Sunday, May 31, 2020
Austin Evers: 2016 Best and Brightest by: Jeff Schmitt on December 07, 2015 | 0 Comments Comments 462 Views December 7, 2015Austin EversÃ Wake Forest University School of BusinessHometown:Ã Atlanta, GAHigh School:Ã Mount PisgahMajor:Ã Business and Enterprise ManagementMinor:Ã Entrepreneurship and Social EnterpriseFavorite Business Courses:Ã During my sophomore year in the School of Business, I took a class called Ã¢â¬Å"Why Business?Ã¢â¬ The class evaluated the proper role of business in a humane and just society and it equipped me with tools to explore why I was majoring in business. I think it gave a greater sense of purpose in my studies and helped me develop informed and reasoned positions of my own on the relative morality of markets and business. I also enjoyed my classes on strategy, marketing, and finance.Extracurricular Activities, Community Work and Leadership Roles During CollegeExtracurricular Activities:Ã TEDxWakeForestU 2016 Executive Direct or; Student Advising Leadership Council Chair of Training and Development; Lambda Chi Alpha Vice President; Wake Forest Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Club President; Founder Appuous, Inc.Community Work:Ã Samaritan Inn Ministries; Habitat for Humanity; Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina; The Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund; Forsyth Humane SocietyAwards/Honors: DeanÃ¢â¬â¢s List; The Richard T. Clay Scholarship; Wake Forest University Center for Innovation, Creativity, Entrepreneurship 2012 2013 Excellence in Entrepreneurship AwardWhere have you interned during your college career?BNP Paribas Corporate and Institutional Banking; New York, New YorkDescribe your dream job; A position where I can creatively solve problems, utilize my passion for entrepreneurship, and make a positive impact on society.What did you enjoy most about majoring in a business-related field? Ã Aside from my favorite classes, I have deeply enjoyed traveling abroad with School of Business faculty studying business ethics and a trip to Silicon Valley studying organizational behavior at firms such as Google, Pinterest, Oracle, and others. I also found my internship and the accompanying class offered to Business and Enterprise Management majors to be a capstone experience in my business education.Where would you like to work after graduation?Ã To be decided.What are your long-term professional goals?Ã I want to continue to leverage my education and passion for entrepreneurship to enable people to live better lives and to profoundly impact humanity. I have yet to determine what form this will take, but am confident that I will be able to act on an opportunity when it presents itself.Ã¢â¬Å"I knew I wanted to major in business whenÃ¢â¬ ¦I started my own software startup in high school. The business world is incredibly dynamic, allows for creativity, and has the ability to make a positive impact on society.Ã I wanted a comprehensive degree that would prep are me for life after graduation and I knew that I wanted to major in a field I was passionate about. For me, business has always sparked an interest, so the choice was natural.Ã¢â¬ Ã¢â¬Å"If I didnÃ¢â¬â¢t major in business, I would beÃ¢â¬ ¦an economics or art history major.Ã¢â¬ Which academic or personal achievement are you most proud of?Ã One of my proudest achievements thus far has been building my own software startup from the ground up. IÃ¢â¬â¢ve learned so much about myself and have been able to apply the theories and lessons I learn in the classroom directly to my own business. While it has proved challenging at times, it has also been an incredibly positive journey.What animal would you choose to represent your professional brandÃ ? Ã A dolphin. Their intelligence, complex communication abilities, and sense of self-awareness make them admirable.Who would you most want to thank for your success?Ã Both of my parents deserve endless gratitude for my success. I would say that my dad has played a pivotal role in shaping my passion for business and entrepreneurship, always supporting and encouraging me to pursue what I love, teaching me along the way, and providing guidance. I also want to thank the faculty and staff at Wake Forest University School of Business for a transformative experience during the course of my business education.Fun fact about yourself:Ã IÃ¢â¬â¢m a dual-citizen. In addition to my American citizenship, I am also a Dutch citizen.Favorite book:Ã Steve Jobs by Walter IsaacsonFavorite movie: Inside JobFavorite musical performer:Ã Alt-JFavorite vacation spot:Ã Anywhere in EuropeWhat are your hobbies?Ã I love to cook, travel, volunteer, and sail. I started cooking at aÃ very young age and I have been fortunate to see many different parts of the worldÃ¢â¬âI am looking forward to spending time traveling post-graduation.What made Austin such an invaluable addition to the Class of 2016?