Why Engineers Make Great CEOs
They’re detail-oriented, analytical and trained in systematic problem-solving. Engineers’ basic qualities make them good candidates for the top.
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RTI - The Ripple Effect
The Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (1963) of the Cold War lead to the launching of several satellites to detect nuclear energy blasts. Satellites did detect blasts, not from the earth or our moon as expected, but from random places all over the sky. This segment from Swift: Eyes through Time covers the accidental discovery of gamma-ray bursts and the 30-plus years quest to understand them. (3:50)
News Article Writing Process: Part 4
This one minute video is the last in this series about writing a news article. It uses a newspaper article and explains the importance of using quotes to make a story more interesting.
SUNY Oswego Quest: Damaris Dunn
Student Damaris Dunn discusses her two presentations at Quest, April 18, SUNY Oswego's daylong celebration of scholarly and creative activities. She also talks about what she enjoys about Quest, which offers hundreds of presentations, posters and performances from students, faculty and staff -- all free and open to the public. For more info, visit http://www.oswego.edu/quest. Video by SUNY Oswego student Blair Adour.
Entrepreneurship Lecturer - Robert Weist
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Seasons Lesson for Kids (Interactive Game)
This short interactive game introduces the four different seasons (Winter, Summer, Spring, and Fall). Kids will learn about the four seasons of the year with this fun lesson plan. Voice is computerized, but information is usable. (2:42)
How the States Got Their Shapes Too
Was Roger Williams too pure for the Puritans, and what does that have to do with Rhode Island? Why did Augustine Herman take 10 years to complete the map that established Delaware? How did Rocky Mountain rogues help create the state of Colorado? All this and more is explained in Mark Stein's new book. Speaker Biography: Mark Stein is a playwright and screenwriter. His plays have been performed off-Broadway and at theaters throughout the country. Stein has also taught writing and drama at Americ
Faculty Advising Session: Public Interest
Faculty Advising Session: Public Interest
Toward Regulation of Nanomaterials: Robert Hurt
Robert Hurt: Professor of Engineering at Brown University and Director of Brown's Institute for Molecular and Nanoscale Innovation (IMNI) Learn More: http://reilly.nd.edu/conference/nanomaterials
Is There A Crisis in Public Education? Address by Diane Ravitch
On April 10, 2012, The University of Notre Dame hosted Diane Ravitch, Research Professor of Education at New York University, for an address titled "Is There a Crisis in Public Education?" as a part of the 2011-12 Notre Dame Forum. The 2011-12 Notre Dame Forum, "Reimagining School: To Nurture the Soul of a Nation," is a yearlong discussion to explore the profound and challenging questions that shape the national debate about K--12 education, which has a dramatic impact on the future of American
This video has information on how cultured pearls are produced. It starts with the reproduction of the oyster and ends with the collection of the cultured pearl and includes every step in between.
Teaching Strategies - Learning Styles
Teaching strategies on effectively reaching kinesthetic, visual, and auditory learning styles are provided in this video. The video shows a portion from a college lesson on learning styles. ( Older students , as well as parents and teachers, could benefit from this video by being provided by strategies for their learning styles.) ( 4:26)
Ben Franklin the Ladies' Man
Ben Franklin had a passion for smart, beautiful women. In this video clip, learn about whether or not the truth supports the myth about his prolific romantic appetite. (3:17)
Benjamin Franklin's Secret Societies
While in England, Ben Franklin may have been a member of a secret underground society known as the Hellfire Club. In this video clip, learn more about Benjamin Franklin and the secrets behind his gatherings with the Hellfire Club. (3:16)
Friends, relatives ecstatic at Al Jazeera journalists' release
The friends and family of two Al Jazeera journalists jailed in Egypt say they are ecstatic over a court's decision to release the men after more than 400 days in prison. Mana Rabiee reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financia
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