Architecture was not always thought of as a profession. The "architect" was the person who could build structures that didn't fall down. In fact, the word architect comes from the Greek word for "chief carpenter," architektōn. In the United States, architecture as a licensed profession changed in 1857.
It's no secret: long-distance relationships, especially in college, are incredibly difficult. After all, just being in college is hard enough, so adding a long-distance relationship to the mix is inevitably going to add some stress and difficulty. Whether you're deciding whether you want to give your relationship a shot across the distance or whether you're just trying to prepare for what's to come, it can be a great help to be aware in advance of the challenges inherent in any college long-distance relationship.
The highly prized skills that employers look for today are problem-solving, reasoning and decision making, and logical approaches to challenges. Fortunately, mathematics challenges are the perfect way to hone your skills in these areas, especially when you challenge yourself to a new "Problem of the Week" each week like this classic listed below, "The Horse Problem.
Slippery Rock University Admissions Overview: Slipper Rock admits around two-thirds of applicants each year; students with decent grades and test scores within or above the ranges posted below have a good chance of being admitted. Along with an application, interested students will need to submit official high school transcripts and scores from either the SAT or the ACT.
Beginning in 1899, the Boxer Rebellion was an uprising in China against foreign influence in religion, politics, and trade. In the fighting, the Boxers killed thousands of Chinese Christians and attempted to storm the foreign embassies in Beijing. Following a 55-day siege, the embassies were relieved by 20,000 Japanese, American, and European troops.
CEU stands for Continuing Education Unit. A CEU is a unit of credit equal to 10 hours of participation in an accredited program designed for professionals with certificates or licenses to practice various professions. Doctors, nurses, lawyers, engineers, CPAs, real estate agents, financial advisers, and other such professionals are required to participate in continuing education programs for a certain number of hours every year in order to keep their certificates, or licenses to practice, current.