Ã At first, Austin E vers didnt know what to expect from my class, Why Business? The class was supposed to be an exploration of the role of business in a humane and just society. But did someone going into financeor accounting or marketingreally need to think about that? It turned out that Austin immediately saw the point of what we were doing. What good did it do to know how to do finance, if one couldnt articulateÃ whyÃ one should do it? He threw himself into the arguments we read from philosophers, economists, businesspeople, and journalists with intelligence and determination. By the end of the class, he had constructed a reasoned narrative of his own that could explain the place of finance and the other areas of business in a humane and just society; more than that, it could guide his own future behavior. He wanted not just to engage in business, but to engage inÃ honorableÃ business. That is the essence of Wake Forests Pro Humanitate educational mission, which Austin came not just to under stand but to embody.James Otteson Executive Director, BBT Center for the Study of Capitalism Thomas W. Smith Presidential Chair in Business Ethics Wake Forest UniversityÃ¢â¬Å"Austin is one of the most entrepreneurial students I know. In the classroom, he has shown a great deal of maturity in his thoughts and actions.Ã He is able to take very abstract concepts and relate them to a variety of fields and applications and has the ability to recognize entrepreneurial opportunities in unlikely areas.Ã Not only has he been a successful student while runningÃ Appuous, an app-development company he started, but he has also consistently helped other entrepreneurs.Ã In his four years here, he has made a significant positive impact on developing the entrepreneurial community and culture at Wake Forest.Ã He has served as president of the E-Society, a student-led club that supports entrepreneurial activity on campus and is currently serving as Executive Director for the 5thÃ annu alÃ TEDxÃ Ã¢â¬â Wake Forest event.Ã His interpersonal skills and friendly nature go a long way toward motivating fellow students, and his ability to be a Ã¢â¬Å"big-thinkerÃ¢â¬ while still being focused on the mission at hand is an inspiring leadership quality.Ã¢â¬ BrenÃ Varner Professor of Practice, Strategy Entrepreneurship Director, Business Enterprise Management Degree Program Wake Forest University Page 1 of 11
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Does racism still exist? This is one of the countless controversies between people today in which many people might answer Ã¢â¬Å"noÃ¢â¬ . Others may agree with Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, a sociology professor at Duke University. Bonilla-Silva argues that racism still exists, but has become more subtle since the end of segregation. Bonilla-Silva refers to this new racism as color-blind racism. This term is defined by Bonilla-Silva in his book, White Supremacy and Racism in the Post-Civil Rights Era, as, A new, powerful ideology that justifies contemporary racial inequality and thus help maintain systematic white privilege (132). Abstract Liberalism, Naturalization, Biologization of Culture, and Minimization of Racism, are the four central frames Bonilla-Silva uses to describe and prove racism is still a problem in the form of color-blind racism. 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Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Questions: 1. Analyze of at least five identification, authentication, and access control methods organizations use to resist possible attacks? 2. Evaluate these methods and discuss how they can make an organization vulnerable to possible attacks? 3. Discuss ways to improve each of these methods to help ensure the organization is safe against possible attacks? Answers: Introduction Cyber terrorism is an act of terrorism through internet and it is also an activity done by the terrorists. The term Cyber terrorism is a contentious term and according to some authors known terrorists organizations attacks and create panic among the common public as it is their main aim to create error among the public. The terrorism created through the internet is not easily tracked so it becomes more difficult to keep people tension free as there is no accurate news that who released the news of the attacks. According to (Girard, 2013), Cyber terrorism was well known as cyber crime but Cyber terrorism should be the exact term as with the help of internet the terrorist spreads the news of attacks it becomes very difficult for the organizations to trace that from where and who spread the news and as the person is not traced then people panics that there will be attack and becomes difficult for the police to keep control among the crowd which goes out of control after getting the news (Kumar, Mittal, 2012). Identifying the methods that the organization uses to resist for possible cyber attacks- Asset Identification Before securing the networks it is mandatory to identify each and every component that is used for making the components. An asset inventory needs to be created which will be including all the devices and end-points of networks and also the servers and the hosts of networks. Vulnerability Assessment After identifying the networks the vulnerability can be accessed. The vulnerability also has the weakness in configuration, security policy or technology. The vulnerability that is discovered can be threats and it can take the advantages of these vulnerabilities. Threat identification-The threats takes the advantages of the vulnerability and creates a disadvantage for the networks. The potential threats of the network need to identify fast so the risk can be minimized (Czosseck, Ottis, Talihrm, 2013). Firewalls- Before receiving or sending any data or mails the data will be filtered so that no virus does with the data to anyone. Firewalls help in filtering so that while receiving or sending any data no virus or malware will go or we will receive with those data. Usage of antivirus- With the usage of antivirus helps in tracking the antivirus and