Great Lakes SeaWiFS False Color Stills
SeaWiFS false color (chlorophyll-phytoplankton levels) ocean and true color land of the Great Lakes for 36 dates from September 15, 1997 to August 2, 1998
Urban Growth: Washington, District of Columbia
Starting with a view of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, the D.C. border and the Beltway fade in. The view then pushes in, indicating urban growth with red dots. Data sets for 1973, 1980, 1985, 1990, and 1996 are presented chronologically.
Gaps in the Earths Radiation Belts
The Earth's radiation belts (violet & white) change considerably due to a number of influences, ranging from a changing solar wind to the lightning on the Earth. Here we see a range of variation in the electron flux in early December 2003. White indicates higher electron flux than violet. The gray curves represent the lines of the Earth's magnetic field. These radiation belts are constructed on a per-orbit basis with data from SAMPEX.
2011 URI Black Scholar Awards Ceremony
The 14th Annual Black Scholar Awards Program recognized outstanding Black graduating seniors who have excelled in areas such as leadership, community service, arts, sciences, and research. The 2011 Onyx Senior Honor Society was inducted during the program. Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, Class of 1999, gave the keynote speech. He is a sports commentator for the NPR program, The Takeway and author of Green Deen.
Green tips for students at the University of Memphis.
Ten things you can do in your dorm room or on campus to help save energy and resources from the University of Memphis.
Maurice Hamovitch Interview
In this video, the late Maurice Hamovitch, professor emeritus and former dean of the USC School of Social Work, discusses his career and life in the field of social work, including the 43 years he spent at USC. Hamovitch was a distinguished sociologist who was personally responsible for many significant contributions to both social work and medical literature. Hamovitch was interviewed by Paul E. Hadley on April 19, 1995, as part of the USC Emeriti Center's H. Dale Hilton Living History Proje
Sunday Service - 5/8/2011 - Bruce Puckett
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Bruce Puckett delivers a sermon entitled "Wrong Question, Right Answer." Bulletin: http://bit.ly/k8keUl
Savannah Guthrie Returns to her Hometown for Commencement
Savannah Guthrie visited the UA campus as commencement speaker for the graduation ceremony for the class of 2011.
Illinois State Finals Week-Produced by students of Illinois State
Students share how to study for finals and where to study on campus.
Designing & Teaching Hybrid Courses - Alexander R. Pagnani
Innovation 20/20 "Designing & Teaching Hybrid Courses: How online instruction can improve your classroom effectiveness" Online courses are known to elicit a range of strong reactions from students and faculty alike. Some prefer the ease and convenience of online flexibility, while others bemoan the lack of face-to-face interaction and the potential for technological difficulties. In this session, Mr. Pagnani presents a third option -- "partially online" hybrid courses -- that he suggests can
Work the Bugs Out: Study Biological Science
Text-only transcript: http://www.caes.uga.edu/global/media/texttranscript.cfm?vid=lZwS0WeYvFo Study Biological Science: http://students.caes.uga.edu/undergraduate/majors/biological-science.cfm Graduates from the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UGA have many job opportunities in the state of Georgia and around the world. --- Amanda Parnell Descriptive Text for Video The scene opens with Amanda outside at Rock Eagle 4-H Center, explaining something to a group of students.
Robbins Tower Dedication
The Dedication of the Robbins Tower was held on April 22, 2011. The Tower was given in honor of Dr. W. David Robbins, Dean of the Robins School of Business from 1959-1977 by Alice and Bob Jepson (B'64, GB'75 and H'87).
A rare Choctaw spelling book and Choctaw catechism are stored in the University of Mississippi's Archives and Special Collections.
American Sign Language Meets American Idol at University of Rochester
In a clever play on American Idol, University of Rochester undergraduates and high school students from the Greece Central School District show off their knowledge of American Sign Language during Sign Idol, a competition in which students interpret the lyrics to songs using sign language. Sponsored by undergraduate student group, American Sign Language Club, Sign Idol gives students a chance to practice English to ASL interpretation in an innovative, fun way. Music: "Enter the Party," Kevin Ma
Wind Ensemble - Musical Moods 2011
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held at GRCC Sneden Hall. April 14, 2011
Spartan Sagas: Gail Tavill, Good for business and for the planet.
In Gail Tavill's line of work, the phrase "less is more" is a way of life. As vice president of sustainable development at ConAgra Foods, she's tasked with ensuring the company does more for the planet by burdening it less. At ConAgra, Tavill directs the integration of sustainable technologies to create environmentally friendly packaging and products—from using postconsumer materials in frozen food trays and manufacturing ketchup bottles that are easier to recycle to promoting the sustainabl
MSU convocation speaker and honorary degree recipient Steve Wozniak, Spring 2011
Apple Computer Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak spoke at Michigan State University's Undergraduate Convocation on Friday, May 6 at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center. Wozniak gave the keynote address and received an honorary doctorate of engineering. Here, he talks with University Relations about his advice for graduates.
MSU commencement speaker and honorary degree recipient Roger Ferguson Jr., Spring 2011
Roger Ferguson Jr., president and CEO of TIAA-CREF, a leading financial services organization, spoke at the Advanced Degree Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 6, and also received an honorary doctorate of business. Here, he talks with University Relations about his advice for graduates.