Evolution from Telecommunications to Mobility
The Information Networking Institute celebrated its 20 year anniversary in April 2010. This panel discussion, moderated by Marvin Sirbu, INI founder and Professor, Engineering and Public Policy, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Tepper School of Business, focused on how a 1980's partnership with a telephone company grew into a launch pad for the CyLab Mobility Research Center and other emerging technology initiatives. Panelists were Asim Smailagic, Research Professor, Electrical and Com
Challenges of being a CEO: American Express
American Express CEO Ken Chenault talks to London Business School about turning points in his career, lessons in leadership and shares useful career advice.
Adam Hochschild in Eastern Congo Adam Hochschild talks to Hugh Eakin about the epidemic of violence against women in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Adam Hochschild talks to Hugh Eakin about the epidemic of violence against women in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Virtual Maths - Basic Structures, shear force uniformly distributed load
Interactive simulation, demonstrating shear force, uniformly distributed load
Histopathological techniques - 4 Cover slipping sections on glass slides
This video demonstrates the technique of transferring sections of tissue to glass slides.
Who Showed Up, Who Stayed Home, and Why: California Turnout in 2014
This election featured a record-low turnout. Why? What did the electorate look like? What should we expect for turnout in future California elections, both in presidential and gubernatorial years? Panelists: Cynthia Bryant, Executive Director, California Republican Party Mark DiCamillo, Director, Field Poll Paul Mitchell, Political Data Mindy Romero, Director, California Civic Engagement Project, UC-Davis Tracy Zeluff, Senior Partner, GroundWorks Campaigns Seema Mehta, Los Angeles Times - Moder
Global Studies Seminar Series | Dr Elizabeth Kath
This seminar explores the research findings recently published in the book Social Relations and the Cuban Health Miracle (Transaction, April 2010). Adopting a theoretical framework based on findings in recent ‘state capacity’ and ‘social capital’ literatures, the book explores the puzzle of Cuba’s key national health indicators, which are extremely positive for the country’s region and developing status, and given the arduous external circumstances it has faced in recent decades. The
Global Studies Seminar Series | Dr Anne McNevin
What does it mean to opt-out of citizenship? Reflecting on the inter-war refugee crisis, Hannah Arendt theorised statelessness or the lack of national citizenship as the loss of the right to have rights and the ultimate state of dehumanisation. More recently, Georgio Agamben has theorised the refugee as the figure of homo sacer, reduced to bare life (existence without political status) through the excesses of sovereign power. Agamben's work has been highly influential in studies which point to t
Global Studies Seminar Series | Professor Robyn Eckersley and Dr Martin Mulligan
The new politics of climate change: building political momentum and community support for adequate action on climate change. In regard to responding to the enormous challenges of climate change, the public debate in Australia has been frustratingly narrow and yet polarising. The Rudd/Gillard governments have put nearly all their emphasis on the twice-defeated Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) and an increased roll-out renewable energy alternatives, while the Abbott-led opposition has given new oxy
Global Studies Seminar Series | Professor Jim Falk
In a recent book Professors Joseph Camilleri and Jim Falk set out to investigate how the capacity of humans to shape their future - and in particular through the processes which collectively have become known as public governance - are, could, and perhaps even should evolve during this period of extraordinary transition which humans and their planet are experiencing. Inevitably such a goal could be only partially realised. In this seminar Jim Falk will describe some of the elements of this anal
Months - Preschool, Kindergarten, First Grade
Learn the Months of the Year. This is a child-narrated video. Preschool + Kindergarten + 1st Grade. (03:27)
Storytelling and healing in South Africa
Early Career Fellow Sorcha Gunne talks about her work on South African post-apartheid literature and whether revealing the 'brutal truth' can heal the troubles of the past
Security Fundamentals: (01) Understanding Security Layers | Security Fundamentals Learn about defense in depth and the various options available for securing resources at the various layers at a high level. Full course outline:
Learn about defense in depth and the various options available for securing resources at the various layers at a high level.
Full course outline:
Inaugural lecture - Tuberculosis: from immune control to global control
Given by Professor Ajit Lalvani, Chair in Infectious Diseases
UA Celebrates Sun Link Streetcar
On July 25, the UA was one of five stops along the Sun Link streetcar's ribbon-cutting ceremony route.
True Diversity: A Multiplier in Global STEM Innovation
Dr. Pamela McCauley Bush presented "True Diversity: A Multiplier in Global STEM Innovation" on Thurs., April 3 from 4:00-5:00 pm in 1-190.
Lawrence Bailey - Market Research Valedictory Lecture - slides (as PDF)
A pdf of the slides used in Lawrence Bailey's guest lecture on Market Segmentation, Qualitative Research and Conversations Across the Garden Wall at Leeds Metropolitan University on 27 January 2011.
The post-crisis politics of financial reform: business as usual or new global order?
Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, President of European Socialist Party and former Prime Minister of Denmark talks about the politics of current efforts to regulate the financial sector.