Plains Women Artists
Artists Carol Emarthle-Douglas, Anita Fields, and Teri Greeves join scholar Nancy Marie Mithlo to discuss the relationship between their work and their identity as Native American women.Generous support for the panel discussion was provided by Frieda J. Arth, Joann Balzer, Tom and Kamala Buckner, Julia Collier Emerson, Marjorie Miller-Engel, Edwina Hawley Milner, Barry Rosen, and Elizabeth A. Sackler. This event took place at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art on March 12, 2011. Vi
Inside the Occupy movement - Hong Kong
Hong Kong musician and composer Wong Hin-yan talks to Reuters on November 8 about his participation in the "Occupy" protests.
ART 360-01, Art Management, Fall 2000
Art 360 is a one year internship designed to teach students the basics of running a gallery. Working with the gallery director, students will be involved in: crating, shipping, publicity, printing, preparation and design of exhibits, proper handling of works of art, hanging, lighting, labels, receptions, security, etc. for all exhibits during the school year. Each year there are four professional artist exhibits and two student exhibits. Each student in the class will be responsible for the admi
ART 321-01, Early Christian, Byzantine, and Medieval Art, Fall 2000
This course will examine the visual arts in Europe during the period normally known as the Middle Ages. It stretches roughly from the reign of Constantine in the 4th century to the outbreak of the Black Death in 1348 (or from the end of the classical period to the dawn of the Renaissance). The course will also cover art emanating from the Byzantine Empire. During this era, Europe saw strikingly new and original artistic forms, both in a secular context and in art related to the increasingly infl
This square is mostly farmland (pasture) on the hillside above Turvin Clough. The !B6138 passes through the square, and in the valley bottom there are the si...
A historical overview of the cemetery and its predecessors, and of selected memorials within
UCSD Phar201 Structural Aspects of Protein Protein Interactions
This is a podcast and slides of a lecture given on Nov 4, 2011 in the course Phar201 (http://www.sdsc.edu/pb/edu/pharm201/) at the University of California San Diego by Phil Bourne. It covers one methodology for determining the site of protein-protein interaction when one only has a single structural component of the complex. It is based on the paper found here http://www.sdsc.edu/pb/papers/chung05.pdf
Breast Cancer -- It Doesn't Just Strike Women
There were about 1,970 new cases of invasive breast cancer diagnosed among men in the United States in 2010. Yet, because of the lack of awareness, diagnosis normally happens at a late stage. Breast cancer is branded a female disease, so males must brave the pink ribbons, women-only waiting rooms, etc. There are similarities and differences in male and female breast cancer. Sharon Giordano, M.D., associate professor and internist in the Department of Breast Medical Oncology at MD Anderson, sha
Cloud Cover over Borneo: March 1, 1998
Cloud cover over Borneo for March 1, 1998 superimposed over a topographic image
Career Development and Employability Hub
With 70 applications submitted for every graduate job, the need for careers and employability support for students has never been greater. Will you help our graduates to succeed in the most competitive jobs market for a generation?
The Nottingham Advantage Award
Graduates need more than academic knowledge and skills to stand out from the crowd in today's competitive global job market. Will you help promote the employability of our graduates?
In memoriam: Dr. Alice Skeens
This slideshow of pictures of Dr. Alice Skeens and quotes from students, colleagues, family members and friends about the beloved professor and dean, played during a memorial service held to remember Dr. Skeens on Friday, November 18, 2011.
Professor Joel Nichols, UST School of Law.mp4
For more information about Professor Nichols, view his bio on the UST Law website: http://www.stthomas.edu/law/faculty/bios/NicholsJoel.htm.
Professor Teresa Collett, University of St. Thomas School of Law.mp4
For more information about Professor Collett, view her bio on the UST Law wesbite: http://www.stthomas.edu/law/faculty/bios/colletttreasa.htm.
Gastro-esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) (Spanish)
This patient education program discusses Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease, or GERD, including the anatomy of the digestive system, causes and effects, signs and symptoms, possible complications, and treatment options for GERD with their benefits and side effects. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
Reading Bear: Short A
This video demonstrates sounding out many CVC words using the " short a" sound. Each word is illustrated with a picture, a sentence, and a video. This video is part of WatchKnowLearn's Reading Bear Program (see www.ReadingBear.org). ( 15:16)
Stock options: just asking for disaster?
Roger Martin, Dean of the Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto, rails against stock-based compensation, pointing to it as a slippery slope responsible for much of the financial malaise we've experienced. Clay Lowery, former assistant secretary for the U.S. treasury answers: But shareholders demand results, so what is there to do?
Is the U.S. learning from Canada's example? Nope.
Former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Clay Lowery lays out where the U.S. went wrong financially in the last few years and how Canada has set a great example. Then, he elaborates on how the U.S. ignored it all.
Limits at a Glance - Problem 3 of 3
This video is a continuation and provides more examples of finding the limits of rational functions at a glance with useful tips and tricks. (2:38)
Owl at Home
This video includes text, narration, and pictures to the story Owl at Home by Arnold Lobel. The story is part of the suggested reading material listed on the corestandards.org website for grades K-1. (03:25)
Sample performance tasks for this story include:
Students (with prompting and support from the teacher) compare and contrast the adventures and experiencesof the owl in Arnold Lobel’s Owl at Home to those of the owl in Edward Lear’s poem “The Owl