This Week @Minnesota: March 21-25
In this week's episode of "This Week @Minnesota" the University of Minnesota's Japan Student Association sells origami cranes to benefit disaster victims in Japan, check out the Gopher men's swimmers at the NCAA National Championships on campus and "Stand Up" to keep campus safe through a new U of M campaign. What would you like to see next week on "This Week"? Let us know on Twitter @UMNews!
"Tax Issues in the NBA, MLB, and NFL" - Joe McNulty
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2.2 The challenge of methods The methodological challenges facing the social sciences are best outlined in the form of a series of questions about how we should engage in research and what kind of research attitude is appropriate. Should social scientists look to the assumptions and methods developed in the natural sciences or develop their own assumptions and methods? Do the objects which we study in the social sciences, such as the self, society, the economy, i
The methodological challenges facing the social sciences are best outlined in the form of a series of questions about how we should engage in research and what kind of research attitude is appropriate.
Should social scientists look to the assumptions and methods developed in the natural sciences or develop their own assumptions and methods?
Do the objects which we study in the social sciences, such as the self, society, the economy, i
Care is needed at all stages of life. This unit makes care in the family its focus because the overwhelming majority of care, including health care, is supplied in families, much of it in private, much of it unnoticed and unremarked upon. The meaning of the term (informal carer) and the word (care) itself are explored.
SUNY Oswego SCMA Overview
A promo video for the offerings in SUNY Oswego's School of Communication, Media and the Arts.
Northeastern Iditarod Challenge 2011
Watch these Huskies compete in Northeastern's own version of the Iditarod, which includes a 2000 meter row, an arduous cycle ride, and a mile-long uphill run.
The Spotlight - Don't Bug Me!
Features an in depth interview with Mr. Marvin Gunderman, aka "The Bug Man", from the Department of Biology at McMaster University. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride as he guides us through a humorous look at entomology (the study of insects).
"Is Peace Studies My Field Too?"
Kroc faculty explain how they connect their 'home' academic disciplines and peace studies. From the 2010 Summer Institute for Faculty. http://kroc.nd.edu/
From Conflict Resolution to Strategic Peacebuilding
John Paul Lederach explores the evolution of the field from 'simple' conflict resolution to state-of-the-art strategic peacebuilding. From the 2010 Summer Institute for Faculty. http://kroc.nd.edu/
Faculty conversations: Lisa Lapidus
Lisa Lapidus, assistant professor with the Department of Physics and Astromony, talks about her work in the field of biological physics and her research on protein folding. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/9112/
Staff profiles: Susi Elkins
Susi Elkins, content and community engagement manager for WKAR, talks about her unique role coordinating stories across different types of media. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/9115/.
Behind the scenes: Apparel & Textile Design Fashion Show 2011
MSU junior Brittany Tuori takes us behind the scenes at MSU Department of Art and Art History's Apparel and Textile Design Fashion Show, which took place Feb. 26, 2011, at Wharton Center. The fashion focused on sustainable design, such as a gown made out of recycled rubber gloves! More info at www.art.msu.edu.
In this module we introduce coherence, which provides a more computationally friendly alternative to conditions such as the spark, NSP, or RIP. We briefly describe the theoretical relationship […]
Instance-optimal guarantees revisited
In this module we demonstrate the difficulty of obtaining instance-optimal guarantees in the L2 norm. We then show that it is much easier to obtain such guarantees in the probabilistic setting.
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center launches unprecedented Moon Shots Program to increase patient survival
By: mdanderson Inspired by America’s drive a generation ago to put a man on the moon, MD Anderson’s Moon Shots Program is a highly-concentrated effort to rapidly and dramatically decrease suffering and death in several major cancers, including acute myelogenous leukemia (AML) and myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS); chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL); lung; melanoma; prostate and two cancers linked at the molecular level: triple-negative breast and ovarian. Focused teams are building on new techn