INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 6
INFO2009 2012-13 Resource Group 6
Moving goods and moving people: transport, infrastructure and economic transformation in Tanzania
Colloquia Week 4 MT10: Moving goods and moving people: transport, infrastructure and economic transformation in Tanzania.
South Carolina Space Grant Consortium -- College of Charleston
The South Carolina Space Grant Consortium is located at the College of Charleston and offers a wide range of education services from faculty fellowships to precollege student activities. Each year the Consortium conducts competitions for undergraduate and graduate student awards on each of the member campuses. The Consortium provides mentored research experiences for all student awardees and hosts several teacher workshops per year using NASA related curriculum. Multiple public service activitie
UC Berkeley Distinguished Librarian Awards, 2012
A reception on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 in the Morrison Library, 4:00-6:00pm. to honor the recipients of the 2012 Distinguished Librarian Awards, Lillian Castillo-Speed and Marci Hoffman. The featured speakers are Chancellor Robert J. Birgeneau, University Librarian Tom Leonard, Professor Tom Biolsi (Ethnic Studies Department), Professor Kathleen Vanden Heuvel (School of Law), and Susan Koskinen (Head, Physics-Astronomy Library, and Chair, LAUC-B Distinguished Librarian Award Committee).
Implementing Medi-Cal and Private Insurance Coverage in California
This lecture is part of a series, ""Implementing Health Care Reform in California,"" which examines the Affordable Care Act as it relates to access, cost, and quality of care issues relevant to the state. Speaker Larry Levitt is senior vice president for special initiatives and senior advisor to the president with the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprofit, private operating foundation focusing on the major health care issues facing the U.S. Speaker Bruce Bodaken is chairman and CEO of Blue Sh
Outsourcing Governance - limitations to new models of ethical governance in global supply chains
Colloquia Week 2 TT10 - Outsourcing Governance - limitations to new models of ethical governance in global supply chains
A hidden secret or placebo effect? How Saladin's physicians took care of souls and bodies
Colloquia Week 7 HT10 - Daniel Nicolae; "A hidden secret or placebo effect? How Saladin's physicians took care of souls and bodies"
'The Sound of Africa' - Hugh Tracey tried to record the entire African continent but was anybody lis
Colloquia Week 4 HT10 - Noel Lobley; The Sound of Africa - Hugh Tracey tried to record the entire African continent but was anybody listening?
Lyophilization of Protein Pharmaceuticals
Colloquia Week 3 HT10 - Dr Heiko Schiffter; "Lyophilization of Protein Pharmaceuticals"
The Ashmolean - a museum of science from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century
Week 7 Colloquium MT09 (Senior member speaker)
The Science Museum, London - an educational institution?
Colloquium week 7 MT09 (Junior member speaker)
'Fly Genetics': What can fruit flies tell us about our immune system?
Colloquium - Week 5 MT09 (Senior Speaker)
Sino-Japanese Relations beyond ODA
'Sino-Japanese Relations beyond ODA' Colloquium - week 2 MT09
Week 6 - "The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy of Failed States"
"The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy of Failed States: Somalia, State Collapse and the Global War on Terror" A paper presented during the weekly Colloquium Over recent decades, several states have experienced mounting difficulties in fulfilling classic state-functions such as guaranteeing territorial integrity and law and order. Since 11 September 2001, this phenomenon has been particularly associated with terrorism, trans-border criminality and global instability. Through analysis of America's Somalia
TED407 Session 13 Fall 2012
Language Learning with Danny Brassell
Ap0030: Self-assessment, Relational Operators, Increment Operator, and Control Structures
Part of a self-assessment test designed to help you determine how much you know about relational operators, the increment operator, and control structures in Java.
Reparative Reasoning: An Abductive Approach to Religious Conflict
Colloquia Week 5 MT10: Reparative Reasoning: An Abductive Approach to Religious Conflict
Carol of Lights 2012 Timelapse
This is a timelapse video from the Carol of Lights 2012, taken from the roof of the Math Building at Texas Tech.
Sign language launches communication, minimizes frustration
PULLMAN, Wash. - Infant/young toddler communication is often a challenge for everyone involved. It can include hand waving, indistinguishable noises, crying, screaming and tantrums. On the other side of the equation, parents, siblings and babysitters are trying to figure out what the little tikes want. Fore more about this story, click here: http://news.wsu.edu/pages/publications.asp?Action=Detail&PublicationID=34138&TypeID=1
McMaster's downtown Health Campus
McMaster broke ground on its downtown Health Campus Dec. 3 which, when complete, will see 54,000 patient visits and 4,000 McMaster students pass through each year. http://dailynews.mcmaster.ca/article/ground-broken-for-mcmaster-health-campus/