University of st. thomas | Looking Past the Iconic Malcolm X | Mid-Stakes Exercise 2 | | Eyo Ekpo | 12/19/2012 | Prof. Ceric – History 114 | Biographical Entry: Marable, Manning. “A Historian’s Adventures In Living History.” Rediscovering Malcolm’s Life. (2005). December 10th, 2012. 1-16, Page 6. http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ccbh/pdfs/marable_souls_mx.pdf Looking Past the Iconic Malcolm X In his journal article, “Rediscovering Malcolm’s Life: A Historian’s Adventures in Living History”, Manning Marable reflects on the iconic civil rights leader commonly known as Malcolm X. Marable’s key interest is in discover exactly who Malcolm X truly was.
Running head: MCDONNELL DOUGLAS CORP V. GREEN- BURDEN OF PROOF IN RACIAL DISCRIMINATION CASE MCDONNELL DOUGLAS CORP. V. GREEN Examination of the burden of proof in racial discrimination case DhiAnnah Fawcett Baker College CENTER FOR GRADUATE STUDIES On-Line Masters of Business Administration Assignment for Course: BUS572 Human Resource Management Submitted to: Dr. Bill Livingston Submitted by: Location of Course: On-Line Date of Course Meeting: 9/20/2012 Date of Submission: __10/29/2012_ Title of Assignment: McDonnell Douglas Corp. v. Green, Examination of the burden of proof in racial discrimination case. Abstract On May 14, 1973 The United States Supreme court ruled that the respondent, Percy Green had proven to the Supreme Court that “he carried his burden of establishing a prima facie case of racial discrimination and that the petitioner successfully rebutted that case.” (McDonnell v. Green, 1973) According to the brief the case does not end there, it actually was sent back to the District Court for the respondent to prove that the petitioner did discriminate against him when rehiring him because of his race, if he can prove that then the judge needs to deal with it accordingly, if not then the decision of the court stands in favor of the petitioner. The Supreme Court remanded the case to District Court for further ruling. . Introduction On May 14, 1973 The United States Supreme court ruled that the respondent, Percy Green had proven to the Supreme Court that “he carried his burden of establishing a prima facie case of racial discrimination and that the petitioner successfully rebutted that case.” (McDonnell v. Green, 1973) According to the brief the case does not end there, it actually was sent back to the District
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Southeastern University Situation: * Heather Sloman is a buyer in the purchasing department of southeastern University,one of the largest university in the state. * Reports to Glen Meredith (Glen Meredith reports to the Director of Purchasing Department, Blake Hyatt, who reports to the vice president of administration). * The purchasing process follows standard purchasing policies. A requisitioner must submit a purchasing requisition form to the Purchasing Department, which include requisition items, tax status, product classification, supplier status. * The buyer is obligated to prepare a request for quotation form and contact approved suppliers.
CITY c0~1.1':~~ OF STATION Mayor Nancy Berry Mayor Pro Tem Dave Ruesink City Manager David Neeley Home of Gxtzs A&M U~~iuersity' Council members Blanche Brick Jess Fields Karl Mooney Katy-Marie Lyles Julie Schultz Agenda College Station City Council Workshop Meeting Thursday, February 09,2012 3:00 p.m. City Hall Council Chambers, 1101 Texas Avenue College Station, Texas 1. Special recognition of Barbara Moore and Lance Jackson, honored by the Brazos Valley AfricanAmerican Museum. 2. Presentation, possible action, and discussion on items listed on the consent agenda. 3.
RUNNING Head: RIORDAN COMPLIANCE PLAN Riordan Compliance Plan University of Phoenix LAW 531 – Business Law Marnita Robertson June 27, 2009 Riordan Compliance Plane Introduction Riordan Manufacturing with the advice of the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) has assigned a Corporate Compliance Officer (CCO) to create a Corporate Compliance Plan customized to the organization’s specialized field of plastic manufacturing. The corporate compliance plan’s purpose is to detail the importance of internal regulations put in place to minimize enterprise risks by applying the principles recommended by COSO and the CCO. Going forward the mission of the corporate compliance plan
Samford University Big Tobacco A Report Submitted to Dr. Art Carden In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Economics 520: Economics of Competitive Strategy Brock School of Business By: Bryan G. Coleman Homewood, Alabama December 12, 2014 Table of Contents |Introduction |3 | |History of Tobacco |4 | |Tobacco Farmers, Crop Control and the Government |8 | |Manufacturing and Industry |10 | |Price Elasticity |11 | |Industry Analysis |12 | |Smuggling and Black
Thanks to the liberal policy of University president Robert Hutchins, he enrolled at the University of Chicago, where he was awarded a tuition scholarship, at the age of 15. In 1947 Watson left the University of Chicago to become a graduate student at Indiana University, attracted by the presence at Bloomington of the 1946 Nobel Prize winner Hermann Joseph Muller, who in crucial papers published in 1922, 1929, and in the 1930s had laid out all the basic properties of the heredity molecule that presented in his 1944 book. He received his PhD degree from Indiana University in 1950. Watson married Elizabeth Lewis in 1968. They have two sons, Rufus Robert Watson and Duncan James Watson.
Georgia State University Department of Educational Policy Studies Educational Leadership Program Rod Dunlap EPEL 7000 – Educational Leadership and Organizational Culture Summer 2012, CRN – 53923 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00 PM to 6:55 PM College of Education, Room 180 Journal Article Summary Behavior Management by Walking Around By Randolph Boardman June 19, 2012 Summary of Article This article examines the benefits of behavior management by the act of walking around within the school. This concept is derived from strategies implemented in the corporate business sector. These strategies outline methodology for managing an organization through the process of walking around and being visible. The article highlights companies like Hewlett Packard where adoption of management by walking around is a significant part of the Hewlett Packard Way. This article identifies a checklist for implementation of behavior management by walking around.
Responsible Fatherhood Initiatives: Lessons from Research and Directions for Moving Forward Panel Discussion Presented by the Urban Institute With Support from the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services February 13, 2008 Findings from Responsible Fatherhood Evaluations Moderator: Demetra Nightingale, Principal Research Scientist, Johns Hopkins University Parents’ Fair Share: Lessons Learned John M. Martinez Senior Research Associate MDRC What was PFS? Seven site random assignment demonstration Programs operated from 1992 to 1996 in: Dayton, Ohio Jacksonville, Florida Memphis, Tennessee Trenton, New Jersey Grand Rapids, Michigan Los Angeles, California Springfield,