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  • Allyson Sheckler  ·  Stonehill College
    of Attendance Important Dates Deadlines For International Students SALT Financial Literacy Forms Documents FAQs Contact Us Scholarships Grants Stonehill funds a variety of grants and scholarships based on need and merit You may be eligible for a merit scholarship an athletic scholarship a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Directory Allyson Sheckler Allyson E Sheckler Assistant Professor of Art History Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Interim Director of Moreau Honor s Program Office Cushing Martin 013 Phone 508 565 1724 Email asheckler stonehill edu Department Art History Visual Performing Arts nbsp Biography

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  • Visionary Vistas  ·  Stonehill College
    Financial Literacy Forms Documents FAQs Contact Us Scholarships Grants Stonehill funds a variety of grants and scholarships based on need and merit You may be eligible for a merit scholarship an athletic scholarship a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Community Global Engagement Carole Calo Gallery Visionary Vistas Visionary Vistas Exhibition and Collections An Inside Look is one of the Capstone courses Stonehill College offers to Art History Graphic Design and Arts Administration Majors The course offers students the opportunity to learn firsthand about curatorial practices Students are guided by Professor Allyson

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  • B.A. Program Requirements  ·  Stonehill College
    Code Course Credits BUS 101 First Year Business Experience Offered Fall Semester Through structured business simulation students are introduced to the disciplines of accounting finance management marketing and international business Emphasis is placed on critical thinking oral and written case analyses oral presentations teamwork current events and interaction with guest speakers The course also includes discussions of ethical practices historical and global issues affecting today s organizations Only open to First Year Students 4 BUS 203 Financial Accounting Offered Fall and Spring Semesters Fundamental principles and theories of financial accounting Emphasis placed on the understanding and use of financial statements for the corporation Interpretation and use of financial statement information in business decisions and a study of the system that produces this information Course may be applied to the Entrepreneurship minor 3 BUS 333 Organizational Behavior Offered Fall and Spring Semesters The study of individuals and groups within the context of the organization Topics include leadership motivation group processes decision making workplace diversity power conflict and negotiation communication and organizational culture Particular emphasis will be placed on relevant and important issues facing organizations today Extensive use of teams cases skill based exercises and readings Prerequisite s Sophomore Standing Course may be applied to the Sports Science Society program 3 BUS 340 Marketing Principles Offered Fall and Spring Semesters Explores the role marketing plays within firms and within society Describes fundamental principles and methods underlying the national and international system of providing goods and services for consumers and business users in the profit and nonprofit sectors Studies the tasks and decisions facing marketing managers in planning implementing and controlling marketing programs and the ethical implications of these decisions Prerequisite s Sophomore standing Course may be applied to the Arts Administration program Entrepreneurship minor 3 BUS 357 The Roles of Not for Profit Organizations in America Offered Spring Semester An examination of the history and function of not for profit organizations in the United States Topics include the study of the distinctive nature of the not for profit enterprise the different types of not for profits their foundation and establishment as tax exempt organizations management tax and fund raising issues and current challenges facing them in fulfilling their mission Students will have direct contact with a not for profit organization to illustrate the issues discussed in class 3 Museum Studies Concentration Required Courses Code Course Credits VPH 181 History of Art I History Cornerstone Offered Spring Semester This one semester survey explores major developments in art and architecture from Antiquity through the 19th Century considering historical events and ideological shifts which contributed to the stylistic changes Trips to Boston museums enhance class content Fulfills the Writing in the Disciplines and History Cornerstone requirements 4 VPH 332 Museology Offered Spring Semester This course explores the history theory philosophy and practice of museums Students will study exhibition approaches and strategies of display collection development and conservation and educational programming Visits to Boston area museums will enhance class material 3 VPH 440 Exhibitions and Collections

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  • Candice Smith Corby  ·  Stonehill College
    SALT Financial Literacy Forms Documents FAQs Contact Us Scholarships Grants Stonehill funds a variety of grants and scholarships based on need and merit You may be eligible for a merit scholarship an athletic scholarship a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Directory Candice Smith Corby Candice D Smith Corby Assistant Professor of Studio Arts Carole Calo Gallery Director Office Cushing Martin 012 Phone 508 565 1897 Email csmithcorby stonehill edu Department Studio Arts Visual Performing Arts nbsp View Professor Smith Corby s Work Cushing Martin Gallery Biography Candice Smith Corby is the

