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BIOE 502 Professionalism Fall 2008 Mondays from 2-3:50pm in 2320 DCL MF Insana ( mfi@illinois.edu ) 244-0739 http://ultrasonics.bioen.uiuc.edu/ Tentative Schedule of Speakers:


Coauthor James Petras. 2001 Globalization Unmasked: Imperialism in the 21 st Century. London: ZED Press / Halifax: Fernwood Books (coauthor). In its 4th edition.

Duke Halts Third Trial; Coauthor Disputes Claim That Data ...

PO Box 9905 Washington DC 20016 Telephone 202-362-1809 "Personalized Medicine" Moffitt Ends Pilot Study Based On Duke Test, Says Action Unrelated. . .

"Contract for a Co-Author" by

Based upon our personal experiences as co-authors; and based upon our second hand experiences with colleagues who were co-authors; and based upon O'Hara's experiences as an editor managing co-authors we have come to a conclusion: never coauthor without a prior, written, signed, contract.

Coauthor of The Golden Age of Chicago Children's Television

Ted Okuda Coauthor of The Golden Age of Chicago Children's Television Ted Okuda is a Chicago-based film historian whose previous books include The Golden Age of Chicago Children's Television (coauthored with Jack Mulqueen), The Columbia Comedy Shorts , The Monogram Checklist , The Jerry Lewis ...

—Ken Blanchard, Coauthor, The One Minute Manager

"What a wonderful book. The only way organizations will be able to compete in the future is if their people act like owners and they create an ownership culture.

The Corporate Coauthor

PERSPECTIVES The Corporate Coauthor Adriane Fugh-Berman, MD 1 1 Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC, USA.

Thomas Stanley, author of The Millionaire Mind and coauthor ...

Brooke Stephens, author of Wealth Happens One Day at a Time Steven Strauss, coauthor of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Beating

Quantifying Coauthor Contributions

www.sciencemag.org SCIENCE VOL 322 17 OCTOBER 2008 371 CREDIT: JOE SUTLIFF Biofuels: Clarifying Assumptions THE REPORTBYT. SEARCHINGER ETAL. ("Useof U.S. croplands for biofuels increases greenhouse gases through emissions from land-use change," 29 February, p. 1238) provides one scenario for the ...

Unintended Consequences

1 Unintended Consequences By John Mauldin March 25, 2011 The central banks of the developed world are printing money and are engaged in a very-low-interest-rate regime.