Data Management at University of Michigan Biological Station
This outlines the data management at the University of Michigan Biological Stations Research Website.
No Wash Sweatshirt
The No Wash sweatshirt was an outcome from the AHRC funded project, 5Ways, which aimed to explore the relationship between fashion/textile design and design for sustainability concepts. Recognizing the lack of practice-based research in this area, and the focus on materials and ethics where activity is found. Katharine Hamnett's organic cotton campaign, Pesticide Action Network (PAN UK), Labour Behind The Label and the Fashioning An Ethical Industry project, for example. This research set out to
Midwest Snow Belt (March 13, 2000) Still #2
SeaWiFS true color image of a Midwest snow belt taken on March 13, 2000
Fashion goes to the dogs
Sept. 26 - Puppy fashion takes center stage at Buenos Aires' most exclusive fashion event. Sharon Reich reports.
Johns Hopkins President's Day of Service 2011
The third annual Johns Hopkins President's Day of Service brought out more than 1,000 members of the university community to volunteer in communities throughout Baltimore.
The Many Faces of Chocolate | Lecture 3 (2011)
Speaker: Ramon Morató (Barry Callebaut) Location: Science Center C
SMART Board Orientation
This three minute video demonstrates how and why you orient your SMART Board interactive whiteboard. It moves through topics fairly rapidly, but does show some of the attributes of this equipment.
Dreamliner takes to the skies
Sept. 27 - The first-ever Boeing Dreamliner 787 jet headed home to Japan and now attention turns to whether Boeing can meet initial demand for the plane it calls a "game changer." Conway G. Gittens reports.
Residents escape beseiged Sirte
Sept. 29 - Residents flee the besieged town of Sirte, one of the last Gaddafi strongholds, as U.S. Republican senators visit Tripoli. Lily Grimes reports.
Royals open children's hospital unit
Sept. 29 - The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge open a new children's unit at The Royal Marsden Hospital in Surrey. Kilmeny Duchardt reports.
Weapons of War
Muskets, swords, buttons and drums convey powerful memories of the soldiers who claimed them. Curator Erik Goldstein highlights some of his favorite military treasures from the Colonial Williamsburg collections.
Where Pocahontas Pledged Her Love
Ongoing excavations at James Fort reveal a surprising discovery: the site of the 1608 church where Pocahontas married John Rolfe. Chief Archaeologist Bill Kelso shares the excitement of rediscovery.
Otis presents Pioneers of the Feminist Art Movement: Gilah Yelin Hirsch
Professor Hirsch is a painting instructor at California State University Dominguez Hills and has been teaching at the university level since 1968. She received her BA degree, Magna Cum Laude, at the University of California Berkeley majoring in Art History and Pictorial Arts with minors in English and Psychology. She received her MFA degree in Pictorial Arts at the University of California Los Angeles. As an artist, Professor Hirsch has had paintings, prints, photographs and videos exhibited in
Conversation on Leadership with Basketball Hall of Fame Coach C. Vivian Stringer
Thad Williamson, associate professor of Leadership Studies at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, sits down with Jepson Leadership Forum speaker C. Vivian Stringer for a Conversation on Leadership. Stringer is the current women's basketball coach at Rutgers University, a Basketball Hall of Fame inductee and a best-selling author. September 22, 2011
Responding to Violence
A new book by Duke Chapel Dean Sam Wells and alumna Marcia Owen explores one group's peaceful approach to crime in Durham. Learn more at http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3456.
How to Become a U.S. Citizen
Reporter Sophia Reaves discovers how people can become citizens of the United States. She talks with Gregory Collett in this 31 minute video. A good overview that could answer questions about this process.
Soul of a Poet Reading
On Tuesday, September 20th, the English Department at Missouri State University held its Soul of a Poet fall reading event at The Library Center, featuring Joseph Cover reading creative fiction and Lora Knight reading poetry.
Chemical Engineering Centennial Seminars - August 30, 2011
Deborah L. Grubbe, president and owner, Operations & Safety Solutions, LLC, discussed the Entrepreneurship Lessons Learned from Large Organizations during the Centennial Seminar on August 30, 2011. https://engineering.purdue.edu/ChE/AboutUs/Centennial/seminars.html
Flood waters creep toward central Bangkok
Oct. 23 - Flood waters continue moving towards Thailand's capital city, already inundating outter suburbs. Julie Noce reports.