Campus Conversations: David Robinson, Chief Campus Counsel

Campus Conversations: David Robinson, Chief Campus Counsel

– I want to welcome everybody to this edition of Campus Conversation. I’m Dan Mogulof from the campus Office of Communications and Public Affairs. I’m really pleased to welcome a good friend and colleague, David Robinson, chief campus counsel. As usual, questions are more than welcome. They’re desired and requested. If you know already questions […]

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Universal Credit contributing to child poverty

Universal Credit contributing to child poverty

I’m very concerned about the impact of Universal Credit on already vulnerable people. We are seeing statistics that suggest that people on Universal Credit have rent arrears two and a half times those still on housing benefit, the delays built into Universal Credit, the additional delays from the problems in the system are making life […]

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POWDER-RENEW Project

POWDER-RENEW Project

[MUSIC PLAYING] The next generation of internet, the way it is being envisioned would actually connect everything to the internet. Could be our cars, drones, AR, VR, and the list goes on. But the problem is how do we invent the next-generation internet? The main aim for this project is to build a testbed which […]

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Is Now a Good Time to BUY A HOUSE?

Is Now a Good Time to BUY A HOUSE?

Is now a good time to buy a house? Maybe you’re not sure and you think you should wait. Well let’s talk about it right now! Hi everyone I’m Casey Serafino-Lee, Realtor to the San Francisco East Bay. Let me start off by asking you to hit that subscribe button below and ring the bell […]

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Brain Development and Poverty in Early Life

Brain Development and Poverty in Early Life

In my current research we are looking at links between experiences related to poverty in earlier childhood, middle childhood, early adolescence, and how those experiences relate to how the brain responds to different cues in the environment and at that time. We’re then trying to see how those patterns of brain function that are particularly […]

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