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Should I take the calculus series at one community college in California to transfer to the University of California, Berkeley?

This is my detailed story about this question.I transferred to Diablo Valley College from Golden West College, and I took calculus1 in Golden West college then I took calculus 2 and 3 in Diablo Valley College.Then I found this part from Welcome to ASSISTIf a series of courses at a community college is required (e.g., English 1A + 1B+ 103 = English R1A and R1B), all the courses in the series must be completed,and must (unless otherwise indicated) be completed at the same communitycollege. Partial completion (e.g., 2 of the 3 required courses) will result inzero credit toward the requirement(s), and the applicant will NOT be consideredfor admission.After I read this part, I am confusing that I am on the right track for meeting Math requirementsfor transferring to UC Berkeley. Diablo Valley College give me admission to takingcalculus 2 and 3, so I thought that everything is fine, however I am not sure, because both of collegesthat I studied offer like this, not way of A and B.This is Golden West College's chart for Berkeley transferring in Welcome to ASSIST.Required Courses for Admission:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 1A Calculus (4)|MATH G180 Calculus 1 (5)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 1B Calculus (4)|MATH G185 Calculus 2 (5)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 53 Multivariable Calculus (4)|MATH G280 Calculus 3 (5)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 54 Linear Algebra and (4)|MATH G285 & Introduction to (5)Differential Equations | Linear Algebra and| Differential| Equations|MATH G235 Applied Linear (4)| AlgebraThis is Diablo Valley College's chart for Berkeley transferring in Welcome to ASSIST.Required Courses for Admission:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 1A Calculus (4)|MATH 192 Analytic Geometry and (5)| Calculus I--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 1B Calculus (4)|MATH 193 Analytic Geometry and (5)| Calculus II--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 53 Multivariable Calculus (4)|MATH 292 Analytic Geometry and (5)| Calculus III--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 54 Linear Algebra and (4)|MATH 194 & Linear Algebra (3)Differential Equations |MATH 294 Differential Equations (5)then some colleges offer like this.Required Courses for Admission:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 1A Calculus (4)|MATH 3A Calculus I (5)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 1B Calculus (4)|MATH 3B Calculus II (5)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 53 Multivariable Calculus (4)|MATH 3C Calculus III (5)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------MATH 54 Linear Algebra and (4)|MATH 3E & Linear Algebra (3)Differential Equations |MATH 3F Differential Equations (3)The colleges that I studied offer by number (ex. 192 , 193 ) and some offer by way of Aand Blike UCB, (ex. 3A, 3B). So, I wonder that if they offer by number, it does notmatter whether I took each math series at different colleges or not andif they offer by way of A and B like UCB, it is matter whether I take same college or not.The issue from this part,If a series of courses at a community college is required (e.g., English 1A + 1B+ 103 = English R1A and R1B), all the courses in the series must be completed,and must (unless otherwise indicated) be completed at the same communitycollege. Partial completion (e.g., 2 of the 3 required courses) will result inzero credit toward the requirement(s), and the applicant will NOT be consideredfor admission.Actually, this part is hard to find what they want to say, I mean that I canfigure out this part is related to the series of courses, but I can not understandwhat is the rule. Especially, English 1A + 1B + 103 <---- this part makes meconfuse, because this kind of combination is not normal, so I think that thsi cannot be the example to cover normal situation like below example.ENGLISH R1A Reading and (4)|ENGL 120 College Composition (3)Composition | and Reading--------------------------------------------------------------------------------ENGLISH R1B Reading and (4)|ENGL 122 Introduction to (3)Composition | Literature| OR|ENGL 124 Advanced Composition: (3)| Critical Reasoning and| WritingorENGLISH R1A Reading and (4)|EWRT 1A Composition and (5)Composition | Reading| OR|EWRT 1AH Composition and (5)| Reading - HONORS--------------------------------------------------------------------------------ENGLISH R1B Reading and (4)|EWRT 1B Reading, Writing and (5)Composition | Research| OR|EWRT 2 Critical Reading, (5)| Writing and Thinking| OR|EWRT 1BH Reading, Writing and (5)| Research - HONORS| OR|EWRT 2H Critical Reading, (5)| Writing and Thinking -| HONORSIn conclusion, I want to know that if I want to get math course completion,I have to retake calculus 1,2 and 3 again or not. If I do not have to retake,I also want to know taking courses separately in different community college in Californiawill act negatively in the admission process.Sorry to my lack of English writing skill.Thanks to read!

Can women lead prayers in synagogue?

