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Work-Life Skills for the New World of Work 060722

“The only constant is change”. Yes, we know. That doesn’t make it always easy or pleasant! The last 2 years have brought fast, interconnected changes that we were not expecting.…

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Dr Jane Heinig Presents "Understanding Your Toddler"

Taking care of toddlers is a big challenge. Understanding key developmental changes that happen between 6 months and 3 years can make it a little easier. In this webinar, you will learn 6…

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Work-Life Skills for the New World of Work 051722

From the time of our very first breath until our last, the majority of individuals will experience various stressful situations and changes. As we go through times of change and high anxiety that…

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2022 UC Davis Nuts and Berries Conference - Dr. Barbara Shukitt-Hale

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HDE 131. Lecture 3.2 Coping

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Social Network

The Human Spark

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Storer Lecture - Erich Jarvis - April 25, 2022

"Sequencing Genomes of all Species for a New Era of Biology" by Erich Jarvis, Rockefeller University Speaker: Erich Jarvis, Laboratory of Neurogenetics of Language, Rockefeller…

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Storer Lecture - Erich Jarvis - April 26, 2022

"Evolution and Mechanism of Brain Pathways for Vocal Learning and Spoken Language" by Erich Jarvis, Rockefeller University Erich Jarvis, Ph.D. – Using innovative research techniques…

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Work-Life Skills for the New World of Work 040522

One positive result of a global pandemic has been a deeper examination of how we want to spend our time on earth, and the role of work and career in that reimagining. The relationship between work…

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Neuromorphic Computing with Optoelectronic Neurons - Luis El Srouji

As transistor scaling trends in VLSI and von Neumann computing begin to slow down, many look to distributed computing techniques as an avenue for further improvements in computing capacity.…

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Elizabeth Prado IGN Seminar 2.16.22

Maternal Depression is the Predominant Persistent Risk for Child Cognitive and Social-Emotional Problems From Early Childhood to Pre-Adolescence: A Longitudinal Cohort Study

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HDE 104 Lecture recording - November 16th 2021, 12:15:44 pm

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BMEGG Virtual Information Session

Virtual Information Session for the Graduate Program in Biomedical Engineering including: Graduate program overview, student involvement and support with BESA, 4 faculty talks (Profs. Kent Leach,…

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HDE 104 Lecture recording - October 28th 2021, 12:15:09 pm

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HDE 104 Lecture recording - October 5th 2021, 12:10:19 pm

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Working Hard to Let Go

WorkLife Resilience Series - Working Hard to Let Go

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