Civil Rights Movements
This short video teaches about the meaning of Jim Crow laws and also introduces the students to Homer Plessy, one of the lesser known civil rights leaders. (0:36)
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Poet Laureate W.S. Merwin Opens the Literary Season
W.S. Merwin, the newly-announced 17th Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress, an undisputed master who has won nearly every major literary award, opens the Library's 2010-2011 literary season with a reading of his poetry. Speaker Biography: In a career spanning five decades, W.S. Merwin, poet, translator, and environmental activist, has become one of the most widely read - and imitated - poets in America.In July 2010, William Merwin was appointed United States Poet Laurea
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The Politics of Sustainability

Recorded Sustainability Seminar Lecture on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 delivered by UCI Professor Richard Matthew.

Families and health, businesses and educational systems, fresh water and clean air- there are a lot of things in our world that we would like to last. They are the material underpinnings of freedom, dignity, comfort and stability. We have come to realize over the last few decades, however, that some of the things we value and depend upon are moving along trajectories that ar
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Authors Forum: Money, Sound and Unsound
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A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Income Dynamics on the Hazard of Divorce
During the 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s, the significant rise in divorce and separation in the United States has caught the attention of scholars, particularly because it coincided with increasing women’s labor participation in the workplace. In spite of considerable research on the subject, the research findings on the impact of economic resources on marital dissolution have shown mixed results. One important characteristic of economic resources is the fluctuation in the relative contributio
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FORMATIC - Paris 2011 : Dispositifs de maintien à domicile des personnes dépendantes (video)

FORMATIC - Paris 2011 : Quelles solutions pour garantir la continuité et l’efficacité des dispositifs de maintien à
domicile des personnes dépendantes ?

Intervenant : Christophe LORIEUX (DGA de la société ISIDOR et coordinateur du projet RéVAD – Réseau
Vivre à Domicile)

Résumé : Le déploiement des nouvelles technologies au domicile des personnes âgées fragiles n’a pas permis de donner naissance à une filière économique autonome et dynami
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Overview of the Fungi Kingdom
The Fungi Kingdom consists of plant-like organisms with small nuclei such as yeast, bread mold and mushrooms. Many of the organisms in the Fungi Kingdom can cause disease, but some are helpful as they are used to make things like antibiotics and yeast. Most of the organisms in this kingdom are parasitic and receive nutrients from surfaces they live on. (02:52)
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CofC Grad Discovers International Law, Human Rights -- Honors College, Study Abroad, the Peace Corps
Joseph (Yusuf) Saei '10 fully leveraged his opportunities at the College of Charleston. Among other accomplishments, this philosophy major (with minors in French and communication) served internships in the arts world in New York City, won a grant to study abroad in Cairo, Egypt, published two essays in the College's research journal Chrestomathy, and received the institution's highest honor upon graduation -- the Bishop Robert Smith Award. Since then, he has studied Arabic in Morocco as a Rotar
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Habitats et fonctions écologiques : Débat
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Author(s): Berg, Craig S.,Kato, Yuji,Cheula, Antoine,Guiral,

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Learn How a Nuclear Reactor Works
Learn how a nuclear reactor works. Simple animation. (00:50) 
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What if Extinction is NOT Forever?
March 6, 2014 - Deep Time, Global Change and YOU lecture series: What if Extinction is NOT Forever? Presented by Beth Shapiro, University of California, Santa Cruz Herds of mammoths roaming the tundra or a sabre-toothed cat skulking out back. Are these the dramatic scenes of our future? Fortunately, the answer is still no - not soon, anyway. Science is, however, inching closer & closer to being able to bring extinct animals back to life. But, do we really want them to be brought back? Dr. Shap
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Skills needed for Project Management - Mini Lecture
A mini-lecture on the Skills Needed for Successful Project Management. In this lecture we will begin by looking at the attributes that make up your skills and that successful project managers have. Namely leadership, ethics, team building, conflict resolution, negotiation, numerical, time management, and communication.
Author(s): EVOLUTION,E-EVOLVE,UCLANOER,UCLAN,Sandy Cope

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