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Stanford University

An Architectural Tour

Author: Richard Joncas,David Neuman,Paul Venable Turner

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781568985381

Category: Architecture

Page: 191

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With the many additions to the campus of Stanford University since the publication of our book, including the Frances Arrillaga Alumni Center by Hoover Associates / The SWA Group, the James H. Clark Center for Bio Sciences & Bio Engineering by Foster and Partners / Peter Walker and Partners, and the Carnegie Institution by Esherik Homsey Dodge and Davis, it is time for a revised edition of our guide. The original 1891 campus, conceived by Frederick Law Olmsted and executed by architects Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge, balances architecture, landscapes, and the natural surroundings in a composition of classic formal beauty. Stanford is a model of university design, from the nineteenth- century Memorial Court and Main Quad to twentieth-century buildings and restorations that respect the historic campus while contributing to modern design. This revised edition features 16 new pages on the additions to the campus and many updated entries with new photography.

The Campus Guide

Yale University

Author: Patrick Pinnell

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781568981673

Category: Education

Page: 191

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The Campus Guide: Yale University offers an insider's view of the most historic and interesting buildings on campus and around New Haven, from Connecticut Hall to Ingalls Hockey Rink - fondly known as the "Yale Whale." Written by architect and photographer Patrick L. Pinnell, Yale University features over 85 buildings that are rich in architectural and historical significance - from Dwight Hall, Harkness Tower, Sterling Library, and the Divinity School, to the Museum of British Art, the Medical Campus, Hillhouse Avenue, Yale Bowl, and Giamatti Bench.

The Insider's Guide to the Colleges, 2004

Students on Campus Tell You What You Really Want to Know, 30th Edition

Author: Yale Daily News,Yale Daily News Staff

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9780312316181

Category: Education

Page: 992

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College students discuss what colleges are really like, including grades, sports, social life, alcohol policies, gender relations, admissions, and classes

Princeton

America's Campus

Author: William Barksdale Maynard

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 0271050853

Category: History

Page: 296

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"Explores the architectural and cultural history of Princeton University from 1750 to the present. Includes 150 historical illustrations"--Provided by publisher.

The Campus Guide

Harvard University

Author: Douglas Shand-Tucci,Richard Cheek

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781568982809

Category: Architecture

Page: 344

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The newest titles in the Princeton Architectural Press Campus Guide series take readers on an insider's tour of Harvard University and the University of Cincinnati. Beautifully photographed in full color, the guides present architectural walks of two American campuses distinguished by landmark buildings-Harvard revealing stories of ivy-clad historic buildings and Cincinnati showcasing its major contemporary works of art, architecture, and landscape. One of the most prestigious universities in the world, Harvard is steeped in tradition and famous for its unique American Colonial campus which dates back to 1636. It features pre-Revolutionary, colonial, and classical buildings as well as more recent designs by Jose Luis Sert, LeCorbusier, and Walter Gropius.

Students' Guide to Colleges

The Definitive Guide to America's Top 100 Schools Written by the Real Experts - the Students who Attend Them

Author: Jordan Goldman,Colleen Buyers

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780143035589

Category: Reference

Page: 623

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A guide to one hundred of America's top schools features descriptions written by attending undergrads from various walks of life, along with vital statistics and requirements for each school and information on the student body, academics, social life, and

Brown University

Author: Raymond P. Rhinehart

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781616890735

Category: Travel

Page: 288

View: 1902

Founded in 1764 as the College of Rhode Island in the town of Warren, Brown University was the seventh in a series of Colonial higher-learning institutions that now make up the Ivy League. The university moved to its current location overlooking Providence on College Hill in 1770 and was renamed in 1804 in recognition of a $5,000 gift from prominent businessman and alumnus Nicholas Brown. Today, the Brown campus, consisting of 235 buildings on 143 acres, is a tapestry of American architectural styles from pre-Colonial to modern. In Brown University, the newest volume in our acclaimed Campus Guide series, Raymond P. Rhinehart (class of '62) takes readers on nine architectural walks to more than one hundred campus landmarks—from the red-bricked University Hall (1770) to the state-of-the-art Warren Alpert Medical School (2001). With students, alumni, and visitors in mind, the guide showcases the role that Brown has played in the history of campus architecture and the developing urban fabric of Providence.

