Monthly Archives: January 2009

Salary & Job Outlook for Artists

Nature of the Work Artists create art to communicate ideas, thoughts, or feelings. They use a variety of methods—painting, sculpting, or illustration—and an assortment of materials, including oils, watercolors, acrylics, pastels, pencils, pen and ink, plaster, clay and computers. Artists’ works may be realistic, stylized, or abstract and may depict objects, people, nature, or events.
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Conway’s Game of Life

Yesterday I had the opportunity to make a rare visit to the Richfield campus of the Minnesota School of Business. There, I made many interesting connections and I would like to share some of the fruit that was born from one of those meetings. Father Daniel Huston has been teaching mathematics there for many years
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FROM ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION

On the Road to ReformShaken by harsh economic realities and propelled by urgent social need, the forces for health and health care change are coming together in ways we haven’t seen before. For the first time, emerging data is telling the nation how powerful social, behavioral and economic factors make it so difficult for millions
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Why IT? IT is Imperative

Some people struggle with the question “What is IT?” and I have on many occasions struggled to provide an answer that they can understand. This blog is dedicated to the related question, “Why IT?” Our technology is evolving at a rapid pace. We need people who can assess, select, and implement these technologies in ways
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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year and Welcome to 2009. The massage program at Globe University/Minnesota School of Business/Utah Career Colleges is thriving. We are so excited to move forward into 2009 and look forward to a great year. I would like to highlight some of the happenings from 2008: We implemented a new version of the massage
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IT Professionals are Problem Solvers

Today upon arriving to work after the long holiday, I had to do something that I normally do not. This is not uncommon for IT professionals. In fact, it is our food. First, some back-story: Before leaving my office last week, I locked my desk, securing my current projects. I added my desk key to
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