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Agriculture[edit]

People[edit]

  • C Narayanasamy Naidu (Indian Iconic farmer leader, founder of Tamil Nadu Agriculturalists Association)
  • Carey Gillam (Author of "Whitewash", former Reuters correspondent)
  • Eric Toensmeier (Author of multiple titles, researcher, perennial agriculture expert)
  • Frank Morton (plant breeder) (Plant breeder founder of Wild Garden Seeds.)
  • Ira Wallace (Author, seed saver, co-founder of Acorn Community, co-owner of Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, board member of Organic Seed Alliance, co-organizer of the Heritage Harvest Festival at Monticello)
  • Will Bonsall (Seed saver, founder of Grassroots Seed Network)

Organizations[edit]

Plants and crops and methods used by farmers[edit]

  • Cropio - farm management and crop health monitoring system [9]. Cropio helps farmers and agriculture companies to plan their field works, to forecast harvest, to manage vegetation index, etc. [10], [11], [12]. It has a good reputation among it's customers [13]. The biggest clients are PepsiCo, Monsanto, Bonduelle, DuPont and others.
  • Broadleaf weeds (Description of broadleaf weeds, contrast with other types of weeds, methods for controlling (including in lawns and gardens), list of weeds that fall into this category
  • Dinizia jueirana-facao (recently discovered tree species in the legume family found in Brazil) (https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12225-017-9720-7)
  • Jorquette - the part of a cocoa tree where the chupon ( i.e., vertical/orthotropic growth of seedlings) terminates to produce fan branches

Other[edit]

  • Ecocrop
  • Fung Shui woodland - described at Lai Chi Wo#Fung Shui Woodland; zh:風水林
  • FutureFeed - a seaweed-based feed additive for livestock that aims to significantly reduce methane production; currently being developed by a dedicated team at CSIRO; [14]
  • Manufactured Product for cultivating Pongamia
  • How Farms Work [15] - this is a surfaced YouTube channel with over 40 million views, possibly the most popular farm vlog to date [16]; started in 2012; intended to show the daily life on a commercial beef and crop farm in Wisconsin [17]
  • Microbulation - this seems to be used in medical references as well as horticultural; horticulturally, it seems to be a process used in creating a microbiota community for soil (specifically, it is referenced within the cannabis-growing agricultural space), but I don't find it defined well; it is also a term used in medical journals and microbiology / genetics as a descriptor of the surface of cells in some way, but again, not defined anywhere I can see; medical references at: Journal of Medical Society [18] and a Chalmers University of Technology publication [19] and the LSU Agricultural College [20] and [21]; horticultural references at: IC Magazine forums [22] and retailers [23] and [24]
  • Musk pig
  • Pinus x Schwerinii - a type of pine conifer in the Pinus subsection; [25]
  • Pollen sensitization pwww.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12783766]
  • Pollen sensitization
  • Sardaryan's formulas [26]
  • SoluBor - a water-soluble fertilizer containing 20.5% boron; usually applied to crops as a foliar fertilizer to treat boron deficiency which is widespread globally; a rate for cabbages in South Africa is 500g in 600L water per ha, applied at 2, 4 and 6 weeks after planting
  • Terraculture - a global perspective of sustainably utilizing organic farming practices and local food production in conjunction with the developments achieved through the green revolution and agricultural industrialization to conserve the environment while continuing to yield high outputs; [27]
  • Turanville (Shorthorns)
  • Two Stage Drainage Ditch A modified ditch system that decreases runoff, preventing eutrophication; [28],[29],[30],[31]

Architecture[edit]

Architects (PEOPLE )[edit]

Architectural firms and organisations[edit]

Buildings[edit]

regarding "The Breakers" Vanderbilt mansion; Re; "The Childrens Cottage" which exists on the grounds. There's needs to be added reference to and photo's and the like.

Africa
Asia
Europe
Ireland
  • Dromagh CastleGalway, Ireland, castle ruins in Galway and the oldest castle in Duhallow, O'Keefe Clan Estate [[138]], official registry by NUI Galway[[139]]. The present standing walls of Dromagh Castle which are locally referred to as “The Castle”, were the surrounding walls of the Courtyard. This Courtyard measured forty four yards by thirty six. The walls are about thirty feet high from the base of the surrounding Moat. They are turreted at the east and west sides and at each of the four corners stands a circular tower. The tower at the North-eastern corner was five storey and about seventy feet high. The remaining were three storeyed and about forty feet high. The internal diameter of each tower is fifteen feet three inches. The walls are five feet five inches inches in thickness. The gateways are on the east and west sides and are nine feet high by eighteen feet wide. Each gateway had double gates and was of heavy strongly riveted steel plates. In the centre of the courtyard was the Castle proper. Between the Castle and the surrounding wall was a moat and there was a moat also outside the walls. Both moats could have been about one hundred years old at that time. There was an avenue or roadway leading to the Castle from the south-east that is from the direction of the present Catholic Church and the local tradition has it that fierce fighting took place on this road. However, the Cromwellians drove the O Keeffe men back and charging on horseback through the moat captured the Castle. There is a tradition also that fifteen people were executed after they had surrendered but many escaped through an underground tunnel which had its exit in the farm now owned by William Hartnett. After 1651 the Castle was owned by the Leader Family and was burned by the local Volunteers during the war of Independence 1920-21.
  • Daly CastleGalway, Ireland, castle ruins in Galway, and also known as Castledaly. Official registry by NUI Galway [[140]]. This property was in the possession of the Blake family from the late 16th century and was known as Corbally. In 1786 Wilson refers to the house as the seat of Mr. Blake. When Peter Daly acquired it in 1829 he had the castle remodelled and a facade added. The property then became known as Castledaly. Lewis records it as the seat of J. Daly in 1837. At the time of Griffith's Valuation it was the property of James Daly and the buildings were valued at £34. It was also the seat of James Daly in 1894. It is now a ruin. The mausoleum of the Daly family can be seen in the grounds of St. Theresa's church nearby, which they helped to build and where memorial tablets recording members of the family can be seen. More historical information about location can be found here: [[141]].
  • Listed buildings in the Republic of Ireland in the style of Listed buildings in the United Kingdom and/or any of Listed building#Equivalent status outside the United Kingdom. Sources [142], [143], [144]
Turkey
Other
North America