The Insider's Guide to the Colleges

Author: Yale Daily News

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Study Aids

Page: 944

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Now in its 27th year, The Insider's Guide to the Colleges is an intelligent, sometimes irreverent compilation of student-written articles about every aspect of college life, from cafeteria food to academics to the campus social scene. While other guide books offer dry descriptions of college life, The lnsider's Guide to the Colleges gives prospective college applicants the un-hyped, all-encompassing portrait of life on campus from the student's perspective. It features: -- Full coverage of more than 300 schools in all 50 states and Canada, with emphasis on academic programs, faculty, housing and food, extracurriculars, dating and more -- Up-to-date statistics on everything from tuition to male/female ratio -- A helpful "College Finder" which lets students zero in on the right schools for them -- Advice on choosing a college, getting in, and paying for it. -- A lively "FYI" section at the end of each entry that captures the essence of each school and the students who go there.

Princeton University and Neighboring Institutions

An Architectural Tour

Author: Robert Spencer Barnett

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781616892340

Category: Architecture

Page: 352

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Since the first edition of Princeton University: The Campus Guide in 1999, the investment of more than two billion dollars of capital in more than forty-eight projects has dramatically altered the face of one of America's most beautiful campuses. Contemporary buildings by Allan Greenberg, Schwartz/Silver, Pei Cobb Freed, Tod Williams Billie Tsien, Hopkins Associates, Gehry Partners, and Rafael Viñoly complement major connective landscapes by Beyer Blinder Belle, Michael Von Valkenburgh Associates, Robert Zion, and others. This edition introduces three new campus walks showcasing this new work and the Princeton University Museum of Art, with a tour of the collection by the director; campus art featuring fortyfive pieces by Alexander Calder, Henry Moore, Richard Serra, and others; and the Natural Sciences Neighborhood, a major university initiative over the past fifteen years. The Guide is also expanded to include tours of other nearby institutions, including the Institute for Advanced Study and the Princeton Theological Seminary. A preface by President Shirley M. Tilghman (2001–2013) and an introduction by university architect Ron McCoy set the stage for the Princeton campus in the twenty-first century.

Campus Confidential

The Complete Guide to the College Experience by Students for Students

Author: Robert H. Miller

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN: 9780787978556

Category: Education

Page: 528

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Campus Confidential is the ultimate insider’s guide to surviving and thriving in college. Written in a friendly, conversational style, Campus Confidential offers a comprehensive, chronological treatment of the college experience by the author, a Yale graduate, and a blue-ribbon panel of fourteen diverse “mentors” from colleges and universities around the country. But this is not just another fluff-filled freshman handbook. Campus Confidential is the complete guide to the college experience—providing solid, road-tested advice for every stage of the process, from high school students getting ready to apply, to college seniors looking for jobs or applying to graduate school, and everything in between.

Lisa Birnbach's New and Improved College Book

Author: Lisa Birnbach,Annette Geldzahler

Publisher: Touchstone

ISBN: N.A

Category: Education

Page: 681

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A guide to life on and off the college campus includes insights into college slang, town atmosphere, facts for minorities, shopping, courses, and other aspects

