Thomas King, '12
Rising senior Thomas King talks about his experience with the UR Jazz Ensemble and how a liberal arts education at the University of Richmond fits in with his life goals.
CNN host receives honorary degree from Penn State
University Park, PA - Wolf Blitzer, host of CNN's, the Situation Room, took the time from his busy schedule to deliver the keynote address to seniors from the College of Communications graduating class for 2011. President Graham Spanier and the Nittany Lion mascot were on hand to personally bestow the honor upon him.
EAS April 25, 2011
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Thunderbird Commencement April 28, 2011 - Dr. Cabrera
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Project Artemis Pakistan: Shah Rukh
Islamabad businesswoman Shah Rukh talks May 14, 2011, about her participation in Project Artemis Pakistan, a women's empowerment program at Thunderbird School of Global Management in partnership with Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women and the U.S. State Department.
Project Artemis Pakistan: Maria Umar
Pakistani businesswoman Maria Umar talks May 14, 2011, about her participation in Project Artemis Pakistan, a women's empowerment program at Thunderbird School of Global Management in partnership with Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women and the U.S. State Department.
Jordan & Jessica - 60 Second Impressions, Sutton Trust Summer Schools
The Sutton Trust Summer Schools are subject-specific residential courses for Year 12 students from UK state-maintained schools, which aim to provide an insight into life as a first-year undergraduate studying at the University of Cambridge. Classics, Education, Engineering and Mathematics... these are just a few of the subjects which prospective students can sample at the Sutton Trust Summer Schools in Cambridge. In this 1 minute film, Jordan & Jessica, two students on the Chemistry Summer Scho
University of Rochester Study Abroad: Cape Town
Sorcha Dundas ('12) talks about her experiences studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa. Sorcha also received the prestigious Gilman scholarship. Questions for Sorcha? Contact the Center for Study Abroad
Distinguished Alumni Awards 2011: Carol Vaness
Biographical tribute video for renowned opera singer Carol Vaness (M.A. Music, Class of '76), one of three honorees at the 2011 Distinguished Alumni Awards. Directed & edited by Krishna Narayanamurti Produced by Gray Mounger, Shellie Hadvina, Cheryl McMillan, the Alumni Relations Office and the Alumni Association Executive Producers: Vance Peterson and Stacy Lieberman for University Advancement Narration by Karen Kearns Archival photographs, music and video clips provided by Carol Vaness and th
TEDx McMaster U - Erica Barnes
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Fulfilling the Promise of Crop Biotechnology
Roger Beachy is the founding president of the non-profit Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Saint Louis, Missouri. Beachy pioneered the development of virus-resistant plants through biotechnology; his early research led to the development of the world's first genetically modified food crop, a virus-resistant tomato. His laboratory conducts basic research on plant biology, and uses recombinant DNA-based technologies to improve crop plants like rice and sweet potato that are grown in developi
The Role and Rule of Law in the Global Development of Food Biotechnology
Gary Marchant is the Lincoln Professor of Emerging Technologies, Law, and Ethics at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. He is also a Professor of Life Sciences at ASU, and Executive Director of the ASU Center for the Study of Law, Science and Technology. Professor Marchant has a PhD in Genetics from the University of British Columbia, a Masters of Public Policy degree from the Kennedy School of Government, and a law degree from Harvard. Prior to joining the ASU fa
The Enemy at Home
In World War 1 nearly 7000 'enemy aliens' of German origin were interned in camps in New South Wales. That experience is now the subject of a UNSW Press book co-authored by Arts academic Gerhard Fischer, and an exhibition running at the Museum of Sydney from May 7-September 11.
Lecture 27, April 20
Marketing - MKTG 25010 Lectures - Lecture 27, April 20 - Kent State University > COLLEGES > College of Business Administration > COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION > Marketing > MKTG 25010 Lectures > Lecture 27, April 20
Rodrik on Globalization, Development, and Employment
Dani Rodrik of Harvard University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about trade, the labor market, and trade policy. Drawing on a recent paper with Margaret McMillan on trade and productivity, Rodrik argues that countries have very differing abilities to respond to increases in productivity that allow production to expand using fewer workers in a particular sector. When workers are displaced by productivity increases, what is their next best alternative? Rodrik discusses how this varies acro
21. Contemporary Communitarianism (II)
Moral Foundations of Politics (PLSC 118) In this lecture, Professor Shapiro delves into the nuances of MacIntyre's argument, focusing specifically on his Aristotelian account of human psychology. It has two features: (1) man's nature is inherently teleological or purposive, and (2) human behavior is fundamentally other-directed, in that a person's happiness is conditioned upon the experience of others as it relates to him, particularly on the feeling of being valued by someone he values. MacInt
17. Distributive Justice and the Welfare State
Moral Foundations of Politics (PLSC 118) The main focus of today's discussion is Rawls's third, and most problematic, principle is the difference principle, which states that income and wealth is to be distributed "to the greatest benefit of the least advantaged individual." This stems from the logic that what is good for the least advantaged individual will be good for the second-least advantaged, and the third, and so on. But what if slightly benefiting the least advantaged person comes at a
Out of Range Values Mov iPod
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