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Fri Mar 21 17:08:15 2014 UTClccn-n500075410.00Impact of human genome initiative-derived technology on genetic testing, screening and counseling Cultural, ethical and legal issues. Progress report0.501.00INVESTIGATION OF PHASE AND EMULSION BEHAVIOR, SURFACTANT RETENTION, AND CONDENSATE RECOVERY FOR CONDENSATE263413892n 5000754143080Atlanta Baptist College (Ga.)Atlanta Baptist Seminary (Ga.)Atlanta University Center (Ga.). Morehouse CollegeAugusta Institute (Ga.)Morehouse College, Atlantalccn-n50010232Mays, Benjamin E.(Benjamin Elijah)1894-1984viaf-239492164Roper, John Herbertlccn-n2005056210Jelks, Randal Maurice1956-lccn-n80036583Tuskegee Institutelccn-n77003191Butler, Addie Louise Joyner1946-nc-talladega collegeTalladega Collegenc-spelman collegeSpelman Collegelccn-n50044481Brawley, Benjamin Griffith1882-1939lccn-n81076971Morris Brown Collegelccn-n85149419Atlanta University Center (Ga.)Morehouse College (Atlanta, Ga.)PeriodicalsConference proceedingsYearbooksMusicPresidentsMays, Benjamin E.--(Benjamin Elijah),Morehouse College (Atlanta, Ga.)African Americans--Civil rightsAfrican American college presidentsUnited StatesCollege presidentsAfrican American educatorsGeorgia--AtlantaAfrican American clergyBaptists--ClergyAfrican Americans--Social conditionsSouthern StatesAfrican American universities and collegesSpelman CollegeAfrican AmericansAtlanta University Center (Ga.)Cooking, American--Southern styleAfrican American cookingMorehouse School of MedicineAfrican Americans--Social life and customsClark Atlanta UniversityInterdenominational Theological Center (Atlanta, Ga.)Morris Brown CollegeStudentsAfrican American men--Education (Higher)OratoryAfrican American college administratorsCivil rights workersMitchell, Margaret,African American college students--Scholarships, fellowships, etcScholarshipsAtlanta UniversityAfrican American college studentsOzone--Environmental aspectsChlorine--Environmental aspectsAfrican Americans--Education (Higher)Clark CollegeCollege dropouts--PreventionJohnson C. Smith UniversityDillard UniversityHampton University (Va.)Howard UniversityAfrican American college graduatesTougaloo CollegeCollege attendanceDropouts--PreventionMinority college studentsFisk UniversityRace relations--Religious aspects--Christianity187818891917193119431945194619481951195519561958195919621965196619671968196919701972197419761977197819791980198419861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199819992000200120022003200420052006200720092010201220134098153207005.133TL521.3.C6ocn068493705ocn068507195ocn727237040ocn727350855ocn068403535ocn727342729ocn727337265ocn727333226ocn727250443ocn727316900512ocn002727776book19760.92Hall, J. HProduct of the reaction of chlorine atoms and ozone213ocn007927859book19560.96Trevor Arnett, 1870-1955 : memorial prepared in recognition of his outstanding services to the educational and religious life of our country72ocn013810003serial0.98The Maroon tigerPeriodicals61ocn027838715book19680.81Obsequies : Martin Luther King, Jr. : Tuesday, April 9, 1968, 10:30 a.m., Ebenezer Baptist Church, 2:00 p.m., the campus of Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia61ocn023257663book19900.92Conference on Ada TechnologyProceedings of Eighth Annual National Conference on Ada Technology : Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, GA, March 5-8, 1990Conference proceedings61ocn012733006serial0.94The Morehouse journal of sciencePeriodicals65ocn068493705com20031.00INVESTIGATION OF PHASE AND EMULSION BEHAVIOR, SURFACTANT RETENTION, AND CONDENSATE RECOVERY FOR CONDENSATEThis semi-annual technical progress report describes work performed at Morehouse College under DOE Grant No. DE-FG26-02NT15447 during the period April 01, 2003 to September 30, 2003 which covers the second six months of the project. Presently work is in progress to characterize phase and emulsion behavior for ethylbenzene/water/ethanol system. During this reporting period, salinity scans were completed for 0, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 250, 500, and 1000 mM salt concentrations at room temperature to identify optimal salinity intervals in which all three phases coexist for this system. Temperature scans are in progress at Morehouse College to identify the optimal temperature, and the temperature intervals in which all three phases coexist for this system. Coreflooding experiments are being conducted by our industrial partner in this project, Surtek, CO, to measure the effectiveness for surfactant retention and condensate recovery in flooding processes. Review of the current literature in the subject area, and modeling efforts that were established in our previous studies to predict electrical conductivities and inversion phenomena was continued from the previous reporting period. Based on the review a computer model to predict electrical conductivities of the ethylbenzene (that has the equivalent carbon number of the condensate)/water/ethanol system is being developed54ocn068507195com20051.00SURFACE AREA, VOLUME, MASS, AND DENSITY DISTRIBUTIONS FOR SIZED BIOMASS PARTICLESThis final technical report describes work performed at Morehouse College under DOE Grant No. DE-FC26-04NT42130 during the period July 01, 2004 to June 30, 2007 which covers the entire performance period of the project. 