Finding a Hero for Kajal
Students at Athens Academy, along with Be the Match, sponsored a bone marrow drive on UGA's campus as an effort to find a match for classmate Kajal Patel, a 6th grader who has been diagnosed with a life-threatening immune disorder.
Charter Lecture 2012
UGA Charter Lecture with Lee Lynd -- Spring 2012 The Spring 2012 Charter Lecture was presented at the University of Georgia Chapel on March 29, 2012, by Lee R. Lynd. Dr. Lynd is the Queneau Distinguished Professor of Engineering at Dartmouth College and leads the Global Sustainable Bioenergy Project. In his lecture, titled "The Sustainable Resource Transition," Dr. Lynd predicts a third social revolution to follow the Agricultural Revolution and the Industrial Revolution that he described as t
Lower Beginner S2 #1 - Can You Talk About Your Daily Routine in Japanese
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You’re sitting in the lunch room at your Japanese office when your new coworker comes in holding his lunch. You want to make him feel welcome, so you invite him to eat with you in Japanese. Before you know it, you’re having a great conversation—you might even make a new friend [...]
The Power of the Color Red
Researchers at the University of Rochester have been looking at how the color red affects the way that people perceive others for a number of years now. One previous study looked at how men perceive women differently when they dressed in red versus other colors. In that study, participants were shown photos of women that were identical, with the exception of their clothing color. The men in that study saw the women that were wearing red in the photos as appearing more sexually interested and ava
3 with IOP: Martha Coakley
IOP 2015 Spring Fellow and former Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley shares what her Study Group is about and discusses why more women don’t run for office, how to encourage them to do so and what the future of Politics looks like for women.
The Future of the Present: Faculty Imagine the FAS at 400 - Conversations@FAS
How will the digital revolution transform the FAS in 25 years? How could the role of individual scholars change as access to and quantities of data exponentially increase? What function should the Harvard campus serve when virtual classrooms can reach across the world? How should universities allocate their resources, physically and financially, as new technologies demand and enable fresh collaborations? Join us for two panel discussions that imagine how current trends may transform the way Harv
Poetry Readings 04/03/2012
Eric Greinke, W. Todd Kaneko and Mursalata Muhammad present their original poems at The Grand Rapids Poets' Conference 04/03/2012.
Pruis Calculus 04/02/2012
Pruis Calculus 04/02/2012
Cartooning: Drawing a Shark
Watch this video to learn to draw a cartoon shark. Detailed, step-by-step directions are demonstrated. The cartoonist explains how to stylize features when creating cartoons.
SHARE Scholar Edgardo Paredes
Thunderbird School of Global Management SHARE Scholar Edgardo Paredes from Peru describes his path to Thunderbird and his career ambitions. http://www.thunderbird.edu/share
Narrowing the Search for Dark Matter
Scientists have further narrowed the search for a hypothetical particle that could be dark matter, the mysterious stuff that makes up 80 percent of all the mass in the universe. This video from NASA Astrophysics presents the new results, compiled from two years' worth of data from NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. (03:03)
Wonder Red’s –ING Word Game
Join Wonder Red as she helps to get bananas out of a tree using rhyming skills to figure out what -ING word was necessary! Wonder Red helps viewers to sound out -ING words and practice rhyming to solve the problem! (3:13)
MrExcel's Learn Excel Logarithmic Scale
Learn About the Explorer Christopher Columbus
In this video clip, from World Wide Media, learn about the famous explorer and voyages of Christopher Columbus. (2:09)
Energy, the Media and You: Behind the scenes with top science reporters Panelists: Eli Kintisch, Alister Doyle, Hepeng Jia, Joyce Murdoch
Panelists: Eli Kintisch, Alister Doyle, Hepeng Jia, Joyce Murdoch
6.170 Software Studio - Lecture 14 Recorded 4/4/12
Faculty are great
Faculty at Krannert are very hands-on and also volunteer in extra-curricular activities
Use advising properly for best results
The sooner the students identify that some courses are not going alright for them, the easier it is to rectify that problem.
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Acids and Bases: Cabbage Juice Indicator
The substances that chemists collectively call acids and bases come in many different forms. Despite this variety, all acids tend to react with other substances in much the same way. Reactions involving bases also share many common characteristics with one another. In this video segment adapted from ZOOM, cast members demonstrate how to use cabbage juice to determine whether a solution is acidic or basic. (1:34)