Codes, regulations, and standards[edit]

General concepts, styles[edit]

Digital Tectonics[edit]

People[edit]

  • Alexander Kira – author of influential classic work on bathroom designs and ergonomics

Non-people[edit]

Architecture of [country][edit]
A–F
G–N
O–Z
Other[edit]

Urban studies and planning[edit]

Organizations[edit]

Other[edit]

Communications[edit]

Companies and other organizations[edit]

People[edit]

  • Joel Snyder - one of the world's first audio describers (c. 1981), a narrative technique for making visual images accessible to people who are blind or have low vision; author of The Visual Made Verbal: A Comprehensive Training Manual and Guide to the History and Applications of Audio Description (www.audiodescribe.com)
  • Nola Taylor Redd - an American journalist specializing in space and physics. She's written many notable articles and is becoming one of the best in her field. She covers a wide range of topics, from planetary science to particle physics to SETI (the search for extraterrestrial life).

Other[edit]

A–J[edit]

K–Q[edit]

  • Konnekt Videophone - a videotelephony appliance designed specifically for the elderly and those with disabilities. References and draft (author conflict of interest noted): [198] and [199]
  • Language icon - an initiative to create an artificial globally recognizable icon, to be used not only web but for real life applications as well to signify "language"; languageicon.org
  • LG Glimmer - greatly enhanced version of the LG Shine, by LG, featuring both a touchscreen on the ouside, instead of a joystick, and a keypad on the inside
  • Lumascape - very much talked about in all areas of online marketing, but it does ot have an article. I've not had a single conversation with anyone in online advertising where Lumascape has not come up, and everybody is using it to classify the different companies in the market. Please add this article.
  • Mass Representative - do photons carry mass as suggested by the equation m = hf/c2 ?
  • Metastorm - BPM software
  • Microdiversity - selection of best signal from different sectors within a Cell of a Mobile network. This will be done by BSC in GSM and by RNC in UMTS
  • Mobile Nations - a group of mobile product review, news sites, and forums; includes sites for Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Apple's iOS, and webOS; In all, the group has 8.5 million unique users; [200]
  • Mobile Terminated Roaming Retry (MTRR) - [201]
  • Mosio - a simple, free service where members ask questions via text messages, and other members research and answer these questions from their computers; mosio.com
  • MultiAX - a radio communications technology used similar to the MPT1327 trunking protocol
  • NEC Aspire hybrid small business phone system
  • Network Access Application - per ETSI 102 223, application residing in the UICC which holds a subscriber identity and an authentication algorithm and provides the access to a network
  • Packetbox - instant-messaging service provider using Wireless Village protocol
  • Parallel-sequence spread spectrum (PSSS)
  • Protected Spectrum - what is it? why can we not transmit on this spectrum?
  • Quik Call II (1+1 Fire Dispatch tone)

R–Z[edit]

[217] [218] [219]

Computer science, computing, Internet[edit]

Requests for articles about computing are on a separate page, and should be added there.

Design[edit]

Non-people[edit]

Companies and other organizations[edit]

  • C-Stick redirect to GameCube controller#Overview 64.175.40.193 (talk) 16:53, 23 October 2017 (UTC)
  • Design for America(DFA) - designforamerica.com - Founded by Prof. Liz Gerber at Northwestern University, DFA has grown to a national network with 36 studios and over 1200 members at campuses across the US. From their website "DFA is an award-winning, nationwide network of university students using design innovation for social good, building community, and developing their capacity to take on any challenge." DFA has been written about in many news outlets, including: Huffington Post[8] and the Chicago Tribune[9].
  • Immortal - Immortal the design station, www.immortal.com.sg - a brand engagement consultancy, established in 1990; integrated with ONG&ONG in July 2014 ([228]); the firm was awarded as one of Asia's Top Designers at the Singapore Design Awards 2015 ([229]); the firm bagged a Singapore Good Design SG Mark award for its work in branding The Apiary in 2016 ([230]); Immortal's Directors, Saxone Woon, Stanley Tan and Theresa Yong are Associates of The Design Alliance, Asia ([231])
  • Joseph Rodgers and Sons - cutlery company
  • Land Art Generator Initiative - international project to advance the proliferation of renewable energy infrastructure by engaging creative interdisciplinary teams in the design of site-specific utility-scale power plants that are integrated into the urban and rural environment; see renewable energy sculpture; after three successful design competitions and broad political support, the organization is constructing its first demonstration projects in 2015–2016; landartgenerator.org
  • MODERN ERA CONVENT, JANAK PURI (SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL IN DELHI) (www.moderneraconvent.com)
  • R&Co Design - award winning ([232]; [233]) graphic design studio focused on web and brand identity; its work has been referenced in hundreds of online publications ([234]; [235]; [236]; [237]) related to design inspiration, minimalism and responsive web design; led by New York-based artist and designer Ryan Paonessa; rspny.com; [238]
  • Trig Innovation Industrial design firm based in Chapel Hill, NC. First fully virtual company to win an Industrial Design Excellence Award from the Industrial Designers Society of America. Founded in 2008. [10][11][12][13][14][15]
  • DIALOG - Multidisciplinary Canadian design firm with architects, urban planners, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers, interior designers, and landscape architects. Formed in 2010 after a merger Cohos Evamy, Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden, Office for Urbanism, and Mole White. Offices in San Francisco, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Toronto. (www.dialogdesign.ca). Please redirect Cohos Evamy to this page.

