Inside the Classroom: Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Adjunct Instructor Sheriff Kevin Beary shows us the basics of fingerprint recording and recognition in the latest episode of "Inside the Classroom". "One of the things I enjoy about teaching at Everest is the fact that the students, most of them, work and go to school. And I can relate to that because that's exactly what I did when I was getting my degree." To search for an Everest Criminal Justice program in your area, visit www.everest.edu
Ancient Books and Libraries-Jenny McBride, Adjunct Faculty-Classics Carthage College
How to insert a nasal and oral airway adjunct This is a "presentation" I had to do for my English class. Did not expect to have this many views. Enjoy!
The DCMT Insert Airway Adjuncts/Suctioning Standard Filmed by the administration to standardize how the skill should be performed and tested.
Walker Barnard - Follow The Smoke Walker Barnard - Follow The Smoke EP -ADIG10 - Adjunct Audio
Airway adjuncts on .au Dr Peter Kas of Soma Health demonstrates basic advanced airway techniques at .au Share them with others.
True Adjunct Tales Ep1 Support True Adjunct Tales at: Professor Kitch explains what an adjunct is and tries to setup a meeting without an office. Watch the rest of the series and more at:
Labor Beat: Adjunct Faculty Protest at East-West University 85% of the faculty at East-West University, located on Chicago's Michigan Ave., are adjunct (not full time). Last spring, when word leaked to the administration that they were organizing a union with the Illinois Education Association, they were fired. On the same week of a demonstration called by the United Adjunct Faculty Association at the school, the NLRB filed an Unfair Labor Practice against East-West University (EWU) for violating the federally-protected rights of adjunct faculty. Scenes and interviews from the UAFA organized protest on August 26, 2010. Length 9:43. Produced by Labor Beat. Labor Beat is a CAN TV Community Partner. Labor Beat is a non-profit 501(c)(3) member of IBEW 1220. Views are those of the producer Labor Beat. For info: mail@, . 312-226-3330. For other Labor Beat videos, visit Google Video, YouTube, or blip.tv and search "Labor Beat".
a week in the life of an adjunct instructor A glimpse into today's academic labor environment where part-time instructors are over-worked and under paid.
Adjunct Agony In a graphic and humorous way, this short narrative focuses attention on the plight of part-time adjunct instructors, who are the lumpen of today's system of higher education.
Dual Survival Jungle Party with Cody Lundin Cody Lundin, YC Adjunct Instructor and co-host of the Discovery Channel Program "Dual Survival", answered questions from the audience and signed copies of his books. Over 800 people attended this free event. Lundin teaches survival courses at YC including Outdoor Survival, Winter Survival Skills and Aboriginal Living Skills. Several other great Recreation courses will be offered by the talented Adjunct Faculty Recreation Staff. This special event was hosted by the Yavapai College Recreation Department.
True Adjunct Tales Ep2 Support True Adjunct Tales at: Professor Kitch asks why he wasn't interviewed for a full-time position, and learns his true value to the department. Watch the entire series and more at
Cato Adjunct Don Boudreaux: Don't Fear the Trade Deficit If you liked this video, please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to our channel for more videos from Cato! Donald J. Boudreaux is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University and an Adjunct Scholar at the Cato Institute. He also blogs at . At a Cato Hill Briefing on March 24, 2011, he argued that the US trade deficit is less of a problem than many people might believe. He said that trade deficits are prime indicators of foreign investment in a country, which will inevitably lead to wage and standard of living increases.
True Adjunct Tales Ep3 Support True Adjunct Tales at: Professor Kitch speaks his mind in an orientation video for new adjuncts. Watch the entire series and more at
Become an Adjunct Professor Indication of Presentation Skills
True Adjunct Tales Ep5: University of Phoenix Support True Adjunct Tales at: Professor Kitch's adjunct job search leads to an interview with the University of Phoenix.
Vanderbilt Islamic Professor Reveals Truth About Islam Vanderbilt's Youth for Western Civilization president questions Professor Awadh A. Binhazim at Vanderbilt's "Common Ground" event about Muslims in the military on January 25, 2010. Dr. Binhazim says Islamic law calls for homo***uality to be punished by death. Find out more at .
