History of Spain - National Geographic
This 3:25 long video is a history starting with its domination by Rome. It touches on the battles between the Muslims and the Catholics, but does not tell of its leader's actions against the Jews. This is at best a glossy overview best used for younger students.
Dag van de jeugdbeweging 2011 : Les over armoede Het thema van de dag van de jeugdbeweging 2011 is 'Armoede is een onrecht. Maak er spel van.' In deze bijdrage vind je een lesvoorbereiding rond dit thema. Leerlingen werken tijdens deze les in groepjes. Elke groep krijgt een …
Het thema van de dag van de jeugdbeweging 2011 is 'Armoede is een onrecht. Maak er spel van.' In deze bijdrage vind je een lesvoorbereiding rond dit thema. Leerlingen werken tijdens deze les in groepjes. Elke groep krijgt een …
"Petroleum Technology Presentation" (video)
A talk by Brian C. Gahan, Energy Consultant; Chair of the Chicago Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers; former Senior Scientist and Manager of E&P Technology Development at the Gas Technology Institute. Session 4 of the conference "Petroleum: Prospects and Politics." Sponsored by the Chicago Society. Co-sponsored by the Student Government of the Universi
Press Conference: Lakota
The UGA College of Veterinary Medicine held a press conference Thursday in order to update the condition of Lakota, the K-9 officer severely injured in single-car accident on Oct. 3. The following are comments from Dr. Scott Rose, Lakota's orthopedic surgeon as well as images of Lakota.
Planning and Fuel Use: A Highly Critical Survey [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Alan Evans | LSE London's 2013 Lent term seminar series begins on the 14th of January. Speakers from within and beyond academia will focus on many of the implications of the current economic and political environment for London, covering relevant issues such as the road pricing, UK trends in higher education, census data and localism. Presenters include academics and practitioners from relevant fields.
Dr. Gebisa Ejeta, Purdue professor and 2009 World Food Prize laureate, is discovering ways to improve sorghum production in Africa, helping feed millions and saving lives.
Duke on Demand Highlights for the Week of October 9, 2011
A new documentary "What Love Is" chronicles the lives of 50 women participating in the Duke Pathfinders cancer care program. Duke Law School faculty preview consequential cases set to be heard by the Supreme Court. And, the Duke Translational Medicine Institute has a new clinical trial to address drug addiction.
Learn French - Pendant les Vacances, Part 1 (During Vacation)
In this video the instructor recites various words that are associated with vacation in French. For beginning and intermediate learners. The words appear at the bottom of the screen as they are recited.
Driving a Performance Culture
Faisal Abdalla, vice president of independent Toyota distributor Adbul Latif Jameel, talks Sept. 27, 2011, at Thunderbird School of Global Management. http://www.thunderbird.edu
Cambridge Festival of Ideas: Access all archives
Find out more about the eagerly awaited Cambridge Festival of Ideas event 'Access all archives: sights and sounds' which will take place on Monday 24 October 2011. The University's museums will be brought alive with live music and cutting-edge sound installations to accompany your exploration of the archives. Film and photography projections, improvisation, gamelan gongs, DJ sets and more combine to awaken your senses as you embark on a trail of discovery throughout this late night opening. Full
Interview 2011 Prize in Economic Sciences
Following the announcement, Professor John Hassler, Prize Committee member for Economic Sciences, was interviewed about the 2011 Prize in Economic Sciences awarded to Thomas J. Sargent and Christopher A. Sims "for their empirical research on cause and effect in the macroeconomy". Learn more about the 2011 Prize in Economics: http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/economics/laureates/2011/press.html
Barry R. Bloom Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor Joan L. and Julius H. Jacobson Professor of Public Health, Harvard School of Public Health
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Leading Business Education
Nitin Nohria Dean, Harvard Business School Richard P. Chapman Professor of Business Administration
Understanding Kids at Risk
2011 International Forum on R&D: Session 11 - Mo Elbestawi
Session 11 Concluding Remarks Speaker: Mo Elbestawi
Why Do Leaves Change Colors?
Avari and Bradley explain why leaves change colors. Music by Guitarreando. (01:57)
11.489 The Growth and Spatial Structure of Cities (MIT)
This course examines the economic, political, social, and spatial dynamics of urban growth and decline in cities and their key component areas (downtown, suburbs, etc.). Topics include impacts of industrialization, technology, politics, and social practices on cities. Students will examine the role of public and private sector activities, ranging from zoning and subsidies to infrastructure development and real estate investment, in affecting urban growth and decline. Readings are both theoretica
Harvard 375th Anniversary Celebration
On Friday evening, October 14th 2011, in Tercentenary Theatre, Harvard's extended family of faculty, students, staff, alumni and invited guests gathered together for a festive evening featuring fabulous desserts and a memorable musical performance. The Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra performed, accompanied by a chorus of over a hundred student voices followed by a solo performance by our own international celebrity cellist, Yo-Yo Ma '76.