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September 2014
Computer/Security Science and Engineering Drop-In Assignment Labs This workshop is for Computer/Security Science and Engineering students only. 
Exam Preparation This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Exercise and Health Sciences/Medical Sciences Drop-In Assignment Labs This workshop is for all Exercise & Health/Medical Sciences students only. 
Fixing Common Sentence Problems This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Natural Sciences/Medical Sciences Drop-in Assignment Labs This session is for Natural Sciences/Medical Sciences students only. 
Nursing and Midwifery Drop-In Assignment Labs This workshop is for Nursing and Midwifery students only. 
Paraphrasing without Plagiarising This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Psychology and Social Science Drop-In Assignment Labs This workshop is for Psychology and Social Science students only. 
Referencing This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Writing Academic Paragraphs This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Writing Essays This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Writing Literature Reviews This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Writing Reports This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
RightNow Driving Instructor Workshop Training for RightNow Driving Instructors. 
Delivering Professional Presentations This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Digital Fluency This workshops is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Numeracy This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Postgraduate Assignment Support This Assignment Drop-In session is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science Postgraduate students only. 
Scientific Literacy This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Writing Reflections This workshops is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Drug Calculations I - IV Drug Calculations - The Full Gamut. 
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions MOUNT LAWLEY and JOONDALUP 
FEA Academic Skills Workshops (Joondalup) These workshops are for FEA students only 
FEA Academic Skills Workshops (Mount Lawley) These workshops are for FEA students only 
English Language Proficiency Workshops These workshops are for Health, Engineering and Science students only 
FHES English Language Proficiency Drop-in Assignment Labs This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
EDL1260 Support Workshops These workshops are for students enrolled in EDL1260 only. 
FEA Assignment Drop-in Labs (Mount Lawley) This workshop is for FEA students only. 
FEA Assignment Drop-In Sessions (Joondalup) These sessions are for FEA students only. 
Unit-specific Reading Groups These activities are for FEA students only 
FEA Writing and Grammar Workshop Series These workshops give a fun, hands-on introduction to grammar and academic writing. 
ECS1265 Support Workshops These workshops are for ESC1265 students only. 
SOAR Session: Achieving a winning IELTS score: effective test-taking strategies & tips The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
UniPrep English Writing English Writing for UniPrep Assessments 
English as an Additional Language Workshops This workshop is for higher degree by research students 
EDU1010 Support Workshops These workshops are for EDU1010 students only. 
SOAR Session: Questionnaire design and online surveys using Qualtrics The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
Start Writing, Stay Writing: Drafting Techniques This ‘hands-on’ session draws on the research on writer’s block, and offers an array of techniques to help you begin and maintain steady writing progress. 
CREATEC: Gap Filler: a DIY creative movement in Christchurch Presented by: Dr Ryan Reynolds, WAAPA Visiting scholar from Christchurch, New Zealand 
The Philosophical Underpinning of Qualitative Research To do qualitative research well, you will need to understand its philosophical underpinnings. Come to this workshop if you intend to undertake, or have recently commenced, some form of qualitative inquiry. And please come expecting to talk about your research. 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Federico Vitelli - School of Natural Sciences Thesis Title: Multi-species and fisheries interactions in reef sharks in a coral-reef environment 
SOAR Session: Tips to save you time when formatting your thesis in Word The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
Writing Research Proposals Writing Research Proposals 
Enterprise Tuesday - Vision, Plans and Making it Happen ECU Enterprise Tuesday is a series of eight free evening lectures and networking sessions aimed at inspiring entrepreneurship and linking the world of academia with the business community. 
Introduction to Publishing Your Research Find out about the benefits of publishing your research and the process involved for quality publications 
SOAR Session: Introduction to Data Analysis and Statistical Inference using SPSS The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
CREATEC: The process and rate of second language (L2) acquisition by child and adult learners: A case of Japanese morphology Presented by: Dr Junko Iwasaki Senior lecturer, Coordinator for Japanese - SCA 
Masters by Research Proposal Presentation: Muralitheran Kanagarajoo - School of Business Thesis Title: The use of social media in project management: An exploratory study 
Write with Impact: Engaging Multiple Audiences in Research Writing and Funding Applications This session is open to both staff and postgraduate research writers. 