removes them from the systems so that the system does not gets affected and also secure the system from unnecessary threats. These methods helps the organization in identifying the possible attacks and then authenticate and access the controls so that the possible attacks can be stopped from destroying the system and also resists from spreading the virus or the terrorism all over. After identifying the attacks the organization takes necessary steps so that they can save the organizations and also the systems from the possible attacks which has been coming towards them (Collins, McCombie, 2012). Evaluating this methods that ensures in making the organizations vulnerable to possible attacks With the security designs some types of trade offs are occurring among the security measures and user productivity. The main goals of the security designs are that they provide security to maximum level and the security which they are providing useful impact on the productivity and also on the user access. Along with all this the unnecessary data or after the verification and authorization the organizations can prevent all the unwanted things which can damage the systems so that they can keep the system from unnecessary threats so that the organizations can enhance good productivity of all ethical data without any disturbance of threats (Jewkes, Yar, Eds 2013). Productivity tools are used in the networks so that they can design it according to the need to particular business (Jarvis, Nouri, Whiting, 2015). The security policy they can implement in those networks in such a way so that those security walls safeguards the security of the systems of the organizations. When the security walls will be made some points need to be ensured that the security policy should not know about the operating policy of the organization as if by any means the security policy gets cracked or traced by the hackers or the terrorists groups then all the details of the organizations will go in their hand and then they can use those details against the organizations and also against the government of the country which is not at all acceptable by anyone (Altheide, 2014). So, when the security policies will be made then some things need to be kept in mind and the security models need to be made accordingly. So, the organizations need to update their policies systemat ically so that no one gets to knows about the operation system of the organization otherwise it will be very risky for the organization and then again they will be under the scrutiny of threats (Holt, 2012). The design of the security models varies from each other. While making security model three general steps are restrictive, open and closed. So, the important points are while making the security models are- In the starting point the security models can be closed or open While making the security models the best ends need to be mix with the technology and productivity of the security then they can implement those technologies in the models. The locker of the security model should also include the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology. In the open access the security model can be easily implemented and then security measures are implemented in the designs. But the firewalls, intrusion detection system cannot be easily implemented in the open end security system (Day, 2014). But in the close security system the security models takes a little time while they are implemented in the systems of the organizations but the firewalls, antivirus are easily implemented in the close system (Mugabi, Bishop, 2014). As in the close system no one can easily access so there is less chance of attacking the systems with the threats. Along with that if there is any threat enters into the system then with the help of antivirus those threats can be blocked which will be a great help for the organization as they will be able to protect from threats (Halder, Jaishankar, Jaishankar, 2012). Along with all this there is a type of system called Resistance Assess which helps the organization and also the system models in resisting the access of the system when there is threat in the system. These systems make the people aware by giving certain types of messages that there are threats in the system and while using the system they should run the firewall and the antivirus which will kill the virus so that the system does not gets affected further. Along with that if the firewalls or the antivirus are not updated then they gives the message to update those software so that they are able to resist the threats (Dawson, Omar, 2015). Improving the methods to ensure the safety of the organization against attacks When the organizations are implementing security models in their organization they have to ensure the safety so that the threat does not damage the systems and along with that does not hack the operating the systems of the organization or else it will be a problem for the organization as all the details will be out to the hackers and they can use those details against them (Dawson, 2015). So, after making the security models they need to be updated after every certain time of interval so that the systems can be able to resist the virus and the malwares which have the capabilities of resisting the threats which are coming in their way to damage the systems (Gilmour, 2014). So, the organizations have to keep all the system updated so that they have the capability of resisting all the threats and this will help them in