Ken Hylander '80 URI Mechanical Engineering, SVP Delta Air Lines
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Landscape painter Alan Cotton talks at Bath - Alan Cotton
Alan Cotton, Honorary Professor of Art at the University of Bath, gives his inaugural lecture where he presents stories about people and places from his travels.
Reflections from Sylvia Chant and Inderpal Grewal [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Sylvia Chant, Professor Inderpal Grewal | In this Gender Institute 20th Anniversary Conference keynote, two distinguished scholars – Sylvia Chant and Inderpal Grewal – will reflect on the presence of gender from the unique intersection of social science and humanities perspectives. Sylvia Chant’s paper is entitled Feminisation of Poverty’: ‘Win-Win’, ‘Lose-Lose’… or Gains at the Margin? The ‘feminisation of poverty’ has enjoyed a prominent place in Gen
Auburn vs. Florida State (1956)
"The quick Auburn score stunned the frisky Floridians but did not knock them out. Even after Auburn punched across its second TD midway the third period, Coach Tom Nugent's forces came back more determined than ever and finally marched 65 yards for a tally of their own.The FSU crowd came to the Plains fresh from an upset victory over powerful Mississippi Southern and went all out in an effort to add Auburn to their list of conquests. The Plainsmen were hard pressed at times, but kept the game we
Auburn vs. Louisiana Tech (1947)
"With the first of six conference games just one week away, the tigers were forced to go all out to defeat a stubborn Louisiana Tech team in the annual "Homecoming" game. With the Tech Line playing the Plainsmen off their feet during the first half, some of 11,000 students and "old grads" watched the Voyles- coached eleven come back with two touchdowns in the last half to clinch the game. In the third quarter Billy Ball raced 45 yards for the first Tiger score, and onto the last play of the game
GSPH Fall 1994: Focus on: Improving the Health of the Community
Focus on: Improving the Health of the Community
Women buyers and sellers at the Opelika curb market
Caption: "Opelika curb market, opened May 1, 1926. Total sales to September 1, 1928 = $18,050.71." 1928.,JPEG from black-and-white photograph
Club boys camped near Tuskegee
Caption: "Macon County club boys camped at Vaughn's Mill near Tuskegee. Macon Co." August 12, 1925.,JPEG image from black-and-white photograph.
API Student Activities: Sewing and hatmaking, 1925
Caption: "Auburn students studying sewing and hat making.",JPEG from black and white photograph. Size: 1227 x 912 pixels.
American Inventions of the 1800s
The Industrial Revolution sparked a wave of American inventions including the telegraph and the steam boat are the subject of this two minute video. The importance of the Erie Canal is shown and how it make the Port of New York a major trading center.
Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Volume XX, Issue 3
CONTENTS: Archaeology Report No.1: Survey, Archaeology Report No.2: Ekron, Tel Miqne - Ekron: News Release, The Fall Public Lecture Series 1993: "The Nag Hammadi Codices and the New Testament," "These Stones Do Shout: The Archaeology of Ancient Churches in the Holy Land," "Judaism and Christianity in Graeco-Roman Alexandria," "Ekron of the Bible: The Rise and Fall of a Philistine City-State," and "An Evening in Israel", Archaeology Report No. 3: Sepphoris, The IQP Meets in Toronto
The "1OO-Year Flood"
This site describes how and when 100-year floods occur. It states that flood designations are based on statistical averages, not on the number of years between big floods. It also suggests that it would make more sense to refer to 100-year floods as 1-in-100 chance floods. This resource is a United States Geological Survey (USGS) Fact Sheet. It can be used in teaching quantitative skills.
Nelson Mandela - First Interview (1961) In this interview from May 1961, a 42 year-old Nelson Mandela gives his views on a multi-racial South Africa with equal opportunities and rights for all South Africans.
In this interview from May 1961, a 42 year-old Nelson Mandela gives his views on a multi-racial South Africa with equal opportunities and rights for all South Africans.
Lecture 28 - 11/29/2010
The Relationship Between the Five-Factor Model of Personality and Leadership Preferences for Initiat
This study seeks to further understand the influence of personality on preferred leadership style by investigating the relationship between the Ohio State Model of Leadership and the 5-factor model of personality. Archival data, consisting of scores on the NEO PI-R and Leadership Opinion Questionnaire, and demographic information (age, gender, education level, prior managerial experience) for 296 job applicants was analyzed. Conscientiousness, Extraversion, and Neuroticism were hypothesized to p
The Collaboration of Teacher/Artist Teams: A Qualitative Analysis of Selected Interpersonal Compone
Recent demands for academic accountability, as evidenced through standardized test scores, have left many school arts programs understaffed and vulnerable to budgetary constraints, particularly arts programs within poor urban and rural regions. For decades arts organizations have offered artist-in-residence programs as a way to supplement existing arts education programs. Currently, every state in the nation provides funding for outreach programs designed to bring “teaching artists” (TA) i
Whiteness and Resistance: Investigating Student Concepts of White Privilege in the Writing Classroom
Of the many identity issues that students face as they enter university writing courses—those of gender, class, age, and race—the issue of white privilege is one that is seldom addressed. In the predominately white Southern university where I teach, African American students make up 26% of the incoming freshman population, reflecting the racial demographics of the state. Although the visible majority, white students benefit from racial privilege that seems invisible, at least to them. I am i
Lecture 18 - 11/30/2010
Lecture 18 - 11/30/2010