Tag: school

Daphne Koller: What we’re learning from online education

Daphne Koller: What we’re learning from online education

Translator: Morton Bast Reviewer: Thu-Huong Ha Like many of you, I’m one of the lucky people. I was born to a family where education was pervasive. I’m a third-generation PhD, a daughter of two academics. In my childhood,…

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UB’s 2017 Social Impact Fellows Program

UB’s 2017 Social Impact Fellows Program

UB Social Impact Fellows [Paul Tesluk, Dean and Professor, UB School of Management] Social Innovation is coming up with new creative approaches to address societal challenges that we have. [Nancy Smyth, Dean and Professor, UB School of Social…

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Old School Trick Shots | Dude Perfect

Old School Trick Shots | Dude Perfect

You know a lot of people our age say we should really stop doing stuff like this, yes they do SMD YLL Ladies and gentlemen, I’m about to become old. I can’t wait to see how this looks…

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Learning from dirty jobs | Mike Rowe

Learning from dirty jobs | Mike Rowe

The “Dirty Jobs” crew and I were called to a little town in Colorado, called Craig. It’s only a couple dozen square miles. It’s in the Rockies. And the job in question was sheep rancher. My role on…

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Studying Business in the Ivy League | Advice from an Admissions Expert

Studying Business in the Ivy League | Advice from an Admissions Expert

Hi, this is Mark Montgomery coming at you with more great college advice and today we’re going to talk about studying business in the Ivy League. So when students come to me and say I want to study…

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Sorensen Fellowship at Brandeis University

Sorensen Fellowship at Brandeis University

I worked with Kenya Social Ventures in the second largest slum in Africa. I came with already set ideas about what’s a slum like and how development should be. And I found out that development should be only…

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Spears Business Student Spotlight – Francesca Spillman

Spears Business Student Spotlight – Francesca Spillman

From her home on the tiny island of Mauritius basically a dot on the map in the Indian Ocean Francesca Spillman once in vision the United States through the lens of Hollywood when I was young growing up…

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Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell (Full Presentation)

Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell (Full Presentation)

My name is Professor Michio Kaku.  I’m a professor of theoretical physics at the City University of New York and I specialize in something called string theory.  I’m a physicist. Some people ask me the question, “What has…

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College professor links grades to ‘oppressive capitalism’: Here’s how

College professor links grades to ‘oppressive capitalism’: Here’s how

DAVID: SHOULD WE BE ABOLISHING GRADES IN SCHOOL? PROFESSOR RICHARD WOLF SAYS YES, WE SHOULD. WHY? BECAUSE GRADES PROMOTE MERITOCRACY AND UPHOLDS CAPITALISM. IN AN ARTICLE, WOLF ARGUES GRADING HAS LITTLE PAY OFF FOR STUDENTS. HE JOINS US…

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The Urban Immersion Fellowship at Michigan State University College of Education

The Urban Immersion Fellowship at Michigan State University College of Education

growing up in south east Detroit, I mean I’m still forty-five minutes outside the city I had only been exposed to a more suburban life growing up and I just knew that the teacher it would definitely challenge…

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