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The PATHS Certificate Program is your path ... The PATHS Certificate Program is a program offered at the Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M ...

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) What is the PATHS program? ... students are learning how to navigate independently within the Texas A&M community, ...

PATHS Program at Texas A&M University. 443 likes. The PATHS Certificate Program is offered at the CDD in Texas A&M University that will prepare...

Here's a great  article  sharing what our friend Courtney Kalaher is doing with the PATHS program at Texas A&M and with her community through her studio, Out Loud Dance in Houston. “Movement is a form of communication. For Courtney Kalaher, using that movement to create relationships and community among people with disabilities is critical.”  We couldn’t agree more. Thank you Courtney for all your amazing work!

This spring, TAMU Dance Faculty and 20 students travelled to Plano, TX to attend the 2017 South-Central American College Dance Association Conference. The conference offers dance classes all day long that our students were able to take part in. During this conference, five adjudication concerts take place where professionals in the dance field adjudicate dance works from different schools in the region. This year the TAMU Dance Program took two pieces to be adjudicated. The faculty work that was performed was  Sierra: Driving the Descent , choreographed by Carisa Armstrong and Christine Bergeron.

Christine Bergeron also served as the faculty advisor and mentor for the student work that attended ACDA. The student work,  Right and Ruin,  was choreograohed by Lauren Banowsky and Brooke Griffin.  Right and Ruin  began as Lauren Banowsky’s Composition II work. Brooke began collaborating with Lauren in Fall 2016 and the piece was performed initially at the senior concert, Voyage.  Right and Ruin  was chosen by the adjudicators to be performed in the Gala concert for the South-Central Conference.

In graph algorithms , the widest path problem is the problem of finding a path between two designated vertices in a weighted graph , maximizing the weight of the minimum-weight edge in the path. The widest path problem is also known as the bottleneck shortest path problem or the maximum capacity path problem . It is possible to adapt most shortest path algorithms to compute widest paths, by modifying them to use the bottleneck distance instead of path length. [1] However, in many cases even faster algorithms are possible.

A closely related problem, the minimax path problem , asks for the path that minimizes the maximum weight of any of its edges. It has applications that include transportation planning . [7] Any algorithm for the widest path problem can be transformed into an algorithm for the minimax path problem, or vice versa, by reversing the sense of all the weight comparisons performed by the algorithm, or equivalently by replacing every edge weight by its negation.

In an undirected graph , a widest path may be found as the path between the two vertices in the maximum spanning tree of the graph, and a minimax path may be found as the path between the two vertices in the minimum spanning tree. [8] [9] [10]

The PATHS Certificate Program is your path ... The PATHS Certificate Program is a program offered at the Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M ...

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) What is the PATHS program? ... students are learning how to navigate independently within the Texas A&M community, ...

PATHS Program at Texas A&M University. 443 likes. The PATHS Certificate Program is offered at the CDD in Texas A&M University that will prepare...

Here's a great  article  sharing what our friend Courtney Kalaher is doing with the PATHS program at Texas A&M and with her community through her studio, Out Loud Dance in Houston. “Movement is a form of communication. For Courtney Kalaher, using that movement to create relationships and community among people with disabilities is critical.”  We couldn’t agree more. Thank you Courtney for all your amazing work!

This spring, TAMU Dance Faculty and 20 students travelled to Plano, TX to attend the 2017 South-Central American College Dance Association Conference. The conference offers dance classes all day long that our students were able to take part in. During this conference, five adjudication concerts take place where professionals in the dance field adjudicate dance works from different schools in the region. This year the TAMU Dance Program took two pieces to be adjudicated. The faculty work that was performed was  Sierra: Driving the Descent , choreographed by Carisa Armstrong and Christine Bergeron.

Christine Bergeron also served as the faculty advisor and mentor for the student work that attended ACDA. The student work,  Right and Ruin,  was choreograohed by Lauren Banowsky and Brooke Griffin.  Right and Ruin  began as Lauren Banowsky’s Composition II work. Brooke began collaborating with Lauren in Fall 2016 and the piece was performed initially at the senior concert, Voyage.  Right and Ruin  was chosen by the adjudicators to be performed in the Gala concert for the South-Central Conference.

In graph algorithms , the widest path problem is the problem of finding a path between two designated vertices in a weighted graph , maximizing the weight of the minimum-weight edge in the path. The widest path problem is also known as the bottleneck shortest path problem or the maximum capacity path problem . It is possible to adapt most shortest path algorithms to compute widest paths, by modifying them to use the bottleneck distance instead of path length. [1] However, in many cases even faster algorithms are possible.

A closely related problem, the minimax path problem , asks for the path that minimizes the maximum weight of any of its edges. It has applications that include transportation planning . [7] Any algorithm for the widest path problem can be transformed into an algorithm for the minimax path problem, or vice versa, by reversing the sense of all the weight comparisons performed by the algorithm, or equivalently by replacing every edge weight by its negation.

In an undirected graph , a widest path may be found as the path between the two vertices in the maximum spanning tree of the graph, and a minimax path may be found as the path between the two vertices in the minimum spanning tree. [8] [9] [10]

It is offered through the Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University. Students with developmental disabilities are encouraged to also apply for the Bridge to Career program, which will provide further support to the students in the PATHS program. This two semester certificate program prepares graduates for employment in a career serving people with disabilities. 

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The PATHS Certificate Program is your path ... The PATHS Certificate Program is a program offered at the Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M ...

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) What is the PATHS program? ... students are learning how to navigate independently within the Texas A&M community, ...

PATHS Program at Texas A&M University. 443 likes. The PATHS Certificate Program is offered at the CDD in Texas A&M University that will prepare...

Here's a great  article  sharing what our friend Courtney Kalaher is doing with the PATHS program at Texas A&M and with her community through her studio, Out Loud Dance in Houston. “Movement is a form of communication. For Courtney Kalaher, using that movement to create relationships and community among people with disabilities is critical.”  We couldn’t agree more. Thank you Courtney for all your amazing work!

This spring, TAMU Dance Faculty and 20 students travelled to Plano, TX to attend the 2017 South-Central American College Dance Association Conference. The conference offers dance classes all day long that our students were able to take part in. During this conference, five adjudication concerts take place where professionals in the dance field adjudicate dance works from different schools in the region. This year the TAMU Dance Program took two pieces to be adjudicated. The faculty work that was performed was  Sierra: Driving the Descent , choreographed by Carisa Armstrong and Christine Bergeron.

Christine Bergeron also served as the faculty advisor and mentor for the student work that attended ACDA. The student work,  Right and Ruin,  was choreograohed by Lauren Banowsky and Brooke Griffin.  Right and Ruin  began as Lauren Banowsky’s Composition II work. Brooke began collaborating with Lauren in Fall 2016 and the piece was performed initially at the senior concert, Voyage.  Right and Ruin  was chosen by the adjudicators to be performed in the Gala concert for the South-Central Conference.

The PATHS Certificate Program is your path ... The PATHS Certificate Program is a program offered at the Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M ...

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) What is the PATHS program? ... students are learning how to navigate independently within the Texas A&M community, ...

PATHS Program at Texas A&M University. 443 likes. The PATHS Certificate Program is offered at the CDD in Texas A&M University that will prepare...


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