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Negative Population Growth, Inc. (NPG) is a national nonprofit membership organization with over 30,000 members. It was founded in 1972 to educate the American public and political leaders regarding the devastating effects of overpopulation on our environment, resources, and standard of living. We believe that our nation is already vastly overpopulated in terms of the long-range carrying capacity of its resources and environment.

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Negative Population Growth, Inc. (NPG) is a national nonprofit membership organization. It was founded in 1972 to educate the American public and political leaders about the devastating effects of overpopulation on our environment, resources and standard of living. We believe that our nation is already vastly overpopulated in terms of the long-range carrying capacity of its resources and environment. We urgently need, therefore, a National Population Policy with the goal of eventually stabilizing our population at a sustainable level, far below today's. after an interim period of negative growth. Most politicians, big business and its supporting economists call for growth as a solution to all our problems. Apparently, they believe in perpetual growth, which is a mathematical absurdity on a finite planet. There must be limits. Science is demonstrating that human population and consumption in the United States and the world are already too large and are destroying the natural systems that support us. We must not simply stop population growth; we must turn it around . Since 1972, NPG has been making that case. We do not simply identify the problems, we propose solutions .

Increased fertility and continued population growth should be expected. Don Mann, President of Negative Population Growth (NPG) hails the release of a new NPG Forum Paper by chief researcher Ed Rubenstein, 1965 and All That: Federal Laws that Increase Population and Illegal Immigration[…]

Calls for Shift in Immigration Policy to Restore Fairness to the Labor Market Many observers have been voicing growing uneasiness about the degradation in the conditions facing America’s working and middle classes in the past few decades. To what degree are stagnating wages, decreasing prospects for mobility and the hollowing out of the middle class attributable to immigration? More importantly, what can we do to halt the worsening of the condition of the country’s workers?[…]

This ad appeared in the Washington Times Weekly starting April 16, 2018. As America prepares to celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd, you have a huge responsibility to make sure that large and small policies and actions on the federal, state and local level give top priority to environmental concerns. With our nation’s population continuing to soar by tens of millions of people each decade – and set to approach 400 million by 2050 – we members of Negative Population Growth appeal to you to do all you can to create a workable and responsible national population policy.[…]


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with us as a Non-Graduating (Exchange or Non-Exchange) student. Come and join students from leading universities all over the world for an enriching and rewarding experience at the National University of Singapore (NUS)!

Application and Admission to NUS Non-Graduating Programme

General Criteria for Non-Graduating (Exchange/Non-Exchange) Students

You must be a student registered at another University and have completed at least two semesters (one full year) of college/university level and must continue to assume this status throughout your intended duration of study at NUS under the non-graduating programme.

As English is the main language of instruction at the University (except for Asian/European studies where a good command of the respective Asian/European language is a pre-requisite), you must be proficient in the English language in order to benefit from your studies at NUS.

You are required to submit either the Test of English as a Foreign Language [TOEFL] or the International English Language Testing System [IELTS] result if you are:

The following requirements must be met:

These candidates may also be subject to a telephone interview.

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and be nominated by your home university. Please contact the relevant office at your university which is responsible for student exchange programmes, or our International Relations Office , to determine your eligibility.

If your home university does not have a formal exchange agreement with NUS or if you have not been selected by your home university to study abroad under an exchange agreement, you may apply as a fee paying Non-Exchange student. Non-Exchange students follow the same programme of study as incoming exchange students, except that they do not enjoy tuition fee waiver.

Programme of Study

Non-Graduating students studying at NUS may pursue the following:

Academic Matters


If you are an Exchange student, your tuition fee is generally waived. However, you are still required to pay for the Miscellaneous Student Fees.

If you are a Non-Exchange student, you are required to pay tuition fees as well as the Miscellaneous Student Fees.


Scholarships and Awards

Exchange students may refer to our International Relations Office for information on the availability of scholarships/awards. For Non-exchange coursework students, the University currently does not provide any scholarships/awards. For Non-exchange research students, please check with the department, to which you wish to be attached, for availability of sponsorship, if any.

Application Procedures

If you are applying for research attachment only, please submit your application at least 3 months prior to the commencement of your research period at NUS (the above deadlines do not apply).

An email acknowledgement will be sent to you upon receipt of your application and supporting documents.

Note: All applications must be submitted through the online application system. Late applications and incomplete applications (including those submitted online but with no supporting documents) will not be processed.

