The David and Lyn Silfen University Forum, 2012.mp4
Is America Broken? At the 2012 David and Lyn Silfen University Forum, Penn President Amy Gutmann led a lively and far-reaching conversation with a panel of political experts that touched on unemployment, national healthcare policy, campaign finance reform, and the seemingly irreparable political polarization of American voters. To frame the discussion, Gutmann asked the question: "Is America broken?" to Charles Blow, columnist for The New York Times; Penn alumnus Edward G. Rendell, former Penn
Listening to global women's voices: Reflections on interfaith dialogue - Ursula King
Professor Ursula King talks about how women across the world are reinterpreting their religious traditions through dialogue with people from different faiths.
The Hidden Universe - Glen Patrick
Dr Glen Patrick of Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxford, talks about how its possible to probe the hidden universe and what particle physics can tell us about it's secrets.
Mr. Corbin Klett's Student Reflection Speech at Georgia Tech
Corbin Klett, a bachelor's student in Aerospace Engineering and a member of Georgia Tech's 2012 graduating class, was selected from the student body to provide the reflection at the Institute's 242nd
10 Facts About Presidents' Day
In 1885, President Chester Arthur signed a bill making George Washington's Birthday a Federal holiday, and in February of 1971, Richard Nixon declared Presidents' Day as a day to recognize all U.S. Presidents. Watch this video to learn more about George Washington and Presidents' Day.
Take 5 with Octavia Spencer
Actress and Montgomery native Octavia Spencer is the sixth of seven siblings with a passion for the film industry. After graduating from Jefferson Davis High School in 1988, she attended Auburn and earned a bachelor's degree in liberal arts in 1994. She began her professional acting career in 1996, portraying a nurse in the movie "A Time to Kill," but is best known for her recent role as Minny Jackson in the 2011 film "The Help." Her role as Minny won her many accolades including an Academy Awar
France A. Córdova Retrospective 2007-2012
A retrospective video featuring highlights from France Cordova's presidency and noteworthy events at Purdue during 2007-2012. http://www.purdue.edu/president/speeches/sotu2012/index.html
The complete contents of this algebra textbook are available here online. This text is suitable for high-school Algebra I, preparing for the GED, a refresher for college students who need help preparing for college-level mathematics, or for anyone who wants to learn introductory algebra. I am especially pleased to help homeschoolers. Includes a graphing applet, a prime factorization machine, and a prime number list. Brennan uses inserts to answer common questions as the lesson goes on, helping t
Reading Recovery Professional Development
Learn how Reading Recovery professional development ensures that the Reading Recovery program and teachers stay releveant and effective.
Learn About Saint Patrick's Day
In this video clip, from WatchMojo.com, learn about the tradition behind Saint Patrick's Day, celebrated in Ireland and around the world on March 17. (1:03)
IFSI Limoges 2011 – Les processus traumatiques abdominaux. (Vidéo) Titre : IFSI Limoges 2011 – Les processus traumatiques abdominaux.
Auteur : Juvénal Thiare ABITA (CHU de Limoges).
Résumé : UE 2.4 Les processus traumatiques abdominaux.
L’auteur n’a pas transmis de conflit d’intérêt concernant les données diffusées dans cette vidéo ou publiées dans la référence citée.
Conférence enregistrée lors du cours de l’Institut ...
Titre : IFSI Limoges 2011 – Les processus traumatiques abdominaux.
Job Interviews is one of several Futures workbooks which help students choose and prepare for their careers. Like the other workbooks in the series you can dip in and out doing the exercises which are most relevant to you. You might want to include the exercises or the output in your personal development plan or e-portfolio. Interviews are still the most commonly used method for assessing a person’s suitability for a job. In the UK 99 per cent of employers use selection interviews to recruit
Transforming the IT Function through Increased Transparenc
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Nebulosas (The History Channel) - parte 3 de 5
Las nebulosas son misteriosas nubes de gas que no están clasificadas como estrellas, planetas, lunas o asteroides. Los astrónomos usan las técnicas más sofisticadas para poder observarlas, ya que son prácticamente invisibles a simple vista. Poco menos que asombrosas, las nebulosas emiten, reflejan u oscurecen la luz de la galaxia mediante increíbles espirales de color. Las nebulosas marcan las regiones donde la nada del espacio se fusiona primero, donde
Duke University Admissions Chat: Spirit
Three Duke students host a web chat on the topic of athletics and spirit at Duke with prospective students.
2nd Annual Business Plan and Elevator Pitch Competition v.2
Our 2nd Annual Business Plan and Elevator Pitch Competition is open to all current full or part-time SPC students enrolled in a degree or certificate program. With prizes totaling up to $10,000.00, students with a great business idea should attend an InfoByte information session on one of our campuses to learn more about eligibility, how to enter, resources to help you create a business plan and/or elevator pitch, criteria, prizes and more! About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg
Episode 21 – A short history of Phar Lap curators The ‘relics’ of history have been housed in museums for hundreds of years. Museum Victoria was officially started in 1854 by British colonialists who collected items deemed to be significant to the nation’s identity, culture, and education. Today the tradition of acquiring and housing what is significant to the nation’s culture continues but it’s performed by representatives of the broad Australian public, in the form of historians, scientists, and i
The ‘relics’ of history have been housed in museums for hundreds of years. Museum Victoria was officially started in 1854 by British colonialists who collected items deemed to be significant to the nation’s identity, culture, and education.
Today the tradition of acquiring and housing what is significant to the nation’s culture continues but it’s performed by representatives of the broad Australian public, in the form of historians, scientists, and i