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Interview Bloopers #3: "Does Your GPA Reflect Your Work Ability?"
Sometimes, truth is stranger than fiction: this series is based on actual responses given during real interviews. Don't make the same mistakes! Check out the many resources available to you through Career Services at http://www.career.arizona.edu/Students/interviewguide.
Living Beyond 100: Can We, and What If We Do?
Shane C. Burgess, Dean, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona, presented this lecture on January 24, 2012. Abstract: For most of human history, what we today consider a "reasonable life span" was a significant achievement for the average human. This remains the case in many parts of the world, but for westerners in particular, the magic age "100" is becoming a milestone to which many now realistically aspire. Our science has allowed us to immortalize cells and is givi
PMAD Sharroky Hollie
People Make a Difference with Danny Brassell 1/30/12 Guest; Sharroky Hollie
Progress Toward Development of a Whole Sporozoite Vaccine for Malaria
The 4th Annual CEND Symposium - Fighting the Diseases of Poverty Steve Hoffman "Progress Toward Development of a Whole Sporozoite Vaccine for Malaria" January 13, 2012 Sponsored by the Henry Wheeler Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases http://globalhealth.berkeley.edu/cend/
Bears Basketball vs. Northern Iowa Highlights: Jan 28, 2012
Highlights from the Missouri State Men's Basketball game vs Northern Iowa on January 28, 2012.
Lady Bears Basketball Highlights: Jan 27, 2012
Highlights from the Missouri State Women's Basketball game vs. Indiana State on January 27, 2012.
Developing iPad Applications
Carnegie Mellon University's Human-Computer Interaction Institute is offering the course "Developing iPad Applications for Visualization and Insight." Co-taught by CMU Assistant Professor Niki Kittur and a team of top industry developers, this course will focus on the design and implementation of iPad applications that help users visualize and make sense of large data sets. The course is available for free at Carnegie Mellon University on iTunes U and on the new iTunes U app -- bringing the t
Who Gives a Tweet?
Twitter users say only a little more than a third of the tweets they receive are worthwhile. Some are not worth reading at all, according to a new study by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, MIT and Georgia Tech. Paul Andre, a post-doctoral fellow in Carnegie Mellon University's Human-Computer Interaction Institute, is the lead author of a study. Along with his colleagues -- Michael Bernstein and Kurt Luther, doctoral students at MIT and Georgia Tech, respectively -- he created "Who Gi
Developing iPad Applications: Lecture 1
Carnegie Mellon University presents the first lecture from the Human-Computer Interaction course "Developing iPad Applications for Visualization and Insight." Watch the rest of the lectures and access course materials on iTunesU or on any iOS device with the free iTunesU app - https://itunesu.itunes.apple.com/audit/499050344
Making Strategies Work
Dr Pietro Micheli discusses strategy implementation and how strategies can be made to work
Creating Boundaries For Growth
Jan Bartscht, director and co-founder of UK based leadership training company, Adepicos, Ltd, speaks about leadership on Jan. 26, 2012, at Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona. http://www.thunderbird.edu/
Interim Thunderbird President Barbara Barrett
U.S. Ambassador Barbara Barrett speaks Jan. 23, 2012, shortly after the announcement that she will serve as interim president at Thunderbird School of Global Management starting April 27, 2012. http://www.thunderbird.edu
Young Alumni - Let us hear you ROAR!
Harvard Thinks Big: "Religion in the Age of Pluralism" - Diana Eck
Diana Eck, Professor of Comparative Religion and Indian Studies and Frederic Wertham Professor of Law and Psychiatry in Society, on what everyone needs to know in a new era of faith and globalization.
WOD 2-1-12 Quail
Summer Institute Workshop 7/21/10
Formas Poéticas Clásicas (En Español)
El profesor Pablo Yáñez explica las diferencias entre las formas poéticas como la oda, la elegía y el soneto. El profesor ofrece muchos ejemplos para el estudiante. El video dura aproximadamente 5 minutos. (5:07)
Musicians@Google: Joshua Bell & Jeremy Denk
Musicians Joshua Bell and Jeremy Denk visit Google's New York, NY office to performed a few selections from their new album "French Impressions." After the performance, Bell and Denk chat with Google's Eileen Naughton about their collaboration. On their new album "French Impressions," Grammy-award-winning violinist Joshua Bell and his longtime friend and recital partner, pianist Jeremy Denk offer a passionately nuanced interpretation of works by Saint-Saëns, Ravel and Franck. "French Impressio
CUAHSI Cyberseminar: Larry Murdoch, Clemson University, 2/25/2011
By: cmatiuk Protecting Coastal Cities from Catastrophic Flooding