David Bornstein, Author, "How to Change the World" - IMPACT
David Bornstein is the author of The Price of a Dream: The Story of the Grameen Bank, which chronicles the worldwide growth of the anti-poverty strategy "micro-credit." The Price of a Dream, which drew on ten months of research in villages in Bangladesh, won second prize in the Harry Chapin Media Awards, was a finalist for the Helen Bernstein New York Public Library Book Award for Excellence in Journalism, and was selected by the San Francisco Chronicle as one of the best business books of 1996.
Deborah L. Marsh Civic Fellows Symposium 2011: Randi Mansell ('13)
Marsh Fellow Randi Mansell, leadership studies major, presents on her work with Communities in Schools, Richmond, VA.
Aggie Students Do Service-Learning At Tsinghua University
Volunteering to teach Chinese students pays off big for Texas A&M undergraduate students.
IDS336 Session 7 Fall 2011
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Economy pulling out of soft patch
Oct. 20 - A drop in weekly U.S. unemployment claims and a rebound in monthly regional business activity point to an economic recovery that is once again growing slowly, even though housing remains a problem. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Meten van elektrische basisgrootheden Meten van stroom, spanning en weerstand met een digitale multimeter en een ampèretang.
Meten van stroom, spanning en weerstand met een digitale multimeter en een ampèretang.
2.094 Finite Element Analysis of Solids and Fluids (MIT)
This course presents finite element theory and methods for general linear and nonlinear analyses. Reliable and effective finite element procedures are discussed with their applications to the solution of general problems in solid, structural, and fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, and fluid-structure interactions. The governing continuum mechanics equations, conservation laws, virtual work, and variational principles are used to establish effective finite element discretizations and the st
Dental Hygiene Universal Instruments Left Hand
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Dog Bless You: National Disaster Search Dog Foundation
Disaster search dogs and their handlers save lives in times of crisis. Learn more about the foundation that takes the call to action.(5:42)
Markle Foundation: The Task Force on National Security in the Information Age
The main feature of this Web site is the report titled "Protecting America's Freedom in the Information Age," released in October 2002. It examines how to effectively use information technology to collect and analyze information pertinent to national security. The report states that current government practices are insufficient in this area, and it is laden with recommendations for improving the situation. The task force's final findings and views are expressed in the first part of the report, s
A Well of Memories
Spend an afternoon with the Alzheimer's patients at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem. Nothing brings back the spirit of youth and joy like music. (5:19)
12.01. The Economics of Violent Intervention in the Market: Introduction ISS Update - Oct. 26, 2011 Kate Wittenberg & John K. Lippincott - The Future of the Academic Library: A Symposium A Conversation with Dr. Richard N. Haas - The Institute of Politics Turkish quake victims demand supplies India's rail ambitions still on track: company executive Weekly ISS Recap - Oct. 17-21, 2011 Misrata Libyans celebrate into the night Europe Week Ahead: Investors expect plan from EU meetings
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The International Space Station video update for Oct. 26, 2011.
"Setting the Stage" May 16th & 17th, 2011 Ron Joyce Centre, Burlington, Ontario http://library.mcmaster.ca/sites/default/files/LJSymposium_program_videolinks.pdf
Dr. Richard Haass covers the international relations spectrum by weighing in on a variety of preeminent global issues; from grand strategy (integration vs. restoration,) the Middle East, choices of the Obama administration, to what it takes to make a career in his field. The former Kennedy School professor further engages the audience my covering topics of their interest from Palestine, Sudan, Latin America, the Arctic, and the unfortunate Red Sock bust of 2011.
Oct 27 - Earthquake survivors in eastern Turkey demand more aid and supplies as winter weather descends on makeshift camps. Jessica Gray reports.
Oct. 26 - India's ambitious plan to build a new freight line to boost efficiency is on track despite setbacks in funding, says an executive of DFCC, the company in charge of building the railway.
The weekly International Space Station video recap for Oct. 17-21, 2011.
Oct. 21 - WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Libyans mark the end of Gaddafi's rule with fireworks, as some pose for pictures beside the corpse of the country's former dictator. Julie Noce reports.
Oct. 21 - EU leaders are expected to meet and endorse a plan to strengthen banks' capital bases over the weekend and complete a deal on the scale of the rescue fund and a Greek debt haircut on Wednesday.
ISS Update - Oct. 26, 2011
Kate Wittenberg & John K. Lippincott - The Future of the Academic Library: A Symposium
A Conversation with Dr. Richard N. Haas - The Institute of Politics
Turkish quake victims demand supplies
India's rail ambitions still on track: company executive
Weekly ISS Recap - Oct. 17-21, 2011
Misrata Libyans celebrate into the night
Europe Week Ahead: Investors expect plan from EU meetings