protecting them from all the attacks which will be coming in their way. Along with all this the organizations also need to use those firewalls which will be able to prote ct the systems from attacks and the employees of the organizations also have to be aware before clicking any links that whether there is any kind of threats or attacks in those links (Taylor, Fritsch, Liederbach, 2014). Conclusion In a nutshell it can be said that now days cyber terrorism is one of the most dangerous threats which has the capability of destroying a lot of things in a system and along with that it creates panic among public then it becomes difficult for the cyber crime police all this. So, it is necessary for all the organizations to take certain measures which will save them and their systems from the different types of threats and attacks which are coming in their way and along with that security models that are using in the in the systems for protecting them need to be updated from time to time so that they are capable to resisting the attacks. References Taylor, R. W., Fritsch, E. J., Liederbach, J. (2014).Digital crime and digital terrorism. Prentice Hall Press Dawson, M. (2015). A Brief Review of New Threats and Countermeasures in Digital Crime and Cyber Terrorism. Dawson, M., Omar, M. (2015). New Threats and Countermeasures in Digital Crime and Cyber Terrorism Day, P. (2014).Cyber Attack: The Truth about Digital Crime, Cyber Warfare and Government Snooping. Carlton Books, Ltd Halder, D., Jaishankar, K., Jaishankar, K. (2012).Cyber crime and the victimization of women: laws, rights and regulations. Information Science Reference. Jewkes, Y., Yar, M. (Eds.). (2013).Handbook of Internet crime. Routledge. Girard, J. E. (2013).Criminalistics: Forensic science, crime, and terrorism. Jones Bartlett Publishers Mugabi, I., Bishop, J. (2014). The Need for a Dualist Application of Public and Private Law in Great Britain Following the Use of Flame TrollingDuring the 2011 UK Riots: A Review and Model.Handbook of Research on New Threats and Countermeasures in Digital Crime and Cyber Terrorism. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Holt, T. J. (2012). Exploring the intersections of technology, crime, and terror.Terrorism and Political Violence,24(2), 337-354. Collins, S., McCombie, S. (2012). Stuxnet: the emergence of a new cyber weapon and its implications.Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism,7(1), 80-91. Kumar, P., Mittal, S. (2012). The perpetration and prevention of cyber crime: an analysis of cyber terrorism in India.International Journal of Technoethics (IJT),3(1), 43-52. Jarvis, L., Nouri, L., Whiting, A. 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Friday, April 17, 2020
Math can be very tricky for some people, easily making it their least favorite subject. For me, its different. I have always loved math, even when it is challenging. For my essay, I will write about whether or not I consider myself good at math, my good and bad experiences in math, my future plans as an educator and what I hope to accomplish this semester during this course. When younger, usually math was the first homework I would work on. I guess the reason I do that is because I love math and because I think I am a pretty decent math student. I usually I know what to do. I especially like doing Algebra because it is filled with proportions and multiplication. Those are my favorite areas in math. I guess I started loving math when I was in elementary school. I was great, and some students in my class were really good too, so there was always a little competition. We will write a custom essay sample on Math Autobiography or any similar topic specifically for you Do Not WasteYour Time HIRE WRITER Only 13.90 / page We would always get multiplication sheets and I was always finishing them quickly, along with some of the other proficient math students. In a way, those kind of competitions were fantastic for me. I was motivated to do well on them. The students also pushed me to be great even if they didnt realize it. I would have to say the best teaching and learning techniques that worked for me is hands on activities and basically breaking things down step by step. The worst would have to be, when a teacher just hand you the problems and expect you to know what to do. Even though math is one of my best subjects, I still expect my teacher to actually teach me. In teaching mathematics, I would help my students make the connection between classroom learning and their life outside of school. I would provide them the tools they need to handle issues they will come across with numbers in daily life and also prepare them for higher learning in math. As someone who enjoys the logic of math, I strive to make my passion for it contagious so that my future students will not only understand math but also enjoy learning it. With that goal in mind, I would make my lessons engaging and allow my students to tap into their own interests by offering options on assignments as often as possible. With that being said, I feel that math is very important; we use it in our everyday lives and would be lost without any knowledge of it. Teachers need to help students to understand and not just do math. We need to remember that everyone learns differently and we need to encourage that. I feel that reflecting on my personal experiences with Math will help me be a better teacher than if I hadnt taken the time to see what things can go wrong when teaching math to my students.
