1. Northern Short Course in Photojournalism

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    This three-day event is packed with more than two dozen workshops on a variety of topics relevant to professionals and students in the field of visual journalism. Learn from and network with industry leaders, as they share their work and discuss what makes them successful. Choose from a variety of workshops and lectures on topics such as business practices, multimedia, lighting, and more. Sign up for one-on-one portfolio reviews from top photo editors and photographers. Meet manufacturers and suppliers of photographic equipment, presenting the latest technology available. You won't find a more diverse conference - there's something for everyone! Save the date for the NSC Contest Awards and NPPA Annual Awards reception, Saturday March 14, 2015 at the Hyatt Fairfax, Fairfax, VA following the conclusion of the 2015 NSC.

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    • To Make is to Grasp

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      Joep Frens, our Nierenberg Chair of Design, delivered this Design the Future Lecture October 1, 2014.

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      • WWWforEurope Lecture Series: Reinhilde Veugelers: Coherent Innovation and Industrial Policy Favouring Socio- Ecological Transit

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        WWWforEurope Lecture Series Reinhilde Veugelers: Coherent Innovation and Industrial Policy Favouring Socio-Ecological Transition Commentary by Andreas Reinstaller Find more information on our website: http://www.foreurope.eu/index.php?id=922 Reinhilde Veugelers, is a full professor in the department of management, strategy and innovation, KU Leuven, Belgium, a Senior Fellow at Bruegel and CEPR Research Fellow. She has profound experience as a policy advisor gained in the European Commission Bureau of European Policy Analysis, the ERC Scientific Council and as a member of the Innovation for Growth (i4g) Expert Group supporting the European Commission. Commentary by Andreas Reinstaller, Senior Researcher at the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO)

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        • WWWforEurope Lecture Series: Reinhilde Veugelers. Commentary by Andreas Reinstaller

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          WWWforEurope Lecture Series Reinhilde Veugelers: Coherent Innovation and Industrial Policy Favouring Socio-Ecological Transition Commentary by Andreas Reinstaller Find more information on our website: http://www.foreurope.eu/index.php?id=922 Reinhilde Veugelers, is a full professor in the department of management, strategy and innovation, KU Leuven, Belgium, a Senior Fellow at Bruegel and CEPR Research Fellow. She has profound experience as a policy advisor gained in the European Commission Bureau of European Policy Analysis, the ERC Scientific Council and as a member of the Innovation for Growth (i4g) Expert Group supporting the European Commission. Commentary by Andreas Reinstaller, Senior Researcher at the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO)

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          • WWWforEurope Lecture Series: Dennis Meadows: Financing the Future Welfare State.

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            WWWforEurope Lecture Series Dennis Meadows: Financing the Future Welfare State. Commentary by Karl Aiginger Find more information on our website: http://www.foreurope.eu/index.php?id=920 Dennis Meadows, professor emeritus of systems management at the University of New Hampshire, is co-author of the pioneering 1972 Club of Rome report "The Limits to Growth". He holds a PHD from MIT and was director of university research centers at three universities: MIT, Dartmouth College and University of New Hampshire. He worked indefatigably for a sustainable planet calling the public’s attention to the problem, e.g. via the 30-years-update to the Limits to Growth study or his engagement in the Balaton group. In 2009 he received the Japan Price for his work. Commentary by Karl Aiginger, director of the Austrian Institute for Economic Research (WIFO), Professor of Economics at Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, and coordinator of the WWWforEurope project.

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            • WWWforEurope Lecture Series: Financing the Future Welfare State. Commentary by Karl Aiginger

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              WWWforEurope Lecture Series Dennis Meadows: Financing the Future Welfare State. Commentary by Karl Aiginger Find more information on our website: http://www.foreurope.eu/index.php?id=920 Dennis Meadows, professor emeritus of systems management at the University of New Hampshire, is co-author of the pioneering 1972 Club of Rome report "The Limits to Growth". He holds a PHD from MIT and was director of university research centers at three universities: MIT, Dartmouth College and University of New Hampshire. He worked indefatigably for a sustainable planet calling the public’s attention to the problem, e.g. via the 30-years-update to the Limits to Growth study or his engagement in the Balaton group. In 2009 he received the Japan Price for his work. Commentary by Karl Aiginger, director of the Austrian Institute for Economic Research (WIFO), Professor of Economics at Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, and coordinator of the WWWforEurope project.

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              • Victor Davis Hanson The New World War

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                World-renowned scholar Victor Davis Hanson takes us back in time for an in depth lecture series on World War II featuring newly released footage of the battles that ravaged the world.

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                • Presentation by R. Koehler, DGGS, Oct 2013 - Luncheon Lecture Series "Remote Sensing of the Last Frontier"

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                  The IEEE AK-GRSS Luncheon Lecture Series "Remote Sensing of the Last Frontier" focuses on communicating interesting developments in Geoscience and Remote Sensing to the State of Alaska. In this presentation from October 2013, Dr. Rich Koehler, Alaska DGGS, presented on the use of airborne Lidar in the State.

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                  • WWWforEurope Youth Forum: Giacomo Corneo - Alternatives to Capitalism?

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                    WWWforEurope Youth Forum Giacomo Corneo: Alternatives to Capitalism? Book presentation and discussion with Margit Schratzenstaller Find more information on our website: http://www.foreurope.eu/index.php?id=908 Giacomo Corneo is Professor of Public Finance and Social Policy at the Free University of Berlin. His latest book – “Bessere Welt – Hat der Kapitalismus ausgedient? Eine Reise durch alternative Wirtschaftssysteme” (A Better World – Is Capitalism Over? A Journey through Alternative Economic Systems) has been published in 2014. After a reading of “Bessere Welt”, Giacomo Corneo discussed his book with youth and student representatives.

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                    • WWWforEurope Youth Forum: Giacomo Corneo - Alternatives to Capitalism? Discussion

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                      WWWforEurope Youth Forum Giacomo Corneo: Alternatives to Capitalism? Book presentation Find more information on our website: foreurope.eu/index.php?id=908 Giacomo Corneo is Professor of Public Finance and Social Policy at the Free University of Berlin. His latest book – “Bessere Welt – Hat der Kapitalismus ausgedient? Eine Reise durch alternative Wirtschaftssysteme” (A Better World – Is Capitalism Over? A Journey through Alternative Economic Systems) has been published in 2014. After a reading of “Bessere Welt”, Giacomo Corneo discussed his book with youth and student representatives.

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