Trafficking Film Panel: "The Day My God Died" A panel discussion following the film sceening of "The Day My God Died," a film documenting the horrors of child *** trafficking in Nepal. Panelists include: - Anuradha Koirala, Founder and Executive Director of Maiti Nepal - Bishwo Khadka, Chief Executive Officer, Maiti Nepal - Brigitte Cazalis-Collins, Friends of Maiti Nepal - Joseph Collins, Friends of Maiti Nepal - Siddharth Kara, Fellow, Initiative to Stop Human Trafficking, Harvard Kennedy School - Jay Silverman, Associate Professor of Society, Human Development, and Health, Harvard School of Public Health and - Moderated by: Timothy Patrick McCarthy, Lecturer and Director of the Human Rights and Social Movements Program, Carr Center, Harvard Kennedy School
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Professor Timothy P. McCarthy at the first General Asembly of #OccupyHarvard Nov 9 2011 8.04pm 2/2 Professor Timothy P. McCarthy (Adjunct Lecturer on Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School of Government www.hks.harvard.edu talks in the first general asembly. "...where we can be heard, where we can be seen, and where we can occupy. Harvard as I said, has been occupied before, (...), we occupied where Harvard has been complicit in Apertheid in South Africa (...) living wage. (...) We must occupy again, because Harvard employs the very people who were responsible of the global economic metdown and the political institutions that facilitate it, that have created the suffering that engulfs not only this nation but the globe aa whole. Harvard is complicit (...) Harvard has economists that teach us that profits are more important that people. And we are here tonight to say that this is more important than war, to say that people are more imporant than profits, and to say that the majority is right and the minority at this hour in history. The 1% is scared because the 99% is globalized. We are 99% percent, and it is time to take back this world. Peace".
Natalie Zemon Davis at the Art Institute of Chicago Historian Natalie Zemon Davis, currently an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto and best known for her book The Return of Martin Guerre, has been a pioneer in the field of social history. She reviews her most recent book based on a historical character titled Trickster Travels: A Six***th-Century Muslim Between Worlds.
Hansen Lecture.wmv Dr James Hansen, Adjunct Professor at Colombia University's Earth Institute and director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, talks to the University of Canterbury community about anthropogenic climate change and the future.
EMTB Practical Skill Review - 11 - Airway Adjuncts
Bjorn Lomborg Discusses Global Warming part 1 Dr. Bjorn Lomborg is adjunct professor at the Copenhagen Business School and author of the best-selling "The Skeptical Environmentalist" in which he challenged mainstream concerns about the environment and pointed out that we need to focus attention on the most important problems first. He spoke at the American Legislative Exchange Council's 2008 Annual Meeting.
Adjunct Nation It's hard to get a job in academia today; focus your career goals on English as Second Language (ESL), Spanish, Special Ed., or Science.
The Ghost of J. Beauregard B. and The Childrens Of God - Marimba For God [ADIG11] BUY: Beatport: What People Play: Zero Inch: www.zero- Juno Download: Boomkat: iTunes: [ADIG11] - OUT Jan.17th, 2011! Adjunct / Kompakt The Ghost of J. Beauregard B. and The Childrens Of God "Marimba For God" from "Making Time For God" EP on Adjunct EP clips and DJ feedback here: Film Collage by Captain Primo www.adjunct- http contact: adjunct.audio [at] www.adjunct- http Videos: imcaptainprimo [at]
Bjorn Lomborg Discusses Global Warming part 2 Dr. Bjorn Lomborg is adjunct professor at the Copenhagen Business School and author of the best-selling "The Skeptical Environmentalist" in which he challenged mainstream concerns about the environment and pointed out that we need to focus attention on the most important problems first. He spoke at the American Legislative Exchange Council's 2008 Annual Meeting.
Documentary about Buddha Boy 6 (subsequent adjunct) (Greek subs) Τα δύο βίντεο που εμπεριέχονται εδώ, αν και σχετικά, είναι στην πραγματικότητα ανεξάρτητα από το ντοκιμαντέρ. I have placed the two videos included herein as part of the documentary, although they are independent. ---------------------------------------- www.YoutubeTranslations.gr Υποτιτλισμοί των καλύτερων βίντεο του Youtube --------------------------------------
Johns Hopkins Adjunct Professor Rap Johns Hopkins Business Process and Quality Management Class Introduction Rap
TEDxEastsidePrep - Emer Dooley - Entrepreneurship Education: an Oxymoron? Emer Dooley serves as adjunct faculty in technology strategy, entrepreneurship and venture capital in the Business School and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington. She also works with the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), involving students in all aspects of company creation, technology commercialization and investment. She's most proud of having won the University's Distinguished Teaching Award. She is passionate about early-stage companies and raised and runs a small ($4.5 million) early-stage technology investment fund in conjunction with the Alliance of Angels. She is a board member for the Washington Research Foundation, the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Julep, a Seattle startup. Emer has a B.Sc. and M.Eng. from the University of Limerick in Ireland, and an MBA and Ph.D. from the University of Washington. She likes to do anything outdoors, and to subject her two girls (11 and 13) to bizarre travel adventures, usually involving marathons in strange places. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but ...
AU Adjunct Faculty Vote to Unionize Nicole Raz and Maureen Chowdhury report on how adjunct faculty at American University have voted to form a union.