Other[edit]

  • Bunitu Botnet - Barely mentioned botnet which used infected computers as endpoints for a proxy service.
  • BabaCAD - a free CAD program, for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS, featuring DWG and LISP; babacad.com
  • Bangle Butt - a car-body style first found in BMW 7 Series (E65) and BMW 6 Series (E63) and later in many other makes and models
  • book rest
  • BIM Track - A BIM coordinations communications platform for Revit, Navisworks, Tekla and openBIM software. [239] [240]
  • Downproof Fabrics (What are its properties, uses, how it's made, etc. ?)
  • isoluminous - what is it? it is not in any of the dictionary sites I checked (It means "equal brightness", usually of differing color. Television/NTSC color bars are an example of isoluminous: same 75% brightness/luminance, but different colors, for calibration purposes. Relative luminance might also help. Tech paper abstract.)
  • LAI4D - Innovative model designing system. stands for "Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence for Design". It should be made into an article because it is mentioned in many other wikipedia articles but there is no link and it's popularity as a designing program is growing extremely fast.
  • Lythialin-glass - in Novy Bor, Bohemia (present-day Czech Republic), an artist and technician named Friedrich Egermann became famous for his development of of Lythialin-glass with a marbled surface that resembles semi-precious stones; [241]
  • StabiCad - BIM (Building information modeling) software; can be installed on Revit and Autocad; [242] (Per WP:PROMOTION, a mere addition to the main BIM article's software section seems more appropriate than a whole article?)
  • trolley bag or trolley case
  • Twemoji - a free emojiset widely used including by Wikimedia projects, should have info on palette, unusual interpretations of the emoji guidelines, and end-use. No Wikidata entry yet.
  • Vention - a machine/equiptment design environment that brings together a cloud-CAD, modular harware and automation system to allow designers and engineers to design, order and recieve their projects in just a few days. Since its launch it has created significant buzz in the engineering, machine design and industrial automation communities. (https://www.vention.io/, [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30])

People[edit]

  • Bagio White - lead creative director and editor-in-chief of Dopeness Magazine; gained early recognition in the industry for his creative editorial designs for the magazine; signature style includes use of vibrant colors, props, and mood, as well as subversion, of traditional graphic pattern techniques which is most notable throughout the magazine's covers, editorials and online editorials; bagiowhite.com; [243])
  • Beci Orpin - Melbourne-based craft designer and illustrator
  • Richard Ferlazzo - Holden design director; based in General Motors, Holden's Port Melbourne design studio; [244]; [245]; [246]; [247]; [248]; [249]; [250]; [251]; [252]
  • Riccardo Giraldi Microsoft Creative Director; known for Microsoft HoloLens, Google WebLab, Micd Scalextric, teaching design and his talks about interaction design and the relationship between human and technology


Bernhardt Design designers[edit]

Internationally known designers joined the creative team, including: bernhardtdesign.com/designers/index.html

Education[edit]

  • CENTURY Tech (https://www.century.tech) CENTURY Tech develops artificial intelligence teaching and learning platforms for schools, colleges and universities. It was founded by entrepreneur Priya Lakhani OBE in 2015. It has been featured in numerous articles from news outlets across the world and recently signed the first ever deal to implement AI in a state-wide school system ([253]) ([254]) ([255]) ([256]) ([257]) ([258])
  • Albert (https://www.albert.io/) Formerly Learnerator, Albert, provides college math and science, Advanced Placement®, SAT®, ACT®, GRE®, GMAT®, literature, social science, history content for individual learners as well as simple classroom management, assignments, and practice exams for teachers and school administrators. The platform, and it's employees have been featured in various sources ([259], [260]). The current CEO, Luke Liu, was a recipient of Crain's Chicago Business 20 in their 20s class of 2017 ([261]). The company has received both a Seed and Series A round of funding, notable investors include Ashton Kutcher, Corazon Capital, and Serra Ventures ([262], [263]).
  • Educational management
  • Forbes School of Business & Technology Formerly the Ashford University School of Professional Studies, the Forbes School of Business & Technology is an American business school owned by Steve Forbes.
  • MobyMax educational software
  • Northside High School of Performing Arts
  • UsingEnglish.com ([264]) is a site specialising in helping those learning or teaching English as a second or foreign language, established at the beginning of 2002. It has a significant amount of independently created and editorially reviewed reference material, articles and materials on the English language alongside online tools for both learners and teachers. It has been independently reviewed by key educational websites such as [265] and the resources it provides have been cited in numerous respected print publications ([266]) and as a source by various Wikipedia articles ([267]).
  • Teknol Inc ([268]) is a company working in the education sector, where it promotes the early learning of children. It has 2 applications namely, PREto3 a logistics application for preschool which helps makes communication better between parents and teachers and MySutraa which is prenatal care application that helps parents with pregnancy-related queries from preconception to the time when the child is 1 year old. Teknol also owns a few preschools in India and USA. It also has an extracurricular camp called Fuze Fit. [269], [270], [271], [272].
  • Membean ([273] is a website that helps and encourages people to learn new vocabulary. It helps people from spelling new words all the way to filling in blanks for sentencing and definition hinting to figure out a learned word. They also use pictures and videos to visually express their words. There are six vocabulary levels and you need to learn a few thousand words each to level up! They also can give you vocab quizzes! This website is used in many schools to expand a child's vocabulary as part of the extra school curriculum. This website has received good reviews by educational websites and has been mentioned by many sources relating to school. Here are just a few of them. If a wikipedia confirmed user or administrator comes across this, you NEED to create an article for this. It's creation is long overdue and it deserves recognition. Here are some other sources. [274], [275], [276], [277], [278], [279], [280]
  • Organic World Language (Organic World Language, also known as OWL and formerly known as Organic Language Acquisition or OLA, is a method of teaching foreign languages. The six goals of the OWL methodology are for students to use the target language 100% of the time, to not be afraid of the target language environment, to take risks and break down the affective filter, to be able to infer meaning and use circumlocution to communicate, to participate and be part of a community, to cultivate intrinsic motivation and student ownership. OWL methodology accomplishes this by doing community-building activities in class, using students and their life experiences as the content and curriculum, creating a second language learning environment that mimics that of the first language, redesigning classroom seating so that students are in a circle with no desks, and consistently integrating kinesthetic movement.) (http://www.owlanguage.com, [281], [282], [283], [284])
  • Waterford Institute
  • Waterford UPSTART* effects of gender differences in accounting education for high scholars--41.79.191.33 (talk) 11:04, 7 December 2015 (UTC)
  • Quizizz (https://quizizz.com/) [285]Quizizz allows you to conduct student-paced formative assessments in a fun and engaging way for students of all ages.

