Jim Chu - 2010 SFU Outstanding Alumni Award for Public Service
Jim Chu, BBA 1986 - 2010 SFU Outstanding Alumni Award recipient for Public Service
Chief Constable, Vancouver Police Department
Each year, SFU and the Alumni Association honour our most accomplished graduates with Outstanding Alumni Awards. Nominations are made by alumni, faculty, staff, students and SFU's many friends in the community. The 2010 SFU Outstanding Alumni Awards gala took place Thursday, February 10, 2011.
For more information on Mr. Jim Chu and the 2010 Outstanding Alumni Awards,
Bonaparte - Prelude to Waterloo
This 6:27 minute long video explains how, on the 26th of February, 1815, Napoleon slipped past his enemies after being forced to abdicate, and force to live in isolation on the island of Elba. Within ten months he returned to Paris, welcomed by many. This video will replay automatically.
A semaphorin code defines subpopulations of spinal motor neurons during mouse development.
In the spinal cord, motor neurons (MNs) with similar muscle targets and sensory inputs are grouped together into motor pools. To date, relatively little is known about the molecular mechanisms that control the establishment of pool-specific circuitry. Semaphorins, a large family of secreted and cell surface proteins, are important mediators of developmental processes such as axon guidance and cell migration. Here, we used mRNA in situ hybridization to study the expression patterns of semaphorins
Panel 3: Health Care
14th Annual Travers Conference on Ethics and Accountability
Financing California: Strategies for Fiscal Housekeeping - Panel 3: Health Care
Panel 3: Health Care
MODERATOR: KAREN SHORE, Vice President for Planning and Health Policy, Center for Health Improvement.
LEIF HAASE, Senior Fellow, Health Policy Program, New America Foundation
TOM MACURDY, Professor, Department of Economics, Stanford University
STAN ROSENSTEIN, Former Director, California Medicaid & Principal Advisor, Health Management
Kid's Character Builder-Confidence-Part 1 of 2
In part one of this video confidence is defined as the courage to try. Smuggles was excited about the upcoming duck dash race. Smuggles finds a small, sad duck hiding in a bush named Weatherby. Smuggles tries to help build confidence in Weatherby so he will participate in race. Cute song played. Some lyrics include "When you're feeling so small you can't see past the wall. Confidence will make you 10 feet tall". This is a great teaching resource for a teachable moment that arises in the classroo
Procedures in Emergency Medicine: Needle Cricothyroidotomy
This video is part of a series of videos demonstrating common pro
Samuel the Boy Prophet
In keeping with her vow, Hannah dedicates her child to God. From his days as a young boy serving Eli, the high priest, to guiding the ancient Israelites, Samuel the prophet stands as an inspiring example of how we, too, can delight in our relationship with God. This story brings to life several episodes from the life of Samuel and invites all to discover the joy of faithful service to God. This is a wonderful teaching resource for a Christian classroom, a church activity, and/or for home to shar
Spinach analysis practical
A comparison of the "freshness" of spinach using tlc - takes "typical" 6th form student ca. 1 - 1.5 hours to complete.
Student instruction sheet and Technicians apparatus and chemicals list.
013 LIBER LATINUS IN USUM PUERORUM
Büsching, Anton Friedrich: Liber latinus in usum puerorum Latinam linguam discentium editus (1769)
Here is the link to a readable edition of the text on Europeana:
Reading Comenius' Orbis Pictus would be good preparation for using this text.
This course treats various methods to design and analyze datastructures and algorithms for a wide range of problems. The most important new datastructure treated is the graph, and the general methods introduced are: greedy algorithms, divide and conquer, dynamic programming and network flow algorithms. These general methods are explained by a number of concrete examples, such as simple scheduling algorithms, Dijkstra, Ford-Fulkerson, minimum spanning tree, closest-pair-of-points, knapsack, and B
Mathematics Framework for the 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress
This is an assessment framework, not a curriculum framework. In broad terms, this framework attempts to answer the question: What mathematics should be assessed in 2009 on NAEP at grades 4, 8 and 12? The answer to this question must necessarily take into account the constraints of a large-scale assessment such as NAEP, with its limitations on time and resources. Of critical importance is the fact that this document does not attempt to answer the question: What mathematics should be taught (or ho
Voices from Haiti: Mother of Mothers (Kreyol version)
Kreyol version of the visual poem Mother of Mothers with poetry by Kwame Dawes, images by Andre Lambertson. Full credits below. This video is part of a multi-media series exploring life after the quake, focusing on the lives of those affected by HIV/AIDS. See all related reports: http://pulitzercenter.org/haiti-after-quake
Hyundai in rare earth supply move
Hyundai Motor proposes changes to management rules, to allow greater flexibility when it comes to securing rare earth supplies for future hybrid and electric models.
This section encourages subjective interpretation and is designed to stimulate students to think freely and generate creative ideas. Risk taking is strongly encouraged as students' respond to the works of art. The pre-visit activity, Introducing Symbols, is intended to help students use critical looking and thinking skills to build visual literacy. The on-site activity, Interpreting Symbols and Design, asks students to explore a work of art in a subjective manner, finding their own personal mean
Public Lands: America's Largest Classroom
Are you looking for new ways to increase your students' interest and achievement in science, mathematics, and reading? Is student motivation suffering in your classroom? Why not consider taking your teaching outside? Studies have shown that using the environment as a learning tool not only increases student achievement but also helps students develop lifelong learning skills and a greater sense of respect and responsibility.
If this approach sounds intriguing, consider the Hands on the Land prog
This lesson allows students the opportunity to analyze a document and make assessment and historical prediction based on the text.
Simple art lesson for getting kids in touch with their bodies and their individuality. Ties into historical Buddhist footprint art.
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