academic probation explanation

Name Instructor Course Date Academic probation explanation Dear Sir, RE: RE-ADMISSION TO THE GSU CLASS I take the opportunity to express my regrets as I request for a readmission to the GSU. I don't take this request for granted because my initial decision was a big hindrance to achieving my dream. Things had to happen this way because I had not taken my stand of my decisions and I included my father in most of my decisions. My main aim of this letter is to explain the reason that led to me dropping out of the school before accomplishing the GSU training. Parents are very influential people in lives of their children. I would not blame my parents that much, however, my dad to be specific,...

COVER LETTER FOR INTERNSHIP INTO WHO {PUBLIC HEALTH)

University of California 1166 High Street Santa Cruz, CA 94054 To, The Human Resource Director, World Health Organization, Avenue Appia 21 1211 Geneva 26 Switzerland Dear Sir/ Madam RE: APPLICATION FOR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM I at this moment apply as a Summer Public Health intern at WHO by the requirement outlined under the procedures of WHO internship programs (1). I am presently a fourth-year student undertaking a bachelor's degree course in public health at the University of California. As part of my coursework, I have covered some core public health units and financial management accounting. My goal after graduation is to acquire a fellowship in center healthcare administration. I trust the...

Health Care

Marlise Munoz, an American woman, 33 years old fell in her kitchen in November 2013 with a clot in her lungs which left her brain dead. After being put on life support with no chance of survival, her family was resigned to letting her go but the hospital was not allowed by law of the state of Texas to let her die since she was pregnant. The state made an ethical law in 1999 that a mother who is brain dead with a fetus is to be kept on life support for as long as possible while the ethical medical law and the family view it as unethical. The family of the brain dead ‘patient' will be most affected by this as they will be forced to see their beloved one on life support but with no chance of ever...

Contrast the eternal values of pagan culture(heroism) in Gilgamesh vs. the internal values as seen in the “Sermon on the Mount” in Matthew (NT).

Name Instructor Course Date Contrast the eternal values of pagan culture in Gilgamesh vs. the internal values as seen in the "sermon on the mountain." Paganism is a syndicate of people who are in a religion and have a common belief based on traditions and reverence in the natural. Hinduism is one example. Hinduism has no founder, not even the scripture to base their belief on or argue out. Sermon on the mountains had a set of characters and behavior that was right before God (Charles 67). The information meant that humans had to trust and follow the teachings of Jesus Christ about the Kingdom of God. The pagans believe in the natural world and embrace what situations and life bring across their...

Support Letter for Winning a Multi-unit Listing

I am an experienced real estate practitioner. I offer exemplary accommodation services that are essential for the tenants. Currently, my company is M Squared Real Estate. M Squared is concerned with selling, buying, and managing real estates (M Squared Real Estates 1). My company specializes in management, marketing, renovation, and brokerage. Due to our quality of services and exemplary performance, we have attained award winning, technology offerings such as listing 360 and becoming a social agent. We offer proficient services that give us competitive advantage in the property market. The services that I offer include staging, design, renovation and marketing using the proprietary new media....

Religious Beliefs caused the demise of Kingship

Name: Instructor’s name: Course: Date: Religious Beliefs Caused the Demise of KingshipThe concepts of religion and kingship are important in understanding the development of civilization. In the olden days, the king used to be viewed as a divine being; for his people, he was the manifestation or agent of the holy. Different communities around the world had their unique ways of selecting their chiefs and ensuring that the royal lineage transitions smoothly. As the people’s religious beliefs grew, the “sacred kingship” steadily declined. As the decades went by, the kings slowly lost their exalted position with the people. Their subjects then started to view them as leaders appointed by...

Rumor of War by Phillip Caputo

RUMOR OF WAR BY PHILIP J. CAPUTO Name Course Date Rumor of War by Phillip Caputo The novel, A rumor of war, brings into light the story of a naive young man, Philip J. Caputo, who joined the Marine Corps to participate in the Vietnam War. Since he was a Loyola University graduate, he was ranked as a lieutenant, and thus, was sent to serve in Danang in the March of 1965, with the first ground fighting unit in Vietnam. When Caputo left the U.S.A, he was still a youth who had a lot of illusions about the war that had been instilled by the idealistic American leaders about America’s supremacy and how it had never lost a war. The title of the book, A Rumor of War, is based on these illusions,...

Examine how the two religions affected law, social practices and culture and choose the one you believe had the greatest influence.

Judaism and its Influence in Society At a first glance, Judaism seems like old religion, but it manages to stay current and up to date with today’s world. Consequently, In the world the direct influence of Christianism is regarded as being one of the first monotheist faiths, Judaism ethics and cultural traits have merged with Western culture, providing it with a moral compass and a set of beliefs to function accordingly in the world. Hence, Judaism holds a great influence in society by the following items: Respect for life, Peace ethics, justice and family. Concerning their respect for life, Jews consider all lives ought to be recognized as they are holy, and the purpose of Judaism...

Reflection of Colonial Societies

Name: Institution: Course: Date: I would have preferred most to live in the British Northern Colonies. This is so since they granted some form of independence in the systems of governance that they were more committed to using. They were allowed to appoint their leaders through a popular vote; this did not mean that the British were powerless to them, but then they only opted to have some form of indirect rule in the society. Unlike in other societies, here the British operated through the local leaders to rule the whole society; they allowed the locals to vote for their leaders whom they would use as the representatives of societies. I would gladly prefer to live in this society because they...

Economic Inequality Problem in America

Name: Professor: Course: Date: Economic Inequality Problem in America The views by Joseph Stiglitz in his book “American Dream is a Myth” that American dream of achieving economic equality among all the people, the U.S. citizens, and providing equal opportunities for the rich and the poor alike are now no longer a dream but rather a myth is what changed my view about the world. On 23rd April 2015, I watched Joseph Stiglitz on the CBS news as he tried to explain his assertion and that too had the impact of changing my view. His view never changed my view about the world immediately but rather after conducting a self-reflection so as to understand some sense out of what Joseph...