Catherine Alligood - TestsForge Expert Profile
Gaining an education at the prestigious CMR Institute of Technology in Bangalore, India, Catherine Alligood is well qualified in his software development position at TestsForge. Previously, Catherine Alligood has spent time working as a database administrator. This experience allowed him to develop first-hand understanding of the importance of client/server database design, as well as the need for relational database design. Additionally, Catherine Alligood worked as engineer specializing in database management. Previous places of employment include Wipro Infotech and Netmagic Solutions. Catherine Alligood is working on the following certification exams now: HP0-S34 Implementing HP Rack and Tower Server Solutions, HP0-M55 ArcSight ESM Administrator, 350-080 CCIE Data Center Written, 642-447 Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Part 1, 1Y0-613 Citrix Access Suite 4.0: Analysis, HP0-703 Tru64 UNIX V5 Network Administration, JN0-202 Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate (JNCIA-M), 156-915.71 Check Point Certified Security Expert update blade, E22-128 EMC Legato Certified Networker 7.x Administrator (LCNA), 642-971 DCNID, HP0-759 HP ProCurve Combined Security and Mobility, HP0-Y18 ProCurve Secure Mobility Solutions, 650-987 Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Sales Specialist (PSDCUCAM) and 1D0-442 CIW Enterprise Specialist. Catherine Alligood also creates the website of greatlakesed . The Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship Through Education Network (GLISTEN) welcomes visitors to their website. Catherine Alligood has taken his passion to help the development of students and has joined GLISTEN in designing their website that showcases their work in with various STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) projects. GLISTEN engages undergraduate students by providing environmental service-learning opportunities in the areas of local government and community-based organizations. Visit the site today and see tomorrows leaders training to make a better environment for all of us.
1. Service learning is a great educational strategy, which combines educational concepts with providing valuable service to the community. The faculty Guide to Service Learning explains this method in great detail. Catherine Alligood has a PDF link to this document at the webpage of facultyguidetoservice-learning-newhampshirecampuscompact.pdf. … ….
2. Catherine Alligood has provided a PDF link to the leadership publication entitled A Guide to Student Leadership Development Through Service. This publication, which can be viewed at the webpage of aguidetostudentleadershipdevelopmentthroughservice.pdf, is produced in conjunction with Campus Compact for New Hampshire. … ….
3. GLISTEN is at work all throughout the Great Lakes Region and has clusters that include 4-year and 2-years higher education institutions, community-based organizations, and local governments. Catherine Alligood has put together a list of partnerships and regions where GLISTEN is involved. For more information on specific locations, please visit the webpage of clusters.cfm. …Each cluster also includes representatives from at least one informal science education venue, such as a science museum….
4. GLISTEN is committed to providing students with hands-on environmental service/learning opportunities. To capture their vision and mission in working with undergraduate students, please visit the “About” page that Catherine Alligood created at the webpage of about.cfm. …From Rochester, New York to Duluth, Minnesota, undergraduates at nearly 30 colleges and universities are enrolling in GLISTEN-affiliated STEM coursework….
5. The Community-Based Participatory Research movement is becoming more of a priority to build and maintain effective CBPR partnerships. To show how this developing is an effective tool for community-institutional partnerships, Catherine Alligood has provided a PDF link that includes the community-based research curriculum at the webpage of community-basedresearchcurriculum.