Portraits for Metate
Five young women in white shirts and long skinny ties.
Morrill G. Boynton in a tuxedo
Morrill Graves Boynton dressed in a tuxedo and sitting in a chair. Photograph of a photograph.
Field day prizes, Pomona College
A woman places an award around the neck of student athlete wearing a decorative robe as a large crowd of men and boys looks on.
Scenery in the Toluca Wash.
Spectators on the sidelines of a game between Pomona College class of 1901 and class of 1904
A group of women in hats watch a game between the Pomona College class of 1901 and the class of 1904 from the sidelines. Note the woman sitting with a camera and tripod on the front row.
Winter Twig Key
This interactive key to deciduous trees is based on winter twig images and is modified from a dichotomous key by E. Lucy Braun. Winter Twig Key combines side by side images of twigs with contrasting features emphasized by text and field marks. You choose the image that has the general feature most like the twig you are trying to identify and click on the image to display a new page with more choices until an identification to genus is reached. At the top of each page, the previous descriptive
War, Peace and Justice: the dilemmas of International security
Prof Adrian Hyde-Price from the University's Department of European Studies & Modern Languages examines the nature and causes of contemporary war and conflict, and considers the prospect of peace in the 21st Century.
Samuel Farber: "Cuba 1959: Roads Chosen and Not Chosen" SAMUEL FARBER was born and raised in Cuba and received his Ph.D. in
Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley in 1969. He has
written numerous books and articles on Cuba including Revolution and
Reaction in Cuba, 1933-1960, and most recently, The Origins of the
Cuban Revolution Reconsidered published by the University of North
Carolina Press in 2006. He is currently working on a book on Cuba since
the 1959 Revolution for Haymarket Press. He is a
SAMUEL FARBER was born and raised in Cuba and received his Ph.D. in
Yochai Benkler: "Freedom of Power in the Networked Information Environment" YOCHAI BENKLER is the Berkman Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal
Studies at Harvard, and faculty co-director of the Berkman Center for
Internet and Society. Since the 1990s he has played a central part in
characterizing the role of information commons and decentralized
collaboration to innovation, information production, and freedom in the
networked economy and society. His books include The Wealth of
Networks: How social production transforms markets and f
YOCHAI BENKLER is the Berkman Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal
Corporate Finance for Health Care Administrators, Fall 2008
HMP 607 is the third in a three-course sequence intended to impart to generalist administrators the knowledge of finance and accounting necessary to manage health care organizations. The first course, HMP 608, covers financial accounting. The second course, HMP 606, focuses on managerial accounting topics. This third course concentrates on corporate finance topics. It aims to impart an understanding of how finance theory and practice can inform the decision-making of the health care firm. A
Imaginantes - Crónica de un drama anunciado (Hugo Arguelles)
Este anuncio es de Televisa (Imaginantes) promueve la práctica de ir al cine y leer novelas. (1:20)
Game Theory, Fall 2008
This is a standard course in "game theory," designed with the School of Information MSI students as the primary audience. This course is the pre-requisite for several ICD courses. To be well-prepared for management, policy and analysis in the information professions you need to first have a solid grounding in game theory and its applications to problem solving. Thus, the primary objective is to teach you a set of useful theories and how to apply them to solve problems. The emphasis is on method
Digital Government 2: Information Technology and Democratic Administration, Winter 2009
Course is the second of a two-part sequence exploring contemporary practices, challenges, and opportunities at the intersection of information technology and democratic governance. Whereas the first course (SI 532) focuses on tensions and innovations in democratic politics, this course takes on emerging directions in democratic administration and the shifting role of information technologies in supporting, transforming, and understanding these. The first part of the course sets contemporary disc
Networking Job Search Strategies - Joy Gandall
http://graduatestudies.concordia.ca/gradproskills/ GradProSkills is a graduate and professional skills training program at Concordia University launched in August 2011. The program encourages graduate students to develop their networking skills at various events held throughout the year. In March 2012 we invited Concordia Alumni to participate in a speed networking event. The event included a presentation by Joy Gandall, Professional Human Resources Consultant and Concordia JMSB Alumni, who off
2012 Mongolian Update - Part 7
On 13 November 2012, the newly established Mongolia Institute at The Australian National University hosted the inaugural Mongolia Update in Canberra. The event, hosted by ANU and supported by the Embassy of Mongolia, was aimed at informing Australian government, business and academic specialists, as well as the general public, of recent developments and trends in Mongolia's politics, economics, society, culture and environment. Part 7 features an introduction by Dr Jack Fenner, from the School