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  • Windsor Heights, Iowa resident wins Hero Behind the Hero scholarship from Waldorf College
    Cory is one of the two recipients of the scholarship For Cory working in public safety is a family tradition When asked which of her family members are involved with emergency services Cory responded with a laugh It s more like which ones aren t Her father has worked for the Polk City Fire Department for 25 years and her grandfather served in Desert Storm and is a former Polk City Fire Department Fire Chief An uncle is on the Ankeny Fire Department and even her mother and grandmother were firefighters at one point The scholarship will help Cory 17 further her education and break new ground I ll be the first person in my family to go to college so this scholarship means everything explained Cory An active member of her church youth group Cory attended Valley High School in West Des Moines where she was a member of the varsity bowling team She will continue playing this fall as a member of the Waldorf Warriors women s bowling team Cory plans to study biology at Waldorf and is considering becoming a physical chemist one day While she is not sure if she will follow in the family tradition of firefighting she has not decided against public service I ve thought about it but I m not quite sure yet It would be an amazing thing to tell my kids someday that their mom helped save lives said Cory Waldorf College created the Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship to acknowledge the sacrifices made by first responders and our nation s defenders A total of 12 scholarships are awarded every year 10 to online students and two to residential students For residential students the Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship works with other grants and scholarships to ensure tuition is covered

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  • Waldorf College awards Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship to online students
    Behind the Hero Scholarship to online students Anthony Cornealius 11 2 2011 Waldorf College is proud to announce the winner of the Waldorf Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship which honors the spouses and children of active duty public safety personnel firefighters law enforcement officers EMTs and dispatchers and military men and women Amy Richards and Jennifer Burgess received online scholarships based on their entries in the Hero Behind the Hero

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  • Waldorf College Awards Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship
    Behind the Hero Scholarship Nickie Cooper 9 16 2011 Waldorf College is proud to announce the winner of the Waldorf Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship which honors the spouses and children of active duty public safety personnel firefighters law enforcement officers EMTs and dispatchers and military men and women Loretta Mueller and Rachel Haynie received online scholarships based on their entries in the Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship essay contest sponsored by Waldorf The scholarship covers tuition for up to 24 months for one specific degree program Mueller whose husband has served in the fire industry for over 20 years says that she plans on using the scholarship to advance in her current position at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minn She has also seen positive reactions from her daughter after deciding to pursue her degree Because I am a student my daughter has become motivated as a sophomore in high school and is actively seeking colleges Haynie who is the spouse of an active duty Navy Servicemember would like to earn her degree in order to break through the ceiling she has hit in her career After serving in the military herself and many attempts at college Haynie recently

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    complete college coursework Identify how the college s policies contribute to a student s performance and success Evaluate habits and skills for each of the seven dimensions of wellness social physical emotional career intellectual environmental and spiritual well being Assess how your own gifts talents passions and core values contribute to your vocation of choice PreRequisites None Textbook s P O W E R learning and your life Essentials of

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    improving the thinking that underlies them Objectives Use critical thinking to solve problems Use evidence and sound reasoning to support your arguments beliefs and judgments Use critical self evaluation to enhance your personal growth PreRequisites None Textbook s Thinking critically A concise guide Publisher Houghton Mifflin 2003 Author Chaffee J ISBN 9780618348824 Price 61 95 Disclaimer Textbooks listed are based on the last open revision of the course Prior revisions

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    read interpret and evaluate assigned literature 2 Identify cultural historical and philosophical forces revealed in and illustrated by the assigned literature 3 Examine how allusion figurative language and other formal features shape meaning in the assigned literature 4 Identify both the thematic and the aesthetic significance of the assigned literary works and will place the thematic and aesthetic concerns of the work in the context of the historical literary period of the work 5 Analyze formal elements in the assigned literary works students will identify and analyze questions these works pose about human concerns such as the nature of evil family community and other provocative subjects 6 Examine and express the role that the assigned literature played in creating the cultural and philosophical foundations of American literature and culture 7 Apply literary research and scholarship to evaluate assigned literature 8 Demonstrate the skills required to analyze and synthesize the assigned literary works in written composition that includes literary research PreRequisites ENG 1020 Textbook s None Disclaimer Textbooks listed are based on the last open revision of the course Prior revisions and future revisions may use different textbooks To verify textbook information view the course syllabus or contact Student Services at

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    literary examples 4 Explain why writers of the postwar era following the end of World War I came to be described as the Lost Generation devoid of faith and alienated from a civilization that was botched as Ezra Pound described it 5 Analyze how the publication in 1922 of T S Eliot s The Waste Land perhaps the most significant American poem of the twentieth century helped to establish a modern tradition of literature rich with learning and symbolism 6 Analyze the emergence of new American dramatists after World War I and provide characteristics of specific works 7 Identify and analyze the emergence of modernism and discuss specific representative literary works 8 Discuss the twentieth century rebirth of African American writing through the Harlem Literary Renaissance of the 1920s and up to the current time 9 Assess the appearance of the anti hero in Post WWII American fiction 10 Analyze the rise of drama in the post World War II U S discussing the characteristics and providing specific examples 11 Discuss how post World War II American fiction returned to the skeptical ironic tradition of the earlier realists and naturalists 12 Discuss the impact of women writers on post World

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    effectively for central themes arguments and evidence Recognize and identify significant geographic locations of history across the world Write historical essays that posit contestable arguments Identify change over time Connect specific historical evidence to broad historical themes PreRequisites None Textbook s Civilizations past present volume 1 to 1650 Rev 12 Publisher Pearson 2008 Author Edgar R R Hackett N J Jewsbury G F Molony B A Gordon M S ISBN

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