Louis Tufillaro on iMedia
Louis Tufillaro '12 discusses the purpose and rewards of the fly-in trip: an international service project performed annually as a part of Elon's iMedia program.
Thoracic Oncology: UMGCC Nurse Practitioner
Patients with thoracic cancers (esophagus, lung and chest cavity) are treated in the Thoracic Oncology Program at the University of Maryland Greenabaum Cancer Center. Specialists from all disiplines -- including medical, surgical and radiation oncologists, pathologists, radiologists, genetic counselors and others -- meet as a team to review each patient's case and formulate the best possible treatment plan. In this video, nurse practitioner Michelle Turner, C.R.N.P., explains what you can expec
Penile Implant Program: Infection Control
Dr. Andrew Kramer discusses the Penile Implant Program at The University of Maryland Medical Center and the steps it takes in preventing infections during penile implant surgery. Related Links: Division of Urology http://www.umm.edu/urology/ Penile Implant Surgery: Q&A with Dr. Andrew Kramer http://www.umm.edu/urology/ed/implant_ed.htm Video: Dr. Kramer discusses the Latest ED Treatments http://www.umm.edu/media/video/mht_erectile_dysfunction_kramer_1.htm
William Kerley talks about Britten's Rape of Lucretia and Albert Herring
http://calperformances.org Castleton Festival Opera resident director William Kerley talks about Benjamin Britten's "Rape of Lucretia" and "Albert Herring". Cal Performances presents the West Coast debut of conductor Lorin Maazel's opera company in these two fully-staged chamber operas March 24-27, 2011, at Zellerbach Hall.
ELEC2141 Digital Circuit Design - Lecture 5
ELEC2141 Week 2 Lecture 2: Combinational Logic Circuits 1
The Criteria for Translation
The Criteria for Translation: The Case of the Arabic Bestseller presented March 15, 2011 by Dr. Roger Allen, professor of Arabic and Sascha Jane Patterson Harvie Professor of Social Thought and Comparative Ethics at the University of Pennsylvania.This lecture was made possible by the U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant for "Enhancing Internationalization in the Humanities: Focus on the Middle East."
DMC TV: Welding scholarship
Del Mar College Foundation, Inc. representatives met with a Ray High School student and her family on March 8 to formalize a scholarship agreement, which was provided by an anonymous donor.
Spanier responds to budget proposal
Penn State President Graham Spanier testifies before Pennsylvania Senate Appropriations Committee (3-16-11), and responds to reporters' questions afterward.
Emerging Economies and Global Growth
Emerging economies are outpacing the west, even during a worldwide economic downturn. An accelerating shift towards developing countries means mature economies must look to emerging economies.
China's Policy Response to the Global Financial Crisis
Yu Yongding will be in Australia to deliver the Productivity Commission's Richard Snape Lecture for 2009. An Academician with Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, former Director-General of Institute of World Economics and Politics (1998- ), Professor with Post-Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, President of the China Society of World Economics (2001- ), Editor of China and World Economy, Associate Editor of Asian Economic Policy Review. He was formerly the academic member of
How to Quote Something or Someone
When quoting something or someone, always use quotation marks, credit the individual who said it and include a context of time and place to help clarify its relevance. Use basic copyrighting and citation rules when quoting someone is the focus of this 1:21 minute long video. No examples are shown in this talking head video. At best, a basic guide to what a quote is with the teacher left to explain how to make quote marks and where to place them.
India and NPT: How does a nuclear power and non-signatory of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty en
India's Nuclear Elephant In The Room How can India - a state with nuclear weapons which is not a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) - still influence proceedings at this year's review of the NPT? That's the subject to be discussed at a public lecture today at The Australian National University. The lecture - India and NPT - will be delivered by Professor Swaran Singh of Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, India. Professor Singh says that in the five years since the last review
The Effect of Active Learning Exercises on Academic Performance and Nonintellectual Learning Factors
The current study examined the effect of an active learning-based teaching method on nonintellectual learning dispositions in students enrolled in general psychology. Expected outcomes included improvement in student nonintellectual learning factors, as well as improvement in student academic performance. Two graduate student instructors and four courses of general psychology were recruited for participation. SAT scores, course grades, student ratings of teachers, and measures of nonintellectual
De hongerige wereld : Eetgewoontes vergelijken Deze oefening werd gebruikt in de OKAN-klas. De leerlingen vergelijken eetgewoontes in de wereld. Ze leren taalconstructies met betrekking tot advies geven en omdat-zinnen.
Deze oefening werd gebruikt in de OKAN-klas. De leerlingen vergelijken eetgewoontes in de wereld. Ze leren taalconstructies met betrekking tot advies geven en omdat-zinnen.
Six Minutes of Terror
This lesson discusses how each component of a spacecraft is specifically designed so that a rover can land safely in six minutes. Also, students will learn how common, everyday materials and technology, like nylon, polyester and airbags, are used in space-age technology.
3 The Efficient Markets Hypothesis (EMH) The classic statements of the Efficient Markets Hypothesis (or EMH for short) are to be found in Roberts (1967) and Fama (1970). An ‘efficient’ market is defined as a market where there are large numbers of rational, profit ‘maximisers’ actively competing, with each trying to predict future market values of individual securities, and where important current information is almost freely available to al Dr. Stephen F. Sener, Keck School of Medicine of USC (Feb. 2011) Interprofessional Education at the Arizona Health Sciences Center
Dr. Stephen F. Sener is a professor of surgery at the Keck School of Medicine of USC and chief of surgical oncology at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and Hospital. A renowned breast surgeon, he has published more than 80 peer-reviewed journal articles as well as numerous books and book chapters. Dr. Sener has been a volunteer with the American Cancer Society since 1984 and served as national president in 2004-05. Stephen F. Sener, M.D. Professor of Clinical Surgery Chief, Division o
Students in the University of Arizona's Health Sciences Center to participate in interprofessional training. Interprofessional student teams collaborate with community professionals and residents to promote health by changing something in the community, for example, the services offered to victims of domestic violence. Communities love to collaborate with the students because it allows the community to increase their ability to improve the health of residents. For more information visit http://v
The classic statements of the Efficient Markets Hypothesis (or EMH for short) are to be found in Roberts (1967) and Fama (1970).
An ‘efficient’ market is defined as a market where there are large numbers of rational, profit ‘maximisers’ actively competing, with each trying to predict future market values of individual securities, and where important current information is almost freely available to al
Dr. Stephen F. Sener, Keck School of Medicine of USC (Feb. 2011)
Interprofessional Education at the Arizona Health Sciences Center