The week ahead: Amount owing
Greece’s IMF bill, Barack Obama’s meeting with Arab leaders and the European Commission’s new plan for migration
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INSEAD's Global Thought Leaders: Hal Gregersen
INSEAD Professor of Leadership Hal Gregersen, shortlisted for the Thinkers50 2013 "Innovation Award", explains what sets disruptive leaders apart from the pack.
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2.2 Vibrant civil societies and a networked globe

One thing is common to all three attempts to find a route to a sustainable economy and society: in different ways they all assume that people will get actively involved in making human societies more sustainable. But this transformation will not take place through the corporate world's promises, by local protectionism, a return to ‘strong states’ or the publication of numerous indicators. Any of the three positions outlined above requires interactions and feedbacks created by a vibrant
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Paul Israel, Director and General Editor of the Thomas A. Edison Papers at Rutgers University, talks about the modernization and transformation of the spaces where industrial innovation takes place, from machine shops to industrial laboratories, with a particular focus on Edison and his laboratories.
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Black History Month: A Professor and Student Discuss Being Black in Academia
Assistant professor Bryan Carter sits down with PhD candidate Dee Hill Zuganelli for a frank discussion on what it's like to be black in academia. Topics include the importance of community, the challenges of being different, and practical advice on how to support other minorities in academia.
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Welcome to this Futures workbook on finding work. It is split into several sections describing different techniques for finding work. You can dip in and out of the different sections; however it is not wise to rely on only one mechanism for finding work. It is a competitive market for final year students and new graduates and so you should try many alternate ways to find work.
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The Women's Health Research Team -- College of Charleston
The Women's Health Research Team was founded in January 2013 by Dr. Andrea DeMaria and Dr. Beth Sundstrom at the College of Charleston. The mission is to investigate health issues specific to women and adolescent girls, promote interdisciplinary research collaborations, and communicate research findings and health-related information to empower women in the Charleston community, South Carolina, and beyond. The Women's Health Research Team incorporates qualitative and quantitative methodologies
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An examination of the relationship between environment and the flora that surrounds us with Jerry Turney www.YouTube.com/csuDHTV [Please Subscribe]
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5.9 Plagiarism

Referencing is not only useful as a way of sharing information, but also as a means of ensuring that due credit is given to other people's work. In the electronic information age, it is easy to copy and paste from journal articles and web pages into your own work. But if you do use someone else's work, you should acknowledge the source by giving a correct reference.

Taking someone's work and not indicating where you took it from is termed plagiarism and is regarded as an infringement of
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Bin Laden's son-in-law convicted of terrorism charges
Osama bin Laden's son-in-law Suleiman Abu Ghaith is found guilty of terrorism-related charges in Manhattan Federal court. Jillian Kitchener reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 year
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Error, Lies and Adventure: The Power of Lies [Audio]
Speaker(s): Hilary Lawson, Dr Parashkev Nachev, Dr Jaime Whyte | We have seen a gradual erosion of belief in objective truth, but in a world without truth how are we to understand lies? This second event in the series debates the nature of lies and their importance. Are lies necessarily morally wrong, and what is the relationship between lies, power and individual identity? This lecture is the second of a three-part series entitled Error, Lies and Adventure, the first talk 'Beyond Truth: Error a
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A healthy exchange
The impact of the new Obama Health Reform Bill will be felt beyond America as it places a magnifying glass on cross-national challenges such as healthcare innovation, healthcare spending, transparency of processes and greater accountability says Dr Jim Rice, a US academic and Senior Fellow of the Centre for Health Leadership and Enterprise at Cambridge Judge Business School.
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New procedure a minimally-invasive alternative for heart failure patients
Mar. 26 - Czech doctors are pioneering a unique and minimally invasive heart modelation surgery, which is expected to significantly improve the quality of life for patients recovering from heart failure. The procedure isolates damaged tissue from healthy muscle within the left ventricle, leaving a smaller, but more efficient chamber to do the work. Rob Muir reports. More Innovations: http://smarturl.it/Innovations Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters tells the world's stories
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Texas Law and Keeping Pregnant Woman Alive
SMU Law Professor and Medical Ethicist Tom Mayo talks about state law and the case of Marlise Munoz, who is 19 weeks pregnant but whose family reportedly has been told she is brain dead. Hospital officials say that by state law they are required to keep her on life support.
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Punching Above Our Weight

Last week the Mises Institute hosted another outstanding Austrian Economics Research Conference at our campus in Auburn. Attendees enjoyed three days of cross-disciplinary presentations by more
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