Coastal Walk - Stop 11
The stretch of coastline between Slapton Sands and Start Point lighthouse is one of the most beautiful and interesting in the UK. In this podcast, we take you along the way, combining fascinating snippets of information about the natural history, geography, geology and history of the area. Presented by Dr Phil Bradfield, Open University tutor, this walk has something for everyone. This is the eleventh stop on the walk.
Authors@Google: Ross Perlin
Ross Perlin spoke to Googlers in Mountain View on May 11, 2011 about his book Intern Nation: How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy. About the book: "How many interns does it take to screw in a light bulb? Who cares, it's free. If that joke triggers cringe-inducing memories of schlepping coffee, Perlin, an intern turned intern activist, is your man. His exposé on the internship model initiates a critical conversation on internships—when are they exploitative and whe
May 9, 2014, graduation ceremony - 2:30 p.m.
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Mutual Aid: The Anarchism of Peter Kropotkin Managing best practice 11/6/08: Utah Legends Affordable Care Act Georgia Information Video 1 Engaging students in ethical debates Thomas Burns Memorial Lecture 1 - 'Biblical Traditions of Liberation': Introducing Deliverance Polit Your Big Data Action Plan Meet the Author - Write Tracks Next steps RMIT Siemens Fine Art Awards (Long) Volker Albus Curator Talk Are you getting enough sleep? Stars line the Red Carpet at the Academy Awards "On the Front Lines with Martyn Burke" - Alumni Reunion Day - June 7th 2014 The Evolution of Social Entrepreneurship Dimensions of the Global Food Crisis: Session 4 In Conversation with Mark Henaghan
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Professor Chris Voss explains how firms can adopt best practice to succeed
With lost mines and the Three Nephites, grieving Indian maidens and a lake monster - Utah is full of legends. Whether they can be proven true or not, they're great stories and they teach us a lot about who we are. Thursday, Doug talks to
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This case study outlines an investigation into the acceptance of a new pedagogical paradigm aiming to engage and inspire students in ethical and entrepreneurial activity
Professor John Coffey, who is Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Leicester, UK, presents the Thomas Burns Memorial Lectures for 2010. His theme: ‘Let my people go’: Exodus and Deliverance from Calvin to Obama. Lectures given August, 2010.
With the magnitude of data available and our growing capability to process it, big data has become an asset class that has spawned an entire industry. How should you be positioned to take advantage of it?
This link takes you to a page with 8 videos of varying lengths that feature writing tips for students by students.
Hibernation is an ingenious adaptation that some animals employ to survive difficult conditions in winter. This unit examines the differences between hibernation and torpor, and discusses the characteristic signs of hibernation behaviour. It explores the triggers that bring on hibernation, and whether internal signals or external season cues are predominant. It also examines the physiological adaptations that occur in hibernating animals. This unit builds on and develops ideas introduced in the
Professor Elizabeth Grierson, Head School of Art, RMIT University, and Suzanne Davies, Director RMIT Gallery, speak about the successful partnership between RMIT Gallery and RMIT School of Art and Siemens Ltd over the past 10 years of the Fine Art Award. They reveal how the program has generated some of the best and brightest talents in the arts industry. Four past winners of the RMIT Siemens Fine Art Awards also talk about how receiving the travelling scholarship money enabled them to further t
Somewhat Different: Contemporary Design and the Power of Convention
Our lives are getting busier and busier and it can often seem that there is not enough time in the day to get everything done. For many of us this means we are cutting down on the amount of time we are asleep. There is plenty of evidence, however, that in doing so we are increasing the risk of serious health problems, such as obesity and heart disease, as well as the problems associated with daytime sleepiness. Professor Franco Cappuccio, Chair of Warwick Medical School's sleep research group
A night of glamour as Hollywood stars adorn the red carpet at Academy Awards. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained its reputat
Martyn Burke '64 will take you around the world in pictures and words, sharing his personal encounters with dictators and hitmen, spies and superstars, heroes and villains. As an award-winning author, filmmaker and journalist, Burke has interviewed Idi Amin, directed Peter O'Toole, slept in caves with moujahedeen fighters and written Hollywood comedies. Delivered at Hamilton Hall, Saturday June 7th 2014. Video production by the Science Media Lab.
Hear from some of the world’s experts in social entrepreneurship, including Alastair Wilson, CEO of the School of Social Entrepreneurs UK, and Benny Callaghan, CEO of the School of Social Entrepreneurs Australia, facilitated by Jan Owen, CEO at The Foundation for Young Australians (FYA).
Professor Geoff Lawrence, Head of School of Social Science, University of Queensland presents "Emerging Pressures on First World Food Exporters: From Climate Change to Supermarkets". 44th Otago Foreign Policy School - Salmond Hall, Dunedin, New Zealand. Friday 26 June to Sunday 28 June 2009.
The Faculty of Law is pleased to present Professor Mark Henaghan, Dean of the Faculty of Law at Otago in conversation with Professor Nicola Peart. Professor Henaghan speaks about his journey from University of Otago student to academic to the Faculty of Law’s longest serving Dean. He discusses family law, judicial appointments, leadership and ‘The Human Genome Project’. May 2013
Managing best practice
11/6/08: Utah Legends
Affordable Care Act Georgia Information Video 1
Engaging students in ethical debates
Thomas Burns Memorial Lecture 1 - 'Biblical Traditions of Liberation': Introducing Deliverance Polit
Your Big Data Action Plan
Meet the Author - Write Tracks
RMIT Siemens Fine Art Awards (Long)
Volker Albus Curator Talk
Are you getting enough sleep?
Stars line the Red Carpet at the Academy Awards
"On the Front Lines with Martyn Burke" - Alumni Reunion Day - June 7th 2014
The Evolution of Social Entrepreneurship
Dimensions of the Global Food Crisis: Session 4
In Conversation with Mark Henaghan