Spiceland Academy Women Students Demonstrate a Chemistry Experiment
Four Spiceland Academy women students are in the photographer's studio. They are demonstrating a chemistry experiment with a formula from a book and beakers, mortar and pestle, and test tubes. Their hair is in the Gibson Girl style and they wear dresses and aprons.
Author(s): Cephas M. Huddleston,Cephas M. Huddleston Collecti

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Interior, Second floor of Barret Library
Paul Barret, Jr. Library interior, 2nd floor before staircase was begun.
Author(s): Blair, Lynne

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Introduction to Entrepreneurship
EEE 370 is an introductory course intended to provide students with a solid foundation in terms of the vital role played by entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship in the 21st century global economy. In a sense, this is the cornerstone course, which is complemented at the end of your program with the capstone business plan course. During this semester, we will assess, explore, critique, and celebrate the phenomenon of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is approached as a way of thinking and acting, a
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Encylcopedia of Laser Physics and Technology
This is a comprehensive encyclopedia that provides a brief definition or explanation of a keyword term or principle of laser physics and technology. The site is organized so that one can click on an alphabet letter to get a listing of keywords or terms for searching. This site will be useful for novices in the field and anyone who needs a refresher or reminder of terms and definitions. Most useful to upper division undergrads, graduate students and practitioners who need to learn terms to naviga
Author(s): Rudiger Paschotta

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The Influences of Art on Yellowstone
This site features paintings, photos, and drawings, many of which contributed to the creation of the nation's first national park. The waterfalls, geysers, rock formations, and vistas in these works helped spread an appreciation of the wonders of Yellowstone. When President Grant signed into law the bill establishing Yellowstone as our first national park in 1872, he set in motion the tradition of preserving other tracts of great beauty for future generations.
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Calculus without Limits (Lecture Notes for Applied Calculus)
This book introduces differentiability as a local property without using limits. The philosophy behind this idea is that limits are the a big stumbling block for most students who see calculus for the first time, and they take up a substantial part of the first semester.
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A First Course in Complex Analysis
These are the lecture notes of a one-semester undergraduate course which we taught at SUNY Binghamton. For many of our students, Complex Analysis is their first rigorous analysis (if not mathematics) class they take, and these notes reflect this very much. We tried to rely on as few concepts from real analysis as possible. In particular, series and sequences are treated "from scratch." This also has the (maybe disadvantageous) consequence that power series are introduced very late in the course.
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Barbershops become urban community health centers
African-American communities in the shadows of the University of Pittsburgh's buildings are getting sick and dying sooner than their white counterparts, of preventable diseases -- and Dr. Stephen Thomas wants to change it. An outreach initiative involving local barbershops and beauty salons is a step in that direction.
Author(s): Coles, Terri

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Childhood Adversity and Later Mortality in an Urban African American Cohort
The Woodlawn Project is a longitudinal study of the development of psychological well-being and social adaptation in an epidemiologically defined cohort of African American first graders interviewed as adolescents and again as adults. The identification of childhood factors predictive of mortality has clear public health importance. Family and childhood adversity and psychosocial factors have been shown to have long-term effects on later mental health and school achievement in adolescence and yo
Author(s): Juon, Hee-Soon,Ensminger, Margaret E.,Feehan, Mich

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Portrait of Berthold Auerbach ( 1812-1882 ).
Bust of the novelist and essayist, who devoted much time to the cause of emancipation.,Bust of the novelist and essayist, who devoted much time to the cause of emancipation.
Author(s): Meyer, Hans

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Portrait of Ernst Toller (1893-1939).
Signed by Stumpp and Toller.,Signed by Stumpp and Toller.,German playwright and Socialist activist, Toller participated in the Communist government after World War I and in the Spanish civil war. He commited suicide in New York.
Author(s): Stumpp, Emil, 1886-1941

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Hanging.
Like access 83.14, it is a closeup detail of the body of a hanging man. In this print, both legs of the emaciated victim are shown, against a background of a mass of prisoners seen at a distance. Signed center right.,Like access 83.14, it is a closeup detail of the body of a hanging man. In this print, both legs of the emaciated victim are shown, against a background of a mass of prisoners seen at a distance. Signed center right.,Born in 1910 in Floss, Bavaria, David Ludwig Bloch lost his hearin
Author(s): Bloch, David Ludwig, 1910-

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The effects of phonotactic and orthotactic probabilities on orthographic fast-mapping in kindergarte
The purpose of this study was to investigate how the linguistic components of phonotactic and orthotactic probability affected children’s ability to fast-map orthographic information and whether orthographic processing explained unique variance on children’s literacy skills above and beyond that of phonological processing. Moreover, the current study examined whether kindergarten children with and without typical language abilities were differentially affected by linguistic processes on read
Author(s): Wolter, Julie Ann

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Access restricted to WSU students, faculty and staff,Copyright Julie Ann Wolter, 2005. All rights reserved.

Distinguished Innovator Lecture Series: Cynthia Dai
Cynthia Dai, Dainamic Consulting, Inc. A seasoned entrepreneur, Cynthia Dai has co-founded several high technology start-ups and served on the executive team of both early-stage and public ventures. This hands-on experience combined with strong operational skills in marketing, engineering and finance has enabled Ms. Dai to build or reposition companies for rapid growth. Ms. Dai's strengths as an Interim Executive lie in attracting results-oriented senior management teams, developing strong busi
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Lunch Poems: Al Young
California Poet Laureate Al Young has created a profound and enduring body of work that represents our time. Young's numerous publications in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and for the stage and screen explore the American, human condition through the lens of the individual voice. Ray González writes that Young "paints a picture of who we are as a nation and how our complexity takes us beyond national borders as members of a global literary community." Originally born in Mississippi, Young reside
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Renwick Gymnasium interior
The interior of Renwick Gymnasium, Pomona College, decorated for the senior reception with trees and greenery. An American flag is in the window and a banner with a motto written in Greek hangs at the front.
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The listening room, Chisenhale Gallery, London
The Listening Room is part of Activated Space, David Cunningham's project to develop and present a series of installations that alter an architectural space in real time to allow its resonant frequencies to become audible and interactive. The project combines elements from sculpture, electronic media, music, architecture and acoustics. The work addresses the following issues: Primary: How can active listening be encouraged? How does our awareness of acoustic surroundings influence ou
Author(s): Cunningham, David

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Antarctic Village - Metisse Flag
By way of calling the Orta Antarctic expedition to an end, the artists staged the first in a series of symbolic football games, ‘Heads or Tails, Tails or Heads’. Meteorologists, paleontologists and geologists from the Marambio Antarctic Base joined the Orta team to play a symbolic ‘All Nation’ match. The Metisse Flag and the Antarctic football shirts, created by the artists make it difficult to identify the adversary. The front and back of the players' shirts are stitched together with d
Author(s): Orta, Lucy,Orta, Jorge

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D'un statut l'autre : du Japon à l'Europe, destins multiples de l'estampe ukiyo-e

D'un statut l'autre : du Japon à l'Europe, destins multiples de l'estampe ukiyo-e par Hélène Bayou


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The case for embryo research
Professor of reproductive biology at Warwick Medical School Justin St John explains why his proposed work into using very early stage hybrid human-animal embryos for research is necessary. For more details see www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/med/research/csri/reproductive_biology/
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