Writeup a few paragraphs summarizing what you learned from Anshuman’s presentation in class.  Be sure to include:
1.    What were the biggest take-aways for you?
The biggest take-aways for me is that there are so many similarities between architect and set designer. I start to realize as an architecture student we actually have varied choice besides being an architect. It is impressive to see a pervious architect explores a way to use newly gained knowledge in his own field of interest and make a smooth transition to set design.
2.    What surprised you the most?
(1). Anshuman mentioned his colleges all have different backgrounds, such as architecture, fine-art and industrial design.
(2). When he is talking about the difference between the work of architect and the work of set designer, he states that for architecture projects, the whole process would be up to several years while for set designers, the project needs to go fast.

3.    What did you learn about how COVID has been affecting set designers like Anshuman and the cinema industry?
We are living through history.

4.    Plus anything else youd like to add relating his presentation to the course readings about him.

You are the PR Director for the breast cancer awareness foundation. You need to create a Well-integrated execution plan on each selected channel. Detailed steps must be included. Cited Sources must be included 5 a least.

Some ideas or examples to help out:




Advocacy Through Legislation

Nurses often become motivated to change aspects within the larger health care system based on their real-world experience. As such, many nurses take on an advocacy role to influence a change in regulations, policies, and laws that govern the larger health care system.

For this assignment, identify a problem or concern in your state, community, or organization that has the capacity for advocacy through legislation. Research the issue and use the “Advocacy Through Legislation” template to complete this assignment.

You are required to cite to a minimum of three sources to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the last 5 years and appropriate for the assignment criteria and relevant to nursing practice.

While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the LopesWrite T

Reflective Essay

Complete a reflective essay

Data analysis in sociological research aims to identify meaningful sociological patterns. Analysis of data is a process of inspecting, cleaning, transforming, and modeling data with the goal of highlighting useful information, suggesting conclusions, and supporting decision making. Complete a reflective essay on the topic of data analysis and sociology and the long-term effectiveness of exploring the relationship between the two. 1 page – APA format.

Read all of the directions before starting this assignment. 

Type a report that describes the concerns pertaining to social, ethical, legal, and human issues of technology.  The report must be one page (single-spaced, 12 point font) and must answer the following questions:

  What is the definition of cyberbullying?
  What types of consequences can occur as a result of cyberbullying?
  What can teachers, parents, administrators, counselors, etc. do to prevent cyberbullying?
  What can students do to control cyberbullying?
  What technical methods can be used to prevent and control cyberbullying?

Please use the following online resources to complete your report:
  Cyberbullying.gov, https://www.stopbullying.gov 
  National Crime Prevention Council, https://www.ncpc.org/resources/cyberbullying/ 
  When Bullying Goes High-tech, http://www.cnn.com/2013/02/27/health/cyberbullying-online-bully-victims/index.html 
  Cyberbullying Research Center, http://cyberbullying.us/ 
  Stand Up to Cyberbullying, http://www.commonsensemedia.org/cyberbullying
  Tech&Learning,  http://www.techlearning.com/news/0002/cyber-bullying-responsibilities-and-solutions/65317

Once you have written the one-page report, submit the document through Turnitin assignment part 1 in Canvas.  Do not include a bibliography.  Turnitin will return the findings, and you should have a report count about 90% or more being plagiarized.  That is OK for this part of the assignment.  You only have one submission.

MT217M2: Analyze financial statements ratios used to measure the financial performance of a business entity.

GEL-1.03: Demonstrate college-level communication through the oral delivery of original materials in Standard English.

GEL-6.05: Adapt research skills to discover and sort relevant sources to complete tasks

Financial statement analysis is the process of analyzing a company’s financial statements to make better economic decisions. The process for financial statement analysis includes specific techniques for evaluating risks, performance, and future prospects of an organization.


This Assessment is separated into four parts. In Part 1 of this Assessment, you will begin by researching and summarizing four of the benefits of financial analysis and indicating which is the most significant to you. In Part 2  of this Assessment, you will define and properly classify the financial classifications and ratios listed below.  In Part 3 of this Assessment, you will calculate and explain the significance of the Liquidity, Profitability, and Market Value financial ratios, and provide a year to year comparison of assessed financial trends. In Part 4 of this Assessment, you will compose an analytical essay in a minimum of 350 words reporting the one financial measurement trend you find to be most significant.

Use the Word template provided to complete your Assessment.

Minimum Submission Requirements

1.This Assessment should be in a separate Microsoft Word document. Use this template for your Assessment.

2. Respond to the questions in a thorough manner, providing specific examples of concepts, topics, definitions, and other elements asked for in the questions. Your paper should be highly organized, logical, and focused.

3. Your paper must be written in Standard English and demonstrate exceptional content, organization, style, grammar, and mechanics.

4. Your paper should provide a clearly established and sustained viewpoint and purpose.

5. Your writing should be well ordered, logical and unified, as well as original and insightful.

6. A separate page at the end of your paper should contain a list of references, in APA format. Use your textbook, the Library, and/or the internet for research.

Be sure to cite both in-text and reference list citations were appropriate and reference all sources. Your sources and content should follow proper APA citation style. Review the APA formatting and citation style resources found in the Writing Center. The Writing Center can be found in the Academic Success Center in the Academic Tools area of your course. (It should be in Times New Roman 12-point font, include correct citations, Standard English with no spelling or punctuation errors, and correct references at the bottom of the last page.)

If work submitted for this competency assessment does not meet the minimum submission requirements, it will be returned without being scored.


Plagiarism is an act of academic dishonesty. It violates the University Honor Code, and the offense is subject to disciplinary action. You are expected to be the sole author of your work. Use of another person’s work or ideas must be accompanied by specific citations and references. Whether the action is intentional or not, it still constitutes plagiarism.