Schools, colleges, and universities[edit]

Please note: Elementary schools and middle schools are generally considered non-notable.

General[edit]

Mercy College Mackay Principal: Jim Ford Specialising in eduction for years 7-10. Notable history. [289] [290] [291]

I don't want to dissuade any non-COI editor from creating an article on this subject, but it should be noted that the text below is essentially a recreation of the article discussed in Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Case no. 16CV300. -- RoySmith (talk) 23:37, 30 December 2016 (UTC)

Section 34-8-196 concerns the eligibility of benefits for certain service workers. It is found under Title 34, which deals with Labor and Industrial Relations; Chapter 8 handles Employment Security with Article 7 focusing on Benefits.

The provisions define "educational institutions," "educational service contractors and "educational service workers." These definitions are the main legislative changes from previous versions (2006, 2010, and 2013). 2014 legislation reflects the changes, but the law did not go into effect until 2015. Like past versions, it sets forth interpretations for "between terms" and "reasonable assurance," and attention is paid to services in professional sports and aliens.[33]

Provisions

UI + RO Memo 2015-10

Educational Institution
This is any company in the education industry such as GSU


  • Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies, this is a consortium of 26 Australian and international universities that promotes study abroad in Indonesia and language study. Is mentioned on lots of pages on wikipedia but has no page of its own. Source: http://www.acicis.edu.au

Forbes School of Business & Technology - The online business school owned by Steve Forbes and Ashford University.

  • Avanti Gurukul - Test Prep company in India, backed by Pearson Affordable Learning Fund [34], and Michael Susan Dell Foundation [35] [36], with more than 200,000 subscribers on Youtube[37]. Link - http://www.avanti.in
  • Class Schedule - There is a page about Schedule but there is no page for this.

Educational Service Contractor
This is any company that employs educational service workers to work for educational institutions, for example K-12 cafeteria workers and substitutes may get hired through Kelly Educational Staffing.

Educational Service Worker
This is anyone who works for an educational institution or educational service contractor (cafeteria worker, bus driver, librarian, cross-walk attendant, substitute, etc). Between Terms
Educational service workers, professional sports workers, and aliens are "between terms" over holiday, between successive semesters, or otherwise a period of not getting paid, when they have a "reasonable assurance" of returning to work.

Reasonable Assurance
Educational service workers, professional sports workers, and aliens have "reasonable assurance" when they expect to go back to work after a period of not getting paid.

History
In 2009, Georgia borrowed $721M from the federal government in order to provide benefits to nearly 500,000 unemployed.[38]

Commissioner Mark Butler considered modifications to the UI system as a way to repay the Feds.[39]

In 2012, UI rules changed[40] to restrict eligibility of benefits to educational service workers. This “action by Commissioner Mark Butler impact[ed] more than 32,000 hard- working Georgians and their families. Shockingly, his actions also have a very negative effect on the health of our state’s economy when families and local economies are denied these funds,” said Senator Emanuel Jones, Chairman of the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus.[41] Community organizing resulted federal attention, and the US DOL condemned the rule as having no statutory basis.[42]

In 2013, the call to bring UI rights back[43] resulted in the repayment of $8M to 32,000 people.[44]

In 2014, GDOL paid back the federal loan ahead of schedule. “A lot has to do with the recovery,” Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said. “We’ve seen jobs grow. Plus, some of the changes we made to the unemployment system also helped.”[45]

In 2015, the legislative change went into effect defining "educational service worker," educational institution," and "educational service contractor" based on this memo from 1987.[46] Rep. Dewey McClain expressed frustration that, "the burdens were placed on the ineligible employees, rather than on the employers, who were benefiting from the status quo."[47]

Rebekahalnablack (talk) 23:22, 30 December 2016 (UTC)


