Going to Work For Ford
Hired before his last semester! Living a dream.
1.2 Exponents and Order of Operations
Early Civilizations in India
This three minute video provides an overview of Buddha and the movement that he started. A lot of information is provided and main points made.
Nature by Design - Innovation at Harvard
What can termites teach us about building complex computer systems? Radhika Nagpal, Thomas D. Cabot Associate Professor of Computer Science, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, explores the power of robust collective systems in nature—used by bees, fish, and even termites—and applies these principles to the design of robots and computer networks.
Preview of First Annual ANDkids World Film Festival 2009
Presented by Notre Dame's DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, the ANDkids World Film Festival will take place July 23 to 25, featuring live action and animated features, shorts, repertory classics, documentaries and outdoor screenings. Showcasing the best in culturally diverse cinema for children, the festival will reach children of all ages with inspiring, multi-cultural messages, diverse stories and intellectually stimulating activities. Learn More: DeBartolo Performing Arts Center: http://per
Faculty conversations: Joseph Krajcik
Joseph Krajcik, director of CREATE for STEM, talks about the importance of improving the teaching and learning in mathematics and science from kindergarten to higher education. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/faculty-conversations-joseph-krajcik/
Metend Rekenen : Bruto, tarra en netto Je ontdekt hier een korte interactieve presentatie om de begrippen bruto, tarra en netto te verklaren. Op het einde zijn er enkele oefeningen die de leerlingen klassikaal kunnen oplossen. De oefeningen op het einde bevatten een link naar …
Je ontdekt hier een korte interactieve presentatie om de begrippen bruto, tarra en netto te verklaren. Op het einde zijn er enkele oefeningen die de leerlingen klassikaal kunnen oplossen.
De oefeningen op het einde bevatten een link naar …
Otis Visiting Designer: Jean Francois Porchez
Jean François Porchez is a French type designer. He was president of ATypI (Association Typographique Internationale), the leading organisation of type designers from 2004 to 2007. He is probably best known for releasing the new typefaces for Le Monde, the French evening newspaper in 1994. He has designed custom typefaces for customers such as Beyoncé Knowles, Costa Crocieres, France Télécom, Peugeot, RATP (Public Transport in Paris), and distributes his retail typefaces internationally via
Otis Visiting Designer: Ryder Ripps
Ryder Ripps is American, born July 7, 1986. In 2009, Ripps established InternetArchaeology.org in an attempt to archive and present some content from GeoCities upon Yahoo!'s closure of the site. In November 2009, Ripps co-founded the surfing club Dump.fm along with Tim Baker of Delicious (website) and Scott Ostler. The site allows real-time communication and collaboration using images. Ripps called it "an iteration of both the chat room and the image board, as it uses pictures to create convers
PHY195 Session 5 Spring 2012
Astronomy with Bruce Betts of the Planetary Society 03/07/12
China and Emerging Corporate Responsibility
Opening event for ChinaFest 2012 at the University of Richmond. Features William Valentino, internationally recognized scholar and expert on China and corporate social responsibility. © 2012 Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Richmond School of Professional & Continuing Studies. Recorded February 9, 2012.
FACES: ROTC alumna
A Del Mar College graduate and ROTC alumna reflects on the lessons learned while pursuing associate degrees in Kinesiology and Math and how they've helped her succeed as a member of the ROTC program at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
Before the Journey: AU Symphonic Band heading to China
The Auburn University Symphonic Band travels to and performs in China in March 2012. http://ocm.auburn.edu/abroad/china2012/
Transboundary Water Management in Central Asia Challenges and Opportunities
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Throughout the Harvard community, students, faculty, staff, and alumni/ae are working every day across disciplines and around the globe to generate innovative ideas and solutions. Here are just a few examples.
Power Play - Innovation at Harvard
Bringing electricity to remote areas in developing countries is a challenge Harvard graduates Jessica Matthews AB '10 and Julia Silverman AB '10 are tackling head on. As students, they developed sOccket, a soccer--ball--shaped device that harnesses the kinetic energy generated as users kick, dribble, or throw it around. Once the energy is stored, small electrical devices such as LED lights can be plugged into sOccket. Matthews and Silverman are now working with organizations serving resource-poo
To Preserve and Protect - Innovation at Harvard
Working at the intersection of art and science, Harvard conservators are giving new life to the rare texts, photographs, and materials in the special collections at the Harvard Library. Brenda Bernier, acting head of the Weissman Preservation Center at Harvard Library and the Paul M. and Harriet L. Weissman Senior Photograph Conservator, and her team use innovative technologies to protect and preserve these vital materials, ensuring that they are available for generations to come.
Getting with the Program - Innovation at Harvard
Students from all disciplines flock to Computer Science 1, or "CS50," one of the most popular offerings at Harvard. Taught by David Malan, senior lecturer on computer science in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the course gives participants the opportunity to become savvy programmers, creating apps and tackling new and unfamiliar problems across a wide spectrum. It culminates in the CS50 fair, where students showcase their efforts for the entire Harvard community.
Innovation Motivation - Innovation at Harvard
In lecture halls, laboratories, and spaces across Harvard, dedicated teachers including Kevin Kit Parker, Gordon McKay Professor of Bioengineering and Applied Physics in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, are creating fertile environments for innovation, championing bold ideas and encouraging students to think in new ways. They push their students to achieve extraordinary things—in the classroom and beyond.