Beginner Lesson S5 #9 - Can You Believe How Rudely He Spoke in Spanish?
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! While you’re walking down the street in Mexico with your friend chatting in Spanish, a young boy smacks into you as he runs around the corner. He barely pauses long enough to mutter in Spanish, “Excuse me, ma’am,” and then he starts to run off again. He doesn’t even make eye [...]
Medical Anthropology at Oxford: Moving from Efficacy to Safety
This presentation by Dr Barbara Gerke discusses 'A changing focus in the study of Asian medical systems' and was delivered at the Medical Anthropology conference 10 Years at the Intersections, June 2011.
Medical Anthropology at Oxford: Healing earth and sacred clay among the Mun, SW Ethiopia
This presentation by doctoral candidate Kate Fayers-Kerr was delivered at the Medical Anthropogy at Oxford conference, 10 Years at the Intersections, June 2011.
Medical Anthropology at Oxford: Oxford's 'Two Bodies' in Medical Anthropology
This presentation by Dr Caroline Potter (ISCA, Oxford) focuses on how Oxford's Medicial Anthropology bridges the biological and social divide. It was delivered at the 10 Years at the Intersections conference in June 2011.
Medical Anthropology at Oxford: Autopathographies - How 'sick lit' shapes knowledge and the illness
This presentation by Dr Rachel Hall-Clifford (Primary Health Care, Oxford) was delivered at the conference Medical Anthropology at Oxford: 10 Years at the Intersections.
How public international law has been made, found and proven from the 17th to the 21st century
2011 Youard Lecture in Legal History
Drinking, music, having fun and stuff: The importance of identity and belonging in young people's li
The lecture focused on Professor Griffin's research about young people's everyday lives and what is important to them. She argued that young people are usually most concerned with fitting in, with where they belong in psychological and social terms - and with having fun. However, young people in affluent western societies are the target of substantial marketing campaigns that take full advantage of this in their advertising, branding and marketing of a range of products.
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Student Presentation #5
Like all research, we start with a problem, question, or hypothesis. In this presentation, six graduate students aim to discuss the connections between the dividing beta family of stable homotopic spheres and the congruences of q-expansion of modular forms. In simple terms, think of constructing and mapping out spherical groups into other spheres.
Sebastian Palacios, Maria Sevillano, Alejandro Ginory, Arturo Ayala-Navarro, Cesar Torres, Liliana Ruiz, Professor Mark Beh
Inside the News: U.S. debt deadlock supports safe-haven bid
The bid firmly back in safe-haven assets like gold, Bunds and the Swiss franc on the prospect of the first-ever US debt default after talks collapsed. Wall Street is seen following Europe lower.
Mrs. Mourer's first grade class performs a rap about contractions. This video contains examples. (01:20)
Alex Picou on Building a Sustainable Employee Enterprise
Alex Picou (MBA '89) Managing Director FBR Capital Markets
Jim Cooper on Building a Sustainable Employee Enterprise
Jim Cooper (MBA '84) Managing Partner Thompson Street Capital Partners
Edible Adventures - The China Experience - Part 1
Join CIA students as they travel to China for the culinary experience of a lifetime. In the Food, Wine, and Agri(culture) Trip to China, CIA bachelor's degree students explore the various food regions, witness the industry in action, and gain knowledge from many sites. They enjoy delicious food, fine beverages, and fresh agricultural products, and meet passionate professionals and entrepreneurs eager to share their knowledge and unique insights. They also visit a number of culturally significa
Edible Adventures - The China Experience - Part 2
In this episode, our students learn how to harvest tea leaves with Master Niu. Visit www.ciachef.edu/BPS to learn more.
7.2 Complexity and rich pictures This section is mostly concerned with thinking about your rich picture and the complex situation it depicts. There are lots of ways of drawing a good rich picture and very few ways of drawing bad rich pictures. So my next strategy in supporting your learning, and your experience of this complex situation, is to propose a number of checks you might use to ensure you have not fallen into the trap of the less-effective rich picture. Although my discussion will focus on rich pictures,
This section is mostly concerned with thinking about your rich picture and the complex situation it depicts.
There are lots of ways of drawing a good rich picture and very few ways of drawing bad rich pictures. So my next strategy in supporting your learning, and your experience of this complex situation, is to propose a number of checks you might use to ensure you have not fallen into the trap of the less-effective rich picture.
Although my discussion will focus on rich pictures,
PSYC 105-02, Topics in Political Psychology, Fall 2004
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.,This class will not be an exhaustive overview of Political Psychology. Rather, the class will explore selected topics within this area in depth, via lecture, readings and discussion. The topics for later class sessions will be left open and student input will be solicited in determining the topics for those classes. Class Format will be lecture and discussion. A research paper and three exams
Career Expo at CCA
The Career Expo at California College of the Arts is a private job fair aimed specifically at CCA's emerging student and alumni populations of artists, writers, designers, and thinkers, and the potential employers who value them. Attendees receive invaluable information about potential internships, part- and full-time positions, freelance work, and more! Video produced by Edward Hayden (BFA Film Program, 2011) Design by CCA Graphic Design student Matt Delbridge (Sputnik Design Studio) Learn m
Building an Enhanced Drought Early Warning System: Tool and Services for Decision Support
Symposium on Data-Driven Approaches to Droughts (DDAD2011), June 21-22, 2011. A presentation by Mark Svoboda from the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. He discusses building an enhanced drought early warning system.