Alesia Latson Recorded 6/28/2012
Phillip Earl Johnson '86 - performs at Redbird Pride Night
Redbird Pride night at the Illinois Shakespeare Festival featured MooNie. Phillip Earl Johnson '86, Illinois State University Theater alumnus combines the European Silent Clown with the immediate interactive theater of street and stage. His very first performance was on the lawn by Ewing Manor. Since, he has done 5,500 performances in 23 years.
Diego Velázquez - Pablillos de Valladolid
Descripción escrita por Arte Historia.
El excelente retrato de Pablillos de Valladolid también formaría parte de la serie de bufones - junto a Cristóbal de Castañeda y El bufón Don Juan de Austria - supuestamente destinada al Palacio del Buen Retiro hacia 1636. La actividad de este bufón o actor consistía en divertir a la familia real, en muchos casos actuando, como podemos deducir por la actitud declamatoria y su act
Royal Train BL17842 ROYAL TRAIN. The South Eastern and Chatham Railway Royal Train showing the exterior of the Royal saloon. The photograph was taken for the owners of this Royal Train, the South Eastern & Chatham Railway. Photographed by Bedford Lemere and Company, 9th September 1903.
ROYAL TRAIN. The South Eastern and Chatham Railway Royal Train showing the exterior of the Royal saloon. The photograph was taken for the owners of this Royal Train, the South Eastern & Chatham Railway. Photographed by Bedford Lemere and Company, 9th September 1903.
Mass Murder of Nikolayev Jews-Part 3
Anatoly Egipko, who was born in 1928 in Nikolayev, testifies that the mass murder of Nikolayev Jews near Gorokhovka village became common knowledge in the city. Egipko mentions the rumor about a German officer who killed the Jewish girl whom he was, apparently, courting. For more information: http://www1.yadvashem.org/untoldstories/database/murderSite.asp?site_id=758
Rounding up of Novo- Zhitomir Jews, forced labor and Mass Murder
Efim Khazan, who was born in 1926 in Novo-Zhitomir and lived there during the war years, describes how the Jews from Novo-Zhitomir and the surrounding villages were assembled on May 29, 1942. Those who were capable of working were sent to work on the (Krivoy Rog-Dnepropetrovsk) road. The remaining Jews - women, children, and old people - were locked into two houses and afterwards taken to a pit outside Novo-Zhitomir and shot to death. For more information: http://www1.yadvashem.org/untoldstories
How I put patients first
By: mdanderson Employees from across MD Anderson talk about what they do in their jobs to put patients first.
EAHA Day 1 Session 1: Introduction To The Disaster Management Training Lecture
Universities in the Eastern Africa Region have come together to implement an initiative Health Emergency Management Program (HEMP) that will build the capacity of local governments in the region to manage and plan for response to major disasters of public health importance. The Eastern African Region is prone to many natural and technological disasters of different kinds. There is not one nation in the region that is not vulnerable to the devastating effects of these disasters. Many of these dis
What Does High-Quality Education Mean to CitySquare's Reverend Gerald Britt?
From Your Block to the Boardroom: Why High-Quality Education is Our Ethical Responsibility. Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and community leaders discuss the community's ethical role in supporting public education. The Reverend Gerald Britt talks about what high-quality education means to him. For more information and to view related content, visit http://www.smu.edu/Provost/Ethics/Events/PastEvents/Block2Boardroom
Course provides a strong grounding in the economics of information goods and services. Students analyze strategic issues faced by for-profit and not-for-profit organizations: pricing, bundling, versioning, product differentiation and variety, network externalities, and rights management.
Central Nervous System / Head & Neck
The neuroscience sequence is foundational in nature and stresses the organizational principles and structure/function relationships in the central nervous system. The course emphasizes the relationship between the gross organization of the Central Nervous System (CNS), its subdivision into specialized regions and the corresponding perceptions of sensory information and the nervous system control of behavior. The cell biology of the neuron, neurotransmitter systems and neuronal injury and repair
Seminar on Information Policy
This seminar provides students an opportunity to do in-depth research into an information policy topic of their interest. Students will gain an understanding of current United States Government Policy in areas involved with information and information technology. Policies are forming and changing daily. In order to keep up with these changes the class includes guest lecturers who are studying or actually creating policies in the information area. The first part of the course consists of the stud
This patient education program explains tinnitus and provides tips for coping with its symptoms. It also reviews the anatomy of the ear and hearing, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for tinnitus. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
Duscha Weisskopf Audio
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SFU instructors at Piping Hot Summer Drummer
Members of the Simon Fraser University pipe band are sharing their expertise with 250 student pipers and drummers -- some from as far off as Belgium and Maui - on a mountaintop in the Okanagan. Piping Hot Summer Drummer (PHSD), an annual two-week summer school at Silver Star Mountain near Vernon (runs July 9-20, 2012), brings the quiet, off-season ski hill to life as students from all ages and walks of life play as hikers and mountain bikers pass by. Students take in daily sessions by world-
END-OF-LIFE AND PALLIATIVE HOME CARE
Donna Wilson, Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta
Topos, Compasses, and Triangles, Oh My!
In this activity, students will learn how to actually triangulate using a compass, topographical (topo) map and view of outside landmarks. It is best if a field trip to another location away from school is selected. The location should have easily discernable landmarks (like mountains or radio towers) and changes in elevation (to illustrate the topographical features) to enhance the activity. A national park is an ideal location, and visiting a number of parks, especially parks with hiking trail
Engineering for the Earth
Young students are introduced to the complex systems of the Earth through numerous lessons on the Earth’s natural resources, processes, weather, climate and landforms. Key earth science topics include rocks, soils and minerals, water and natural resources, weather patterns and climatic regions, wind, erosion, landforms, and the harvesting of fossil fuels — all presented from an engineering point-of-view. (See the Unit Overview section for a list of topics by lesson.) Through many hands-on ac