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02/05/2004 7:30 AM WalkerDr. Julianne Malveaux, PhD '80, Economist, authorDescription: In this keynote address, Julianne Malveaux takes deadly aim at the hypocrisy she finds in many sectors of American society including exploitation of l...
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About the Presentation How can we manage the financial crisis? How do civil unrest, religion, and rumors spread, and how is that related to epidemics and earthquakes? Can human behavior and societal systems be studied in the same way as...
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06/12/2003 10:00 AM 3-170Earl K. Miller, Picower Professor of Neuroscience ; Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences; Associate Director; The Picower Center for Learning and MemoryDescription: We often take it for granted that we k...
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This is part 3 of 7. Over 7 billion human beings, degraded environment, declining economies, and soaring consumerism—such is today’s world. We are at a crossroads and our future is perplexing. The challenges that we now ...
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MIT Combinatorics: The Fine Art of Counting, Summer 2007View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/high-school/courses/combinatorics-the-fine-art-of-counting/Instructor: Andrew SutherlandLicense: Creative Commons BY-NC-SAMore informati...
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