Gerald Korngold and Nancy McLaughlin discuss conservation easements in the mountain west.
Montreal Council of Women's Centennial Tapestry on loan to Concordia University
http://concordia.ca/now The Montreal Council of Women is lending their Centennial Tapestry to Concordia University to mark the university's commitment to the advancement of women. The Tapestry was created in 1993 to mark the 100 years of the Montreal Council of Women. The official hand-over took place on International Women's Day - March 8th, 2012
Brad Jones on Commercial Crew Program Partner Integration
NASA Public Affairs Officer Kyle Herring talks with Brad Jones, deputy manager for the Partner Integration Office of the Commercial Crew Program.
Johns Hopkins Match Day 2012
Fourth-year medical students at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine learned on March 16 where they will go to complete their internship and residency training. Family and friends joined the students for the annual Match Day celebration in the Armstrong Building, themed "Finding Your Perfect Match."
Maria C. Osterhoudt Resolution - Board of Trustees 3/20/12
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Board of Trustees Meeting 03-20-12 About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making it t
Pied Piper of Hamelin (part 1 of 2)
Natasha of Storynory reads Robert Brownings Poem about the most famous
rat-charmer and catcher in history. The words are synced with the
beautiful illustrations of Kate Greenaway (1846-1901). NOTE: the words do not appear on the screen. (07:15)
ECU students compete in national marketing challenge
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SOC315 Session 12 Spring 2012
SOC315 Session 12 Spring 2012 Sociology of Work with Sergio Soto
Chemical engineers design and operate industrial processes that convert raw materials into valuable products. The need for more sophisticated products and sustainable processes means chemical engineers are in great demand. Our course concentrates on the scientific principles that underpin modern chemical and biochemical engineering. The aim is to produce graduates that meet the needs of today's process industries by providing technical competence, training in transferable skills, and a thorough
Polynomial Vocabulary - Definition of a Polynomial - Example Problem
This video is a continuation of Polynomial Vocabulary and provides an example problem that demonstrates how to write a polynomial in standard form and find the degree. (2:53)
Mac10Professional - The Non-Academic Job Search: Identifying Opportunities
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Virtual Maths Data Handling - Light Meter tool
Light Meter simulation tool
Los misterios de la Luna (The History Channel) - parte 3 de 3
Durante miles de años, la humanidad ha encontrado consuelo con su presencia. Ha sido un faro para los viajeros nocturnos, un reloj para los agricultores y una guía para los marineros en el mar. Para algunas culturas, ha sido incluso un dios. Es el único cuerpo cósmico que ha sido visitado por seres humanos. A distancia, la luminosidad de la Luna nos ha fascinado desde el principio de los tiempos. Además, un examen más cercano a este faro en la oscuridad
REMBRANDT: The Prodigal Son - ArtSleuth - S01 E05
A son gone astray comes home to a loving welcome from his father. Why does Rembrandt choose to obscure the bible story? More on http://www.artsleuth.net
The Problem of Dueling Experts
Dueling expert witnesses can give inaccurate view of science. Vanderbilt legal scholar Rebecca Haw suggests preemptive strikes against experts to prevent outliers from giving an unsubstantiated perspective of the facts to jurors.
Mac10Professional - Catherine Maybrey, Alumni Career Coach
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Anatomy of a Firework (Interactive)
Fireworks have changed a great deal in the 1,000 years since they were first developed in China. This interactive activity from the NOVA Web site details some of the most important chemical and structural features that allow fireworks to fly higher and burst more loudly and colorfully than ever before. Students can explore the inner anatomy of a firework through this interactive website.
UST Libraries Poetry on the Patio (in the Parlor) #13
O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Tuesday, April 26, 2011 Noon to 1pm Dan Gjelten ("This Morning" by Raymond Carver) Daniel Carr ("Invictus" by William Ernest Henley and "Anything Can Be" by Shel Silverstein) Cory Funk "The Bottle Is Drunk Out by One" by Phillip Larkin and "Acquainted with the Night" by Robert Frost) Jim Sachs ("Do not go gentle into that good night" by Dylan Thomas) Deborah Savage (selection by Karol Wojtyla (aka Pope John Paul II)) Laurie Diamond ("Solstice Poem for Kristjan Ar
In 1995, an avalanche overran an unsuspecting fishing village in Iceland, killing 20 of its residents. Although avalanches are a common occurrence in the region, this was the first avalanche in this village's history to travel as far as the city center. In this video segment adapted from NOVA, learn more about the Iceland avalanche and how engineers plan to protect the village from future avalanches. (4:19)NOVA: "Avalanche!"