Strategies for a Changing World
Diana Liverman, PhD, University of Arizona Regents Professor and co-director of the Institute for the Environment, is determined to make a difference. From working with individual graduate students to consulting with the Dalai Lama, Liverman has become a central figure in today's conversation about global climate change.
Henry Kissinger speaks at SMU
Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger spoke at SMU on March 27, 2002, at the invitation of the Maguire Center for Ethics and Public Responsibility. He discussed the changing nature of American power in the wake of the September 11 attacks.
The History of Presidential Inaugurations
In this video clip, from WatchMojo.com, learn about the history of the United States presidential inauguration. For more than two hundred years America’s citizens have witnessed the Inauguration ceremonies of the President and Vice President of the United States. (2:57)
Princess Presto Cheese Game
Spell along with Princess Presto as she works through the spelling of CHEESE in order to attract the mice that can lead the Prince to the Princess! Viewers can practice along with Princess Presto as she breaks down the sounds, spelling, and silent letters of the word CHEESE. (3:06)
The History of the Mongol Empire
Genghis Khan was made ruler of all Mongols in 1206, and it was at this point the empire began its rise to power. Within one century, the Mongols had become one of history’s greatest. As with most world powers, the empire eventually crumbled, but the lasting consequences of this empire’s impact can still be seen today. In this video, WatchMojo.com explores the rise, dominance, and fall of this one-time world empire. (2:50)
How it's made - Incandescent Light Bulb
This five minute video shows the manufacturing process for these bulbs.
Food Chain and Food Web (Interactive Game)
This animated interactive game, teaches the students about consumers, predators, omnivore, of, lions, snakes, and more. Students will learn how some animals eat other plants and animals to survive and create a food chain, with this interactive lesson plan.The voice is quite computerized, but still suitable.(3:02)
Instructietaal : Frans en Engels Dit document bevat een aantal interessante uitdrukkingen en benamingen die leerlingen kunnen helpen bij het begrijpen van de instructies in de les Frans of Engels. Naast een aantal algemene instructies komen ook geslacht, getal, …
Dit document bevat een aantal interessante uitdrukkingen en benamingen die leerlingen kunnen helpen bij het begrijpen van de instructies in de les Frans of Engels.
Naast een aantal algemene instructies komen ook geslacht, getal, …
Factoring Quadratic Equations
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MSU Staff profiles: Brian Kirschensteiner
Brian Kirschensteiner talks about his position as preparator at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/staff-profiles-brian-kirschensteiner
2012 Accepted Student Weekend at the College of Charleston -- Admissions CofC
More than 3,000 accepted students and family members arrived at the College of Charleston on Friday, March 24, for Accepted Student Weekend 2012. This two-day event assists students who have been accepted to the College of Charleston make their final decision about enrolling at the College. Families were able to attend a variety of panels on topics such as student life, Greek life, pre-law advising, pre-professional health advising, financial aid and more. Buses were available for exploring off
SMU's Jodi Cooley discusses the XIA Alpha Particle Counter and SuperCDMS
The XIA Alpha Particle Counter sounds like it belongs in a science fiction movie. In reality it's housed in a clean room operated by SMU's Department of Physics, where SMU physicist Jodi Cooley and her students rely on it as part of their search for dark matter. Cooley is a member of the global scientific consortium called SuperCryogenic Dark Matter Search (SuperCDMS). SuperCDMS is searching for elusive dark matter — the "glue" that represents 90 percent of the matter in our universe but whic
Advance Care Planning: Crossroads
It's important for everyone to talk with their families and health care professionals about their medical preferences. This is called advance care planning. This video is part of a series produced by Duke Medicine related to advance care planning.
Snow Cover by Latitude
Using data sets from MYNASADATA students will create graphs comparing the amount (percentage) of snow cover along selected latitudes by date.
If the Public Would be Outraged by Their Rulings, Should Judges Care?
A Report and Analysis of the 2007 Annual Lecture in Law and Society delivered by Professor Cass Sunstein, organised by the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society in association with the Law Faculty, Oxford. It is clear that judicial rulings can, and sometimes do, provoke public outrage. A significant body of literature in political science seeks to demonstrate the extent to which courts sometimes work to reduce the likelihood and intensity of such outrage. The normative question of whether judg
Solar System Lesson for Kids (Interactive Game)
This Interactive game introduces a lesson on the solar system to the students. It explains each planet and what and where it is. This interactive and educational lesson plan is designed to teach kids all about the solar system. Voice is computerized, but usable information (4:02)
GESS: THe Forest Unseen
Dr. David Haskell from Sewanee:The University of the South presented the GESS Lecture in March 2012 titled "The Forest Unseen" as part of the University of Richmond Global Environment Speaker Series.
SHARE Scholar Edgardo Paredes
Thunderbird School of Global Management SHARE Scholar Edgardo Paredes from Peru describes his path to Thunderbird and his career ambitions. http://www.thunderbird.edu/share