UMMC Physician Profile: Andrea Bafford, M.D.
This short video introduces viewers to Dr. Andrea Bafford, assistant professor of surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and a colorectal surgeon at the University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center. Dr. Bafford's special interests include, sphincter-sparing surgery for colorectal cancer, surgical treatment of Crohn's disease and colitis, laparoscopic colon and rectal surgery, surgery for anorectal disorders, laparoscopic treatment of diverticulitis, treatment of rectal prol
The decision process in the financial services industry
Munir Nanji is exploring how board members conceptualise independence and project objectivity in order to successfully govern. Findings have led to the next stage of his research, which will look more closely at Asian family-run boards from the Chair's perspective.
Molecules, Movement, and Motors: James Spudich and Susan K. Dutcher - Radcliffe Institute
"The Molecular Basis of Human Hypertrophic and Dilated Cardiomyopathies" by James Spudich (Stanford University), introduced by Thomas Schwarz (Children's Hospital Boston) "Movement and Motility of the Eukaryotic Cilium" by Susan K. Dutcher (Washington University in St. Louis), introduced by Rosalind Segal (Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and Harvard University)
Nathan Spratt - Civil Rights
ORAL HISTORY INITIATIVE: On George Oppen - Woodberry Poetry Room
Item Description: The Woodberry Poetry Room's Oral History spotlight shines on Objectivist poet George Oppen (1908-1984), featuring a conversation with his daughter, Linda Oppen; his dear friend and fellow poet Rachel Blau du Plessis (editor of "The Selected Letters of George Oppen"); and fellow Eagle Island residents, Bob and Helene Quinn. Introduction by Patrick Pritchett. Date: October 25, 2011 at Thompson Room, Barker Center.
Team Teaching: Two Teachers, Three Subjects, One Project
A pair of educators are sanguine about their art, biology, and multimedia program as they discuss what it is like to work as partners in the classroom and the good and problematic value in team teaching. This four minute video has some good insights.
How to Play a Diatonic Harmonica
Learn how to play a diatonic harmonica with this video. Expert: Marcus Milius provides some tips about playing this instrument. It is 3:22 in length and is designed to encourage students to try to master this instrument.
Intro to Chemistry 7.4: Ideal Gas Law (1/2)
Join Award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry. 7.4: The Ideal Gas Law. This video will teach the Ideal Gas Law which is derived from the Combined Gas Law. ( 6:51)
Stay in the Game
The first site for this Topic in Depth comes from the Department of Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences at Michigan Technological University and is called What Is Seismology? (1). The site describes the basics of seismology, the various types of waves associated with it, and even contains a link that shows you how to make your own P and S waves. Next is the Earthquakes Overview site (2), provided by The Tech Museum. Visitors can explore topics such as seismographs and waves through an
Auschwitz Through the Eyes of Its Commandant
This ten minute video features interviews with survivors of the concentration camps. THIS CLIP EXPLAINS HOW HITLER AND HIS REGIME DEVELOPED "THE FINAL SOLUTION" AGAINST JEWISH PEOPLE. IT IS EXTREMELYDIFFICULT TO WATCH, AND PROCESS. PROCEED WITH CAUTION.
This animation (start by clicking on image) demonstrates the structure of transfer RNA. A linear sequence of nucleotides anneals into a cruciform shape, which folds into an L form. An aminoacyl bond then forms with an incoming amino acid.
Okee Dokee Brothers: 2011 National Book Festival
The Okee Dokee Brothers perform at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: As childhood best friends, Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing dreamed of being professional singer-songwriters. Then, one day (poof!) they were all grown up and playing their music on the scene. Inspired by their own backyard adventures, the Okee Dokee Brothers perform original music that reminds audiences of their own make-believes and treehouse-pretendings. Their CD, "Take It Outside," and their live shows ca
Motor Exam: Abnormal Examples: Upper Extremities - Tone
There is increased tone in the right upper extremity that is rate dependent with the clasp-knife phenomena noted when the arm is flexed. This is spasticity from an upper motor neuron lesion. The first principle of neurologic diagnosis is regional or anatomical localization. In order to become skillful the student must understand how structure relates to function of the nervous system. The neurologic examination permits "dissection" of the nervous system and localizes the disease when present. In