School-specific[edit]

A–B[edit]
C–D[edit]

[302] [303] [304] [305] [306] [307] [308] [309] [310] [311] [312] [313] [314] [315] [316] [317] [318] [319] [320] [321] [322] [323] [324] [325] [326] [327] [328] [329] [330] [331] [332] [333] [334] [335] [336] [337] [338] [339] [340] [341] [342] [343] [344] [345] [346] [347] [348] [349] [350] [351] [352] [353] [354] [355] [356] [357] [358] [359] [360] [361] [362] [363] [364] [365] [366] [367])

  • Central Magnet School - a 6–12 magnet school in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States; established 2010; school was only five years old when ranked fourth-best school in Tennessee by USNews; [368]
  • Chicago College of Chiropody and Pedic Surgery - Chicago, Illinois, United States; closed early 1960s; records and students absorbed by the Illinois College of Podiatry which later was named the Dr. Scholl College. (I can't find much online about it, but I was a student at Scholl and they had the old pictures of the CCC classes from the 1930s to the 1960s; alumni would occasionally request transcripts and such too, as Scholl had threcords)
  • Christ College of Nursing & Health Sciences - Cincinnati, Ohio, United States; school's predecessor, The Christ Hospital School of Nursing, established 1902; for over 105 years, The Christ Hospital School of Nursing grew in both size and sophistication to meet the changing healthcare needs within the greater Cincinnati and tri-state (Ohio-Indiana-Kentucky) region; has graduated over 6,000 registered nurses; thechristcollege.edu
  • Coaching with NLP - Wayne Farrell, South Africa, 0749157633; They are a International training company, training coaches and therapists in subjects like NLP, coaching, body language, hypnosis and other personal development courses; Their courses are internationally recognized and they regularly provide free information to people in the field; www.coachingwithnlp.co
  • Colegio Americano del Pacífico S.C. - Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico; [369]; [370]
  • Colegio Universitario de San Juan - Puerto Rico; established January 10, 1972, in Saturce; vocational programs then offered included associate degrees and certificates in computer programming, electronics, secretarial science, architecture and building and nursing; in 1979, the building that houses the current physical facilities opened in Hato Rey; offers associate degrees and baccalaureate degrees; accredited since June 1978 by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the Commission on Higher Education; nursing program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (formerly National League of Nursing);

cunisanjuan.edu

E–H[edit]

https://ehs.uinta1.com/

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M–R[edit]
  • Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust rset.edu.in (Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust (RSET) is a registered public charitable trust established in the year 1948 at Malad, Mumbai, INDIA. With an aim to promote various educational, charitable and social activities, the trust has pioneered in providing educational opportunities to various sections of society. During the last seven decades and more, the trust has played a very vital role in promoting and providing better education from primary to post graduation in the fields of Commerce, Management, Information Technology and Media Studies. Apart from its educational pursuits, Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust also caters to the social and humanitarian needs of the community.

Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust had started its educational activities for girls, but in due course of time, it has opened its doors to boys as well. At present more than 15,000 students are receiving education in various educational institutions run by the Trust. The Educational Institutions owned and run by Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust are : Kudilal Govindram Seksaria Sarvodaya School Kudilal Govindram Seksaria English School Ramniwas Bajaj English High School Mainadevi Bajaj International School Mainadevi Bajaj International Playschool Durgadevi Saraf Junior College Ghanshyamdas Saraf College of Arts & Commerce Kirandevi Saraf Institute of Complete Learning Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies Deviprasad Goenka Management College of Media Studies Ladhidevi Ramdhar Maheshwari Night College of Commerce Kunjbihari S. Goyal Online Academy

Other organizations owned and managed by Rajasthani Sammelan include : Draupadidevi Sanwarmal Women’s Hostel Ramdhar Maheshwari Career Counseling Centre. Pravinchandra D. Shah Sports Academy Jankidevi Bilasrai Bubna Boys Hostel) (www.rset.edu.in)

