Research & Relevance: Tim Kraft
Assistant Professor Tim Kraft discusses how businesses are a part of society and how they can no longer operate in a "bubble." His research looks at environmental issues in regard to supply chain and operations management. The Initiative for Business in Society (IBiS) is a research center dedicated to being the foremost global catalyst of thought, information and action on business' role in society. U.Va. Darden School of Business faculty discuss how their work contributes to preparing leaders
The First Week at Darden - 2012
Darden Second Year; Peter Gavin (MBA '13) interviews fellow students at First Coffee about their first week back at school. September 2012.
Study Abroad (Office of International Education)
The University of Richmond has one of the most successful study abroad programs of any US university. We offer options in all regions of the world and can accommodate any major. Most UR students go abroad at least once before graduation and find their lives and careers enriched by the experience.
University of Maryland Study Suggests Neonatal Cardiac Stem Cells May Help Restore Heart Function
Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, who are exploring novel ways to treat serious heart problems in children, have conducted the first direct comparison of the regenerative abilities of neonatal and adult-derived human cardiac stem cells. Among their findings: cardiac stem cells (CSCs) from newborns have a three-fold ability to restore heart function to nearly normal levels compared with adult CSCs. Further, in pre-clinical models of heart attack, hearts treated with ne
IDS350 Session 1 Fall 2012
Gardens of California with Jerry Turney 09/09/12
Realizing the Democratic Ideal at Illinois State
At the bachelor's level, Illinois State University is the largest producer of teachers in the United States. In all, 5,000 Teacher Education students enroll in 43 programs across five colleges annually at Illinois State. And every single one is working hard to realize the Democratic Ideal. Learn more at http://COE.IllinoisState.edu
Talking Crepes with Kinchie
Interview with President of Kinchies LLC, Andrew Kincheloe. Discussing starting out as a young entrepreneur, the struggles, the achievements, and what you must do to succeed.
Catholic Mass - 9/9/2012 (Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time)
Duke Catholic Center Fr. Michael Martin, OFM Conv., celebrant http://catholic.duke.edu Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, 9pm Homily begins @ 17:11 Please note that due to the Chapel's closure next Sunday, there will be no live broadcast or streaming of Catholic mass. A copy will be posted to www.youtube.com/DukeChapel within 2-3 days. Both evening and morningmass will be in Goodson Chapel in Duke Divinity School's Westbrook building next week (Sept 16). Scripture: First Reading: Isaiah
Tower Views - Music Fest 2012
In this edition of Tower Views, Larry Burns is in the studio with Alexander Zonjic discussing Music Fest- this Friday, September 14.
Tower Views - UT Gateway
In this edition of Tower Views, Larry Burns is on location at The Gateway Development with Matt Schroeder VP Real Estate & Bus Development.
UT Gateway Dedication
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Reopens Oct 27
Born in New York City, Roosevelt had lifelong connections to the Museum. His father was one of the founders, and young Theodore often visited. Later, Museum scientists advised him on conservation policy. In this video, Museum Curator David Hurst Thomas; Roosevelt biographers Douglas Brinkley, Edmund Morris, and Patricia O'Toole; and Theodore Roosevelt IV discuss Roosevelt's lifelong association with the Museum and his conservation legacy. Douglas Brinkley, a professor of history at Rice Univ
Bison Diorama Highlights Conservation Effort
Ross D. E. MacPhee, a curator in the Mammalogy Deparment and supervising curator of the restoration of the Hall of North American Mammals, explains how both species featured in the American bison and pronghorn antelope diorama thrive today because of the careful efforts of committed conservationists such as Theodore Roosevelt. The restored Hall of North American Mammals and the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial reopen October 2012. Visit http://amnh.org/roosevelt for more information. CREDITS: MUSIC
Uniqlo CEO says speed won't always win retail race
Sept. 7 - With its products taking on average a year and a half to get to market, Fast Retailing president Tadashi Yanai is betting on 'slow fashion' appealing to cost-conscious consumers.
OECD September economic forecast
Sept. 6 - The organisation publishes its outlook for member states. Chief Economist Pier Carlo Padoan will tell Reuters' Axel Threlfall the thinking behind the numbers.
Reuters Today: ECB euro plan will force Spanish loan - HSBC
Sept. 7 - Spain's 10-year borrowing costs fall below 6% after the ECB announces a new bond buying programme, but HSBC's Daragh Maher says Madrid will have to ask for more help if it is to keep yields down.
Breakingviews: M&A for grown-ups?
Sept. 7 - Glenstrata drama is no way to do M&A say Reuters Breakingviews. Halting a shareholder vote after markets opened makes Glencore's boss look more trader than statesman CEO.
Could German vote undo Draghi effect?
Sept. 7 - What happens if the German Constitutional Court votes "nein" to Germany's participation in the esm rescue fund?
ECB bond plan not game changer but buys time - Roubini
Sept. 7 - Renowned NYU economics professor, Nouriel Roubini, says the ECB's plan to buy government bonds will help the euro zone, but will not solve all its problems.
How Italy's banks are coping with the crisis - Unicredit CEO
Sept. 7 - Pressure on Italy's banks is intensifying. Federico Ghizzoni, CEO of the country's biggest lender Unicredit, tells us how they are coping with capital flight, recession and euro break-up fears.