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Trinity Western University

Trinity Western University is a private Christian liberal arts university in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. It is a member of Universities Canada. Founded in 1962, it enrolls 4,000 students and sits on a suburban-rural 157-acre campus near the historic village of Fort Langley, British Columbia. Trinity Western is Canada's largest funded Christian university, it has a broad-based liberal arts and professional studies curriculum, offering 45 undergraduate majors and 17 graduate and post-graduate programs. It has a student to faculty ratio of 16:1 with an average first-year class size of 37 and overall average class size of 15. Trinity Western is a member of the Royal Society of Canada, its varsity teams, known as the Spartans, are members of U Sports. According to Universities Canada, the non-profit national organization that represents Canadian universities and colleges, TWU's domestic tuition is the most expensive of any university in Canada. Trinity Western University traces its history back to 1957, when a committee was established by the Evangelical Free Church of America to study and consider the feasibility of a liberal arts college on North America's Pacific Coast.

The committee decided on a location between Vancouver and Seattle in rural British Columbia, in what is now the Township of Langley. Trinity Junior College began as a two-year college in 1962, its name was changed to Trinity Western College 10 years following a significant period of growth in enrollment and program options. After 20 years as a transfer college, Trinity Western began awarding baccalaureate degrees in 1980. In 1985 the British Columbia Provincial Government legislated the institution to its current position as a funded Christian university and it became known as Trinity Western University, it is the fourth-oldest university in the province of British Columbia after the University of British Columbia, the University of Victoria, Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Trinity Western University's motto is Turris Fortis Deus Noster; the Latin motto is translated as "A Mighty Fortress is Our God". The university's colours are blue. Trinity Western University is an independent supported institution, offering a liberal arts education.

Since its founding in 1962, it has identified as a Christian institution, although it has always been governed independently from any church or religious organization. It is administered by a 14-member Board of Governors, to which the President reports. Theologian, Dr. Mark Husbands, is the current president effective July 1, 2019. Undergraduates fulfill general education requirements, choose among a wide variety of elective courses, pursue departmental concentrations and interdisciplinary certificate programs. Students take classes through the university's semester system, with three semesters taking place each year; the fall semester lasts from September to December, the spring semester from January to April. For students wishing to take classes over summer, the university offers several courses on campus as well as travel studies through its summer semester programming, which runs from May to August. Graduate students take courses through the Faculty of ACTS Seminaries. Master's degree programs are available in the humanities, linguistics, business and theology.

The university hosts a number of research institutes and centres, including the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute, Gender Studies Institute, Religion and Conflict Research Group, Septuagint Institute, Centre for Entrepreneurial Leadership, Centre for Spiritual Formation in Higher Education, Religion in Canada Institute, as well as, the Institute of Indigenous Issues and Perspectives. Trinity Western's students are from all 10 provinces, 37 U. S. states, 33 foreign countries. The student body is 72% Canadian, 12% American, 13% are from overseas; the university employs a faculty of 250 instructors and professors, enabling a student to faculty ratio of 11:1, an average class size of 25. Over 85% of Trinity Western's professors have doctorates. Trinity Western University is accredited by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, is recognized by the U. S. Department of Education. Trinity Western University is a member of the Council for Christian Universities. Tuition for the 2014-15 academic year was $22,260 CDN, making tuition the most expensive of any Canadian university.

95% of Trinity Western's incoming and transfer students receive some financial aid in the form of scholarships or grants not including loans. International students pay the same fees as Canadian students. Trinity Western University is a member of the Royal Society of Canada, the senior national organization for the promotion of learning and research in Canada. Undergraduate degrees awarded by Trinity Western University include the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Human Kinetics. There is a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering transfer program in collaboration with the University of British Columbia's engineering department. Honours programs are available in a number of majors. Undergraduate courses in the humanities are traditionally either seminars or lectures held one- or two-times a week with an additional conversation-based seminar called a "discussion group".

To graduate, all students must complete a liberal arts core curriculum known as the "University Core", comprising 18 classes of various subjects. Students have a high degree of latitude in creating a self-structured Core, which allows students to study subjects of interest outside their chosen major. Most of th

Rocas Alijos

Rocas Alijos, or Escollos Alijos are a group of tiny and barren volcanic islets or above-water rocks in the Pacific Ocean at 24°57′31″N 115°44′59″W. They are part of Comondú municipality of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur, situated about 300 km west of the mainland; the total surface area is less than 1,000 square metres. The official area figure of 0.012 square kilometres. The group consists of numerous smaller ones. South Rock, the largest of the group, is 34 meters high, with a diameter of only 14 meters. Middle Rock is 18 meters high and about 10 meters in diameter. North Rock, 200 meters north of South Rock, is 22 meters high, with a diameter of 12 meters; the rocks in between those are either submerged or so low that they are visible among the breaking waves. The rocks seem to be known since the early Spanish history of Mexico; the first description is by pirate John Clipperton. But only in 1791 the first exact description was made by a Spanish sailor. South Rock was climbed for the first time in 1990 by an expedition under the leadership of Robert Schmieder, who edited a monograph about the rocks.

