Lecture presented by Emeritus Professor Hoosen Coovadia, Paediatrics and Child Health and HIV/AID
Inside a Pred’s Coach’s Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery
When the Nashville Predators take the ice—it’s all about strength, precision and teamwork. But when a beloved former coach with the Preds started feeling the harsh symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease—he turned to a team here at Vanderbilt. Coach Brent Peterson allowed VUCast’s Carole Bartoo and Mike Todd inside the operating room to witness his deepkeep reading »
The gun is part of America's creation story. Gunsmith George Suiter describes the technology of this potent tool.
WBAA: Engineering and Social Justice
Dr. Alice Pawley, assistant professor in Purdue University's School of Engineering Education, talks about the book Engineering and Social Justice: In the University and Beyond from Purdue University Press. Pawley contributed to the book and is co-editor with colleagues Dr. Caroline Baillie (University of Western Australia) and Dr. Donna Riley (Smith College). The book is aimed at engineering academics worldwide who are attempting to bring social justice into their work and practice, or who would
Hop, paardje hop : Schrijfoefening
Schrijfoefening waarbij leerlingen het paard van de sint over de pakjes moeten laten springen. Ze beginnen aan het bolletje en volgen de richting van de pijl.
Zoek twee dezelfde zwarte pieten
Leerlingen knippen de prentjes uit op de dikke zwarte lijn. Ze zoeken aan de andere kant dezelfde zwarte piet en kleven het prentje ernaast.
Van vol naar leeg
Leerlingen knippen de afbeeldingen uit op de dikke zwarte lijn. Ze kleven de prentjes van vol naar leeg.
How To Hold Drumsticks In A Traditional Grip
DRUM! Magazine Music Editor Wally Schnalle explains and demonstrates how to hold drumsticks using a traditional grip. His explanation is detailed and thorough. This is more appropriate for high school students.
Disintegration of the Fur Monopoly
As happens on every new continent, the vast majority of Americans were engaged in transforming natural resources into use; in the case of New England, farming, fish, timber, and furs purchased from Indians lo
164: When spending hurts
You’d think that creating a more equitable distribution of wealth would curb the urge to spend on status symbols – be they designer handbags or flat-screen TVs – as the “have-nots” try to keep up with the Jones.” But new marketing consumer research shows that the people will pay the price to stand out, even if they can’t afford it.
Defending Childhood and Youth: A Public Health Approach to Ending the Cycle of Violence
In 2010, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced the launch of the "Defending Childhood" initiative to help prevent children's and young people's exposure to violence, mitigate its effects and put an end to cycles of violence that undermine the public's health. During this Forum webcast, he described his vision for this initiative and its progress so far.
Date May 6, 2011
Battle of the Little Bighorn - Part 5of 5
The last video is nine minutes long and explains At the Battle of the Little Bighorn, a group of American immigrants were fighting against a group of Native Americans battling to preserve their way of life. It shows Evidence, left behind on "Last Stand Hill" that indicates that "Custer's Last Stand" was over in a very short period of time. Young soldiers, desparately trying to quickly reload their slow-loading weapons, inadvertently dropped live rounds on the ground. The entire battle was
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