TEDxSantaCruz: Jonathan Trent - Fuels and Tools for a Sustainable Future Jonathan Trent, NASA scientist and adjunct Professor at UCSC, wanted to understand what politicians meant when they said: "We need an Apollo mission for energy" and he began "Global Research into Energy and the Environment at NASA (GREEN)." Leading an interdisciplinary team of scientists and engineers, he investigated how tools developed for Apollo, and space exploration in general, could be applied to address some of the most pressing problems on "spaceship earth." Inspired by closed life-support systems developed for long-duration space exploration, he invented OMEGA—a system to grow microalgae, produce sustainable biofuels, clean wastewater, sequester carbon, and produce food and fertilizer without competing with agriculture for freshwater or land. The OMEGA project, supported by NASA and the California Energy Commission, is an ecology of technologies in which wastes become resources. An optimistic glimpse at the future and a reminder that we are not passengers on spaceship earth, we are the crew! ThisTEDxSantaCruz talk is part of over 2 dozen surrounding our theme of "Engage!" This inaugural TEDxSantaCruz event was held June 11, 2011 at the Cabrillo College Music Recital Hall in Aptos, CA (Santa Cruz County). TEDx. x=independently organized TED event. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers ...
Peter Williams, Adjunct Professor at RMIT's School of Management Register now for Open Day: www.rmit.edu.au Peter Williams is a recognised thought leader and practitioner in innovation and entrepreneurship. He is the Chief Edge Officer, Centre for the Edge at Deloitte and was the CEO of Deloitte Digital from 2008 to 2012. As Adjunct Professor at RMIT's School of Management, he continues to inspire and empower students through unique learning opportunities. www.rmit.edu.au
Cory Arcangel: Pro Tools: Various Self Playing Bowling Games, 2011 In this video, artist Cory Arcangel and adjunct curator of new media arts Christiane Paul discuss Arcangel's work Various Self Playing Bowling Games (2011), on view in the exhibition Cory Arcangel: Pro Tools.
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Graham Farmelo on Paul Dirac and Mathematical Beauty Adjunct Professor of Physics at Northeastern University in Boston, Graham Farmelo, on Paul Dirac and the Religion of Mathematical Beauty. Apart from Einstein, Paul Dirac was probably the greatest theoretical physicist of the 20th century. Dirac, co-inventor of quantum mechanics, is now best known for conceiving of anti-matter and also for his deeply eccentric behavior. For him, the most important attribute of a fundamental theory was its mathematical beauty, an idea that he said was "almost a religion" to him.
How to: Hand-Tied Mixed Flower Bouquet Diana Ryan, adjunct professor at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas, demonstrates how to create a hand-tied, mixed bouquet.
Book TV: Stephen Fried, "Appetite for America" Stephen Fried, adjunct journalism professor at Columbia University Graduate School, recounts the life of Fred Harvey, one of the earliest innovators of the American hospitality industry. Mr. Harvey, was the proprietor of sixty-five restaurants and lunch counters along the Santa Fe Railroad and several hotels from Chicago to Los Angeles. Mr. Fried examines how Fred Harvey's restaurant and hotel locations dovetailed with westward expansion and how the Harvey House became a part of the American lexicon and a precursor to today's fast food franchises. Stephen Fried discusses his book at Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri.
Terry Pratchett "The Importance of Being Amazed about Absolutely Everything" Professor Sir Terry Pratchett Inaugural Lecture "The Importance of Being Amazed about Absolutely Everything". 4 November 2010, Trinity College Dublin Also see video at
Fallout from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant - Richard Broinowski Journalist, author, diplomat and Adjunct Professor from the University of Sydney, Richard Broinowski tells the story of the Fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant disaster. His talk looks back to the development of the Nuclear Village in Japan, including General Electric and the American state's successful efforts to sell nuclear energy to Japan under the auspices of selling them energy self-sufficiency. Richard speaks Japanese, has lived in Japan and made many visits. He has thoroughly researched the incident and subsequent events and impacts. He is confident that Japan has, post-Fukushima, 'turned a corner' and notes that many Japanese prefectures are becoming less inclined to restart reactors in the wake of the Japanese people's diminishing faith in the technology and its various safeguards. Will we see Japan embrace renewable energy production with their famous reputation for innovation and stoicism? What does the Fukushima disaster mean for the future of the nuclear power industry beyond Japanese shores? What of the Australian uranium mining industry, and its commercial viability? Richard Broinowski gave this public lecture in the Hawke Centre at the University of South Australia in February of 2012, ahead of the release of his forthcoming book on the subject.
Leonard Majzlin, DMDL/ECT Adjunct Faculty Discusses the course, "Media for Museums and Public Spaces".