WGLT - Radio Faces
Radio Faces™ is one of GLT's signature events. We've brought you Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep, Weekend Edition Sunday host Liane Hansen, White House correspondant Don Gonyea, veteran newscaster/Wait, Wait judge Carl Kasell, ATC co-host Melissa Block with ATC producer and GLT alum Brendan Banaszak, and Radiolab co-host and NPR Science Desk correspondent Robert Krulwich for memorable evenings over the last 6 years.
2011 Armstrong Softball team Intro
Get to know your 2011 Armstrong Softball Team in this intro.
Gospel Values and Work - Episode 1 in "Finding Meaning"
We can't be living our Gospel values if we put them on hold from 8a.m.-5p.m. This program will help us to apply these values when we are swarmed by conflicts at work, difficult work environments, and just the demanding expectations that can bury us in survival mode. Tune in for practical suggestions and real life applications that will bring greater meaning to your work life. Moderator: Daniel G. Groody`86, C.S.C. Associate Professor of Theology and the Director of the Center for Latino Spiritu
Lecture 4, January 24
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Over the next few years, we have a real chance to set a path towards a low-carbon future. It is the only realistic future for growth and for overcoming world poverty. The global economic downturn is an opportunity to invest in green technology while costs are lower. Nick Stern is IG Patel Professor of Economics and Government at LSE and chairman of LSE's new Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.
Temple Crest Park - Tampa Florida Plastic Pollution
Video encouraging cooperation and collaboration in the efforts to clean up the plastic pollution at a park in Tampa, Florida. Videos that document before and after clean up efforts are a good way to mobilize communities and measure impact.
Absolute beginners: behavioural economics and human happiness
In Absolute Beginners by The Jam, Paul Weller sang "I need the strength to go and get what I want". The problem is that we often want things that do not improve our wellbeing. Or at least that is what we think the evidence is telling us. This lecture explores the sources of our mistakes and the robustness of the evidence. It considers the implications for public policy of us being absolute beginners about the sources of our wellbeing. Paul Dolan is a Professor in the Department of Social Policy,
The Haves and Have Nots
Inequality is a surprisingly slippery issue, involving not just straightforward comparisons of individuals, but also comparisons of price and consumption differences around the world – and over time. In this lecture Branko Milanovic, the lead economist at the World Bank's research division, will approach the issue in a new and innovative way, focusing on inequality in income and wealth in different time periods and contexts: from inequality in Roman times (and how it compared with inequality t
Byrne Administration: Interview with Gus Lembo (October 22, 2009 Part 3)
This interview is a part of the Eagleton Institute for Politics's Program on the Governor. For more information please visit their website: http://governors.rutgers.edu/
2.Valuing our teaching
In this video our academics reflect on the high standard of teaching on offer at Nottingham, and how important it is to them.
Christmas Scenes Around the World
no longer available. This video shows photographs of Christmas at locations around the world including Buenos Aires, Hawaii. Hungary, Korea, and more. The video is accompanied by "Silent Night" in 3 different languages.
Ryan Beedie - On the 22 Million Gift and His SFU Education
Ryan and Keith Beedie have donated $22 million to Ryan's alma mater—SFU Business, which will now be named the Beedie School of Business. This is the largest gift that Simon Fraser University has ever received. SFU will use the gift to create an endowment supporting students, professorships and research chairs. More info at : http://at.sfu.ca/mhYPBl
The Subprime Crisis
Bubbles in the stock market and the housing market are the cause of a financial crisis that is wreaking havoc around the world. The bubbles in turn are caused, at their core, by popular misunderstandings. This contradicts the 'rational expectations' view of the economy that has guided much economic theorizing. In dealing with this crisis in the short run, some kind of bailout of injured parties is necessary to prevent damage to the social fabric. In the long run, we can help mitigate such crises
Global Shocks, Global Solutions: Meeting 21st Century Challenges
Dr Ian Goldin is the first Director of The James Martin 21st Century School at Oxford University taking up his position in September 2006. Goldin was Vice President of the World Bank (2003-2006) and prior to that the Bank's Director of Development Policy (2001-2003). He served on the Bank's senior management team, and was directly responsible for its relationship with the UK and all other European, North America and developed countries. Goldin led the Bank's collaboration with the United Nations
The Reform of the International Financial System: a proposal with the lessons from the crisis
A crisis that has impoverished the world has shown the need for an enhanced rules-based framework for the international financial system. More transparency, better regulation, incentives and oversight and a more in depth understanding of the implications of increased financial interdependence in a globalized world are the basis for the reforms needed.
Lecture 27 - 6/1/2009
Lecture 21 - 5/15/2009
Math Song - Place Value to the Thousands
The Math Song in this video explains place value to the thousands and describes how commas are used to help us read numbers in the thousands. (4:33)
Easby Abbey J870557 EASBY ABBEY, North Yorkshire. Refectory from the South West.
EASBY ABBEY, North Yorkshire. Refectory from the South West.