What do Schreyer Scholars do for fun?
Schreyer Scholars are also Penn Staters. They don't spend all their time studying. They know how to have fun!
EE 120 - Lecture 32 - Signals and Systems
Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals - Spring 2007. This course is an introduction to mathematical modeling techniques used in the design of electronic systems. An important keyword here is "mathematical." Subjects we will cover include continous and discrete signals, with applications to audio, images, video, communications, and control; State-based models, beginning with automata and evolving to LTI systems; Frequency domain models for signals and frequency response for systems,
Is the Universe Designed?
Revd Dr Rodney Holder : Course
US Energy Policy and International Security [Audio]
Speaker(s): Senator Lindsey O. Graham | Lindsey O. Graham was elected to serve as United States Senator on November 5, 2002. He serves on five committees in the U.S. Senate: Appropriations, Armed Services, Aging, Budget and Judiciary. A native South Carolinian, Graham grew up in Central, graduated from D.W. Daniel High School, and earned his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of South Carolina in Columbia. Graham logged six-and-a-half years of service on active duty as an Air Forc
A Vision of the Next Economy: from macro to metro [Audio]
Speaker(s): Ricky Burdett, Bruce Katz | LSE Cities and the Brookings Institution have carried out new research on how cities and metropolitan areas are responding to current economic challenges. Ricky Burdett will discuss how selected European and Asian cities - Torino, Barcelona, Munch and Seoul - have overcome crises in the recent past and shown significant progress in urban economic development over the past two decades. Bruce Katz will outline a vision of the next American economy, one that
Gaga's message of support to Japan
June 27 - Lady Gaga tells quake and tsunami-hit Japanese fans "never give up on the dream of Japan". Doug MacLaurin reports.
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MSUToday: Helping the homeless in Detroit
In a nursing career spanning more than 25 years, alumnus Dean Carpenter has never been more fulfilled than he is when caring for those seeking medical treatment at a shelter of last resort in Detroit. Here's his Spartan Saga.
Vest technology brings new hope for the blind
July 4 - For years, guide dogs and white canes have helped the visually impaired navigate the world around them. Currently, engineers at the University of Southern California (USC) are developing a robotic navigation aid for the blind built from off-the-shelf components. Rob Muir reports.
Hot Apps: Sonic 4, Robozzle, Career Tips, Chicken Implosion, TatZooom Hot Apps will feature 5 of the hottest apps each week for the Windows Phone 7. In this episode Laura takes a look at: Please leave suggestions for hot apps that should be featured in the comments section, thanks!
Hot Apps will feature 5 of the hottest apps each week for the Windows Phone 7. In this episode Laura takes a look at:
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Ken Clarke – An interview with Mr Justice Cranston [Audio]
Speaker(s): Kenneth Clarke | As part of the Legal Biographies Project lecture programme Mr Justice Cranston will be interviewing Ken Clarke, QC, MP, Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor about his legal and political career. Kenneth Clarke QC MP was appointed as Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice on 12 May 2010. He was born in 1940 and educated at Nottingham High School and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. He is a barrister-at-law, having been called to the Bar
The Human Economy: an ongoing international project [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Keith Hart | Eminent anthropologist Keith Hart will be talking about his book, The Human Economy, which gives readers a new economic perspective, covering topics ranging from globalisation to corporate social responsibility. Keith Hart is emeritus professor at Goldsmith's College and honorary professor at the University of Kwazulu Natal.
Análisis Económico II
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Master of Health Administration students at the University of Memphis.
Master of Health Administration students at the University of Memphis' School of Public Health.
Mayo Genome Consortia: Genotype-Phenotype Association Studies Applicable to Analysis of Circulating
Dr. Suzette Bielinski, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, discusses her Online First article available at: http://tinyurl.com/5utdrst and appearing in the July 2011 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings on the Mayo Genome consortia, a genotype-phenotype resource for genome-wide association Studies.
The I-35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis in August 2007, resulting in at least 13 deaths, illustrates the importance of structural integrity. This unit looks at the investigation that followed the collapse of the Silver Bridge over the Ohio River in 1967 which demonstrates how the study of safe design and the assessment of components and structures under load is of increasing importance in engineering design.
It Gets Better - Rory O'Malley on Dealing with Bullying
Rory O'Malley shares his testimonial for It Gets Better Broadway. This 3:25 interview explains part of his survival skills in high school in terms of being yourself. This is part of a series on dealing with bullying and what happened as he grew older and his pride in living in a city where people stand together against hate.