Music on a WIM: Andrea Clearfield (Part 1)
First up is Andrea Clearfield's composition Songs of the Wolf. Kristen Richard, a senior in horn performance in the studio of Mary Burroughs, and Alisa Gilliam, a piano faculty member at ECU perform the first movement of this piece—Wolf Songs. Clearfield, a current American composer, teaches at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She writes compositions for a variety of musical avenues including orchestra, chorus, soloists, and chamber ensembles. Additionally, Clearfield recently won
Music on a WIM: Florence Price (Part 3)
The final two pieces, Trouble Done Come My Way and My Soul's Been Anchored in the Lord, were composed by Florence Price. Price, who wrote mainly spirituals, was the first African American woman to be recognized as a symphonic composer in the 1930s. She attended the American Conservatory and the Chicago Musical College to study music. Although she wrote more than 300 compositions, many remain unpublished today. Candace Little, a senior in music therapy and mezzo-soprano, and Catherine Garner on p
Psychology Lecture Series- An Introduction to Parasomnias
Things That Go Bump in the Night: An Introduction to Parasomnias In this session, Dr. Krainin provides an overview of the diagnosis and treatment of common disorders of arousal during sleep (parasomnias). Topics discussed included sleep walking, sleep eating, nightmares and REM sleep behavior disorder.
Groundbreaking Regional Planners
John and Scott Fregonese are visionaries. They look at a cityscape and imagine the possibilities. As community planners, the father-son duo of the Portland-based Fregonese Associates urban and regional planning know how to maximize a community's potential, but they also know that at the heart of any planning project are the people who will work and live there.
Global and Domestic Imbalances: Why Rural China is the Key
Contrary to popular thinking, China owes its astonishing economic expansion not to far-sighted government policy but to hundreds of millions of entrepreneurial peasants. Yasheng Huang’s research reveals not only how small-scale rural businesses created China’s miracle but how that nation’s recovery from the global recession an
Challenges in Nation Building
At times humorous and other times defiant, José Ramos-Horta describes nurturing the 21st century’s first sovereign state through its formative years. The journey of East Timor from brutal Indonesian rule to fragile self-governance has involved Ramos-Horta in conflict and debate from the halls of the U.N. to the smallest vil
Byrne Administration: Interview with Alan Sagner (May 16, 2006 Part 2)
This interview is a part of the Eagleton Institute for Politics's Program on the Governor. For more information please visit their website: http://governors.rutgers.edu/
The Other Marquette Interchange -- Ray and Kay Eckstein Hall
In recent years, while maintaining its focus on providing an exceptional legal education, Marquette Law School has served as a dynamic public policy forum for all members of the community. Playing off its new location, it has become "the Other Marquette Interchange," a place for the exchange of ideas. Marquette Law School's innovative public policy work is advancing the conversation about critical issues facing our region, such as urban education, transportation, and more. Learn why the Law Scho
007 Back to Two-Slit Interference, Generalization to Three Dimensions and the Virial Theorem
Seventh Lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009
018 Angular Momentum
Eighteenth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010
Indus Valley Civilization
An ainimated feature that shows what life might have been like during this time period. No narration and so the teacher must provide insights into what the video is showing.
Music for life 2010 : Werkbladen Dit bundeltje is gebaseerd op het educatieve pakket van Studio Brussel - Music for life. Er is onder meer een quiz over AIDS te vinden.
Dit bundeltje is gebaseerd op het educatieve pakket van Studio Brussel - Music for life. Er is onder meer een quiz over AIDS te vinden.
Susie Green Interview
Hero Stone – from Nilgris more than 300 years old Susie Green is a regular ISpeakHindi.com listener who has done interesting work in India. While you and I might be [...]
Video: VUCast: Can baby videos teach?
Do videos targeted to babies really teach? New Vanderbilt research gives a clear answer. Plus, a Supreme Court justice comes to campus and why one ‘Dore is playing for the New York Times.
Video: Osher Lifelong Learning Winter 2011 preview
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt supports lifelong learning. Watch the Winter 2011 professors describe the upcoming classes. Osher is an organization that provides adults with educational programs, stimulating tours and trips, and a variety of social events. The program reflects the high academic standards espoused by the university on all levels. By offering non-creditkeep reading »
ISS Update - Jan. 3, 2011
The International Space Station video update for Jan. 3, 2011.
Inside the Collections: Paleontology and the Big Bone Room
Paleontology Collections Manager Carl Mehling gives us a behind-the-scenes tour of the Big Bone Room, which houses some of the largest items in the Paleontology collection. Its holdings include one of the largest complete limb bones in the world: the 650-pound thigh bone of the long-necked, plant-eating dinosaur Camarasaurus. Visitors will be able to see this spectacular specimen in the upcoming major exhibition The World's Largest Dinosaurs (April 16, 2011-January 2, 2012), which explores the
Different Functions of Money
Different Functions of Money. Part of the series: Finance & Investment Tips. Money can be used for basic necessities like food, clothing and shelter, with discretionary income being used for investment or recreation. Learn more about the different uses of money.