It’s thursday again, time to start cooking! As you can see i’m in Hatert once again. Today, i will be cooking with Janet. She is a roommate from Lila, from the first episode. And this time, we’re going to make a dessert. So Janet, here i am, once again in Hatert. But with somebody else. […]

Apple CEO Tim Cook Explains His Three Focuses

– When I became Dean, one of the first conversations I had was with you, and you told me that I needed to focus on at most three things. When you think about your job as CEO, what are the two or three things that you’re thinking about every day, “This is what I need […]

IAMUWM: Sequoia Baker

Hi! My name is Sequoia Baker and I’m double majoring in political science and journalism, advertising and media studies. We really have a very unique experience at UWM. The availability of internships around UWM and Milwaukee is incredible. Because we’re in a big city, we’re able to gain connections with these organizations, non-profits and small […]

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Ethical Leadership

– You have a very strong ethical compass and so it’s kind of a two-part question, which is: Where does that come from, how is it that you’ve found your ethical compass and have such strong convictions and the other thing is I’d like you to tell us what ethical leadership really means to you? […]

Outstanding Graduate 2019: Madison Baker

My name is Madison Baker. I’m from Grandville Michigan. My major is in Elementary Education and I will be graduating this spring. So when I was growing up I used to make my little brother play school with me. The poor kid! I would make him do worksheets that I created myself and I would […]

A Short History of Tea in English Homes.wmv

Drinking tea is often seen as a very English tradition but for most of history this is not the case. Before tea came to England it already had a long history in China where people have been drinking for over four thousand years. When tea arrived in English home in the late 1600s, it was […]

Apple CEO Tim Cook on the Importance of Writing Your Own Rules

– [Student] My question is when should we listen to our professors (laughing and crowd applauding) and when’s it okay to, you know, break the rules? – It’s a really good question. I think you should rarely follow the rules. I think you should write the rules. I think if you do follow things in […]

Curtin Rethinks Seafood ‘Waste’ | Curtin research

Dr Janet Howieson: Up to 70% of the seafood catch is not used as food. This amounts to over 10,000 tonnes per year of so-called ‘waste’ in Australia alone. Not only is this an environmental and economic cost, but it may also be a lost commercial opportunity. Voice Over: Curtin’s Centre of Excellence for Science, […]

The Bard College Farm

♪ ♪ ♪ [Carter Vanderbilt:] Without student interest the farm never would have happened. A number of students got together and basically tabled for three weeks to get not just the money for the project but also to demonstrate that this was a thing that students really were backing and really wanted to happen at […]

Baker College Cyber Defense Club 2019

Well its really a community of students learning You know they come in here on their own as you can see the room is packed they come in here on the weekends and during the weeknights to learn cyber defense so these are very complicated problems they are working on and they have the perseverance […]