HILT 47 Beth Altringer
Beth Altringer talks about her Hauser Grant project (Expanding existing innovative program for assessing student learning in hands-on innoveation courses) where she plans to advance methods for better assessing how teams interact and ideas develop during experiential learning in multi-disciplinary engineering classes focused on design and innovation.
Optical-fibre communications became commercially viable in the 1970s and innovation continues today. This unit will illustrate how very high data rates can be transmitted over long distances through optical fibres. You will learn how these fibres are linked, examine the technology used and assess the future direction of this continually developing area of communication.
Submit Questions to Nobel Laureates and Other Experts about Genetics and Society
Online audiences have an opportunity to pose questions to Nobel Laureates, other prominent scientists and thought leaders about genetics and genomics at a unique science conference, titled Nobel Week Dialogue, taking place on December 9th 2012. Focusing on the theme of "The Genetic Revolution and its Impact on Society", this one day meeting will review current and future prospects for personalised medicine, genetically modified organisms and human evolution and biology. Go to:http://www.nobelw
Arensky Piano Trio - MIT Chamber Music MIT students perform the Piano String Trio No. 1 in D Minor composed by Anton Arensky. Bravo to violinist Pam Cai, cellist June Kim, and pianist Ray Hwa Wu. And thanks to their coach Marcus thompson. Four movements: Allegro, Scherzo, Elegia, and Finale. Killian Hall, December, 2012
MIT students perform the Piano String Trio No. 1 in D Minor composed by Anton Arensky. Bravo to violinist Pam Cai, cellist June Kim, and pianist Ray Hwa Wu. And thanks to their coach Marcus thompson. Four movements: Allegro, Scherzo, Elegia, and Finale. Killian Hall, December, 2012
UTMC on the 2013 Flu Season
Creighton Award 2012 recipient: Dr. Barbara Craig
The following Del Mar College video clip includes comments made by Dr. Barbara Craig, professor of English, during her award acceptance speech as well as introductory remarks by Marla Chisholm, professor of speech.
Who Decides?: Research Priorities || Radcliffe Institute
Research Priorities: The Impact of Gender on the Scope, Funding, and Analysis of Health Research This panel considers whether gender drives commercial and public research in particular diseases, the politics of health campaigns, the formulation and analysis of clinical trials, and the role of the marketplace and private funding in addressing diseases that affect women and men differently. 00:00 Daniel Carpenter, Director of the Social Sciences Program, Academic Ventures at the Radcliffe Instit
Financial Aid: How to Find and Complete eForms
This instructional video clip is designed to provide information about the Financial Aid process at Del Mar College and is part of a Financial Aid Video Series for 2012-2013.
This clip from America Revealed provides a visual representation of all different types of power plants that we have in the U.S. (00:47)
Duke Medicine Profiles: John H. Sampson, MD, PhD, MBA, MHSc
Get to know Duke's cancer doctors.
60 Seconds With.......Dr Richard Kwiatkowski - Research Ethics
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SuperUROP project titled: Gribouille: software to Modify Recorded Video Lectures, presented by Alexa MIT EECS - Quanta Computer Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Alexandra Hsu presented her project titled "Gribouille: software to Modify Recorded Video Lectures" at the SuperUROP poster presentation held Dec. 6, 2012 at the MIT Grier Room, 34-401. Alex Hsu's advisor is EECS professor Fredo Durand.
MIT EECS - Quanta Computer Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Alexandra Hsu presented her project titled "Gribouille: software to Modify Recorded Video Lectures" at the SuperUROP poster presentation held Dec. 6, 2012 at the MIT Grier Room, 34-401. Alex Hsu's advisor is EECS professor Fredo Durand.
Lecture with Harrell Fletcher
The CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts presented a free discussion with Harrell Fletcher and Travis Souza at California College of the Arts, San Francisco campus, Friday, September 30, 2011, from 7 to 9 p.m. Info: 415.551.9210, wattis.org
Dr. MLK, Jr. Remembered
Thanks to the efforts of a humble Baptist preacher, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the law is bound to uphold equal rights for all people across the country, regardless of race, color, or creed. (02:35)
Improving the University's Instruction through Game Systems
By: UP Los Baños Documentation on the UPLB Centennial Professorial Lecture on "Improving the University's Instruction through Game Systems" by Prof. Jon Paul F. Maligalig, Assistant Professor, College of Development Communication held on December 12, 2012 at the CDC Lecture Hall
Cornelius Castoriadis Agora International website
The Cornelius Castoriadis Agora International website provides information about the life and work of the Greek 20th century political philosopher, economist, and psychoanalyst. The site, which offers content in a wide range of languages, features: a news section; a brief biography of Castoriadis which includes an overview of his thought; and a transcript of a lengthy interview with Castoriadis, conducted in 1990. Other resources include bibliographies of works by and about him, a list of links
Puzzle-Making : What Architects Do When No One is Looking
The thesis of this paper is that architects work in a manner that is antithetical to problem-solving because they cannot explicate desired effects prior to their realization through the design process. In an attempt to clarify architecture's uncommon mode of action the author suggests that instead of specifying what they are trying to accomplish prior to their attempts to accomplish it as problem-solver do, architects treat design as a search for the most appropriate effects that can be attained
Factors affecting treatment decision making for women with breast cancer
This study examined the factors affecting treatment decision making for young women with early stage breast cancer. Thirty women, aged 35 to 52 years, were presented information about two equally effective chemotherapy treatments following surgery for breast cancer using an educational instrument called a "decision board." Although equally effective, the treatments differ with regards to side effects and treatment schedule. The purpose of this research was to investigate what factors affect the