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  • Minor Program Requirements  ·  Stonehill College
    Asia during the nineteenth and twentieth century s encompassing the impact of both European and Asian expansions Themes include issues of race gender modernization orientalism and colonial legacies Prerequisite s Sophomore standing Considered a World History Course may be applied to the Asian Studies minor 3 HIS 374 Bound Feet and Dragon Ladies Women Power in East Asia Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 This course challenges western conceptions of Chinese and Japanese women as unwanted daughters submissive wives and exotic geishas We explore this complex history by studying women s oppression and agency their evolving socio political roles and the construction of gender ideals male and female through close examination of popular culture film art and literature Prerequisite s Sophomore Standing and above Course may be applied to the Gender Sexuality Studies program Course may be applied to the Anthropology minor 3 PHL 253 Asian Philosophies Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 What is the nature of the self What is the divine like How should we live What happens when we die In this course we discuss answers to these and many other questions from some of the rich philosophical traditions outside the Western world Prerequisite s One 100 Level Philosophy course Course may be applied to the Asian Studies minor 3 POL 355 Politics of East Asia Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 This course provides an introduction to the methods that political scientists use to answer questions Students will learn analytical tools to critically evaluate and conduct research The course will cover research design hypothesis formulation and various qualitative and quantitative methods for collecting and analyzing data Students will also construct a research design for a political science topic of interest to them Prerequisite s POL 143 Course may be applied to the Asian Studies minor 3 REL 210 Religions of China and Japan Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 An exploration of Confucianism and Taoism in China and Shinto and Buddhism in Japan with an emphasis on nature in these religions Course may be applied to the Asian Studies minor 3 REL 307 Buddhist Ethics Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 An exploration of traditional Buddhist ethics moral arguments Buddhists have advanced about contemporary issues and points of comparison with philosophical and Christian ethics Prerequisite s One 100 Level Religious Studies Cornerstone Course Fulfills the Moral Inquiry requirement Course may be applied to the Asian Studies minor 3 REL 323 Gods and War Religion Ideology and Nationalism in Japan and the United States Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 An exploration of how religions in Japan and the United States have helped formulate national identities and mobilize citizens for war Prerequisite s One 100 Level Religious Studies Cornerstone Course Course fulfills the Moral Inquiry requirement and may be applied to the Asian Studies minor 3 General Courses Code Course Credits ANT 105 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Offered Fall Semester This course is an introduction to cultural anthropology and is designed as an exploration into the diversity of ways in which human beings perceive and order the social world Topics covered include kinship gender language ecology economy political organization globalization religion and worldview from a diverse array of cultural viewpoints Course readings and films include both classic and contemporary ethnographies This course was formerly offered as SOC 228 Cultural Anthropology Fulfills the Social Scientific Inquiry requirement Course may be applied to the Asian Studies and Middle Eastern Studies minors Course may be applied to the Latin American Studies program with permission of the Program Director 3 ANT 233 Language and Culture Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 This course is an overview of linguistic anthropology and sociolinguists focusing on the relationship between language culture and society Students will explore the nature of human language by studying language in a variety of social contexts with the goal of better understanding how language and culture interact to reflect maintain alter and create the social worlds in which we live This course formerly offered as SOC 233 Language and Culture Course may be applied to the Asian Studies and Middle Eastern Studies minors Course may be applied to the Latin American Studies program with permission of the Program Director 3 BUS 336 International Business Offered Fall and Spring Semesters This course introduces the students to the economic political and cultural environments affecting international business In addition the influence of government on trade foreign direct investment foreign exchange export and import strategies and the impact of multinational enterprises will be discussed Students will also be exposed to the comprehensive set of dynamics that comprise international business decision environments and will learn to evaluate alternative courses of action in a global setting Particular emphasis will be placed on areas of current importance Extensive use of cases and readings Prerequisite s Junior standing Course may be applied to the Asian Studies and Middle Eastern Studies programs Course may be applied to the Latin American Studies program with permission of the Program Director 4 COM 315 Intercultural Communication Offered Fall and Spring Semester Examines the role of communication in the creation and transmission of cultural knowledge and practice Discusses the impact of communication differences in cross cultural contexts Prerequisite s COM 105 Course may be applied to the Asian Studies minor Middle Eastern Studies minor 3 CRM 355 Global Crime Offered Alternate Years Fall 2014 2016 This course provides a foundation for understanding causation victimization and control problems of various forms of transnational and international crimes To understand the context for these crimes the course begins with an introduction to globalization and its effects on society people and crime The second part of the course examines the nature and manifestations of various forms of global crimes ranging from genocide to human trafficking organized crime and corporate deviance Prerequisite s CRM 120 or CRM 201 Course may be applied to the Anthropology minor Students enrolled in this course may be eligible to apply for the Global Crime International Internship Program Please contact Professor Anamika Twyman Ghoshal for details 3 ECO 311

