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Sustainable UMass
This video was a finalist in the 2014 Campus Climate Leadership video contest from Planet Forward. UMass Amherst, one of the greenest university campuses, offers 25 majors and 300+ courses that are sustainability-related. For details visit http://umass.edu/sustainability
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Duke Medicine Urogynecology
Duke's top-ranked gynecology program specializes in treating pelvic floor disorders including incontinence and vaginal prolapse. Our urogynecologists have advanced training in urology and gynecology, and treat women with a variety of pelvic floor problems, including bladder leakage, pelvic organ prolapse (dropped bladder, vagina, uterus or rectum), recurrent urinary tract infections, voiding difficulties and vaginal fistulas. We help you resume your normal activity quickly.
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Andrew S. Eiseman, M.D. Physician Profile
Andrew S. Eiseman, M.D. has been appointed as an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and the Director of the Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Service at the Albert Florens Storm Eye Institute at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Eiseman comes to Storm Eye from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where he served as the Chief of the Ophthalmology Service, the Director of the Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Service, and as an Associate Professor of S
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Jeffrey P. Blice, M.D. Physician Profile
Dr. Jeffrey P. Blice joined the Storm Eye Institute as a Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthalmology in October 2013. He is a specialist in vitreoretinal diseases and practices as a member of Storm Eye Institute's Vitreoretinal Surgery Division. Dr. Blice comes from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where he has served as Assistant Service Chief of Ophthalmology, Director of the Vitreoretinal Services, and Assistant Professor at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences.
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Kent State Holds Symposium on "The Neuroscience of Obesity"
Kent State University's second annual neuroscience symposium will cover the latest research findings on "The Neuroscience of Obesity" on April 3-4 at the Kent State Hotel and Conference Center located in downtown Kent, Ohio. In a keynote address on April 3 at 7:15 p.m., Michael Rosenbaum, M.D., an internationally renowned expert on obesity from Columbia University Medical Center, will talk about "Body Weight Regulation: Why Is It So Hard to Keep the Pounds Off?" Researcher presentations on Apri
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5 levers to a successful customer experience programme
Mark Hill from ResponseTek - www.responsetek.com -explains the five key components of customer experience management as: programme governance - with buy in across the organisation; cross-functional structuring; enterprise-wide operationalising - in order to collect actionable feedback; and developing an organisation-wide comms campaign around the brand. Part of the Cranfield Customer Management Forum Guest Speaker Series: http://bit.ly/9UuSf9
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Transforming the digital customer experience at Clothes2Order
Michael Conway explains how Clothes2Order - a leading online supplier of printed and embroidered clothing www.clothes2order.com - conducted quantitative research into buyers' attitudes and the competitive landscape, followed by qualitative research and user testing through the creation of a user lab. Engaging employees within the ongoing development process has led to improved packaging and photos of products in the manufacturing stage sent to customers ahead of delivery has generated positive f
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Differentiation through great conversation at CurrencyIndex
Jack May explains how CurrencyIndex - www.currencyindex.co.uk - winners at the UK Customer Experience Awards 2013, first started using social media as a captivating tool - by employees engaging with a project called Operation Bluebird. Daily market reports were uploaded to YouTube and shared through other social platforms. Communications around this key activity developed with regards to increasing customers' awareness of currency brokering services offered - whilst retaining that sense of fun,
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Queens honored at the 6th Annual CREative Thinkers Awards
Queens President Pamela Davies and Vice President for Campus Planning and Services Bill Nichols were honored on February 19 by The Carolinas Chapter of the Counselors of Real Estate at the 6th Annual CREative Thinkers Awards for their visionary thinking of commercial real estate development.
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Sign Here, Mr. President: Interpreting for Obama
MEL Talks at Meliora Weekend 2013 -- Saturday, October 12 in the Louis Alexander Palestra Dana Mittelman '05, American Sign Language Interpreter Taking the President of the United States' carefully chosen words and expressing them in American Sign Language is an intimidating task. Dana Mittelman shares her experience tackling the emotional and overwhelming honor.
