Illustrated Lecture and Book Signing: Dr. Gail Levin
Distinguished art historian Dr. Gail Levin discusses and gives a PowerPoint illustrated lecture on her new book, Lee Krasner: A Biography—the first full-length account of Lee Krasner's influential and colorful life. Levin presents Krasner as an independent, resourceful woman and an artist of uncompromising talent and remarkable energy. Debunking previous portrayals that depict Krasner solely as the long-suffering wife of Jackson Pollock, Levin allows her to emerge as a significant artist in he
Doceri : Bedien je digibord of projectie op afstand met je iPad Met Doceri iPad app en Doceri Desktop software kan je je computer (of die van een leerling) van op afstand controleren. Deze software zorg ervoor dat je niet aan je digibord of bij je projectie moet blijven staan. Je krijgt een kopie van je scherm …
Met Doceri iPad app en Doceri Desktop software kan je je computer (of die van een leerling) van op afstand controleren. Deze software zorg ervoor dat je niet aan je digibord of bij je projectie moet blijven staan. Je krijgt een kopie van je scherm …
It's Your Time - DuBois - Reach Your Goals
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CofC Grad Discovers International Law, Human Rights -- Honors College, Study Abroad, the Peace Corps
Joseph (Yusuf) Saei '10 fully leveraged his opportunities at the College of Charleston. Among other accomplishments, this philosophy major (with minors in French and communication) served internships in the arts world in New York City, won a grant to study abroad in Cairo, Egypt, published two essays in the College's research journal Chrestomathy, and received the institution's highest honor upon graduation -- the Bishop Robert Smith Award. Since then, he has studied Arabic in Morocco as a Rotar
These Business Schools Will Get You a Better Job
Do you want to know the average starting salary of Stanford grads? The percentage of Harvard grads that lead finance careers? Whatever you want to know, The Princeton Review has the answer.
Outrage in Yemen
Dec. 6 - Hundreds take to the streets in Sana'a to support anti-government protesters fighting President Abdullah Saleh's regime in Taiz. Deborah Lutterbeck reports
Art a GoGo Podcast #8 - Museum of Art and History: Santa Cruz, CA
It's Art a GoGo podcast #8! We don't stray too far from home this time. Join us as we do a soundseeing tour of an exhibit at the Museum of Art & History, Santa Cruz called "Material Terrain: A Sculptural Exploration of Landscape and Place." Please visit our blog at www.artagogo.com/blog for full show notes and links that we discuss during the show. Thanks for listening! Kathleen & Doug
A Computer Called Watson
[Recorded: November 15, 2011] In an historic event in February 2011, IBM's Watson computer competed on Jeopardy! against the TV quiz show's two biggest all-time champions. Watson is a computer running software called Deep QA, developed by IBM Research. While the grand challenge driving the project was to win on Jeopardy!, the broader goal of Watson was to create a new generation of technology that can find answers in unstructured data more effectively than standard search technology. Computer s
Life in the Universe: Finding Intelligence
Recorded on 11/29/11
Hugh Elliott (Anglo American), Dinah Rajak (Uni of Sussex) and Noshua Watson (IDS) are interviewed
Hugh Elliott (Head of Government Relations, Anglo American), Dinah Rajak (Researcher, University of Sussex) and Noshua Watson (Research Fellow, Globalisation Team, IDS) are interviewed on the seminar ‘Mining and conflict prevention: an insider’s view - Anglo American’s approach to conflict prevention and management’, held at IDS on the 29 November 2011 as part of the Business and Development Seminar Series.
Achievements: A Motivational Slide Show
This motivational slide show begins with the quote, " Small actions, when multiplied by millions, can change the world." The slide show set to music then continues by showing photos of significant events including the first man on the moon, D-Day, flight of the Wright Brothers, and march on Washington. ( :50)
I Am Diversity: Yoko Mori
The Darden School has as a core part of its mission to foster a diverse community that broadens understanding and elevates performance. We believe diversity is not captured purely in numbers or visual manifestations. Diversity is a combination of backgrounds, ideas and perspectives all shaped by our own unique experiences. It is most elegantly captured in the individual stories that make up the deep, textured fabric of a community. We invite you to hear our stories through this video series.
Logarithmic Functions - Problem 3 of 3
This video is a continuation and provides another example that demonstrates how to graph logarithmic functions. (5:00)
Properties of Logarithms - Problem 2 of 3
This video is a continuation and reviews the change of base theorem. It also provides examples of how to evaluate logarithms by switching to another base. (5:20)
Properties of Logarithms - Problem 3 of 3
This video is a continuation and provides more examples of how use the change of base theorem to evaluate logarithms by switching to another base. (4:27)
Exponential Growth - Problem 3 of 3
This video is a continuation and explains Newton’s Law of Cooling and how it is an application of exponential functions similar to exponential decay. It provides an example problem that demonstrates the similarities. (6:51)
Food demo by Libby Cooke
Anh-Thuy Nguyen Wins Third Place in SMU's 2011 Green-Minute Video Contest
SMU annually holds a Green-Minute Video Contest to foster sustainability and concern for the environment. The third place winner was Anh-Thuy Nguyen from Viet Nam, a masters student in Meadows School of the Arts; she received a $50 Starbucks gift card.
Episode for Families: Peach Blossom Spring
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2011 DIY Gingerbread Man
2011 UPC event for making your own gingerbread man