1. Relief, Inc. Eye Treatment


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    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the prevalence of blindness in Liberia is estimated at 1% with about 35,000 afflicted citizens. Cataracts are a leading cause of blindness in Liberia. More than 17,000 people have lost their sight to the condition. Additionally, 3% of the total population suffers from visual impairment. In 2013 Relief, Inc. hosted an eye treatment project in Liberia. The mission of Relief, Inc. is to improve the lives of the people all over the world more specifically Liberia, West Africa and local Communities in Northern California by mobilizing the International Community. If you would like to learn more about Relief, Inc. please visit our website at: reliefinc.org

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    • Daphne Koller, Innovator of Machine Learning (EG7)


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      April 2013: Daphne Koller discusses the availability, or lack thereof, of higher learning education around the world, and her co-founding of Coursera. Koller is a MacArthur Laureate, Stanford Professor of Computer Science, innovator in machine learning, and co-founder and co-CEO of Coursera in Mountain View, CA.

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      • Inside The New School's University Center: Students Move In to the Dormitories


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        The grand opening isn't until January 2014—at which point the entire New School community will have access to classes, the Event Cafe, a library, study spaces, and more—but student residents are already making the top eight floors of the University Center their new home. Listen and watch these freshmen, transfer, and returning students talk about the building, its location in the heart of the city, and more. Stay current on University Center news and events by visiting http://www.newschool.edu/university-center The New School, a university in New York City, offers distinguished degree, certificate, and continuing education programs in art and design, liberal arts, management and policy, and the performing arts. THE NEW SCHOOL | http://www.newschool.edu

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        • Amanda French: "Sheesh, What's With All the THATCamps?"


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          Amanda French, THATCamp Coordindator Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media Oct 16, 2012

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          • George Church & Ting Wu, His & Her Geneticists (EG7)


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            April 2013: George Church & Ting Wu discuss radical developments in Genetic studies, and their implications in questions of ethical boundaries regarding a variety of future uses. Church and Wu embody the scientific insight and engineering craft that is at the nexus of this new Genetics movement.

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            • Seed (2013)


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              Submission for the 2013 Duke STEAMy Summer video competition. Music: Johnny Ripper's "Waltz for an Imaginary Piano" (obtained from the Free Music Archive), Gareth Coker's "The Fluttering Fairy and the Flute" (license purchased from Audio Jungle), and Francesco D'Andrea's "Wonders of Life" (license purchased from Premiumbeat) Software: Adobe Flash CS4, After Effects CS6, Final Cut Pro X.

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              • Frontiers of New Media - "Books, Libraries, and Literary Culture in World of Warcraft"


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                Dr. J. Clare Woods, Professor or Classical Studies, Duke University, presents "Books, Libraries, and Literary Culture in World of Warcraft". Recorded Sept. 2011.

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                • Department of Communication


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                  • Frontiers of New Media - "The Exaggerated Death of Time and Space"


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                    Dr. Richard White of Stanford University presents the Keynote Address for the 2011 Frontiers of New Media Symposium "The Exaggerated Death of Time and Space".

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