The group is located at the transition zone between two major biologic provinces, at a latitude where the Pacific Current turns westward to form the North Pacific trans-oceanic current. The rocks are nesting sites of many seabirds; the two other Mexican island groups in the Pacific Ocean that are not on the continental shelf are Guadalupe Island and Revillagigedo Islands. The breeding marine avifauna of Alijos Rocks consists of Leach's storm-petrel, red-billed tropicbird, masked booby, sooty tern; the magnificent frigatebird is a regular winter visitor but does not breed. The Laysan albatross is an annual visitor to Alijos Rocks during its winter breeding season, may start to nest there in the near future. Radio enthusiast's description more detailed description in German sailing directions Rocas Alijos: Scientific Results from the Cordell Expeditions The Marine Birds of Alijos Rocks, Mexico Cordell Expeditions Homepage Rocas Alijos part of Comondú municipality Video: Tuna fishing beginning at Alijos Rocks, October 2005 Robert W. Schmieder, Ed.: Rocas Alijos: Scientific Results from the Cordell Expeditions, Dordrecht.

Anahita Dargahi

Anahita Dargahi is an Iranian painter and actress. Anahita Dargahi was born in 1987 in Tehran, she began painting at the age of seven under the instruction of the renowned painter Abbas Katouzian. Having gained accomplishment in her painting career, Dargahi has held a number of individual exhibitions while taking part in several group ones both in Iran and abroad, she has designed numerous posters. While a painter and an actor, she was the producer of the music video Parde-ye Ākhar by Reza Kianian as well as one of Arian Keshishi's concerts. Dargahi is a movie actress, she learned her first lessons in acting from Farzad Motamen who gave her a part in his movie Ākharin bār key Sahar rā didi? in 2015. Dargahi continued with her academic education in art and did a B. A. in graphics as well as an M. A. in painting from Tehran University of Art. She married the actor and director Ashkan Khatibi in 2016. Dargahi has held three individual exhibitions of her works at the Niavaran Palace Complex and Seyhoun Gallery and Farmanieh Galleries, all in Tehran.

She has taken part in three group exhibitions at the Museum of Fine Arts of the Sa’dabad Palace Complex, Kamal-ol-Molk Gallery, Jam Art Gallery in Dubai. Her latest painting exhibition called “Fasl-e man kojāst?” was held at Ariana Gallery. Dargahi's acting debut was the detective movie Ākharin bār key Sahar rā didi?, directed by Farzad Motamen in 2015. Nominated in five categories at the Fajr International Film Festival, the movie brought her to the limelight. Dargahi went on to star in such movies as Zard, Dāstan-e Siāvash, Ghānun-e Morfi, Cheshm-o-goush-basteh, Derakht-e Banafsh, Nilgoun, she starred in the TV series Mamnoueh as "Talā Davallou". Dargahi took roles in a number of plays including Dar entezār-e Ādolf, Se khāhar, Dah sāl tanhāyi, Ghahtizadegān. Sinamā shahr-e ghesseh Nilgoun Derkht-e banafsh Soudābeh Cheshm-o-goush-basteh Ghānoun-e morfi Hamdigar Dāstān-e Siāvash Zard Ākharin bār key Sahar rā didi? Mamnoueh Nefrin-e ghahtizadegān Arbāb Pontilā Madreseh-ye shabāneh Vaghti khorous ghalat mikhānad Dar entezār-e Ādolf Se khāhar Dah sāl tanhāyi theater-concerto Anahita Dargahi on IMDb Anahita Dargahi on Instagram گفتگو با آناهیتا درگاهی mowjonline.ir اشکان خطیبی، آناهیتا درگاهی و انتخاب اسم یک کودک donya-e-eqtesad.com آناهیتا درگاهی: مردم ما سزوار این وضع اقتصادی نیستند/ خودم را سانسور نمی‌کنم plus.ir پُست اینستاگرامیِ بازیگر ممنوعه در حمایت از مهاجران افغانستانی/ عکس khabaronline.ir