Title: Report on Ernest Everett Just Scientist: Ernest Everett Just - Male Date Of Birth: August 14, 1883 He was born in the discriminative conditions of the South and yet, Ernest Everett Just made his way up to become one of the most highly respected scientists of his time, graduating magna cum laude (with very great honour in Latin) from Dartmouth College in 1907, having earned a Ph.D. in zoology from the University of Chicago in 1916, and teaching at Howard University in Washington, D.C. from 1909 until his death in 1941. Just’s key contributions were served to enhance our understanding of the main parts of early biological development. He focused on fertilization, cell division, artificial parthenogenesis, the physiology of cell development, and the effects of dehydration and ultraviolet radiation on cell and chromosome structure. Ernest Just produced ground-breaking research in cell biology at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts. It had been at the Woods Hole laboratories when he’d made and important discovery about cell cleavage, the successive cell divisions leading to the formation of the embryo.
Qtynness X. Franklin Mrs. Collins LMG 332 6/29/11 The Legacy of John D. Rockefeller John D. Rockefeller created one of the greatest monopolies of the nineteenth century. Rockefeller dominated the oil industry with his company’s monopolistic methods of underselling, differential pricing, and transporting rebates. As ruthless as the Standard Oil Company was before its separation; Rockefeller gave away vast amounts of his wealth to charities making him a true philanthropist. Philanthropy played a big part in Rockefeller’s life, before and after the Standard Oil Company. Rockefeller defined modern philanthropy by donating more than 550 million dollars to charities, churches, schools of all kind, and organizations throughout the nation.
Today, the company has a portfolio of 22 billion-dollar brands and a market capitalization of nearly $200 billion ( P& G, 2006). P& G (2014) estimates that of the more than seven billion people on the planet, that they serve approximately 4.8 billion of them . Procter & Gamble attributes its success and distinction as one of the ten most valuable companies in the world to their unwritten company policy that the consumer is their boss and by fulfilling its purpose: touching lives and improving life
Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. He is one of the most influential abolitionists in the world. He has changed the world for the better. King got is Ph.D. degree at Boston University in 1955 and was the youngest man to win the Nobel Peace Prize. The discourse is broken into three divisions.
So on August 29, 1898, Goodyear was incorporated with a capital stock of $100,000. David E. Hill, who purchased $30,000 of stock, became the first president. But it was the dynamic and visionary founder, hard-driving Seiberling, who chose the name and determined the distinctive trademark. The winged-foot trademark, inspired by a newel-post statuette of Mercury in the Seiberling home, has been altered over the years. Yet, it remains an integral part of the Goodyear signature, a symbolic link with the company’s historic past.
His two-term presidency marked him a great politician as he balanced the budget, ended the Korean War, and signed the Civil Rights Bill of 1957, and the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956. To achieve such success, he transformed from a martial national hero to a politician in the twentieth century. Through nearly thirty years as a prominent national figure, Eisenhower demonstrated himself a success by “good sense, good will, and perceived moral character.” This is his story. Rising from relatively ordinary origins, Dwight D. Eisenhower, the third child of the family, encouraged his business thinking in his
Truc Duong James Riley MGMT 4500 July 8, 20142014 The Jack Welch Era at General Electric During the Jack Welch Era, General Electric (GE) was one of the most valuable companies in the world. Jack Welch was a CEO of GE since 1981. He was lauded for his creative management style and became a national business hero. (Steiner & Steiner, p.143). Welch’s management created wealth for shareholders.
His 16-year tenure was the longest of any German Chancellor since Otto von Bismarck and oversaw the end of the Cold War and the German reunification. Since 1973 he had been the chairman of his party for over 25 years and until 2000 he was the honorary chairman of the CDU. Kohl was in the 1970’s one of the youngest top politicians and also known as a modernizer of his party. His main goals were the German reunification and together with the French President Francois Mitterrand, the Maastricht Treaty, which created the European Union. Helmut Kohl supported Reagan’s more aggressive policies in order to weaken the USSR.
Geographic information: Kaiser is a multistate enterprise. California is the largest user of Kaiser services. Kaiser has clinics and health care facilities in California, Colorado, Virginia, D.C., Ohio, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington , and Maryland. Kaiser was founded out of the need for health care to Kaiser Aluminum during WW2. It grew out of a physician clinic system to an organized health maintenance organization.
There are many reasons that individuals marry in addition to love. They marry for emotional, religious, spiritual, legal, financial and many other reasons. In my paper, I intend to explain, compare and contrast the marriage practices, as well as, briefly explain the people and locations of these two cultures. In India, “there are many distinct ethnic groups, but most of its population originates from one of two groups. Indo-Aryan is the largest ethnic group containing about 72 percent of the population, while Dravidian people make up another 25 percent.