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Nicci Obert
Worked at University of Illinois School of Molecular and Cellular Biology
Attended Southeast Missouri State University
Lives in Galveston, TX
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If we want to fight inequality in America, then we need more than the financial measures talked about in Occupy Wall Street. My new column argues that the single most important step to greater fairness and equity would be early childhood education, and that it might pay for itself in reduced crime and public costs. Read the column, and spread the word. And let me know if you agree or disagree, and why. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/20/opinion/occupy-the-classroom.html
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Cajun Country Swamp Tours
1226 n. Berard St., Par Rd.170 and Par Rd 115, Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
Butch provided an amazing and educational tour, and managed to show us plenty of gators, even on an unseasonably chilly morning :) His exposition on the ecology of the was thorough and engaging and peppered with anecdotes and Acadian charm. Absolutely recommend!!
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Researchers Use Brain Scans to Translate Thoughts Into Words
Word Associations Color-coded figures illustrate the probability of words within a Wikipedia article about the object actually ...
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James 1:27 "Religion that God or father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world."

Church, rise up! These are widows and orphans in distress; do what the governments and powers that be can't or won't do.

ONE » A crisis with a female face
http://www.one.org/blog/2011/08/16/a-crisis-with-a-female-face/
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Education
  • Southeast Missouri State University
    BA English, 1993 - 1997
  • Southeast Missouri State University
    BS Biology, 1993 - 1997
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Gender
Female
Other names
Nicole Schoob, Nicci Schoob
Work
Occupation
Biologist, Educator, Freelance writer/editor
Employment
  • University of Illinois School of Molecular and Cellular Biology
    Course Coordinator, 1997 - 2006
  • Texas A&M University at Galveston
    2006 - 2008
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Currently
Galveston, TX
Previously
Houston, TX - Joliet, IL - Urbana, IL - Chicago, IL - Cape Girardeau, MO - London, England
Butch provided an amazing and educational tour, and managed to show us plenty of gators, even on an unseasonably chilly morning :) His exposition on the ecology of the was thorough and engaging and peppered with anecdotes and Acadian charm. Absolutely recommend!!
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reviewed a year ago
We reserved a non-smoking with two double beds to accommodate two adults and two children. We arrived to a smoking room with one bed and were told that we would be charged for one twin rollaway bed if we decided we needed it. The room was rank with stale smoke. We found two dead crickets and one live one in the bathroom. The coffee maker was broken. The free breakfast was acceptable, but the person restocking the breakfast items was the same person working the front desk, which caused holdups in both areas. I will never stay here again and do not recommend this hotel.
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Quality: Poor to fairFacilities: Poor to fairService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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