1. Rice University Gateway Film

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    This film was produced for the School of Social Sciences at Rice University in Houston, Texas. The goal was to educate prospective students on the opportunities provided by the Gateway program. The story is told through interviews with seven students and alumni who give their perspective on the areas of research, internships, the Gateway Study of Leadership and the Global Urban Lab. The film was shot over 3-days using a RED 4K Scarlet for the green screen interviews and a Canon 5D mIII for the b-roll. CREDITS: Production Company: Limelight Films, Houston, Texas Producer/Director/DP/Editor: Ken Kosub Gaffer: Troy Webb Grip: Dennis Palmerie Rice Stock Footage Cameraman: Brandon Martin Motion Graphics: Sean Johnston Post-Production Facility: Limelight Films

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    • FP7 Marie Curie Actions in Ireland - Success Stories in Social Science and Humanities

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      A montage of interviews with social science and humanities researchers from Ireland who were successful in securing funding from the FP7 Marie Curie Actions.

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      • Equilibria in Games with a Continuum of Agents and Transport, par Guillaume Carlier

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        Equilibria in Games with a Continuum of Agents and Transport, par Guillaume Carlier (CEREMADE Dauphine) PDE Models in the Social Sciences Journée de clôture de la Chaire d'excellence FSMP de Peter Markowich (KAUST) au LJLL et au CEREMADE Le 24 janvier 2014 à l'UPMC

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        • The Mediabank Mission

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          What Mediabank is up to: we're videoing students telling in their own way what their course is like and why they came to London Met. This is a snapshot of who we've talked to so far. Music is Moot, by the fabulous Hypermagic, and best listened to LOUD.

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          • First Year on Journalism, Communications & Media and Social Sciences & Humanities

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            Three voices chatting about first year *undergraduate* life on a couple of our BA programmes.

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            • Why Does Social Sciences and Humanities Research Matter in Canada?

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              As a child, I tried to understand why people tried to kill my grandparents. They were exiled as children to Soviet labour camps (Gulags). To many, their story and that of hundreds of thousands of children is unknown. Around the world, children continue to undergo forced migration and associated repercussions. Host country attitudes, treatment upon arrival, stressors and supports all relate to well-being and adjustment. Why have my grandparents and other refugees like them had such happy lives in Canada? What can and should we do to make this the case for children arriving in Canada today? We need these answers and solutions. Social Sciences and Humanities researchers don't just listen. We find answers and provide solutions.

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              • SYNTAX talks 2013 - Visualising Palestine

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                As part of SYNTAX/Interface, Ramzi Jaber and Joumana al Jabri present Visualizing Palestine. An independent collective, Visualizing Palestine work at the intersection of communication, social sciences, technology, design, and urban studies for social justice. The team will talk about how they shifted careers from designers and engineers to social practitioners, pooling together their personal expertise in different fields to design creative visuals, which describe a factual, rights-based narrative of some of the pressing issues in Palestine/Israel. Ramzi Jaber is a co-founder of Visualizing Palestine, and Thaber. An engineer by training, Ramzi also served as a key organizer and curator of TEDxRamallah, an independently organized TED event showcasing inspirational stories of Palestine. In 2012, he was selected as one of four Social Entrepreneurship fellows at Stanford University’s Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law. Joumana al Jabri is a co-founder of Visualizing Palestine. With a background in architecture and business, she works with multidisciplinary teams on projects that aim to increase social awareness by using creative communication, particularly on Palestine. She co-curated TEDxRamallah in Lebanon and is also co-founder of Febrik, a Lebanon based non-profit organization concerned with social practices and urban space, particularly within the context of Palestinian refugee camps. More SYNTAX talks: http://syntaxdesign.com/blog/category/syntax-talks/

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                • Convergence to Consensus in Models with a Finite Range of Interactions par Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin

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                  Convergence to Consensus in Models with a Finite Range of Interactions par Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin (University of Maryland) PDE Models in the Social Sciences Journée de clôture de la Chaire d'excellence FSMP de Peter Markowich (KAUST) au LJLL et au CEREMADE Le 24 janvier 2014 à l'UPMC

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                  • Knowledge and Ingenuity: A Kinetic Approach, par Giuseppe Toscani

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                    Knowledge and Ingenuity: A Kinetic Approach par Giuseppe Toscani (Università di Pavia) PDE Models in the Social Sciences Journée de clôture de la Chaire d'excellence FSMP de Peter Markowich (KAUST) au LJLL et au CEREMADE Le 24 janvier 2014 à l'UPMC

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                    • CLASS Notes December 2013

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