Yes, of course. There are many women rabbis. The last rabbi we had before our current one was a woman. About 25% of the rabbis in the Reform and Conservative movements are women. You could read about it in “The Sacred Calling: Four Decades of Women in the Rabbinate”. It is 776 pages and written in 2016.Rabbis are not priests. Judaism is not like Catholicism. Rabbis are not and have never been an intermediary between humans and God. This ideais considered outside the bounds of Jewish thought. They are not considered to be imbued with special powers or abilities. They are scholars, teachers and leaders.The only statistics for how many there are today that I can find are from ten years ago in 2007. At that time there were 829 women rabbis in the US. That represented about 16% of the 5,000 rabbis functioning in the United States.Since orthodox seminaries will not ordain women, the proportion of women rabbis for the three branches of Judaism that do so is a good deal higher. There were about 1,800 orthodox rabbis in the U.S. in 2007. None of them were women. There is however Rabba Sara Hurwitz who some consider the first Modern Orthodox woman rabbi.There were 1,800 rabbis serving Reform congregations, 1,175 belonged to the Conservative movement, and 250 are members of Reconstructionist Judaism. Therefore, around 25% of non-orthodox rabbis were women in America in 2007.The Conservative seminary had 120 applicants in 2006, of whom 67 were women. The seminary accepted 48 female and 33 male applicants, so that 60% of all graduates of the class of 2010 were women.Asenath Barzani (1590–1670) is considered the first ever woman rabbi. She was Kurdish Jewish and lived in Mosul. She was the daughter of Rabbi Samuel ben Nethanel HaLevi Barzani.Rachel ("Ray") Frank (b. 1861 in San Francisco, d. 1948) was the first US Jewish religious leader. She made her name as a "latter-day Rebecca." She was the first Jewish woman to preach from the pulpit in America and was known for her ability to bring feuding Jewish religious factions together. Gertrude Stein and Judah Leon Magnes were among her students. In 1890 she delivered a sermon on the eve of Yom Kippur in Spokane. She was called "the Girl Rabbi of the Golden West" although she was not ordained.In 1921, Martha Neumark was not ordained but tried to be, and the result was that there was a ruling that in principle, “woman cannot justly be denied the privilege of ordination”.Regina Jonas (1902–1944) became the first ordained rabbi anywhere in 1935, in Berlin. She wrote a thesis with the topic "Can a Woman Be a Rabbi According to Halachic Sources?”. She was murdered in Auschwitz.When Paula Ackerman's husband, William Ackerman, died in 1950, his congregation, the Reform Temple Beth Israel of Meridian, Mississippi, requested that she succeed him. Thus, Paula Ackerman became the first female spiritual leader of a mainstream Jewish congregation in the United States.The first ordained woman rabbi in the US was in 1972. Sally Priesand. She is in the center of this photoIn 1976 Michal Mendelsohn became the first presiding female rabbi in a North American congregation when she was hired by Temple Beth El Shalom in San Jose, California.The first Conservative woman rabbi was in 1985, Amy Eilberg.Rabbi Naamah Kelman became the first woman rabbi in Israel in 1992.The current president of Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR), founded 1889, is a woman rabbi, Rabbi Denise Eger. Rabbi Eger was ordained in 1988 at the New York campus of Hebrew Union College,Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Ph.D. is the president of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College and Jewish Reconstructionist CommunitiesRabbi Julie Schonfeld is the Executive Vice President of the Rabbinical Assembly. The RA is the international membership association of Conservative/Masorti rabbis.

Is it difficult to secure employment as an instructor (and hopefully as a professor someday) in an English department at a US university with a Canadian PhD?

Do Canadian PhD holders get employed in the US academic positions?I don’t think citizenship will pose a huge problem—get hired and the school will work with INS to facilitate your green card.Here’s the thing—it’s hard for a native born US citizen with a PhD in English to land a tenure-track faculty spot. Supply exceeds demand.That said, you don’t need to give up, you need to plan and focus.First, understand that there are different types of colleges in the USA. To maximize your odds of getting hired, you need to aim for one of them.Community colleges. This is the stratum I aimed for, and more specifically for a mid-sized semi-rural one. In this enrivonment you’ll teach more classes (typically 15 credit hours or five classes per term) and you’ll not be expected to publish research. If you are going after a job in one of the larger community colleges like Miami-Dade or Golden West, you’ll need to specialize in something that they need for their first- and second-year courses: it helps if you can offer expertise in developmental English, technical writing, basic composition. In a mid-sized or smaller CC, they like to have people who can cross over and teach in various disciplines, such that my MA in theatre, PhD in commuunication, and significant grad-level work in other humanistic disciplines cam in handy when they suddenly needed to staff a section. There’s now an English prof holding down the theatre classes and he’s also a great pianist. So you will want to geta a good generalist’s curriculum on your transcript and pick up at least a cognate in a related discipline. For this level you’ll want to get involved in the National Council of Teachers of English (tho’ note that some will also join the MLA).Liberal arts colleges. These are four-year institutions, usually with little or no graduate level instruction, often private. In this environment you’d teach 4 classes a term, and you’d need to be able to cover pretty much every class in the English major’s curriculum. They’ll expect some scholarly acticity tho’ confeerence presentations would count. The focus here is still on education so the NCTE would probably be your professional association.Research universities. These are the institutions that offer graduate programs. Here you’ll have to specialize in a particular area of English literature or rhetoric. You’d commonly teach fewer hours—six to nine a term is typical, and in some rare occasions a professor will teach no classes at all in a term. Here your success depends on research and publication, so as early as possible (preferably while you’re still in school) you want to get some journal srticles accepted. Your professional association will be the MLA.Let me share my own story as an example. As noted, I had my sights set on community college education. From my own research I knew that there would be perhaps 12–15 full time position openings per year nation-wide, and I anticipated (corrrectly) that I’d be up against over 100 other applicants. But I had focused on community college preparation from day 1 of my PhD program, so (despite the objections of the graduate faculty) I had a transcript with the mainstream topics for community college classes, plus a course in community colleges. I was active in my professional associations and was chair-elect of the community college section of my regional association. I had five strong letters of recommendation from department chairs, basic course directors, and the president of the national association. I went into my interviews wearing a lapel button from the AACC that read |I heart community college”. And if I do say so, I’m pretty good in an interview. So after four interviews I’d gotten 3 offers, accepted one, and had to write to the other dozen or so places where I’d applied to inform them I was no longer available.Wishing you similar fortunes.

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