SFU Pipe Band at New York's Lincoln Center
The Simon Fraser University Pipe Band celebrates its 30th anniversary with a concert at New York City's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, recording as its 12th CD.
Testing Solutions for a System of Inequalities
Testing Solutions for a System of Inequalities-From Khan Academy (1:15)
Breakingviews: Berkshire shareholders react to 'Buffett Rule'
Breakingviews columnist Agnes Crane discusses how Berkshire Hathaway shareholders expressed concern at the annual meeting over Warren Buffett's move into the political arena with the 'Buffett Rule'.
Job Play: Lighting Designer (Interactive)
Students will play the role of a lighting designer to understand that the lighting designer creates stage lighting for performances and that one needs to understand how the electrical components are connected. This animated interactive job exploration experience connects schoolwork with real work and familiarizes students with skills needed to become a lighting designer for the theater.
Portuguese studies review
The PSR is a peer reviewed journal devoted to promoting interdisciplinary scholarly study of the countries, regions, and communities that share, build on, or are transforming a Portuguese or Brazilian legacy. The PSR promotes a critical understanding of the historical and current evolution of political, economic, social and cultural networks incorporating Portugal, Brazil, and other lusophone countries. The journal, launched in 1991 by Trent University (Ontario, Canada) is published biannually,
The Challenges of Engaged Development in Brazil: Homage to Albert Hirschman and Oscar Niemeyer [Audi
Speaker(s): João Carlos Ferraz | An overarching sense of uncertainty prevails in the second decade of the 21st century, as dramatic changes sweep most aspects of life in every corner of the planet. This lecture will attempt to discuss the constitutive elements of the uncertainties we live with and their associated challenges. These should compose the boundaries of the debate about what development is, or should be, in the 21st century. The recent economic, social and political evolution of Braz
STS.330J History and Anthropology of Medicine and Biology (MIT)
This course explores recent historical and anthropological approaches to the study of life, in both medicine and biology. After grounding our conversation in accounts of natural history and medicine that predate the rise of biology as a discipline, we explore modes of theorizing historical and contemporary bioscience. Drawing on the work of historian William Coleman, we examine the forms, functions, and transformations of biological and medical objects of study. Along the way we treat the histor
Upper Intermediate S5 #10 - A Sightseeing Trip to a Japanese…Factory
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! When you don’t want to answer your parents’ questions about your grades during your study in Japan, you tell them that you’re doing well in certain aspects of your Japanese courses. Of course, your parents pick up on the fact that you’re hedging the question, and they ask you about how [...]
Do Lectures: Why Can't a Role Model Come in a Bottle
They can be small Do’s or big Do’s or just extraordinary Do’s. But when you listen to the story of, why can’t a role model come in a bottle? This is what drives Method to make the lowest impact cleaning products you can buy. Adam Lowry, Method’s ‘Chief Greens Keeper’ .
These speeches light a fire in your belly to go and Do your thing, your
passion, the thing that sits in the back of your head each day, just
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Countdown to TechEd Europe 2012: The Center of IT Get a glimpse at what it is like to be at the Center of IT this June in Amsterdam! One of the top reasons delegates attend TechEd Europe is the networking opportunities. Denise (@teched_europe) stops by to talk about some of the networking opportunities you will have at this year's event: the Delegate Party at the Amsterdam ArenA on Wednesday 27 June and in the Connect Lounge with Channel 9 Live, PASS, the MVP Program, Microsoft C
Get a glimpse at what it is like to be at the Center of IT this June in Amsterdam! One of the top reasons delegates attend TechEd Europe is the networking opportunities. Denise (@teched_europe) stops by to talk about some of the networking opportunities you will have at this year's event: the Delegate Party at the Amsterdam ArenA on Wednesday 27 June and in the Connect Lounge with Channel 9 Live, PASS, the MVP Program, Microsoft C
SDSU Geological Sciences - Thesis Defense - Taylor Carrasco
By: tcarrasc Geometry and Morphology of Cracks in Saprock: Implications for Ground Shaking Taylor Carrasco B.S. Candidate Department of Geological Sciences San Diego State University Advisors Dr. Gary Girty -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ABSTRACT Lying between the Elsinore and San Jacinto faults is a band of precariously balanced rocks first identified by J. Brune and colleagues. Peak accelerations during ground shaking events on the San Jacin
LC iPad High School
Earth Day Rap
salada de frutas
ISS Update - May 10, 2012
The International Space Station video update for May 10, 2012.
Scientists and researchers from the University of Washington recently took part in the world's largest-ever study of Alzheimer's Disease - involving 74,000 subjects in 15 countries. Thanks in part to the work done by the UW, that study made significant strides toward identifying a more effective treatment - and perhaps eventually a cure - for the disease. uwtv.org/uw360 01/23/2014
Oceanus sailing the Panama Canal
Oregon State University's new research vessel, Oceanus, recently sailed from Woods Hole, MA to Newport, OR. En route, the ship crossed the Panama Canal during a 28-day voyage and now docks at OSU's Hatfield Marine Science Center.
Eric Weber Recipient of 2012 Frist Faculty Award.
Video by Mary Stanton.