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  • Physics and Astronomy Courses  ·  Stonehill College
    s MTH 126 4 PHY 192 Astronomy in the Scientific Revolution Offered Fall and Spring Semesters The development and establishment of heliocentric theory Topics include celestial observations the geocentric universe Copernicus rejection of geocentrism Kepler s and Galileo s contributions to heliocentrism 17th centuryobservations and the gradual acceptance of heliocentrism The course stresses exercises observation establishment of data preparation of tables and construction of mathematical models Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement 3 PHY 193 Science and Belief Offered Fall and Spring Semesters Exploration of the relation between science and religion looking at selected historical episodes from St Augustine to Richard Dawkins Possible topics include reactions to Copernican cosmology the Galileo affair rationalism and empiricism in the scientific revolution Aristotelianism and mechanical philosophies Puritanism and science Enlightenment critique of religion responses to Darwin Big Bang cosmology and the fine tuning argument evolutionary psychology the growth of anti scientific sentiment within American fundamentalism Fulfills the Catholic Intellectual Traditions and Natural Scientific Inquiry requirements 3 PHY 194 Physics in the Scientific Revolution Offered Fall and Spring Semester The development of classical mechanics Topics include medieval Aristotelian principles of motion the development of statics kinematics and dynamics along with mathematical advances in the 17th century and Newton s Principia The course stresses exercises observation laboratory experiments establishment of data and the development of mathematical analysis and laws Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement 3 PHY 195 Quarks and Quanta Exploring the Subatomic World Offered Not Offered 2015 2016 The search for the ultimate building blocks of matter is traced from antiquity up to the recent discovery of the Higgs boson culminating in the standard model of particle physics The symmetry ideas that underlie the theory and the role of particles in the evolution of the universe are emphasized Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement 3 PHY 196 Quantum World and Relativity Offered Fall Semesters Introduction to the mysteries of quantum physics and relativity for the general student Despite nearly a century of confirmations the basic rules of quantum physics and relativity are still strange mysterious and counter intuitive and fun to think about This course examines these rules their discovery content and experimental verifications and the people who created them Einstein Bohr DeBroglie Heisenberg etc You do not need to be a science major to take this course Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement 3 PHY 205 Physics Problem Solving II Offered Spring Semester This series of one credit courses is meant to help students integrate the knowledge acquired in several physics topics from freshman to senior year The topics covered range from engineering applications of physics concepts to advanced topics in physics and astrophysics Students are given complex and multifaceted problems that they can study individually and in groups with the help of the Physics faculty Prerequisite s PHY 221 Corequisite s LC 235 Learning Community Quantum Waves Each spring semester there will be four separate sections of the course for respectively PHY 105 for freshmen PHY 205 for sophomores PHY 305 for juniors and PHY 405 for seniors Seniors will read research papers and present them to the rest of the class Completion of the four courses will satisfy the Capstone requirement for Physics and Astronomy majors 1 PHY 221 Physics III Offered Fall Semester Mechanical and electrical examples of damped forced and resonant oscillations the mechanical wave equation via Newton s mechanics the electromagnetic wave equation via Maxwell s equations traveling sound and electromagnetic waves diffraction and interference geometrical limit of wave optics Prerequisite s MTH 125 MTH 126 PHY 121 and PHY 122 4 PHY 222 Classical Mechanics Offered Fall Semester Lagrange s equations central forces kinematics and equations of motion for rigid bodies Hamilton s equations Hamilton Jacobi equations small oscillations elements of fluid dynamics Prerequisite s MTH 125 MTH 126 and PHY 121 PHY 122 3 PHY 291 Planets Moons and the Search for Alien Life Offered Fall Semester Earth and the solar system the search for planets around other stars and a discussion about the probability of finding life on other planets or their moons Topics include birth of the solar system early history of the Earth emergence of life on our planet mass life extinctions space exploration of planets and moons in our solar system and search for extraterrestrial life recent successful search for planets around other stars possibility of discovering Earth like planets around other stars in the near future The course will include class activities such as labs and repeated visits to our astronomical observatory Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement 3 PHY 292 The Universe Offered Spring Semester Structure and evolution of the Universe Topics include a brief history of our ideas about the size of the Universe from the Greeks to Copernicus the Newtonian revolution and the defeat of the anthropocentric view of the cosmos Einstein and the geometry of space time the Milky Way and the discovery of other galaxies stellar evolution supernovae white dwarfs neutron stars and black holes pulsars how stars produce the atomic building blocks of life Big Bang and the expansion of the universe discovery of microwave background radiation and the mystery of dark matter The course will include class activities such as labs and repeated visits to our astronomical observatory Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement 3 PHY 305 Physics Problem Solving III Offered Spring Semester This series of one credit courses is meant to help students integrate the knowledge acquired in several physics topics from freshman to senior year The topics covered range from engineering applications of physics concepts to advanced topics in physics and astrophysics Students are given complex and multifaceted problems that they can study individually and in groups with the help of the Physics faculty Prerequisite s LC 235 Learning Community Quantum Waves Each spring semester there will be four separate sections of the course for respectively PHY 105 for freshmen PHY 205 for sophomores PHY 305 for juniors and PHY 405 for seniors Seniors will read research papers and present

