Albert Kahn Associates records: 1825-2014 (bulk 1900-1945)
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2010 [subseries]
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Role of investors in meltdown 1/5/2010
(Professor Tyler Shumway examines ways in which individual investors impacted and reacted to the economic meltdown. His assessment shatters some popular myths and attitudes.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Christmas Day (2009) Airplane bombing attempt 1/10/2010
(Law professor Julian Davis Mortenson discusses the legal issues facing the alleged airplane bomber.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Women on board 2/10/2010
(Public companies in Norway have been negatively effected by a recent law requiring corporate boards to have female membership of at least 40 percent---but not because of gender.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Equality is not a reality 3/3/2010
(Professor Susan Douglas says women have not gained full equality, which is the opposite of what media images tend to show.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Saturn: Swimming in water 3/11/2010
(A conversation with Tamas Gombosi, chair of the Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, about what the Cassini spacecraft has taught scientists about Saturn's space environment.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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State officials get low marks 3/20/2010
(Michigan's local government leaders expressed an alarming lack of trust in state government leaders in Lansing and significant dissatisfaction with their job performance. This distrust raises questions about the ability of state-level officials to produce policy solutions that depend on local implementation.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Primary-care reforms urged 3/23/2010
(Joanne Pohl, a professor of nursing at the School of Nursing, served on a health care panel that issued sweeping recommendations that included increasing the number of primary-care providers, which include general-practice physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Ban on texting while driving 4/12/2010
(Dr. Paul Green of Driver Interface Group at the University of Michigan discusses banning texting while driving in Michigan.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Empathy in College Students 5/25/2010
(Research shows that today's college students are less empathic than students were before 2000.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Women wed young when scarce 6/8/2010
(When men outnumber women, the women tend to marry younger and men engage in riskier, more aggressive behavior.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Pro sports is a global force 6/8/2010
(Sports has become a global force. Soccer, however, is not as popular in the United States, which prefers football, baseball, basketball and hockey.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Modern form of slavery. (2010) 6/9/2010 (.mp3 file) [view item]
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OIC: mor teens lov 2 txt 6/11/2010
(Interview with University of Michigan assistant professor Scott Campbell about the usage of cell phones by teens.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Parasites visit Bio Station 6/14/2010
(U-M alumni Sharon Shattuck talks about her short documentary Parasites: A User's Guide that she shot at the U-M Biological Station.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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A diversity of grief 7/7/2010
(Research reveals significant differences in grieving among Black, white and Hispanic caregivers of Alzheimer's patients.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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A shift in Made in China 7/22/2010
(China expert Mary Gallagher talks about the impact of migrant workers going on strike to increase wage and to improve working conditions in Chinese manufacturing companies.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Homework wars 8/16/2010
(U-M research suggests a new tactic that parents can use to increase the odds children will actually do their homework without engaging in all-out battles.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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U.S. poverty rising again 9/13/2010
(Sheldon Danziger, director of the National Poverty Center at U-M, says poverty levels will exceed 15 percent -- which translates to more than 45 million people.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Keeping employees healthy 10/10/2010
(Workplace wellness plans work best when they include all workers, not just those who are already sick.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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New drug target for TB 10/17/2010
(Interview with Oleg Tsodikov about what this discovery means in the fight to cure tuberculosis.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Friends with mental benefits 10/26/2010
(Friendly conversations improve mental functioning, but competitive encounters do not.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Vitamin D controversy ongoing 10/31/2010
(The debate continues over how much vitamin D we really need. New research shows that lack of Vitamin D in kids is linked to weight gain.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Cloud computing for business 11/2/2010
(In a new study, U-M business professor M. S. Krishnan says that cloud computing helps small businesses.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Which city do you live in? 11/9/2010
(Christopher Peterson's new study shows that some cities are high on heart strengths and some rank high on head strengths.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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Seniors seek bankruptcy help 11/18/2010
(Rather than negotiate better terms with creditors or ask for help from family and friends, elder Americans prefer to file for bankruptcy protection.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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BPA may affect immune system 11/29/2010
(New study from University of Michigan School of Public Health shows that common chemicals may adversely affect our immune system.) (.mp3 file) [view item]
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New supply chain dynamics 12/23/2010
(Professor William Lovejoy explains that relationships of modern manufacturers with large, complex supply chains are constantly evolving.) (.mp3 file) [view item]