Peer Advisors & Mentors (PAM) Spotlight: Daniel Fairley II
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Academic Honors Convocation 2012- FULL
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Aquatic Animal Skeleton - Claws
Certain aquatic animals have sharp claws the help defend itself from predators and in capturing prey.
Aquatic Animal Appendages - Flippers
Several aquatic animals have appendages, such as flippers, that are used as a source of locomotion. Depending on the type of animal, flippers come in different sizes and are usually associated with the same type of bone joints.
Apple Screen 4
At this point, microbes have attacked the fruit and will eventually digest the fruit into its smallest parts.
Minimum Measured Ozone Level in 1986
Stratospheric Ozone level for October 7, 1986.
Galileo: His Experiments
Galileo's intelligence and ingenuity seemed to know no bounds. With a few simple yet elegant experiments and "thought experiments," Galileo single-handedly overturned centuries-old beliefs about the physical world. This interactive activity from the NOVA Web site allows users to conduct some of Galileo's most important experiments.
Luisteren, lezen, woordenschat, grammatica: Mein Name ist Vera Biermann
Je oefent luistervaardigheid, leesvaardigheid en woordenschat om iemand te kunnen begrijpen die zichzelf voorstelt in het Duits. Je oefent de verbuiging van persoonlijke voornaamwoorden.
Audacity 2.0 Tutorial
Learn how to record your assignments using Audacity
SFU Pipe Band at New York's Lincoln Center
The Simon Fraser University Pipe Band celebrates its 30th anniversary with a concert at New York City's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, recording as its 12th CD.
Lewis and Clark: Blades That Made the Cut
During the winter months, when game was scarce, the Lewis and Clark expedition would trade specialized battle axes for food with local Indian tribes. Roger Daltrey explains how these metal blades are made in this video clip and answers questions about the length of the handles. ( 2:31)
The Human and Economic Consequences of Kenya's 2007 Post-Election Violence
Pascaline Dupas (Stanford) discussed her study to document the impacts of the 2007 presidential election crisis in Kenya, which resulted in over 1,200 deaths and 500,000 displaced individuals. In addition to lost income suffered by market vendors and shopkeepers, informal sex workers engaged in riskier sexual behavior, suggesting similar outcomes (and subsequent increases in the rates of sexually transmitted infections) in other contexts.
Kent Philharmonia Orchestra: Opera Gala
The Kent Philharmonia Orchestra plays some of the greatest opera songs ever written for their final concert of the 2012 season.
eWiND: Laboratory for Enhanced Wind Energy Design
Although wind energy has long been recognized as a low cost, clean source of electricity, substantial reductions in the cost of per kilowatt hour are needed for the technology to become competitive with fossil powered generating technologies. The White Field wind turbine research laboratory is aimed at overcoming this obstacle through the design of advanced rotors that feature a Notre Dame-patented plasma flow control technology. The plasma actuators are designed to increase the energy capture o
The Cross: Our Only Hope
Rev. Thomas P. Doyle, C.S.C., vice president for student affairs speaks about the Cross as our only hope.
Axis Sally, a voice from the past
On May 6, 1945 a radio announcer Americans called "Axis Sally" made her last propaganda broadcast on behalf of Nazi Germany. "Sunday Morning" looks back at the life of Mildred Gillars, an Ohio native who broadcast on behalf of Hitler.
Bill Gates Biography - BBC Documentary 5 of 6
5:13 Bill Gates Biography - BBC Documentary 5 of 6. William Henry "Bill" Gates III Justice Dept. charges Microsoft and the stock dros.
Job Play: Lighting Designer (Interactive)
Students will play the role of a lighting designer to understand that the lighting designer creates stage lighting for performances and that one needs to understand how the electrical components are connected. This animated interactive job exploration experience connects schoolwork with real work and familiarizes students with skills needed to become a lighting designer for the theater.
PSY101 Session 13 Spring 2012
Understanding Human Behavior with Nancy Melucci Guest: Dr. Scott Lilienfeld - Emory University
Managing Production Outsourcing Risks in China's Apparel Industry
Prof Richard Wilding discusses his research on managing risks in outsourcing garment production in China