25 individual biomass particles (hardwood sawdust AI14546 in the size range of 100-200 microns) were levitated in an electrodynamic balance (EDB) and their external surface area, volume, and drag coefficient/mass (C{sub d}/m) ratios were characterized applying highly specialized video based and high-speed diode array imaging systems. Analysis methods were employed using shape and drag information to calculate mass and density distributions for these particles. Results of these measurements and analyses were validated by independent mass measurements using a particle weighing and counting technique. Similar information for 28 PSOC 1451D bituminous coal particles was retrieved from a previously published work. Using these two information, density correlations for coal/biomass blends were developed. These correlations can be used to estimate the density of the blend knowing either the volume fraction or the mass fraction of coal in the blend. The density correlations presented here will be useful in predicting the burning rate of coal/biomass blends in cofiring combustors. Finally, a discussion on technological impacts and economic projections of burning biomass with coal in US power plants is presented32ocn004739615book19661.00Igbo basic course31ocn000157765book19650.92A Working conference on cooperative programs among universities and predominantly Negro colleges, held at Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia, August 20-21, 1965Conference proceedings31ocn054801159book20010.47Public Influences of African-American Churches Project National ConferenceBlack churches and political leadership in the New Millennium, report on a conference21ocn032083295visu19930.47The black church in America conferenceMusic21ocn244787723visu20040.66High achieversReports on the training of bright Black males for the health professions at one of the top colleges in the nation, Morehouse College. Morehouse is the only all-Black male college in the U.S21ocn035503679book19921.00National Conference on Ada TechnologyProceedings of the Tenth Annual National Conference on Ada Technology : Hyatt Regency-Crystal City, Arlington, VA, February 24-28, 1992Conference proceedings21ocn053897843serial0.10The TorchYearbooks22ocn727250443com1987Localized excitations in amorphous silicon alloys. Final reportThe valence band edge of a-Si:H is sensitive to H content, while the conduction band edge is not. The optical gap increases 50% going from the isolated SiH group to the polysilane configuration; the smallest energy gap was for the polycrystal models for a-Si:H. Only the complexes involving the Si dangling bond give rise to active states deep in he a-Si fundamental energy gap. Positions of dangling bond defect state agree with photoluminescence of undoped and oxidized a-Si:H films. Incorporation of halogens into a-Si:H increases the optical gap, quasi-localized states near conduction band tail, and resonances deep in the valence band. Carbon increases the optical gap and produces resonances deep in both bands, while tin does not increase the optical gap and produces resonances in upper part of a-Si:H valence band; this is consistent with a model based on relative strength of Si-Si bond to Si-impurity bond. Effects of P dopant are consistent with models based on P in a-Si:H producing dopant-defect pairs, increased Fermi energy, etc. B substitutional dopants (tetrahedral) produces states near the valence band edge which resemble the show impurity levels in crystalline Si. Trigonally bonded B gives rise to states within the a-Si:H fundamental gap. B-H complexes suggest B-H bonds in B-doped a-Si:H, even at low B contents. Figs, 22 refs. (DLC)22ocn727188408com1993Impact of human genome initiative-derived technology on genetic testing, screening and counseling Cultural, ethical and legal issues. Progress reportGenetic medical services provided by the Georgia Division of Public Health in two northern and two central districts are compared to services provided in a district in which a tertiary care facility is located. Genetics outreach public health nurses play key roles in Georgia's system of Children's Health Services Genetics Program, including significant roles as counselors and information sources on special needs social services and support organizations. Unique features of individual health districts, (e.g., the changing face of some rural communities in ethnocultural diversity and socioeconomic character), present new challenges to current and future genetics services delivery. Preparedness as to educational needs of both health professionals and the lay population is of foremost concern in light of the ever expanding knowledge and technology in medical genetics. Perspectives on genetics and an overview of services offered by a local private sector counselor are included for comparison to state supported services. The nature of the interactions which transpire between private and public genetic services resources in Georgia will be described. A special focus of this research includes issues associated with sickle cell disease newborn screening service delivery process in Georgia, with particular attention paid to patient follow-up and transition to primary care. Of particular interest to this focus is the problem of loss to follow-up in the current system. Critical factors in education and counseling of sickle cell patients and the expectations of expanding roles of primary care physicians are discussed. The Florida approach to the delivery of genetic services contrasts to the Georgia model by placing more emphasis on a consultant-specialist team