4-H Science Inquiry: Egg Crusher
In this Egg-citing science activity young people will discover the hidden strength of egg shells. Build a variety of devices that will allow youth to test the amount of weight a chicken's egg can resist before breaking. Explore the difference between raw and hardboiled eggs, different shell colors and more.
4-H Science Inquiry: Worm Behavior
Explore the wonderful world of worms and other creepy crawlie creatures. Create fun, hands-on experiments that will help young people discover how light, moisture and temperature affects worm behavior. Learners will build their own worm light boxes and much more.
4-H Science Inquiry: Fabric Dyeing
Exploring the properties of fabric through the dyeing process. Looking at the difference between how natural and man-made fabrics accept a natural dye.
4-H Science Inquiry: Milk Magic
Exploring the properties of milk through science inquiry.
4-H Science Inquiry: Animal Color Preference
Exploring the question of whether livestock animals (goats) prefer one color to another. A hands on experiment with "Buckey" the goat.
Emerging economies boost GE numbers
Oct. 21 - Summary of business headlines: General Electric hits Wall Street profit forecasts; McDonald's beats expectations; Verizon pulls ahead despite slower sales ahead of iPhone launch. Conway G. Gittens reports.
An Introduction to Plant Vascular Systems
As a laboratory exercise that uses scientific techniques to add an investigative component to study the vascular system of plants.
Redefining America's tax system
The U.S. middle class have been paying far more taxes than the top one percent, for years. David Cay Johnston, Reuters columnist, explains that the nation's tax system needs to be redefined and changed.
Enhancing Online Instruction in Higher Education: Professional Development Strategies That Work
The education landscape at all levels is changing at a dramatic rate due to the influx and ongoing expansion of technology. Professors in higher education are faced with the challenge of not only […]
Smart Materials for Architecture and Renewable Energy
The rapid developments in molecular sciences like nanotechnology, self-organizing molecular systems and biomaterials generate a wealth of new materials and functions. In comparison to electronics and medical sciences, the application of these new materials in architecture and civil engineering remains somewhat underexposed. It is our opinion that new functionalities in optics, responsive mechanics, sensing and adjustable permeation for gases and water might add to new opportunities in providing
The Reading Game
there are 44 lessons with 1100 questions leading to learning 55 words, the first 55 words that reading courses teach. A report card follows every lesson to track progress. If the student gets ten percent more wrong, then you need to check on the student for he may need support.
Social Construction of Technology
Social Construction of Technology
Thunderbird Rugby 2011
Rugby Club President Wells Thomas, an MBA student at Thunderbird School of Global Management, talks Oct. 29, 2011. http://www.thunderbird.edu/dastor
St. Joseph's College Baseball Team, the Eagles
St. Joseph College Baseball Team, 1894-1895. In addition to baseball, the college fielded a tennis team in its early days.,Jasper County Journey
Amy Sayers Short Testimonial on Health Care UST MBA.mp4
Reflections from the Health Care UST MBA (Class of 2011) Amy Sayers OptumHealth Group, UHG Population Health Manager Go here to see the full testimonial... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65X7d5DTFhA
St. Joseph's College, Collegeville, Jasper County, Indiana
St. Joseph's College was founded in 1889 and opened in 1891. In its early years it was both a high school and junior college. It became a four year college in 1936 and remained all male until 1968. The current enrollment is over 1,000 students. The Main Building (now Drexel Hall) was constructed in 1888 and originally served as an Indian mission school.,Jasper County Journey