UA Commencement to Celebrate Achievement, Community Connection
The spring 2012 graduating class will celebrate commencement May 11-12. Students and their family members are asked to bring canned food items to the ceremonies to benefit the greater Tucson area. It's a tradition in which Wildcats give back to the community.
Peer Advisors & Mentors (PAM) Spotlight: Thomas Lueders
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Peer Advisors & Mentors (PAM) Spotlight: Daniel Fairley II
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Peer Advisors & Mentors (PAM) Spotlight: Katie Apolinaro
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Article :: Setting Up Layout Rules for a Mobile App Design in Adobe InDesign CS6
This excerpt from Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design and Web Premium Classroom in a Book shows you how InDesign lets you work with alternate layouts and helps you adapt your layouts with Liquid Layout rules.
Inside Windows Phone #37 | Anatomy of a Successful WP Game - Taptitude Today we spoke with the awesomely last-named Brandon Furtwangler, about his incredibly successful Windows Phone game, Taptitude.
Today we spoke with the awesomely last-named Brandon Furtwangler, about his incredibly successful Windows Phone game, Taptitude.
Lesson plan and a personal worksheet on the topic of expressing grief.
Discovering Devonian Microfossils
Microfossils are small, fossilized remains of organisms (animal, plant, or protozoa) that require magnification for study. They usually derive from the hard parts of organisms (skeletons, shells, jaws, teeth, seed coverings, etc), and may be imbedded in rock or exist as loose particles within soft substrate. Research studies of microfossils provide insights into ecological and evolutionary relationships among plant and animal communities that existed on earth hundreds of millions of years ago. M
This organism is microscopic and does not cause disease and can be beneficial as a food source for other aquatic animals. A mm square grid is used to observe the measure of length of this organism.
Minimum Measured Ozone Level in 1986
Stratospheric Ozone level for October 7, 1986.
In this interactive activity adapted from the University of Utah's ASPIRE Lab, learn about the frequency and period of an oscillating object. Vary the time it takes a child to jump up and down on a trampoline to see how that changes the frequency of the jumping motion. Next, change the period of a pendulum by adjusting the length of its string and see the mathematical relationship between period and frequency. Finally, see how the electromagnetic spectrum consists of a range of frequencies.
Was werden wir heute Abend machen?
De beschrijving van TV-programma's in een krant of op een website begrijpen.
CTPI: Public Square, Vulnerable Children, February 2012
'Our Vulnerable Children' - a public forum exploring responses to the Government's Green Paper 'Every child thrives, belongs, achieves. Panel: Chris Trotter, Professor Mark Henaghan, Jenny Munro, Dr Pauline Gulliver.
Computer Activities, Physical Exercise, Aging, and Mild Cognitive Impairment:
By: WentzMR Dr. Yonas Geda, a physician scientist at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, discusses his article appearing in the May 2012 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings. The study shows a synergistic interaction between computer use and moderate physical exercise in being associated with a decreased odds of having mild cognitive impairment, the intermediate stage between normal aging and dementia. Available at: http://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(12)00304-7/fulltext
Global View of the Seasons (Interactive)
By measuring subtle differences in light that result from varying concentrations of plant life around the world, scientists are able to better understand Earth. These false-color images provided by the Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) Project provide visual representations of the concentrations of plant life in the oceans and on land. In this interactive activity produced for Teachers' Domain, learn how the distribution of Earth's vegetation changes over the seasons.
How Hurricanes Form (Interactive)
Meteorologists have gone to great lengths to identify the atmospheric conditions that trigger hurricanes. The list of ingredients is fairly short: warm ocean temperatures, lots of moisture in the middle and upper atmosphere, and light winds in the upper atmosphere. In this animation from NASA, learn about the conditions necessary for the creation of a hurricane.
James Garfield's Presidency
President James Garfield was and outgoing and a well-read man, although he had a weakness in policy making. In this video clip, watch the events unfold as President James Garfield's involvement in civil service reforms leads to his assassination. (3:53)
Terrascope/Mission 2016.mov Information on Terrascope and Mission 2016
Information on Terrascope and Mission 2016