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undergraduate

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Homemaker

Last Update: 2020-05-08
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undergraduate meaning

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undergraduate kahulugan

Last Update: 2015-12-18
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undergraduate in tagalog

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undergraduate sa tagalog

Last Update: 2020-07-27
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undergraduate students perception on careers in the tourism industry

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mga paksa ng turismo ng talakayang filipino

Last Update: 2019-01-15
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Tertiary education is normally taken to include undergraduate and postgraduate education, as well as vocational education and training.

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Karaniwang tinitingnan ang tersiyaryong edukasyon nang kasama ang undergraduate at postgraduate na edukasyon, gayon din ang bokasyonal na edukasyon at pagsasanay.

Last Update: 2020-08-25
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Undergraduate education is education conducted after secondary education and prior to post-graduate education, for which the learner is typically awarded a bachelor's degree.

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Ang undergraduate na edukasyon ay ang edukasyon na isinagawa pagkatapos ng edukasyong sekondarya at bago ang post-graduate na edukasyon, na kung saan karaniwang ginagawaran ang mag-aaral ang isang bachelor's degree.

Last Update: 2020-08-25
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The primary reason of this study is to investigate how undergraduate students manage their work and study to achieve a balance life. Specifically, how undergraduate students manage the juggling act of work, study and social activities. For purposes of this research the juggling metaphor refers to act of managing or alternating the requirements of two or more tasks adequately for example, to juggle the obligations of a job school. Outcomes of the study will lead to a better understanding of the w

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Ang pangunahing dahilan ng pag-aaral na ito ay upang siyasatin kung paano pinamamahalaan ng mga mag-aaral na undergraduate ang kanilang trabaho at pag-aaral upang makamit ang isang balanse sa buhay. Partikular, kung paano pinamamahalaan ng mga mag-aaral na undergraduate ang gawaing juggling ng gawain, pag-aaral at mga aktibidad sa lipunan. Para sa mga layunin ng pananaliksik na ito ang juggling metaphor ay tumutukoy sa kilos ng pamamahala o paghahalili ng mga kinakailangan ng dalawa o higit pang mga gawain nang sapat, halimbawa, upang mabalisa ang mga obligasyon ng isang paaralan ng trabaho. Ang mga resulta ng pag-aaral ay hahantong sa isang mas mahusay na pag-unawa sa w

Last Update: 2020-02-12
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Possibly the first in the history of the Congress of the Philippines, a voluntary euthanasia or mercy killing and “living will-related” proposal known as Senate Bill No. 1887 or the Natural Death Act was filed by Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago. The bill seeks to recognize the fundamental right of adult persons to decide their own health care, including the decision to have life-sustaining treatment withheld or withdrawn in instances of a terminal condition or permanent unconscious condition. Over the past two decades, an end-of-life policy unfolded quietly in some parts of the world. In the US, the Death With Dignity Act (1994) in Oregon allows doctors to write legal prescriptions for terminally ill patients who want to control the time and place of their death. To qualify under the law, the patient should be fully conscious and able to administer his own overdose. In Europe, Belgium is set to be the second country after The Netherlands to allow terminally ill children over 12 years old facing unbearable physical suffering and repeatedly makes the request to be officially killed. Belgium and Switzerland have legalized euthanasia for many years but only for people over the age of 18. The Netherlands have legalized euthanasia for adults and children over 12 years for the past twelve years. Mercy killing or euthanasia was a favorite topic of debate in Philippine law schools during the last fifty years or so. Now that a bill is with the Senate, among many questions Filipinos wish to be answered to have an in-depth understanding of the subject that will enable them to make an informed yes or no and why in case of renewed debates, survey or referendum, are: What is euthanasia or mercy killing ? What is the difference between voluntary and involuntary mercy killing ? What is a “living will”? May human life be shortened legally? Should one kill another in mercy, or is life, however hard too dear to lose? What is the rule in our jurisdiction on mercy killing and assisted suicide? Is the mercy motive an element of a crime or defense to its existence? Out of compassion for a suffering patient, must we legalize euthanasia altogether? Out of compassion for the actor, must we mitigate the harshness of formal law under which euthanasia is treated as deliberate killing? If an individual has the right to live, does he also have the right to die? If there is a right to privacy, does it include the right to die? Does the right to decide one’s health care include the right to decide to end one’s life? Is there a right to kill? Is there a point at which an incurable illness becomes a living death? If so, is it permissible for someone’s life to be deliberately cut off ? What are the religious, non-religious and medical views about euthanasia? When does human life end? What is “brain death”? Is persistent vegetative state the same as being brain dead? When is a person legally and medically dead? What is an acceptable legal and medical definition of “terminal condition or permanent unconscious condition”? Who has the right to make the decision to end life–the patient, the spouse, the parents, the doctor/team of doctors or the courts? Who should “pull the plug?” A black hooded executioner? The complex life-and-death problems raised by the scientific advances in the field of medicine have no simple answers. Intimately involved in the issues besides physicians and lawyers are theologians, the courts, lawmakers, psychologists, sociologists, ethicists among others. Expert advice is needed from many fields on this culture-of-life vs. emerging end-of-life policy. Former Ambassador Amado S. Tolentino Jr. belongs to UP Law ‘63 where his undergraduate thesis was “Is there a right to die ? A study of the law on euthanasia” published by the Philippine Law Journal at the height of the comatose Karen Ann Quinlan case in the US during the early l970s. He is a governor of the Philippine Ambassadors Foundation.

