College & University

History of Texas A&M University
By Josiah Eloy · 1 month ago
Texas A&M International University is a member of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, and American Council on Education. Texas A&M University includes campuses at Commerce ...
Essay: Brain Genesis and the Frontal Cortex : An Approach/Avoidance Model
By Robert Depaolo · 1 week ago
Abstract This article discusses the structure, function and systemic nature of brain evolution, as a mechanism operating on two levels: one devoted to address the demands of the external environment, the other to maintaining internal ...
Campus Involvement on College Campuses
By Mackenzie T. Leeser · 4 weeks ago
In college there are many different things you can do to be involved on your campus. Some of these concepts could include greek life, campus activity boards, dance marathon, relay for life, and more. Coming ...
Piscean Depression: A Clinical/Remedial Concept
By Robert Depaolo · 1 month ago
Piscean Depression: A Clinical/Remedial Concept Abstract This article discusses a type of depression pertinent to high activity/high achiever personality types. The clinical picture discussed is of individuals who must (by analogy to an ocean dweller ...
Murder, Narcissism, and the Limbic Ring: The Neurology of The Serial Killer
By Robert Depaolo · 3 months ago
Abstract This article offers the opinion that serial killers are driven by neuro-behavioral drives that might be coupled with socio-intrapersonal dynamics but in and of themselves are too strong, the killer too unable to describe ...
Reliable Nursing Assignment Help At An Affordable Price
By John Wilier · 3 months ago
Nursing is one of the honorable occupations in the world since it saves lives. Students in this topic must be attentive and meticulous to complete their studies, and nursing assignment writing is an important part ...
10 Studying Life Hacks to Help You Work Smarter This Semester
By Andrew James · 3 months ago
Studying is something that lots of college students just absolutely hate doing. It’s also essential for performing well in school, so you can’t avoid it altogether if you want to pass your classes. Just know ...
How Do You Find the Perfect College for You?
By Andrew James · 3 months ago
These days there is more pressure than ever to make the right choice for college. At times this decision can feel overwhelming but it’s important to remember that every graduating high school student who is ...
5 College Homework Management Tips
By Andrew James · 3 months ago
If you’re a college student struggling to get your homework done, you’re not alone. It can be hard to manage your homework with everything else you have going on. According to some estimates, students should ...
How Do I Improve My Grad School Application?
By Andrew James · 3 months ago
Graduate school applications are trending upwards and have been for many years. With all this pressure to get into the right school, how can you ensure that your application stands out from the thousands of ...
5 College Homework Hacks
By Andrew James · 3 months ago
These days there are so many distractions that pull students away from doing a good job on homework. But homework is a key element to success in any college course, and oftentimes your grade depends ...
Bundy and Oswald:
By Robert Depaolo · 4 months ago
Bundy and Oswald: Murder, Psychopathology, and the Compensation Dynamic By Robert DePaolo Abstract This article discusses psychological factors behind the acts of two of the most notorious killers in American history: Theodore Robert Bundy and ...
The Arrival of a New Tribe: An alternative interpretation of the Spanish Conquest of Mexico
By Alessio Pimpinelli · 5 months ago
Introduction Geertz (1973, 101) argued that narratives are essentially symbolic texts which should be ‘interpreted’ rather than read. In analysing the primary sources related to the Spanish Conquest of Mexico I have noticed that it ...
American Violence; A Two-Pronged Remedial Approach
By Robert Depaolo · 6 months ago
American Violence: A Two-Pronged Approach to Remediation In the aftermath of recent shootings in Texas, Buffalo and Oklahoma - which incidentally comprise a heinous, but the mere proportion of murders in the USA, the usual ...
The Mystery of Intelligence: Organic and Inorganic Foundations
By Robert Depaolo · 7 months ago
Abstract This article discusses a possible aspect of the natural world that transcends the functions of brain and mind, facilitates decision making and intelligent behavior and operates according to electro-information principles. At the root of ...
Tertiary Education Institutions Where Engineering and Technology are Taught in Nigeria
By Peter · 9 months ago
There are many tertiary education institutions in Nigeria. They are the types as you could find at many other places around the world. While some of this institutions are broad in the varieties of training ...
The Three Mechanical Engineering Options at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
By Peter · 9 months ago
Mechanical Engineering is a popular discipline, it is one of the commonly offered engineering programme at higher education institution: be it at university, polytechnic or at some other vocational or technical education institutions. The engineering ...
The Different Qualifications Awarded By The Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing University of Coventry
By Peter · 9 months ago
Coventry University, England, is one of the highly rated universites in the world and one of the oldest in UK having it origin traces back to 1843. On the world scene the university is always ...
Behind The Curtains
By Shahed Alsayed Ahmad · 8 months ago
Have you ever wondered how makeup companies test their products before introducing them to the market? After reading, you will question yourself about every item you buy. Disappointed, many worldwide products are tested on animals. ...
Tutoring Online Must Continue - A Tutoring Coordinator's Perspective as a Tutor
By Nicolas Quintana · 9 months ago
Seeing all the little faces in my classroom while in South Korea made me realize I wanted to be in education. After returning to the United States in 2008, I started my master’s degree in ...