Nelson Mandela - First Interview (1961) In this interview from May 1961, a 42 year-old Nelson Mandela gives his views on a multi-racial South Africa with equal opportunities and rights for all South Africans.
In this interview from May 1961, a 42 year-old Nelson Mandela gives his views on a multi-racial South Africa with equal opportunities and rights for all South Africans.
Lecture 28 - 11/29/2010
The Relationship Between the Five-Factor Model of Personality and Leadership Preferences for Initiat
This study seeks to further understand the influence of personality on preferred leadership style by investigating the relationship between the Ohio State Model of Leadership and the 5-factor model of personality. Archival data, consisting of scores on the NEO PI-R and Leadership Opinion Questionnaire, and demographic information (age, gender, education level, prior managerial experience) for 296 job applicants was analyzed. Conscientiousness, Extraversion, and Neuroticism were hypothesized to p
The Collaboration of Teacher/Artist Teams: A Qualitative Analysis of Selected Interpersonal Compone
Recent demands for academic accountability, as evidenced through standardized test scores, have left many school arts programs understaffed and vulnerable to budgetary constraints, particularly arts programs within poor urban and rural regions. For decades arts organizations have offered artist-in-residence programs as a way to supplement existing arts education programs. Currently, every state in the nation provides funding for outreach programs designed to bring “teaching artists” (TA) i
Whiteness and Resistance: Investigating Student Concepts of White Privilege in the Writing Classroom
Of the many identity issues that students face as they enter university writing courses—those of gender, class, age, and race—the issue of white privilege is one that is seldom addressed. In the predominately white Southern university where I teach, African American students make up 26% of the incoming freshman population, reflecting the racial demographics of the state. Although the visible majority, white students benefit from racial privilege that seems invisible, at least to them. I am i
Lecture 18 - 11/30/2010
Lecture 18 - 11/30/2010
Lift Every Voice and Sing: A Gospel Choir Participation Experience and the Persistence of African Am
The majority of our nation‟s academic institutions fall short in their efforts to ensure that African American students successfully persist from admission to graduation. Since the majority of African American students attend Predominately White Institutions (PWIs), these institutions must be held to the highest standard of accountability for African American student retention. Therefore, PWIs must explore alternative retention mechanisms that will increase the African American student‟s int
Trinity of Consciousness: Body, Mind, Soul and Female Identity in the Novels of Gail Godwin
Gail Godwin‘s novels emphasize the forging of the female self/identity. Even Godwin‘s earliest critics stress the ways Godwin consistently chooses to portray female protagonists as complex female characters; as Godwin‘s critics point out, the crafting of female identity becomes central to the analysis and understanding of Godwin‘s ―vision‖ of/for female identity. My analysis of Godwin‘s work extends from and beyond the groundwork laid by earlier critics. I contend that, even as God
University / K – 12 Partnerships: How One University Impacted High School Career Decision-making
Local universities and their surrounding school districts have much to offer one another. How universities and school districts work together to create programmatic change in career decision-making for the high school adolescent is unclear. Utilizing a case study approach, this study examined the relationship that exists between a university and two high schools. This was studied through the lens of career development with regard to high school students. This qualitative case study utilized pe
European Heart Journal - My Cardio Interview: William Hiatt & Ulf Landmesser
William Hiatt in conversation with Ulf Landmesser NV1FGF Gene Therapy on Amputation-Free Survival in Critical Lib Ischemia – Phase 3 Randomized Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial
Journalism, Letters, and Nation: The Newspaper Letters of Samuel Bowles’s Across the Continent (18
Newspaper publisher Samuel Bowles set out on a trip in the early summer of 1865 to see and write about the United States of America. A leading figure in journalism and in political discourses before and after the Civil War, Bowles shared his experiences in a series of thirty-two letters, addressed to the readers of his influential Massachusetts newspaper, the Springfield Republican. The letters were subsequently compiled into a book, Across the Continent: A Summer’s Journey to the Rocky Mounta
The Diagnosis Tipping Point: To Change or Not to Change?
New tests to diagnose disease often entice clinicians. What should be the tipping points that move a doctor to embrace the new and abandon the old way? In his presentation, "The Diagnostic Tipping Point. To Change or Not to Change?" Dr. Budenholzer will show how he approaches this decision. (Series: Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds)
Cranfield Executive MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management Programme Introduction
The Programme Director, Dr Denyse Julien, introduces the Cranfield Executive (part-time) MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management programme
How to Prepare for the Study of Torts Law Guest: Professor Ron Eades, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville Topic: Things to Know About Torts Class Before Class Starts - Advice for a 1L Running Time: 18:15 Click here to download the mp3file:Eades1L_advice.mp
Guest: Professor Ron Eades, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville
Topic: Things to Know About Torts Class Before Class Starts - Advice for a 1L
Running Time: 18:15
Click here to download the mp3file:Eades1L_advice.mp
P. BallrdLetterTo Aaron BallardAugust 2nd 1860,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Paralysis I cannot get from the ground and horse without stirrups- But you know that I am old enough not to be supple like a boy I believe I am about a year and a half older than you. My birth is recorded the 18th of June 1793 which makes me 67 years old- now in my 68th year waiting but three more years to make "my three score and ten"-Your brother Henry is merchandizing in old Grayson I understand that he has become quite wealthyByron is somewhere in Missouri William was living on his fa
Amos Ballard,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Getting Started (GS): What is Soundbooth CS5?
Learn about using Soundbooth CS5 to edit, repair, and enhance audio. Record voiceovers, remove unwanted noises, add effects, and integrate professional sounding audio projects in other Creative Suite applications.