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Webinar "Human-Friendly Performance Management: Goal Setting and Performance Reviews without the Pain"

Everyone agrees that the traditional annual performance appraisal is ineffective. It produces unreliable performance documentation at best and the humans involved hate the process – employees, managers, and HR alike.

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POP UP SEMINAR! "Violence in American History", Susannah Hopson

History at Hull is holding a pop up seminar on Wednesday 14th December, 1pm, in the Library Teaching Room 1. It will take the form of an assessment of Ned Blackhawk’s award-winning book “Violence Over the Land: Indians and Empires in the Early American West” (Harvard, 2006). 137 more words


Watch: Rod Serling Award Honoring Kenya Barris Nov 16th 2016


There are weapons that are simply thoughts, attitudes, prejudices, to be found only in the minds of men. For the record, prejudices can kill and suspicion can destroy; and a thoughtless, frightened search for a scapegoat has a fallout all of its own for the children, and the children yet unborn. 18 more words

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How to develop a career in the Environmental Humanities

As part of the Global Ecologies – Local Impacts conference at University of Sydney, myself and my fellow ASLEC-ANZ postgraduate representative, Emma Davies, convened a workshop for postgraduate students and early career researchers on ‘Pathways in the Environmental Humanities’. 781 more words

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Student Seminar! "The Lady of the House: Female Collectors in the Eighteenth Century", Lizzie Rogers

As part of the History seminar series, this Thursday 1st December at 4pm in Larkin Seminar Room 154, Lizzie Rogers will be leading a seminar on… 36 more words


Global Ecologies - Local Impacts conference

It was wonderful to be a part of the Global Ecologies – Local Impacts conference at University of Sydney last week, co-hosted by ASLEC-ANZ and… 553 more words

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IC Event: Making Sense of the World: Why Discourse Matters and Why Discourse Must Now be Global. A talk by Atul Singh - Tuesday, November 29, 6:30pm in CNS 112.

From Ithaca College Intercom:

Atul Singh is the Founder, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Fair Observer (fairobserver.com). He teaches Political Economy at the University of California, Berkeley and at the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar where he also teaches World History. 350 more words

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