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    • University of Derby - Programme Representatives


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      I voiced this animation for The University of Derby Student's Union to help recruit students as programme representatives. Check out my website below and you'll see that I work with a number of Universities and Colleges across the UK. http://www.ritchieclark.co.uk https://twitter.com/RitchieClark Personal Instagram @mrritchieclark

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      • Jordan Barrow talks about choosing CILEx instead of a law degree


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        Jordan Barrow chose to join a law firm and study for CILEx qualifications through CILEx Law School instead of going to university

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        • Hawaii Basketball - First Week Update From Eran Ganot


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          University of Hawai'i basketball head coach Eran Ganot provides a quick update on the first week of school for the Warriors.

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          • UT Arlington 2013 (Official Aftermovie)


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            iExperia is an extrasensory nightlife experience that combines DJs, high-value concert production, and a variety of cirque-style stage performers. Attendees dance under the event’s light shows and special effects, all while performers like aerialists, LED robots, contortionists, (and more) take the stage and mesmerize the crowd. Beyond just a DJ and lights, iExperia brings a unique concert experience to students across the country. Every event is custom designed to each campus, student body, and venue. The goal is to show your students something they‘ve never seen before, and deliver a record breaking attendance. The event provides a full package, including all performers, staging, sound, and lighting to transform just about any campus space into an amazing ready-to-go show, whether it‘s a gymnasium, field house, ballroom, student center, arena, quad, or parking lot. This makes it easier for schools to coordinate their event by having only one point of contact instead of multiple ones for each aspect of the production. Additionally, there are multiple versions of the core event experience available, meant for schools with different budgets and student body sizes. Each and every event can be customized to fit the needs of a particular school. www.iexperiainvasion.com

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            • Schellhorn_Kyle_FlashbackFridayVideo


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              This is me, Kyle Schellhorn.

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              • Book Launch: Promoting Health in Aotearoa New Zealand


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                The University of Otago Wellington and the Otago University Press invites you to celebrate the launch of Promoting Health in Aotearoa New Zealand, edited by Louise Signal & Mihi Ratima. The health of the planet – and all of us who live on it – is under dire threat from factors such as climate change, obesity and new infectious diseases. Progressive health promotion is an approach that can counterbalance these threats with practice, policy and advocacy for health, well-being and equity. Promoting Health in Aotearoa New Zealand provides a rich scan of the health promotion landscape in New Zealand. It explores ways in which Māori, and other, perspectives have been melded with Western ideas to produce distinctly New Zealand approaches. In doing so it addresses the need for locally written material for use in teaching and practice, and provides direction for all those wanting to solve complex public health problems. The integration of an indigenous analysis throughout this text makes it a unique contribution that will be of great value to scholars, practitioners and all of those working in health promotion in New Zealand, Australia and beyond. – Professor Emeritus Sir Mason Durie, Massey University, New Zealand … a valuable contribution to promoting health and wellbeing in Aotearoa NZ and the Pacific region. – Dr Colin Tukuitonga, Director-General, Secretariat of the Pacific Community, New Caledonia … a must read for all health promoters, policy-makers and those seeking new solutions to public health problems. – Professor Fran Baum, Director, Southgate Institute, Flinders University, Australia Associate Professor LOUISE SIGNAL is a director of the Health Promotion and Policy Research Unit at the University of Otago, Wellington. She has worked in health promotion for over 30 years in a range of roles, including as senior adviser (health promotion) at the Ministry of Health. Dr MIHI RATIMA (Whakatōhea, Ngāti Awa) is a director of Taumata Associates, a public health and Māori development consultancy. She was formerly an associate professor in Māori Health and founding director of Taupua Waiora Centre for Māori Health Research at AUT University.

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                • FVJ Aracati - Campanha Vestibular 2015.1


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                  VT para campanha vestibular 2015.1. Faculdade do Vale do Jaguaribe.

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                  • Breaking Grad Part 1


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                    Following the August 14 decision by the University of Missouri to cut graduate student health insurance prompted hundreds of students to organize and submit a list of demands. The demands included reinstating the health insurance, which happened a week later but only temporarily. Other demands were that students must be paid a living wage, full tuition waivers, permanent fully subsidized healthcare, more affordable university run student housing, university run childcare facilities and the elimination of departmental fees. They set a deadline of August 25 at 5:00 p.m. for their demands to be met, or they would walk out. The deadline expired and on August 26, nearly 1000 graduate students and their supporters walked out of class and held a rally at Traditions Plaza. During which they chanted slogans condemning the university’s policy of giving raises to Chancellor Loftin and athletic coaches while taking away their basic benefits. Many students and faculty members spoke about how their lives had been affected by the changes and expressed what they wanted from the university to make it right.

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                    • CityStudio Outdoor Learning Project (Part 1)


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                      Outdoor learning happens in nature, not indoor classrooms, to reconnect us with the natural world we live in. This way, we become more aware of our ongoing and shifting relationship with nature in the immediate urban environment. This project gives students the opportunity to co-create learning spaces in Vancouver parks, where teachers and students of all ages can have engaging and meaningful experiences in nature. The Outdoor Learning Project is a partnership between the Park Board, Everett Crowley Park Committee, CityStudio Vancouver, and the SFU Semester in Dialogue that will explore the concepts of outdoor learning in the city. This initiative is supported with the help of the Vancouver Foundation.

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