ISAGA - International Simulation and Gaming Association ACACIA - Academia de Ciencias Administrativas, A. C. Impulsando el desarrollo de las Ciencias Administrativas La Academia de Ciencias Administrativas Tiene el objeto de contribuir a la superación del hombre, fomentando la ciencia, la tecnología y la enseñanza en los aspectos relativos a las Ciencias Administrativas y Sociales, estimulando la acción de quienes destacan en dichas disciplinas en la República Mexicana y en el ámbito mundial, para fomentar el progreso social mediante la investigación técnica y científica con sentido humanístico, propiciando así la solidaridad de los profesionales especializados en las distintas ramas de las Ciencias Administrativas y áreas del conocimiento relacionadas. Son miembros de ACACIA académicos de distintas Instituciones de Educación Superior (IES) de México, desde Baja California hasta Yucatán, también incorpora miembros de distintos países de Iberoamérica.
Ethos Ethos, a powerful new documentary hosted by Woody Harrelson, is an investigation into the flaws in our systems, and the mechanisms that work against democracy, our environment and the the common good. With a stunning depth of research and breadth of analysis, this film delves deep into the inter-connected worlds of Politics, Multi-National Corporations and the Media. Most of us have wondered at some point how we have arrived at a situation where democracy is touted as having created an equal society when all we see is injustice and corruption. Politicians openly deceive the public with the support of major corporations and the mainstream media. Wars are waged, the environment is destroyed and inequality is on the rise. But what is the source of these institutional mechanisms which - when we scratch the surface - are so clearly anti-democratic, so contradictory to the values we hold in common and yet so firmly embedded that they seem beyond discussion? Watch the full documentary now
ABSEL.org Strategic Management Society - Home U.S. Birth Rate Falls to a Record Low; Decline Is Greatest Among Immigrants By Gretchen Livingston and D’Vera Cohn The U.S. birth rate dipped in 2011 to the lowest ever recorded, led by a plunge in births to immigrant women since the onset of the Great Recession. The overall U.S. birth rate, which is the annual number of births per 1,000 women in the prime childbearing ages of 15 to 44, declined 8% from 2007 to 2010. The birth rate for U.S.-born women decreased 6% during these years, but the birth rate for foreign-born women plunged 14%—more than it had declined over the entire 1990-2007 period. The birth rate for Mexican immigrant women fell even more, by 23%. Final 2011 data are not available, but according to preliminary data from the National Center for Health Statistics, the overall birth rate in 2011 was 63.2 per 1,000 women of childbearing age. In addition to the birth rate decline, the number of U.S. births, which had been rising since 2002, fell abruptly after 2007—a decrease also led by immigrant women. Both foreign- and U.S. A majority of births to U.S.
Articles - Talent Management magazine The Business of Talent Management Aireal: Interactive Tactile Experiences in Free Air Disney Research, Pittsburgh AIREAL is a new low cost, highly scalable haptic technology that delivers expressive tactile sensations in mid air. AIREAL enables users to feel virtual objects, experience dynamically varying textures and receive feedback on full body gestures, all without requiring the user to wear a physical device. AIREAL is designed to use a vortex, a ring of air that can travel large distances while keeping its shape and speed. AIREAL is part of our long term vision for creating large-scale computer augmented environments which can deliver compelling interactive experiences seamlessly, everywhere and at anytime. [Press Release] Research Paper AIREAL: Interactive Tactile Experiences in Free Air Sodhi, R., Poupyrev, I., Glisson, M., and Israr, A. Demonstration Sodhi, R., Poupyrev, I., Glisson, M., Dauner, J. and Rothera, A. Team and Credits The AIREAL project has been developed at Disney Research Pittsburgh by Rajinder Sodhi, Ivan Poupyrev, Matthew Glisson and Ali Israr.
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