Wolf Creek Power Plant Logo
A panel of museum staffers interrogates Murl Riedel on the symbolism of the Wolf Creek Nuclear Power Plant logo, and if Wolf Creek is responsible for the two-headed calf phenomenon in Kansas.
European Business Practice and Culture workbook 4: International Business Perspectives and Ethics
In this module section, you consider the intellectual framework in which to evaluate your personal ethics in business. You will also consider implications of national cultures for ethical values in business, expressed in attitudes to commercial situations.
Student diversity and the international dimension
This PowerPoint presentation explores student diversity and internationalisation. It is aimed at those working with students in HE. It covers ALT implications, global perspectives and working with disability.
The applets in this section of Statistical Java address Power. Users can perform one or two tailed tests for proportions or means for one or two samples. Set the parameters and drag the mouse across the graph to see how effect size affects power.
Presents major nutritional problems that influence the health, survival, and developmental capacity of populations in developing societies. Covers approaches implemented at the household, community, national, and international levels to improve nutritional status. Explores the degree to which malnutrition can be prevented or reduced prior to achieving full economic development through targeted public and private sector interventions that address the causes of malnutrition.
International Environmental Negotiation, Fall 2002
This is the fourth subject in the Environmental Policy and Planning sequence. Seminar looks at problems of managing common resources, difficulties of achieving transboundary pollution control, and the dilemmas of regional harmonization of environmental protection standards (particularly in Europe). At the core of these problems are issues of how best to structure international negotiations. Focuses especially on problems of representation voting, linkage, and enforcement. The class will explore
Law, Social Movements, and Public Policy: Comparative and International Experience, Fall 2002
Examines the role that courts and grassroots groups play in shaping public policy, at the global level and in selected countries. Primary focus on the impact of the relationship between courts and grassroots activism, on current issues like trade, environmental regulation, and human rights enforcement. In addition to recent international public policy institutional processes including the World Trade Organization and the World Bank, case studies from key countries like the US and India are exami
Enter the world of PowerUp, a free, online, multiplayer game that allows students to experience the excitement and the diversity of modern engineering! Playing the game, students work together in teams to investigate the rich, 3D game environment and learn about the environmental disasters that threaten the game world and its inhabitants. Teacher's guide and lesson plans included.
CCA 2009 International Exhibition "Visions Beyond Borders"
Artworks by current international exchange students from our partner institutions, international degree-seeking students, and CCA students who studied abroad in fall 2008. Camera & editing: Karen Jaimes Music: Jodie Ellis Narrative: Mutsumi Kanzawa Advisor: Peter Hendricks
Weed or resource? The international spread and exploitation of Prosopis - Phil Harris
This lecture was given by Professor Phil Harris at the Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies, University of Nairobi, on Wednesday 16th June 2010. Prosopis is a genus of legume trees and shrubs valuable as fuel, fodder and human food. As a result of their perceived value, Prosopis species have been distributed widely from their native range, mainly in South and Central America throughout the dry tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world. Unfortunately in several area
The International Health Service; The Power of Mobility and Broadband - Dr Mike Short
The series entitled 'Healthy Debates at Coventry' has attracted influential contributors from the Health and Social Care sector. In this talk Dr Mike Short; Vice President Telefonica Europe, O2 discusses the the use of mobile technology within the NHS. To find out more please visit http://wwwm.coventry.ac.uk/hls
International and Postgraduate Graduation 2010
CUTV went out and about to speak to some of our graduating students at this years International and Postgraduate Graduation Ceremony that took place in Coventry Cathedral. We hope that you enjoyed your day and your time here at Coventry University. If you want to keep up to date with us then please join the Friends of Coventry University Alumni Alumni Association at http://www.coventry.ac.uk/alumni All the best CUTV
The Praxis Centre - Release the power within
The future of every organisation relies on the quality of its people. The Praxis Centre at Cranfield School of Management is dedicated to the development of individuals, helping them to reach their potential for the benefit of themselves and their organisations. Our programmes bring a radical and innovative edge to conventional management thinking, while being firmly grounded in business issues. Through our diverse faculty, we are able to use a wide range of expertise to provide participants wi
Ira Green, Simmons and Company International
Ira Green (MBA '90), Managing Director with Simmons and Company International, joins us for this edition of "Hot Topics in Finance", a series of interviews with Darden School of Business alumni who are top players in the field of finance. They are giving back to Darden by interacting with current students in classroom sessions, giving their insights and perspectives, and answering questions that arise during the classroom discussions. This series of in-studio interviews gives us a chance to me
The International Monetary Fund's Kalpana Kochhar: Whats Ahead for the Indian Economy
IMF Economist Kalpana Kochhar discusses the resilience of the Indian market, hurdles to growth and why the pace of reform must accelerate.
Kevin and Hannah Salwen with Wharton's Stewart Friedman on The Power of Half
Wharton management professor Stewart Friedman talks with Kevin Salwen and his daughter, Hannah, about Salwen's book The Power of Half
Graduation Daily 2010: Faculty of Health & Leslie Silver International Faculty - Tuesday 20th July
Today sees students graduating from two of our faculties here at Leeds Met, Leslie Silver International Faculty and the Faculty of Health.
Graduations 2010: Leslie Silver International Faculty - 1700 Ceremony
This is the 5pm ceremony, held on Tuesday 20 July 2010 in our Graduation marquee for the Leslie Silver International Faculty. Graduands were joined by their families and friends as they celebrated their achievements. Families of our International students were able to watch our ceremonies live via our website. For more information on the Faculty and their Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses go to http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/lsif For a permanent record of this year's ceremonies please visit o
Mark Murphy speaking at The Business Journal's Power Breakfast on The Difference Network
Green Bay Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy spoke about the business direction of the Packers, redevelopment plans around Lambeau Field and the collective bargaining talks with NFL players.