Technology Discoveries, innovations, Know-How and inventions, whether patentable or not, including computer software, recognized under U.S. law as intellectual creations to which rights of ownership accrue, including, but not limited to, patents, trade secrets, maskworks and copyrights developed under this Agreement.
Technology License 4.1 Unless any event described in Article 2.2 or 2.3 of this Agreement occurs, all of the technology required to be licensed for any of Party B’s business shall be provided by Party A on an exclusive basis. Party A will try its best to license Party B to use the technology owned by Party A, or re-license Party B to use the technology as approved by the owner.
Science The content in the sequence of BSC 1010C and BSC 1011C is comparable to the standards for Biology 1 and therefore if both are completed may be used as preparation for the associated EOC. NFCC Course Course Title High School credit awarded AST 1002 Introduction to Astronomy 0.5 AST 1002/AST 1002L Introduction to Astronomy + Introduction to Astronomy Lab 1.0 BOT 2010C General Botany 1.0 BSC 1005C Introduction to Biology (non- majors course) 1.0 BSC 1010C Principles of Biology I 1.0 BSC 1011 Principles of Biology II 1.0 BSC 1050 Man & Environment 0.5 BSC 2084C Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology 1.0 BSC 2085C Anatomy & Physiology I 1.0 BSC 2086C Anatomy & Physiology II 1.0 CHM 1033C Survey of Chemistry 1.0 CHM 1045/CHM 1045L General Chemistry I + General Chemistry I Lab 1.0 CHM 1046/CHM 1046L General Chemistry II + General Chemistry II Lab 1.0 CHM 2210 Organic Chemistry I 0.5 CHM 2210/CHM2210L Organic Chemistry I + Organic Chemistry I Lab 1.0 CHM 2211 Organic Chemistry II CHM 2211/CHM2211L Organic Chemistry II + Organic Chemistry I Lab 1.0 EVR 1001 Introduction to Environmental Science 0.5 MCB 2010C Microbiology 1.0 PHY 1020C Fundamentals of Physics 1.0 PHY 2048/PHY2048L Physics I with Calculus + Physics I with Calculus Lab 1.0 PHY 2049/PHY2049L Physics II with Calculus + Physics II with Calculus Lab 1.0 PHY 1053/PHY 1053L General Physics I + General Physics I Lab 1.0 PHY 1054/PHY 1054L General Physics II + General Physics II Lab 1.0 PSC 1341C Physical Science I 1.0 ZOO 2010C General Zoology 1.0 SOCIAL STUDIES The content of the sequence of AMH 2010 and AMH 2020 is comparable to the standard for United States History and therefore if both are completed may be used as preparation for the EOC assessment. NFCC Course Course Title High School credit awarded AMH 2010 American History I 0.5 AMH 2020 American History II 0.5 POS 2041 American National Government 0.5 WOH 1012 World History to 1600 0.5 WOH 1022 World History Since 1600 0.5 ECO 2013 Macroeconomics 0.5 ECO 2023 Microeconomics 0.5 ELECTIVES Three credit hour (or equivalent) postsecondary courses taken through dual enrollment offered at NFCC not listed in previous subject area lists shall be awarded at least 0.5 high school elective credits. For those listed below that are part of a postsecondary career/technical program of study at NFCC (Technical Certificate (CCC), AS, or ATD) the designated HS credit is at least 0.5 elective credit for those courses that are 3 or more credit hours. Only NFCC programs have been listed for courses that are either AA General Education options or where that course is a program requirement. Courses that are fewer than 3 credit hours are not listed. NFCC course NFCC program (s) Course Title High School credit awarded XXX 0000 XX General Education/Social Science History of Florida 0.5 XXX 0000 XX General Education/Social Science African-American History & Culture 0.5 ACG 2021 AA Business Emphasis, AS Business Administration, AS Accounting TechnologyManagement, CCC Business Operations, CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship, CCC Accounting Technology Management, CCC Accounting Technology Operations, CCC Accounting Technology Specialist Introduction to Financial Accounting 0.5 ACG 2071 AA Business Emphasis; AS Business Administration, AS Accounting Technology Management, CCC Business Operations: Accounting/Budgeting Operations; CCC Accounting Technology Operations, CCC Accounting Technology Management Introduction to Managerial Accounting 0.5 ACG 2104 AS Accounting Technology Management