Speaking on the day of her graduation, Anita Quinn reflects on her time studying on the MSc HRM with CIPD pathway programme at Birmingham Business School. Visit http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/hrm to learn more.
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Speaking on the day of her graduation, Ami Pendergrass reflects on her time studying on the MSc HRM with CIPD pathway programme at Birmingham Business School. Visit http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/hrm to learn more.
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Two students speaking about the reasons they have shut down the universities HR department for a day. We are aware the university won't give in due too our action alone however they have shown they will not engage in reasonable dialogue. Our only option is is a widespread campaign of disruptive action to key managerial operations to compel them to reverse the unreasonable sacking of the universities only ethnicity lecturer..
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During A Level Physics, you will be required to perform a range of practical experiments that will reinforce what you learn in the classroom and develop your laboratory skills. This video is part of a range of resources that use the expertise of University of Birmingham researchers to help you understand some of the most common A Level practical experiments, for a full range of resources, see: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/preparing-for-university/index.aspx In this video, we take a trip to the University of Birmingham’s Observatory to test the classic Galilean observation about objects of different masses falling at the same rate. We then return back to the laboratory to set up an experiment designed to calculate the value for little g – the value of acceleration due to gravity on Earth. You can also hear us go into more detail about this experiment with the Laboratory Confessions podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/user-214740866/laboratory-confessions-gravity
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Hear why Carina chose postgraduate study at the University of Liverpool. For more information visit: http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/ Follow us: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UniversityofLiverpool Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/livuni Instagram: @LivUni
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Hannah graduated from Aston University studying Human Resources & Business Management she now works at The Student Room this is her story. Find out more: www.aston.ac.uk/yours Hannahs Course: http://www.aston.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses/abs/aston-business-school/human-resource-management/ http://www.aston.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught-programmes/abs/abs/msc-human-resource-management-business/ Find out more about student life at Aston: http://astonlife.astonwordpress.co.uk Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/astonuniversity Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/astonuniversity Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/astonuniversity Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/astonuni... #yoursforthetaking
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Becky Coleman explains how studying the MSc Human Resource Management & Employment Relations course at Warwick Business School has allowed her to look into recommendations for the HR profession and government, focusing on how to improve the employability opportunities for disabled people. Find out more here - http://www.wbs.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/human-resource-management-employment-relations/
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The UHR Awards for Excellence recognise outstanding and innovative projects, teams and individuals that have led transformational change in their organisations. The winners of the 2017 Awards were announced at the UHR conference Gala Dinner in Newcastle on 11 May 2017. Winners included the University of Surrey, University of Exeter, University of Manchester and Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU). Runners up included University of Bath, University of Birmingham, Aberystwyth University and University of Wolverhampton Congratulations to all the winners and runners up!
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This new bachelor program will be launched in August 2018. Study the management of people at work by combining insights from psychology, sociology, economics and management studies. In this program, you will study the human side of business (people management). You will focus on the performance and efficiency of organizations as well as the well-being of employees. Due to the combination of the four perspectives and a focus on work, organization and people management, the program is unique for Europe. Interested? Apply here before May 1, 2018. https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/education/bachelors-programs/human-resource-studies/
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Birmingham City Business School is one of the longest-established and best-respected business schools in the UK. We have around 100 full-time staff and more than 3,300 students working and studying in three schools: Management and HR, Accountancy and Finance and Business and Marketing. Every year 87,000 new business graduates enter the competitive job market -- with a business degree from Birmingham City Business School you will stand out from the crowd.
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In 2012/13 UCL ISR launched our BHPB Sustainable Communities/UCL Grand Challenges Symposium Series, as a forum to bring together a variety of stakeholders integral to the debate around issues of global concern. A two day 'Sustainable Resources for Sustainable Cities' symposium was hosted in November 2013 in collaboration with the UCL Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities (GCSC). Dr. Susan Lee, Research Fellow, University of Birmingham Read more about the event and view the outputs from the symposium on our website http://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/sustainable/latest/activities/symposium_series/activities
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The newly developed UAB School of Business Human Resource (HR) Management degree track has been recognized by the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) as a program aligned with the society's curriculum guidelines. The management degree track in HR management is available to students through the Department of Management, Information Systems and Quantitative Methods.
