Afreen Siddiqi - research seminar - part 2 To fit the full seminar it had to be broken into two parts.
To fit the full seminar it had to be broken into two parts.
Harvey Kaye - China Campus
Harvey talks about extracurricular activities at the China Campus.
Talk Easy-Don Schneider-4-What makes a great researcher.mov
Donald Schneider, distinguished professor of astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State and Sloan Digital Sky Survey collaborator talks about what makes a good researcher.
Astronomer Don Schneider explains the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
Penn State astronomer, Don Schneider is a collaborator with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS). The goal of the team is to map a potion of the sky with great detail never achieved before.
Don Schneider talks about the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
In Apache Point, New Mexico, a consortium of researchers are meticulously map galaxies around earth and beyond. Don Schneider is a Penn State astronomer who also collaborates with the group. Here he talks about the telescope they are using and the design behind mapping all those stars.
Discrete Random Variables: Probability Distribution Function (PDF) for a Discrete Random Variable
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module introduces the Probability Distribution Function (PDF) and its characteristics.
Brave New Voices - Team Albuquerque
This clip is from the HBO series called "Brave New Voices." This is Team Albuquerque - and is titled "Public Schools." (01:03)
The TV show is described as follows by the producer:
"We all have a well of creativity inside of us. This show will help
unlock your inner poet." - Executive Producer, Russell Simmons
Sarah Waechter, Partner Manager for Excalibur Almaz Inc.
NASA Public Affairs Officer Kyle Herring talks with Sarah Waechter, partner manager for Excalibur Almaz Inc., on the status of the Space Act Agreement. Excalibur Almaz is one of seven partners associated with the Commercial Crew Program.
Orion: Exploration Flight Test-1 Animation (with narration by Jay Estes)
This animation depicts the proposed test flight of the Orion spacecraft in 2014. During the test, which is called Exploration Flight Test-1 (EFT-1), Orion will launch from Cape Canaveral, Fla., perform two orbits, reaching an altitude higher than any achieved by a spacecraft intended for human use since 1973, and then will re-enter and land in the Pacific Ocean off the west coast of the United States. Narration by Jay Estes, Deputy for flight test integration in the Orion program.
Breakingviews: The AT&T board's missed call
March 13 - Richard Beales and Robert Cyran discuss the move by some AT&T shareholders to split the chairman and CEO jobs.
Breakingviews: Muppets or clients?
March 14 - Rob Cox and Breakingviews columnists discuss the implications of a public resignation in the New York Times of a Goldman Sachs banker.
Sculpture in Egypt
In this video clip, from the Archives of Discovery, take a
look at ancient traditional Egyptian sculptures. (0:30)
Expresión Artística I
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Christopher Emdin speaks to Elon Teaching Fellows
Christopher Emdin is an expert on the use of hip-hop culture to better teach students in urban schools. He visited Elon University this month for public events that shared with faculty and students the science behind his innovative methods.
Do you enjoy discussing the pros and cons of broad issues affecting society? Do you relish puzzle-solving? Do you like subjects that emphasise rigorous thought? If so, philosophy might be the right subject for you. Philosophy considers extremely general and 'ultimate' problems, such as the nature of reality, the purpose of human existence, and the basis of knowledge. It also scrutinises the methods that are used to answer such questions. Cambridge is one of the best places to get a grounding i
The 2012 Goldsmith Awards - Institute of Politics
The Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy presents the Goldsmith Book Prizes, Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, and the Goldsmith Career Award for Excellence in Journalism. Four Associated Press reporters were awarded the Prize for Investigative Reporting for a series of stories about the New York Police Department's widespread surveillance of Muslims after the Sept. 11 terror attacks and Jeffrey E. Cohen and Evgeny Morozov receive the academic and trade boo
Naomi Wolf Diversity Lecture
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Diversity Conversation with Naomi Wolf
Mary Alice Williams of the Nokomis Foundation interviews author and journalist Naomi Wolf as part of the Bob and Aleicia Woodrick Diversity Lecture Series at Grand Rapids Community College.
MSUToday Preview: World Medicine
The MSUToday team takes a look at how Spartans are making a difference in healthcare around the world, from a malaria ward in Africa to a free medical clinic in a mountain village in Peru. Watch the latest premiere of MSUToday: World Medicine at 9 p.m. ET Friday, March 16, 2012. Time/date subject to change. Check your local listings.