Masters by Research Proposal: Sally Banyard - WAAPA Thesis Title: Sounding the Story: Approaches to text as inspiration for music 
MyPLAN Demonstration MyPLAN is a set of online learning plans and tools to help you record, organise and reflect on achievements and skills gained throughout the research journey. Learning Plans are a requirement for confirmation of candidature for all HDR candidates. Specifically using the MyPLAN learning plans (whether that be the paper versions on the GRS website or the online workbook in PebblePad), is compulsory for new PhD candidates in 2014. It is also strongly recommended that all HDR candidates take advantage of the planning and recording tools in MyPLAN. 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Jane Tudor-Owen - School of Law & Justice Thesis Title: Planning and Evaluation in Investigative Interviewing 
School of Natural Sciences Seminar Series presented by Esmee Webb, Adjunct Lecturer Title: The 'Archaeological Signature' at Tropicana, in the Great Victoria Desert, compared with that on Cooper Creek, Southern Lake Eyre Basin, and that at Lake Mungo, New South Wales 
Research Week (15-19 September 2014) To view all Research Week events, visit the Research Week website: www.ecu.edu.au/research/week 
Research Week 2014 Launch at Espresso Self Exhibition Opening ECU Research Week 2014 Launch on Monday 15, September, 5.30pm. Join us to launch the Research Week program at the Opening of Espresso Self Exhibition at Spectrum Project Space, Mount Lawley campus. 
Research Week Event: ECU Research Celebration Sundowner ECU Research Week event on Thursday, 18 September. This Sundowner aims to showcase research, and recognise the performance, excellence and impact of ECU researchers. 
Research Week Event: Public Health: People's Choice Poster Presentation ECU Research Week event on Wednesday 17, September. A poster display by research staff and students showcasing nutrition, health promotion, environmental health and occupational health. 
Research Week Event: Research Journeys in Communications and Arts: Postgraduate and Honours Colloquium ECU Research Week event on Wednesday, 17 September. This conference hosted by CREATEC, the Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts, Technology, Education and Communications provides our PhD, Masters by Research and Honours students with an opportunity to showcase and share their research, network and engage as a learning community on research discourse. 
Research Week Event: School of Nursing and Midwifery: Evidence Based Research Conference ECU Research Week event on Monday 15, September. Come along to presentations and events showcasing the current research in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. 
Research Week Event: Your Research in a Nutshell ECU Research Week event on Tuesday, 16 September. Hear how ECU's research is making a difference, as our researchers compete to explain their recent research outcomes 'in a nutshell'! 
Research Week Information Session: Open access publishing- what does it mean for me? ECU Research Week event on Friday, 19 September. An information session on the concept of open access, research publication and evolving developments. 
Research Week Information Session: Supporting your research - a meeting with your Library ECU Research Week event on Tuesday 16, September. Drop in and learn more about the various library services that are available to help you with your research. 
Research Week Library Information Session: Open access publishing: What does it mean for me? ECU Research Week Event on Monday, 15 September. An information session on the concept of open access, research publication and evolving developments. 
Research Week Performance: Reflections on European Discoveries ECU Research Week event on Tuesday, 16 September. LINK Dance Company hosts a presentation about the company's recent performance and workshop tour of Europe. 
Research Week Performance: Research in Contemporary Dance – LINK Dance Company open rehearsal ECU Research Week event on Wednesday, 17 September. Join 4th year dancers, LINK Dance Company and Artistic Director Michael Whaites as they compose a new work for the company's season SURGE at the WA Ballet Studio's 16th-18th October. 
Research Week Poster Presentation: Psychology Honours ECU Research Week event on Wednesday 17, September. Topics include emotional intelligence, workplace norms, resilience, reiki, social media and cyber bullying. 
Research Week Presentation: Fostering healthy individuals and communities. ECU Research Week event on Wednesday, 17 September. A presentation of the diverse research taking place in the School of Psychology and Social Science. 
Research Week Presentation: School of Business Qualitative and Quantitative Research Forum ECU Research Week event on Friday, 19 September. Get pointers from a recent winner of the University medal for an outstanding PhD! Enjoy fun activities and student prizes. Students and guest speakers will present their research and discuss their research methods. 
Research Week Presentation: Studies in Human Society ECU Research Week event on Wednesday, 17 September. This event will bring together research from different interest groups. 
Research Week Public Lecture: From conception to old age - ECU Medical Sciences Research ECU Research Week event on Monday, 15 September. Presentations on diverse research by leading researchers and postgraduate research students in Medical Science. 
Research Week Public Lecture: Health and wellness for FIFO families ECU Research Week event on Monday 15, September. This series of presentations will focus on exercise, nutrition, and health promotion for fly in fly out (FIFO) families. 
Research Week Research Training: Journal Article Writing ECU Research Week event on Wednesday, 17 September. This workshop is based on the construction and writing of an article destined for a journal in your discipline. 
Research Week Seminar: Applying new methods and strategies to human exposure assessment ECU Research Week event on Thursday, 18 September from the Centre for Ecosystem Management. Topics explored in this seminar will include new technologies for monitoring pollutants, personal exposure assessment methods, biomarkers, modelling and the successful testing of interventions. 
