Update in Gynecologic Cancer
Fidel A. Velea, MD, from Duke Gynecologic Oncology, talks about gynecologic cancers and the unique problems, risk factors, and distinct symptoms that are associated with them.
Todd Rakoff Byrne Professor of Administrative Law, Harvard Law School
The Power of Theater
Diane Paulus Artistic Director, American Repertory Theater Professor of the Practice of Theater, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Leading Business Education
Nitin Nohria Dean, Harvard Business School Richard P. Chapman Professor of Business Administration
Differences in STEM Baccalaureate Attainment by Ethnicity
Kimberly Koledoye, John R. Slate, Sheila Joyner
In this study, we examined the extent to which differences were present in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) baccalaureate a
13.10.2011 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainieren Sie Ihr Hörverstehen mit authentischen Materialien. Nutzen Sie die Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. Die führenden deutschen Wirtschaftsforschungsinstitute sehen die Bundesrepublik vor einer harten konjunkturellen Bremsung. Eine Rezession könne aber knapp vermieden werden, wenn die europäischen Regierungen es schafften, die Euro-Schuldenkrise einzudämmen, heißt es im Herbstgutachten der Ökonomen, aus dem
Newbie Lesson S4 #28 - Learn This Japanese Before it’s Too Late!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You ask business representatives a lot of questions. But, I’ll bet that one you ask all the time is, “What are your hours?” In Japan, you’ll find yourself needing to ask this important question frequently. More importantly, you’ll need to understand the person’s reply. This newbie Japanese lesson makes it easy for [...]
Living in Moscow: An Overview
Moscow, a city of contrast and rapid development, has thrown open its doors to business and tourism alike since the collapse of the Soviet Empire. This 3:45 long video provides a quick overview of the city and its change over time. The emphasis on the current Moscow.
Gary Schmidt: 2011 National Book Festival
Author Gary Schmidt appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Gary Schmidt still uses a 1953 Royal typewriter for all of his writing. He is a two-time winner of the Newbery Honor Award, for "Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy" and "The Wednesday Wars." Schmidt is also a professor of English at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich. In his new book, "Okay for Now" (Clarion), Schmidt continues the story of Doug Swieteck from "Wednesday Wars," which he has called "a comedy a
Competitive advantage through new business models
Cambridge Service Alliance's conference 'Service innovation: Competitive advantage through new business models' saw leading industrialists discuss how to improve competitiveness, create jobs and boost their respective economies
A Conversation with Lily Tomlin & Cheryl Swannack (Otis College)
Lily Tomlin talks and laughs with friend Cheryl Swannack at the Opening of "Doin' It In Public" at Otis College of Art and Design. Both were active at the Woman's Building early on. They are joined at the end by Phranc. Mary Jean "Lily" Tomlin is an American actress, comedienne, writer, and producer. Tomlin has been a major force in American comedy since the late 1960's when she began a career as a stand up comedian and became a featured performer on television's Laugh-in. Her career has span
Berkeley Writers at Work with Alison Gopnik
Professor Alison Gopnik, author of The Philosophical Baby, reads from her work, is interviewed about her writing process, and takes questions from the audience. The Writers at Work series provides an opportunity to hear from UC Berkeley writers about all aspects of their writing process, from research to drafting, revising, and editing.
Students and guest speakers discuss tips for entrepreneurial success at Kent State's Sixth Annual Entrepreneurship Extravaganza. Kent State University's Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation hosted the free event on October 6th, 2011.
Understanding Kids at Risk
Scientists struggle to save Argentine jaguar
Oct. 14 - South America's biggest cat, the jaguar, is at risk of disappearing from Argentina in as few as 20 years if nothing is done to stop the illegal hunting that has brought the species to its knees. Jaguars are the victims not only of hunters but also of poor law enforcement so scientists are taking their own steps to bring the jaguar back from the brink. Andrew Schmertz reports.
Lee Mingwei: The Moving Garden
The Moving Garden comprises a forty-five-foot-long granite table with one hundred freshly cut flowers that appear to grow out of a channel running down its middle. Created by New York--based artist Lee Mingwei, the interactive installation also includes single blossoms arranged around the channel, which visitors are invited to take when they leave the Museum, on the condition that they make a detour on the way to their next destination and give the flower to a stranger as a gift. As the day wear
Authors@Google Presents Alton Brown: Good Eats 3, the Later Years.
Alton Brown stops by the Googleplex to discuss his latest book and to answer fan-submitted questions. He also shares the latest from the Next Iron Chef America. You can catch the final chapter of Good Eats in his book, "Good Eats 3", and he'll be presenting some live events this Thanksgiving.
UCLA MDCUNE Bird Song System Lecture 3 of 4 (2010-02-01)
UCLA MDCUNE Bird Song System Lecture 3 of 4. UCLA Department of Neuroscience and Department of Psychology undergraduate lecture on Bird Song System (part 3 of 4) by Dr. William Grisham, Ph.D., on 2010-02-01. Part of the Modular Digital Course in Undergraduate Neuroscience Education (MDCUNE) project: http://mdcune.psych.ucla.edu/
Blue plaques and such-like "X lived here" memorials
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