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Ten ways the University of Birmingham is transforming business The University of Birmingham has a proud history of working with industry and pioneering approaches to transform business since its inception in 1900. Established as the UK’s first civic university, our founder, Joseph Chamberlain, recognised the importance of university-business collaboration to drive society and the economy, share resources and knowledge, and make important things happen. We’ve built on this tradition: from the establishment of the UK’s first business school, through to the eleven alumni and staff who have been awarded Nobel Prizes for their research. We have a truly global footprint, with staff and students from all continents and business partnerships across the world: from our new campus in Dubai, to India, Australia, South America, China and the US. Through robust, bespoke and productive collaborations, the University is transforming business. We have highlighted ten of the ways we’re doing this. 1. We’re making business responsible Birmingham Business School and Lloyds Banking Group have partnered to establish a £2.5 million research centre, to focus on informing and shaping the development of responsible business practice for the banking sector and beyond. 2. We’re transforming perceptions The Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME) is working with policy makers and influential organisations to transform the perceptions of ethnic minority businesses who contribute an estimated £32 billion to the UK economy annually. 3. We’re revolutionising UK rail As the leading University in a £92m funded research programme, we are at the forefront of revolutionising the UK rail infrastructure and systems. Our Digital Systems Innovation Centre will work hand-in-hand with industry to bring about dramatic transformations to our country’s rail capabilities. 4. We’re global leaders in clinical trials and healthcare systems The University of Birmingham possess world-class clinical trials capabilities that help to bring lifesaving medicines and techniques to market. We have the most complete life science ecosystem in Europe. Our facilities support every stage of the innovation cycle, including a new Life Sciences Park that will harness our world-leading academic and clinical strengths. Our transformative improvements to healthcare are driven by harnessing big data and scientific knowledge to deliver clinical innovation. 5. We’re accelerating innovation in cold chain systems The Birmingham Energy Institute is at the heart of a multi-million pound transformative programme bringing together academia and industry to develop the energy technologies and systems of the future. Our work on cold chain systems has been piloted with national companies and is aiming to make storage and transportation greener and more efficient. 6. We’re using quantum technology to reduce risk for business Our Quantum Technology Hub are working on projects that will reduce risk for businesses: from sensing buried infrastructure on large-scale construction projects, which reduces the need for extensive roadworks; through to providing precise timing on financial market transactions. The wide application of the Quantum Technology Hub’s work will deliver new economic and business value chains. 7. We’re making air travel greener Our High Temperature Research Centre, a £60m collaboration with Rolls-Royce, is developing aero engines of the future. The Centre will become a national focus point for advanced manufacturing and systems simulation. 8. We’re developing robotics for extreme environments The Birmingham Extreme Robotics Lab is Europe’s leading university lab dedicated to nuclear and other extreme environment applications of advanced robotics and AI. The group work with government and industry to create safer, smarter, more efficient working environments. 9. We’re transforming productivity to create the future workforce The University is working with businesses to maximise the degree apprenticeship levy and create a productive and innovative workforce. With a focus on solving real-world issues, our graduate programmes respond to the pressing needs of business and requirement for both practical and theoretical skills. 10. We are shaping the future for creative industries The University is working with private, public and policy organisations and stakeholders to create new R&D relationships between the creative industries and the higher education sector that will positively influence productivity and economic growth.
