For Modules 1-6, you will analyze and evaluate a Human Ecology Current Events article. The articles
must be published during the term that the course is taken. Write an analysis and evaluation of the article,
paying particular attention to the scientific accuracy of the material and focusing on how any problems
addressed in the article could have been avoided in the first place or lessons that can be learned and
used to create a healthy future human ecology. Be certain to provide a complete Web Address (and
citation) for the article in your post. Your Current Event Journal should be approximately 600 words in
After analyzing and evaluating 6 Current Events Articles for your Journal, write an approximately 600
word overview paper of all the articles you have evaluated. Tie the articles together with an overarching
theme such as:
What changes are needed in our human ecology to avoid these problems or to create a more
sustainable human-nature relationship?
If you aren’t confident enough to proofread your term paper, ask a friend, a parent, hire or even pay for a professional proofreading service to go through your text.
Aussie Suzuki, Biology Aussie Suzuki completed Bachelors in Pharmacology at the Kyushu University, Japan. I earned my Ph.D. in Genetics from National Institute of Genetics, Japan. Currently I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Biology in the laboratories of Dr. Ted Salmon and Dr. Kerry Bloom at UNC. My research at UNC, supported by Kazato research foundation, the Uehara memorial foundation, and JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science), revealed the blueprint of human kinetochore, which includes protein copy number and nm-resolution protein mapping, using quantitative and analytical light microscopy including super-resolution fluorescent microscopy we developed. In addition, to elucidate how kinetochore couples forces from microtubules and centromere stretch, we have developed FRET (fluorescent resonance energy transfer) bio-tension sensor in yeast, that allows to monitor tension at kinetochore in vivo with super-sensitivity.
Dan Dickenson, Biology Dan is a cell biologist who is broadly interested in the mechanisms by which protein molecules, and interactions between these molecules, determine cell behavior. Dan received his B.S. at Iowa State University and his Ph.D. at Stanford before coming to UNC in 2011. As a postdoc in Bob Goldstein’s lab, he has focused on cell polarity, a cell behavior that is important in animal development and often disrupted in cancer. He developed tools for studying cell polarity in living animal embryos, including approaches for genome editing and single-cell biochemistry. In his current work, supported by an NIGMS K99/R00 award, he is using these tools to study the molecular basis of polarization by a group of signaling proteins, known as the PAR system, which contribute to cell polarity in many animal cells.
Most newspapers use this type of descriptive recreation of events within their report writing they explain the circumstances of case, court proceeding, type of crime that occurred, etc.
Paper must include:
1. Your response to the above questions about the novel. The entire paper must be in the third person, so all commentary must not include an personal pronouns. The focus of your paper should the contemporary relevance of this classic novel. You must include a thesis statement that will address and answer the prompt above.
2. You should wirte two to three paragraphs exclusively about the novel, and then spend the remainder of the essay focusing on the questions. Be specific. Think of what Orwell was warning his readers about (hint: it’s not just government or power)
3. When I say be specific, I mean, Include various things we spend discussing in class: methods of control, Newspeak, Thought Crime rebellion, totalitarianism, etc.
4. You must include at least one outside source to be used in the body of your paper addressing the world of today. These sources can be news sources, current events, investigative reporting, etc. Please include the source(s) in a Works Cited page at the end of your paper.
The eighth edition of the MLA Handbook, while suitable for writers at all levels, is designed with teaching students in mind. It explains the principles behind citing sources, provides instruction on the MLA’s system of documenting sources, and offers detailed guidelines on the mechanics of scholarly prose. The handbook includes guidelines on plagiarism and academic dishonesty, tips on evaluating sources, and a worksheet for creating works-cited-list entries. The eighth edition’s system of documentation supersedes the guidelines set out in the seventh edition and in the .
The paper begins with an overview of the global warming debate, outlining the major controversies over whether or not global warming is actually occurring as well as the debate about the role of human activities in causing global warming.
The essay concludes that current battery-operated EV technology is best suited for niche markets while the best promise for the widespread application of ZEV technology will come from the development of fuel cell based electric vehicles.