approach22ocn068443777com2000Establishment of the International Power InstituteThe International Power Institute, in collaboration with American industries, seeks to address technical, political, economic and cultural issues of developing countries in the interest of facilitating profitable transactions in power related infrastructure projects. IPI works with universities, governments and commercial organizations to render project-specific recommendations for private-sector investment considerations. IPI also established the following goals: Facilitate electric power infrastructure transactions between developing countries and the US power industry; Collaborate with developing countries to identify development strategies to achieve energy stability; and Encourage market driven solutions and work collaboratively with other international trade energy, technology and banking organizations21ocn018590880serial1.00The Morehouse tiger11ocn842155830serial1.00Morehouse College (Atlanta, Ga.)The companion5842ocn808382021file20120.50Roper, John HerbertThe magnificent Mays a biography of Benjamin Elijah MaysBiography5295ocn014165509book19870.33Mays, Benjamin EBorn to rebel : an autobiographyHistoryBiography+-+66335857354453ocn756594392book20120.53Jelks, Randal MauriceBenjamin Elijah Mays, schoolmaster of the movement : a biographyBiographyIn this first full-length biography of Benjamin Mays (1894-1984), Randal Maurice Jelks chronicles the life of the man Martin Luther King Jr. called his "spiritual and intellectual father." Dean of the Howard University School of Religion, president of Morehouse College, and mentor to influential black leaders, Mays had a profound impact on the education of the leadership of the black church and of a generation of activists, policymakers, and educators. Jelks argues that Mays's ability to connect the message of Christianity with the responsibility to challenge injustice prepared the black churc4115ocn003119680book19760.59Butler, Addie Louise JoynerThe distinctive Black college : Talladega, Tuskegee, and MorehouseHistory3097ocn000067959book19170.70Brawley, Benjamin GriffithHistory of Morehouse College, written on the authority of the Board of TrusteesHistory"Founded only two years after the end of the Civil War, Atlanta's Morehouse College to this day remains one of the few traditional men's colleges in the United States. Originaly dedicated to an all-black student body that was focused on studying the ministry and education, today the school welcomes students of all races to a full range of liberal arts studies ..."--Back cover2922ocn074491594book20060.17Tillery, Carolyn QuickSouthern homecoming traditions : recipes and remembrancesHistoryBiography+-+68317015352392ocn039532668book19980.63Walking integrity : Benjamin Elijah Mays, mentor to Martin Luther King Jr.BiographyMays, president of Morehouse College for over 25 years, "inspired generations of students to strive for moral and academic excellence and to work for racial justice in America." Mays was born in Ninety Six, South Carolina.--Jacket+-+09519001351713ocn033979655visu19940.27The Morehouse menMorehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia is the only all-male, historically African-American college in the United States. For 128 years, Morehouse has educated the black elite, seeking to instill moral, social, spiritual and academic values among its students. It boasts Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Olympic gold medalist Edwin Moses and filmmaker, Spike Lee as graduates. This film follows a group of freshmen students and explores the formal and informal processes whereby boys are molded into "Morehouse Men"1513ocn050004008book20020.76Mays, Benjamin EDr. Benjamin E. Mays speaks : representative speeches of a great American oratorBiography+-+88987361251291ocn064594263book20060.63Dumas, Carrie MBenjamin Elijah Mays : a pictorial life and timesBiography+-+3165196335881ocn001990894book19670.73Jones, Edward AllenA candle in the dark; a history of Morehouse College784ocn036182859visu19920.23Benjamin E. MaysBiographyA program on the life and achievements of Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, former president of Morehouse College. Includes interviews with Dr. Mays and comments from President Jimmy Carter, Atlanta Mayor Maynard H. Jackson and more celebrities Dr. Mays energized672ocn069177009book19950.37Rovaris, Dereck JosephMays and Morehouse : how Benjamin E. Mays developed Morehouse College, 1940-1967HistoryBiography+-+6436126845661ocn036231295book19960.47Johnson, Ira JoeBenjamin E. Mays & Margaret Mitchell : a unique legacy in medicineRecords and correspondence591ocn262886148book20090.19Eaves, John HThe Morehouse mystique : lessons to develop black men+-+9960069846453ocn046367480book20000.25Cohen, Rodney TThe Black colleges of AtlantaHistoryPictorial works+-+9900503825413ocn041901557book19980.59Historically black colleges & universities take a closer look at student retention : Dillard University, Fisk University, Hampton University, Howard University, Johnson C. Smith University, Morehouse College, Rust College, Spelman College, Tougaloo College, Xavier University141ocn830526092book20130.35Educating ethical leaders for the twenty-first century132ocn011619137book19310.97Atlanta UniversityLeadership, the heart of the race problem121ocn051962987book20010.06Martin Luther King, Jr. : the Morehouse yearsJuvenile worksBiography+-+6633585735Fri Mar 21 15:47:03 EDT 2014batch28985