Lecture 28 - 11/29/2010
Styling text in the CSS Property inspector
Use the CSS Property inspector to easily create, edit, and apply cascading style sheets (CSS) to your document.
Music on a WIM: Andrea Clearfield (Part 1)
First up is Andrea Clearfield's composition Songs of the Wolf. Kristen Richard, a senior in horn performance in the studio of Mary Burroughs, and Alisa Gilliam, a piano faculty member at ECU perform the first movement of this piece—Wolf Songs. Clearfield, a current American composer, teaches at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She writes compositions for a variety of musical avenues including orchestra, chorus, soloists, and chamber ensembles. Additionally, Clearfield recently won
Music on a WIM: Florence Price (Part 3)
The final two pieces, Trouble Done Come My Way and My Soul's Been Anchored in the Lord, were composed by Florence Price. Price, who wrote mainly spirituals, was the first African American woman to be recognized as a symphonic composer in the 1930s. She attended the American Conservatory and the Chicago Musical College to study music. Although she wrote more than 300 compositions, many remain unpublished today. Candace Little, a senior in music therapy and mezzo-soprano, and Catherine Garner on p
Byrne Administration: Interview with Alan Sagner (May 16, 2006 Part 2)
This interview is a part of the Eagleton Institute for Politics's Program on the Governor. For more information please visit their website: http://governors.rutgers.edu/
The Other Marquette Interchange -- Ray and Kay Eckstein Hall
In recent years, while maintaining its focus on providing an exceptional legal education, Marquette Law School has served as a dynamic public policy forum for all members of the community. Playing off its new location, it has become "the Other Marquette Interchange," a place for the exchange of ideas. Marquette Law School's innovative public policy work is advancing the conversation about critical issues facing our region, such as urban education, transportation, and more. Learn why the Law Scho
SMU in the News: May - November 2010
Highlights of news media coverage of Southern Methodist University and its faculty from May to November 2010.
Diversifying Cities: Migration, Habitation, and Community Development
The largest scale migration in human history, says Xavier de Souza Briggs, is potentially the most transformative as well. It’s time to consider new frames for issues, he says -- not rehash “civic life as a competition over power” but perhaps see this as a moment when we can realize, finally, the ancient idea
High-Eco-Tech: Building Avant la Garde
There’s more than a little magic in Werner Sobek’s constructions, which balance aesthetics, architectural constraints and pathbreaking science to, in his words, “go beyond” nature’s own limits.
Sobek walks us through his portfolio of engineering feats, enabled by a worldwide architecture and engi
Opportunities in Infrastructure and Built Environment
Half the world’s population currently lives in cities, and that number is spiraling upward, as urban settlements gobble up most of the world’s natural resources and emit the most pollutants. No wonder that these panelists perceive the challenge (and opportunity) of sustainability as much bigger than getting people to switch from
Hines: The Man,
An iconic figure in real estate development,
Gerald D. Hines relates lessons learned over his half-century career to an admiring industry audience.
Leveraging know-how in mechanical systems and project management, and not a small amount of chutzpah, Hines opened a one-man office in 1957 Houston, intent on
Pierre de Gasquet
New York Bureau Chief for Les Echos
TWC9: Best of 2010 On a very special This week on Channel 9, Brian, Clint, and DAn countdown the top 10 most impactful or game-shifting Microsoft developer announcements/technology of 2010. Our Top 10 Stories (select top 10 * from TWC9 where year = 2010)
On a very special This week on Channel 9, Brian, Clint, and DAn countdown the top 10 most impactful or game-shifting Microsoft developer announcements/technology of 2010.
Our Top 10 Stories (select top 10 * from TWC9 where year = 2010)
Perform laboratory computations - Process and record data
Laboratory Technicians at SimuLab Laboratories must be able to record and store data, perform basic laboratory computations and accurately present and interpret information in tables and graphs, and charts. Covers performing laboratory computations by calculating expressions using fractions, decimals, percentages, proportions, scientific quantities and formulaes.
Hellenism and Modernist Performance
November 17, 2010 3222 Angell Hall Dr. Olga Taxidou, Reader in Drama, Dept of English Literature, University of Edinburgh This talk observed ways the encounter with Hellenism informs some of the most radical formal and thematic experiments within modernist performance and the historical avant-garde. Through a series of close readings of specific projects (taken both from the theatre and the cinema: Edward Gordon Craig, W.B. Yeats and Ezra Pound on Greek tragedy; H.D. on cinema; Dadaism and G
Salvaging Severe Pilon Fractures
Fractures of the lower end of the tibia involving the ankle joint are referred to as ‘pilon fractures’. These injuries can be very challenging to manage and may lead to undesirable outcomes despite best initial treatment efforts. In this program leading experts in the field discuss treatment options should the initial management of a pilon fracture be unsatisfactory. Dr. Benirschke presents the options of revision internal fixation and joint function preservation. He is followed by Dr. Sand
Student Interview - Using the DS Lites at The Oldham College An interview with a student on the use of a DS Lite as part of their Key/Basic skills lesson
An interview with a student on the use of a DS Lite as part of their Key/Basic skills lesson
Comparison of book, e-book reader, and iPhone app An overview of the advantages and disadvantages I’ve discovered of accessing Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice's Adventures in Wonderland’ novel via a book, e-book reader and iPhone app
An overview of the advantages and disadvantages I’ve discovered of accessing Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice's Adventures in Wonderland’ novel via a book, e-book reader and iPhone app