Purdue TAP Green Enterprise Development Video
As part of a mission to serve the citizens and organizations of Indiana, Purdue¹s Technical Assistance Program created Green Enterprise Development, or Green ED, providing green skills that get real bottom line results. Green ED helps organizations manage its triple bottom line, addressing financial, human, and societal interests.
Compliment Guy pays final compliment at Purdue Commencement
Purdue Compliment Guy Cameron Brown will make his last appearance as a Purdue student on the Elliott Hall of Music stage during Purdue's last Spring 2011 commencement ceremony at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday (May 15). http://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/students/2011/110512BrownCommence.html
Obama bolsters Purdue-led electric vehicle advances
Purdue University successfully staged the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's first electric vehicle grand prix on the same weekend President Obama comes to Indianapolis to praise electric vehicle advances in Indiana. Purdue's fledgling ev engineers are taking their new expertise off of the track and onto the street.
Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger addresses new Purdue graduates
Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger was a guest speaker and honorary degree recipient during Purdue University's spring 2011 graduation ceremonies conducted in Elliott Hall of Music on the West Lafayette campus http://www.purdue.edu/commencement
Fireworks Highlight SMU Founders' Day Celebration
Watch the fireworks show that highlighted SMU's inaugural Founders' Day Celebration on April 15, marking the 100th anniversary of SMU's founding in 1911. Read more at http://www.smu.edu/100
SMU Founders Day Weekend
Alumni from around the globe gathered at Dallas Hall for fireworks and a giant birthday card as SMU celebrates the 100th anniversary of its founding Friday on the University's Main Quadrangle. The event was the first of several scheduled for SMU's Founder's Day Weekend, April 15-17. The april 15 event, complete with proclamations and resolutions, also officially launched the University's multi-year Second Century Celebration, commemorating the centennial of the University's founding in 1911 a
New York Stock Exchange Rings Closing Bell at SMU Cox
The New York Stock Exchange came to SMU to discuss the global economy and ring the closing bell.
Moody Foundation gift to drive major Moody Coliseum renovation
A $20 million gift from the Moody Foundation will help provide an extensive expansion and renovation of Moody Coliseum, a campus and Dallas landmark that is home to the pageantry of SMU Commencement as well as numerous speaking, athletics and community events such as concerts and high school graduations. "Moody Coliseum has long been a signature space to the University and the city," says R. Gerald Turner, SMU president. "With this generous gift from the Moody Foundation, the coliseum will be r
Opening Ceremonies for SMU's Centennial Celebration
Alumni from around the globe, as well as SMU students, faculty and staff, gathered at Dallas Hall on April 15, 2011, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the University's founding in 1911.
SPC Living Well - Episode 2: SPC Wellness Works
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege The second episode of SPC's Living Well TV show will air live on Wednesday, May 4 at noon. The episode entitled "SPC Wellness Works," will focus on the vast amount of wellness opportunities for employees and students on the SPC sites. The show will also feature a special interview with SPC President Bill Law on his views of wellness and his participation in the running of the 115th Boston Marathon. SPC employees can view this live broadcast from a
Marketing Campaign 2011 - 2012
About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making it the first community college in Florida to offer four-year degrees. On Dec. 11, 2001,
Fortress Europe: Pushing Back Unwanted Migrants
Marco Jacquemet, Associate Professor of Communication Studies, University of San Francisco. April 7, 2011
CAPTURING HISTORY- A Conversation with White House Photographers
Presidential Photographers Eric Draper (George W. Bush), David Hume Kennerly (Gerald R. Ford), Barbara Kinney (William J. Clinton), David Valdez (George H. W. Bush) discuss their experiences with David Gergen (Moderator) Director of Harvardís Center for Public Leadership.
Naomi Wymer - Musical Moods 2011
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All you need is a ball & a wall (UCL)
Dan Grant is not only a UCL alumnus and a current medical student; he's also part of the England Handball team, the reigning European Handball Champions. Now Dan wants to take handball into schools in England. Further information: England Handball: http://www.englandhandball.co.uk Follow Dan's team on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/englandhandball UCL is consistently ranked as one of the world's very best universities. As a multi-faculty, research-intensive university in central London, our re
Introduction to Programming, using Java
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How does the computer's peculiar binary world of digital entities differ from our analogue world of colour, sound, taste and touch? This unit explores the way in which information, in the form of text, still and moving images, and sound can cross the boundary from the analogue universe into a digital world.
Retirement facilities for elderly African Americans
Excerpt from the short documentary film produced by the National Caucus on the Black Aged, Inc. titled Old, Black and Alive. About the living conditions and attitudes of older African Americans, Old, Black and Alive has the stated objective of depicting 'both the similarities and the differences' among the aged in Macon County, Alabama. Retired housewife Pearl M. Johnson reminisces about her life, and the conditions in the retirement home where she now resides.
Pericardial pathology 900 years ago: A study and translations from an Arabic medical textbook
This is a study and translation of the section on pericarditis in Al Taisir book written by the Muslim physician Ibn Zuhr (Avenzoar) who lived and practiced in Eshbeelia (nowadays Seville, Andalusia,Spain) between 1091-1162 AD. Ibn Zuhr described the serous type of pericarditis as well as the pathological findings in fibrinous pericarditis. His description of the latter may also fit with the picture of chronic fibrous pericarditis. He also described acute purulent pericarditis and involvement of
The Twitter Experiment - "Twistory" in the Classroom
This five minute video wanted to know how she could reach and include more students in the class discussion. She had heard of Twitter. This video provides insights into her "Twitter Experiment" in the classroom with comments from students about the experience of using Twitter in a traditional University learning environment. This video could be used as a justification for other teachers to try using a similar technology. There are a lot of ideas in this video.