Saft Says: To spur economy, reform executive pay
Reuters Columnist James Saft says rather than focusing on monetary and fiscal policies, it is in the best interest of the economy to reform executive compensation structures and levels.
Geraldine the Giraffe Learns About /ng/
In this cute video, Geraldine the Giraffe learns all about /ng/. She learns to form the sound correctly with her mouth and searches her home for items with /ng/. She finds a hanger, rings, tongue, and ironing. This is a great resource to introduce and/ or review the /ng/ sound in the elementary classroom. (3:40)
SMU Family Weekend 2012
SMU Family Weekend, held September 28-30 this year, offered fun for the whole family and a chance to sample campus life through the eyes of students, including a student talent show, tours, open houses, classes, and Boulevarding before the Mustangs battled TCU for the Iron Skillet.
Northeastern celebrates launch of D'Amore-McKim School of Business
On September 28, 2012, Northeastern University celebrated the historic launch of the D'Amore-McKim School of Business. Richard D'Amore, BA'76, and Alan McKim, MBA'88, two proud Northeastern alumni, have joined forces to make the largest philanthropic investment in the university's history. As a result of their combined $60 million gift, Northeastern's College of Business Administration was officially renamed in their honor.
MSUToday: Innovative way to learn Chinese
MSU University Distinguished Professor Yong Zhao, showcases his computer-assisted language learning program.
U.S. Morning Call: Softbank in talks to buy Sprint majority
Oct 11 - Japanese mobile carrier Softbank is in talks to buy more than two-thirds of U.S.-based telecoms company Sprint Nextel for at least $12.8 billion.
Holy Name Cathedral Mass in Chicago
Homily of Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., from Mass at Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago, on the occasion of the Notre Dame vs. Miami football game October 6, 2012.
Mike Bauer - "From Start-Up to Fortune 1000"
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SFU Surrey: 10th Anniversary Reflections
SFU Surrey's annual Gala Dinner featured a celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the campus and the many community partnerships it has developed over the years. The event is hosted by SFU to thank the community for its support and to provide an update on the latest activities and achievements of SFU's Surrey campus. http://www.surrey.sfu.ca
Economy 2012: Nestle banks on emerging markets for growth
Oct. 18 - Nestle posted an 11% growth in sales in the first nine months, and CEO Paul Bulcke says he's looking to markets like China for the future growth.
Big promises, but little pay, for iPhone assemblers in China
Oct. 22 - The main maker of Apple's iPhones and iPads, Taiwan's Foxconn, insists it pays its workers in China a reasonable wage - but those on the factory floor have a different take.
The Making of an Online Course: Ronen Plesser
Duke University Professor Ronen Plesser is teaching the "Introduction to Astronomy" course on the Coursera online learning platform. In this video, he describes how working with Duke Media Services, he translates his in-person lectures and demonstrations into videos and text for the web. -- Sign up for Plesser's course, https://www.coursera.org/course/introastro -- Read more about his approach to teaching the course, https://today.duke.edu/2012/10/courserabehindscenes -- See a list of Duke cour
pesticides La natación - cómo tirarse de cabeza Thunderbird Regional Night: Elvis Faculty Work: Nader Tehrani Landscapes and embryos : A film from A. Martinez Arias Halloween Children Song or Chant Brown Owl "What Do You See" Children's Activity | Cullen's Abc's SMT312 Session 11 Fall 2012
Tirarse de cabeza al agua en forma incorrecta puede ocasionar serios daños, por lo que es conveniente que aprendas la técnica adecuada. (.33)
Students perform Nov. 3, 2012, at Thunderbird School of Global Management. http://www.thunderbird.edu
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Developmental Biology aims to understand the emergence of an organism from a single cell. It probes embryos with experiments in the hope of unravelling principles that govern the way they are made. The developmental biologist, like the subject of a famous R. Magritte painting (Clairvoyance) looks at an egg and sees the processes that shapes it into chick, a fly, a fish or a mouse. The real artists in this process are the cells and this video tries to capture them at work in different organisms.
This is a version of the classic "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" chant perfect for Halloween. (3mins)
Natural Disasters with Don Gauthier
La natación - cómo tirarse de cabeza
Thunderbird Regional Night: Elvis
Faculty Work: Nader Tehrani
Landscapes and embryos : A film from A. Martinez Arias
Halloween Children Song or Chant Brown Owl "What Do You See" Children's Activity | Cullen's Abc's
SMT312 Session 11 Fall 2012