"Challenges for the New Administration in Iraq and Afghanistan" (video)
A talk by Juan Cole. Juan Cole will discuss the future of U.S. foreign policy in Iraq and Afghanistan beyond the November presidential elections. Juan Cole is Richard P. Mitchell Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Michigan. He has written extensively about Egypt, Iran, Iraq, and South Asia. He studies and writes about contemporary Isl
Photo Slideshow: Sharing the Love of Salsa Music, Dance
The UA student organization, Ritmos Latinos Salsa Club, promotes Latin music and dance, teaching both University students and members of the Tucson community Rueda de Casino, a style of dancing that is popular in Cuba. The organization averages about 160 participants each semester, culminating each term with a series of recitals. To learn more, visit http://ritmoslatinos.org/ or http://www.tucsonsalsa.com/.
Unmoderated Caucus Food Chain Sound Waves and Mathematics 2014_02_04_6.03 Faculty thoughts on Innovation at GLS 2011 Symbolising New Zealand: Session 4 - Symbolising the shadow-side of New Zealand experience in contem 21F.084J Introduction to Latin American Studies (MIT) Borders Book Club featuring Christopher Paolini Part 6 Investigating Wisconsin History-From Here To There Investigating Wisconsin History-Using Nature's Resources Investigating Wisconsin History-Handing Down Our Heritage Topology Conservation in Polymer Knots Otis Learning ePortfolio: The Road to Aahs Engaging students, engaging industry and engaging enterprise William Vesely -- President of the College of Charleston's IFC, Inter-Fraternity Council Stalingrad 5 of 5 Bobby Kennedy - Announces Run for Presidency
This is a simple, clear, and direct explanation of what a food chain is. There is no sound for this student-created slide show.
Uses a graphing calculator to explain sound (sinusoidal) waves through advanced mathematical formulas. Color and sound, but mostly shows views of graphing calculator and equations. Grades 10-12. 9:17 min.
Professors Lynda Gratton, Kamalini Ramdas, Jeff Skinner and Nader Tavassoli discuss their thoughts on Innovation at London Business School's Global Leadership Summit 2011
Alistair Fox presents "Symbolising the shadow-side of New Zealand experience in contemporary literature and film". The Centre for Research on National Identity - Symbolising New Zealand conference. Held September 10, 2010.
This course is designed as an introduction to Latin American politics and society for undergraduates at MIT. No background on the region is required. Overall workload (reading, writing, class participation, and examinations) is similar to that of other HASS-D courses. Many of the themes raised here are covered in greater detail in other courses: 21F.020J (New World Literature), 21F.716 (Introduction to Contemporary Hispanic Literature), 21F.730 (Twentieth and Twentyfirst-Century Spanish American
Christopher Paolini is interviewed by the Borders Book Club. Paolini
answers club members questions about his books.
From Here to There - While biking on the Military Ridge State Trail, which is a part of Wisconsin's Rails-to-Trails project, Angie wonders about the history of the trail. While investigating the mystery of the Military Ridge Trail, she learns about Wisconsin's transportation history, from the days of the first peoples to the present, and the role transportation systems have played in our state's development.
Using Nature's Resources - Angie explores a shipwreck while scuba diving in Lake Michigan, which prompts her to investigate the ways in which water resources have been used in Wisconsin's past. Her investigation leads her from Lake Superior to the Fox River to the Horicon Marsh. She explores the relationship between people and natural resources, noting the impact of human decisions on those resources. Angie encourages students to think about the balance between using and protecting natural resou
Handing Down Our Heritage - While visiting the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, Angie wonders how circus performers and other people learn things that are not written down or taught in school. As Angie investigates this mystery, she discovers that art, music, storytelling, and dance and other performing arts can provide history detectives with important clues. Students are introduced to Wisconsin's folk culture and encouraged to begin thinking about their own customs and traditions. Angie helps s
By: icamvid Topology Conservation in Polymer Knots Institute of Theoretical Physics University of Stellenbosch
Students come to Otis College of Art and Design from a variety of places. They are encouraged to document their journey through college by documenting their own ideas, perspective, and creative projects on their own Learning ePortfolios. Over time, the students gather and showcase their own development allowing them to reflect on their own progress.
This reflective case study and poster relates to a specific event staged by students and examines the phases and critical points within the whole process. It identifies some key learning outcomes for all involved
William Vesely is the president of the College of Charleston's IFC, Inter-Fraternity Council. William says the leadership opportunities are the best part of being involved in Greek Life. He was elected to IFC just one year after becoming a new member of a fraternity and he has gained valuable experience since. Greek Life at the College is designed to help students make the most of their time on campus, and help them to develop into responsible, social, and contributing members of our society.
The Battle of Stalingrad. 250,000 German troops are available to extend the Third Reich to the borders of Asia and divide the Soviet Union into two. This was a battle of death, the fighting went on all day and night it never stopped. German aircraft photographed the course of this struggle. These images give us an insight into the battle of WWII, for the first time we can see every detail of the tortured city that became the grave of the German Sixth Army. This video is the lost evidence of the
While he was still Attorney General, during his brother’s administration, Bobby Kennedy told journalists that an African-American could be president of the United States within forty years. His observations were printed in U.S. newspapers on the 27th of May, 1961. (Tim Russert gets the year wrong in this “Meet the Press” clip.)
The day after he announced his own candidacy for the U.S. presidency, RFK appeared on television to explain why he was running. This clip feature
Sound Waves and Mathematics
Faculty thoughts on Innovation at GLS 2011
Symbolising New Zealand: Session 4 - Symbolising the shadow-side of New Zealand experience in contem
21F.084J Introduction to Latin American Studies (MIT)
Borders Book Club featuring Christopher Paolini Part 6
Investigating Wisconsin History-From Here To There
Investigating Wisconsin History-Using Nature's Resources
Investigating Wisconsin History-Handing Down Our Heritage
Topology Conservation in Polymer Knots
Otis Learning ePortfolio: The Road to Aahs
Engaging students, engaging industry and engaging enterprise
William Vesely -- President of the College of Charleston's IFC, Inter-Fraternity Council
Stalingrad 5 of 5
Bobby Kennedy - Announces Run for Presidency