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    • 1912, page 12

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    • 12 AGRICULTURE. The agricultural laboratory is supplied with all the essential apparatus for demonstration. A few pure bred animals are kept by the school for the educational work. They, will help to keep the Domestic Science department...
    • 1910, page 12

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    • 12 LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. The library consists of more than 3,500 volumes of standard works in literature, history, pedagogy, science, commerce, and business law. The best American magazines and journals, and the leading newspapers of...
    • 1911, page 12

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    • 12 with shutters to the windows, so that class work requiring darkness may be carried on during the daytime. MUSEUM. Collections are being made of Indian relics, minerals, plants and animals. The design is to build up a museum that...
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    • 14 VITA name. Most Universities run their VITA programs through their accounting offices by students as a fully-functioning nonprofit office (Hulsart, 2007, 48-50). VITA is a successful service-learning program because it provides tax information...
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    • 1986. Unanimous. (Water rate in 1968 was $8 per quarter, or $2.67 per month. Water rate is now 6 times higher. ) Motion to amend the Sewer Ordinance to put into effect a 33% increase, from $4.50 to $6 per month. Also, a motion was made setting the...
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    • 26 Three Score and Ten i ~Retrospect l United States Attorney and the Attorney General, Homer Cummings, appointed me as Dan's assistant. Dan later asked me why I did not come back to see him between the time 1 first approached him concerning the...
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    • 30 When schools embarked on a school garden project, many considerations were made. Educators thought about the location of the garden, acquired administrative approval and worked with the facility management staff. Surveys of the land...
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    • 42 Austrian Communication Effectiveness Grid. The next phase in analyzing the data included formulating the Communication Effectiveness Grid (CEG). The information for this grid was taken from the results of survey question 15. This question asked...
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    • 65 The three primary research topics serving as the basis for this study were: (1) information sources that had the most influential effect on tourists‘ decision to travel, (2) images most commonly associated with Austria, and (3) major travel...
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    • 67 Austrian Communication Effectiveness Grid. The completed Communication Effectiveness Grid shown in Figure 4 illustrated what information sources were most important when making travel decisions. Respondents indicated five information sources...
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    • 90 spokesperson/celebrity; (4) press conference/press release; (5) outdoor advertising; (6) familiarization or journalist/press tours; (7) broadcast advertising; (8) social or work colleagues in Austrian embassy or consulate; (9) direct mail; and...
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    • 91 friends; (2) Austrian acquaintances; (3) travel programs on Austria; (4) books on Austria; and (5) Internet/email. Although many of the information sources were considered helpful in making a travel decision, sources such as telemarketing and...
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    • 92 those specific experiences but will also know what lesser-known or new attractions to promote. Research topic 3 What are the major travel motives for tourists? Based on the results of the frequency analysis, the most important travel motives...
    • Learning by doing: an event internship at the Cedar City offices

    • Internship programs; Special events--Marketing; Advertising--Research; Communication in organizations; Associations, institutions, etc.
    • A capstone internship portfolio presented to the faculty of the Communication Department at Southern Utah University in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Master of Art in Professional Communication.
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    • Abstract Starting in January of 2012, I worked as an event intern for the Event Director, Byron Linford, at the Cedar City Offices. With direction and guidance from Byron, my main task was to plan and execute the final dinner for the Society of...
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    • actions and making decisions for the organization. “Stakeholder theory…provide(s) direction in developing practical implications for…communication” (Ulmer, 2001, p. 591). Stakeholder theory is so applicable to my internship at the city...

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