Intermediate Accounting I 0.5 ACG 2114 AS Accounting Technology Management Intermediate Accounting II 0.5 ACG 2450 AS Business Administration, AS Accounting Technology Management, CCC Human Resources Administrator; CCC Accounting Technology Management, CCC Accounting Technology Operations, CCC Accounting Technology Specialist Microcomputers in Accounting 0.5 APA 2501 AS Accounting Technology Management; CCC Accounting Technology Management Payroll accounting 0.5 TAX 2000 AS Accounting Technology Management; CCC Accounting Technology Management Individual Income Tax 0.5 BUL 2241 AS Business Administration, AS Accounting Technology Management, CCC Human Resources Administrator, CCC Business Operations; CCC Human Resource Administrator Legal Environment of Business 0.5 CCJ 1020 AA General Education/Social Sciences; AS Criminal Justice Technology Introduction to Criminal Justice 0.5 CCJ 2010 CCC Criminal Justice Technology Specialist Nature of Crime 0.5 CCJ 2022 AS Criminal Justice Technology; CCJ Criminal Justice Technology Specialist Concepts & Issues in Criminal Justice 0.5 CCJ 2350 Correctional Facility Organization/Operations 0.5 CCJ 2053 AS Criminal Justice Technology Criminal Justice Ethics 0.5 CET 1171C CCC Network Security IT Essentials 0.5 CET 1600C CCC Network Security Cisco Introduction to Networks 0.5 CET 1610C CCC Network Security Cisco Routing and Switching Essentials 0.5 CET 2615C CCC Network Security Cisco Scaling Networks 0.5 CET 2620C CCC Network Security Cisco Connecting Networks 0.5 CGS 1100C AA Business Emphasis; AS Business Administration, AS Accounting Technology Management, CCC Business Operations, CCC Human Resources Administrator, AS Digital Media/Multimedia and related CCC’s, CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship, CCC Accounting Technology Management, CCC Accounting Technology Operations CCC Criminal Justice Technology Specialist Computer Applications I 0.5 CGS 1520 AS Digital Media/Multimedia Technology Multimedia Programming 0.5 CGS 1930C CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship Computer Science Special Topics 0.5 CGS 2515 AS Accounting Technology Management; CCC Accounting Technology Management Spreadsheet Applications for Business 0.5 CGS 2571C AS Business Administration Computer Applications II 0.5 CHD 2220 Child Growth and Development 0.5 CIS 2381C CCC Network Security Computer Forensics and Investigations 0.5 CIS 2352C CCC Network Security Ethical Hacking I 0.5 CJE 1301 Police Patrol Operations 0.5 CJE 2300 Police Administration and Operations 0.5 CJL 1100 AS Criminal Justice Technology Criminal Law 0.5 CJL 2062 AS Criminal Justice Technology Constitutional Law 0.5 CJL 2500 AS Criminal Justice Technology America’s Courts and the Criminal Justice System 0.5 CJE 1600 ; CCC Criminal Justice Technology Specialist Criminal Investigations 0.5 CTS 1120C CCC Network Security Security+ 0.5 CTS 1387C CCC Network Security Linux/Unix Fundamentals 0.5 CTS 2664C CCC Network Security CCNA Security 0.5 CLP 1140 Abnormal Psychology 0.5 DEP 2004 AA General Education/Social Science Human Development 0.5 ECO 2013 AA General Education Business Emphasis, CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship Macroeconomics 0.5 ECO 2023 AA General Education Business Emphasis; AS Accounting Technology Management; AS Business Administration; CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship Microeconomics 0.5 EDF 2005 AA Education Emphasis Introduction to the Teaching Profession 0.5 EDF 2085 AA Education Emphasis Introduction to Diversity for Educators 0.5 EDP 2002 Educational Psychology 0.5 EME 2040 AA Education Emphasis, CCC Digital Media/Multimedia Instructional Technology Specialization Introduction to Technology for Educators 0.5 EMS 1119 ATD Emergency Medical Technician Emergency Medical Technician I 1.0 EMS 1119L ATD Emergency Medical Technician Emergency Medical Technician I Lab 0.5 ENT 1000 AS Business Administration, CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship; AS Digital Media/Multimedia Technology Introduction to Entrepreneurship 0.5 FIN 1100 Personal Finance 0.5 FIN 2000 AS Accounting Technology Management, AS Business Administration Principles of Finance 0.5 GEB 1011 AS Business Administration, AS Accounting