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Nanotechnology for Powering the Planet: Why Size Matters
MEL Talks at Meliora Weekend 2013 -- Saturday, October 12 in the Louis Alexander Palestra Todd Krauss, Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry The physical properties of nanomaterials, which have sizes approximately one billionth of a meter, allow them to be highly tunable by simply controlling their size and shape. Professor Krauss discusses the potential for groundbreaking nanotechnological applications in numerous areas, from biotechnology to renewable and sustainable energy.
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Producing Dream Teams: The New Direction in Healthcare Delivery
MEL Talks at Meliora Weekend 2013 -- Saturday, October 12 in the Louis Alexander Palestra Sarah Peyre, Director, Center for Experiential Learning; Associate Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine and Dentistry; Assistant Professor, School of Nursing Advances in healthcare delivery and an increased awareness of healthcare teams are changing the educational structure for healthcare providers. Professor Peyre describes shifting paradigms in educating future healthcare providers to not only be e
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Turning Stem Cell Biology into Stem Cell Medicine
MEL Talks at Meliora Weekend 2013 -- Saturday, October 12 in the Louis Alexander Palestra Mark Noble, Professor of Genetics, Neurology, Neurobiology and Anatomy; Director of the University of Rochester Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Institute Stem cell medicine offers profound improvements in our ability to address medical problems that had been considered intractable. Dr. Noble highlights the University's stem cell programs and their potential of revolutionizing treatment of cancer, spin
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Who Will Care for Us? The Impending Shortage of Healthcare Providers
MEL Talks at Meliora Weekend 2013 -- Saturday, October 12 in the Louis Alexander Palestra Kathy Rideout, Dean and Professor of Clinical Nursing The shortage of primary care providers in some parts of the United States is expected to worsen as more than 30 million newly insured Americans gain coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Dean Rideout discusses how nurse practitioners, urgent care centers, and other providers might step up to avert this looming crisis.
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Sound ExChange: Turning Classical Music on Its Head
MEL Talks at Meliora Weekend 2013 -- Saturday, October 12 in the Louis Alexander Palestra Emily Wozniak '09E '14E (MM), Founder and Executive Director, Sound ExChange During classical music concerts, barriers often exist between the audience and the performers. Emily Wozniak shares alternative ways of presenting music to re-imagine and reinvigorate the traditional concert experience.
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Shedding New Light on the Brain and Eye
MEL Talks at Meliora Weekend 2013 -- Saturday, October 12 in the Louis Alexander Palestra David R. Williams, Dean for Research in Arts, Sciences, and Engineering; Allyn Chair, Medical Optics; Director, Center for Visual Science; Professor, Optics, Ophthalmology, Biomedical Engineering, Brain & Cognitive Sciences Neuroscientists have recently developed a way to communicate directly with the brain using light. Dean Williams describes these methods and explains how they may allow us to treat brai
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Setting My Jersey Aside: A Midnight Rambler's Look at Being Defined by Others
MEL Talks at Meliora Weekend 2013 -- Saturday, October 12 in the Louis Alexander Palestra Aaron Michalko '14, Former Music Director, Midnight Ramblers College is a time of personal growth and exploration, though oftentimes this individuality is overshadowed by external titles and expectations. Aaron Michalko discusses what it may take to see someone as who they are, rather than who you expect them to be.
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Paying the Price: The Promise of e-Health in Kenya
MEL Talks at Meliora Weekend 2013 -- Saturday, October 12 in the Louis Alexander Palestra Moka Lantum '01M (MS) '03M (PhD), Managing Partner, MicroClinic Technologies Ltd, Kenya Nearly half the essential drugs purchased on the open market in Kenya are counterfeit and excessively more expensive than the going rate. Dr. Lantum describes the promise of e-Health to improve access to all subsidized essential drugs, thereby freeing up valuable resources and saving lives.
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High-Stakes Testing and the Demise of Teaching
MEL Talks at Meliora Weekend 2013 -- Saturday, October 12 in the Louis Alexander Palestra High-Stakes Testing and the Demise of Teaching David Hursh, Professor of Education, Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development With the implementation of No Child Left Behind, Race to the Top, and high stakes performance reviews, teachers spend more time fulfilling testing requirements and less time teaching. Professor Hursh argues that this model harms teaching and suggests ways w
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