COM365 Session 8 Fall 2012
Public Relations with Jennifer Peters 10/30/12
IDS336 Session 8 Fall 2012
Jazz in the Modern Era with Chet Hanley 10/30/12 Guest: Nolan Shaheed
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Nov. 1 - A fresh blast of China manufacturing data confirms China's economy is gathering steam, just in time for a key leadership transition meeting next week. Tara Joseph reports.
ASTRO 801 is a required course in Penn State's online Masters of Education in Earth Sciences. The course is designed specifically for secondary science teachers who seek to enrich their knowledge and bring a contemporary understanding of EarthŐs place in the Universe to their classrooms. ASTRO 801 will provide science educators with a strong foundation in astronomy, allowing them to critically evaluate the evidence for the most recent advances in our understanding of the Solar System, our Gala
Video clips that were created but not used for EBF 200, Introduction to Energy and Earth Sciences Economics
This course describes the principles of effective project management as applied to the design and implementation of geospatial information systems.
Speaker(s): Keir Starmer | As the head of the CPS, Keir Starmer QC has been instrumental in a number of high profile prosecutions and is at the forefront of developments in prosecution policy. Most recently, he has announced his intention to issue guidelines around the prosecution of cases involving social media. Your exclusive chance to put your question to one of the most senior lawyers in the UK, join the debate @LSELaw. Please note: this is an open topic event, however there may be some ques
Speaker(s): Professor Daniel Miller | What can we learn from the study of consumption? How can this contribute to wider issues in social science and even philosophy? How does this change our perspective on economic issues? These questions are explored through a simple question – why, in most countries, do half the population on any given day wear denim blue jeans? Daniel Miller is professor of material culture at University College London. His recent books include Blue Jeans (with S Woodward).
Daily Digit: China's manufacturers gain fresh momentum
Planets, Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
EBF 200: Introduction to Energy and Earth Sciences Economics, Video Resources
Geospatial Technology Project Management
In Conversation with Keir Starmer QC [Audio]
Consumption and the Philosophy of Denim [Audio]