Technology Management, CCC Human Resources Administrator, CCC Business Operations, AS Digital Media/Multimedia Technology; CCC Accounting Technology Management; CCC Accounting Technology Operations; CCC Accounting Technology Specialist; Introduction to Business 0.5 GEB 1136 AS Business Administration, CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship Introduction to e-Business 0.5 GEB 2430 Business Ethics GEB 2930 AS Business Administration, AS Accounting Technology Management; CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship Business Administration Capstone 0.5 GRA1213 Basic Electronic Imaging 0.5 GRA 1952 AS Digital Media/Multimedia Technology Portfolio Review 0.5 GRA 2117C AS Digital Media/Multimedia, CCC’s Authoring, Production, and Web Specializations Computer Assisted Graphic Design 0.5 GRA 2121C AS Digital Media/Multimedia Publication Design 0.5 GRA 2131C AS Digital Media/Multimedia and related CCC’s Electronic Imaging 0.5 GRA 2140C AS Digital Media/Multimedia Interactive Media 0.5 GRA 2143C AS Digital Media/Multimedia, CCC Web Production Specialization Advanced Web Design 0.5 GRA 2144C AS Digital Media/Multimedia and related CCC’s Fundamentals of Web Design 0.5 GRA 2160C AS Digital Media/Multimedia, CCC’s Production and Web Production Specializations Computer Animation 0.5 GRA 2207C AS Digital Media/Multimedia Advanced Electronic Imaging HSC 1531 Medical Terminology for Allied Health 0.5 HUM 1020 AA General Education Introduction to Humanities 0.5 HUM 2210 AA General Education Humanities General Humanities I 0.5 HUM 2230 AA General Education Humanities General Humanities II 0.5 HUN 2201 Fundamentals of Human Nutrition 0.5 LIT 2020 AA General Education Humanities/Literature Short Story 0.5 MAN 2021 AS Business Administration, AS Accounting Technology Management, CCC Human Resources Administrator, CCC Business Operations Management Specialization Principles of Management 0.5 MAR 2011 AS Business Administration, CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship Principles of Marketing 0.5 MAT 1033 Intermediate Algebra 0.5 MNA 2100 AS Business Administration, CCC Human Resources Administrator; CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship Human Resources Relations in Management 0.5 OST 2335 AS Business Administration, AS Accounting Technology Management, CCC Business Operations, CCC Human Resources Administrator, AS Digital Media/Multimedia Technology, CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship, CCC Accounting Technology Management, CCC Accounting Technology Operations, CCC Accounting Technology Specialist; CCC Criminal Justice Technology Specialist Business Communication 0.5 PGY 2401 AS Digital Media/Multimedia Technology Introduction to Photography 0.5 PHI 2010 AA General Education Humanities Introduction to Philosophy 0.5 PSY 2012 AA General Education /Social Sciences/Education/Business emphasis AA Nursing Emphasis, AS Criminal Justice Technology, AS Digital Media/Multimedia General Psychology 0.5 REL 2300 AA General Education Humanities Introduction to World Religion 0.5 SBM 2000 AS Business Administration, CCC Business Operations Small Business Management; CCC Business Development and Entrepreneurship Small Business Management 0.5 SYG 1000 AA General Education /Social Sciences; AS Criminal Justice Technology Introductory Sociology 0.5 SYG 2010 AA General Education /Social Sciences, Social Problems 0.5 SYG 2322 AS Criminal Justice Technology; CCC Criminal Justice Technology Specialist Juvenile Delinquency 0.5 SYG 2323 AS Criminal Justice Technology Introduction to Criminology 0.5 SYG 2430 Marriage and the Family 0.5 WOH 2040 AA General Education History/Social Sciences World History in the 20th Century 0.5 SLS 1103 Strategies for Academic Success 0.5 Appendix D 2016 – 2017 Academic Calendar TRADITIONAL TERM 2016 Term I Comments August 22 & 23 Faculty Planning Days August 24 Classes Begin Sept. 5 LABOR DAY Holiday Nov. 11 VETERANS DAY Holiday Nov. 24 & 25 THANKSGIVING Holidays Dec. 2 Classes End Dec. 5 – 8 Final Exams Dec. 12 Grades Due Dec. 9, 12, 13 Faculty Planning Days Dec. 13 Term Ends. Commencement, 7 pm 2017 Term II Comments Jan. 2 & 3 Faculty Planning Days Jan. 4 Classes Begin Jan. 16 XXXXXX XXXXXX XXXX Holiday Feb. 20 