GLS 2011 Highlights
Highlights of London Business School's Global Leadership Summit 2011, held on 23 May. The theme of the Summit was Innovation.
Talent Management in Practice
Talent management is widely held to be critical to an organisation's success. However, discussions with many Talent Managers in organisations reveal that the term means very different things in different organisations. The implications of this are discussed, plus what it takes to succeed as a talent manager.
Ceviche with Coconut Milk with the World's Premier Culinary College
Get the Recipe: http://www.ciaculinaryintelligence.com/2011/05/keep-cool-with-refreshing-ceviche.html The Culinary Institute of America is the world's premier culinary college. Culinary school instructor Lynne Gigliotti demonstrates how to prepare Ceviche with Coconut Milk. For more information about our cooking school, please visit www.ciachef.edu.
What is emotion? This unit takes a philosophical approach to this question in an attempt to understand why people respond to events in a certain way. Is there a difference between an emotion and a bodily feeling or is one a consequence of the other?
Europese Geografie De site is onderdeel van een groter site die spelletjes en educatieve software bevat. Dit deel heeft spelletjes over hoofdsteden, landen en landschappen van Europa: U kunt kiezen uit verschillende niveaus: tutorial, beginner, intermediate …
De site is onderdeel van een groter site die spelletjes en educatieve software bevat.
Dit deel heeft spelletjes over hoofdsteden, landen en landschappen van Europa: U kunt kiezen uit verschillende niveaus: tutorial, beginner, intermediate …
Article on skew boreholes featuring interesting background information, clear definitions as well as the solution to a sample question with accompanying explanations.
Life Beyond Earth
Is there life out there? A look at our search for life beyond Planet Earth.
Worldliness, Citiness, Postcolonial Life and Thinking from the South
Achille Mbembe, Professor of Social Theory, University of Stellenbosch, gives the second 2011 Africa Studies Annual lecture on 26th May 2011.
"Introduction to Stagecraft, Spring 2009"
" Offered in the spring and fall terms, Introduction to Stagecraft is a hands-on course that gets students working with the tools and techniques of theatrical production in a practical way. It is not a design course but one devoted to artisanship. Among the many remarkable final projects that have been proposed and presented at the end of the course have been a Renaissance hourglass blown in the MIT glass shop and set into a frame turned on our set shop lathe; a four harness loom built by a stud
Project based learning in the public sector
Executive Doctorate (DBA) student Shahzad Orakzai is looking at project based learning and the transfer of knowledge between public and private sectors. Profile: http://bit.ly/mKqVgT
Making Gasoline from CO2 Using E.Coli: Spencer Glantz
Spencer Glantz is a student at the University of Pennsylvania, and is involved in Penn's Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF). He has taken a job with a startup company working in the emerging field of synthetic biology on projects such as producing gasoline from CO2 using E.coli. He is a Biochemical Engineering student & a Benjamin Franklin Scholar, and conducts research at Penn's Medical School studying the promise of "Differentiation Therapy" to improve treatment of Leuke
Emergency Room Care in America: GJ Melendez-Torres
Emergency rooms in America have some of the most advanced medical technology, but it's also where people who can't get healthcare anywhere else go. This is one of the issues explored by GJ Melendez-Torres at the University of Pennsylvania in the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowship (CURF). GJ Melendez-Torres, a Truman Scholar & University Scholar, BFS/JWS, and a Nursing Undergraduate Honors Scholar, will receive his Nursing degree and Wharton degree in Economics & Health Care Policy
Early Contributions of African-Americans to International Relations: Tiffany John-Lewis
Tiffany John Lewis is a History major at the University of Pennsylvania and has studied the untold contributions of distinguished African Americans through support from the Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring program (PURM) and a grant from the University's Benjamin Franklin Society. She also worked with Penn's Center for Undergraduate Research & Fellowships.
5.8 Further reading
Plate tectonics is an earth sciences topic that attracts a good deal of interest, given that it a topic very often featured in popular science programmes on TV and radio. It is a subject that have strong visual appeal. The coverage is S279 is self-contained, up to date and is written in a way that will be accessible to those with interest and motivation, all the more so for those who have some pre-existing scientific understanding.
"We No Longer Control Our Resources": Donna Koons Kingsley Describes the Struggle of Trinidad's Oilf
A slew of international financial crises in the early 1990's, including collapses in Mexico, Southeast Asia, and Russia, highlighted the important influence international lending organizations such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank had over economic decisions in the developing world. Often in cooperation with local elites, these bodies have forced countries to respond to debt crises by privatizing public industries and utilities, in many cases selling these public resou
New Minnesota research suggests Corporate Social Responsibility can backfire
Doing good isn't always good for business, according to new research from the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management and assistant professor of marketing Carlos Torelli. The discovery, to be published in the Journal of Consumer Research, found corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts have the potential to backfire for luxury brands associated with a self-enhancement concept.
Pathways in Computer Science (captioned)
This video clip illustrates the diverse pathways that students pursue after receiving Bachelors degrees in computer science or computer engineering. (10:28)
PediNeuroLogic Exam: Newborn: Normal: Cranial Nerves
Examination of the baby's cranial nerve function is often accomplished by observing spontaneous activity. During crying, facial movement (Cranial Nerve 7) is observed for fullness or asymmetry. The quality and strength of the cry is a way of looking at Cranial Nerves 9 and 10 function. Sucking and swallowing assesses Cranial Nerves 5, 7, 9, 10, and 12 because all of these cranial nerves are involved in this complex act. Eye movements (Cranial Nerves 3, 4 and 6) can be assessed by using the vesti