Saturday, March 14, 2020
The Biggest Sharks in the World The whale shark holds the title of the worlds biggest shark species. Growing to a length of about 65 feet (the length of about 1 1/2 school buses!) and weighing about 75,000 pounds, this streamlined fish is really a gentle giant.Ã Some areas frequented by these sharks, such as Ningaloo ReefÃ in Australia, have become popular tourist destinations because of their swim-with-sharks programs. Whale sharks liveÃ in tropical and warmer temperate waters in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In addition to their size, these sharks can be easily recognized by their gorgeous coloration, which is formed from lighter spots and stripes over a gray, blue or brown skin. They also have very wide mouths, which they use to eat tiny prey primarily plankton, crustaceans, and small fish, which are filtered from the water as the shark swims. The second-biggest shark species is the basking shark, which grows to about 40 feet long. These animals are also plankton feeders. They live primarily in temperate ocean waters throughout the world. The Biggest Shark Filmed In summer 2015, a video swept the news, touting it was the biggest shark ever filmed. What many of the news reports failed to mention is the species. There are more than 400 shark species, and they range in size from the 60-foot whale shark to pygmy sharks and lantern sharks that are less than a foot long when fully grown. The biggest shark filmed was actually a white shark, also known as a great white shark. At average lengths of 10 to 15 feet, white sharks are generally much smaller than a whale shark or basking shark.Ã So, while the 20-foot white shark nicknamed Deep Blue may (or may not) be the largest white shark ever filmed, its by far not the largest shark ever filmed as there is plenty of video footage of much larger whale sharks and their slightly smaller relatives, the basking shark.Ã The Biggest Shark Ever Caught According to the International Game Fish Association, the largest shark ever caught was a white shark nabbed inÃ Ceduna, Australia. This shark weighed 2,664 pounds.Ã Another one of the largest white sharks caught is thought to be a 20-foot shark caught by a trawler about 12 miles off the coast of Prince Edward Island, Canada. The significance of the sharks size was underestimated at the time, and the shark was initially buried. Eventually, a scientist dug it up to investigate it and realized the enormity of the find. The shark was later estimated to have been about 20 years old, meaning it may still have had some growing to do Sources Bateman, D. 2015. Canadian Who Caught Real-Life Jaws Wishes He Hadnt. Toronto Star Newspapers. CBS News. 2015. Giant Great White Shark Caught OFF P.E.I. Was a Teenager. Grenoble, R. 2015. This Is Deep Blue, Probably the Biggest Shark Youve Ever Seen. The Huffington Post.Martins, Carol, and Craig Knickle. 2009.Ã Whale Shark.Ã Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Music & Dementia Care - Assignment Example The first paper by GÃ ¶tell, Brown & Ekman (2002) covers how caregiver singing and background music affected the verbal communications between the caregiver and the dementia patient in an urban area of Sweden. The second paper, by Hammar, Emami, EngstrÃ ¶m & GÃ ¶tell (2011), focuses purely on music therapeutic caregiving (MTC) and the experiences that caregivers had when considering the effect of MTC on patients with dementia. One of the major similarities between the two pieces of research is that they are qualitative in nature, and thus gather information designed to provide an in-depth look at human behavior (Merriam, 2009). Many of the strengths and weaknesses of the two papers are linked to this type of data-gathering. One issue with which qualitative research struggles is that it can be difficult and expensive to involve a lot of participants, and this research is no different; GÃ ¶tell, Brown & Ekman (2002) focused on nine individuals whilst Hammar (2011) focused on six. This can make the results hard to generalize to the wider population and additionally makes the results more prone to various types of bias (Merriam, 2009). However, as the aim of the research was to uncover more detail about the relationship between music-related caregiving and dementia patients, this type of result is much more informative. GÃ ¶tell, Brown & Ekman (2002) collected their data in two main ways. Firstly, the morning routine of the dementia patients was recorded (6-22 minutes). Following this, the caregiver was interviewed about how the morning session had gone. Later in the day, the caregiver and the researchers would look back over the video recording of the session to allow the caregiver to give further comment on the morning routine. Using this methodology is useful because it allows the caregiver to incorporate emotions and feelings that were felt immediately after the event and logical thoughts that occurred after a period time into their responses, giving a fuller account of the effect of music on caregiving.
Monday, February 10, 2020
Independent study - Essay Example he individual reaches the medical care system, the incidence of sudden death and deaths that occur before these individuals could receive medical supervision constitutes the major challenge to the present system of cardiovascular care. (Harken, 2004; Wenger, 2004) In the United Kingdom alone, roughly 20 million local citizens survive from heart attacks and stroke each year who requires a continuous clinical care. (WHO, 2007) Considering that those individuals who have had heart attacks and strokes are at high risk of repeated attacks including death, it is essential for health care and clinical nurses particularly those who are working in a cardiology ward to learn more about the importance of proper administration of oxygen therapy immediately after a myocarial infarction attack. Aiming to enable the readers understand more about the topic, the researcher will discuss about the rationale for choosing the topic particularly the relevance of administering oxygen therapy with myocardial infarction as well as with working in a cardiology ward. Eventually, a literature review will be conducted focusing on the general information about myocardial infarction including the major causes of myocardial infarction; the negative impact of having myocardial infarction; the importance of early intervention on myocardial infarction attack; as well as the impact of oxygen therapy administration to patients with myocardial infarction. Based on the gathered literature study, the strengths and limitations of the current practice including some recommendations for the practice development will be thoroughly discussed. According to Dr. Richard Lippman, a renowned researcher, Ã¢â¬Å"oxygen deprivation is the major cause of heart attacks among 1.5 million people each year.Ã¢â¬ (OxyGenesis Institute, 2007) Oxygen, one of the most important elements and nutrients of all life, is delivered to the human cells by the blood. Considering that the coronary arteries or blood vessels of individuals