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Birmingham City University graduation ceremony at Birmingham's ICC on Monday 1 September, PM. For students from School of Architecture, School of Art, School of Jewellery, Birmingham City Business School, Centre for Leadership and Management Practice, Dept of Management and Human Resources, all collaborative courses. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/alumni
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On this MSc Human Resource Management course you will develop your career in the Human Resources profession, either as HR practitioner or consultant. This course is ideal if you are a general manager seeking to develop your people management responsibilities. You will build on your professional HR knowledge whilst developing your core HR skills. This master's course has many innovative features including skills development workshops and visits to organisations to examine their HR practice. Come follow us across social media to find out more about the Business School at Oxford Brookes: Facebook: facebook.com/brookesBS Twitter: twitter.com/brookesBS Instagram: instagram.com/brookesbusiness
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For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org In March 2015, Dr William Lane Craig was invited to give multiple lectures at the Cadbury Lectures at the University of Birmingham in England. The honor of being invited to deliver these prestigious lectures was especially meaningful because this is where he did his doctoral studies in philosophy in the late 1970s. In fact, for that very reason, the organizers asked him to stay an extra day to deliver an additional lecture at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts on the kalam cosmological argument, the focus of his doctoral work those many years ago. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: http://www.youtube.com/drcraigvideos Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/reasonablefaithorg
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Professor Bob Liden discusses the merits of a PhD in Business Administration with an emphasis on human resources management
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In this video, Dr Johnathan Crawshaw, Course Director for Human Resource Management & Business discusses the benefits of studying this course at Aston. http://www1.aston.ac.uk/aston-business-school/programmes/postgraduate/msc-programmes/msc-human-resource-management-business/
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Lee Dyer describes the Department of Human Resource Studies for the MS/PhD program at Cornell University's ILR School in Ithaca, NY. Visit Us Online: http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/graddegreeprograms Find Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cornellilrgradprograms
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Career Services Director Sally Carter and Dr. Hillary Hodges introduce the new HR degree program at ACC. You can earn your degree in as little as 14 months!
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Jude Preston, MSc Human Resource Management and Business graduate from Aston Business School talks about her research area - the Relationship between Age, Stress and Learning in Organisational Change. A paper by Jude and supervisor Dr Helen Shipton won the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) New Thinking Prize.
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Professor Penny Andrews spoke at Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham on 21 March 2019 as part of Intercontinental Academia. Drawing on her experience of three decades in legal education in South Africa, Australia, the USA and Canada, as a faculty member and administrator, Professor Andrews will explore the contemporary challenges facing law schools in countries that have histories of racial discrimination and exclusion, and the opportunities that flow from such challenges. Against the backdrop of extraordinary shifts within the legal profession globally, including the globalization of legal services and technological innovations, law schools currently face internal challenges of diversity, inclusion and decolonization, relating to issues of institutional identity and institutional culture. In addition, as individuals from previously marginalized communities seek inclusion and academic success in law schools, questions about the curriculum, faculty research and scholarship, teaching and learning methods are increasingly being examined and re-examined. Professor Andrews will share her experiences to reflect upon, observations - and lessons learned. Penelope Andrews joined NYLS in January 2019 as Visiting Distinguished Professor of Law and teaches comparative and international law courses. She also serves as Co-Director of NYLS’s Racial Justice Project, focusing on international and South African issues. Professor Andrews was the 2018–19 Sabbatical Scholar at the Center for the Study of Law and Culture at Columbia Law School. She previously completed two terms as Dean: From 2016 to 2018 as the first Black dean at the University of Cape Town Faculty of Law, and from 2012 to 2015 as the first female dean of Albany Law School in New York. She was previously the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law and Director of International Programs at Valparaiso Law School. She began her teaching career at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia, where she taught for eight years before moving to CUNY, where she was on the faculty for 15 years, teaching public international law, gender and law, race and law, comparative law, torts, and lawyering. She has also held visiting appointments at several law schools in the U.S. and internationally, including in South Africa, Canada and Australia. Professor Andrews received her B.A. and. LL.B. degrees from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (formerly University of Natal) in South Africa and an LL.M. from Columbia Law School. Professor Andrews is active in international collaborative research and mentoring networks and is particularly committed to ensuring the relevance of law and society scholarship to academic communities in the global south and global north. She is an editor of the International Journal of Law in Context, the Human Rights and the Global Economy E-Journal, and the African Law E-Journal. She has also published several books and articles that focus on comparative constitutional law, gender and racial equality, human rights—particularly the tension between respect for indigenous law and implementing broader human rights norms—the judiciary, and legal education. Her book From Cape Town to Kabul: Rethinking Strategies for Pursuing Women’s Human Rights was published in 2012. She publishes regularly in the popular media and on social media, focusing on issues of race, poverty, legal education, public interest litigation, and the ongoing challenges of transforming an economically unequal and racially divided society. Professor Andrews’s focus on the judiciary in South Africa seeks to bridge the divide between theory and practice. She is a trainer for the Judicial Institute for Africa, focusing on opinion writing and communications skills for new and experienced judges. She also served as an Acting Judge of the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria for the 2018 third term, presiding over criminal appeals, motion court, and civil trials. She has served as an arbitrator in hearings on racial discrimination in South Africa. She has served on significant law school committees and the boards of public interest and human rights organizations, including the Africa Section of Human Rights Watch, South Africa Partners, the Legal Resources Center, and the National Center for Law and Economic Justice. Professor Andrews has received many awards for her work, including, in 2015, the National Bar Association’s International Award for her global human rights advocacy. In recognition of her human rights work, the University of KwaZulu-Natal provides an annual award in her name.
