The Johnnie Ruth Clarke Scholarship
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege This scholarship honors the legacy of Dr. Johnnie Ruth Clarke, an educator and humanitarian who spent her life improving the lives of others. Born in St. Petersburg in 1919, she credits her parents who worked as head bellman and head housekeeper at the Soreno Hotel in downtown St. Petersburg, and her teachers for encouraging her to succeed academically. Clarke, who earned her bachelor's degree in social science from Florida A&M University and a ma
PediNeuroLogic Exam: 2 1/2 Years Old: Behavior/Mental Status - Points to Pictures
The girl is first asked to name the pictures but doesn't cooperate enough to determine if she knows their names. So the examiner switches strategy and asks her to point to the picture he names. She is able to do this for all five pictures. She asserts her autonomy by using her foot instead of her finger. These pictures are from the Denver II. A neuroscience tutorial focusing on those aspects of the pediatric neurological examination that are unique to the child's nervous system, with an emphasis
Selective Listening: Drown Out the Noise- STFICA/Whitening Differences
An overview of the STFICA algorithm and its different approach to prewhitening.
This animation uses images from the Dawn spacecraft of the asteroid Vesta, showing this 500 km wide rock spinning. Blog post with more info: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/2011/08/01/vesta-in-breathtaking-detail/ Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA
Systems Analysis and Design I Fall 2007
Systems Analysis and Design I. From Engin 110: Computers, Networks, and Society - Fall 2007. Enhancing your computer knowledge by practicing the art of digital storytelling. Tell stories to the world on the internet. Have fun getting an overview of hardware, software, social networks, and the art of self-expression on the Net! By semester's end you'll have a website and video to proudly share with family, friends, and future employers or clients.
Earthworms are decomposers that feed on dead plants, animals, and insects.
Quantifying Uncertainty in Complex Physical Systems: Application to Energy Conversion and Environmen
In search of better-burning fuels, or more accurate projections of climate change, researchers inevitably work through multiple models, sometimes at great cost. Youssef Marzouk hopes to provide energy and environmental scientists constructive and efficient new approaches to modeling complex engineered systems.
Sid the Science Kid-"Inclined Plane and Simple Machines" Song
This song provides a cute way to introduce students to simple machines. The inclined plane is the focus of this video. Push It Up! Push It Up the inclined plane. The Egyptians learned that it's easier to build a pyramid with a series of ramps. This is a good resource to use in conjunction with non-fiction texts on simple machines. (1:36)
John B. Freed - A condensed history of Illinois State University
Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History John B. Freed, author of "Educating Illinois: Illinois State University, 1857-2007", covers Illinois' first public university from its founding in this keynote address given to new faculty August 15, 2011.
Dean Skerrett Welcomes Students
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In her new book "Now You See It" to be released August 18, Duke University Professor Cathy N. Davidson explores how the advent of the Internet is changing what we see. Learn more at http://www.nowyouseeit.net.
DMC Upside: Diesel Applied Technology
The Diesel Applied Technology program at Del Mar College recently purchased three new pieces of equipment - an overhead crane, four mobile lifts and a natural gas engine -- to better train students.
DMC Upside: "War For Your Soul" presentation
In his first Texas speaking engagement, filmmaker Reginald Bullock hosted a brief discussion following a screening of his thought-provoking short film "A War for Your Soul" at Del Mar College (DMC) as part of an extended Juneteenth observance by the Corpus Christi Chapter of the Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education (TABPHE) and the DMC Diversity and Ethnic Awareness and Training Committee. The event was held on July 16, 2011 in Richardson Performance Hall. This free event b
DMC Upside: Public Safety Academy 2011
In the following "DMC Upside" clip, nearly 70 high school students demonstrate skills they learned in the fields of criminal justice, fire science and emergency medical technician services as participants in a hands-on training exercise as part of Del Mar College's Public Safety Academy for youth. The camp runs every summer in July. For information, call 361.698.1724.
School of Modern Languages at Georgia Tech
Video profile of School of Modern Languages student John Watson. Copyright 2011 Georgia Institute of Technology Produced by Rob Felt and Elizabeth Campell
USGS: Earthquakes for Kids
This site provides comprehensive information about earthquakes for students. Teachers will find animations, images, and real-time data of earthquake activity, and students will learn about the career of a geophysicist and how seismology works. Games, puzzles and quizzes provide additional learning opportunity.
Lesson 174: A Canção do exílio
In this lesson you will learn one of the most famous poems of the Portuguese language.
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Rachel Vora - 2011 Cascades Distinguished Student Award Recipient
In 2011, 13 OSU Cascades students were honored with a Distinguished Student Award. Rachel Vora talks about her OSU Cascades experience.
U.S. brokerage industry shrinking fast, says analyst
Aug. 25 - Analyst at Cerulli Associates Bing Waldert says the number of advisers working on Wall St. fell by 14,000, or by over 4 percent, last year adding there was also a major shift to independent firms.