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Another issue is the reliance on automated resume software. HR likes it because it reduces HR labor costs, and graduates seem to like it since it seems like they are working on getting a job. However, I have never seen anyone get a job through these. And on the hiring side, I have never received a qualified resume from one of these systems. The software is junk! To get a job, the old fashioned method of networking (and bypassing HR), e.g., talking on the phone, seems to work best for all involved.
Dr Adams has a rating of 4.4 on RateMyProfessors. And that is despite a low easiness rating. That is an excellent score. As for his legacy, I'll leave that one of the reviewers: "Most awsome professor at UNCW. I would recommend him to anyone interested in learning, specifically about things that are important in life. He does not disappoint!."
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The Trees

Professor Russ Wrote: Feb 24, 2014 9:25 AM
Sugar maples do grow in North Carolina, chiefly in the mountains of western North Carolina. But there are reports of sugar maples in some Piedmont counties as well. See link below. If the tree is wild, it probably is a red maple, which are common in the area. http://plants.usda.gov/java/county?state_name=North%20Carolina&statefips=37&symbol=ACSA3
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