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Passionate About People? Study Social Science

Passionate About People? Study Social Science

I’m Alfred Koech, a student here at ECU, originally from Kenya and I am pursuing a Bachelors of Social Science. I chose Social Science because I am passionate in working with people. Social Science is a broad spectrum and you get to learn a lot of things, and for now I’ve learned a lot of […]

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Insights into Social Science Faculty Research: Heather Yoo

Insights into Social Science Faculty Research: Heather Yoo

– I think what most transformed me would be, surprisingly, the lunch workshops. Like, they were very helpful. It was very helpful, interesting to hear all professors, like, so passionate about their own research in different fields to come in and talk about their own research, because that’s not something we can do, like, although […]

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Humanities & Social Sciences: 29 June 2016, 3pm

Humanities & Social Sciences: 29 June 2016, 3pm

PRESIDING OFFICER: On behalf of the University of Strathclyde, I would like to extend a very warm welcome to you, to this congregation, for the conferment of degrees here in the Barony Hall. Today is a very special day in the University calendar, it is a graduation day, which makes it a day of celebration […]

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Science News!! ES Project PSHS-CRC-2023

Science News!! ES Project PSHS-CRC-2023

Good morning, world! Welcome to Bente-Tres Oras where we bring you Science News for only 23 hours, because we need rest as well! This is Marwah B. Muti, reporting live. For the headlines, Typhoon Pepeng, otherwise known as Typhoon Parma, interacts with Typhoon Quedan, otherwise known as Typhoon Melor 2009. Did you get that? Because […]

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Жизнь на Марсе! Новый выпуск Science News

Imagine, sleepy people can become a threat to the society! I hope you had a good rest over the weekend. How predatory snails may help diabetics? What will help emergence of life on Mars? Hubble found a galaxy, consisting only of old stars. Hello! I am Denis Nikulin, and you are watching Science News on […]

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NC State Humanities and Social Sciences: In the Community

NC State Humanities and Social Sciences: In the Community

[MUSIC] Wall: Well, it started a little more than two years ago. Several of us had an interest in common, and that was what we would need to do to adapt the conditions in the neighborhood so that we could stay in our homes rather than plan to go to retirement homes. When we realized […]

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Interview with Dr Dallas Rogers – Social Sciences

Interview with Dr Dallas Rogers – Social Sciences

Hi I’m Dallas Rogers and I’m a Lecturer here at Western Sydney University and also the Academic Course Advisor for Social Science on Parramatta Campus. So in the early two thousands I cycled from Singapore to the United Kingdom through about twenty countries, cycling for about 20,000 kilometres. During that trip I cycled over the […]

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Stopping a Disastrous Plan with Science: the Bay Model

Stopping a Disastrous Plan with Science: the Bay Model

These days if you want to simulate something in the physical world you use a computer. But what if you couldn’t? What if it was, say, the 1950s and you needed to work out if a bold but questionable plan to dam the San Francisco Bay was a good idea? The answer is this: The […]

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Chemical Indicators: Laboratory Security Awareness

Do you really have to go and study right now? I have two tests on Thursday. You worry too much. When’s the last time you didn’t get an A on a test? I get A’s because I worry, that’s the whole point of worrying. And anyway Apartment was rented to one tenant, male, mid twenties […]

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