Research Week Seminar: Centre for Sports Science Research ECU Research Week event on Friday, 19 September. Find out the latest Scientific Research in Exercise and Sports Science. 
Research Week Seminar: Engineering Better Life ECU Research Week event on Friday, 19 September. Researchers from the School of Engineering will provide insight into new technologies that will monitor health and environment and the next generation of wireless technology (5G). 
Research Week Showcase: eResearch Technology Showcase ECU Research Week event on Wednesday, 17 September. Drop-in and explore the activity hubs showcasing eResearch technology available to ECU researchers. 
Research Week South West Event: Public Lecture - The role and importance of science: What the research tells us ECU Research Week event at ECU's South West Campus on Friday, 19 September. Find out what the science has been telling researches about Alzheimers Disease and hear from the new WA Chief Scientist on the importance of science education to rural and regional Australia. 
Research Week Tour: Tour of the Electron Science Research Institute ECU Research Week event on Wednesday, 17 September. Explore the Electron Science Research Institute's R&D facilities. 
Research Week Workshop: Social Media, Research Ethics and Your Research ECU Research Week event on Thursday, 18 September. This presentation looks at current and emerging issues in conducting research on social media and recruiting participants using social media channels 
Research Week Workshop: Time for Research ECU Research Week event on Friday, 19 September. This workshop shows you how to guarantee you spend high quality time on your research outputs. 
Research Week Workshop: Why is self-awareness so important in your career development ECU Research Week event on Thursday, 18 September. A workshop on self- awareness where you will learn how to identify your skills, achievements, strengths and weaknesses. 
Masters by Research Proposal Presentation: Oliver Barley - School of Exercise and Health Sciences Thesis Title: Effects of Rapid Weight Loss on Physiology and Performance in Mixed Martial Arts Athletes 
PhD Proposal Presentation: David FitzGerald - School of Psychology & Social Sciences Thesis Title: Treatment fidelity in the real world: Very early aphasia treatment in a randomised control trial 
SOAR Session: Numerical solutions for Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations (ODE & PDE): MATLAB Approach The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
VIP Training for Staff Edit the course information (step 3) on VIP 
Research Week Presentation: Research Journeys in Education and Child Health Promotion ECU Research Week event held on Thursday, 18 September. Hosted by the Edith Cowan Institute for Education Research, this collaborative event aims to showcase the extensive program of education and child health promotion research being conducted by staff and postgraduate students at ECU. 
SOAR Session: Effective Strategies for Improving your Academic English The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
PhD Proposal Presentation - Dr Ekeuda Uchenna Ben Nwankwo: School of Exercise & Health Sciences Thesis Title: The Effects of Occupational Exposure to Petrol on the Respiratory Health of Male Motor Mechanics in Enugu, South-East Nigeria 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Kim Oliver - School of Exercise and Health Sciences Thesis Title: Perceived Stress: Is the self-reporting of stress amongst nurses a reliable representation of cortisol levels found hair 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Stephen Kipkurgat - School of Exercise and Health Sciences Thesis Title: Climate change and heat stress among older residents of Victoria Park, an evaluation of exposures and heat adaptation strategies 
SOAR Session: Research involving children and young people: planning for a stress-free ethics application The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
Masters by Research Proposal Presentation: Chantelle Du Plessis - School of Exercise and Health Sciences Thesis Title: Influence of a simulated Olympic distance cycle on subsequent running biomechanics and running economy in triathletes 
PhD Proposal Presentation: Varitha Dulayanurak - School of Exercise and Health Sciences Thesis Title: Developing a web-based training package for clinical dieticians to enhance adoption of the Nutrition Care Process (NCP) 
Questionnaire: Masterclass Questionnaire: Masterclass 
MyPLAN Demonstration MyPLAN is a set of online learning plans and tools to help you record, organise and reflect on achievements and skills gained throughout the research journey. Learning Plans are a requirement for confirmation of candidature for all HDR candidates. Specifically using the MyPLAN learning plans (whether that be the paper versions on the GRS website or the online workbook in PebblePad), is compulsory for new PhD candidates in 2014. It is also strongly recommended that all HDR candidates take advantage of the planning and recording tools in MyPLAN. 
Conducting Interviews and Focus Groups Conducting Interviews and Focus Groups 
October 2014
Computer/Security Science and Engineering Drop-In Assignment Labs This workshop is for Computer/Security Science and Engineering students only. 
Exam Preparation This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Nursing and Midwifery Drop-In Assignment Labs This workshop is for Nursing and Midwifery students only. 
Psychology and Social Science Drop-In Assignment Labs This workshop is for Psychology and Social Science students only. 
Postgraduate Assignment Support This Assignment Drop-In session is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science Postgraduate students only. 
Scientific Literacy This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
Drug Calculations I - IV Drug Calculations - The Full Gamut. 
