SMU law grad learns from, leans on her mother’s legacy
In the past few months, Cathryn “CC” Copeland Wood has experienced three shining moments: Getting married, earning a law degree and landing a position with a prestigious Dallas legal firm. But one accomplishment is even more special to her: Pulling off a wedding two weeks ahead of schedule in the unlikeliest of settings: MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. CC’s mission? Ensuring that her mother, who was fighting breast cancer, could be at her side for the wedding.
A Celebration of the Life of Allen Verhey
A Celebration of the Life of Allen Verhey Event will now be on March 4 at the same hour instead of March 3rd, due to weather.
Doelstellingen wetenschappelijk werk Dit leermiddel geeft de doelen weer van de hoofdstukken een en twee van het boek Wetenschappelijk Werk van Pelckmans. De bedoeling van dit overzicht is de leerlingen ondersteunen bij het studeren van de leerstof.
Dit leermiddel geeft de doelen weer van de hoofdstukken een en twee van het boek Wetenschappelijk Werk van Pelckmans.
De bedoeling van dit overzicht is de leerlingen ondersteunen bij het studeren van de leerstof.
Academic Perspectives/Panel Discussion
In this wide-ranging discussion, panelists seized on redesigning science education as a way of ensuring the success of systems biology. The first challenge lies in improving instruction in the earliest years. David Botstein said, “K-12 education has never been that great…(kids) don’t need to know everything in excruciatin
Fotografija je posneta v Škocjanski jami. Učencem jo lahko pokažemo pri pouku zemljepisa in tudi fizike pri obravnavanju širjenje svetlobe.,Photo taken in Škocjan Caves.
Six-sided snowflakes bloom in slow motion
Full story here: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25130 Watch in mesmerising detail as snowflakes appear to crystallise into unique beauties -- then discover the clever trick behind the high-speed video Correction: When this article was first published on 27 February 2014, it described the snowflakes as growing, rather than subliming in reverse motion.
Reading Framework for the 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress
This Reading Framework for the 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress sets forth the design of a test of reading comprehension. The exam requires students to read passages of written English text -- either literary or informational -- and to answer questions about what they have read. In some cases, the questions deal with facts in the text or vocabulary. In other cases, a complete answer requires a clear analysis or coherent argument supported by sound evidence from the text. This is
Terry Hodgkinson Inaugural Lecture
Terry has led the Regional Development Agency, Yorkshire Forward, as its Chair for seven years, overseeing the Agency in growing the economy of the Yorkshire and Humber region. He was honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2010 with the award of a CBE for services to business and regeneration and was recently appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant for West Yorkshire. He has recently launched his new business, entitled ‘Inspiration for Industry Education and Regeneration’. He holds a Visiting P
Professor Richard Compton talks about his research interests, plans and spin-out companies.
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught Autumn semester 2009 Infections are a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. The body fights infection through the functions of the immune system, whose power has been harnessed by the development of vaccination (immunisation). Suitable for study at: Undergraduate levels 1 and 2. Dr Ian Todd, School of Molecular Medical Sciences Dr Ian Todd is Associate Professor & Reader in Cellular Im
Showcase: Particle Therapy Cancer Research Institute
Showcase: Particle Therapy Cancer Research Institute
Private label share in a downturn Human Cloning and Human Rights: Promises and Perils The Glamorous Life of a TV Presenter - Arti Halai Healthy Body, Healthy Brain Jews from Dunayevtsy who were buried alive at the Demyankovtsy mine (1942) Democracy or Dictatorship? Emerging Political Crisis in Pakistan Meeting Standards with Our Documents Global Media System, Public Knowledge and Democracy Migration and Social Transformation
Nirmalya Kumar, Professor of Marketing, draws on his research to examine what happens to private label shares during recessions and how market share can be defended in challenging times
Ignore the noisy debate around cloning, Rudolf Jaenisch quietly insists, and instead look closely at the biology involved. First, note that there are two different kinds of cloning: reproductive cloning, the attempt to create an exact replica of a human being, which Jaenisch believes to be both biologically flawed and morall
Arti Halai is currently a Presenter for ITV1’s regional news output in the Midlands Central News. She also has her own training company and is a consultant and a trainer on presentation, media and communication skills. She has spent fifteen years working in both radio and television. She started her career working for BBC Radio WM as a reporter and presenter based at Pebble Mill in Birmingham where she covered a wide range of stories. She is a governor for Mathey Boulton College of Further and
Join some distinguished members of the Montreal Neurological Institute and McGill's Faculty of Medicine as they discuss the latest research on what goes on between our ears, including some tips on keeping your brain healthy.
Josef Kuperman, who was born in Dunayevtsy in 1919 and was living there during the war years, testifies that on May 8, 1942 the local Jews were taken to a collection point and, after a selection was carried out, were taken to the former phosphate mine near Demyankovtsy village, forced to undress, and then buried them alive by the Germans, who blew up the entrance to the mine. Kuperman recounts how he managed to escape but lost the members of his family and many other relatives. http://www.yadva
*Please note that due to a sudden change of venue, the beginning of this lecture is missing* Imran Khan is a member of the Pakistan parliament and Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice) which he established in 1997. He is also the founder of the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Lahore. Khan is thought of by many in the cricketing world as being one of the finest all rounders to play the game and led the Pakistan cricket team to victory at the
As an assessment activity at the end of a U.S. History survey course, provide students with copies of appropriate national, state and/or local curriculum standards and a list of all of the 100 Our Documents. Divide the class into groups of three or four and assign each group an equal number of the Our Documents. Ask students to conduct secondary research to correlate their Documents to the standards. Allow each group to present their findings orally to the class. The result will be a ready-made
Much of the world is moving towards the entertainment-centred, market-based media model of the United States. If this continues, we will enter a new era of political ignorance. James Curran is director of the Media Research Programme at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Growing interest in migration research reflects the politicisation of international migration but this could lead to policy-driven research, cut off from critical analysis. Stephen Castles is professor of migration and refugee studies, and director of the international migration institute at the University of Oxford.
Human Cloning and Human Rights: Promises and Perils
The Glamorous Life of a TV Presenter - Arti Halai
Healthy Body, Healthy Brain
Jews from Dunayevtsy who were buried alive at the Demyankovtsy mine (1942)
Democracy or Dictatorship? Emerging Political Crisis in Pakistan
Meeting Standards with Our Documents
Global Media System, Public Knowledge and Democracy
Migration and Social Transformation