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1. A Case for Outdoor Education [2016] Online

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Outdoor Learning (OL) and Outdoor Adventure Education (OAE) provide a learning environment conducive for improving self-esteem, teaching interpersonal personal skills, creating an environmentally aware community, and serve as an experiential learning technique for underprivileged children. Even though OL and OAE can be costly, the benefits are clear and private and public funding for these programs must increase.

2. A Crisis in Flint [2016] Online

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The ongoing water crisis in the Flint, Michigan can be directly attributed to poor decision-making by the government. The public’s health and safety was not taken much into account. This paper argues for the need of increased careful consideration of public health in the decision-making process.
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Sixty-eight percent of Americans are overweight or obese. Health has become a luxury in this country, when it should be a fundamental human right. If the American people remain passive on this epidemic, the health of America will continue to rapidly decline.

4. Army medicine [2016 - ]

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1 online resource (volumes) : color illustrations
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The extremities of students focusing too much on studying or too much on athletics has caused high school performance to decline across the country; therefore, it is necessary to address and more fully understand the effect of participating in athletics on academics to best help students and the future of the country.
Compare programs, find detailed degree requirements, discover faculty research specialties, and learn more about the academic opportunities available at UC Berkeley.
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1 videodisc (89 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Media & Microtext Center
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Design thinking, a deliberate process meant to foster creative and overall confidence, has been applied to numerous social issues. The method, however, has yet to be used to explore the lack of women in STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Math) fields, resulting from systemic sexism and lack of female confidence. This paper identifies design thinking as an implementable solution to increase women’s confidence as a way to help bridge the gender gap between men and women in STEM.
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This paper explores the spatial concentration of crime rates in Chicago neighborhoods and how community centers play a role in crime prevention. The effects of community centers include a psychological, professional and spatial benefit for the neighborhoods they correspond. With this increase in social control over the neighborhood, this paper argues that an increase in community centers can help reduce high crime rates both directly and indirectly.

10. CIO.gov.

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1 online resource
This web site of the U.S. Chief Information Officer and the Federal CIO Council aims to serve as a central resource for information on Federal information technology (IT). CIO.gov features examples of information technology (IT) innovation, identification of best IT practices, a forum for Federal IT leaders, accessibility webinars, an IT policy library, and a blog with contributions by CIO officers of executive and legislative agencies.
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1 online resource (204 unnumbered pages) : illustrations
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102 flash cards : color ; case 11 x 18 x 3 cm
Green Library
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1 online resource (204 unnumbered pages) : illustrations
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102 flash cards : color ; case 11 x 18 x 3 cm
Green Library
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1 online resource
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) produces independent analyses of budgetary and economic issues to support the Congressional budget process at various points in the legislative process. CBO products include baseline budget and economic projections, long-term budget projections, cost estimates, analytic reports, analysis of the President's budget, analysis of Federal mandates, monthly budget reviews, compilations of unauthorized and expiring appropriations, and more. On its site, CBO reports are searchable by topics, publication type, and Congressional session. CBO cost estimates are searchable by Congressional session, Congressional Committee, and topic.
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The polarized rhetoric surrounding the Crimean Annexation makes compromise amid past discourse impossible, which has led to a stagnation of dialogue and drawn out sanctions against Russia. The global econo-political divide that has formed along trade-lines, an unintended consequence of sanctioning, should be of concern to all parties, as a major power conflict could easily arise from a divided international system.
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This paper investigates gentrification in the Mission District of San Francisco. It makes a distinction between supply- and demand-side gentrification and examines the causes and effects of each individually. Finally, it proposes a plan of action for the San Francisco city government to balance the city’s cultural and economic interests.

18. Data queries [digital] [2016 - ]

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online resource (website)
Access to public health data through interactive queries of data resources, such as EPICenter, Vital Statistics Query System (VSQS), California Environmental Health Tracking Program Data Queries, Cancer Data Query Systems (CDQS), and C-STATS.
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Database of experimentally observed protein-protein interactions
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online resource (database)
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