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
"This royal throne of kings, this sceptred isle.." from Richard II by William Shakespeare (speech)
Spoken on his death-bed by John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster, Duke of Aquitaine (1340-1399) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_of_Gaunt,_1st_Duke_of_Lancaster Here's Geigud's peerless version - he begins at 2.11 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NI3a_X2F5s another - starts at 1.57 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEPA1IATQWY Actually, I rarely listen to other performances - and never before I read myself - believing that it is better to start uncorrupted, like a virgin. People will judge pe
Guide to the Microfilmed Records of the Knights of Equity, Court 9, Pittsburgh, PA, 1938-1977
The Microfilmed Records of the Knights of Equity, Court 9, Pittsburgh, PA consist of the constitution, minute books, programs, a scrapbook, and photographs for the period 1936-1977.
Examples of Ordnance Survey Abbreviations
Examples of abbreviations on Ordnance Survey 1:50,000 and 1:25,000 scale maps
Waffle House Economics Imagine the good fortune of having a Waffle House within walking distance of home and the office. Yes, Waffle House number 1882 is one of the newest in the chain of over 1,600 stores. Strategically located within stumbling distance of Auburn's downtown college bars, it's attracted some of the most decorated wait staff in the chain. On a sultry mid-morning trip to the res
Imagine the good fortune of having a Waffle House within walking distance of home and the office. Yes, Waffle House number 1882 is one of the newest in the chain of over 1,600 stores. Strategically located within stumbling distance of Auburn's downtown college bars, it's attracted some of the most decorated wait staff in the chain.
On a sultry mid-morning trip to the res
Meet Luke Ferland
The president of NYIT's sustainability club looks to the past and hopes to change the future. New York Institute of Technology (NYIT).
A Closer Look at Q-Camp
A closer look into Q-Camp, The Robins School of Business' landmark professional skill-building program, named for alumnus and key University donor Paul Queally B'86. Q-Camp was established in 2009 as a response to the growing sentiment that business school students need to refine their soft skills; like networking and interpersonal communication, to ensure success in navigating the job and internship market. Q-Camp is open to sophomore business majors and minors. For more information on Q-Camp
Hollywood Stuntman Honed Skills at Texas Tech
From sword fighting and stunt driving to falling down mine shafts, Texas Tech alumnus Trampas Thompson's life is full of action and adventure. Thompson has worked as a stuntman in Hollywood blockbusters such as "National Treasure," "Pirates of the Caribbean," and "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull." A complete article on Thompson can be found at: http://today.ttu.edu/2009/02/alumni-profile-trampas-thompson/
Penn's White Coat Ceremony 2011
On August 12, J. Larry Jameson, the newly inaugurated executive vice president of the University for the Health System and dean of the Perelman School of Medicine, helped launch the medical school careers of 170 first-year students as they donned their first white coats and marked the beginning of their journey into the art and science of healing. During the ceremony, each student was presented with a white clinician's' coat, a vivid symbol of their entry into the medical profession. The studen
The Impossible Football Club
Ethnic and Minority Lit
Episode 56 - Logging, Tracing, and ELMAH in Windows Azure In this episode, Steve and Wade discuss logging and tracing on Windows Azure using both blobs and tables. Steve explains his Printf("HERE") in the Cloud&nbs
In this episode, Steve and Wade discuss logging and tracing on Windows Azure using both blobs and tables. Steve explains his Printf("HERE") in the Cloud&nbs
An Accelerated View of Functional Dynamics in Bio-Molecular Systems
Phineus Markwick gives a talk at the RPP08 conference long time-scale MD simulations of protein dynamics. He discusses experiments using dipolar coupling to probe the protein dynamics. From these he shows how to build a simulation.
Modulation of the Kinase ensemble by Second Messengers
Michael Wall gives a talk at the RPP08 conference on: 1) Small-angle scattering studies of cGMP-dependent protein kinase 2) The challenge to understand how cellular signaling is controlled by modulation of protein conformational ensembles 3) Diffuse scattering
The Energy Landscape for Molecular Motors - the Kinesin Story
Jose Onuchic gives a talk at the RPP08 conference on the mechanics of molecular motors. The discussion includes: 1) The reflection of constraints of the molecular architecture the dynamical pathways during stepping 2) The role of rectified diffusional motion.