Where acceptance is all there is
Good evening Alopecia World!
First, I hope that everyone in the path of the Southern #Snowmageddon is safe and warm, along with their loved ones!
Second, I have a request to make of our community:
One of the great things about being a part of such a wonderful community as ours is the breadth of life experience our members bring to not only our journey with alopecia, but also our professional and our personal lives. At this time, I am asking for the membership to share a little of that experience with me:
For my graduate Statistics class, my Learning Team is conducting a survey. The purpose of this survey is to determine if students at not-for-profit institutions (i.e. Vanderbilt, Harvard, Yale, Oxford, Cambridge, etc.) receive a better education than students who attend for-profit institutions (i.e. University of Phoenix, Strayer University, DeVry, ITT Technical Institute, etc.) In addition, we want to determine if a perception exists that for-profit institutions provide a "lower quality" education than not-for-profit institutions.
If you would, please take a moment to complete our survey:
Your responses are completely anonymous, and will provide us with valuable input. In order to prepare and deliver our findings by February 24, 2014, we would like to have all responses in by February 22, 2014.
In the event you open the survey and find that the questionnaire does not apply to you personally, please feel free to forward the survey to any friends or family members that you believe would be able to complete the survey. If you live outside the US and Canada, if you have ever attended an institution of higher learning, this survey applies to you as well, so please feel free to take it!
Thank you very much for helping me to get one step closer to graduation! I truly appreciate it!
YoKasta M. Martinez, MBA (candidate)