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Spread the Word to End the "R-Word"
Students on River Campus joined with the Golisano Foundation and the UR medical center to help stop the use of "retarded" as a slur. Signatures were gathered for collection on the www.r-word.org site, t-shirts were given out, and spectators were treated to a performance by members of "Wheels in Motion," a Rochester dance troupe that features dancers of different physical abilities working together to form art and inform the community.
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Dinosaurs and the Call of Paleontology (Robert Bakker)
Step backward in time to visit the age of the dinosaurs with acclaimed American paleontologist Robert Bakker. Bakker shares his fascination for the Jurassic age with Upon Reflection host Al Page and dispels some of the myths and uncertainty surrounding conventional portrayals of dinosaurs. Once a guest lecturer at the University of Washington, he talks about evolution, extinction and his "call to paleontology."
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Born in a Trunk (Steve Allen)
Talk show pioneer and first host of "The Tonight Show" Steve Allen tells Upon Reflection host Marcia Alvar that his success in life stems from a series of happy accidents. In this video from the University of Washington, Allen also reminisces about the early days of television and the beginnings of "The Tonight Show." He reflects on fellow comedians and talks about his wife, Jayne Meadows.
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Art of Appreciation: Gauguin (Richard Andrews/Marla Prather)
Get a behind-the-scenes look at art exhibition with former director of the University of Washington Henry Art Gallery exhibition curator Richard Andrews. In this 1989 interview hosted Al Page, they are joined by Marla Prather, then associate curator of the Gauguin Exhibition at The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Andrews highlights the pros and cons of "block-buster" exhibitions while Ms. Prather reveals how the Gauguin collection came together. This video ends with a tour of the Gau
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Building the Mosaic of Emotion and Human Experience (Diane Ackerman)
Diane Ackerman, a poet, essayist and naturalist, imparts her passionate love of life and language to Upon Reflection host Marcia Alvar in this 1997 video from University of Washington. Join the author of more than two dozen books, including "A Slender Thread: Rediscovering Hope at the Heart of Crisis," as she talks about her writing and experiences as a counselor for a suicide crisis line.
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Changing the Japanese Stereotype: A Nail Sticking Up (Dave Barry)
Author and humor writer Dave Barry speaks with Upon Reflection host Marcia Alvar about his travels to Japan and their influence on his life and book, "Dave Barry Does Japan" in this video from the University of Washington. Barry considers the stereotype of the Japanese monster out to kill and destroy, juxtaposed with Japanese people, who he finds are quite the opposite. He points out that the true Japanese person is a hard worker, diligent and tries to please both customer and guest. He says the
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Why Are Men and Women So Different? (David Barash and Judith Lipton)
Why do male and female attitudes toward sex often collide? How do genes, hormones and culture affect these differences? Watch this 1998 Upon Reflection interview with David Barash, professor of psychology at the University of Washington, and Judith Lipton, psychiastrict, for an impassioned but informative look at their book "Making Sense of Sex: How Genes and Gender Influence Our Relationships" with host Ross Reynolds.
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The Best Job in the World (Bill Bradley)
From the Basketball Hall of Fame to the U.S. Senate, Bill Bradley isn't afraid of the limelight. While he is also a Rhodes Scholar and author of several books, Bradley's active role in government has taken center stage in recent years. In this 1996 interview from the University of Washington with Upon Reflection host Marcia Alvar, they discuss government bureaucracy and why Bradley decided to leave the Senate.
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Mae Jemison - 2014 WCTF Conference Keynote Address - 03/07/14
Mae Jemison delivers the keynote address of the 2014 Women of Color Task Force Conference on March 7, 2014 at Hill Auditorium.
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ABCs of a Newly Discovered Reading Impairment
Krieger School Cognitive Science Professor Michael McCloskey works with two individuals who fully understand what numerals and alphabetical letters are, but can no longer read them. Funded in part by the Johns Hopkins Science of Learning Institute, his research seeks to understand what is happening in the brain that is causing this perceptual problem while also trying to improve function for these study participants. Visit rising.jhu.edu to learn more.
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New Wonders in Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension Treatment
Drs. J. Michael Collaco and John Coulson of the Johns Hopkins Children's Center talk about how a new team approach is reducing mortality rates among pre-term infants with pediatric pulmonary hypertension and how philanthropy is playing a role. Patients' mom, Courtney Stewart, and Luke Marbury -- the president of the Hospital for Consumptives of Maryland (Eudowood Board) which has supported Johns Hopkins Medicine for 50 years -- share the impact of this collaborative intervention. Visit rising.jh
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A Common Drive to Serve
Undergrad Catherine Wilshusen, WSE '14, and doctoral candidate Desmond Flagg, BSPH, have both benefited from philanthropy and both share a passion for service. Wilshusen plans to become a high school math teacher and encourage girls to enter the STEM fields. Flagg -- who has been researching sugar-sweetened beverage purchases -- plans to address health disparities in disadvantaged populations. Visit rising.jhu.edu to learn more.
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New Human Remains Recovery Course for Summer 2014
Dr. Weisensee describes the new Human Remains Recovery course that will be taught in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology during Minimester A this summer. This course is one of six new summer-only courses that will be offered during summer sessions 2014. Please check out the following link for information about each of the new courses: http://www.clemson.edu/summer/summer-school/cuisp.html
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Reinventing the Workshop with Rowan Ricardo Phillips | Woodberry Poetry Room
In the second installment in the Poetry Room's series "Reinventing the Workshop," Rowan Ricardo Phillips questions the teleology of "competency" in the workshop and explores ways to align the ethos of the workshop with the idea of the lyric as a choral structure. Recorded at the Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard University. Date: February 25, 2014 For more information, please visit hcl.harvard.edu/poetryroom.
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"Bibliographic Sound Track" and "The Ph.D. Sound": Tan Lin | Woodberry Poetry Room
As a part of the Woodberry Poetry Room's innovative Discursives series, which invites poets to experiment with the lecture format, Tan Lin presented two experimental Powerpoint events. What followed was an evening of reading sidewise and upward, skimmings, dot-matrix word emergences, the revelation of data-management as "a species of autobiography," and in-depth discussion (at 31:48 of the event) of how we process our texts and our environments in highly unconscious ways. Date: March 4, 2014 F
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Alien Worlds with David Aguilar | CfA
Are we alone? Or could life on alien worlds really exist? David A. Aguilar, space artist extraordinaire, shows readers what creatures living on extrasolar planets might be like, in his National Geographic children's book "Alien Worlds: Your Guide to Extraterrestrial Life." Here he describes the process of applying real-world astronomy, biology and chemistry to imagine what life we might find on distant planets.
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2013 Outstanding Alumni Awards Gala
Each year, SFU and the Alumni Association honour our most accomplished graduates with Outstanding Alumni Awards. Nominations are made by alumni, faculty, staff, students and SFU's many friends in the community. Since the awards were first introduced in 1983, they have become one of SFU's most celebrated traditions. We applaud all our winners for their remarkable achievements.
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Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
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By the end of this section, you will be able to: Describe microeconomics Describe macroeconomics Contrast monetary policy and fiscal […]

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How Economists Use Theories and Models to Understand Economic Issues
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