Mustang Minute! Peruna Profs
In this the Year of the Faculty, SMU students voted for professors they feel are exceptional and inspiring. The winners were honored with a surprise visit from our beloved mascot Peruna in recognition of their outstanding work.
A Bird's Eye View of Campus Construction
July 3, 2014
How to Make a Water Rocket
A step-by-step guide that shows how to make a water rocket. They can be made in about ten minutes, but only under close supervision. A good way to explain action-reaction (03:24).
Empresa para Ingenieros Químicos (Curso 2011-2012)
Esta asignatura tiene como objetivo dotar al estudiante de Ingeniería Química de los conocimientos esenciales para la dirección y la administración de una empresa. Para ello, a lo largo de la asignatura se proporciona al alumno unos conocimientos básicos de economía y empresa, el funcionamiento de los mercados industriales y la organización de la actividad empresarial. La asignatura introduce al alumno en el pensamiento empresarial desde el punto de vista del ingeniero, incluyendo el conc
Genocide Conference Panel 3: “Confronting Darfur"
This panel addressed the conflict in the Darfur region of The Sudan and the allegations of genocide; the adequacy of the international response to the crises and proffer solutions to end the conflict. Vincent O. Nmehielle, Principal Defender of the Special Court for Sierra Leone and Associate Professor of Law, University of the Witwatersrand (Wits)
1.4 Reflecting telescopes A lens is not the only object that can collect and focus light and thus produce visual images. People have known about and used mirrors for much of recorded history, but it took no less a genius than Isaac Newton to realise how a curved mirror could be used to construct an optical telescope, and that this would overcome some of the most important shortcomings of refracting telescopes. As noted earlier, a concave spherical mirror will reflect parallel rays approaching along its ax
A lens is not the only object that can collect and focus light and thus produce visual images. People have known about and used mirrors for much of recorded history, but it took no less a genius than Isaac Newton to realise how a curved mirror could be used to construct an optical telescope, and that this would overcome some of the most important shortcomings of refracting telescopes.
As noted earlier, a concave spherical mirror will reflect parallel rays approaching along its ax
Traditional Alphabet Song
This is a short educational video singing the traditional ABC song to introduce the alphabet to young learners. (00:35)
Virtual Maths Data Handling - Light Meter tool
Light Meter simulation tool
The Dark Matter Mystery
Short video describing the interesting celestral cololision of the bullet cluster and how this event helps to prove dark matter exists.
Separate but Not Equal
This is a great video that focuses on the Brown Vs. Board of Education case during the Civil Rights Movement. The video highlights the problem leading to the case, the trial, and the role of Thurgood Marshall during the case and in U.S. history.
The Black Farmers of Tilery: A Fight for Civil Rights
We Shall Not Be Moved is their song, and it means they “ain’t going nowhere!” That’s the spirit of the Tillery, North Carolina resettlement, product of a New Deal program offering landless sharecroppers a chance to buy their own farms. Roanoke Farms was one of only a handful of resettlement projects for African Americans. Its families overcame the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow to earn their part of the American Dream. This video explains their viewpoint. Good for teaching about civil
Google Reader in Plain English
How to use Google Reader to read all your favorite news sites and blogs in one place and share news with friends. Google Reader can be useful for students working on research papers.