Math in Videogames
4:17 Introduction Julia Detar, a videogame designer who creates online games for the company Arkadium, describes how she got involved in the gaming world, gives an introduction to the math in computer programming languages, and presents a videogame-related math challenge.
Election 2012: The Health Care Conundrum
Professor Donald H. Taylor Jr. says repeal of the health care reform act would be an initial blow to President Obama, but could spell long-term trouble for Republicans. Learn more at http://sanford.duke.edu and http://sites.duke.edu/donaldhtaylorjr.
Negotiating Space, Buying Time
In this Anthropology Departmental Seminar, Professor Michael Herzfeld (Harvard University) discusses 'the performance of housing politics in a Bangkok community under siege'. 2 December 2011.
Religious Liberty and the Equality of Women
Do recent changes in America's healthcare regulations and law compromise the religious liberty and equality of women? This question is explored by a panel of professors from the perspectives of law, theology, and philosophy. Dr. Jeanne Buckeye is the moderator, while Professor Teresa Collett, Dr. Deborah Savage, and Dr. R. Mary Lemmons are panelists. This is a Fortnight for Freedom event hosted by the Siena Symposium for Women, Family, and Culture, and co-sponsored by the Minnesota Catholic Conf
Micronutrient Malnutrition Module Guide
This module, Micronutrient Malnutrition, aims to equip Public Health professionals with sufficient knowledge of micronutrients to recognise and address the problem of micronutrient deficiency at a community and population level. The module concentrates on four micronutrients, i.e. vitamin A, iron, iodine and zinc that are considered critical to Public Health, particularly in developing country contexts.
The module sets out a strategy for
Man at work
It's straight to work for Barack Obama and to the surprise of many experts, he has already made some dramatic announcements.
Expert in American politics, Professor Richard King, was at the inauguration in Washington D.C and weighs up early developments.
He also assesses the challenges left in the wake of President Bush's administration, and explains why we may not have seen the last of Sara Palin.