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Brett Frischmann (Villanova University) in conversation with Dr. Matt Hayler (University of Birmingham) on Re-Engineering Humanity at Nesta's FutureFest 2018 - in partnership with Virtual Futures. The Virtual Futures Stage played host to a series of short conversations with FutureFest 2018 speakers and special guests. Filmed on 06 July 2018 at Tobacco Dock London. — Brett Frischmann: http://twitter.com/BrettFrischmann Dr. Matt Hayler: http://twitter.com/cryurchin Re-Engineering Humanity by Brett Frischmann & Evan Selinger: https://amzn.to/2mOgWeQ --- Support Virtual Futures on Patreon: http://patreon.com/virtualfutures Find out more: http://virtualfutures.co.uk --- Credits Produced by Virtual Futures Camera by Proud Business Productions Sound by Fuzzy Kelser Edited by Luke Robert Mason Thanks to Petra Perjesi Thanks to Rebecca Rossini Thanks to Lily Fish Thanks to Becky Dicks Partnering with Nesta's FutureFest: http://futurefest.org --- Follow Virtual Futures on Social Media Twitter: http://twitter.com/virtualfutures Facebook: http://facebook.com/virtualfutures Instagram: http://instagram.com/virtualfutures Medium: http://medium.com/@virtualfutures SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/virtualfutures YouTube: http://youtube.com/virtualfutures --- Our Recording Equipment (Affiliate Links) Zoom H6 Handy Recorder: http://amzn.to/2woqxg0
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During A Level Chemistry, you will be required to perform a range of practical experiments that will reinforce what you learn in the classroom and develop your laboratory skills. This video is part of a range of resources that use the expertise of University of Birmingham researchers to help you understand some of the most common A Level practical experiments, for a full range of resources, see: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/preparing-for-university/index.aspx In this video, we talk about the link between corrosion and electrochemistry, and demonstrate how you can set up a simple laboratory experiment which will allow you to determine the EMF of an electrochemical cell. You can also hear us go into more detail about this experiment with the Laboratory Confessions podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/user-214740866/laboratory-confessions-electrochemical-cells
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Kanas is a Senior Human Resources Manager working for an international insurance company. She graduated from The University of Hong Kong and later studied aboard for a Master’s Degree in University of Birmingham, UK. Kanas was born with a disability due to a congenital disorder. She is currently an inspirational speaker and has had numerous speaking engagements at schools, where she not only shares about her disability and struggles but also offers a pathway on how she was able to overcome the challenges, it posed. Kanas is a positive thinker and wants to challenge our society's perception towards people with disabilities. - This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Hear from our Murdoch University HRM graduates on how they have benefited from the programme. Find out more http://www.murdochatkaplan.com.sg/
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Lisha Sun describes how after 3 years working in a bank in China, WBS helped her to see the world from a different perspective, think outside of the box, and be part of a community that really appreciated her work. Find out more: http://www.wbs.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/human-resource-management-employment-relations/
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Meet Luke, a Masters student studying Business with Human Resource Management MSc at Northumbria University, Newcastle. Hear Luke's experience of his course, the opportunities it has presented to him, his experience of living in Newcastle, and his aspirations after graduation. To find out more about the course, visit: northumbria.ac.uk/study-at-northumbria/courses/business-with-human-resource-management-dtfbrx6/
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The University of Birmingham's Careers Network Mentoring scheme is a fantastic opportunity to gain advice from an experienced professional in a sector you are interested in. Mentoring allows you to gain real insight into a career, increase your knowledge and build your contacts in a professional working environment. For more information, please visit http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/cnmentoring This video was filmed and edited by Creative Media at the University of Birmingham.