For more information on the Plagiarism policy, refer to the current Catalog.

Directions for Submitting Your Course Assessment

You receive a standard case in your preparation room, which is an 87 year old female who passed two hours prior of natural causes. She weighs 110 pounds, and has no visible discolorations or concerning conditions, such as dehydration, edema or jaundice. The first step in the embalming process will be to clean the body, set the features, then raise the carotid artery and jugular vein for injection and drainage. Walk me through some of the instruments you would use during these first few processes, and why you selected them.

Answer the discussion board first then Reply to two other people saying you agree or degree and why or why not?

First person to respond to is:
1. To start, I would remove clothing and any medical bracelets with scissors or as carefully as possible if the family would like those items returned. To ensure the body is up properly on the table, I would use arm, head and leg blocks to properly secure the body. I would then use a sponge and soap to clean the body to disinfect and clean and dry with a towel. Using cotton and disspray, I will clean the ears, nose, mouth and any other open areas and aspirate if necessary. I would then use an S-curved needle with wax-coated thread to close the mouth. I would use eye caps and a mouth guard if needed inserted with an aneurysm hook. To properly find the carotid and jugular, using a scalpel to open the area and aneurysm hooks to lift the proper arteries and veins would be ideal. Using these is also necessary to separate the arteries. Using an aneurysm needle, I would make a small incision halfway through the top layer of the jugular and carotid for insertion of the direct tube with hemostats to hold the tubing in place.

Second person to respond to:
2. I would first spray disinfecting spray in the eyes, ears, nose, and mouth. I would use cotton wrapped around straight spring forceps to swab each oral orifice in a circular motion. To clean the body, I would use disinfecting soap and water on a sponge. After thoroughly cleaning the body, I would rinse the body and begin to set features. To set the eyes, I would use an aneurysm hook to raise the eyelids and insert eye caps. To set the mouth, I would most likely use a needle injector to put a barb wire in the mandbile and maxilla. I would then twist the two wires together and hide them inside of the mouth. I would use my fingers to mold a natural smile on the face of the deceased. To raise the carotid artery, I would use a scalpel or a sharp pair of scissors to cut through the skin. I would use an aneurysm hook to seperate tissue and help to locate the carotid artery and jugular vein. Once the carotid artery and jugular vein are located, I would use the aneurysm hook to raise each while using string to tie them off individually. I would then use scissors to make a small incision in the carotid artery before inserting the arterial tube. I would also use an arterial hemostat to tie it off as well. I would then use scissors to make a small snip into the jugular vein right before inserting a groove director. I would then use a pair of angular spring forceps between the wall of the vein and the groove director. I would move the groove director in (open) and out (closed) to remove blood clots while draining.

Be precise in your speech. Difficulties in communication are often caused by ambiguity, and a lack of clarity. This chapter should help us get better at defining our terms, and knowing how to decipher well reasoned argument from sloppy imprecise argument.

1. Summarize the basic problems, principles, and methods of Logic.

6. Assess the arguments found in passages of philosophical/psychological literature.

Grading Rubric

Full Credit: Completes all exercises assigned, and answers most questions with correct answers. Answers illustrate an adequate grasp of the material, and  illustrate a satisfactory degree of effort. Formatting is easy to follow, and any writing is coherent and grammatically sound.

Ms. Rand is a 65-year-old woman who spends most of her day sitting on her porch and recovering from a recent surgery involving the removal of suspected cancerous lymph glands in the inguinal area. She is now complaining that her shoes are fitting too tightly, and she has developed poorly healing sores on her legs and ankles. A closer examination also shows distention in her varicose veins. Blood tests reveal a low level of proteins in the plasma.
Question 1
Based on the patient history and the signs and symptoms, identify the fluid imbalance the patient is experiencing, and state the rationale for your answer.
Question 2
Discuss the four general causes of edema and how they apply in the case of this patient.
Question 3
Discuss the swelling, sores, varicose vein distention, and other effects that edema can have on a patient.
Mr. Alvis, age 57, presented to his physician with marked fatigue, nausea with occasional diarrhea, and a sore, swollen tongue. Lately he also has been experiencing a tingling feeling in his toes and a feeling of clumsiness. Microscopic examination of a blood sample indicated a reduced number of erythrocytes, many of which are megaloblasts, and a reduced number of leukocytes, including many large, hyper segmented cells. Hemoglobin and serum levels of vitamin B12 were below normal. Additional tests confirm pernicious anemia.
Question 1
Relate the pathophysiology of pernicious anemia to the manifestations listed above.
Question 2
Discuss how the gastric abnormalities contribute to vitamin B12 and iron deficiency and how vitamin B12 deficiency causes complications associated with pernicious anemia.

Question 3
Discuss other tests that could be performed to diagnose this type of anemia.

Question 4
Discuss the treatment available and the limitations.
Mr. Kelly is a 57-year-old man who consulted his physician after noticing marked leg pains while playing golf. He had previously noticed increasing fatigue and discomfort in his legs associated with moderate exercise. When sitting for extended periods with legs dangling, his legs became red, and sometimes his feet felt numb. His history indicates he smokes cigarettes and is chronically overweight. His blood cholesterol and other lipid levels are abnormal, and his physician suspects peripheral atherosclerosis as the cause of his discomfort.
Question 1
Discuss the development of atherosclerosis, including the predisposing factors in this case and the pathophysiological changes.
Question 2
Discuss the complications that might develop in this patient.
Question 3
Discuss the treatments for all aspects of the patients condition, including slowing the progress of the atherosclerosis, maintaining circulation in the leg, and treating complications.