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  • Physics and Astronomy Faculty  ·  Stonehill College
    the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Academics Areas of Study Physics Astronomy Faculty Physics and Astronomy Faculty Jump to a Department Program Accountancy Master s at the University of Notre Dame Accounting Administrative Studies Master s at Boston College American Studies Anthropology Applied Behavior Analysis Master s at Regis College Applied Economics Master s at Boston College Art History Arts Administration Asian Studies Astronomy Biochemistry Biology Biomedical Sciences Master s at Regis College Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Cinema Studies Communication Computer Science Congressional and Presidential Studies Master s at The Catholic University of America Counseling Psychology Master s at Regis College Creative Writing Criminology Dance Data Science Dental Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Digital Media Production Early Childhood Education Economics Education Studies Elementary Education Engineering Dual Degree Program at the University of Notre Dame Engineering Science Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Master s ESTEEM Program at the University of Notre Dame English Entrepreneurship Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Finance Foreign Languages French Gender Sexuality Studies German Graphic Design Health Administration Master s at Regis College Health and Science Graduate Programs at Northeastern University Healthcare Administration Heritage Studies Master s at Regis College History Interdisciplinary Studies International Business Irish Studies Italian Studies Journalism Latin American Studies Law Doctorate at Fordham University Law Doctorate at The Catholic University of America Law Doctorate at Villanova University School of Law Management Management Information Systems Management Master s at University of Notre Dame Marine Studies Consortium Marketing Mathematics Middle Eastern Studies Military Science R O T C Music Neuroscience Nuclear Medicine Certificate at Regis College Nursing Bachelor s at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Nursing Master s at Simmons College Nutrition and Health Promotion Master s at Simmons College Optometry Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Osteopathic Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Pharmacy Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Philosophy Physical Therapy

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  • Physics and Astronomy Internships & Opportunities  ·  Stonehill College
    Regis College Creative Writing Criminology Dance Data Science Dental Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Digital Media Production Early Childhood Education Economics Education Studies Elementary Education Engineering Dual Degree Program at the University of Notre Dame Engineering Science Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Master s ESTEEM Program at the University of Notre Dame English Entrepreneurship Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Finance Foreign Languages French Gender Sexuality Studies German Graphic Design Health Administration Master s at Regis College Health and Science Graduate Programs at Northeastern University Healthcare Administration Heritage Studies Master s at Regis College History Interdisciplinary Studies International Business Irish Studies Italian Studies Journalism Latin American Studies Law Doctorate at Fordham University Law Doctorate at The Catholic University of America Law Doctorate at Villanova University School of Law Management Management Information Systems Management Master s at University of Notre Dame Marine Studies Consortium Marketing Mathematics Middle Eastern Studies Military Science R O T C Music Neuroscience Nuclear Medicine Certificate at Regis College Nursing Bachelor s at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Nursing Master s at Simmons College Nutrition and Health Promotion Master s at Simmons College Optometry Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Osteopathic Medicine Doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Pharmacy Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Philosophy Physical Therapy Doctorate at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Physician Assistant Studies Master s at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University Physics Physics Astronomy Political Science International Studies Pre Allied Health Professions Advising Pre Health Professions Advising Pre Law Advising Pre Theology Advising Psychology Public Administration Policy Public Administration Master s at Bridgewater State University Religious Studies SACHEM Exchange Program Secondary Education Sociology Sociology Criminology Spanish Speech Language Pathology Master s at Northeastern University Sports Science and Society Studio Arts Teacher Licensure Theatre Arts Visual Performing Arts Apply Now Request Info Courses Faculty Internships Opportunities Graduate Outcomes Honors Society Affiliations Internship Opportunities Cubist Pharmaceuticals Covidien PCI Synthesis US Department of Energy Efficiency Renewable Energy Museum of Science NASA s Goddard Space Flight Center Pharmasol InterSystems Corporation Triumverate Maria Mitchell Association Nantucket Observatory Research Opportunities Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience S U R E S U R E is an opportunity for students who have completed their first year at Stonehill to perform full time high quality research over the summer months under the guidance of an expert faculty researcher A student in the S U R E program spends 8 10 weeks of the summer collaborating with a professor and sometimes other students on an original research project that fits into the faculty member s overall research program The experience includes postgraduate career seminars program wide outings weekly lunches and a student poster session in the fall S U R E students generally live on campus and receive a stipend for their summer work Students in the Physics Astronomy program have the opportunity to join their professors in conducting publishable research in the field

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