Choosing the Right College 2014–15

The Inside Scoop on Elite Schools and Outstanding Lesser-Known Institutions

Author: John Zmirak

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 148049299X

Category: Education

Page: 992

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“By far the best college guide, for both its honesty and its insights.” —Thomas Sowell Over the past decade, Choosing the Right College has established itself as the indispensable resource for students—and parents—who want the unvarnished truth about America’s top colleges and universities. It is the most in-depth, independently researched college guide on the market, using on-campus sources to turn up the best—and worst—aspects of nearly 150 schools. Just as important, Choosing the Right College covers the intellectual, political, and social conditions that really matter, including: · The integrity and rigor of the curriculum · Which courses and professors to take—and which to avoid · The prevalence of politics in the classroom and the state of free speech—all highlighted with ISI’s unique “traffic light” · Living arrangements, safety, and other keys to student life · How to get a real education at any school Beyond all that, this brand-new edition of Choosing the Right College features a host of innovations, including: “So You’re Looking For...,” top-five lists of colleges for all types of students; a quick list of each school’s strengths and weaknesses; an insider’s look at the pros and cons of online education; and more. This new edition of Choosing the Right College also provides the financial information families need in this age of soaring tuition. What are the most overpriced colleges—and which are relatively good values? What is the average student-debt load? To cap it all off, Choosing the Right College introduces the groundbreaking feature “Blue Collar Ivies”—in-depth reports on the best affordable colleges in all fifty states. Choosing the Right College 2014–15 will completely change the way young people make a life-altering decision.

The Parent's Guide to College for Students on the Autism Spectrum

Author: Lorraine E. Wolf,Jane Thierfeld- Brown,Lisa King,G. Ruth Kukiela Bork

Publisher: AAPC Publishing

ISBN: 9781934575895

Category: Education

Page: 209

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Sending a son or daughter off to college is daunting and fear-provoking experience for most parents, but if your child has an autism spectrum disorder, the challenge is magnified many times over. Even high-functioning students with excellent academic preparation face difficulties in higher education, primarily related to communication, social skills, and sensory-based issues. For many, the accommodations and special interventions that supported them in high school will no longer be available on a college campus. This parent-friendly book, made especially so because it is written by parents, who also are autism professionals, takes the fear and mystery out of the college experience. Learn how to select the right campus, how to work with Disability Services staff, what legal protections apply, how to prepare your son or daughter to be an effective self-advocate on campus, what assistance can be reasonably be expected from residence hall managers, faculty, and much, much more.

MIT

An Architectural Tour

Author: Douglass Shand-Tucci

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 1616894997

Category: Architecture

Page: 400

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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was founded in 1861 as the cornerstone of Copley Square in Boston's Back Bay, then the center of a progressive, proto-globalist Brahmin culture committed to intellectual modernism and educational innovation. MIT founder William Barton Rogers's radical vision to teach by "mind and hand" was immediately successful. In 1916 MIT, growing by leaps and bounds, moved its campus to the nearby Charles River Basin in Cambridge, where it now stretches along the shore overlooking the Back Bay. MIT: The Campus Guide presents the history of the Institute's founding and its two campuses. Today, the campus is studded with buildings designed by noted architects such as William Welles Bosworth, Alvar Aalto, Eero Saarinen, I. M. Pei, Steven Holl, Charles Correa, J. Meejin Yoon, Frank Gehry, and Fumihiko Maki, among others. Alongside the architecture is a distinguished array of public art including works by Picasso, Henry Moore, Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson, Frank Stella, Sol LeWitt, and Jaume Plensa.

Helping College Students Find Purpose

The Campus Guide to Meaning-Making

Author: Robert J. Nash,Michele C. Murray

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470557181

Category: Education

Page: 352

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Praise for Helping College Students Find Purpose "A generous and inspiring book! In the spirit of 'convocation,'Nash and Murray call together both university faculty and studentaffairs professionals to provide them new means for helping morecollege students realize the highest purpose of highereducation—that, in pursuing the means to make a living, onecomes to make a meaning worth living for." —Robert Kegan, William and Miriam Meehan Professor ofAdult Learning and Professional Development, Harvard University "Educators across campuses—faculty and administratorsalike—will find in this book not only the importance ofhelping their students construct meaning upon which to base theiracademic and life ambitions, but also practical suggestions fordoing so. Ultimately, those who will benefit most from this bookare students whose education inside and outside the classroom isinformed by the type of cross-campus, interdisciplinary approach tomeaning-making put forth by the authors." —Gwendolyn Jordan Dungy, executive director,NASPA—Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education "This comprehensive compendium is a must-read for any highereducation professional interested in responding to students'ubiquitous concerns about existential issues concerning purpose andmeaning. It brings together classical and contemporary thought,conceptual depth, and concrete suggestions for practice. Thisscholarship is enriched and enlivened by the authors' personalperspectives and experiences, and by student voices and vignettes.Buy it and keep it handy as a source of wisdom and goodcounsel." —Arthur W. Chickering, coauthor, EncouragingAuthenticity and Spirituality in Higher Education andEducation and Identity "A thoughtful, provocative, moving, yet practical guide for anyteacher seeking to make the college classroom a space forinspiration and hope." —Ruth Behar, professor of anthropology, University ofMichigan; MacArthur Genius Award winner; and author, TheVulnerable Observer: Anthropology That Breaks Your Heart

