Laws of Power 48: Design a Plan to Win
Thunderbird Professor Karen Walch, Ph.D., continues her 48-week series on the Laws of Power for 21st Century Global Negotiators. Learn more at http://knowledgenetwork.thunderbird.edu/worldcafe/
Growth pattern at Bucyrus
Bucyrus International CEO Tim Sullivan, a 1976 graduate of Thunderbird School of Global Management, talks Nov. 2, 2010. http://thunderbird.edu
3.4 Poverty as the effect of economic or political causes
The third and final cluster of ideas about poverty are those which imply causes that lie in the external world of the economy and politics. For example, an increase in the number of people working in low-paid jobs produces lower incomes and more people living in relative poverty, or changes in government policy on welfare benefits might reduce incomes or trap people in poverty because they lose benefits when they earn income. These definitions locate poverty as an effect of causes beyond indi
R. L. Stine - Interview
Video done by Barnes & Noble/meet the writers. The creator of the Goosebumps and Horrorland books, R.L. Stine invites us into his NYC apartment to talk about his beginnings, his inspirations, and his fantastic (if a little frightened) fan base. He talks about how he found a typewriter in his attic and that is how he got his start. When he was a kid he would read Tales from the Crypt and The Vault of Horror, he said they were funny and scary at the same time and he LOVED them. He said he thin
Layers of the Earth
Explains in details about the different layers of the earth. Easy to follow along and take notes. Great for studying or doing homework.
Molecular Biology Animated
Building on decades of research and mountains of data, scientists and animators are now recreating in vivid and sometimes jaw-dropping detail the complex inner workings of cells. This video shows some of these animations, as well as discusses with scientists and animators the importance of this work.
Peace Corps Symposium II: The Impact of International Service: What Are the Lessons?
University of Michigan 50th Anniversary Peace Corps Celebration
Moderator: James Jackson, Director, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan
1.Amanda McBride, Assistant Professor of Social Work, Director of the Gephardt Institute for Public Service, and Research Director of the Center for Social Development, Washington University
2.Roopal Shah, Executive Director and Co-Founder, Indicorps
3.Carrie Hessler-Radelet, Deputy Director, Peace Corps
A Conversation with Texas Tech's Comic Book Guys
Rob Weiner, a pop culture subject librarian for Texas Tech University Libraries, and Jeremy Short, the Jerry S. Rawls Professor of Management in the Rawls College of Business, discuss their recent books themed on comics.
Weiner has penned books including Marvel Graphic Novels and Related Publications: An Annotated Guide to Comics, "Graphic Novels and Comics Libraries and Archives."
Short has written two graphic-novel textbooks - "Atlas Black: Managing to Succeed" and its sequel, "Atlas Black:
This course treats various methods to design and analyze datastructures and algorithms for a wide range of problems. The most important new datastructure treated is the graph, and the general methods introduced are: greedy algorithms, divide and conquer, dynamic programming and network flow algorithms. These general methods are explained by a number of concrete examples, such as simple scheduling algorithms, Dijkstra, Ford-Fulkerson, minimum spanning tree, closest-pair-of-points, knapsack, and B
Toying with Transmedia: The Future of Entertainment is Child’s Play
In what could be the ultimate twist on Toy Story, Henry Jenkins suggests that action figures -- those Star Wars and Masters of the Universe dolls from a few decades ago -- had the power to spark human creativity and transcend their original function. Jenkins argues such toys served children and yo
Thomas Friedman: The Global Marketplace and the Common Good
The signature event of the 2010-2011 Notre Dame Forum, "The Global Marketplace and the Common Good", featured Thomas Friedman, the influential Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist from The New York Times. Friedman has examined a wide range of subjects in his work, including globalization and worldwide economic issues, religious fundamentalism and terrorism, and the Middle East conflict. He has won three Pulitzer Prizes and has had four best-selling books, most recently The World is Flat and Hot, Fla
POL310 Fall 2010 Session 10
POL310 American Government Session Ten 11/13/10 Brenda Riddick
Guest: Zahra Billoo, Council on American Islamic Relations,
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