NASA Black History Month 2009 Introduction
A Reflection on Reynolds Price's Art Collection
Wil Weldon '96, a former assistant to the late author and Duke University English Professor Reynolds Price, reports on the auction of Price's collection of art and reflects on its significance. Learn more at http://today.duke.edu/showcase/reynoldsprice/.
Duke University sophomore Audrey Adu-Appiah explains the campus "Flunch" program that encourages students and faculty to gather over lunch. Learn more at http://www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/osaf/flunch.
Bad posture contributes to migraines, chronic pain
Stress that is felt in the neck and shoulder muscles as well as bad posture and a sedentary lifestyle may be setting up many people for a chronic pain state, according to new research by Dr. Paul Durham, director of the Center for Biomedical and Life Sciences at Missouri State University.
Grant or Lee?
In this video clip, see notable personnel choose which of these admired Civil War generals they would want to lead our country. Robert E. Lee was an outstanding general on the battlefield and could do a lot with just a little. Grant was understanding and thought beyond the result of individual battles. (2:19)
Book 2 - Ch 10 - The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells
Book 2: The Earth Under the Martians - Chapter 10: The Epilogue. Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox. Read by Rebecca.
Literatura en la Clase de Español: Ana María Matute
Literatura en la Clase de Español: Ana María Matute.
Uri Laserson 2012 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize Finalist
2012 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize Finalist
Aaron Ross Ergonomics 3_8_12
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Afreen Siddiqi - research seminar - part 2 To fit the full seminar it had to be broken into two parts.
To fit the full seminar it had to be broken into two parts.
PHY195 Session 6 Spring 2012
Astronomy with Bruce Betts 03/14/12
Talk Easy-Don Schneider-4-What makes a great researcher.mov
Donald Schneider, distinguished professor of astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State and Sloan Digital Sky Survey collaborator talks about what makes a good researcher.
Astronomer Don Schneider explains the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
Penn State astronomer, Don Schneider is a collaborator with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS). The goal of the team is to map a potion of the sky with great detail never achieved before.
Don Schneider talks about the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
In Apache Point, New Mexico, a consortium of researchers are meticulously map galaxies around earth and beyond. Don Schneider is a Penn State astronomer who also collaborates with the group. Here he talks about the telescope they are using and the design behind mapping all those stars.
Discrete Random Variables: Binomial
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module describes the characteristics of a binomial experiment and the binomial probability distribution function.
Hip Hop Harry (Sun.): 2011 National Book Festival
Hip Hop Harry performs at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Hip Hop Harry's Live Show is family fun at its best. The show features original rap-a-long songs with educational, positive messages. Hip Hop Harry is accompanied on stage by the amazing Hip Hop Harry Dancers, a dynamic group of acrobatic and inspiring break dancers that get the whole crowd moving. For captions, transcript, and more information visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=5456.
Sarah Waechter, Partner Manager for Excalibur Almaz Inc.
NASA Public Affairs Officer Kyle Herring talks with Sarah Waechter, partner manager for Excalibur Almaz Inc., on the status of the Space Act Agreement. Excalibur Almaz is one of seven partners associated with the Commercial Crew Program.
Orion: Exploration Flight Test-1 Animation (with narration by Jay Estes)
This animation depicts the proposed test flight of the Orion spacecraft in 2014. During the test, which is called Exploration Flight Test-1 (EFT-1), Orion will launch from Cape Canaveral, Fla., perform two orbits, reaching an altitude higher than any achieved by a spacecraft intended for human use since 1973, and then will re-enter and land in the Pacific Ocean off the west coast of the United States. Narration by Jay Estes, Deputy for flight test integration in the Orion program.
Breakingviews: Muppets or clients?
March 14 - Rob Cox and Breakingviews columnists discuss the implications of a public resignation in the New York Times of a Goldman Sachs banker.