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  • 1:23:16 Sir Ken Robinson, Hammer Lectures

    Sir Ken Robinson, Hammer Lectures

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    Ken Robinson has written numerous books, most recently "The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything." This talk explores ways to connect peoples' natural aptitudes with their personal passions to achieve at their highest levels in education a

  • 1:03:51 Keynote Address By Larry Lessig, Harvard Law School, For The ISPS Conference On Money In Politics

    Keynote Address By Larry Lessig, Harvard Law School, For The ISPS Conference On Money In Politics

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    Professor Larry Lessig, Harvard Law School, gives the keynote address at the 2nd Annual Spring Conference hosted by the Yale Institution for Social and Polic...

  • 1:08:19 The First Annual Alden-Berg Distinguished Faculty Lecture, Part 1

    The First Annual Alden-Berg Distinguished Faculty Lecture, Part 1

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    "A Defining Moment for Capitalism: Historians Reflect on the Economic Crisis": Joyce Appleby, Ivan Berend, Robert Brenner, Bin Wong, and Mary Yeager (moderator)

  • 1:24:39 The Skills System: An Emotion Regulation Skills Curriculum For All Learning Abilities

    The Skills System: An Emotion Regulation Skills Curriculum For All Learning Abilities

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    Agenda for Today Improving accessibility to DBT individual therapy Quick Step Assessment Improving accessibility to DBT skills Skills System overview Descrip...

  • 29:13 Ferrier: Modeling Global Change In Compositional Diversity

    Ferrier: Modeling Global Change In Compositional Diversity

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    Simon Ferrier explains three major biodiversity assessment challenges and provides his methods for tackling these challenges.

  • 26:01 Ceballos: Mammal Conservation From Local To Global Scale

    Ceballos: Mammal Conservation From Local To Global Scale

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    Gerardo Ceballos discusses his experience working in mammal conservation and presents recent research on global species patterns.

  • 32:29 Boehning-Gaese: Biodiversity And Global Change

    Boehning-Gaese: Biodiversity And Global Change

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    Katrin Boehning-Gaese discusses models and methods used to predict the impact of climate change on species distributions.

  • 1:10:05 Biology/Evolution Lecture (UCLA mirror)

    Biology/Evolution Lecture (UCLA mirror)

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    This is the third of nineteen lectures, but it's actually a good listen on it's own.The entire course playlist is here:http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=8EE54070B382E73AI haven't listened to all of them yet, but I've caught the first few lectures, a

  • 1:16:49 Aperture Panel: Abstraction in Photography, Hammer Museum

    Aperture Panel: Abstraction in Photography, Hammer Museum

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    From the beginning, abstraction has been intrinsic to photography, and its persistent popularity reveals much about the medium. Artists Susan Rankaitis and James Welling and UCLA Associate Professor of Art History George Baker debate a host of approaches

  • 1:47:18 YEI Demo Day 2013

    YEI Demo Day 2013

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    The Yale Entrepreneurial Institute presents Demo Day 2013. Student startups from YEI's Summer Fellowship pitch their ventures before an audience of investors...

  • 02:11 Global Perspectives On Health

    Global Perspectives On Health

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    Yale Global Health Leadership Institute participants - Chief Executive of South Essex Partnership University National Health Service Foundation Trust Patrick...

  • 00:54 Domestic Courts And International Law

    Domestic Courts And International Law

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    Beth van Schaack, Deputy to the Ambassador-at-large for War Crimes and Yale Law School alum, shares an emerging and critical development in the international...

  • 58:55 The theory of signal selection and its implications to theories of indirect selection and altruism

    The theory of signal selection and its implications to theories of indirect selection and altruism

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    Center for the Advanced Study of Behavior presents Amotz Zahavi, Professor Zahavi from Tel Aviv University speaks on using the "handicap principle" to interpret the altruistic behaviour among the babblers

  • 2:44:43 Yale College Freshmen Assembly 2013

    Yale College Freshmen Assembly 2013

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    Members of the Yale College Class of 2017 and their families and friends are welcomed to the University in Woolsey Hall by the Dean and the President.

  • 1:02:29 Governance, Leadership, Civil Society And The Private Sector: An African Perspective

    Governance, Leadership, Civil Society And The Private Sector: An African Perspective

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    Mo Ibrahim, founder of Celtel International, one of Africa's leading mobile telephone companies, and The Mo Ibrahim Foundation, which supports good governanc...

  • 1:06:01 The Sound of Fear

    The Sound of Fear

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    Dr. Dan Blumstein, Professor and Chair Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Darwin Evolving Lecture Series from 2/2/10

  • 55:19 The Garifuna Folkloric Ballet Group performs at the UCLA Library

    The Garifuna Folkloric Ballet Group performs at the UCLA Library

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    On November 19th, 2010, the UCLA Library was proud to host a conversation/act about culture, spirituality, and dance with the Garifuna Folkloric Ballet Group. These cultural ambassadors from Honduras have performed around the world, and this event was the

  • 1:09:00 UCLA Department of Art Lectures: Marilyn Minter, Hammer Museum

    UCLA Department of Art Lectures: Marilyn Minter, Hammer Museum

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    Marilyn Minter's work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, including a solo show at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 2005 and the 2006 Whitney Biennial. In September, the Contemporary Arts Center Cincinnati and La Conservera in Murcia, Spai

  • 1:09:37 Reading History and Writing Fiction

    Reading History and Writing Fiction

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    Penelope Lively, winner of the Booker Prize, describes how the study and appreciation of history influences the writer of fiction. David McCullough, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and a Yale alumnus, offers a reply and his own thoughts on the craft and art

  • 44:05 Harold Bloom on Shakespeare

    Harold Bloom on Shakespeare

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    Eminent literary critic and author of "Shakespeare and the Invention of the Human," Harold Bloom, expounds on Yahweh, Hamlet, Cleopatra, Falstaff, being, and the great playwright himself in this culminating lecture of "Shakespeare at Yale," a term-long fe

  • 41:53 Turner: Assembling The Pieces For A Global Biodiversity Monitoring Framework

    Turner: Assembling The Pieces For A Global Biodiversity Monitoring Framework

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    Woody Turner explains the role of remote sensing in biodiversity monitoring and assessment.

  • 03:49 What Is Social Democracy?

    What Is Social Democracy?

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    The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftungs's Academy for Social Democracy explains: social democracy. This is Juliane. She is a politics student. Together with her flatma...

  • 01:27 Ambassador Of Turkey: Misperceptions And Opportunities

    Ambassador Of Turkey: Misperceptions And Opportunities

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    Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to the United States Namik Tan discusses Turkey's unique national identity and role as a bridge between east and west. T...

  • 48:40 Faith and Reason

    Faith and Reason

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    Terry Eagleton, John Edward Taylor Professor of English Literature at the University of Manchester, delivers the third lecture in a series of lectures entitled “Faith and Fundamentalism: Is Belief in Richard Dawkins Necessary for Salvation?â

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