Data collected for internal departmental, school, or other Institutional administrative purposes (teaching evaluations, customer service surveys, etc.) is not human subjects research.Information gathering interviews where questions focus on things, products or policies rather than about people or their thoughts regarding themselves are not human subjects research.Maricopa County Community Colleges District, RNL Design and CORE Construction. "This is the beginning of a new phase for GCC North;' said Alberto Sanchez, vice president of student services. Included in the upgrade is a new student .services building, named Chinle; which houses an advisement and enrollment center, a bookstore, a cafete ria, and a fitness cente r. a new information building, will house the library media center and _technology commons."This project is like the birth of one of my own c hildren, o n Jy much better on my pocketbook." GCC North, located at 5727 Happy Va Jiey Rd., has increased the site four-fold by adding 67,000 sq. There is also a new instruction building, dubbed Dinnebito, containing classrooms and labs for biology, chemistry, and physical sciences; classes which have never been offered at the campus before. The fourth new building is titled El Capitan, which serves the energy needs fo t the campus. VOLLEYBAIJ..'S BRITIANY CLARK GARNERS RECOGNITION for the week ending Aug.
Research is gathering information or data in a systematic way to draw generalizable conclusions or otherwise develop or add to a body of knowledge (US code 2(f).The goal of the MCC College Research Review Committee (CRRC) is to review all research that is proposed by faculty, MCC students or outside individuals to be conducted on human subjects at Mesa Community College.The purpose of the committee is to assure the protection of the subjects and compliance with federal regulations.The project, funded by a 2004 bond initiative, took I 5 months to comple te from inception to construction. 31, setter Brittany Clark was named the NJCAA Region I Division II Player of the Week.But "the project was years in the making," said Dee Dee Denslow, GCC North Dean, "and (was! The honor came after a week in which Clark lead Glendale in a 3-game sweep over Scottsdale with a .529 hitting percentage, 23 digs and 26 assists.