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Marquette University

Marquette University is a private Jesuit research university in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Established by the Society of Jesus as Marquette College on August 28, 1881, it was founded by John Martin Henni, the first Bishop of Milwaukee; the university was named after 17th-century missionary and explorer Father Jacques Marquette, SJ, with the intention to provide an affordable Catholic education to the area's emerging German immigrant population. An all-male institution, Marquette became the first coeducational Catholic university in the world in 1909 when it began admitting its first female students. Marquette is one of 28 member institutions of the Association of Jesuit Universities; the university is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and has a student body of about 12,000. Marquette is one of the largest Jesuit universities in the United States, the largest private university in Wisconsin. Marquette is organized into 11 schools and colleges at its main Milwaukee campus, offering programs in the liberal arts, communications, engineering and various health sciences disciplines.

The university administers classes in suburbs around the Milwaukee area and in Washington, DC. While most students are pursuing undergraduate degrees, the university has over 68 doctoral and master's degree programs, a law school, a dental school, 22 graduate certificate programs; the university's varsity athletic teams, known as the Golden Eagles, are members of the Big East Conference and compete in the NCAA's Division I in all sports. Marquette University was founded 139 years ago on August 28, 1881, as Marquette College by John Martin Henni, the first Catholic bishop of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, with the assistance of funding from Belgian businessman Guillaume Joseph DeBuey; the university was named after explorer Father Jacques Marquette. The highest priority of the newly established college was to provide an affordable Catholic education to the area's emerging German immigrant population; the first five graduates of Marquette College received their bachelor of arts degrees in 1887.

Between 1891 and 1906, the college employed one full-time lay professor, with many classes being taught by master's students. By 1906, Marquette had awarded 186 students the Bachelor of Arts, 38 the Master of Arts, one student Bachelor of Science. Marquette College became a university in 1907, after it became affiliated with a local medical school and moved to its present location. Johnston Hall, which now houses the university's College of Communication, was the first building erected on the new campus grounds. Marquette University High School the preparatory department of the university, became a separate institution the same year. In 1908, Marquette opened an engineering college and purchased two law schools, which would become the foundation of its current law program. An all-male institution, Marquette University became the first coed Catholic university in the world, when it admitted its first female students in 1909. By 1916 its female students had increased to 375. Marquette acquired the Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1913, leading to the formation of the Marquette University School of Medicine.

During the 1920s and again during the post-World War II years, Marquette expanded, opening a new library, athletics facilities, classroom buildings, residence halls. The student population increased markedly as well, met by the construction of buildings for the schools of law, business and the liberal arts. Marquette is credited with offering the first degree program specializing in hospital administration in the United States, graduated the first two students in 1927. Despite the promising growth of the university, financial constraints led to the School of Medicine separating from Marquette in 1967 to become the Medical College of Wisconsin. Marquette's Golden Avalanche football team was disbanded in December 1960, basketball became the leading spectator sport at the university. Graduate programs in the liberal arts and sciences, for which planning had begun in the preceding decade, were opened in the 1970s. In 1977, the university celebrated the victory of their men's basketball team over the University of North Carolina to win the NCAA Championship title.

In 1994, then-President Albert J. DiUlio made a controversial decision to discontinue the use of the "Warriors" nickname for the university's sports teams, citing growing pressure on schools to end the use of Native American mascots. Backlash from alumni and students ensued, though the administration and Marquette community settled on the nickname "Golden Eagles." The mascot controversy again boiled over in 2005 when the university's leadership changed the nickname to "the Gold," only to return to the "Golden Eagles" a week later. During the 1990s, the university invested in the neighborhood surrounding Marquette with its $50 million Campus Circle Project, it opened a Washington, D. C.-based study center called the Les Aspin Center for Government, named after the former Secretary of Defense. MBA programs and the College of Professional Studies, with programs aimed at adult education, were founded during the mid-1990s. In 1996, Robert A. Wild was installed as the university's 22nd president and shortly thereafter began a fundraising campaign that culminated in a major campus beautification effort and the construction of several major buildings, including a new space for the School of Dentistry.