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions MOUNT LAWLEY and JOONDALUP 
FEA Academic Skills Workshops (Joondalup) These workshops are for FEA students only 
FEA Academic Skills Workshops (Mount Lawley) These workshops are for FEA students only 
English Language Proficiency Workshops These workshops are for Health, Engineering and Science students only 
FHES English Language Proficiency Drop-in Assignment Labs This workshop is for Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science students only. 
EDL1260 Support Workshops These workshops are for students enrolled in EDL1260 only. 
FEA Assignment Drop-in Labs (Mount Lawley) This workshop is for FEA students only. 
FEA Assignment Drop-In Sessions (Joondalup) These sessions are for FEA students only. 
Unit-specific Reading Groups These activities are for FEA students only 
FEA Writing and Grammar Workshop Series These workshops give a fun, hands-on introduction to grammar and academic writing. 
ECS1265 Support Workshops These workshops are for ESC1265 students only. 
English as an Additional Language Workshops This workshop is for higher degree by research students 
EDU1010 Support Workshops These workshops are for EDU1010 students only. 
CREATEC - Gramsci in Africa: The Relevance of Gramscian Concepts for Mozambican History Presented by: Dr David Robinson 
Culture, language, and the whole graduate experience: Exploring best practices in international graduate supervision This workshop is for any higher degree by research supervisors in the Engineering and Information Technology disciplines 
Enterprise Tuesday - Growing your Venture - A Panel Session ECU Enterprise Tuesday is a series of eight free evening lectures and networking sessions aimed at inspiring entrepreneurship and linking the world of academia with the business community. 
Introduction to Qualtrics Find out about how Qualtrics can be used to develop and administer your online survey. 
CREATEC: What it Takes to be a Writer Presented by: Mr Ken Spillman - Writer in Residence 
Master of Arts by Research Proposal Presentation: Malek Aburabie - School of Communications & Arts Thesis Title: A sociolinguistic study of compliments from a cross-cultural perspective: Jordanian vs. Australian English 
SOAR Session: Research Paradigms in the Social Sciences and Humanities. MADE EASY! The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
SOAR Session: Interviewing vulnerable populations - protecting participants and yourself The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
Intermediate NVivo Intermediate NVivo 
Qualitative Data Analysis and Introduction to NVivo 10 Gain an overview of basic qualitative data analysis and an introduction to the software NVivo 
Introduction to Statistics Using SPSS A practical session on how to use SPSS as a tool for the statistical analysis of your data. 
CREATEC - Divertissement, Patriotism, and Elegy: Musical Responses to Tragedy in Nineteenth-Century Guitar Music Presented by: Dr Jonathan Paget 
SOAR Session: Producing a Publishable Literature Review The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
SOAR Session: Designing the qualitative research proposal: Identifying the key components The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
Case Study: Masterclass Is your thesis a case study or a study? Do you know the difference? 
How can I deal with all this literature? Researching and writing in an infinite information world. How can I deal with all this literature? Researching and writing in an infinite information world. 
SOAR Session: Tips to save you time when formatting your thesis in Word The SOAR Centre is a peer-to-peer support service for Higher Degree by Research students. The SOAR Sessions are small group workshops and discussions, where our SOAR Ambassadors (also HDR candidates), share some of their skills and experiences. One-to-one appointments are also available Mon-Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm by visiting http://intranet.ecu.edu.au/research/for-research-students/soar-centre/support-available/book-an-appointment 
Academic Writing: Paraphrasing and Paragraphing Learn how to critically engage with the literature to paraphrase effectively and tips for developing a better writing structure. 
November 2014
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions UniPrep Workshops and Assignment Drop-in Sessions MOUNT LAWLEY and JOONDALUP 
FEA Academic Skills Workshops (Joondalup) These workshops are for FEA students only 
FEA Assignment Drop-in Labs (Mount Lawley) This workshop is for FEA students only. 
FEA Assignment Drop-In Sessions (Joondalup) These sessions are for FEA students only. 
EDU1010 Support Workshops These workshops are for EDU1010 students only. 
Enterprise Tuesday - Leveraging the value of Consulting ECU Enterprise Tuesday is a series of eight free evening lectures and networking sessions aimed at inspiring entrepreneurship and linking the world of academia with the business community. 
Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) Structural equation modelling (SEM) is a powerful statistical analysis method, allowing researchers to simultaneously test and estimate a network of relationship among variables. 
Completion Masterclass Struggling to find the motivation to finish that last chapter? 
December 2014
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
January 2015
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
February 2015
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
March 2015
Statistics Drop-in Having trouble with basic descriptive or inferential statistics? Come to this drop-in workshop with your specific difficulties and have them resolved. 
April 2015
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May 2015
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June 2015
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July 2015
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August 2015
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