Monthly Archives: March 2014
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In Chapter 2 of 21 in her 2010 interview with Erik Michielsen, global health consultant Gabrielle Lamourelle details her transition from biology to sociology majors while studying at University of California at Berkel...
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I begin by introducing my three major teachers, and go on to outline the background of the series: early attempts at histories of Chinese painting, photographing and cataloguing projects carried out in the 1960s-70s, ...
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There is going to be more and more debate and controversy as to what constitutes a heavy element given the fact that it only exists for a brief fraction of a second. Did it or did it not even exist at all?
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Faith Popcorn is here to talk about what's next, and to make sure we know that the future starts right now. The "world's most famous trend-spotter" also discusses consumer behaviour, the importance of intuition, brand...
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Greg Gillis and Lesly Higgins, experienced corporate coaches, will discuss and demonstrate various methods to effectively communicate; whether it is delivering a yearly review to a fellow Googler, developing your grou...
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The 15th annual Mario Savio Memorial Lecture & Young Activist Award will present Robert Reich, Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley, speaking on Class Warfare...
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This practical session on meditation teaches the technique of awakening the subtle energy from the position of the nervous system and the energy centers using positive affirmations to attain self-realization.
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Aaron Patzer, founder of money managing site Mint.com, thinks our culture suffers from an addiction that forces us to buy.
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Kepler Update April 28, 2009 by SETI Institute's Kepler Mission team.
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Perhaps the depth and complexity of the human voice explains radio's unique power as a storytelling medium.