by deferred enrollment, will attain either an O associate’s or bachelor’s degree within six years following graduation from high school.
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Exempt Human Subjects Research Decision Trees Educational Exemption (#1) Survey, Interview or Observation of Public Behavior (#2) Benign Behavioral Intervention (#3) Yes Children Established education setting No Comprehensive IRB review Surveys, interviews, tests, or observations No Children Yes No Comprehensive IRB review Yes Educational tests or observation w/o interaction No Yes Comprehensive IRB review No PHI Yes FERPA or PHI No Self-determined Yes No Yes No IRB Determined Self-determined IRB Determined No Comprehensive IRB review Yes Yes Deception Disclosed IRB Determined or IRB Limited Review if identifiable, sensitive data Yes Only PHI No Comprehensive IRB review No Identifiable data Yes Sensitive Data Yes IRB Determined IRB Determined Self-determined IRB Determined No Recorded w/o identifiers No Self-determined Yes IRB Determined Government collected data Yes IRB Determined No Sensitive Data PHI Yes No Yes IRB Limited Review Yes Publicly available No No Yes IRB Determined No PHI PHI Yes Not Regulated No Has deception No Identifiable data No Yes Comprehensive IRB review Yes Adverse impacts on students or teachers No Yes No Normal education practices Secondary Use, No Consent or Broad Consent (#4, 7 & 8) Identifiable data No Benign behavioral interventions Yes Yes Comprehensive IRB review Last Updated: 09/27/17 IRB Determined IRB Limited Review Self-determined Identifiable research data or nonresearch data Yes No Comprehensive IRB review Has broad consent Yes IRB Limited Review
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Measurement Tech/Apps Matrix Network Measurement Apps, Tech, Who Matrix 23-Sep-99 Tech\App pchar netperf/ttcp netlogger netflow virtue/pablo/etc gloperf/NWS LDAP SQL database UDP traffic gen Application Team Type admin admin application admin/app application application application application admin UC to Labs yes yes later later NU to ANL IM+ yes yes especially yes later yes especially later especially CAVERNsoft Accessbot yes yes yes ? yes yes yes yes later later yes yes yes yes yes later yes especially Cactus yes yes yes yes later yes yes later yes Mambretti Jason, Andy Jason, Alan Shalf Chuck Sellers Chen Steve Tuecke JJ, Tom Coffin Seidel (FTP mainly) Ian Dan Sandin Linda Ian, Linda Techspert Linda, Alan Ian, Volker Ian, Ruth Mike, Randy Ruth Ian Ian Ian Alan University of Illinois at Chicago
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Planning & Building Your Class Schedule Develop Your Program of Study You and your counselor will work together to develop your individual plan of study, discuss strategies for success, and address any problems you may be facing Continue to meet with your Counselor each semester. Remember, the sooner you schedule your appointment each semester, the better! Call or stop by the Counseling Center during the month of September to schedule an appointment with a Counselor to plan your Spring Semester Classes. Call or stop by the Counseling Center after January 15th to schedule an appointment with a Counselor to plan your Summer Session and Fall Semester. back | home | next
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