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Real Options within the Film Industry
Benjamin Allred
An analysis of Real Options within the Film Industry
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Homemade Weed Killer
Lawrence Devitt
Ideas on how to be rid of unwanted plants and weeds in your yard.
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Peppermint Oil
Debra Breitenstein
Peppermint oil has many health benefits and uses.
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Top 10 Keys To Successful Time Management
Jason Evans
These are the top 10 areas I have found that have helped me to make better decisions on how to manage my time, not only as a student but on any job that I have held.
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Personal Finances Tracker
Jake H
There are quite a few financial planning/tracking websites and software, but I was unable to find one that was both free and as easily adaptable as the spreadsheets I put together. I've been […]

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Stern Student Center -- 40th Anniversary -- College of Charleston
The Theodore S. Stern Student Center is the epicenter of campus life at College of Charleston, located on the corner of George and Glebe Streets. Inside the Stern Center, you will find: Stern Center Food Court, Email kiosks, ATM's, New lounge space, Meeting and event space, Paint room, Swimming Pool, and a game room with the latest video games, pool tables and more! The facility also features meeting and programming space for student organizations, College departmen
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Sharks Are Like Baseballs?
College of Charleston biology professor Andrew Clark explains why baseballs are like sharks -- and why shark skin could be used as leather on a baseball. His research focuses on the strength of different types of leather, as well as the biomechanics of hagfish feeding and knotting, evolution of chordate prey capture mechanisms, and mechanics of biological materials. The Department of Biology has approximately 800 students, 33 full-time faculty members, offers two B.S. degrees (Biology and Marin
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How Do You Predict the Outcomes of Sporting Events?
College of Charleston math majors Steve Gorman and Tyler Perini explain how they predict the outcome of sporting events. How likely are the Charleston RiverDogs to beat the Greenville Drive or the Rome Braves? Gorman and Perini have been researching sports rankings for the past year. In fact, last summer, Gorman participated in a Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) internship with one of the nation's top bracketologists, Tim Chartier. Both students love the ability to predict the futu
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Hitting a Home Run on Earth vs. Mars vs. Jupiter -- Baseball and Gravity
College of Charleston physics instructor Jeff Wragg explains the idea of gravitational pull and why a home run hit on Earth goes a different distance on Mars and Jupiter. A degree in physics opens up a world of career options in areas such as engineering, space exploration, computers, energy, medicine, design and development, military, communications, economics, law, teaching, management and administration, to name a few. Our award winning department has been growing steadily in the number of
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May 2014 Learning and Teaching Forum Promo.mp4
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2014 Mary Frances Early Lecture - Donna Brazile
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Ideas to Action: Forecasting
Listen to the entire conversation audio podcast here http://goo.gl/HLcCpU Read the Ideas to Action web article here http://goo.gl/czMXt4 Professors Yael Grushka-Cockayne and Casey Lichtendahl explain their method to sharpen forecasts critical to businesses or economists, such as company sales or profits, GDP growth or inflation rates. They propose a new way to combine individual probability forecasts. The combined forecast offers improved accuracy by trimming the pool of opinions collected.
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Ideas to Action: Design Thinking
Listen to the entire conversation audio podcast here http://goo.gl/aHcqNS Read the Ideas to Action web article here http://goo.gl/NoYVyX Professor Jeanne Liedtka discusses a way of problem solving that can spur inspiration and innovation. Called "Design Thinking," her approach brings tools and processes to help practitioners tap into their creativity. Liedtka co-authored "The Designing for Growth Field Book: A Step-by-Step Project Guide" to show managers how design can boost innovation and
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Ideas to Action: Leveraging Difference
Listen to the entire conversation audio podcast here http://goo.gl/54TbnB Read the Ideas to Action web article here http://goo.gl/8JxMoJ Professor Martin Davidson shares his widened definition of diversity to include harnessing the power of people who are inherently different — even weird. His recent and upcoming books explore how businesses can thrive when leaders pay attention to those with different thought styles and ideas.
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The CIA's Culinary Science Bachelor's Degree
Professor Jonathan Zearfoss talks about what makes the Culinary Science program unique. For more information about our Culinary Science program visit us online at: http://www.ciachef.edu/culinary-science/
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Alyssa Explains It All: Johnson Hall
Student video blogger Alyssa Levenberg explains Johnson Hall, SUNY Oswego's all-freshman residence hall.
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Proud to be Valpo! - Campus over the years
Show the world that we will always be Proud to be Valpo!
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Proud to be Valpo - President's Welcome to #ValpoDay
We know you're "Proud to be Valpo" every day, but today is special. Today, we invite all students and alumni, faculty and staff, and family and friends to show their pride as part of Valpo's first-ever day of giving. Today is about celebrating our pride in Valpo and boldly sharing our commitment to this extraordinary University. For today only, alumna Barbara Schwarz '76 will match each of the first 600 donors who make a gift of any amount with an additional $50 gift to the University. In respo
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Valpo students are Proud to be Valpo!
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