Dr. Carol Miller - Academic Spotlight
Dr. Carol Miller, distinguished professor of business law, was recently selected as the recipient of the Women's Justice Legal Scholar award. The award is presented by the Missouri Lawyer's Weekly Media. The Legal Scholar award is awarded to women faculty members or administrators who have fulfilled the women's justice ideals through their own work with the justice system through their research or scholarship, or through teaching and inspiring others. The award recognizes women across Missouri
Originally posted by SDSC on SDSC's CI Channel at: www.cichannel.orgKim Bak Olsen, Associate Professor Department of Geological Sciences at San Diego State University, California discusses earthquake simulations.
Pressure in a Graduated Cylinder
As you go farther below the surface of a fluid, the pressure increases. Professor Ephraim Fischbach demonstrates pressure in a graduated cylinder in this video from Thinkwell's online Physics series. Run time 03:18.
Detective Fictions: In Pursuit of Sovereignty in the Postcolony
Professor Jean Comaroff gives the 2008 African Studies Annual Lecture on the situation in South Africa, the rise of crime and violence as well as the rise private security companies and belief in the supernatural forces of witchcraft.
Corporations Are Not People Too
Punishing individuals instead of firms would be a more effective deterrent to wrongdoing
Lessons from Hurricane Katrina: Can We Save California's Delta?
Lessons from Hurricane Katrina: Can we save California's Delta? Raymond B. Seed, Professor of GeoEngineering, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering The catastrophic flooding of New Orleans during hurricane Katrina was the single most costly failure of an engineered system in history. It was also a social and cultural tragedy of unprecedented peacetime proportions for the United States. After the disaster, a team of leading experts from across the country examined the engineering and
Lord Puttnam on New Media
Lord Puttnam talks new opportunities in broadcasting and education
Information and Service Design Symposium
The UC Berkeley School of Information hosts a symposium to launch the new Information and Service Design (ISD) program at the I School. The symposium features the best graduate student papers on the Information and Services Economy. Introducing the ISD Program and the Symposium AnnaLee Saxenian, Dean, School of Information Bob Glushko, Adjunct Professor, School of Information Christo Sims - Defining Services for Designers This paper is part of a larger effort to improve methodologies for servic