Tag Archives: education

Food Webs and Energy Pyramids: Bedrocks of Biodiversity

Captions are on! TO turn off, click the CC button at bottom right. Follow the amoebas on Twitter (@amoebasisters) and Facebook! When we were little, we loved nature shows. One reason was because we didn’t have cable and it was one of the few things we actually got a TV signal for that didn’t require… Read More »

Public hearing: Education and learning, Townsville – November 2019 – Day 4

COMMISSIONER SACKVILLE: Yes. Ms. Eastman. MS K. EASTMAN SC: If the Commission pleases, Ms Eastman. I appear for the Royal Commission as Counsel Assisting with Dr. Mellifont, and with Mr Fraser. COMMISSIONER SACKVILLE: Thank you, Ms. Eastman. MS EASTMAN: My task this morning is to deal with the evidence of Deborah Dunstone, if the Commission… Read More »

Focus: Ecology, Evolution and Behavior

Our Carnegie Designation definitely is the recognition of that achievement that we’ve been setting out to do, but it’s also incredibly motivating as we’ve laid the groundwork for a lot of these programs to just get started and then we can start to visualize even what might come next and so I think it’s both… Read More »

Robert Ellsberg and George Horton ’67 on “Dorothy Day: A Saint for Today”

– Few people could offer us better insight on Dorothy Day and her case for canonization than the two speakers I’m delighted to introduce to you today. Robert Ellsberg is editor-in-chief and publisher of Orbis Books, the publishing arm of the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, and leader in religious publishing. At age 19, Ellsberg dropped… Read More »

Disability Royal Commission – Townsville Hearing Day 1, 4 Nov 2019

COMMISSIONER SACKVILLE: This is an extremely important and significant day. It is the beginning of the first substantive hearing of this Royal Commission. I want, on behalf of the members of the Commission, to welcome everybody here, and those who are following these proceedings elsewhere, and particularly, of course, people from the disability community. We… Read More »

Disability Royal Commission – Townsville Hearing Day 2, 5 Nov 2019

COMMISSIONER SACKVILLE: Yes, Dr Mellifont. DR MELLIFONT: Yes. COMMISSIONER SACKVILLE: Just something I would like to say. I want to make a statement about privacy and confidentiality and then give a brief explanation as to why these matters are not as straightforward as might be thought. The statement is as follows: the Royal Commission understands… Read More »

I Still Don’t Think Slavery Has Been Lifted 02

history all of them how they came in the way when they became freakin can you talk this is slower read it’s more breathable okay I can say what I know off the top of my head a lot of in terms of my family a lot of slaves were brought from the western coast… Read More »