Non-Exchange students : Completed application documents must be sent to:

Registrar's Office (Non-Graduating Programme)National University of SingaporeUniversity Hall, Lee Kong Chian WingUHL #04-01, 21 Lower Kent Ridge RoadSingapore 119077

CSC scholars : Please send your application documents to the above address and indicate ‘CSC application’ and your NUS supervisor’s name on your package, unless otherwise specified by your host department.


Applicants offered a place in the Non-Graduating programme are required to register physically at NUS. Registration day is typically held one week before the semester commences, before Week 0 (for Semester 1) and before Week 1 (for Semester 2). Refer to the academic calendar . An orientation briefing for International Students will also be held in the same period.

Please refer to the schedule below.

Application Outcome

With the above application schedule, you will be notified of the outcome by mid-June (for those coming in August) or mid-November (for those coming in January).


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Telephone: (65) 6516 1476

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2018 TV-MA 1 Season

Reunited with her best friend’s younger brother, who’s back from a stint abroad, a recently dumped career woman begins to see him in a new light.

Starring: Son Ye-jin,Jung Hae-in,Jang So-yeon
Genres: TV Shows,International TV Shows,Korean TV Shows,Korean TV Dramas,Romantic TV Shows,TV Dramas

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Release Year: 2018

Reunited with her best friend's younger brother, who's back from a stint abroad, a recently dumped career woman begins to see him in a new light.

1. Episode 1


From a breakup to work stress, life isn't all that peachy for 35-year-old Jin-a. Meanwhile, Jun-hui arrives back in Korea after three years abroad.

2. Episode 2


One of Jin-a's co-workers takes a liking to Jun-hui. Jin-a's mom begins to worry because Jin-a isn't preparing to get married like others her age.

3. Episode 3


Gyu-min goes around saying that Jin-a likes Jun-hui, but no one believes him. Jun-hui seems to think Jin-a wants to get back together with Gyu-min.

4. Episode 4


Although happily in love, Jin-a still has concerns about her relationship. She volunteers to go on a business trip that no one else wants to take on.

5. Episode 5


Setting aside her guilt, Jin-a spends the night at Jun-hui's place. Back at work after the business trip, she gets called to Director Nam's office.

6. Episode 6


For Jun-hui, keeping his relationship a secret starts to get frustrating. President Jo asks the female employees to bring forth their grievances.

7. Episode 7


Seung-ho is angry with Jun-hui. Jin-a runs into issues while trying to replace her broken smartphone because the account is under Gyu-min's name.

8. Episode 8


When no one seems to know where Jin-a is, Jun-hui starts to panic. Worried for her safety, he tries to get hold of Gyu-min.

9. Episode 9


Refusing help from her dad and Jun-hui, Jin-a plans to break the news to her mom and Gyeong-seon herself, but it doesn't go as smoothly as she hoped.

10. Episode 10


As everyone predicted, Jin-a's mom reacts rather melodramatically to Jin-a's news, injuring herself and hurting others' feelings in the process.


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The BIBFRAME 2.0 implementation register is established to list BIBFRAME 2.0 implementations - existing, developing, and planned. See How to Register .

BIBFRAME 1.0 implementations that were previously listed are still listed at the bottom but will be deleted in the near future.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library

The project focused on the digital collection of the 19th century English novels at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library. By the end of the spring 2018 semester, the team completed the transformation of 7,829 items from Dublin Core to BIBFRAME 2.0, and completed a search interface demonstrating the feasibility of transforming enriching Dublin Core records to BIBFRAME 2.0 with linked open data to enhance discovery.

Link to UIUC Bibframe search interface

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BIBFRAME 2.0 at University of Illinois

Contact: Qiang Jin ([email protected]) Updated: June 28, 2018

Ex Libris, Alma

Alma is designed to ensure that your entire collection can be managed through a single interface and that you can continue to serve students, instructors, and researchers with a collection optimized for their needs. With Alma you can manage all the resource types your collections include within a single interface, including electronic, print, and digital. The full set of services will be supported for bibliographic data described using BIBFRAME or more classical descriptions based on MARC or DC, among others.

Status : All bibliographic records in Alma can be viewed and exported as BIBFRAME and can be accessed via a unique URI. Development will continue in 2018 2019.


Contact: Josh Weisman ([email protected]) Updated: April 24, 2018

URI enriched MARC records (automatic and cataloger controlled)

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