S[edit]
  • Sri Venkateswara Bala Kuteer - [400]
  • Stansfield College - Singapore; Law School; Founded in 1993, Stansfield College is a long standing private higher education institution and a trusted provider of the University of London international programmes in Singapore. Its philosophy of recruiting only highly qualified and dedicated faculty and its unique learning system of small class sizes and focused attention providing its students with unrivalled learning opportunities. Over the years the College has continued to build on its strengths and today, its mission is a simple one – ‘to make learning enjoyable’. Stansfield College has over 20 years of experience as a specialist provider of University of London international programmes and is a Registered Centre of the University of London in Singapore. Its past recognitions include receiving the coveted Enterprise 50 award from 2002 to 2006 in recognition of its enterprising spirit and the Singapore Quality Class for PEOs in 2003. Stansfield College offers undergraduate degrees and diplomas in a range of academic disciplines which includes Law, Humanities and the EMFSS suite of programmes with specialisations in Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences.; www.stansfield.edu.sg
  • Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College - Mount Pleasant, Michigan, United States; community college; in 1998, the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Council adopted a resolution establishing a tribally controlled college and forming a governing board of regents; while the primary focus was to build a bridge between tribal members and higher education, the college was chartered as a public institution for all people in the community; in passing its resolution to establish the college, the council sought to increase access to higher education and to expand educational and career opportunities for the tribal community; the council also was taking responsibility to provide for the future of the tribe by investing in its most valuable resource, its members and employees; school's establishment was an important step in an educational empowerment process that seeks to preserve and maintain the Saginaw Chippewa tribal culture; school strives to provide a quality learning experience and environment designed to sustain the cultural continuity of the tribe from past to future generations; as a tribally controlled two-year college, the school offers Associate of Arts degrees; three degrees are offered: 1) Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts, 2) Associate of Arts in Native American Studies, and 3) Associate of Arts in Business. Each of these degree programs is intended for transfer to baccalaureate degree programs at local colleges and universities; chartered as a non-profit, public corporation of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan; school's primary geographic service area is the Isabella Reservation and greater Mount Pleasant area, which is the principal reservation of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe; secondary service area is the Saganing Reservation, a subsidiary, smaller reservation of the tribe; sagchip.edu
  • Saint Elizabeth College of Nursing - Utica, New York, United States; established 1904 as a single purpose three-year diploma program in nursing; registered by the New York State Education Department as St. Elizabeth Hospital School of Nursing and graduated its first class of seven in 1907; nursing program was a natural outgrowth of the tradition and mission of St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC) which is to care for the sick and helpless. The college maintains a strong tie with its parent institution, SEMC, as well as other clinical agencies to provide superior clinical experiences for students in all clinical areas; offers a two-year associate in applied science (AAS) degree in nursing, fully integrating theoretical learning with clinical experiences within a caring environment; nursing courses include direct patient care that is planned and supervised by a faculty member with expertise in a particular nursing area; one of the strengths of the program at St. Elizabeth is its clinical component that combines the theory learned in class with actual nursing practice allowing for immediate transfer and application of knowledge; offers evening/weekend nursing program in addition to weekday program; In 2007–2008, St. Elizabeth College of Nursing and SUNYIT announced a unique partnership: 1+2+1 program is for high school students who possess excellent academic achievement and can meet the rigorous admission requirements for the program. During the freshmen year, the general education requirements are completed at SUNYIT. In years two and three, the student will earn an associates degree while completing the nursing program at St. Elizabeth College of Nursing leading to RN license. The fourth and final year of the program returns the student to SUNYIT where a BS degree is earned (BSN); opportunity to earn two nursing degrees in four years; has graduated over 3,000 men and women; secon.edu
  • St. Francis Xavier College (Victoria) - one of the largest secondary schools located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, with campuses in Berwick, Victoria, Officer, Victoria, and Beaconsfield, Victoria
  • Saint Gregory the Great Seminary - Seward, Nebraska, Unites States; established 1998; named in honor of Saint Gregory the Great, who was born in Rome about 540 and died on March 12, 604; accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association; an approved institution of higher education in the State of Nebraska by the Coordinating Commission for Post-Secondary Education; member of the National Association of College Seminaries; stgregoryseminary.edu
  • St. Louise de Marillac School - Arabi, Louisiana
  • Saint Luke's College - Sioux City, Iowa, United States; private two-year nursing and health sciences college; stlukescollege.edu
  • Southeast Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences - Cape Girardeau, Missouri, United States; private not-for-profit institution of higher learning that specializes in the preparation of individuals for healthcare careers; the original Southeast Hospital School of Nursing opened in 1928; it focused on educating and training individuals for registered nursing; the school closed as a result of economic hardships during the Depression years; plans to re-open the hospital-based nursing program as an LPN to RN educational program began in 1990; in 1992, the Missouri State Board of Nursing awarded the school accreditation as a diploma program; the School of Nursing transitioned to the College of Nursing with approval being granted by the Missouri State Board of Nursing in 1995; in 2000, the name of the college was changed to Southeast Hospital College of Nursing & Health Sciences when a surgical technology program was opened; sehcollege.edu
  • South Florida Bible College and Seminary - Deerfield, Florida, United States; established 1985; has national, but not the more prestigious regional, accreditation; sfbc.edu
  • Southeast Technical Institute - Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States; vocational school; southeasttech.edu
  • Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf - established by the Board of Trustees of the Howard County Junior College District (HCJCD) on November 6, 1979; part of Howard College; howardcollege.edu/swcid
  • Summerhill West - Los Angeles, California, United States; free school in the 1960s; modeled after Summerhill School
  • Sunrise Residential Treatment Center-A residential treatment and boarding school for girls 13-17 with emotional and behavioral issues; (http://www.sunrisertc.com/)
  • Saint Clement School- Chicago, Illinois, United States; Saint Clement School is a private, coeducational, Catholic school located in Downtown Chicago, Illinois. The first classes for the school were held in September 1906, and in 1977 the school combined with the Saint Clement Church; www.stclementschool.org
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People[edit]

Research centers[edit]

Programs[edit]

A–E[edit]

  • Acellus - The Science of Learning. A online schooling program.
  • BrainHoney - learning management system
  • Classical-African studies - as compared to African-American studies
  • community-based instruction (community based instruction) - research-based practice to facilitate the transition to adult life for students with disabilities, is sustained and repeated elementary and secondary instruction that takes place in the community rather than in a school building; [413]
  • Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP) - established with a secretariat in Bergen in 1993 in order to promote social science research that theorises and provides understanding of poverty in a global context; wo institutional sponsors, the University of Bergen (UiB) and the International Social Science Council (ISSC); in 2009, the ISSC signed an agreement with UiB incorporating CROP into the university's academic and administrative environment; the CROP Secretariat has a scientific director and supporting scientific and administrative staff; responsibility for the general orientation of the scientific content of the programme falls primarily on the Scientific Committee (SC)
www.crop.org; [414]; [415]; [416]; [417]; [418]; [419]; Else Øyen; [420]; [421]; [422]; [423]; [424]; [425]; [426]; [427]; [428]; [429]; [430]; [431]; [432]; [433]; [434]; [435]; [436]; [437]; [438]; [439]
  • Cotutelle - Dual Ph.D. programs run through a French and a non-French tertiary institution?
  • DCCCD STEM Institute - organization founded by the Dallas County Community College District to support exceptional students pursuing STEM majors. Students are accepted to this organization after a rigorous and competitive application and reviewing process. The STEM Institute provides scholarships, faculty mentoring opportunities, and seminars to benefit its member students.) (http://www.foundation.dcccd.edu/stem-institute)
  • European Ph.D - offered by several universities throughout the EU

