Celebrity Readers Theresa Johnson
College of Southern Maryland Senior Executive Director of Marketing and National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) "Communicator of the Year" Theresa Johnson visited the St. Charles Children's Learning Center on the La Plata Campus as a "Celebrity Reader" on Feb. 13. To celebrate Valentine's Day, Johnson read the children's book "Love Bugs" by David A. Carter. Theresa Johnson gave the children Hershey Kisses and candy marshmallows and in return received smiles and hugs. Celebrat
PTVB Christmas Special
An explanation of incidence as the measurement of disease frequency
Opportunities for learning about the world by seeing more of it!
2012 - A Good Start
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Economic Update on WBAI Mar 10th, 2012
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The Life of a Sperm
Nursing students go on the street to interview people on campus about how long sperm live.
Kidney Stones: Symptoms, Prevention, and Relief
Michael Lipkin, MD, of Duke Urology of Raleigh, talks about kidney stones -- what they are, who gets them, and kidney stone treatment and prevention strategies.
South Carolina Medical Center: Patient Experiences at MUSC - MUSC Health
As an academic medical center or teaching hospital, MUSC Health is at the forefront of the latest advances in medicine, with world-class physicians, groundbreaking research and technology that is often among the first of its kind in the world. Patients also benefit from a multidisciplinary team approach to care that involves the close collaboration of specialists from many different areas. To learn more about South Carolina Medical Centers or to find doctors in South Carolina, visit our website
Stroke Treatment Centers: Heather Morrill's Experience with MUSC
Two days before her 38th birthday, Heather Morrill, a mother of three, a wife, and a veterinarian in the Charleston area suffered a stroke. Thanks to the Comprehensive Stroke & Cerebrovascular Center at MUSC, Heather completely recovered and is able to continue in all of those roles. Dr. Raymond Turner explains how a minimally invasive procedure of inserting 7 stents into Heather's artery was able to restore blood flow to her brain and save her life. For more information on stroke treatment c
UMMC Physician Profile: Kelley Banagan, M.D.
This two-minute video introduces viewers to Kelley Banagan, M.D. an assistant professor of orthopaedics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and a spine surgeon at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Dr. Banagan's special interests include spine surgery for trauma and pediatric patients. Watch this video to learn more about her practice at UMMC. Related Links: University of Maryland Orthopaedics http://www.umm.edu/orthopaedic/index.htm University of Maryland Spine Program
March of the Dinosaurs: Part 1
Join Scar, a young Edmontosaurus as he embarks on his first migration across America to escape the long winter and find the sun again. Not for younger viewers. (14:14)
26. Is Intellectual Property the Key to Success? Duke Chapel Live - 3/11/2012 COM300 Session 10 Spring 2012 Redwoods: The Tallest Trees Yangtze That's What Leprechauns Do - By Eve Bunting Academic Integrity and what it means to your future Living within Planetary Boundaries
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Duke Chapel Live - 3/11/2012
Organizational Communications with Geri Girardin 03/09/12 Guest: Brad Wald
Photographer Nick Nichols spent a year planning the nearly impossible: a top-to-bottom photograph of a 300-foot-tall redwood tree. (01:28)
This eight minute video explains how this river is impacted by modern technology and presents some pro and con arguments for this movement. Excellent visuals and interviews.
A fun book to read for St. Patricks Day about leprechauns causing a bit of trouble. This read aloud is done by Mrs. Boyle.(7:52)
http://graduatestudies.concordia.ca/ Join Graduate Studies Associate Dean Cameron Skinner as he walks you through your academic responsibilities as a graduate student and the consequences of not meeting them.
Mark Lynas is an award-winning writer and visiting research associate at Oxford University's Environmental Change Institute who served as an advisor on climate change to the former president of the Maldives. He has authored three books-two on climate change and one focusing on how humans can protect and nurture the biosphere. His lecture, "Living Within Planetary Boundaries: How Should the 'God Species' Respond to Global Environmental Change?" was presented on Mar 2, 2012, as part of the School
Duke Chapel Live - 3/11/2012
COM300 Session 10 Spring 2012
Redwoods: The Tallest Trees
That's What Leprechauns Do - By Eve Bunting
Academic Integrity and what it means to your future
Living within Planetary Boundaries