Under existing law, the Public Utilities Commission has regulatory authority over public utilities, including electrical corporations and gas corporations, while local publicly owned electric utilities are under the direction of their governing board. Existing law authorizes the commission to fix the rates and charges for electrical corporations and gas corporations, corporations and requires that those rates and charges be just and reasonable. Existing law requires public utilities to develop programs in cooperation with local school districts in reducing their electricity and gas bills through conservation and improvements in efficiency and efficiency. Existing law authorizes public utilities to offer school districts on a priority basis basis, and authorizes school districts to utilize, any programs or incentives for commercial customers developed by the utility and approved by the commission, including rebates, loan programs, and incentives for the installation of efficient lighting, heating, or cooling systems.
The course focuses on Wisconsin Indians, meeting the requirements of Wisconsin Act Examines business topics requiring an understanding of culture.
Includes cultural diversity in the workplace and the experiences of minorities in business. This course will provide a cross-disciplinary exploration of the images of American Indians and their relevance to American society in film, literary, and historical texts.
Looks at pre-Columbian art, changes in art with European contact, and the most recent trends in Native American art.
Philosophies of aesthetics and the relationship of art to material culture and worldview will be analyzed from the cross-cultural perspective of the anthropology of art. The course will approach this from social, political, and economic perspectives from the colonial period to the present.
Survey of Wisconsin archaeology from the earliest occupation of the state through early European contact. Emphasis is on ecological and historical factors influencing development of prehistoric and historic aboriginal culture of Wisconsin.
Previous Anthropology course or cons. Main pre-Columbian cultures north of Mexico. Includes evidence for cultural developments and diversity of cultural groups.
Not recommended for first-semester students. A survey of the cultures of various Indian nations north of Mexico; the impact in the past and the present of Euro-American culture on American Indian nations and their varied responses to it. Analysis of Indian cultures in the area around the western Great Lakes, with emphasis on traditional cultures of the Indians in Wisconsin.
The course explores human biological evolution and variation, cultural evolution, language, and culture change. Archaeological analysis of famous prehistoric sites as case studies to illustrate concepts and techniques used by archaeologists in their efforts to understand the rise, florescence, and demise of vanished societies.
Cross-cultural comparisons of societies and institutions. Course includes both humanistic and social scientific approaches to human sociocultural diversity. NS if 3 cr. This course will study the role of food in human history, and the biocultural construction of what is classified as food.
We will examine the meaning of food across cultures with particular attention to how cultural and ethnic e. Asian American, Native American identities are associated with particular types of food. Rituals, religions and family celebrations, and secular holidays all include the deliberate preparation, serving and sharing of food or abstinence from food.
We will explore food consumption and health, the gendered dimension of food, and the social hierarchies and power relations associated with the commodification of food. Class projects are designed to connect the student to various community and ethnic groups through the study of farmer's markets, food banks, stores and restaurants.
We will think about food in new and provocative ways and in the process practically apply theoretical concepts. Major regions of the world considered in an attempt to outline the variety, richness, significance, and persistence of cultural traditions.
Emphasis is on the complex issues related to the changing diet and health of populations within an era of globalization and international food markets.The manpower plan is an employment forecast. It is the complex task of forecasting and planning for the right numbers and the right kinds of people, at the right places and the right times, to perform activities that will benefit both the organization and the individuals involved.
The effectiveness and quality of the manpower plan depend upon establishing communication with all aspects of the. This Journal. Home; Browse. Current Issue; OnlineFirst; All Issues; Submit Paper; About. More Information.
EDUC-S Problems in Secondary Education ( cr.) Group analysis of a common problem in the field of secondary education. May be repeated. May be repeated. EDUC-S Workshop in Secondary Education ( cr.) Individual and group study of issues or concerns relating to . View the legislative history of the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute, the Civil Service Reform Act, and the Foreign Service Act.
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The Elementary and Secondary Education Act Essays The Origins, Current Implementations, and Effects of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 4, words.