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Bears Show How To Live the Public Affairs Mission
Missouri State has a public affairs mission, but that term can seem ambiguous. Dr. Kurt Heinlein, associate professor of theatre and dance and the provost fellow for public affairs, shares what it really means to the Missouri State community to be culturally competent, exhibit ethical leadership and be engaged in the community.
Is This a Map of the Underground Railroad?
Gwendolyn Wright from The History Detectives has a mission: to determine if Anne Zorela's antique map is a diagram of the Underground Railroad routes. One reason Anne believes the map is authentic is because of the Quaker meeting houses pictured. The Quakers helped fugitive slaves along the railroad routes. The documented region was also a known hotbed of Underground Railroad activity. These and other reasons have her convinced but she wants more proof to suppor
Literary Festival 2012: A Moment of Mishearing [Audio]
Speaker(s): Amit Chaudhuri, Ian Jack | Editor's note: The podcast is the conversation only, it does not include the music performance. A conversation between award-winning Indian wrtier and musician Amit Chaudhuri and former Granta and Independent on Sunday editor Ian Jack, will be followed by a performance by the five-piece Amit Chaudhuri Band. Amit Chaudhuri's first CD ‘This Is Not Fusion’ (Times Music) was released in Britain on the award-winning independent jazz label Babel, and received
Your Health: Celiac Disease and GI Issues in Children
Should your child be on a gluten-free diet? Are more and more children being diagnosed with celiac disease? Who benefits from going gluten-free? In this interview, Dr. Anca Safta of the University of Maryland Children's Hospital talks about celiac disease and a special "pill cam" that's now being use to diagnose children with gastrointestinal problems. Related Links: University of Maryland Children's Hospital http://www.umm.edu/pediatrics/index.htm Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and
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Learn about The American Railroads
The production of new railroads unified a country and could link the east and the west. Railroads made travel and trade easier and spurred the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in America. In this video clip, learn more about the history of the American railroads. (2:44)
This short video gives excellent real life footage of the spring flowering plant, Cowslip. The cowslip is a well-known spring flowering plant, which was once much more common than it is today. The crinkled green leaves are covered on both sides with a fine layer of downy hairs; they form rosettes, which tend to lie close to the ground. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (0:38)
Breakingviews: Do as I say, not as I do -- German wages
April 4 - Germany calls for euro zone austerity while raising its own wages; Who'll fill JPMorgan banker Ian Hannam's shoes?
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"The Hose" Leveled Sight Word Reader (The, Ran, Over)
This leveled sight word reader is titled "The Hose" and highlights the sight words the, ran, over. This is a great resource for the early childhood classroom. (1:27)
Customer Service and Technical Support for Life Science Products: Customer Preferences
By: prothenberg This report was was designed to quantify scientists’ opinions as to how well supplier customer service departments are meeting expectations. Divided into two service categories—customer service and technical support—this primary research report outlines scientists’ experiences with regards to complaint resolution, channels selected to communicate problems (e.g., telephone, website complaint forms, live chat, non-vendor online resources etc.) and degree of satisfaction wit
Back at the ISS
"Back at the ISS" is a rocking musical greeting to ESA Astronaut André Kuipers, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and the entire crew of the International Space Station on the occasion of the docking of ESA's third Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV), Edoardo Amaldi, set for 28 March 2012. Video courtesy of the European Space Agency.
Standard Form of a Linear Equation - Problem 3 of 3
This video is a continuation and presents another example problem that explains how to write a linear equation in standard form. In this example, an equation is already provided in standard form, and the instructor demonstrates how to determine the x- and y-intercepts and graph the equation. (2:01)
How to Play Lacrosse - Practice Techniques
This 2:34 long video shows some practice techniques for playing lacrosse using both the right and left hand. The video is easy to follow.
The Chimera of Contracyclical Policies [Human Action (1949)] An essential element of the "unorthodox" doctrines, advanced both by all socialists and by all interventionists, is that the recurrence of depressions is a phenomenon inherent in the very operation, of the market economy. But while th
[Human Action (1949)]
An essential element of the "unorthodox" doctrines, advanced both by all socialists and by all interventionists, is that the recurrence of depressions is a phenomenon inherent in the very operation, of the market economy. But while th
'The Communism of Pelf': Grover Cleveland and the Concentration of American Wealth The Dynamic Structure of Human Action Toward Regulation of Nanomaterials: Cluster Discussion 2
Session on Research in American Economic History. Recorded 10 March 2012 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. [16:06]
Session on Austrian Perspectives on Theory and Method. Recorded 10 March 2012 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. [15:00]
Cluster Discussion 2 Learn More: http://reilly.nd.edu/conference/nanomaterials
The Dynamic Structure of Human Action Toward Regulation of Nanomaterials: Cluster Discussion 2
Toward Regulation of Nanomaterials: Cluster Discussion 2