HHMI Research Introductions: Kristine Nolan
The Research Introductions Series, sponsored by a grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, introduces students to the breadth of research happening at the University of Richmond. In these short, informal presentations, UR science, computer science, and mathematics faculty present their current research and discuss ways undergraduates can become involved in an undergraduate research experience. This talk features Kristine Nolan, Assistant Professor of Chemistry. For more on Dr. Nolan visit
Aris Candris: Role of Nuclear Power in an Energy-Constrained World
Carnegie Mellon University's top-ranked College of Engineering launched a new Leadership Speaker Series Oct. 11 by hosting Westinghouse Electric Company CEO Aris Candris (CIT'74, '79), who discussed the role of nuclear power in today's energy-constrained world. Candris also talked about the factors that are causing the growing need for energy and a comparison of yesterday's and today's nuclear industry. He was joined in the discussion by a panel of Carnegie Mellon energy experts, moderated by
Hyde Award 2010
Outstanding leadership and academic achievement awards were presented to Darden Second Year students at the School's annual awards ceremony September 1, 2010 during First Coffee. The Samuel Forest Hyde Memorial Fellowship, awarded by the Darden faculty, is named for a 1913 graduate of the University of Virginia who later joined the original Darden faculty. Hyde also established the first Darden scholarship to honor his son, who was killed in a plane crash in Japan. The Hyde award is presented to
Shermet Award 2010
Outstanding leadership and academic achievement awards were presented to Darden Second Year students at the School's annual awards ceremony September 1, 2010 during First Coffee. The William Michael Shermet Award is given to Darden scholars for outstanding academic performance and competitive spirit during their First Year program. The William Michael Shermet Award is presented to the student or students who have demonstrated academic excellence in the First Year program and who by their determ
4 Taking the point: identifying key ideas As earlier activities have demonstrated, active reading and note taking often come hand-in-hand. In order to read effectively we often have to jot down the main ideas and key words introduced in the text. We might also note down one or two questions as we go along to assist in the ‘thinking’ part of the process. But, like reading, note taking comes in all shapes and sizes, and different kinds of notes can be useful for different purposes. Moreover, good note taking, like purposeful,
As earlier activities have demonstrated, active reading and note taking often come hand-in-hand. In order to read effectively we often have to jot down the main ideas and key words introduced in the text. We might also note down one or two questions as we go along to assist in the ‘thinking’ part of the process. But, like reading, note taking comes in all shapes and sizes, and different kinds of notes can be useful for different purposes. Moreover, good note taking, like purposeful,
"War Eagle" from Tanzania
Nine undergraduate and graduate students from the College of Education under the leadership of Dr. Lisa Kasmer journeyed to Arusha, Tanzania in May 2010. This Study Abroad program provided these pre-service teachers an opportunity to become aware of how teaching is practiced differently in different cultural contexts and learn about Tanzania customs, values and traditions. During the week, students taught in local schools (including a lesson on how to offer a proper "War Eagle!") and had daily K
Watch what's new this fall on UWTV!
You won't want to miss what's new this fall on UWTV, channel 27! Monday night is packed full of Husky sports, with weekly updates from Coach Sark followed by Husky Classics. Find out what makes the digital media world tick Wednesdays on "Media Space" at 9, explore the cutting edge of strategic thinking in business with "Fostering Leadership" at 9:30, then take a look inside the University of Washington on "U-double-u three-sixty" at 10. Ready to escape the week? Watch "The Daily's Double Sh
The Role of Staff Rides in Public Education, Stan Malm
Stan Malm, instructor in the Division of Public Safety Leadership at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, discusses how a unique program feature called "staff rides" help develop leadership skills.
The Big History of Humanity
Aquinas World Affairs Lecture Series: Craig Benjamin, who teaches Big History at Grand Valley State University, presents on "The Big History of Humanity."
Burma votes 2010 -- 1 -- Des Ball and Morten Pedersen
Des Ball and Morten Pedersen are the guests in the first 'Burma votes 2010' vodcast. This video was recorded on 2 November 2010 and is hosted by Nicholas Farrelly. It is the first in a series about the 2010 elections in Burma. 'Burma votes 2010' brings together experts to discuss and analyse the poll and the political landscape ahead of and after the election day. If you have questions or comments for the team you can leave them here or join in the conversation at asiapacific.anu.edu.au/newm
Leading By Design Fellows Program at California College of the Arts
The Leading by Design Fellows program at California College of the Arts (CCA) provides senior professionals from any industry who are interested in leading innovation, the chance to have a greater impact in what they do. It's about leading change and creating lasting, sustainable business and social value. Graduates of the program receive a certificate in innovation leadership. For more information cca.edu/fellows Filmed and produced by CCA Film alumnus Adam Behrmann
Why choose the McColl School?
"We create a container where students can examine what leadership means to them and how they will use it and apply it."
ACS Talk on Cheminformatics in Open Notebook Science
I present at the American Chemical Society meeting in New Orleans on April 6, 2008. The use cheminformatics tools such as SMILES, InChI, InChIKeys and JCAMP-DX to store and retrieve experimental information on a public laboratory notebook is detailed.
Rochester Youth Year Fellows reflect on their year of service
An AmeriCorps* VISTA program housed in the Rochester Center for Community Leadership, the Rochester Youth Year fellowship places talented, recent graduates of Rochester-area colleges (including the University of Rochester) in youth-based community organizations for one year in order to create or expand initiatives that address the various challenges facing youth and families in Rochester.
Exploring Leadership-Yash Gupta
Yash Gupta, Dean of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, gives a speech for the Exploring Leadership Colloquium Series at the Goddard Space Flight Center.
The History of Leadership Impacting Intelligence Analysis, Bascom "Dit" Talley
Bascom "Dit" Talley, faculty advisor and academic coordinator for the Master's Degree in Intelligence Analysis for the Division of Public Safety Leadership at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, discusses the importance of students studying the history of leadership and using it to inform them in contemporary decision making.
This is a really good video that explains Stephen Hawking's theory on Black Holes. The video provides several relateable examples of concepts discussed in the the theory. The video also provides viewpoints from other experts as well.
ESD.801 Leadership Development (MIT)
This seminar meets six times during the semester. Students work in a seminar environment to develop leadership capabilities. An initial Outward Bound experience builds trust, teamwork and communications. Readings and assignments emphasize the characteristics of great leadership. Global leaders participate in the "Leadership Lunch" series to share their experiences and recommendations. Discussions explore leadership development. The learning experience culminates in a personal leadership plan.
‘Not for Free’: Saul J. Berman on Creating New Revenue Models
The "phenomenon of free" has hit many businesses hard, particularly media businesses, argues Saul J. Berman, Global & Americas Leader for the IBM Strategy & Change Consulting Group. In Not for Free: Revenue Strategies for a New World, Berman offers lessons from businesses that have integrated successful business model innovations, as well as from businesses that have failed to do so. Recently, Knowledge@Wharton and Jerry (Yoram) Wind sat down with Berman to discuss his thoughts
15.668 People and Organizations (MIT)
This course examines the historical evolution and current human and organizational contexts in which scientists, engineers and other professionals work. It outlines today's major challenges facing the management profession and uses interactive exercises, simulations and problems to develop critical skills in negotiations, teamwork and leadership. It also introduces concepts and tools to analyze work and leadership experiences in optional undergraduate fieldwork projects.