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View more customer stories at http://www.dell.com/customerstories. The University of Alabama at Birmingham accelerates their Cheaha HPC cluster by 10-11x utilizing Dell EMC rack servers and Intel processors. Researchers across campus are now able to analyze data in hours instead of days or weeks.
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Professor David Graeber (LSE) speaking at the University of Birmingham as part of the Birmingham Research Institute of History and Cultures' interdisciplinary conference 'Debt: 5000 years and counting'. https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/brihc
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Sherri Moultrie, MA, CRC UAB 2018 Staff Diversity Champion Human Resources Sherri Moultrie has been employed with The University of Alabama at Birmingham for ten years. She coordinates the AWARE (Always Working to Advocate, Retain and Employ) Program in Human Resources. The program is an innovative partnership between UAB and the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services. Through the partnership, Sherri provides disability management services to job applicants and UAB employees whose job performance, job stability, or promotional opportunities are affected by a physical, mental, or emotional impairment. She coordinates a full scope of services, tailored to fit the needs of each employee and each department. Sherri graduated from UAB with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and Sociology. Sherri earned a Master of Arts in Counseling in 2004 from The University of Alabama at Birmingham. Sherri is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Rehabilitation Counselor.
"ASSA ABLOY is an employer of choice because it's somewhere you can develop yourself, your professional capabilities, and work with colleagues around the world." Meet Michele DeWitt, Head of Human Resources for HID Global.
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As salaam alaykum! Si vous aussi vous souhaitez soutenir ce projet, c'est ici: https://www.renostudbank.com/fr/msc-ihrm-coventryuniversity** Barakallahu fikum! Wa salaam alaykum.
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Register now: www.studentconnect.org.uk/contact Join Us for Open day & Spot admission for January Intake with #University of East London at Student Connect on Wednesday, 14 December 11AM to 5PM £3000 scholarships available! Courses offered for January start: Business: • MSc Finance and Risk • MBA • MA Human Resource Management • MSc International Accounting and Finance • MSc Professional Accounting • MSc International Business Management • MSc Sports Management Law: • LLM Energy and Natural Resources Law • LLM General Law • LLM International Business Law • LLM International Law • LLM International Law and Financial Markets • LLM Human Rights Social Science: • MSc International Relations • MSc Terrorism and Counter Terrorism Studies Education: • MA Special Educational Needs • MA Youth and Community Work Psychology: • MSc Business Psychology • MSc Occupational and Organisational Psychology • MSc Psychology • MSc Career Coaching • MSc Clinical and Community Psychology Computing and Engineering: • MSc Civil Engineering • MSc Structural Engineering • MSc Information Security and Digital Forensics • MSc Data Science • Prof Doc Data Science Health, Sports and Bioscience • MSc Public Health • MRes Sports Science • MSc Biomedical Science • MSc Pharmaceutical Science • MRes Health Science Contact us to book an appointment: Student Connect Ltd Unit 237 East London Works 75 Whitechapel Road London E1 1DU T: 020 7247 9009 M: 07858 4567 07 E: [email protected]
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► SEARCH for a course at the University of Kent: http://bit.ly/2CUKLkF ► Research at Kent: http://bit.ly/2jbvZgS ► SUBSCRIBE for more Think Kent lectures: http://www.youtube.com/user/UniversityofKent?sub_confirmation=1 THINK KENT – INTERNATIONAL THINKERS | GLOBAL IMPACT Research on the properties of materials is central to human development. This knowledge has made qualitative changes to the way we live throughout history. Recent examples of this would be mobile phones, computers, MRI scanners. More importantly, looking to the future we already know they will be fundamental to solve some of the most important challenges ahead of us (for example, storage of large amounts of data and efficient use of energy resources). In this talk, Dr Silvia Ramos, Lecturer in Materials at the University of Kent, demonstrates how, in order to understand the properties of materials, we need to understand them at a microscopic level. The research done by experimental physicists in condensed matter at large facilities opens a window to investigate what atoms and electrons do inside matter. ABOUT DR SILVIA RAMOS Silvia studied her degree at the University of Salamanca (Spain). She spent the last year as an undergraduate as an Erasmus student at the University of Bristol and stayed there for her PhD (1997-2001), funded by a Marie Curie Research Fellowship for the EU. She then moved to Grenoble (France) to work at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility as a post-doctoral researcher. In 2004 she returned to the UK as a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Birmingham. In 2008 she became a beamline scientist at Diamond Light Source, where she was part of the scientific team that built, commissioned and operated one of the new X-ray spectroscopy instruments. The focus of her research is the study of the atomic and electronic properties of materials with strongly correlated electrons using large facilities, such as synchrotrons and neutron sources. Silvia joined the School of Physical Sciences at Kent in 2013, taking the position of Lecturer in Materials. ► Find out more about Dr Silvia Ramos: http://bit.ly/2j8J0HI Find the University of Kent on social media: ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniversityofKent ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/unikent ► Instagram: https://instagram.com/unikentlive/ ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/university-of-kent
