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Education as a Tool in Preventing Conflict: Suggestions for the International Criminal Court
Harvard Law School dean and professor Martha Minow delivers the 16th annual Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, C.S.C. Lecture in Ethics and Public Policy at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies on March 16th, 2010.
Hawaiian Imperialism (Kira Langley)
Flaws in the Democratic System of Government
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The Inferiority Complex of the Social Sciences [On Freedom and Free Enterprise (1956)] It is said and repeated over and over again that the social sciences are so very young, relatively speaking. Why is it that social scientists insist on this as a statement of fact, and why d
[On Freedom and Free Enterprise (1956)]
It is said and repeated over and over again that the social sciences are so very young, relatively speaking. Why is it that social scientists insist on this as a statement of fact, and why d
Do Lectures: How 1% of the Planet Makes a Difference
They can be small Do’s or big Do’s or just extraordinary Do’s. But when you listen to the story of Terry Kellogg, CEO of 1% for the Planet, is a man on a mission. He stands at the intersection between business and environmental guardianship. And just by doing 1% for the planet he is making a big difference.
Since joining the company in 2005 as CEO, Terry and team have grown company participation from just under 100 to well over 1200+ participants. These speeches light a f
Corel Painter 12 : Les aquarelles
Virtual Maths, Shapes Space and Measure, Surface of a semi cylinder template
Diagram and template for using a semi-cylinder to calculate area
Units of Measurement pt 2/2
The purpose of this video is to help students review for the mathematics section of the Grades 5-7 Academic Achievement Tests. The topics covered by the project address critical objectives found in the tests, but more importantly, they address those items that are frequently missed by students.Carter is trapped in a locked basement room when he searches for a girl who keeps appearing and disappearing. Chris must answer units of measure questions to get the combination to free Carter.
Applying CBR to the Teaching of Architectural Design
This paper presents an approach to the analysis and description of the nature of process knowledge in architectural design, the development of a conceptual model for Galathea, a case-based navigation tool for its support, and the application of this theoretical foundation to the teaching of design to a group of about 100 second-year architecture students. Design is assumed as a globally coherent information, memory and experience-intensive process in which professional skill is the capability to
Battle at Little Bighorn - Part
This nine minute video provides insights into the truth of what happened during this battle. At the time the Battle of the Little Big Horn was fought - in 1876 - hostilities were growing between the U.S. federal government and Native Americans who considered the Black Hills their sacred territory. The video uses interviews and evidence to show how Custer fought as well as the Native Americans. It also shows the importance of the battlefield cemetery that shows where the soldiers actually died. T
Communicating Science: What We Hope to Accomplish
The goals of the Kavli-CNSI Workshop in Communicating Science presented by Howard Schneider, Co-chair Center for Communicating Science and Founding Dean School of Journalism at Stony Brook University. He was instrumental in the founding of the Center for Communicating Science and also founded the Center for News Literacy, which teaches students from across disciplines how to judge the reliability of news reports and how to manage today.s flood of information. Before coming to Stony Brook, How
Civility in the act: 2012 Public Affairs Conference
Civility? What is it? In an attempt to create a more unified campus through civility, we will show how a workshop can open the eyes of students and teach them how to respond to situations regarding everyday life. As part of the "Distinction in public affairs student presentations," presentations by student groups reported the findings of research dealing with a contemporary social issues that affects our community. Each presentation identified and critically explored how the three pillars of M
UST Libraries Poetry on the Patio #14
Dan Gjelten "Everything That Ever Was" by Tracy K. Smith Miriam Gerber "The Lanyard" by Billy Collins Matt Batt "If a Clown" by Stephen Dunn Susan Anderson-Benson "I'm Nobody" by Emily Dickinson assisted by Conie Borchardt Conie Borchardt "It acts like love" by Rabia (c.717-801), "On behalf of love" by Aquinas and "I want all my tunes" by Tagore (1861-1941) Bernie Brady "Slievemore: The Abandoned Village" by John F. Deane Carol Bruess "The Grass So Little Has To Do" by Emily
Rivers of the sun, Amazon 1-6
9:41 Amazonia has the greatest rain forest on earth. The world's mightiest river.
In short, the Amazon Basin (Amazonia) is covered by the largest tropical rain forest in the world, and running through its heart is the Amazon River, and its more than 1,000 tributaries, seven of them more than 1,000 miles in length. Measurable rain falls on an average of 200 days a year, and total rainfall often approaches 100 inches per year.
The overall basin drains over 2,70