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Chemical Engineering Centennial Seminars - February 17, 2011
Surya K. Mallapragada, Department Chair and Stanley Chair in Interdisciplinary Engineering at Iowa State University, discussed Bioinspired Materials during the Centennial Seminar on Feb. 17, 2011. https://engineering.purdue.edu/ChE/AboutUs/Centennial/seminars.html
Driving your career
Eliana Zem, Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Diageo North America, discusses talent development March 15, 2011, at Thunderbird School of Global Management.
China Update 2010: Opening session on the next 20 years of economic reform and development
China Update 2010: The next 20 years of economic reform and development The China Update is hosted by the Rio Tinto- ANU China Partnership, between the China Economy Program in the Crawford School and Rio Tinto Australia. The China Economy Program is Chaired by Professor Ross Garnaut and Directed by Dr Ligang Song. The China Update is an annual event at which world leading experts present the latest research on the Chinese economy. Each year, the latest edition of the China Update Book Series is
Subaltern Studies thirty years on: some unanswered questions
Dipesh Chakrabarty is currently the Lawrence A. Kimpton Distinguished Service Professor in History, South Asian Languages and Civilizations, and the College, University of Chicago. He is also a Faculty Fellow of the Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory, an Associate Faculty of the Department of English, holds a visiting position at the Research School of Humanities and the Arts at ANU and an Honorary Professorial Fellowship with the School of Historical Studies at the University of Melbourne,
East Asian regionalism: Power, interest and institution-building
With the inauguration of the East Asia Summit (EAS) in 2005, a tangle of regional institutions competes for attention and resources, and as long as the 16-nation ASEAN+6 framework continues to coexist with the 13-nation ASEAN+3 and the 21-member Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) frameworks, there is argument as to why the various regional institutions have emerged and co-existed in Asia. This seminar analyses the importance of the sequence of regional institution building to understanding
Burma votes 2010 - Episode 1
It is 20 years since Burma held its last national election. Over the past decades a military dictatorship has retained supreme power. In this series of vodcasts and podcasts from the Australian National University's College of Asia and the Pacific in Canberra we hope to make sense of the election and what it may mean for the future of the country.
HIV 2 Design Pitch 1/3
Design pitch presentation from HIV 2 team in 20.380, Spring 2011
Sunday Service - 3/20/2011 - Sam Wells
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Dr Samuel Wells delivers a sermon entitled "Our Tortured State." Bulletin: http://bit.ly/eHC8yE Sermon: http://bit.ly/gzfoaR
PharmTalk: Students Talk About Why They Want To Be Pharmacists
PharmTalk is a special production from the UA College of Pharmacy that features two of our alumni, Keith and Kevin Boesen. PharmTalks are fun videos about pharmacy careers meant to appeal to middle & high-school students. In this episode, pharmacy students talk about why they want to be pharmacists. http://www.pharmacy.arizona.edu
BBSF 2011: Dr. Christopher B. Howard, President, Hampden-Sydney College
Dr. Howard gives the closing keynote at the 2011 Black Business Student Forum (BBSF) Conference at the Darden School. The topic of this year's conference was "Education in the New Economy." Recorded February 25, 2011. Dr. Christopher B. Howard, the 24th President of Hampden-Sydney College, is one of the youngest college presidents in the United States. Hampden-Sydney, a liberal arts college for men, has been in continuous operation since classes began in 1775 on its historic campus 60 miles so
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2010 MSU President's Report: Can we sustain clean water resources that are being depleted?
Michigan State University hydrogeologist David Hyndman describes what would happen if the High Plains Aquifer, a vast underground system of natural water storage that spans eight states, were to be depleted. He explains what MSU and the Kansas Geological Survey are doing to develop viable solutions that will keep the water flowing for generations of crops, livestock, and people to come.
2010 President's Report: How can we prepare young people to become global citizens?
Angelika Kraemer, outreach coordinator for Michigan State University's Center for Language Teaching and Advancement and director of the university's Community Language School, explains how Spartans are preparing children to be competent global citizens by helping them learn to read, write, and speak in a number of world languages—from Arabic to Urdu.
Checking In: Jeff Derstadt - Programming Data and the Entity Framework Jeff Derstadt is a developer on the Entity Framework team, and in this video Erik visits Jeff to learn more about what he does day to day. Jeff and Erik talk about programming data, generally, and the Entity Framework development model, specifically. We learn about how Jeff got into software development, how/why he landed in the data world, things he's working on, his team's interaction with developer customers, providing the things users of EF need/want - like Code First-, and the
Jeff Derstadt is a developer on the Entity Framework team, and in this video Erik visits Jeff to learn more about what he does day to day. Jeff and Erik talk about programming data, generally, and the Entity Framework development model, specifically. We learn about how Jeff got into software development, how/why he landed in the data world, things he's working on, his team's interaction with developer customers, providing the things users of EF need/want - like Code First-, and the
Building a Business: Marketing: Creating and Keeping Customers
Jonathan Reynolds, Academic Director of the Oxford Institute of Retail Management, presents the third lecture of the 2010/11 Building a Business lecture series.
Reclamefolders lezen : Praktische toepassingen Met een zelf samengestelde folder leren leerlingen producten in folder opzoeken. Eveneens zit er een kleine rekenoefening in verwerkt.
Met een zelf samengestelde folder leren leerlingen producten in folder opzoeken. Eveneens zit er een kleine rekenoefening in verwerkt.
Lernspiel: Uhrzeit auf Englisch
Ein kleines Lernspiel, um die englischen Uhrzeiten zu üben. Das Spiel geht so: Es wird eine Uhrzeit am unteren Rand als Text dargestellt. Das Kind muss dann oben auf die Uhr klicken, die diese Uhrzeit zeigt. War der Klick richtig, kommt eine kleine Maus und frisst einen Käse. War die Uhrzeit falsch, wird die Maus von der Katze gefangen.