Easterday to Fund Ag Waste-Based Bioenergy Research at WSU Tri-Cities
RICHLAND, Wash. — A prominent agricultural family is giving $225,000 to support research being conducted in the Bioproducts, Sciences, and Engineering Laboratory at Washington State University Tri-Cities. Cody Easterday, president of the Pasco-based Easterday Ranches and Easterday Farms, announced the three-year pledge gift of $75,000 per year. For more on this story, follow this link http://wsunews.wsu.edu/pages/publications.asp?Action=Detail&PublicationID=21360&TypeID=1
Literature review: analysis of current research, theory and practice in partnership working to ident
This literature review was commissioned by the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA). It presents a summary and analysis of existing research into ITT partnership published between 2004 and 2009.
Developing research identities: effective mentoring for teacher educators
This resource is a summary of a paper presented at the British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference in September 2009. It outlines the findings of a small scale research project focussing on the developing research trajectories of six teacher educators and their mentors in two different higher education institutions, in order to identify effective mentoring practices and other forms of support as well as potential barriers to the development of a research identity.
Moving Robertson's Windmill
History hits the road when an iconic windmill moves to a new home. Hear the story behind Robertson's Windmill from Jim Horn, CW's Vice President of Research and Historical Interpretation.Author(s):
2.1 Your feelings about writing
Writing reports and assignments can be a daunting prospect. This unit is designed to help you develop the skills you need to write effectively for academic purposes. You will learn how to interpret questions and how to plan, structure and write your assignment or report.
Michael A. Young, CEO, Grady Health Systems - IMPACT
October 13 - IMPACT presents Michael A. Young, CEO, Grady Health Systems Michael A. Young brings more than 28 years of healthcare industry leadership to Grady Health System where he joined the health system as President/CEO on Sept. 2, 2008. Young began his career at Lancaster General Hospital & Health System in Lancaster, Penn. During his tenure there, Young built a new Women's Hospital, Orthopaedic Hospital and cutting-edge ambulatory services program. Most recently, Young was President and
Vernier Video Physics App for iOS
'Video Physics brings physics video analysis to iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Take a video of an object in motion, mark its position frame by frame, and set up the scale using a known distance. Video Physics then draws trajectory, position, and velocity graphs for the object. Share video, graphs and data via the Camera Roll, email, and iTunes. Open in Vernier Graphical Analysis for iPad or with your computer running Vernier's Logger Pro software. Open with Dropbox or Google Drive to store your da
Virtual Maths, Calculating the Volume of a Brick
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Judaism and Capitalism The Flying Dean 9.02 Brain Laboratory (MIT) A Truth Commission Goes Abroad: Liberian Transitional Justice in New York Financial Re-Engineering INSIDE OUT: Meet Janisse Patino-Martinez Nicolaas Bloembergen, Nobel Laureate, Speaks with Jerome V. Moloney Moving Robertson's Windmill Staying warm north of 65 References 9.63 Laboratory in Visual Cognition (MIT) 18.104 Seminar in Analysis: Applications to Number Theory (MIT)
The Lou Church Memorial Lecture. Recorded 9 March 2012 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. Includes an introduction by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. [47:23]
Dean Julie Hayes takes to the air during rehearsals of 'Peter Pan' at UMass Amherst. Dan Kondas of ZFX Flying Effects has been teaching the student cast and crew how to fly around the Rand Theater, in time for opening night Thursday April 10.
Consists of a series of hands-on laboratories designed to give students experience with common techniques for conducting neuroscience research. Included are sessions on anatomical, ablation, neurophysiological, and computer modeling techniques, and ways these techniques are used to study brain function. Each session consists of a brief quiz on assigned readings that provide background to the lab, a lecture that expands on the readings, and that week's laboratory. Lab reports required. Students r
Delivered by Dr. Jonny Steinberg, Author and Journalist; Visiting Fellow, African Studies Centre, University of Oxford. Part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series, Trinity 2010. Recorded 18 May 2010.
Like a contemporary “whodunit” with a global crime scene, the financial meltdown has left behind countless victims, and lots of pointing fingers. The reasons for the collapse are debated by this group of estimable economists, some of whom worry that without really understanding what happened, we are in for a repeat episode.
Meet Michigan State University senior communication major Janisse Patino-Martinez from Sunny Isles, Florida, who is featured in the MSU President's Report.
Nicolaas Bloembergen earned the 1981 Nobel Prize in Physics with research that forever changed the fields of astronomy, medicine, and telecommunications. In this 2010 interview with University of Arizona professor of mathematics and optical sciences Jerome V. Moloney, Bloembergen reminisces on his discoveries in laser spectroscopy and nonlinear optics. http://www.optics.arizona.edu/faculty/resumes/bloembergen.htm
History hits the road when an iconic windmill moves to a new home. Hear the story behind Robertson's Windmill from Jim Horn, CW's Vice President of Research and Historical Interpretation.
Under the direction of Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Paul Fazio, Master's of Applied Science student Sara Wyss explains the only university research project established to test materials for a new construction project in Nunavut. http://now.concordia.ca/what-we-do/research/20100913/staying-warm-north-of-65.php
9.63 teaches principles of experimental methods in human perception and cognition, including design and statistical analysis. The course combines lectures and hands-on experimental exercises and requires an independent experimental project. Some experience in programming is desirable. To foster improved writing and presentation skills in conducting and critiquing research in cognitive science, students are required to provide reports and give oral presentations of three team experiments. A fourt
18.104 is an undergraduate level seminar for mathematics majors. Students present and discuss subject matter taken from current journals or books. Instruction and practice in written and oral communication is provided. The topics vary from year to year. The topic for this term is Applications to Number Theory.
The Flying Dean
9.02 Brain Laboratory (MIT)
A Truth Commission Goes Abroad: Liberian Transitional Justice in New York
INSIDE OUT: Meet Janisse Patino-Martinez
Nicolaas Bloembergen, Nobel Laureate, Speaks with Jerome V. Moloney
Moving Robertson's Windmill
Staying warm north of 65
References 9.63 Laboratory in Visual Cognition (MIT) 18.104 Seminar in Analysis: Applications to Number Theory (MIT)
9.63 Laboratory in Visual Cognition (MIT)
18.104 Seminar in Analysis: Applications to Number Theory (MIT)