Monthly Highlights: May 2011

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Economy in Crisis

It almost seems like a perfect storm — rising oil prices, massive failures on Wall Street, high unemployment, and a deeply divided Congress. No doubt about it, times are tough. Now more than ever it’s important that we understand the complexities of our economic situation.

This month’s programs from UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Davis Chancellor’s Colloquium and UCSB do just that with prominent guest speakers and renowned faculty sharing their perspectives on this most tumultuous time.

Cracking the Code: Creating Jobs in America (in the wake of globalization)

Aftershock: The Next Economy and America’s Future with Robert Reich

Oil & Money: The Twin Crises of 2010 (and how public policy can protect our vital interests) with Senator Bob Graham

Two-Track Recovery of the Global Economy with Laura Tyson

Simon Johnson: 13 Bankers – The Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown

Change Across the Educational Spectrum


From K-12 spending and institutional reform to righting wrongs from decades past, change in education is in the air, as evidenced by these latest UCTV programs.

Leading Organizational Change with Kevin Johnson and Michelle Rhee

Stanley Fish and Cary Nelson: Academic Freedom in a Time of Crisis

Honorary Degrees for WWII Internees

Piecing Together the Autism Puzzle

In 1998, six visionary families– five who have sons with autism– helped found the UC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute (Medical Investigation of Neurodevelopmental Disorders), a collaborative international research center committed to the awareness, understanding, prevention, care, and cure of neurodevelopmental disorders. Since 2004, they’ve shared the latest medical, educational and social research with UCTV’s audience, including this latest batch of programs.

Autism, Social Attention & Virtual Reality Treatment Applications for Higher Functioning Children with Autism

Children with Co-Occurring Developmental Diagnoses and Mental Health Disorders

Social Skills Training in High-Functioning Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Important Issues and Future Directions

Psychosocial and Biological Markers of Stress in the Lives of Mothers of Adolescents and Adults with Autism

The GAUTENA Program: Where the Welfare State Meets the Community of Persons with Autism


PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS (PACIFIC TIMES)

All programs repeat throughout the month. Visit the Program Schedule on our web site for additional air dates and times.

Health & Medicine

Your Immune System 101: Introduction to Clinical Immunology

Exploring the Frontiers of Cancer Research

Research on Aging: Individualizing Cancer Care

Health Matters: Safety of Childhood Vaccinations

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Science

CARTA: The Evolution of Human Altruism – Biology of Cooperation, Suppressing the”Free-Rider”, Social Ecology and Cooperation

Food, Energy and The Environment: Can We Feed the World and Save the Earth?

CARTA: “Little Foot”, Big Find – A Skeleton of Australopithecus

CARTA: African Origins of the Hominid Clade

IDEaS: A Half Century of Innovation and Intellect: Transforming Ideas into Nobel Breakthroughs

The Night Sky for the Classroom

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Public Affairs

Aftershock: The Next Economy and America’s Future with Robert Reich

Justice: Local and Global with Amartya Sen

Conversations With History: Negotiating Behavior with Richard Solomon

Conversations With History: The Military and the Iraq War with Thomas E. Ricks

Conversations With History: Nuclear Proliferation and the Lessons of the India-Pakistan Conflict

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Humanities

UCSD By Design: Charles Jencks

Panel Discussion with Joyce Carol Oates

Bruin Talk – May 2011 (1)

Up From the UnderStory: Revitalizing Rural California

Story Hour in the Library: Yiyun Li

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Arts & Music

La Jolla Symphony & Chorus: Prometheus, the Poem of Fire

Mexican Folkloric Dance: “Rafael Zamarripa’s Artistic Trademark”

UC Davis Symphony and Chorus: Bruckner – Te Deum and Rossini-Stabat Mater

more >>

Business

Reflections of a Green Business Pioneer with Yvon Chouinard

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New Online Videos and Podcasts

LeNoir – NMA Pediatric Lecture: Rare Diseases

30th Annual Review of the Presidency: Obama at Mid-Term – A Report Card

Mexico Moving Forward: Science and the Environment

Lytle Memorial Concert: The Naked Liszt

more videos and podcasts >>

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