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TVF College Admission Qtiyapa | Ek Admission Aisa Bhi

TVF College Admission Qtiyapa | Ek Admission Aisa Bhi

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A 12th pass son without admission is a burden on his father. There’s not a single boy of his age in the neighbourhood who’s sitting around they’ve all got their admissions done. Don’t worry, Panditji will surely show us a good college today. I don’t care about good or bad anymore, I just want him […]

Expanding Psychedelic Medicine – Rick Doblin, Ph.D.

Expanding Psychedelic Medicine – Rick Doblin, Ph.D.

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(ambient music) – MAPS is the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, started 33 years ago. And its purpose was as a non-profit pharmaceutical company to try to bring psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy into legal practice, medical practice by prescription. MAPS is expanding at an incredible rate. We’re expanding, not just the number of people that are being […]

Teaching the Science of Light with Minecraft Education Edition

Teaching the Science of Light with Minecraft Education Edition

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(upbeat music) – So the standard that we wanted to address was about sources of light. So we got into natural versus artificial light. So we started the lesson by introducing the world. They quickly discovered one of the non-player characters. So we taught the students how to right click on it so that we […]

Dr. Calvin Stiller accepts an Honorary Doctorate

Dr. Calvin Stiller accepts an Honorary Doctorate

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>>By the authority vested in me by the Senate of York University I hereby confer on you the Degree of Doctor of Science honoris causa Admitto te ad gradum. Congratulations. [ Applause ]>>Thank you Chancellor, Mr. President, Provost, Chair of the Board and Faculty, and greetings to all my fellow alumni, graduands, guests and friends. […]

What NASA can teach us about education reform | Matt Candler

What NASA can teach us about education reform | Matt Candler

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One way to think about the state of school today in the U.S. is to ask the question, what did school look like a hundred years ago? And lets say we found someone and brought them in a time machine forward from a 100-120 years ago and started to show them what our world looked […]

Primer on interviewing for psychology doctoral internships

Primer on interviewing for psychology doctoral internships

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>>MITCH PRINSTEIN: Hi, this is Mitch Prinstein and I am happy to give you a quick primer on interviewing for internship. If you are listening to this right now, then it is probably at some point in November and you have submitted all of your applications. Congratulations – that is a lot of work. And […]

Experimenting (Literally) in College

Experimenting (Literally) in College

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– Oh, my god. This picture of me from college just popped up on my feed. – You’re a widdle baby. – Oh, I wish I could go back to college. It was a crazy time for me. – College is perfect for experimenting and trying new things. – Mm-hmm, new sex stuff. – [GASPS] […]

How Ecology Masters Degree Helps Wildlife Biologist Research Career – Alayne Cotterill

How Ecology Masters Degree Helps Wildlife Biologist Research Career – Alayne Cotterill

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Career outcomes from the Master of Biotechnology

Career outcomes from the Master of Biotechnology

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Our biggest strength in the Master of Biotechnology is the set of industrial partners that we’ve lined up; CSL, cell therapies, Sienna, and very successful companies that our students can get placements in. All our students have research projects that they undertake with industry and the possibility for an internship within an industrial partner. So […]

Freeman Hrabowski: 4 pillars of college success in science

Freeman Hrabowski: 4 pillars of college success in science

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Translator: Timothy Covell Reviewer: Morton Bast So I’ll be talking about the success of my campus, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, UMBC, in educating students of all types, across the arts and humanities and the science and engineering areas. What makes our story especially important is that we have learned so much from a […]