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Alan Dashwood - Ending a Bad Marriage with a Messy Divorce – Is this the Future of the UK’s Relationship with the European Union?

This post is an abridged version of the 2015 Durham European Law Institute Annual Lecture, delivered by Professor Sir Alan Dashwood QC in Durham on 27 February 2015. 2,018 more words

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Workshop 1: Reflections from Jennifer

I was very pleased to participate in the ARHC  Beauty Demands workshop. Having read Women’s Studies at Masters levels, and now writing-up a PhD in feminist economy, it was an opportunity for me not only to consolidate my own research ideas, but also to explore new avenues and learn about areas of scholarship which I have yet to become familiar with. 133 more words

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Craig Allen's presentation about the application of "Holy Grails, diversification & risk management" in your FX systems

Last Thursday 5th of March we had Craig Allen as guest speaker of the FXStreet Sessions in Sydney. Craig Allen is currently a G10 FX trader at Deutsche Bank in Sydney where he focuses on algorithmic trading and risk management. 261 more words

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Facebook Launches Suicide Prevention Initiative

Facebook is partnering with suicide prevention organizations on a new tool to identify people in distress. Forefront research scientist Ursula Whiteside from Forefront and NowMattersNow… 11 more words

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Workshop 1: Reflections from Breana

The “Changing Understanding of Body Image” workshop offered me, as a graduate student, the opportunity to present my in-progress dissertation to not only a new audience, but also an exceptionally talented group of individuals from an array of disciplines. 143 more words

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"Mr. Baldwin, Guess what!"

In the middle of instruction I paused to gather my thoughts. One of my students took this as an opportunity to interject.

“Mr. Baldwin,” she said with a smile. 46 more words

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Dropped and Squashed

As usual I roamed my classroom, a computer lab setup in rows. No aisles. Just rows. Each row contains seating  for eight students and each student ssis on a chair that  swivels. 294 more words

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