What Does an Interaction Designer Do? (Part II)
This is a panel discussion presented by the California College of the Arts Interaction Design Program, which was filmed October 3, 2011, at 7 p.m. in Timken Lecture Hall on the San Francisco campus of CCA. What is Interaction Design? What's a day in the life? Why would you become an interaction designer? How do you stay current? What's the future? In this event these questions and were answered by a panel of distinguished and diverse interaction designers from our community. Panelists: The S
Séance on a Sunday Afternoon
In this video we meet the cast and Director of Séance On A Sunday Afternoon, Lakeside's latest in-house production written by Stephen Lowe. Recently bereaved, and lost to the world and herself, CECILIA finds herself at the legendary Rennes Le Chateau in the South of France, believed by many to be the final resting place of Mary Magdalene, where she hopes and prays for meaning. Performances take place between 14 - 29 October 2011. For more information and booking visit Lakeside's website http
Tower Views - Black Alumni Weekend
In this edition of "Tower Views," host Larry Burns, vice president for external affairs, is joined by Kenneth Harbin, a UT senior helping to plan the upcoming Black Alumni Weekend.
The hunt for dangerous animals on the loose in Ohio
Oct. 19 - The hunt continues for large, exotic animals let go by a farm owner in Ohio who then committed suicide, according to Sheriff Matt Lutz of Muskingum County, adding that police have had previous complaints over the past few years or so. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
President Lambert speaks at the Dedication of the multi-faith center
President Leo M. Lambert spoke to a large crowd at the dedication of the Numen Lumen Pavilion, a multi-faith center soon to be built on Elon's campus.
Shelby Knox: “Bless Her Heart – How One Good Southern Girl Changed the World”
Watch video of the Oct. 17 talk “Bless Her Heart – How One Good Southern Girl Changed the World,” by Shelby Knox. Shelby Knox is nationally known as the subject of the Sundance award-winning film, The Education of Shelby Knox, a 2005 documentary chronicling her teenage activism for comprehensive sex education and gay rights in herkeep reading »
Student Creative Works and Closing Remarks by Barrie Thorne
GWS Undergraduate Video Montage - produced by Mari Rosas, Megan Justus, Tatianna Peck and Recollection: Performing Feminist Scholarship - directed by Heather Rastovac and Karin Shankar, PhD students in Performance Studies at UC Berkeley Recollection invites you to consider with us, the various modes in which we may perform feminist scholarship; we embody, we lend voice to, we lend silence to, we lend song to, we write, we repeat, we pass on, we lend rhythm to the relationship between women and
The eleven minute video provides an overview of this city. There isn't much depth, but does deal with enough history to make it usable.
Microsoft Office lifts results
Oct 20 - Summary of business headlines: Microsoft hits earnings target, AT&T misses on revenues; Greek lawmakers pass a painful set of austerity measures as protesters shut down central Athens for a second day; Stocks end mixed. Conway Gittens reports.
The New Anbar Awakening, 2009-2011
Michael Albin discussed his deployment to Iraq. Speaker Biography: Michael Albin is the former chief of Anglo-American Acquisitions at the Library of Congress. For captions, transcript, or more information visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=5265.
11.07. Gains and Losses During a Change in the Money Relation 12.04. Utility "Ex Post": Free Market and Government U.S. targets 4 million with refi program: HUD Secretary Conceptual Framework MRSEC Graphene Process Walt de Heer, Georgia Tech Spring 2014 Student Address India's rail ambitions still on track: company executive YouTube generation looks for a job Saudis grieve Prince Sultan's death
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Oct. 24 - U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan says a new proposal to help homeowners with underwater mortgages will target 4 million people but it's unclear how many will participate.
Guest Speaker: Vali Nasr, Professor of International Politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. Author of Forces of Fortune: The Rise of the New Muslim Middle Class and What It Means for Our World (2009) and The Shia Revival (2006). http://www.olli.berkeley.edu/courses/index.html
MRSEC Graphene Process Walt de Heer, Georgia Tech
Deveraux Smith, of Waldorf was the student speaker for CSM's 55th Spring Commencement. "[Smith] used his time here at CSM very wisely by becoming deeply involved in the La Plata Student Association, the Black Student Union, Phi Theta Kappa and the National Honor Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS). Rarely have I met a student that is more committed to his fellow students," said Gottfried. Smith told his fellow graduates that there are no guidelines to what success looks like. "Success is tr
Oct. 26 - India's ambitious plan to build a new freight line to boost efficiency is on track despite setbacks in funding, says an executive of DFCC, the company in charge of building the railway.
Oct. 21 -In the UK, employers and recruitment agencies are experimenting with video as a way of expediting the search for potential employees. Matt Cowan reports.
Oct.22 - Saudi Arabia mourns Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz al-Saud's death. Jessica Gray reports.
12.04. Utility "Ex Post": Free Market and Government U.S. targets 4 million with refi program: HUD Secretary Conceptual Framework MRSEC Graphene Process Walt de Heer, Georgia Tech Spring 2014 Student Address India's rail ambitions still on track: company executive YouTube generation looks for a job Saudis grieve Prince Sultan's death
U.S. targets 4 million with refi program: HUD Secretary
MRSEC Graphene Process Walt de Heer, Georgia Tech
Spring 2014 Student Address
India's rail ambitions still on track: company executive
YouTube generation looks for a job
Saudis grieve Prince Sultan's death