Tag: education

International Students & Income Tax: Scholarships, fellowships, and bursaries

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Welcome to the segment called Scholarships, fellowships, and bursaries, part of the International Students and Income Tax video. This segment mentions links where you can get more information. You can find all these links in the Related links…

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HSG Hawaii Teacher Fellows Program

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[background music playing] One of the things that when I first started this program, I first started my teaching journey, was I thought that teacher leaders need to be those that were out of the classroom doing things…

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The Fellowship Initiative: Winston

The Fellowship Initiative: Winston

I’m looking forward to knowing the culture in South Africa, knowing the history behind it, knowing about Nelson Mandela. New York is the place of opportunity, but I feel like there’s plenty of other opportunities outside of the…

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Triple bottom line & sustainability: the science of good business

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Hi Alex here. You’ve probably heard about the triple bottom line: a concept that is used a lot when speaking about sustainability, and particularly sustainability and business. John Elkington, a global authority on corporate responsibility and sustainability, coined…

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Osky Blue Presentation at NISGTC Consortium Meeting

Osky Blue Presentation at NISGTC Consortium Meeting

When I spoke earlier, I talked about the great relationships we have with the employers. This is John Kendall from Osky Blue. He- it’s just amazing all they do for us, and they have, many of our students…

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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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The Business of English – Episode 2: Why don’t you join us?

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Well, it’s been good to meet you Sam, and very interesting to hear about your business. Look, we are having a small dinner for some of our clients and friends after this. Why don’t you join us? That’s…

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The Zipf Mystery

The Zipf Mystery

Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. About 6 percent of everything you say and read and write is the “the” – is the most used word in the English language. About one out of every 16 words we encounter on…

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What Past Predictions of the Future Got Right

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This episode is made possible by dashlane secure your data from prying eyes by signing up for a free account today For almost the entirety of human history, we’ve always had a bit of a thing for predicting…

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The Ohio River Consortium: Maker Education at RMU

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Yeah, at Robert Morris University and probably most teacher ed programs we try to connect theory with practice, and they get a lot of theory here, and the application piece they will get in the schools, but we…

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