History of the Holidays: History of Veterans Day
This is a quick look at the history of the holiday honoring those who fought for America, both living and dead. Veterans day and its traditions are briefly explained in this video. (03:29)
Market Pulse: Time to go for gold
Nov. 9 - With world shares sliding ahead of the looming U.S. fiscal cliff, if you're not buying dollars, buy gold, says Credit Agricole CIB Senior FX analyst Adam Myers.
Lesson 02 - One Minute Luxembourgish
In lesson 02 of One Minute Luxembourgish you will learn a few more useful words in Luxembourgish which you'll use every day. Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more. Find out more about One Minute Languages at our website - http://www.oneminutelanguages.com. One Minute Luxembourgish is brought to you by the Radio Lingua Network and is ©Copyright 2008.
Does Philanthropy Make a Difference? | Institute of Politics
Mimi Corcoran, Special Fund for Poverty Alleviation Director at the Open Society Foundations; Christine W. Letts, Interim Director of the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations; and Margaret McKenna, President Emeritus at Lesley University and former Walmart Foundation President participated in a discussion about the power, limitations and complications of philanthropy. IOP Fellow (Fall '12) Sonal Shah moderated the conversation, which covered partnerships, social investing and the challenges
Session 4: Online portfolios (ePortfolios) An electronic portfolio, otherwise referred to as an ePortfolio, is a collection of electronic/digital materials assembled and managed by a learner. ePortfolios are usually stored
Purpose/Aim of this Session
An electronic portfolio, otherwise referred to as an ePortfolio, is a collection of electronic/digital materials assembled and managed by a learner. ePortfolios are usually stored
Catholic Mass - 11/11/2012 (Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time)
Duke Catholic Center Fr. Michael Martin, OFM Conv., celebrant http://catholic.duke.edu Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, 9pm Homily begins @ 18:12 Scripture: First Reading: 1 Kings 17:10-16 Psalm 145: I Will Praise Your Name (137) Second Reading: Hebrews 9:24-28 Gospel: Mark 12:38-44 Hymns (from the the Gather hymnal, ©1994): Processional Hymn: Awake, O Sleeper (803) Offertory Hymn: Take this Moment (673) Communion Hymn: You Are All We Have (505) Meditation: The Lord Is My Light (605)
The future electric car may be one big battery
Swedish researchers believe the problem of battery efficiency in electric cars can be solved by turning the car's entire frame into one, big battery. They say their solution would remove the drag created by today's heavy batteries, vastly increasing the range of electric cars. Jim Drury has the story.
Photo Slideshow: Rare Books Bind Literature, Art
The UA Poetry Center, which specializes in contemporary works, maintains the L.R. Benes Rare Book Room. "All of our rare books have a focus on poetry but we interpret poetry very broadly. So some of the books have very few words and some are rare first editions of a book and we have everything in between," said Wendy Burk, the Poetry Center's Librarian. The collection includes rare and oversized works by the likes of Robert Frost, Emily McVarish and Robert Creeley and also pieces by UA faculty,
Conspiracies, distrust and suspicions of health programmes in Africa [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Tim Allen, Dr Laura Bogart, Dr Heidi Larson, Professor Nicoli Nattrass, Dr Melissa Parker | This panel discussion will explore the challenges posed by distrust and conspiracy beliefs about public health programmes (schistosomiasis, lymphatic filariasis, polio and HIV/AIDS) in sub-Saharan Africa (Uganda, Tanzania, Nigeria and South Africa). The successful development of effective technologies to treat HIV and vaccinate against polio, lymphatic filariasis and schistosomiasis
Charlotte, NC Mayor Anthony Foxx talks about the marketability of lawyers
The Joseph M. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series hosts Charlotte, North Carolina Mayor Anthony Foxx. During his lecture he talks about the impact and marketability lawyers can have
Abraham Lincoln - Second Inaugural Address
NOTE: There are photographs dead Civil War soldiers in this video biography of Abraham Lincoln. Learn about his abolitionist views and his relationship with Frederick Douglass. (02:13)
Breakingviews: Car wars
Nov 14 - Jeffrey Goldfarb talks to Breakingviews editors about how Tesla and Peugeot are affecting the auto industry in different ways.
How to Set a Volleyball Indiana Welcome Center Hitachi Trio Board Demo Sustainable Seafood Hyunuh Yuh 1999
How to Set a Volleyball
How to Set a Volleyball
Located in Hammond, at I-80/94 and Kennedy Avenue, a major thoroughfare in Northern Indiana, the Welcome Center houses an exhibit hall and the John Dillinger Museum. The design encompasses images of the South Shore: stainless steel “waves” of Lake Michigan; concrete “sand dunes;” steel, to represent the industry; farms and the Kankakee River.,Use of this image is restricted to projects related to Destination Indiana.,Lake County Journey
Hitachi Trio Board Demo
Hitachi Trio Board Demo
Harvard University Dining Services is engaged in a process to make the seafood it serves more sustainable and is working with National Geographic Fellow Barton Seaver to develop new sustainability guidelines for large institutions whose seafood choices are constrained by the need to buy in volume and meet sometimes tight budget targets.
South Korean-born American soprano, Hyunuh Yuh, was a student at the Peabody Conservatory. She later graduated earning a Master of Music and an Artist Diploma. She is accompanied on piano by her sister Hyon-Sook Park.
Indiana Welcome Center
Hitachi Trio Board Demo Sustainable Seafood Hyunuh Yuh 1999
Hyunuh Yuh 1999