PRESIDENTS DAY Holiday March 13 – 17 SPRING BREAK Apr. 20 Classes End Apr. 21 – 26 Final Exams Apr 28 Grades Due Apr. 27, 28, May 1, 2 Faculty Planning Days May 2 Term Ends. Commencement, 7 pm 2017 Term III Comments May 8 Classes Begin May 29 MEMORIAL DAY Holiday July 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY Holiday July 18 Classes End July 19 & 20 Final Exams July 25 Grades Due. Term Ends NON-TRADITIONAL TERMS (e.g. Weekend College, Mini-mesters) NONE APPENDIX E 2016 -2017 Academic Year North Florida Community College Dual Enrolled Cost per Credit Hour Taught on NFCC Campus by NFCC Instructor $71.98/credit hour/vocational credit hour Video Conference Delivery from NFCC Campus to High School Campus Instructional Cost Less Public School Instructional Cost for Facilitator 71.98 - (($17.04 * 15 weeks)/13)*$1.0765) $21.16 Total Cost $50.82 Consumable Materials for EMT Background check and fingerprinting $60.00 Materials $215.41 Total $275.41 Consumable Materials for ECPC Background check and fingerprinting $60.00 Course pack $24.00 Total $84.00
Cornerstone shall use its best efforts to register or qualify such shares under such other securities or "blue sky" laws of such jurisdictions as the LLC reasonably requests and do any and all other acts and things which may be reasonably necessary or advisable to enable the LLC to consummate the disposition in such jurisdictions of the Registered Shares (provided that Cornerstone shall not be required to (i) qualify generally to do business in any jurisdiction in which it would not otherwise be required to qualify but for this Section 6.9, (ii) subject itself to taxation in any such jurisdiction, or (iii) consent to general service of process in any such jurisdiction).
S.A 59:13-1 et seq. as well as all the provisions in this contract.
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VOETSTOOTS The PROPERTY is sold:
Research, Science and Technology Cooperation 1. The aims of cooperation in research, science and technology, carried out in the mutual interest of the Parties and in compliance with their policies, will be: (a) to build on existing agreements already in place for cooperation on research, science and technology; (b) to encourage, where appropriate, government agencies, research institutions, universities, private companies and other research organizations in the Parties to conclude direct arrangements in support of cooperative activities, programs or projects within the framework of this Agreement, specially related to trade and commerce; and (c) to focus cooperative activities towards sectors where mutual and complementary interests exist, with special emphasis on information and communication technologies and software development to facilitate trade between the Parties. 2. The Parties will encourage and facilitate, as appropriate, the following activities including, but not limited to:
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New Technology The Company and the Union agree that it is to their mutual benefit and sound economic and social goals to utilize the most efficient machines, processes, systems, methods and/or materials. In this way, the Company will be able to compete effectively in the marketplace. In order that employees can better prepare themselves for the skill requirements of the future and in its fulfillment of its obligation to provide information to the Union, the Company will provide notification to the Union full-time Business Representative or his designee of the Company's plans for the introduction of new technology which may affect the employees. This notification will inform the Union of anticipated schedules of introduction of new technology, and will identify areas of skill impacts and any training programs, which may be associated with those impacts. The Union and its representatives will protect the confidentiality of Company sensitive and proprietary information disclosed in the notification. The Company will provide employees in the affected classification(s) in the bargaining unit the opportunity to volunteer for the training. If in its sole discretion the Company decides to provide training, the most senior employee in the applicable classification who volunteers will be selected for training.