microdev4_part Professor Leo Feler
A Kid's History of the Ukulele
Meet John Ramsey, the owner of Palm Tree Ukuleles, and learn about the origins of the ukelele, how they are made, and ways to learn to play the instrument in this video. ( 6:09)
Students learn how viruses invade host cells and hijack the hosts' cell-reproduction mechanisms in order to make new viruses, which can in turn attack additional host cells. Students also learn how the immune system responds to a viral invasion, eventually defeating the viruses -- if all goes well. Finally, they consider the special case of HIV, in which the virus' host cell is a key component of the immune system itself, severely crippling it and ultimately leading to AIDS. The associated activ
Obama must match word & deed to restore confidence: Suskind
Sept. 30 - "Confidence Men" author Ron Suskind says that polling data shows that the drop in President Barack Obama's approval rating coincides with the gap between his rhetoric and the accomplishment of deeds.
U.S. Week Ahead: September jobs report may show modest rise
Sept. 30 - Reuters Economics Editor Stella Dawson says expect the numbers in Friday's jobs report to be supplemented by the return of the 45,000 striking Verizon workers.
Olympic hopeful gets jump start
Sept. 29 - English long jump champion and Olympic hopeful JJ Jegede succeeds in jumping over three parked minis. Sharon Reich reports.
Recession watch in the U.S.
Sep 29 - The latest economic report offers encouraging signs that the U.S. economy may avoid a second recession, but overseas pressures continue to weigh on the U.S. Jill Bennett reports.
Wall St. rallies in wild ride
Sep 29 - Summary of business headlines: Wall Street ends mostly higher in volatile trade; Second-quarter growth figures revised up; Survey of business leaders show sentiment fell sharply last quarter; Chinese companies who trade on U.S. exchanges are probed for accounting fraud. Conway G. Gittens reports.
At least two killed in Iraq blast
Sept 29 - At least two people are killed and 36 wounded as a bomb explodes in the Iraqi city of Kirkuk. Lily Grimes reports.
PSYC 224-01, Psychological Disorders, Spring 2005
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.,This course is intended as an overview of psychopathology, the study of maladaptive or abnormal behavior. Issues of definition, historical and scientific trends, current paradigms, assessment and diagnosis, and research methods will be addressed. Additional focus will be spent examining the major types of abnormal behavior in the context of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disord
The Fed's Long Shot Last week the Fed announced "Operation Twist," in which the central bank will buy $400 billion of longer-dated Treasury securities while selling the same amount of shorter-dated Treasuries. This episode epitomizes everything that is wrong with the modern, statist view of money.
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Last week the Fed announced "Operation Twist," in which the central bank will buy $400 billion of longer-dated Treasury securities while selling the same amount of shorter-dated Treasuries. This episode epitomizes everything that is wrong with the modern, statist view of money.
Mentoring and Basic Mentoring Skills - A Module Summary (FINAL)
Summary of module resources, with links
The Mentoring Process - A Module Summary
The Mentoring Process - A Module Summary, with links to each of the resources.
Modelling Excellence - A Module Summary
Modelling Excellence, a module summary, with links to all the resources.
PG 191 - 199 SANFORD AND SCOTT'S JUNIOR LATIN READER
Morgan Stanley boasts profit
Oct 19 - Summary of business headlines: Morgan Stanley swings to a profit but AMR posts a wider-than-expected quarterly loss; Consumer prices tame in U.S., housing construction heats up. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, President of Sierra Leone Speaks at Notre Dame
The President of the Republic of Sierra Leone gave a lecture titled "Faith, Tolerance, and Progress" in the Decio Mainstage Theatre of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on September 27, 2011. President Koroma was introduced by University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C.. The address was followed by a question and answer session, moderated by Assistant Professor of Anthropology Catherine Bolten.