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Kenny Linden, "Mongolian Environmental and Animal History" (ACES Brown Bag)

Kenny Linden, PhD candidate in IU's Department of Central Eurasian Studies, presents on the field research he carried out in Mongolia last year with the help of a Fulbright-Hays DDRA grant. He…

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Anita Roberts

Anita Roberts is descended from one of the first families of color in South Bend. Her grandfather worked as a foreman at the Studebaker wagon factory, and her grandmother as a domestic worker in the…

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World War I Roundtable Discussion

Indiana University Bloomington will host a global roundtable titled "An Unsolved Business: The Legacy of the Great War," featuring diplomats from many of the countries involved in World War…

From  rtsvideo RTVS Video Archive A year ago 1 views 0  

Kaltura Customer Stories

Our customers and partners share their insights on market trends, online video and Kaltura’s solutions. Explore real requirements from real organizations and learn how Kaltura transforms…

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Chapter 3 - Part 2 - Under and Overapplied Overhead (Review "Details" Below)

THIS REFERS TO THE "FOURTH" SECTION OF CHAPTER 3, BUT THIS IS ACTUALLY THE SECOND VIDEO TO CHAPTER 3. THE PREVIOUS VERSION OF THE TEXT INCLUDED THIS AT THE END OF CHAPTER 3.

From  Nathan Smith 2 Years ago 28 views 0  

Entrepreneurial Insights - Cathy Langham

In this episode, Cathy Langham of Langham Logistics, discusses the challenges she overcame to become a very successful woman entrepreneur in a traditional male dominated industry.

From  jcei Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & 3 Years ago 37 views 0