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Listen to the Podcast (audio) version: https://goo.gl/qqnRtr In this wide ranging conversation, the noted conservative political commentator and public intellectual Ben Shapiro makes the case that what makes the West great is its foundation in Judeo-Christian values. We can thank these values, Shapiro argues, “for the birth of science, the dream of progress, human rights, prosperity, peace, and artistic beauty.” Shapiro says “Jerusalem and Athens built America, ended slavery, defeated the Nazis and the Communists, lifted billions from poverty and gave billions spiritual purpose. Jerusalem and Athens were the foundations of the Magna Carta and the Treaty of Westphalia; they were the foundations of the Declaration of Independence, Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, and Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter from Birmingham Jail.” As you might expect, Dr. Shermer disagrees on the source of these values, attributing them instead to the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment and the secular thinkers who used reason and evidence to make the case for human rights and progress. For example: • people are never to be treated as a means to an end but as an end in themselves (Kant) • people have an inalienable right to life, liberty & happiness (Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of Independence) • people have an inherent right to privacy, speech, thought, and action (U.S. Constitution) • governments may not infringe on such rights (John Stuart Mill) • people should be treated equally under the law (John Locke) • punishments should fit the crime and society should be based on the greatest good for the greatest number (Jeremy Bentham). These are all purely secular moral values derived from Enlightenment science and reason. Shermer also asks Shapiro how he derives “all men are created equal” from “we were created in God’s image”. Shapiro has a very reasonable answer, to which Shermer read from Thomas Jefferson’s own explanation for the origin of that phrase. In a letter to Henry Lee in 1825, Jefferson wrote: "Neither aiming at originality of principle or sentiment, nor yet copied from any particular and previous writing, it was intended to be an expression of the American mind, and to give to that expression the proper tone and spirit called for by the occasion. All its authority rests then on the harmonizing sentiments of the day, whether expressed in conversation, in letters, printed essays, or in the elementary books of public right as Aristotle, Cicero, Locke, Sidney, &c." Shapiro responded to Shermer’s counter-examples to his thesis, namely successful civilizations that arose before Judaism and Christianity, such as Sumeria, Babylonia, Akkadia, Assyria, Egypt, and Greece, and Christian civilizations that did not flourish, such as the Catholic countries of South America, or historically all the Christian nations in the Middle Ages that never produced anything like a democracy or capitalism. As two members of the Intellectual Dark Web, Shapiro and Shermer show how people can disagree even on fundamental principles and still have a civil conversation, and along the way find agreement and common cause. Other topics that came up: • free will and determinism • human nature and sexuality • why rates of abortion are higher in the U.S. than other Western countries • the increase in rates of suicide and depression in the U.S. • unionizing the Intellectual Dark Web and striking for higher wages and redistribution of resources… This dialogue was recorded on February 27, 2019 as part of the Science Salon Podcast series hosted by Michael Shermer and presented by The Skeptics Society, in California. Listen to Science Salon via iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, and Soundcloud https://www.skeptic.com/podcasts/science-salon/ Watch past Science Salon videos https://www.skeptic.com/science-salon/ Learn more about Science Salon: https://www.skeptic.com/science-salon/about/ Learn more about Skeptic https://www.skeptic.com/ SUPPORT THE PODCAST You play a vital part in our commitment to promote science and reason. If you enjoy the Science Salon Podcast, please show your support by making a donation, or by becoming a patron. Your ongoing patronage will help ensure that sound scientific viewpoints are heard around the world. https://www.skeptic.com/donate/ #sciencesalon #benshapiro
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Darren Kaplan is CEO & Founder at HiQ. Held at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, the Data Science & Strategy Lecture Series examines the evolving role of "big data" and analytics in managerial decision-making. In this playlist, lecture series host Prof. Greg La Blanc hosts lectures and interviews industry executives and practitioners on key topics in data science, including data mining, machine learning, visualization, and more. For more information please visit: http://businessinnovation.berkeley.edu/data-science-strategy/lecture-series/
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Marisol Tabares, Financial Analyst in Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Finance discusses her career, benefits and what she enjoys about working at Harvard. This is one of a series of employee profiles created for the Harvard Human Resources website (hr.harvard.edu/jobs) to give current and prospective employees a sense of the diversity of jobs and people at the University.
