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William Gerstenmaier at MIT – 2009 MA Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

William Gerstenmaier at MIT –  2009 MA Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

[MUSIC PLAYING] HOFFMAN: My name is Jeff Hoffman. I am the director of the Massachusetts Space Grant Consortium. Space Grant is a NASA-sponsored organization involving over 750 universities nationwide of which we have 18 here in Massachusetts who…

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Imperial for business

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Here at Imperial College London we have enterprise in our DNA We were founded in 1907 with a mission to offer the most advanced education and research, to collaborate with other organisations and to apply our work to…

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Jordan Peterson – IQ and The Job Market

Jordan Peterson – IQ and The Job Market

So, here you go. This is from the Wunderlich people They’re a commercial company that makes general cognitive ability tests. And it’s often used by corporations (whispering) Even though it’s actually illegal. It’s actually illegal to use IQ…

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UMass Amherst Momentum

UMass Amherst Momentum

[MUSIC PLAYING] By every measure, the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the Commonwealth’s flagship campus, has joined the ranks of the finest public universities in America. Over the past five years, our national ranking has climbed more than 20…

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Jeffrey A. Hoffman at MIT – 2002 MA. Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

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[MUSIC PLAYING] YOUNG: My name is Larry Young. I’m the director of the Massachusetts Space Grant Consortium. And one of the great pleasures that’s associated with this position is the opportunity to recruit and introduce an outstanding lecturer…

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High Density Apple Orchards: Research That Matters at UMass Amherst

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The move to high density apple production systems has been the number one change in orchards in the last 25 years. It’s proven to bring greater profitability and makes these orchards more sustainable, which is really what it’s…

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Fellowships and Grants – Why Watson?

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– I think it’s impossible for me to think about my Whitman experience and my post-Whitman experience without thinking about the Watson Fellowship. It really feels like it was a bookend to my Whitman experience and really my…

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Innovators at UMass Amherst

Innovators at UMass Amherst

[MUSIC PLAYING] Massachusetts has always been fertile ground for innovation dating back to its primary role in the Industrial Revolution. Today, technology and research have replaced textile mills and assembly lines, but the Bay state is still the…

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Riccardo Giacconi at MIT – 2004 MA Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

Riccardo Giacconi at MIT – 2004 MA Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

YOUNG: I’m Andrew Young. I’m the Director of the Massachusetts Spacecrafts Consortium. And this is one of our enjoyable events that occurs annually, to invite a distinguished lecturer to come up here to Cambridge and talk about an…

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Is Business School Worth It? How MBA Programs Are Revamping in 2019 | WSJ

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(bright music) – I’m mostly looking for a flexibility, since I am a working professional. – I think the network is a huge factor. – I feel like an MBA for me is a second chance. – [Narrator]…

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