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HPSC0001 – Madness and Society

HPSC0001 – Madness and Society

I’m Bill MacLehose, I’m the lecturer for HPSC0001, the very first module in our catalogue, which is Madness and Society. So Madness and Society is a module that’s an overview of the history of deviant behaviors, what’s considered to be beyond the acceptable rational thought of humans from, really, the Classical period to the present.

Erick Brown – Sociology, SGA President 2011-12

Erick Brown – Sociology, SGA President 2011-12

The most important thing that I’ve learned in college is that it’s ok to be who you are, but it’s also ok to change who you are to who you think you should and can be. I feel like a lot of people have invested a lot into my leadership skills and to my personal

2020 President’s Plano Campus Message | Waubonsee Community College

2020 President’s Plano Campus Message | Waubonsee Community College

Hi I’m Dr Christine Sobek, president of Waubonsee Community College. I am thrilled to share that Waubonsee’s Plano Campus is undergoing an exciting renovation. Over the next 2 semesters, the Plano Campus is being transformed into the college’s Innovation and Design Center, a place where innovation, creativity, and partnerships lead to degrees, industry certifications, a

The Arts and Letters Pre-Health Major: Sociologist Sarah Mustillo

The Arts and Letters Pre-Health Major: Sociologist Sarah Mustillo

One of the great things, I think, that Notre Dame offers is this Arts and Letters, you know, Pre-Health or Pre-Professional Program. I think it is a great opportunity for students to expand beyond the biology and the chemistry and the organic chemistry which are all very important parts of preparing for a medical career.

Autistic Culture

Autistic Culture

Cultural Neurodiversity. Hello everyone. I’m Laura Gilmour and I’m a PhD candidate at the University of Alberta in Canada and an autistic self-advocate. I think everyone’s been hearing the words “autistic culture” lately on the internet and many are wondering how that can be useful to you or your family members. This presentation will explore

Biotechnology

Biotechnology

Biotechnology is the use of multiple sciences such as biology, chemistry, physics, and math to improve our life. It can be inventing new drugs, designing new crops that are more drought tolerant – the limits are endless. Students should choose St. Louis Community College for their biotechnology education because it’s unique in the fact that

Ahna – Majoring in Sociology at Iowa State University

Ahna – Majoring in Sociology at Iowa State University

I chose sociology because I had always been interested in politics and systems of oppression and things like that. And when I came to college I had a lot of anger about inequality, social inequality economic inequality, and sociology kind of gave me those reasons to why there is social inequality and why there is

Dr. Amy Chasteen Miller – Associate Professor of Sociology

Dr. Amy Chasteen Miller – Associate Professor of Sociology

I decided I wanted to be a professor fairly early because I really liked being a student and I thought I’d like to be a student forever and I was in school, in high school, I started college. I loved every minute of college. I was the kid that just really enjoyed every class that

Pursuit of a More Equitable World: Disability Culture & Society (John Kemp Talk #2, Audio Described)

Pursuit of a More Equitable World: Disability Culture & Society (John Kemp Talk #2, Audio Described)

[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: Pursuit of a More Equitable World, Disability, Culture, and Society. [MUSIC PLAYING] An excerpt from John Kemp’s keynote address at the University of Washington. SHERYL BURGSTAHLER: Thanks to all of you for coming. Good afternoon. I’m Sheryl Burgstahler, the founder and director of the DO-IT Center, where DO-IT stands for Disabilities, Opportunities,

Class Day Lecture 2009: The Uniqueness of Humans

Class Day Lecture 2009: The Uniqueness of Humans

Stanford University (Applause) John Etchemendy: Thank you, Howard. And than you for inviting me to celebrate Class Day with graduates and their families. It’s my pleasure to introduce this year’s Class Day Speaker, Professor Robert Sapolsky. But before I do that, allow me a word with this year’s graduates. Now, you may not remember this,