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Why So Many Chinese Students Come to America

Why So Many Chinese Students Come to America

This video is sponsored by Skillshare. Use the link in the description to watch my course or thousands of others with a free two-month trial. In 2018, the U.S. imported $540 billion worth of goods from China, but exported only 120. In response, President Trump imposed tariffs, immediately shaking the Chinese, American, and, therefore, world, economies. But while the trade war defines today’s economy, another deficit will decide tomorrow’s. In the 2017-18 school year, 363,000 Chinese students came to study…

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Manufacturing in America: Perception vs. Reality – MoManufacturingWINs

Manufacturing in America: Perception vs. Reality – MoManufacturingWINs

It just doesn’t match up! Over seventy percent of Americans view manufacturing as the most important industry for a strong economy and a strong national defense, but only 30 percent of parents encourage their kids to enter manufacturing careers. Only seventeen percent of people consider manufacturing as a top career choice. It doesn’t match up! Did you know manufacturing workers have the highest job tenure in the private sector? Ninety percent of manufacturing workers have medical benefits and 78 percent…

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Beaver Nation

Beaver Nation

You. You are the nation. Your geography is boundless. Your currency is action. Favorite word? “Possible.” You are the nation of, “Think big,” “Push up your sleeves,” “get it done.” The nation of, “make it happen.” “Do it better.” “Never stop.” “Go together.” Your motto? “Inspire.” “Heal” “Create” “Solve” You are the nation. Built from pride, forged in orange and black. Your nation. Beaver nation. Your only question? “What’s next?”

A New Culture of Learning, Douglas Thomas at TEDxUFM

A New Culture of Learning, Douglas Thomas at TEDxUFM

Translator: Rebeca zuñiga Reviewer: Reiko Bovee I’m really happy to be here, and I have a lot to talk about. About a year and a half ago, I published a book with my colleague, John Seely Brown called “A New Culture of Learning.” And it addressed what we saw as some fundamental problems with what was happening in education today. And, it hit us very early on that learning is fundamentally an easy thing that we do, that we do…

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Australian workplace culture (Professional Insights)

Australian workplace culture (Professional Insights)

Welcome everybody, I’m Olivia Doyle. I’m one of the Career Practitioners at the Centre for Career Development and today’s presentation as most of you will know is on Australian Workplace Culture. So let me tell you what we’re actually going to cover We’re going to give you an overview of distinctive features of Australian Business Culture then we’re going to look at some hierarchy and leadership styles that you might typically find in Australian organisations. Then we will move on…

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Student Societies Tour | University of Sheffield

Student Societies Tour | University of Sheffield

I’m Martha, and I’m the Activities Officer at Sheffield Students’ Union. There’s loads of amazing activities and opportunities that students can get involved with during their time at university. We have over 360 different societies here at Sheffield, so let’s go and see what they’re all up to at the moment. So we put on eight plays a year. It’s a really, really fun society to be a part of. People I’ve met through doing SUTCo have just become some…

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Making Oregon Count 2020 – Engaging Hard to Count Communities

Making Oregon Count 2020 – Engaging Hard to Count Communities

alright welcome back folks my name is Lisa Bates I’m an associate professor here in the School of urban studies and planning and of course I love the census I love the census so much I once spent several months inside the confidential research data center of windowless Internet less room so that I could use census data to track Hurricane Katrina recovery in New Orleans just one of the many really critical uses of the data products that are…

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SOCIOLOGY – Alexis De Tocqueville

SOCIOLOGY – Alexis De Tocqueville

Democracy was achieved by such a long arduous and heroic struggle that it can feel embarrassing even shameful to be pretty Disappointed by it Perhaps the best guy to such feelings and to Modern democracy in general is a 19th century French aristocrat [Alexis] De [Tocqueville] Photo Tocqueville Democracy was a highly exotic and new political option he’d been born in 1805 when Napoleon was the populist dictator of half of Europe But he prescient lee believed that democracy was…

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Joseph Stiglitz ’64: “Globalism and Its Discontents: Point/Counterpoint with Ilan Stavans”

Joseph Stiglitz ’64: “Globalism and Its Discontents: Point/Counterpoint with Ilan Stavans”

– Hello everybody, it’s a pleasure to see this big crowd. My name is Ilan Stavens, I am professor here of the humanities, Latin American and Latino culture the Lewis Seabring professor. It is an enormous pressure for me to see you all here. This is the 3rd of a five events this year of our second series called Point Counterpoint. The gestation of the series started.. just about when the presidential election was taking place in 2016, and many…

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