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Some science fiction has dated as technology catches up, but the final frontier (sorry!) is still time travel. Until we can directly observe the past, we will continue to interpret it from materials that persist in the present. Archaeological heritage management is based on the premise that we preserve the past for future generations, but what do we know of the future and their needs? The End of Eternity by Isaac Asimov is first and foremost a love story between the main characters Andrew Harlan and Noys Lambent, but the backdrop to this romance is far more interesting! It is full of metaphors relating to how resource needs and tastes change between centuries, and the way the 'reality' of the past is constructed and manipulated. Andrew, like an archaeologist, observes different centuries as a 'human being out of time'. In Eternity, the past is altered through 'reality changes' he makes, with documents held in Eternity's library often being all that remains of redundant versions of the past. Contemporary archaeologists argue that archaeology is an important future resource, but with issues of storage in our own century and increasing need for disposal - will this resource make it into the future? Sarah Howard (International Institute for Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham)
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The British University in Dubai - BUiD TV spot on City 7 TV which discuss various trends in term of Sustainability, Management, Energy, Human Resources, and a lot more. for more information about BUiD visit our website www.buid.ac.ae
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For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org In March 2015, Dr William Lane Craig delivered the Cadbury Lectures at the University of Birmingham in the UK. The honor of being invited to deliver these prestigious lectures was especially meaningful since it was at the University of Birmingham that Dr Craig did his doctoral studies in philosophy in the late 1970s. In fact, for that very reason, the organizers asked him to stay an extra day to deliver an additional lecture at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts on the kalam cosmological argument, the focus of his doctoral work those many years ago. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains full length clips: http://www.youtube.com/reasonablefaithorg Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/reasonablefaithorg
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SEE - http://www.NevadaStatePersonnelWatch.wordpress.com for more information Dec 09 2011 PC meeting NAG Cameron Vandenberg, HO Bill Kockenmeister Bribery fraud, crime, TERESA J. THIENHAUS, DIRECTOR Nevada DOP, Department of Personnel, Division of Human Resource Management Hearing Officer Bill Kockenmeister Bribery fraud scandal. TERESA THIENHAUS scandal. Nevada Open meeting law violation.
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Home Learning College is the UK’s largest online learning provider for professional qualifications. Meet some of our recent CIPD HR graduates at our Graduation Evening to find out more about their experience. Connect with us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/home_learning Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/homelearning... LinkedIn: http://goo.gl/qFG8kg Google+: https://plus.google.com/+homelearning... Pintrest: http://www.pinterest.com/homelearning/
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The International University in Geneva specializes in degrees linked to business to help prepare students for successful careers in areas such as marketing, finance, human resources, international relations, and communications (BBA, BA-IR, BA-MC, MBA, MIT, MIR, MIB, MA-MC) The International University in Geneva (IUG) is located in the International Centre Cointrin (ICC), a modern business and secure environment featuring a five-star hotel, three restaurants and a fitness centre.
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