Japan's Grand Strategy
As the Soviet Union disappeared so did the most serious threat to Japanese security. But it was not long before four new threats took its place. Japan, rarely credited for its foreign policy, has responded with surprising strategic agility. Richard Samuels is Ford International Professor of Political Science and director of the Center for International Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Black Panther, the revolutionary art of Emory Douglas
Emory Douglas, ex Minister of Culture for the Black Panther party, will speak about the history behind the art of the party, and take a look at some more recent works. Emory Douglas was born May 24th, 1943 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Douglas attended City College of San Francisco where he majored in commercial art. He was politically involved as Revolutionary Artist and then Minister of Culture for the Black Panther party in Oakland, CA from February, 1967 until its discontinuance in the Early
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Terezin (Theresienstadt) Hearses.
Titled, dated and initialed lower right.,Hearse used for all transport in the camp.,Titled, dated and initialed lower right.,Hearse used for all transport in the camp.
Author(s): Troller, Norbert, 1900-1981

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Newton and the Counterfeiter: The Unknown Detective Career of the World's Greatest Scientist
Who knew that one of mankind’s greatest scientists also worked as a gumshoe on London’s mean streets, or that this same absent-minded professor helped England fix its monetary policy from an office in the Tower of London? Thomas Levenson brings all sorts of surprises to light in his own sleuthing of a little known but significa
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UMMC Physician Profile: Nader N. Hanna, M.D.
This one-minute video introduces viewers to Nader N. Hanna, M.D., F.A.C.S., an associate professor of surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and head of surgical oncology at the University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center. Some of Dr. Hanna's special interests include pancreatic cancer, colorectal cancer and sphincter preservation surgery and adrenal tumors. Watch this video to learn more about his practice at UMGCC. Related Links: Dr. Nader Hanna http://www.umm.edu/doct
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Tips for Poster Design
Posters are another way of communicating your information They are best used as an aid to a discussion and should only represent the essence of your topic Rememberless is more See the following web sites to help you with the design and layout as well as the dos and donts with regard to poster design
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Negotiation: Invest in Honesty
Alberto Vollmer, Chairman and CEO of Rum Santa Teresa in Venezuela, talks Nov. 16, 2010, at Thunderbird School of Global Management about cross-cultural negotiation. http://knowledgenetwork.thunderbird.edu/research/
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TED407 Fall 2010 Session 12
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Science of NFL Football - Newton's First Law of Motion
"Science of NFL Football" is a 10-part video series funded by the National Science Foundation and produced in partnership with the National Football League. In this segment, NBC's Lester Holt breaks down Isaac Newton's First Law of Motion and how it can change how fast players can speed the football up or slow it down. Professors Tony Schmitz of the University of Florida and Jim Gates of the University of Maryland explain why the control of inertia is so vital to the outcome of the game.
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Creating Play or Story Characters
Creating characters for a play or story requires pulling from personal
experience to give the characters real attributes and personalities is the objective of this two minute video. A talking head video without any examples from literature, but an overview of possibilities.

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5.3 Researching
Writing reports and assignments can be a daunting prospect. This unit is designed to help you develop the skills you need to write effectively for academic purposes. You will learn how to interpret questions and how to plan, structure and write your assignment or report.
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CAD and Management of Construction Projects
The increasing interest in computer-aided design (CAD) has prompted research that is aimed at identifying the opportunities for construction managers and building contractors. It has been found that the use of CAD systems in the U.K. is mainly confined to the production of detailed drawings. Indeed, most of the systems used are 2-D drafting tools and incapable of supporting the integration of even modest amounts of nongraphical (construction) data. On the other hand, many 3-D modeling systems ha
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Who Invented Calculus?
In this video learn that calculus was invented by either Newton or Leibnitz in the late 17th century.  A mathematics instructor uses a white board to aide in his presentation about who invented calculus and discusses their methods. 

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Spartan Sagas: Manpreet Singh, Healing one child at a time.
Manpreet Singh has dedicated her career in psychiatric medicine to trying to understand why children develop mental illness, with the ultimate goal of preventing its onset. A principle she learned early in life—known as "seva," or service—has shaped the kind of physician and teacher she has become. "Something that was very important to me—that Michigan State very much cultivated in the way that it educated me to be a very compassionate and service-oriented physician—is that I could insti
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China's Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Linda Yueh | What drives China's impressive growth and will it continue? Parsing the evidence leads to some surprising conclusions and also points to needed reforms to sustain development in the coming decades. Linda Yueh is director of the China Growth Centre and fellow in economics at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford. She is also adjunct professor of economics at the London Business School. Linda's new book is entitled China's Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower.
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How to Juggle
A tidy series of short videos that are easy to understand starting with one ball and ending with how to juggle three balls. The trouble shooting video is especially good for students.

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