The university's growth was marked by increases in overall enrollment and the highest test

Nafisat Abdullahi

Nafisat Abdulrahman Abdullahi known as Nafisat Abdullahi, is a Nigerian Actress, Director, Professional Photographer and entrepreneur from Jos, Plateau State, as business woman and entrepreneur she founded a film production company and two start-ups. Nafisat was a graduate of Theater arts from the prestigious University of Jos and studying Photography in London School of Photography,UK, she received many awards to her credit, such as Afro Hollywood Award, MTN award, AMMA Award and City People Entertainment Award in the year 2013 for Best Actress and a Kannywood Award in 2014 for Best Kannywood Actress, Popular Choice Award. Her film career began at the age of 18 followed by her first leading role in a major film, Sai Wata Rana in 2010 produced by FKD Production and directed by Ali Nuhu. In 2012, Nafisat appeared in Blood and Henna, a Nigerian film directed by Kenneth Gyang alongside Ali Nuhu and Sadiq Sani Sadiq and went on to receive 6 nominations at the 9th Africa Movie Academy Awards and won Best Costume Design.

She starred in the hit movie, Lamiraj which won her Best Actress in 2013 and blog buster film,'Ya Daga Allah in 2014 both directed by Aminu Saira. Born in Jos, the capital city of Plateau State, Nafisat is the fourth daughter of Abdulrahman Abdullahi, an automobile dealer and an elder statesman, she attended Air Force Private School in Jos and upon moving to the Federal Capital Territory, she proceeded to Government Girl Secondary School, Abuja University of Jos where she pursue her degree in theater arts. As a teenager, she joined the Kannywood movie industry where she began her career under FKD Production with Ali Nuhu as her first mentor, she began her movie career at the age of 18 with FKD Production as her first movie, where she first appeared in Sai Wata Rana in 2010 produced and directed by award winning actor and director Ali Nuhu. Nafisat began to shine among the stars, when she played her first leading role in Sai Wata Rana as a leading actress, her appearances in Ahlul Kitab and Dan Marayan Zaki in 2012 moved Nafisat's career to new level as the two movie were one of the highest-grossing films of all time.

She is a Business woman and founder of Nahaz Brand, Grand Tailors and a film production company Nafs Entertainment Ltd, where she produce and directed her two movies Guguwar So and Yaki a Soyayya. And she is pursuing another career abroad in photography. In 2013, she was invited to Berlin International Film Festival as one of the only two attendees from Nigeria alongside a Nollywood cinematographer and invited to Nollywood festivals in Atlanta, to date, she is most awarded awarded actress in Kannywood and the first female to be endorsed by MTN. In June 2013, she was suspended by a disciplinary committee of Arewa Filmmakers Association of Nigeria for failing to appear before the committee after being summoned for organizing a banned event by the followers of the Hausa movie industry, she was handed two years suspension by the disciplinary committee, lifted in August 2013 before she went on to star in Aminu Saira's Kalamu Wahid and'Ya Daga Allah in 2014. Nafisat has acted in numerous Hausa films, amongst them are

Razan County

Razan County is a county in Hamadan Province in Iran. The capital of the county is Razan. At the 2006 census, the county's population was 111,120, in 26,277 families; the county is subdivided into three districts: the Central District, Sardrud District, Qorveh-e Darjazin District. The county has three cities: Razan, Qorveh-e Darjazin, Damaq. There are a lot of famous persons and celebrities from this county such as: Molla-Ali Masoumi, Dr. Mohammad Mofatteh, Mohyedin Anvari, Mohammad Piran, Mostafa Rahmandost, Sedighe Vasmaghi, Ghorbanali Namdari, Hossein Nori-Hamdani, Dr. Nosrati, MirzaHasan Razini et al; the people of this county to some extent Azeri Turkish. اطلس گیتاشناسی استان‌های ایران