"Tisch School of the Arts takes full advantage of its location in New York City. Our campus stretches from Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village to studios in Manhattan and over to Brooklyn.
The main Tisch building at 721 Broadway is home to many of our creative and academic departments. Other locations include 111 Second Avenue (the school's original home) and 113 Second Avenue in the East Village, 665 Broadway, 194 Mercer Street, and 2 Metrotech Center in Brooklyn.
Spend time in any of these buildings, and you’ll find that while you’re surrounded by people who share your interest in a given discipline, you’re just a floor away from potential collaborators offering an entirely new perspective.
Explore our academic and studio spaces with this virtual tour of our buildings. You can navigate by choosing a location below and begin wandering through floors and departments. "
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"UCLA is 23-3, has one of the best players in America in Lonzo Ball, and boasts the best offense the sport has seen in the past 15 years. Based on everything the Bruins have going for them, they should be a legitimate national title contender.
They still might be, but there are two sides of the court. The Bruins rank 129th in the country in adjusted defensive efficiency, and if history holds up, that will prevent them from winning a national championship.
To be clear: UCLA can still win the title even if it doesn’t improve its defense – though it’s unlikely. The Bruins’ offense is that lethal. But Steve Alford’s squad would increase its margin for error if it merely became decent in stopping foes. As it stands, a cold perimeter shooting night would likely mean an early NCAA tournament exit.
Since 2002, here is every national champion and their final adjusted defensive efficiency ranking. The teams are listed from best to worst:
So, yeah, that table is bad news if you’re a UCLA fan. The good news: the 2016-17 Bruins have a better offense than any of the past 15 national champions; its 124.5 offensive rating edges out 2014-15 Duke, which posted a 122.5 mark. So while the worst defensive team on this list was more than 100 spots better than UCLA is this season, it doesn’t have as much ground to make up as the table may suggest. Still, improvement is likely needed.
2014-15 Duke is the blueprint. The Blue Devils struggled defensively all season long two years ago, but once the tournament started, Duke shifted Justise Winslow to power forward. From there, everything changed – the Blue Devils surrendered 56.3 points per game in the NCAA tournament, well below their season average.
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Basic Requirements for Eligibility:
If you are in high school but not old enough to apply, you may register with USNA. Once entered into the database, you will be forwarded information on the Naval Academy Summer Seminar during the winter of your junior year and be able to apply online during February and March. This application will also serve as a preliminary application to the Naval Academy.
A preliminary application must be submitted to become an official candidate for next year's entering class. If you have applied for our Summer Seminar program, please do not submit a preliminary application, as these two applications are the same.
After being designated as an official candidate for admission, all applicants will be notified by mail, typically in June before your senior year. Within your candidate letter will be important instructions on how to proceed with the application process.
The preliminary application form is for students who will be seniors next year, or for students who are current seniors or in college.
If you are not at least a junior in high school, you are too young to apply for this class and should register with USNA as a contact unless you have already done so.
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Mission and Vision
"The College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin prepares students for the creation, practice, study, criticism and teaching of the arts, in a context that emphasizes cultural diversity, community engagement and technical innovation.
The College is dedicated to advancing the arts through research and the creation of new work, preserving the past while striving to define the future of artistic traditions. It is committed to exploring the interrelationships among the arts and among other disciplines.
Through presenting performances and exhibitions, the College seeks to deepen the understanding of the arts, to expand audiences, and to enrich the quality of life at the university, in our community, our state, our nation and the world."
Programs and Research Centers
"The College of Fine Arts and its departments and units offer many ways for students, faculty and the public to engage with the arts. Explore how you can get involved in our many programs and research centers.
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"The National Merit® Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships that began in 1955. High school students enter the National Merit Program by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®)—a test which serves as an initial screen of approximately 1.6 million entrants each year—and by meeting published program entry and participation requirements.
Student Entry Requirements
To participate in the National Merit® Scholarship Program, a student must:
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The student's responses to items on the PSAT/NMSQT answer sheet that are specific to NMSC program entry determine whether the individual meets requirements to participate in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Click here to see NMSC program entry items on the PSAT/NMSQT answer sheet. Score reports provided for test takers and their schools indicate whether the student meets program entry requirements. A school official or the student should report immediately to NMSC any error or change in reported information that may affect participation..."
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"This tutorial is brought to you by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at UC Santa Barbara for the benefit of students, parents, and the financial aid community."
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Fine Arts Coach
Theresa has worked as a local Dance Instructor/Choreographer for the past twenty-eight years at Tammy Kim Dancers, Alvin, TX, and currently at Studio G Dance in Manvel, TX. Her choreography has produced top award -winning routines at National Competitions including Creed by John Michael Talbot; If I Were A Rich Man from FIDDLER ON THE ROOF; Clumsy by Fergie; Coffee Break from HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING; Too Darn Hot from KISS ME KATE; We Are In Love by Harry Connick, Jr.; The Hard Knock Life from ANNIE; and America from WEST SIDE STORY.
Theresa helped produce musicals at Alvin High School from 1990-2004, and acted as Assistant Director/Choreographer for GREASE, OKLAHOMA!, ANYTHING GOES, INTO THE WOODS, MY FAIR LADY, THE MUSIC MAN, ONCE UPON A MATTRESS, SHE LOVES ME, SUGAR, 42ND STREET, and KISS ME KATE. Theresa runs a Musical Theater Club at St. Mary Catholic School in League City, TX, where she recently wrote, directed, and choreographed two mini-musicals titled, HOPE CARRIES US THROUGH and GIRLS SEEKING HAPPINESS. Additionally, starting 2017, she will begin teaching dance at Texas A & M University Galveston.
Theresa also holds a BA in Theology from the University of St. Thomas, Houston, TX, and is currently pursuing Graduate Certification from the Theology of the Body Institute in PA. She has worked in Children’s Ministry, Youth Ministry, and Adult Ministry for the past twenty years, and is presently the Director of Adult Ministry at St. Mary Catholic Church in League City, TX, and serves as Promoter/Lecturer of Theology of the Body throughout the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.
Theresa coaches students in voice, dance and acting. She has said, "From the beginner to the advanced, they all have a place in art." She prepares students to compete for some of the most competitive university fine art departments throughout the country.
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"The Greater Houston Community Foundation (GHCF) administers a variety of unique scholarship funds that grant over $1 million annually to college students. The scholarship funds have been established by thoughtful and generous donors and each have a unique set of eligibility criteria and award structure."
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