An online library guide created for BUS1036F/S Evidence Based Management (EBM). Contains presentations which will
RoseLee Goldberg on Performance Art
RoseLee Goldberg, South African-born world authority on performance art, spoke at the Gordon Institute for Performi
P4 Klartext 20110131
Klartext handlar i dag om att en svensk turist har tagits fast och plågats av poliser i Egypten. Vi berättar också om att det nu är så oroligt där att många utlänningar vill lämna landet, men det saknas flygplan. Du får höra mer när du lyssnar på programmet.
Art Institute of Chicago Musecast: November 2008
Exhibition Focus: Listen as textile chair and curator Christa Thurman recounts the 40-year journey that culminated in The Divine Art: Four Centuries of European Tapestries.
Collection Connection: Catch curator Madhuvanti Ghose in the midst of installing the new Alsdorf Galleries of Indian, Southeast Asian, Himalayan, and Islamic Art.
Art Institute in the Community: Take to the streets of Chicago and hear historian and author Carl Smith discuss the stunning vision of Daniel Bur
Gov't and the Marketplace Seminar: Fisheries 01/26/2011 #3: Brian Rothschild
Managing the Commons:
The Case of Massachusetts Fisheries
Tundi Agardy, Director, Marine Ecosystem Services Program, Forest Trends
Brian J. Rothschild, Montgomery Charter Professor of Marine Science and Technology and the Co-Director of the Massachusetts Marine Fisheries Institute
Christopher J. Bosso, Professor and Associate Dean, School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University
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LEVER BROTHERS SUNLIGHT SOAP WORKS, Port Sunlight, Wirral, Merseyside. Photographed by Bedford Lemere & Co. in April 1897. Thousands of barrels of tallow and other soap ingredients stacked in rows, with factory buildings in the background left. This photograph was commissioned by Lever Brothers.
Duke Heart Center: Heart Attacks
Duke Heart Center designed a program to provide earlier care for heart attack patients that has saved many lives in North Carolina.
For more information, visit http://www.dukehealth.org/heart
På onsdagen handlade Klartext mest om Egypten. Deras president lovade att han ska lämna ifrån sig makten till hösten. Vi berättade också att en kraftig storm drabbar Australien.
About the Film "What's on Your Plate?"
In “What’s on Your Plate,” Sadie and Safiyah, who are two eleven-year-old, African-American city kids, go on this journey to understand their place in the food chain. The film is inspired by them looking at food and going around to stores and seeing, “Where does this food come from?” Like, “Why are we getting potatoes from Canada, when there are potatoes grown 100 miles away?” And along the way they talk to farmers and food activists and policy makers an
1.1 Environment in Ancient and Prehistoric time:
|Protection of environment was prevalent in our ancient Indian society. The concept of environment was best explained by the word Paryavarana, meaning something that envelops us. Some I|
Gypsy Airs: Anna JiEun Lee
In this performance video segment from From the Top at Carnegie Hall, Anna JiEun Lee plays a virtuosic piece for violin by Pablo de Sarasate called Zigeunerweisen (Gypsy Airs), accompanied by pianist Christopher O'Riley. Listen for elements that are quick and dance-like, and others that are slow and mournful, as well as harmonies reminiscent of folk music. The music of the gypsies of Eastern Europe was the inspiration for the piece. (04:41)
Dealing with The New Normal: Resilience in systems that must cope with uncertainty
Part of the School's intergrative seminar series. Delivered by Professor Patricia Hirl Longstaff, James Martin Senior Visiting Fellow, Professor, Syracuse University, Research Associate, Harvard Program on Information Resources Policy. Climate change, economic globalization, and many new levels of communication have all made many human, biological and technical systems more unpredictable. This has been called The New Normal: a time of higher uncertainty, with fast and strong disruptions in many
Musician and maverick Daryl Davis breaks down barriers striving to understand stereotypes, the Ku Klux Klan and the roots of hate. Davis' lecture was part of the Jepson Student Government Association's Kaleidoscope: Leading in a Diverse Society series. January 31, 2011
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