F–M[edit]

N–Z[edit]

  • NASA SHARP - summer-hire program for young adults ages 16–17 through NASA
  • NETS Program at UPENN - Singh Program in Networked and Social Systems Engineering; nets.upenn.edu
  • Nonfiction Writing Program at the University of Iowa - Like the University of Iowa's Writer's Workshop, the Nonfiction Writing Program is the top-ranked MFA program in the United States for its field, and many highly acclaimed, major award-winning authors have graduated from the program. See [444]. Website: [445]
  • OCTA Innovation - EU-funded programme in co-ordination with 20 Caribbean, Pacific and Atlantic islands' governments to foster innovation at the EU Overseas Countries and Territories. www.octa-innovation.eu
  • Open Learn Project - Open Courseware Initiative of the Open University UK
  • Portfolio Assessment - a collection of student work used to evaluate their progress
  • President's Educations Awards Program - Snuffles72 20:49, 2 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Project Cornerstone - A program through the YMCA which promotes asset building among school children through caring adults and reading in classrooms https://www.ymcasv.org/projectcornerstone/
  • school laptop program - see Oak-Land Jr. High School and [446]
  • Shuimu Scholarship Tsinghua university elite postgraduate scholarship program, choosing 100 Chinese PhD graduates from elite foreign universities to conduct research in their field at Tsinghua. (https://postdoctor.tsinghua.edu.cn/thu/index.htm)
  • SpellRead - highest-ranked intervention program for ELL and spec ed learners according to US govt. study - though with caveats (http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/interventionreport.aspx?sid=481)
  • Stages of Learning - arts education program that existed between 1994 and 2010 with a geographical focus on New York City. (Disclosure: I am the founder). Information: "Reflection and Inquiry in Stages of Learning Practice," Teaching Artist Journal (Routledge), 11:4,, 224-233; http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15411796.2013.815544#.U53OqJRdVrg ; “Boards of Education,” New York Post, July 11, 2004 at [447]; United States Patent and Trademark Office, Serial Numbers 78715890 (registration number 3150834) and 75459495 (registration number 2341842); Guidestar Reports including IRS 990 filings at [448]; "Committee Meeting Report - June 2010 Council Meeting Arts Education Program (AIE) - Panel Ratings and Recommendations", New York State Council on the Arts, p. 21 at [449]; "Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in Theater Grades PreK-12", NYC Department of Education, pii, at [450]; “Annual Arts in Schools Report 2008-2009,” NYC Department of Education at [451]; NYC Department of Education contract re: Serial No. #R0089 from the Office of the Arts and Special Programs, July 24, 2008 (copy of contract on file at NYC DOE; copy available from Floyd Rumohr ) ; “Learning that All The World’s A Stage” by Kathy Storfer, NYMetroParents at [452]; "Act of Learning", Go Brooklyn, June 24, 2002 (please note that the organization changed its legal name from “Chekhov Theatre Ensemble” to "Stages of Learning" in 2003 — please see "Certificate of Amendment" to Articles of Incorporation filed with the State of New York Department of State on November 26, 2003); Booth Ferris Foundation Awards $150,000 to Build Stages of Learning's Capacity" PR Newswire at [453]. Annual Reports and other archives published by the organization between 1994-2009 are available for review from Floyd Rumohr
  • Teach and Learn with Georgia - an EFL program similar to EPIK, JET, and other national EFL programs; [454]; [455]; [456]; [457]
  • Tuckwell Scholarships - undergraduate scholarship program worth up to AUS$100 000 and run by the Australian National University. It was founded in 2014 through the donation of $50 million by Graham and Louise Tuckwell, and in 2016 an additional $200 million was donated to the program. See the main website at <http://tuckwell.anu.edu.au/> and many online interviews and articles about it.
  • The Undergraduate Awards - international academic awards programme based in Ireland; undergraduate students' coursework is judged anonymously across a range of disciplines and successful entrants are brought to a summit in Dublin, Ireland and published in a journal; undergraduateawards.com
  • Washington Workshops - a study-in-Washington, DC, program for high school students; competitor of Presidential Classroom
  • Washington Network for Innovative Careers (WaNIC) - wanic.org
  • West Bengal State Council of Vocational Education & Training - wbscvet.org
  • Wright Living - see Wright Year of Transformation (http://wrightliving.com/programs/the-first-year-journey-year-of-more/ ) and Wright Graduate University ([54]). Wright Living is an institute and high-cost program founded by married professional couple Dr. Bob Wright and Dr. Judith Wright, and is located at 445 E. Ohio Street in Downtown Chicago, IL. The aim of Wright's methodology is in the realm of the popular life coaching trend in the helping field. Judith Sewell Wright's education in psychology and advanced degrees in counseling and education have proven substantial for her work coining the term "Soft Additions" in 1991; Wright and her subsequent theory on soft addictions in our lives. The Wright Living as an institution, however, takes the power couple on a very different path than expected from two professionals in the helping field. Wright advertises weekend trainings that cost nearly $2,000. These weekends have had stirred controversy over their strict guidelines and push on students to stay longer than they feel comfortable; [458]
  • Year Up - https://www.yearup.org

