• How to Add or Withdraw Programs in Your Submitted 105 Application (OUAC)
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    How to Add or Withdraw Programs in Your Submitted 105 Application (OUAC)

    Hello welcome back to the Ontario Universities Application Centre or OUAC. This video tutorial will walk you through the steps of making changes to your program choices, in your submitted application. During the application period, you can access your application to change information, including your program choices. However, keep in mind some universities may not accept changes past a certain date. Check the university’s own information to determine if they have any program specific deadlines. To begin, click the “Choices Offers” link. Here you can add or withdraw programs, or change the details of the programs you applied to. To withdraw a choice, click “Withdraw Choice” in the column beside…

  • MOOC | The Lecompton Constitution | The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1861 | 1.7.6
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    MOOC | The Lecompton Constitution | The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1861 | 1.7.6

    >>The political geography in Kansas is utterly confusing. They have election after election. Some of them the pro slavery people vote. Some of them the others vote. But the real battle is going on in Congress. The administration 1858 decides we’re going to push this through Congress. We’re going to admit Kansas as a slave state under this Lecompton Constitution which has been approved by the voters in a referendum which the Free State people did not take part in. They said it’s an illegitimate referendum. It’s being put forward by an illegitimate body and we are not voting in this referendum. Northern democrats were put in a tremendous dilemma…

  • Del Mar College Constitution Day Lecture
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    Del Mar College Constitution Day Lecture

    – This is Constitution Day. And welcome. Why are we here? Well, what is Constitution Day? Pretty obvious question. But it commemorates the formation and signing of the United States Constitution by the Founding Fathers this very day in 1787. And it also is aimed at recognizing those people who are born in the United States and like myself by naturalization who have become citizens. So everyone by themselves celebrate being a citizen. I’m a two-year citizen. So this is almost to the day that I’ve been two years down the road of being a U.S. citizen. Why are we having the event? Well, we can thank the late Senator…

  • Re-imagining Australia: human rights for everyone – Prof Gillian Triggs | Lecture Curtin University
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    Re-imagining Australia: human rights for everyone – Prof Gillian Triggs | Lecture Curtin University

    >>Prof Terry: I welcome everybody to Curtin University’s Inaugural Human Rights Lecture. We are honoured tonight that this important lecture will be delivered by the inspirational Gillian Triggs, and I think a person who we would all agree has so impressively taken on her important role without fear or favour. As Professor Triggs will discuss later, education plays an absolutely key role in re-imagining Australia where human rights are fully realised and enjoyed by all. Indeed, this annual lecture was established to encourage a strong human rights culture both within and outside our university. The responsibility we all share in this respect I think has been beautifully captured in some…

  • A Conversation on Conservative Politics with Senator Jeff Flake
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    A Conversation on Conservative Politics with Senator Jeff Flake

    – Good evening, and thank you for coming. My name is Amelia Irvin, and I’m a junior in the college from Phoenix, Arizona. I am the president of Love Saxa, a group that defends healthy relationships and traditional marriage, and the co-president of the Network of Enlightened Women, a conservative women’s group. I’ve attended loads of GU politics events, and I’m so excited to see them reaching across the aisle to host a wonderful pro-life Republican like Senator Jeff Flake. Please use the hashtag #FlakeAtGU to engage online with tonight’s event. Tonight’s discussion will be moderated by Mo Elleithee, the founding Executive Director of GU politics. Before launching the institute…

  • Father of student accused of rape defends due process
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    Father of student accused of rape defends due process

    >>FORMER DEMOCRATIC OPERATIVE AND YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT DEPOSING THE PRESIDENT, THAT SOUNDS POLITICAL.>>IT SOUNDS RIGHTEOUS.>>HOW SO?>>BECAUSE MY CLIENT IS CREDIBLE, SHE’S TELLING THE TRUTH.>>MY UNDERSTANDING THAT DR. FORD HAS ALREADY PASSED A LIE DETECTOR TEST. IF THERE IS NO NEED TO GO FORWARD WITH THIS NOMINATION AT THIS STAGE.>>I DON’T THINK THERE’S ANYTHING WRONG WITH CALLING OUT PEOPLE THAT LOOK LIKE ME FOR NOT DOING ENOUGH TO DEFEND WOMEN AND MINORITIES AND PEOPLE OF COLOR AND I’M GOING TO CONTINUE TO DO THAT.>>Martha: NOW THAT MICHAEL AVENATTI HAS BEEN ACCUSED HIMSELF OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, HE IS A BIG FAN OF DUE PROCESS FOR BOTH SIDES. WOMEN INCLUDING HIS EX-WIFE HAD…

  • How to View and Respond to Ontario University Offers of Admission (OUAC 105 Application)
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    How to View and Respond to Ontario University Offers of Admission (OUAC 105 Application)

    Hello, welcome back to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre, or OUAC website. This video tutorial will show you how to check if you have received any offers of admissions from an Ontario university, and how to accept or decline their offer. Today we will be demonstrating using the Undergrad 105 Application. To begin, login to your account using the username and password you set up when you created your OUAC profile. To view whether you have received any offers of admission, click the “Choices Offers” link. University offers of admission will be displayed in the “Offers of Admission” column To view the details of an offer and/or to respond to…

  • A Conversation About Research Ethics
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    A Conversation About Research Ethics

    Hi my name is James Arvanitakis. I’m the Dean of the Graduate Research School here at Western Sydney University. Welcome to our videos on ethical research. In this Part 1 we look at ethics as a process and some of the philosophical approaches you need to take. My name is Dr Tinashe Dune and i’m a lecturer in interprofessional health sciences and my research focuses on cultural diversity, marginalization and sexual and reproductive health, so the intersections between all of those things put together and how that influences health outcomes for people across Australia and across the world. So my research area is genetics and molecular biology and I do…

  • Universities Limit Free Speech | Constitution Corner
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    Universities Limit Free Speech | Constitution Corner

    you are not allowed according to the Michigan State University handbook on employee relations you are not allowed to use the word but to challenge any speaker for any reason the word butt is too confrontational and it is itself a microaggression I’m dr. Duke and this is Constitution corner and every week unconstitution corner we like to talk not so much about the specifics of the Constitution that will come up organically but talk about real-world situations in this country of ours where the Constitution is helpful or forgotten or under assault and today is no different it is late its early September and university campuses are beginning to…