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Professional And Technical Writing In The High School Setting, Kristy C. Bennett Jan 2018

Professional And Technical Writing In The High School Setting, Kristy C. Bennett

Masters Theses

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Branding & Style Guides: Editing For Usability (A Project For Lake Land College), Baylor D. Gardner Jan 2018

Branding & Style Guides: Editing For Usability (A Project For Lake Land College), Baylor D. Gardner

Masters Theses

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Internship With The Public Affairs Office, Illinois Arts Council, Ann Adele Dunn Jan 1981

Internship With The Public Affairs Office, Illinois Arts Council, Ann Adele Dunn

Masters Theses

This paper reports on anticipated and actual experiences of an internship with the Public Affairs Office of the Illinois Arts Council. The internship, accompanied by this paper, was chosen in lieu of the traditional thesis to culminate the Master of Arts in Related Arts degree. In addition to the description, the paper includes a proposal for the internship, a daily log of internship activities, an appendix of the writings accomplished during the internship, and recommendations. The paper is 70 pages in length.

Being the first Related Arts graduate student to serve such an internship, it was inevitable that certain discrepancies ...


Writing A Grant Proposal For Funding By The Title Iv, Part C Of The Elementary And Secondary Education Act, Elizabeth L. Smith Jan 1979

Writing A Grant Proposal For Funding By The Title Iv, Part C Of The Elementary And Secondary Education Act, Elizabeth L. Smith

Masters Theses

STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

This paper deals with the problem of developing and writing a grant proposal following the Title IV, Elementary and Secondary Education Act guidelines.

PROCEDURE

The writer explains the procedure she followed to develop her idea into the final project proposal that was submitted to the Title IV, ESEA office. Included in this narrative are: an explanation of how the proper funding was located, the development of the project, a copy of the evaluation process used by the Title IV office to determine which projects are funded, and copies of theĀ·final evaluations of the project proposal.

CONCLUSIONS ...