UW 360 January 2012: BAIT
Albert Folch is a bioengineering professor who makes beautiful graphic art from microscopic images. His work has been exhibited around the UW in various locations. UW 360 profiles the fascinating people, programs and community connections that define the University of Washington. The show looks at a wide range of UW topics from solar energy, to heart tissue regeneration, to neighborhood farmer's markets - and much more. With an abundance of UW stories to tell, each episode will give viewers a
UW 360 January 2012: Moment of Discovery
A look back to the University of Washington in the early 1960s and a premajor program designed to help students choose a course of study. UW 360 profiles the fascinating people, programs and community connections that define the University of Washington. The show looks at a wide range of UW topics from solar energy, to heart tissue regeneration, to neighborhood farmer's markets - and much more. With an abundance of UW stories to tell, each episode will give viewers a chance to discover a new fa
Health Care Leadership, from an employer's perspective
Porter Health System CEO Jonathan Nalli discusses the benefits of a Health Care Leadership degree in today's evolving healthcare industry. More at valpo.edu/nursing.
Health Care Leadership, from a student perspective
Valparaiso University junior Megan Rivera discusses her experiences in a Health Care Leadership class at Valpo. More at valpo.edu/nursing.
Health Care Leadership, from an educational perspective
Valparaiso University associate professor and coordinator of the Health Care Leadership program discusses the new degree offered at Valpo, and the numerous career paths that it can support. More at valpo.edu/nursing.
MSU's Gretchen Birbeck led a team that is publishing the first-ever guidelines for using antiepileptic drugs and HIV drugs together. In sub-Sahara Africa, up to 55 percent of people with HIV have seizures and need anti-epileptic medication. These guidelines are crucial because not only do they help the individual patient, but they also will prevent the HIV virus from developing resistance and becoming more virulent.
Early Childhood education
Darwin's Frog Carrying Tadpole in its Mouth
This short video gives excellent real life footage of a Darwin's Frog carrying a tadpole in its mouth. Discovered by Charles Darwin in the thick, gloomy forests of southern-central Chile, Darwin’s frog (Rhinoderma darwinii) possesses a distinctive appearance and an unusual biology. The head of this species has a triangular appearance due to the presence of a pronounced, fleshy proboscis that projects from the tip of the snout. This is a great resource to help build background knowledg
Chapter 38 - Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
24:56 Video- Teachers are advised to review content.
Chapter 38: The Victory. Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox. Read by John Greenman.
Basics of the Coordinate Plane
This selection provides an introduction to the basics of the coordinate plane. An interactive board is used to show the x and y axis, quadrants, and an ordered pair. A tip is also provided to help students learn the number of each quadrant. ( 1:46)
National Geographic Live! - Exploring the Edge of Existence
Nobel Laureate John Mather and Nat Geo Explorer-in-Residence Robert Ballard discuss how technology expands the limits of the known universe. (27:50)
Economic Update on WBAI Jan 7th, 2012
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Sageworks CEO on "The Year in Review"
Jan. 10 - Brian Hamilton, CEO of Sageworks, comments on "The Year in Review" in small business and the private sector.
Urgent Emergency Disaster Ultra Readiness
This important part of the video starts at 40 seconds. It tries to be clever, but the most important part of it is the listing and showing of materials that all homes should have to be prepared for an emergency. Preview first as it may not be suitable for all audiences.
Introduction to Linguistics, Spring 2004
This class will provide some answers to basic questions about the nature of human language. Throughout the course, we will be learning (in many different ways) that human language is a surprisingly intricate -- yet law-governed and fascinating mental system. In the first 2/3 of the class, we will study some core aspects of this system in detail. In the last part of the class, we will use what we have learned to address a variety of questions, including how children acquire language, ways in whic
U.S. Morning Call: Goldman Sachs partners could see pay cuts
Jan. 9 - Many partners at Goldman Sachs will see their 2011 income cut by at least 50 percent, but will still take home between $3 and $6.5 million, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Darwin's Frog-Tadpoles Moving Inside Adult Male's Vocal Sac
This very short video gives excellent real life footage of a tadpole moving inside the vocal sac of a male Darwin's Frog. Students will enjoy the close up shots of this amazing scene. Discovered by Charles Darwin in the thick, gloomy forests of southern-central Chile, Darwin’s frog (Rhinoderma darwinii) possesses a distinctive appearance and an unusual biology. The head of this species has a triangular appearance due to the presence of a pronounced, fleshy proboscis that projects from
Otis Fall 2011 Critic-In-Residence: Rhea Anastas
Fine Arts presents a lecture by Visiting Critic in Residence Rhea Anastas. Art historian, curator and critic Anastas co-edited the books Dan Graham: Works 1965-2000 and Witness to Her Art: Art and Writings by Adrian Piper, Mona Hatoum, Cady Noland, Jenny Holzer, Kara Walker, Daniela Rossell and Eau de Cologne. She is working on a book about Andrea Fraser's Unititled (2003). Her lecture "Four Kinds of Pragmatism," considers recently exhibited works by Andrea Fraser, Louise Lawler, Josephine Pryd
UToledo signs agreement with Toledo-area YMCA to improve area health services
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