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first-generation

[¦fərst jen·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
Denoting electronic hardware, logical organization, and software characteristic of a first-generation computer.
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First-generation college students are characterized in the most underprivileged racial, income, and gender groups (Choy, 2001; Horn & Nunez, 2000; & Warburton et al., 2001).
The First Forward designation recognizes institutions of higher education "who have demonstrated a commitment to improving experiences and advancing outcomes of first-generation college students," according to a news release.
All freshmen who also are first-generation college students are invited to participate in the competition, which consists of two rounds:
Pilots of the first-generation E-Jets require only two-and-a-half days of training without the need for a full flight simulator in order to fly the E2, which decreases the training burden and saves both time and money for the airlines.
The highest cancer death rate was seen for third-generation U.S.-born participants, followed by second-generation participants with one U.S.-born parent and second-generation participants with both parents Mexico-born, with the lowest rate seen for first-generation immigrants (age-adjusted rates, 537, 526, 481, and 381 per 100,000, respectively).
The Ford First Gen @ Spelman College initiative provides a cohort of 50 first-generation, first-year students with personal and professional support services in order to improve graduation rates and enhance student success among the first-gen demographic, officials said.
There are two ways to examine and justify second-generation development: things to fix from a compromise-laden and often resource-constrained first-generation solution and things to overtly improve in the second-generation configuration.
In other words, despite the observed correlations between mothers' parenting styles across two generations with respect to all three styles of parenting, the reported parenting style of the second-generation mothers in the study was more authoritative and permissive, and less authoritarian, than the first-generation parenting style.
As that group increases, the portion of "first-generation students" (students whose parents did not go to college) decreases.
Public institutions might cite in-state to out-of-state comparisons For most, however, socioeconomic status is low on their list, if there at all, even though it is an important measure of diversity First-generation college students, neither of whose parents has a baccalaureate degree, make up 58% of college enrollments (Redford & Hoyer).
In 2016, first-generation Ashkenazi men who immigrated to Israel before 1989 topped the list with an average wage of NIS 17,640; after them were second-generation Ashkenazi men, with NIS 15,099; second-generation Mizrahi men followed with NIS 14,406; then first-generation Mizrahi men who immigrated before 1989, with NIS 12,761; Ashkenazi men who immigrated after 1990, with NIS 12,005; and first-generation Ashkenazi women who immigrated before 1989, with NIS 11,037.