Other education topics[edit]

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Electronics[edit]

Components[edit]

Comment: possibly this is referring to conversion between logic families, see [489], but the requester has given no context.
  • turbolite - as mentioned at Texas Star, right before the marker for reference 8
  • VM "The Voice of Music" - old hi-fi/stereo; from Benton Harbor, Michigan; like Heathkit; old record players used in classrooms, etc.
  • VNITZ VEI - a high-voltage electric research centre near Moscow, Russia; it was thought to be abandoned, however, it is not and they actively set it off; [490]; [491] [492]

Concepts[edit]

  • internal photoelectric effect - an extension to the current photoelectric effect article. The current article only discusses the external effect where electrons leave the material. The internal photoelectric effect follows a similar principal but electrons are free within the material creating the internally flowing photo current seen in image sensors and communications photo diodes. References to include: "High Performance Silicon Imaging: Fundamentals and Applications of CMOS and CCD Image Sensors", Durini, 2014 and references therein.
  • normally-on (normally on) - transistors are considered "normally-on" or "normally-off" depending on their compositional traits. Though this definition is simple to understand, a full explanation of how exactly this is accomplished requires some expert detail. (See Field-Effect Transistor, enhancement mode or depletion mode)
  • Time Figure of Merit - Generally an aspect of precision GPS timing which takes Expected Time Error (ETE) and reports it as a TFOM value from 1 to 9, with 1 being the best, 9 being the least accurate expectation of precision.

Signal processing[edit]

Systems[edit]

* RGB/TTL - a graphical display interface, older than VGA and still used in embedded systems; [493]

Smartphones[edit]

Samsung[edit]

Samsung Galaxy J[edit]
Samsung Galaxy C[edit]
Samsung Galaxy On[edit]
Samsung Galaxy Core/Grand[edit]
Samsung Galaxy Xcover[edit]
Samsung Galaxy Ace[edit]
Samsung Galaxy R[edit]
Samsung Galaxy Y[edit]
Samsung Wawe[edit]
Samsung Omnia[edit]
Samsung Galaxy[edit]

Sony[edit]

Acer[edit]

Vivo[edit]


Xiaomi[edit]

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Engineering[edit]

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Fishing, fisheries, and aquaculture[edit]

Blue Circle Foods (Blue Circle Foods is a sustainable fish importer that supplies seafood products to the entire United States of America.) ([523] [524] [525] [526] [527] [528] [529])

Flags, coat of arms, logos and trademarks[edit]

Law[edit]

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Library science[edit]

(what about Libraries and the Semantic Web instead? There should be a little information for that, but this one would probably be WP:OR. Jodi.a.schneider (talk) 11:16, 5 December 2010 (UTC)

Institutions[edit]

no category at October 2016 (perhaps deleted?)

People[edit]

Medicine[edit]

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Northfield Foundry and Machine Company - northfieldwoodworking.com; virtually the only remaining original U.S. company still making heavy industrial classic (non-computerized) cast-iron woodworking machinery, of the many great companies that at one time were sought-after sources worldwide for woodworking machinery. As written in Vintage Machinery.org ([543]), "Northfield has been in business since 1920. They are one of the very few remaining makers of non-computerized, industrial-grade heavy iron. For example, their 8" jointer weighs 1150 lbs; their tablesaw weighs 1780 lbs."

Pharmacology[edit]

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Technology and tools[edit]

22:11, 8 April 2019 (UTC)22:11, 8 April 2019 (UTC)~~=== A–B ===

C[edit]

D–E[edit]

  • Data V Tech Solutions - Data V Tech Solutions is a Vietnamese company providing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) softwares. They are Epicor's authorized partner in Asia Pacific with two offices in Vietnam and Australia; (www.datavtech.com);
  • Deeponion - Deeponion is an anonymous cryptocurrency that is natively integrated with the tor network;

deeponion.org; [593]; [594]; [595]; [596]; [597]; [598]; [599]; [600]; [601]; [602]; [603]; [604]; [605];

F–G[edit]

  • Facenama - social networking site in Iran; facenama.com
  • Facom - French manufacturer of innovative and ergonomic automotive tools, now part of Stanley Black & Decker; its tools are sold worldwide; facom.com; [621]; [622]
  • Facsimile Phasing Call - a single-ring call (from or to a fax machine?) that triggers a callback
  • Falcongaze-data leak prevention solutions - solutions for data leak prevention and employees networking activities control and monitoring
  • Fastpctools Software - FastPCTools is a software development company, developing software like video converter, video downloader, browser cleaner for Windows. ; fastpctools.com
  • Feature Manipulation Engine - FME popular GIS software, a platform that streamlines the translation of spatial data between geometric and digital formats
  • Fickett-Jacobs cycle - thermodynamic cycle
  • Fitting (sailing) - the current article on coupling does not really address the use of these devices on sailing ships, though the concepts are very similar. At some point an article to make the distinction clearer would be very helpful.
  • FitYap.com - A web app for the fitness industry where you can find your way to fitness. Also has fitness specific scheduling tools, online payments, roster management, a social network, subbing tools, verified reviews and big data that meets the fitness industry.
  • FlashVOS - Virtualization technology innovator
  • Floor life - of a microchip
  • Flurry, Inc. - mobile application analytics provider
  • Flutter Shutter - hardware/software invention to decrease motion blur