Anil Kashyap: Eller College Fathauer Lecture in Political Economy
On Thursday, March 24, 2011, Dr. Anil K. Kashyap gave the Fathauer Lecture in Political Economy at The University of Arizona Eller College of Management, "The Outlook for Financial System Reform." Dr. Kashyap is the Edward Eagle Brown Professor of Economics and Finance and Richard N. Rosett Faculty Fellow at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. His research focuses on banking, business cycles, corporate finance, price setting, and monetary policy. His research has won him numerou
Impact and Influence in Contemporary Criminology: The Question of Feminism
The 2011 Roger Hood Annual Public Lecture was delivered by Professor Frances Heidensohn of the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics. The lecture addressed the range of forces that shape the impact of criminological research using feminist perspectives in criminology as a case study.
"Introduction to Stagecraft, Spring 2009"
" Offered in the spring and fall terms, Introduction to Stagecraft is a hands-on course that gets students working with the tools and techniques of theatrical production in a practical way. It is not a design course but one devoted to artisanship. Among the many remarkable final projects that have been proposed and presented at the end of the course have been a Renaissance hourglass blown in the MIT glass shop and set into a frame turned on our set shop lathe; a four harness loom built by a stud
2011 Bay Area Symposium on Viruses: Melanie Ott
Melanie Ott, UCSF Hepatitis C Virus Infection and Lipid Droplets: a New Connection via DGAT1
Panel 4: Economic Impacts of HSR: Lessons for California
Other countries have decades of experience living with HSR and observing how it has influenced their urban economies. While HSR has broad, and often difficult to quantify, economic impacts, experiences from the Europe and Japan suggest that HSR can increase productivity and competitiveness by reducing the "time/space relationship" between cities. This panel will explore the economic impacts of HSR projects abroad and offer timely lessons for California to maximize the economic benefits of HSR fo
Making Gasoline from CO2 Using E.Coli: Spencer Glantz
Spencer Glantz is a student at the University of Pennsylvania, and is involved in Penn's Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF). He has taken a job with a startup company working in the emerging field of synthetic biology on projects such as producing gasoline from CO2 using E.coli. He is a Biochemical Engineering student & a Benjamin Franklin Scholar, and conducts research at Penn's Medical School studying the promise of "Differentiation Therapy" to improve treatment of Leuke
Early Contributions of African-Americans to International Relations: Tiffany John-Lewis
Tiffany John Lewis is a History major at the University of Pennsylvania and has studied the untold contributions of distinguished African Americans through support from the Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring program (PURM) and a grant from the University's Benjamin Franklin Society. She also worked with Penn's Center for Undergraduate Research & Fellowships.
Catching Solar Waves
Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities occur when two fluids of different densities or different speeds flow by each other. In the case of ocean waves, that's the dense water and the lighter air. As they flow past each other, slight ripples can be quickly amplified into the giant waves loved by surfers. In the case of the solar atmosphere, which is made of a very hot and electrically charged gas called plasma, the two flows come from an expanse of plasma erupting off the sun's surface as it passes by pl
Learn About a More Complicated Friction/Inclined Plane Problem
Khan Academy Presents: Fun with two masses, some wire, a pulley, and a ramp with friction. (10:15) Sal Khan uses computer software and different colors for demonstration.
1.3 The origins of voice-leading analysis
This unit introduces ‘voice-leading’ or ‘Schenkerian’ analysis, perhaps the most widely-used and discussed method of analysing tonal music. In this unit, this method is explained through the analysis of piano sonatas by Mozart. The unit is the first in the AA314 series of three units on this form of harmonic analysis, and concentrates on the ‘foreground level’ of voice leading. As you work through this unit, you will become familiar with five complete movements of Mozart’s piano
Plate tectonics is an earth sciences topic that attracts a good deal of interest, given that it a topic very often featured in popular science programmes on TV and radio. It is a subject that have strong visual appeal. The coverage is S279 is self-contained, up to date and is written in a way that will be accessible to those with interest and motivation, all the more so for those who have some pre-existing scientific understanding.
"The Momentum Was Catching On:" Lillian Roberts Describes Organizing Hospital Workers in New York Ci
Municipal workers led a wave of strikes that made the 1960's and early 1970's a highpoint for organized labor militancy in New York City. Teachers, social workers, sanitation workers, and parks employees all fought to improve work conditions, low-paying wage scales, and to reform the city's social services. Lillian Roberts arrived in New York in 1965 to organize low-paid and often disrespected hospital workers for American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). At the tim
Chlorine Nitrate over the Arctic from CLAES (2-12-93 - 3-16-93)
Key to understanding the chlorine chemistry in the polar stratosphere is the measurement of polar stratospheric clouds, chlorine monoxide, and the reservoir gas chlorine nitrate. Chlorine nitrate has been measured by the Cryogen Limb Array Etalon Spectrometer, CLAES. CLAES makes measurements by looking at infrared emission from cloud particles and trace gases. CLAES measurements help to show that the polar stratospheric clouds which form in the cold Arctic stratosphere have converted most of the
TAO-TRITON Array: Sphere View with Push
This animation was developed for a PBS NOVA episode on El Nino-La Nina.
Energy Forms, States and Conversions
The students participate in many demonstrations during the first day of this lesson to learn basic concepts related to the forms and states of energy. This knowledge is then applied the second day as they assess various everyday objects to determine what forms of energy are transformed to accomplish the object's intended task. The students use block diagrams to illustrate the form and state of energy flowing into and out of the process.
In this unit, students look at the components of cells and their functions and discover the controversy behind stem cell research. The first lesson focuses on the difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. In the second lesson, students learn about the basics of cellular respiration. They also learn about the application of cellular respiration to engineering and bioremediation. The third lesson continues the students' education on cells in the human body and how (and why) engineers ar
02.06.2011 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainieren Sie Ihr Hörverstehen mit authentischen Materialien. Nutzen Sie die Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel hat sich angesichts der Euro-Schuldenkrise demonstrativ zur europäischen Währung bekannt. Bei einem Vortrag am renommierten "Institute of Southeast Asian Studies" in Singapur betonte Merkel, die EU und der Euro seien für Deutschland eine "Herzensangelegenheit". Die Bundesregierung