Women's Ice Hockey Feature #4 - A Message from Peter
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Symphony music in a chemistry lab
Professor David Budil plays his viola in a chemistry lab.
Post-game comments vs. Vermont • Kendall Coyne (Jan. 22, 2012)
Kendall Coyne netted Northeastern's second hat trick in as many days as No. 7 Northeastern (17-5-2, 11-2-2 WHEA) cruised to a 5-1 win over Vermont at Matthews Arena. Junior tri-captain Casey Pickett, coming off a hat trick of her own yesterday, had a goal with two assists. Junior Rachel Llanes also scored for the Huskies, who are now unbeaten in four straight games. Florence Schelling stopped 21 Vermont shots and has now allowed one goal or fewer in each of her last six games
6.370 Battlecode - 1/20/12
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Kim Ruck — health sciences major, cross-country athlete and creator of a program in which student athletes mentor schoolchildren on healthy choices. Read more here: http://features.clemson.edu/creative-services/homepage/2012/being-a-tiger/
Watt Family Gift Announcement and Celebration - Longer Version
http://www.clemson.edu/giving/ A family of Clemson alumni has given $5.5 million to Clemson University's The Will to Lead capital campaign, the largest gift from an individual or family. The gift, from Charles Watt and his wife, Linda; son, Steve, and his wife, Pam; and son, Mike, and his wife, Kim, will transform student lives and the academic center of the university's campus. The primary portion of the gift, $5.25 million, will establish The Watt Family Innovation Center for academic colla
Molecules, Movement, and Motors: Welcoming Remarks - Radcliffe Institute
"What Happens When Proteins and Their Junctions Are Pulled upon by Motors?" and "Designing Intelligent Nano/Microbots" Welcoming remarks by Lizabeth Cohen (Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and Harvard University) and Rosalind Segal (Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and Harvard University) "What Happens When Proteins and Their Junctions Are Pulled upon by Motors?" by Viola Vogel (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich), introduced by Joanna Aizenberg (Radcliffe Institute for
Pruis Calculus from 01/23/2012
Pruis MA134 Calculus from January 23, 2012
O'Shaughnessy Hall (also known as O'Shag) opened in 1953 and is home to the College of Arts and Letters, Notre Dame's oldest and largest college with over 40 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Forty-two percent of undergraduates are Arts and Letters students.
MSUToday: Students of the World (Part 2)
Wezi Mhango, who received her doctorate in crop and soil sciences from MSU, collaborates with MSU professor Sieglinde Snapp on a project to introduce legumes into small farms in Malawi as a way to improve sustainability and nutrition in a region facing the effects of climate change and malnutrition. MSUToday: Students of the World debuted at 9:30 p.m. EST Monday, January 23, on the Big Ten Network. More at msutoday.msu.edu.
MSUToday: Students of the World (Part 1)
Michigan State University students work with Kay Holekamp, legendary hyena researcher and MSU professor, on the Maasai Mara in Kenya to learn more about the spotted hyena. MSUToday: Students of the World debuted at 9:30 p.m. EST Monday, January 23, on the Big Ten Network. More at msutoday.msu.edu.
MSUToday: Students of the World (Part 3)
How do tigers and people live side by side? MSU student Neil Carter works in Nepal to research the endangered Bengal tiger and advance conservation efforts. MSUToday: Students of the World debuted at 9:30 p.m. EST Monday, January 23, on the Big Ten Network. More at msutoday.msu.edu.
MSUToday: Students of the World (Part 4)
Michigan State University students and faculty work to install an MSU-designed solar-powered computer in a rural village in Tanzania. MSUToday: Students of the World debuted at 9:30 p.m. EST Monday, January 23, on the Big Ten Network. More at msutoday.msu.edu.
MSUToday: Students of the World (Complete show)
As a student at Michigan State University, the world can be the best classroom. From the plains of Kenya to the jungles of Nepal, Spartan women and men are learning more than they ever dreamed. As seen on the Big Ten Network at 9:30 p.m. EST Monday, Jan. 23. More at http://www.msutoday.msu.edu.
Lecture 5, January 24
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The 2012 CLARK KERR LECTURES - Dynamics of American Universities
This first lecture of the series sets the analytic stage for the series. After reviewing the panoply of social changes observable in the history of higher education, the lecturer focuses on a key composite type: structural accretion, or the continued addition of new functions and structures without shedding old ones. A historical sweep of accretions is reviewed. Simple as it is, the notion is a profound one, and it ramifies throughout colleges and universities. Among these ramifications are
Synthetic repurchase programs through put derivatives: theory and evidence
A Synthetic Repurchase is an open market share repurchase program enhanced with sales of put derivatives on the firm’s own stock. Microsoft, in 1999, using a synthetic repurchase program sold put derivatives on its own stock and received $766 million in premiums and, at the same time, signaled that it is a good-quality company and certified its future earnings. I present theoretical rationale that explains why a synthetic repurchase program provides an efficient signal about a firm’s future
Van vol naar leeg Leerlingen knippen de afbeeldingen uit op de dikke zwarte lijn. Ze kleven de prentjes van vol naar leeg.
Leerlingen knippen de afbeeldingen uit op de dikke zwarte lijn. Ze kleven de prentjes van vol naar leeg.
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UNSW's Webcam Video from January 31, 2012 03:52 PM