Tag: University

Cancer Immunotherapy Research at UMass Amherst

Cancer Immunotherapy Research at UMass Amherst

[MUSIC PLAYING] So we have different approaches that we are working on, so that as many patients as possible can benefit from these therapies. First thing is to understand how the immune system works. The second approach we…

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Shaylih Muehlmann, Killam Faculty Research Fellowship

Shaylih Muehlmann, Killam Faculty Research Fellowship

My name’s Shaylih Muehlmann. I’m an associate professor of anthropology at the University of British Columbia. For the past decade I’ve been researching the war on drugs and how the war on drugs has affected people in northern…

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Is academic philosophy a “safe space” for women? | FACTUAL FEMINIST

Is academic philosophy a “safe space” for women? | FACTUAL FEMINIST

Some claim that philosophy departments are hostile environments for women. Could they be right? Let’s look at the evidence—coming up next on the Factual Feminist. In 2014, women earned 28% of the PhDs in philosophy. By contrast, they…

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Here are the most ‘valuable’ college majors today

Here are the most ‘valuable’ college majors today

DAVID: ACODEING CALCULUS AND ALGEBRA COULD COST GRAD WAWGHTS IN THE LONG RUN. THE MOST OF VALUABLE COLLEGE MAJORS INCLUDE NAVAL ARCHITECTURE, MARINE AND NUCLEAR ENGINEERING AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES. THE LEAST VALUABLE IN TERMS OF MAKING A LIVING….

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Chris McKay at MIT – 1997 MA Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

Chris McKay at MIT – 1997 MA Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

[MUSIC PLAYING] MODERATOR: The Massachusetts Space Bank Consortium is a NASA-funded program whereby we’re trying to distribute government funds and industry funds to worthy students and faculty members throughout the Commonwealth in an attempt to keep the spirit…

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Peter Glaser at MIT – 1999 MA Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

Peter Glaser at MIT – 1999 MA Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

[MUSIC PLAYING] YOUNG: –and fellowships. We have had, in the course of this lectureship, a very, very distinguished group of people, beginning with Bill Lennor in 1990. And our last speaker in 1998 was Dr. John Logsdon from…

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Chubb Fellowship Lecture: Anyone Can Fly

Chubb Fellowship Lecture: Anyone Can Fly

Good afternoon, good afternoon, good afternoon and welcome to the Chubb fellowship lecture with our distinguished guests Faith Ringgold award-winning artist author educator and activist today’s program is generously supported by many units across Yale University’s campus we…

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Experiential Learning – Fellowships

Experiential Learning – Fellowships

Are you passionate about a specific issue? Want to learn about an organization or develop a project? Maybe you’re interested in studying abroad or advancing your fluency in a foreign language. Would you like to work as an…

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Brazil Visiting Fellows Scheme at the University of Birmingham

Brazil Visiting Fellows Scheme at the University of Birmingham

So the Brazil Visiting Fellows Scheme is a distinctive scheme run by the University of Birmingham. It gives early career researchers and post-doctoral researchers the opportunity to come to Birmingham for up to three months to work on…

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Global Leadership Fellows – Columbia University 2011

Global Leadership Fellows – Columbia University 2011

Irwin Mendelssohn: My name is Irwin Mendelssohn, I work for the World Economic Forum out of our New York offices and I’m part of Global Leadership Fellows Program. Ramya Krishnaswamy: I’m Ramya Krishnaswamy. I’m a Project Manager of…

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