Elizabeth Rogers introduces the Francis Center
Elizabeth A. Rogers, dean of the School of Health Sciences at Elon University, began the dedication of the Gerald L. Francis Center by welcoming guests and introducing the center.
Spotlight on the Arts Alma Mater
UGA Homecoming on Nov. 3, 2012 also marks the start of the Spotlight on the Arts festival, which continues through Nov. 11. More than 50 events will highlight the performing, visual and literary arts at the University of Georgia. For a schedule and more information, see arts.uga.edu.
What the Next President Needs to Know about Countering Violent Extremism
A discussion of counter-terrorism and homegrown extremism in the U.S., sponsored by the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding and the Duke Islamic Studies Center. Panelists: David Schanzer, associate professor at Duke University's Sanford School of Public Policy and director of the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security; Heather Hurlburt, executive director of National Security Network; and Haris Tarin, director of the Washington, D.C., office of the Muslim Public Affairs Cou
Viking Bowl 2012
The first Viking Bowl at Del Mar College took place on Oct. 19, 2012 on the East Campus Grassy Knoll. Members of the College community cheered on their respective favorite team in the inaugural East Campus vs West Campus flag football contest, sure to become a new tradition at DMC.
What is college fashion in 2012?
Whether it's sweatpants and a ball cap or a button-down dress shirt and khakis, students at Penn State and colleges around the country have a style all their own. It may change from decade to decade and even semester to semester, but it remains unique and special. We talked to two clothing shop owners to see what they saw in student fashion trends.
Leadership and Political Marketing in the US Presidential Elections
Professors Donna Ladkin and Paul Baines discuss the leadership capabilities and marketing campaigns of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in the US presidential race.
Best practice: Customer experience management
Customer experience is always on the agenda of managers and so it never leaves our agenda at Cranfield. Professor Hugh Wilson, Director of the Cranfield Customer Management Forum (CCMF) talks about orchestrating great customer experiences. Key themes include understanding and optimisation. We obtain understanding through better insight about our customers and achieve optimisation through effective management of our people and processes.
Purdue Gangnam Style
Purdue Pete and lots of Boilermakers, including women's basketball coach Sharon Versyp, basketball players Anthony Johnson and Terone Johnson, drum major MinChan Koo and the Purdue cheerleaders show off their Gangnam Style moves.
BusinessCast 236 with Darden Professor Ed Hess
What's the latest rage in higher education? MOOCs, "Massive Open Online Courses" are gaining attention with the public and Coursera has partnered with serveral major universities including U.Va. to bring knowledge to the masses. At Darden, Professor Ed Hess will be piloting our first Coursera MOOC in January with "Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth for Private Businesses". Ed sits down with Abena to discuss this exciting new venture. In Darden headlines: "Stakeholder Theory Conference Hosted by Ols
Screaming in space
The Cambridge University Spaceflight Society are loading screams onto a smartphone that will be blasted into outer space later this year. The public are invited to submit their screams, which will be emitted while in orbit at the same time as the phone records - to test if it's possible to capture the sound of screaming in space. Members of the University's Office of External Affairs and Communications decided that they too wanted to get a scream played in space, so here it is... enjoy! If you
Householders Who Use Violence on Burglars
At the 2012 Conservative Party conference, new Justice Secretary Chris Grayling announced plans to amend the criminal law to ensure that even householders who react in a way that may seem disproportionate in the cold light of day will be protected from prosecution. This reopened a long-running discussion about the balance of legal rights between the home owner and those trespassing onto the property for criminal purposes. The law received the most scrutiny in the case of Tony Martin, the Norfo
Bernard Schwartz Distinguished Lecture Series
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Real Writing for Real People: Joanne Catania
"Being a Police Officer, Is it More Guts and Glory or Pen and Paper?" Joanne Catania
Leadership Summit for Student Leaders
Eric Mullen from GRCC reviews important information for student leaders. The Org Sync portion starts at approximately 25:30 into the whole presentation.
The Skill of Giving Feedback: Sarah Slachter and Stuart Noorman
As part of the "Who Cares, Why Bother?" Writing Conference at GRCC, two professional tutors explain how to give effective feedback on writing.
Diversity Conversation: Kambri Crews
GRCC Alumnae and Fubble Entertainment creator Teresa Thome interviews performer and author Kambri Crews as part of the GRCC Bob and Aleicia Woodrick Diversity Learning Center's 2012-2012 Diversity Lecture Series.
340 GG Ghost Words
Words that shouldn't exist.
David Roentgen: Apollo Clock
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