The Titanic Discovery: Professor Robert Ballard
Marine explorer Robert Ballard, a professor of oceanography at the University of Rhode Island, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic with a lecture about his discovery of the ship's resting place. The "unsinkable" Titanic sank in the North Atlantic on its maiden voyage on April 15, 1912. Ballard discovered the remains of the ship on September 1, 1985, following a secret U.S. Navy mission to find two U.S. submarines. In his lecture, Ballard discusses his discovery of
Women Making Democracy || Commedia Al-Ahzaan (Comedy of Sorrows) || Radcliffe Institute
Written in direct response to the ongoing revolution in Egypt, Ibrahim El-Husseini's Commedia Al-Ahzaan (Comedy of Sorrows) follows a young university-educated Egyptian woman through a series of encounters with different members of society. Through these encounters, she comes to realize how little she understands her own country. Directed by Rebekah Maggor Translated by Rebekah Maggor and Mohammed Albakry 00:00:00 Welcome and Introduction Lizabeth Cohen, Dean, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced
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Columns: Finding the Strongest Shape
The shape of a structure and its parts is often as important as the materials those parts are made of. In this video segment adapted from ZOOM, members of the cast bend and fold sheets of paper to see which shape is the strongest and will support the weight of a heavy book. (3:30)
Chem 131C (Spring 2012): The First Law
Spring Quarter 2012, Lecture 8 for Chem 131C recorded on Wednesday, April 18, 2012. Items covered: the first law.
Chem 1B (Spring 2012): Basic properties of solutions and review problems
Spring Quarter 2012, Lecture 6 for Chem 1B: General Chemistry recorded on Thursday, April 19. Items covered: basic properties of solutions and some review problems. Guest lecture substituting for Professor Shaka.
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Lecture 29, April 24
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Building Windows 8 Metro Style Apps with C++ - A Free Event [Sold Out. Will Stream Live!] Join the Microsoft Visual C++ and Windows teams in Redmond on May 18, 2012 for a free, all-day event focused on building Windows 8 Metro style apps with C++. These Windows-specific talks will use both portable ISO C+&
Join the Microsoft Visual C++ and Windows teams in Redmond on May 18, 2012 for a free, all-day event focused on building Windows 8 Metro style apps with C++.
These Windows-specific talks will use both portable ISO C+&
Mega Disasters: Firestorm
Boston, Massachusetts contains one of the busiest American sea ports on the east coast. In this video clip, see what could happen if a firestorm ignited tankers in the Boston Harbor. (2:17)
Marquette's Dr. Ryan Jerving Performs for National Poetry Month
As part of National Poetry month, faculty members in the Department of English partnered with Raynor Libraries to host an hour-long poetry reading on April 16th. The faculty members read selections from some of their favorite poets and shared some originals. In this clip, Dr. Ryan Jerving performs his song "Stop Her in My Hand."
MSUToday: "Mayhem" - The Seth Mitchell Story (Complete Show)
Leaving football behind, former MSU standout Seth "Mayhem" Mitchell fights toward a heavyweight title shot.
Transfronterizo Talk: Conflicting Constructions of Bilingualism
CLPR Spring 2009 Speaker Series: Transfronterizo Talk: Conflicting Constructions of Bilingualism Among U.S.-Mexico Border Crossing College Students Ana Celia Zentella Professor Emerita Department of Ethnic Studies UCSD Date: May 8, 2009 Location: Shorb House, 2547 Channing Way, Berkeley, CA 94720
Advanced Phonology, Spring 2005
This course focuses on phonological phenomena that are sensitive to morphological structure, including base-reduplicant identity, cyclicity, level ordering, derived environment effects, opaque rule interactions, and morpheme structure constraints. In the recent OT literature, it has been claimed that all of these phenomena can be analyzed with a single theoretical device: correspondence constraints, which regulate the similarity of lexically related forms (such as input and output, base and deri
15.015 Macro and International Economics (MIT)
15.015 Macro and International Economics focuses on the policy and economic environment of firms. This subject divided in three parts. The first part of the course is a study of the closed economy and how monetary and fiscal policy interacts with employment, GNP, inflation, and interest rates. Next, the course provides an examination of national economic strategies for development and growth and recent financial and currency crises in emerging markets. Finally, the course addresses the problems
Community Connections: “Easy Container Herb Gardens”
Watch video of Stacey Kendrick’s presentation, “Easy Container Herb Gardens”. Container gardens are great for small spaces, apartment dwellers or anyone that wants to dabble in gardening without too much work. Learn how to create a container herb garden that will supply you with lots of possibilities for healthy, tasty meals all summer long. Thiskeep reading »
Emperors of the Extreme
Emperor penguins can flourish in locales where few other animals roam. But scientists now wonder if they can adapt to a new threat: climate change.
Een aanzienlijke schade
De student kan na dit hoofdstuk aan de verzekeringsmaatschappij van zijn auto een kort verslag schrijven over de schade aan de auto.
Quadrilaterals--Groups in Groups
How Sunglasses Work
This one minute video explains the different types of sunglasses and how they react to light. An excellent overview to show students how they protect you from ultraviolet rays.