Optics, Spring 2009
This course provides an introduction to optical science with elementary engineering applications. Topics covered in geometrical optics include: ray-tracing, aberrations, lens design, apertures and stops, radiometry and photometry. Topics covered in wave optics include: basic electrodynamics, polarization, interference, wave-guiding, Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction, image formation, resolution, space-bandwidth product. Analytical and numerical tools used in optical design are emphasized. Gradu
UA's Rodeo Riders
Members of the UA Rodeo Club are hardcore cowboys and cowgirls -- and they're proud of it. They love the pressure of competition as much as they love their horses. For sophomore Carollan Scott, journalism major and Rodeo Club president, it's about taking on ten seconds of intense challenge and using that opportunity to better herself.
Artist and Curator: A Conversation
"Artist and Curator: A Conversation" Joan Snyder, artist, and Marilyn Symmes, Director of the Morse Research Center for Graphic Arts and Curator of Prints and Drawings, Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University. In conjunction with the exhibit Dancing with the Dark: Joan Snyder Prints 1963-2010 at the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art, University of Richmond.
L’interprétation musicale comme analogue à l’interprétation des lois
Jeanne Simard, Professeure, Département des sciences économiques et administratives, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
Evaluation of 'Business Enterprise' Module
This report outlines a process of evaluation for a business enterprise module. This exploratory research investigates the impact of 'contextual' based evaluation of enterprise education curricula
Solidarity and responsibility-sharing for refugee protection in the EU’s Common European Asylum Sy
Public Seminar Series Trinity term 2014. Madeline Garlick (Radboud University). Recorded on 14 May 2014 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Madeline Garlick is a Guest Researcher and PhD candidate at the Centre for Migration Law at Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. She is also an International Migration Initiative (IMI) Fellow with the Open Society Foundations, working in 2014 on an asylum project with Migration Policy Institute Europe. She
Meg Akabas, "52 Weeks of Parenting Wisdom"
Meg Akabas, author of "52 Weeks of Parenting Wisdom", discusses some of the topics in her book and offers practical tips for establishing family harmony step by step, and answers some parenting questions from the audience. Meg is a Certified Parenting Educator Her full bio can be found on her website: http://www.parenting-solutions.com/.
Use Smart Fix, Smart Trim, and Smart Mix
See how to use Smart Fix in Adobe Premiere Elements to automatically identify and fix problems with your clips. Learn about Smart Trim, which finds and trims problem clip, and Smart Mix, which automatically adjusts volume to match your clips.
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.
Professor John Pryor's Distinguished Professor Lecture, November 2011
John Pryor, Professor of Psychology at Illinois State University, gave his University's Distinguished Professor Lecture on Nov. 30, 2011 in the Prairie Room of Bone Student Center. The title of his lecture is Scientific Studies of Social Stigma.
Summer Institute Workshop 7/19/10
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.
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.
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.
Leerlingen knippen de afbeeldingen uit op de dikke zwarte lijn. Ze kleven de prentjes van vol naar leeg.
The Teaching Excellence Colloquium
The year-long Teaching Excellence Colloquium (TEC) provides ladder-rank faculty new to Berkeley with the knowledge, tools, and inspiration to achieve Berkeley's high expectations for teaching excellence while benefiting from becoming part of a cohort of peers across many disciplines.
The March on Milwaukee Civil Rights History Project
This digital collection presents primary sources from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries and the Wisconsin Historical Society that provide a window onto Milwaukee’s civil rights history. During the 1960s, community members waged protests, boycotts, and legislative battles against segregation and discriminatory practices in schools, housing, and social clubs. The efforts of these activists and their opponents are vividly documented in the primary sources found here, including p
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 [Conceived in Liberty (1975)] 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
[Conceived in Liberty (1975)]
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