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Licensed to Learn - How Georgia Tech Licensed Merchandise Supports Students
When you purchase officially licensed Georgia Tech merchandise, you do more than show the world your Yellow Jacket spirit. You’re also putting your dollars to work for Georgia Tech students and athletes. A percentage of every purchase of officially licensed Georgia Tech products goes to support academic and athletic scholarships, special programming, and community-building events. For more information about Georgia Tech licensing, please visit: http://www.licensing.gatech.edu. For more infor
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Technology and the future of online higher education
On Thursday, October 23, Georgia Tech hosted a roundtable discussion on technology's role in the future of online higher education. The event was hosted by the Office of the Provost and held at the Carnegie Corporation of New York in New York City.
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Why Choose Penn State?
There are hundreds of reasons to choose Penn State: More than 160 majors. 1,200 student clubs and organizations. 20 undergraduate campuses across Pennsylvania. Internships around the world. Undergraduate research opportunities. Study abroad. Faculty recognized for achievements in research and education. And Penn State's high-quality academics. Learn more and come visit: www.psu.edu
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Ole Miss Landscape University
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Bad Decisions
The decisions you make today can follow you tomorrow.
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College Gameday - Ole Miss vs Alabama 2014
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Fireside Chat with PayPal Founder Max Levchin
Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science hosted Max Levchin, an entrepreneur, investor in early-stage startups and a co-founder of PayPal and Yelp, for visit to Carnegie Mellon University as part of a University Tech Tour organized by HVF, his San Francisco-based innovation and investment lab. Levchin joined David Mawhinney, co-director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, for a "fireside chat” focusing on consumer finance and healthcare. He also held an open pit
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Berklee Online Open Mic: Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Steve Bailey Jam
Learn more about studying music online with Berklee: http://bit.ly/1yFRlTv Malcolm-Jamal Warner is known worldwide for his television roles, from his start on "The Cosby Show" to his more recent work on "Sons of Anarchy." Few know that Warner is also an avid bass player. In order to master his craft, he enrolled at Berklee Online. While in Boston for the play "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" at the Huntington Theatre, Warner stopped by Berklee to talk and jam with bass department chair Steve Bai
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Darden's Saunders Hall Time Lapse - October 2014
Good morning from the Darden School of Business! http://goo.gl/NbUh21
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Balinese Duck Sate
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ On the next stop of our tour of Indonesian sate, we visit Chef Heinz van Holzen at his Restaurant Bumbu Bali Benoa, in Tanjung, Bali. Originally born in Switzerland, Chef van Holzen has lived in Bali since 1990, and is a Balinese cuisine cookbook author, and owner of a restaurant and cooking school. He shows us how to make a flavorful and aromatic minced duck sate.
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Indonesian Nasi Minyak
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ Rice is at the heart of any meal in Indonesia. Here at the Jambi Museum on the island of Sumatra, William Wongso and a local cook show us how to prepare Nasi Minyak, or Indonesian Fragrant Spiced Rice, originating from the Batang Hari Regency of Jambi in Sumatra.
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Sate Bulayak in Lombok
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ On next sate stop, William Wongso takes us to a roadside sate stand in Lombok, specializing in Sate Bulayak. Sate Bulayak is made from beef intestine, liver, and meat, and served with chili sauce, and bulayak, a steamed glutinous rice cake, perfect for soaking up these great flavors.
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An Introduction to Indonesian Sate
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ The most beloved of all Indonesian street foods, sate is the sizzling snack of choice throughout Jakarta and the entire archipelago. Showing us some variations of sate is Chef Yogi Artana, sous chef at Kamandalu Resort and Spa in Ubud, Bali.
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Sate Madura in Jakarta
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ The most beloved of all Indonesian street foods, sate is the sizzling snack of choice throughout Jakarta and the entire archipelago. William Wongso takes us on a tour of Jakarta’s sate stalls, and introduces us to sate Madura served with a peanut dipping sauce.
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Malaysia’s Kampung Cooking with Chef Dato Ismail Ahmad
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ In Malaysia’s sweltering capital, Kuala Lumpur, diners craving authentic Malay village cooking make their way to Rebung, the cozy, home-style restaurant of Chef Dato Ismail Ahmad. Knighted by the Sultan of Malaysia for his work in preserving Malay cooking traditions, Chef Ahmad serves his guests a sumptuous buffet of regional Malay delicacies. These rustic village-style dishes, known as “kampung” are celebrated for their bold and varied flavors.
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Indonesian Beef Rendang
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ Rendang, one of Indonesia’s most celebrated dishes, is a slow-cooked, spicy meat dish originating from West Sumatra. This slow cooking process is used to yield succulent, fork-tender meats with rich, caramelized flavors. At the Kamandalu Resort and Spa in Ubud, Bali, William Wongso shows Steve Jilleba, Corporate Executive Chef of Unilever Foods Solutions, how to make a classic Beef Rendang.
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Indonesian Spice Paste: Base Ganep
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ Base genep, meaning “complete spice” in Indonesian, is an aromatic seasoning paste that is an essential ingredient in many Balinese dishes. Here to show us how it’s made is our guide William Wongso and Hindu priest and barbecue pit master, Chef Gede Yudi Awan. Chef Yudi is the owner of the restaurant Warung Sunset Chef Yudi in Badung, Bali, an establishment famous for its barbecued pork ribs.
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Restaurant Big Nyonya with Chef Datuk Kenny Chan and KF Seetoh
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ At Big Nyonya in Melacca, Malaysia, Chef Kenny Chan, and Asian food guru KF Seetoh introduce us to the lesser known flavors of the Peranakan pantry. Peranakan cuisine, also known as Nyonya cuisine, refers to the style of cooking that evolved from the inter-marriage of local Malays and Chinese immigrants in the 15th century. Combining Chinese cooking techniques, such as wok cooking, with Malay ingredients and spices, Peranakan food is noted for its trop
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Peranakan Cuisine in Malacca, Malaysia
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ While in Malaysia’s Malacca region, we make a stop at a favorite local eatery, Donald and Lily’s, to taste some authentic, home-style Peranakan cooking. We join Asian food guru K.F. Seetoh and the restaurant’s owner Donald Tan to learn about some special Peranakan dishes.
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Introduction to the Cuisine of Indonesia and Malaysia
Recipes at http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA/ From perfectly caramelized beef rending, and regional favorites like Nasi Lemak, to traditional spice blends, and fiery sambals, join us on this appetizing tour of Indonesia and Malaysia as we discover the lesser known flavors of this Southeast Asian region that is captivating diners around the world. Our guide to Indonesia is William Wongso, world-renowned authority on Indonesian food and cooking. In Malaysia we join Asian food guru K.F. Seetoh to g
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