AHEC: The Role of the Constitution in the Civil War
Dr. Mark E. Neely, Jr., McCabe Greer Professor of History, Pennsylvania State University presents The Role of the Constitution in the Civil War" as part of the Perspectives in Military History Lecture Series presented by the Army Heritage and Education Center. Abraham Lincoln's record on the Constitution and individual rights has fueled a century of debate. Now, in the Pulitzer Prize-winning "The Fate of Liberty", Mark Neely depicts Lincoln's suspension of habeas corpus as a well-intentioned
USAWC - Making National Security Policy in the 21st Century
Dr. Alan Stolberg, Henry L. Stimson Chair of Military Studies Associate Professor of National Security Studies and Director, National Security Policy Program U.S. Army War College, discusses the challenges of Making National Security Policy in the 21st Century.
Wildlife Conservation In the West
Katherine Wang talks about her work with the Wildlife Conservation Society and the goals the group has set out to accomplish.
Imaging: Here’s Looking Through You, Kid
Dr. Lawrence Stein is an Associate Professor of Radiology at McGill University and Chief of Radiology at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal.
Conceptions and Misconceptions of Autism
There is a proliferation of information about autism in the media and in research. In this lecture, Professor Tara Flanagan discusses the things that we know, don't know, and misrepresent about autism.
Native American Homes
A variety of pictures of different styles of Native American homes. No narration. The only value would be for the students to try and tie in the geography with the structures. Best if the teacher stops the video at times to help the students see the structures more clearly. Some photos have no place in this video as they don't relate to subject.
Fear and Memory
Dr. Karim Nader is a professor of Psychology, William Dawson Scholar, Alfred P. Sloan Fellow and CIHR New Investigator. His work on memory manipulation could revolutionize treatment of disorders from post traumatic stress syndrome to drug addiction.
Adaptation, Extinction and Global Change
McGill Biology professor Graham Bell describes examples of rapid evolution as well as situations where adaptation hasn't happened. He further explains how organisms are likely to evolve in the coming period of rapid environmental change.
Joe Clark (Part 2): Talking Management
Karl Moore talks management with Joe Clark, Former Prime Minister of Canada.
Larry Smith: Talking Management
Karl Moore talks management with Larry Smith, CEO of the Montreal Alouettes CFL football team.
Guy Hachey: Talking Management
Guy Hachey, CEO of Bombardier Aerospace, talks to McGill's Karl Moore about Bombardier's vision and process.
Andre Navarri: Talking Management
McGill's Karl Moore talks with Bombardier Transportation's President Andre Navarri about the future of Bombardier Transportation.
The Berkley Center Lectures: Islam and Democracy (with Tariq Ramadan)
Tariq Ramadan, professor of Theology at Oxford University, discusses issues of Islam and Democracy.
Shameless Success - Paul Abbott
Paul Abbott, creator and writer of television's 'Shameless', talks about his career to Coventry University.
Provisional Rights and Past Injustice
Professor Anna Stilz (Princeton University) gives a paper for the Kant and Colonialism conference held at Nuffield College, Oxford. Introduced by Dr Reidar Maliks.
Fieldhockey Penalty corner
How to manage a penalty corner
Silicon Chips and Nano Devices
Silicon Chips and Nano Devices - Leslie Carr Keywords:UNSPECIFIED
Can we predict leadership effectiveness?
Dr Mary Jacobsen talks about her research into the key characteristics of effective leaders and the instrument she has developed with Ashridges help to predict a persons leadership effectiveness.
Climate Change - The Science (Part B)
Professor and Director of the UC Irvine Environment Institute Michael J. Prather delivers the second lecture in Earth System Science 280: Sustainability Science on Wednesday, October 6, 2010.
Biodiversity and Ecology
Associate Professor of Earth System Science Diane Pataki delivers the third lecture in Earth System Science 280: Sustainability Science on Wednesday, October 13, 2010.