France A. Córdova's "Last Lecture"
She's had countless interactions with Purdue students - from informal to elaborate events. She's been the face of the university with government and business leaders from West Lafayette to the Far East. France A. Córdova presented her "Last Lecture" on April 24 in Stewart Center's Loeb Playhouse. The event was hosted by Purdue's Mortar Board - Barbara Cook Chapter, Purdue Student Government and Purdue Graduate Student Government.
Part 10 Where The Wild Things Are Lesson
Exponential Growth of Landfills in America
Studio Recording Versus Live Performance - Rock Drums
Learn more about Rod's course at: http://bit.ly/ABCqvs Rod has over 35 years of real-life performing experience, which includes recording on over 50 CDs and playing over 3,000 concerts in 25 countries. Rod is a founding member of the Emmy-nominated progressive rock fusion group the Dixie Dregs, and an original member of the heavy metal band Winger, whose recordings have reached gold and platinum status around the world.
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26.04.2012 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. In Pakistan hat der Oberste Gerichtshof Premierminister Yousuf Raza Gilani wegen Missachtung der Justiz verurteilt. Eine Gefängnisstrafe wurde aber nicht verhängt, wie das staatliche Fernsehen berichtete. Gilani musste sich seit Februar vor den Richtern verantworten. Ihm wurde vorgeworfen, neue Ermittlungen gegen Staatspräsident Asif Ali Zardari
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Pervious concrete for stormwater management
Liv Haselbach, associate professor with Washington State University's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, researches concrete surfaces that can absorb water, rather than allowing water to run off and cause pollution, flooding, or other problems. Haselbach says, "WSU has been installing various sections of pervious concrete and porous asphalt on the Pullman campus to see how they might help with stormwater management on campus and prevent icing conditions in the winter. Researcher
Education as a Tool in Preventing Conflict: Suggestions for the International Criminal Court
Harvard Law School dean and professor Martha Minow delivers the 16th annual Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, C.S.C. Lecture in Ethics and Public Policy at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies on March 16th, 2010.
'The Very Lonely Firefly' by Eric Carle Story Book Read Along
In this Story Book Read Along, students will hear "The Very Lonely Firefly" written by Eric Carle. Students will enjoy seeing the illustrations and listening to the sound effects. This is a great resource for the elementary classroom. (4:11)
Hawaiian Imperialism (Kira Langley)
Generating Electrical Voltage
In this interactive resource adapted from the Wisconsin Online Resource Center, learn how a generator converts mechanical energy into electrical energy. Investigate the principle of magnetic induction by moving a conductor through a magnetic field to see how voltage is generated. Explore factors that influence the amount of voltage generated, such as the angle, speed, and length of the conductor and the strength of the magnetic field. In addition, learn the left-hand rule that describes the rela
Who Showed Up, Who Stayed Home, and Why: California Turnout in 2014
This election featured a record-low turnout. Why? What did the electorate look like? What should we expect for turnout in future California elections, both in presidential and gubernatorial years? Panelists: Cynthia Bryant, Executive Director, California Republican Party Mark DiCamillo, Director, Field Poll Paul Mitchell, Political Data Mindy Romero, Director, California Civic Engagement Project, UC-Davis Tracy Zeluff, Senior Partner, GroundWorks Campaigns Seema Mehta, Los Angeles Times - Moder
Tree Rings Science Chart
In this science chart story, students will learn about tree rings. We can find out how rainy or dry a season was by observing tree ring growth. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (1:22)
Rowing for gold (UCL)
Three UCL students row in the elite crew of the University of London Boat Club. This crew pulls the top rowers from the 19 University of London colleges. The UCL rowers are supported by the UCLU Elite programme. Further info: UL Boat Club - http://ulbc.co.uk UCLU Elite - http://uclu.org/migrated/activeuclu/uclu-elite Music: 'Rain Shadow' by Kathryn Tickell (http://www.audionetwork.com/production-music/rain-shadow_21944.aspx)