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Robert Burke turned over command of Submarine Group EIGHT (CSG8) to Rear Adm. Daryl Caudle, during a change of command ceremony at Naval Support Activity Naples, July 29, 2015. Dr. Susan Lanham: Professor, Risk Based Capital Analyst. Susan W.
Lanham has been working as a forensic economist in the tri-state area for more than 20 years. She has been qualified as an expert in forensic economics, provided testimony at trial and prepared more than 1,000 economic loss valuation reports that were suitable for use in court. Lanham earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree (PhD) in Business Administration with a specialization in advanced accounting. She also holds a Master of Business Administration degree (MBA) with a specialization in international business plus a Bachelor of Business Administration degree (BBA) with a specialization in finance and business law. While working as a forensic economist, Lanham developed a methodology that reviews the risk-based capital position of banks and insurance companies in punitive damages cases in an effort to assist the jury in determining an appropriate punitive damages award.
Dr. John Husko: Aviation Industry. Library Home > NCU Dissertations > Business and Technology Management Author: Husko, John P.
Title: Factors that Influence the Success of Aviation Joint Ventures in China: A Case Study Doctoral Degree: PHD-BA Chair: Craig Barton Click link to view other disserations chaired by this person. Abstract Joint ventures in China have a high failure rate. Note that NCU Dissertations are only available to currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff. To download this dissertation, click here.
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Dr. Pauline Whaley: Educator. Library Home > NCU Dissertations > Education Author: Whaley, Pauline Title: Identifying the Factors that Predict Completion of Remedial Courses in Community Colleges Doctoral Degree: EDD Chair: Craig Barton Click link to view other disserations chaired by this person.
Abstract Remedial courses have been part of the community college curriculum since the start of the 20th century. Note that NCU Dissertations are only available to currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff. To download this dissertation, click here. Dr. Sanford Jeames: Health Care. Dr. Eddy Bonner: Psychotherapist. Dr. Gail H. Devoid: Designer. Gail H.
Devoid, Ph.D. Jewelry and Bead Designer Thanks for stopping by. I visit many websites for beading topics, and always wonder about the beaders whose work I see. Every now and then, I come across sites that have autobiographies of designers, and I really enjoy learning more about them. I learned crafts at an early age, as my mother taught me how to knit, crochet, sew, and embroider. Once I built a house in Harwinton, Connecticut in 1977, gardening became my passion. The beading part of my life started in earnest with a gift from my husband of a pin that was a reproduction in glass of the Hope diamond. At work, a woman in sales had a hobby of making jewelry, and I turned to her for advice. First piece of jewelry made with finding from B'Sue Boutiques The Internet helped me learn to bead and the Fire Mountain Gems catalogs became my reference books.
First Peyote Bracelet with First Lampword Bead Bought. Dr. Edgar A. Jordan: Books. Dr. Enrique Sampson: Director of Purchasing and Procurement. Doctor of Management in Organization Leadership: University of Phoenix (2008)Master: MS inAeronautical Science, Aerospace Operations from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (summa cum laude; 2003)MBA: Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (summa cum laude; 2003)Bachelor: BS in Information Systems Management University of Maryland (2001) History: Experience 2006-Current The Boeing Company-Integrated Defense Systems, St.
Louis MO. Sr. Manager, Industrial Participation-Global Strike Focal Lead the organizations' business development marketing campaigns consisting of the development of business & proposal projects, and strategies involving the selection of technical projects for international customers. 2003-2006 The Boeing Company-Integrated Defense Systems, St. Lead the technical assistance team for the development and production of Boeing 717 commercial program. Lead a team of Engineers, Quality, and manufacturing specialist to develop the Chinese suppliers capability. Dr. Judy Lyn Tluczek: Obstacles and Attitudes Affecting Graduate Persistence in Completing the. 7/7/2014 - Recipient of 2014 Dissertation of the Year Award is Dr. Anta Moore. SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, July 7, 2014 – Northcentral University (NCU), a global online graduate school, recently announced that Dr.
Anta Moore is the recipient of the University’s 2014 Dissertation of the Year award. Moore received her Doctor of Business Administration in Health Care Administration this year. She completed her Master of Science in Nursing with honors at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, and holds a certification as a family nurse practitioner from the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Moore’s dissertation was entitled “Experiences of African American Women Declining or Delaying Breast Cancer Surgery: A Phenomenological Study.”
Her study was based on research that found that despite having a lower incidence of Breast Cancer than Caucasian women, African American Women were more likely to die from breast cancer than Caucasian Women. The positive role of survivorship programs;Counseling at diagnosis and during treatment; andIncreased breast cancer awareness. Dr. Rebecca Collins' Presentation - Attitudes of Middle School Students Toward Physical Education.