The Craft of Research, Third Edition

Author: Wayne C. Booth,Gregory G. Colomb,Joseph M. Williams

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226062643

Category: Reference

Page: 336

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With more than 400,000 copies now in print, The Craft of Research is the unrivaled resource for researchers at every level, from first-year undergraduates to research reporters at corporations and government offices. Seasoned researchers and educators Gregory G. Colomb and Joseph M. Williams present an updated third edition of their classic handbook, whose first and second editions were written in collaboration with the late Wayne C. Booth. The Craft of Research explains how to build an argument that motivates readers to accept a claim; how to anticipate the reservations of readers and to respond to them appropriately; and how to create introductions and conclusions that answer that most demanding question, “So what?” The third edition includes an expanded discussion of the essential early stages of a research task: planning and drafting a paper. The authors have revised and fully updated their section on electronic research, emphasizing the need to distinguish between trustworthy sources (such as those found in libraries) and less reliable sources found with a quick Web search. A chapter on warrants has also been thoroughly reviewed to make this difficult subject easier for researchers Throughout, the authors have preserved the amiable tone, the reliable voice, and the sense of directness that have made this book indispensable for anyone undertaking a research project.

Dartmouth College

an architectural tour

Author: Scott Meacham

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 9781568983486

Category: Architecture

Page: 249

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Organized as a series of walks through the distinct neighborhoods of Dartmouth College and parts of the surrounding town of Hanover, New Hampshire, The Campus Guide: Dartmouth College provides an intimate view of one of the most unique and picturesque Ivy League campuses. It contains a comprehensive illustration of today's campus and charts its historic evolution from a small school in the wilderness to the last college granted a Royal charter before the Revolution. Dartmouth College is architecturally distinguished by such unique features as its central Green, which dates from the days when the college considered itself a town in its own right. Comprised primarily of clean, classical, and simple buildings by turn-of-the-century architects like Jens Frederick Larson and Charles Alonzo Rich, Dartmouth’s campus also boasts impressive modern buildings by Gwathmey Siegel; Robert A.M; Stern, KieranTimberlake Associates; and Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates. This extensively illustrated guide explores how these beautiful and historical buildings have helped to shape the Dartmouth identity. Author Scott Meacham explains the historically productive tension between the ideals of college and university and how it affects the scale and character of the campus, the ninth oldest in the U.S.

A Guide to Historic New Haven, Connecticut

Author: Colin M. Caplan

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1625844085

Category: Photography

Page: 192

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Author Colin M. Caplan is a native of New Haven and an active member of the local architecture and preservation community. He founded Magrisso Forte, a design-based consulting firm dedicated to fostering awareness of New Haven's cultural resources. This book details eighteen walks and nine guided driving/biking tours around the city.

Fighting Cancer with Knowledge and Hope

A Guide for Patients, Families, and Health Care Providers, Second Edition

Author: Richard C. Frank

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 030019093X

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 320

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"A complete guide to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, with up-to-date information for cancer patients and their loved ones" --

Waking Up Dry

A Guide to Help Children Overcome Bedwetting

Author: Howard J. Bennett

Publisher: Amer Academy of Pediatrics

ISBN: 9781581109061

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 250

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A positive, interactive plan for overcoming bedwetting, geared to parents of kids ages 6-13. Author Dr. Howard Bennett is both a pediatrician and a parent, and he encourages parents to read the book together with their children and develop a plan that includes behavior management techniques, calendars, contracts, and bedwetting alarms.

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