ART 101-02, Drawing, Fall 2005
The class will provide the student with a working knowledge of traditional drawing materials and approaches. Additionally the instructor will use a variety of open-ended projects to expand the students’ drawing ability (vocabulary) and their ability to solve problems. Hopefully, through the class the student can understand better the role drawing can play in their life.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
ART 305-01, Intermediate & Advanced Painting, Fall 2005
This class is an opportunity to customize your influences. It’s a chance to ilk out paths and options but also to experiment with making a body of work that stands on your own ideas (an experiment that helps you step outside of your boundaries is the most valuable one.) You’ll have many opportunities for such experiments this semester. I want to see you take risks and dare to make substantive changes in both paintings in progress and in your attitudes, ideas and explorations surrounding the
ART 323-01, Italian Renaissance Art, Fall 2005
Students will be introduced to the major artists, movements, and critical issues in Italian Renaissance Art. We will investigate the techniques, styles, contexts, imagery and the ways in which art was produced, displayed, and critically received. Other topics covered will include the role of the artist and patron in Renaissance Italy. Students will be exposed to current debates, controversies, and methodologies pertinent to art historical study. An important component of the course involves crit
ART 318-01, Greek Art and Architecture, Fall 2005
This course will survey the main periods and works of Greek art and architecture, employing a variety of interpretative strategies to the works. The goal of this study is to gain a better understanding of what motivated Greek artistic production and how the ancient Greeks interpreted and used those works.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
"Communication for Managers, Fall 2008"
" Writing and speaking skills necessary for a career in management. Students polish communication strategies and methods through discussion, examples, and practice. Several written and oral Assignments and Labs, most based on material from other subjects and from career development activities. Schedule and curriculum coordinated with 15.311 Organizational Processes class. Restricted to first-year Sloan School of Management graduate students. Students may also enroll in 15.277 Special Seminar in
Floating-Point Data Type
An explanation of the floating-point data type to include: float, double and long double.
Duke Patient Story: Eric Gabriel
Eric Gabriel came to Duke when his doctors could no longer help him with his knee. Watch his emotional journey -- and keep watching until the end to see the latest chapter in his story.
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Models for Relating Science and Religion
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Stem cells in Research and in the Clinic
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ART 265-01, Introduction to Sub-Saharan African Art, Fall 2006
This course will explore the art of Sub-Saharan Africa from ancient sculpture to modern textile techniques. It will emphasize late 19th and early 20th century arts from four main regions: West Africa, Central Africa, Eastern Africa, and South Africa. We will spend more time in West and Central Africa because this is where the majority of research on African art has been done. By the end of this course, you will have a solid base of the art of several renown peoples, a working knowledge of the co
Amanda Knox's family disputes testimony
June 27 - Amanda Knox's mother says a key witness in her daughter's murder appeal lied to an Italian court. Deborah Gembara reports.
ICSE 2011: Danny Dig - Retrofitting Parallelism into a Sequential World Dr. Danny Dig is a Principal Investigator at the Universal Parallel Computing Research Center (UPCRC Illinois). UPCRC's stated mission is to make parallel programming synonymous with programming. Dr. Dig leads research on refactorings that retrofit parallelism into existing sequential code. How do you retrofit parallelism into a seq
Dr. Danny Dig is a Principal Investigator at the Universal Parallel Computing Research Center (UPCRC Illinois). UPCRC's stated mission is to make parallel programming synonymous with programming. Dr. Dig leads research on refactorings that retrofit parallelism into existing sequential code. How do you retrofit parallelism into a seq
Franse woordenschat inoefenen Deze site biedt tal van woordenschatthema's aan om de Franse taal te verwerven of verder in te oefenen. Elk thema bevat auditieve fragmenten waar vraagjes bijhoren die je online aan de hand van multiple choice kan invullen. Elk thema is ook als …
Deze site biedt tal van woordenschatthema's aan om de Franse taal te verwerven of verder in te oefenen. Elk thema bevat auditieve fragmenten waar vraagjes bijhoren die je online aan de hand van multiple choice kan invullen. Elk thema is ook als …
Trade and Inequality Revisited [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Paul Krugman | Manufactured imports from developing countries have risen sharply since the mid-90s, when the effects of trade on inequality were a major political issue. Should we be reconsidering the link between globalisation and inequality?
The role of banks in a globalised economy: balancing innovation and stability [Audio]
Speaker(s): Alessandro Profumo | Banks are called upon to play a primary role, in cooperation with policymakers and regulators, in the quest for better levels of financial stability for the system as a whole. The real economy's needs must be central to the bank's characteristic function. Alessandro Profumo has been the Chief Executive Officer of UniCredit Group since it was founded in 1997; as of December 2005 he is Chairman of the Supervisory Board of HVB and as of July 2006 he is Chairman of t
Designing Policies for Growth - 19 January 2009 [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Philippe Aghion | In Monday's lecture Professor Aghion will lay down the framework to think about growth policy design. Philippe Aghion is Robert C Waggoner Professor of Economics, Harvard University.
Democracy in Kuwait and its effect on the Gulf [Audio]
Speaker(s): Abdullah Bishara | Significant political reform processes are underway in all six member-states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). In this lecture the first secretary-general of the GCC will reflect on their progress and future prospects. Abdullah Bishara was secretary-general of the GCC from 1981-93.
The Future of Banking in a Global Economy [Audio]
Speaker(s): Vikram Pandit | Today's financial and economic wreckage will provide the foundations for a system on which a stronger future will be built. This will only happen with a real cooperation and collaboration that is hard to envisage amidst the growing clamour for protectionism, speculation over the possible nationalisation of the banking system, and questions over the right of those at the centre of the industry to be part of the solution. In his lecture, Vikram Pandit will outline his v
Imagining a Humanist Europe [Audio]
Speaker(s): Francois Bayrou | Frangois Bayrou will address the theme of humanism. He will outline how he believes that Europe needs a new set of values and specially humanism after the failures of capitalism. Frangois Bayrou is the leader of the French centre party called Mouvement Democrate (Democratic Mouvement) and former presidential candidate. Mr Bayrou entered politics in the early 1980s and joined the centre right party called UDF. He served as education minister in centre-right governmen