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awa sa pagpatay ng debate

Last Update: 2018-02-20
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Many men and women who are molding the minds of future generations have to look for other income sources to make both ends meet. One of them is Teacher V, who has been teaching in a local high school in Burgos, Pangasinan for two years now. Her passion for teaching came from her aunt, a teacher in a local elementary school in the province who supported her studies. “I’m happy with my teaching job because I know that in my own way, I’m not just teaching my students. I’m also touching their lives and inspiring them,” Teacher V said. Professors can be some of the most influential figures you will ever meet. While many school rankings include “academic rigor” as a way to determine the quality of scholarship at a given institution, this can fall short, and ignore a number of important factors. Factors like the ability of students to actually access professors, the extent to which the school enables collaboration between students and faculty, and if students rank professors positively or not. For this reason we’ve constructed our own rankings of the top 50 schools in the nation with the best professors. This member of the Five Colleges Consortium is the oldest college in Massachusetts, and perennially a top ranked liberal arts school. This year Amherst was ranked the second best liberal arts school in the nation by US News and World Report, and the 10th ranked liberal arts school by Forbes. The college is known for an unusually open curriculum, allowing freshman to take advanced courses and seniors to take introductory courses if they should choose. This places greater trust in quality students and instructors to create their own good outcomes and course interactions. A small student body (around 2,000 students) and a low student-teacher ratio (8 to 1) aids in creating quality interactions in class. Amherst has been known for quality instruction for years, so much so that in 2007,Harvard and Columbia consulted Amherst when reviewing their teaching programs. Swarthmore is one of the “little na buhay ,” and one of only three schools to hold the number one spot of the US News liberal arts rankings. Swarthmore is noted as the number one value for a private school in the US, and also for its rate of over 90% of graduates who attend either graduate or professional school, as well as 20% of graduates that proceed to garner their Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), numbers only topped by CalTech, Harvey Mudd, and Reed College. Swarthmore is a member of the Tri-College Consortium with Bryn Mawr and Haverford, allowing students to cross register at all three, as well as for Swarthmore students to register at UPenn’s College of arts and sciences (a school sharing a Quaker heritage). The school itself is quite small, with just over 1,500 students, with a student faculty ratio of 8 to 1. While not for everyone, for the select few who gain admission to West Point (you must both gain admission from the school and be nominated, often by a Senator), you are offered a full ride by the US Army (provided you serve in the armed forces upon graduation). Most graduates leave the academy commissioned as second lieutenants in the Army, though graduates may choose to be commissioned in another branch of the armed forces if wanted. Teaching styles at West Point follow the Thayer system, which focuses on daily homework, brought to class and collaboratively discussed. Curriculum is highly structured at West Point, with all students taking the same classes until junior year, including mathematics, information technology, chemistry, physics, engineering, history, physical geography, philosophy, leadership and general psychology, English composition and literature, foreign language, political science, international relations, economics, and constitutional law. Regardless of major, all graduates receive a Bachelor’s of Science. Slightly over 4,500 cadets attend the school, which has a student faculty ratio of seven to one. West Point was the 24th ranked national liberal arts school by US News this year. Bryn Mawr is a small (1,300+ undergraduate students) women’s liberal arts college that is one of the seven sisters colleges as well as the tri-college consortium (with other quaker-founded schools Haverford and Swarthmore). Bryn Mawr is tied for the 27th ranked liberal arts college in the nation by US News, and the 65th ranked overall college by Forbes. The college is noted for small class sizes, with over 3/4th of classes having under 20 students. The most popular majors are STEM heavy for a liberal arts school, with the most popular majors including (in decreasing rank) mathematics (11% of students), English, psychology, political science, and biology/biological sciences. There have been numerous professors of great fame at Bryn Mawr, and the institution itself has been progressive in organizing its academic programs, being the first institute of higher education to award doctorates in social work, as well as to award graduate and doctorate degrees to women. Washington and lee is the 14th ranked liberal arts school by US News, and the 33rd ranked overall university by Forbes. Though it has refused to send data to the Princeton Review for years, the 2007 edition of the Princeton Review ranked Washington and Lee 4th for “Professors get high marks” and sixth for “professor accessibility.” Home to 1,800 undergraduates housed in two college, Washington and Lee has a student-faculty ratio of eight to one. Washington and Lee has a great community centered around student, faculty, and community traditions. One of the more notable traditions enjoys coverage on national news every four years: the Mock Convention. A mock presidential election that has predicted the winning presidential nominee every election save two since 1948 (Ted Kennedy in 1972 and Barack Obama in 2008).

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Last Update: 2016-01-08
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