eCHEM 1A: Online General Chemistry
College of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
Curriculum and ChemQuizzes developed by Dr. Mark Kubinec and Professor Alexander Pines
Chemical Demonstrations by Lonnie Martin
Video Production by Jon Schainker and Scott Vento
Developed with the support of The Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation
Comprehending and examining the evolving public roles of leading public and private universities in both Chile and the California, and seeking a comparative analysis among the selected Chilean and California universities, with attention to global trends.
Identifying best practices and policies related to expanding the public role of universities in areas such as supporting socio-economic mobility, community service, technology transfer and regional/national economic development.
Generating a policy framework to help expand the public role of universities Chile and possibly for other South American countries in the midst of bolstering their higher education systems.
Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes attorney Frederick S. Wyle, a Pentagon official in the Kennedy administration, for a discussion of nuclear weapons policy in Europe during the Cold War. Reflecting on his role as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense in the McNamara Pentagon, Wyle also compares threat perception then with the current response to terrorism. He analyzes the delicate balance that must be found under our constitutional system to adjust to exigent circumstances while preserving the rule of law and civil liberties.