Careers in the Current Economy
The current economic climate may mean a difficult job market, but USC's Career Planning and Placement Center has been proactive in addressing the needs of students and alumni seeking jobs. Learn more about the University of Southern California: http://www.usc.edu Learn more about the USC Career Planning and Placement Center: http://careers.usc.edu/
REC100 Fall 2010 Session 13
REC100 Dimensions of Leisure Session Thirteen 12/08/10 Mary Lou Cappel
TED402 Fall 2010 Session 15
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Duke Voice Care Center: Voice Care for Everyone
Learn how Duke Voice Care Center helps people identify the cause of voice problems and develop a plan to improve their voices. For more information, visit http://dukevoicecare.org.
COMP1400 - Week 2, Lecture 1
COMP1400 - Week 2, Lecture 1
Women's Basketball Game Highlights: Nov 15 and Nov 27, 2010
Highlights from the Missouri State Women's Basketball game vs. DePaul on November 15, 2010 and vs. Louisiana Tech on November 27, 2010.
Fan of the Year
Show us why you are fan of the year! Submit your photo to http://www.gomaroon.com for a chance to win court side seats to a Bears or Lady Bears game. Upload photos of yourself in your BearWear during the months of December and January for a chance to win court side seats to a Bears or Lady Bears game! Every week we'll choose the best picture submitted and advance it to the final round of the contest. Bears fans can then vote on Facebook who they think should be named Fan of the Year. The two
Q Camp Testimonials 2010
Q Camp Testimonials 2010
The Future of Coal for Southeast Power Generation
The extent to which coal will serve as a feedstock for power generation is considered. One utility's Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) serves a case study. In addition, the prospects for carbon capture and sequestration technologies at utility-scale are considered. Wednesday, October 27, 2010 Gary Brinkworth, Senior Manager for New Generation and Portfolio Optimization, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Gerald (Jerry) Hill, Senior Technical Advisor, Southern States Energy Board (SSEB).
Southeast Wind Energy: Is An Answer Blowing in the Wind?
The viability of wind as a source for utility and commercial-scale power in the Southeast is considered. Topics include Southeast wind resources, technology viability and fit, project development and public policy. Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Nick Rigas, Director and Sr. Scientist, S.C. Offshore Wind Collaborative, Clemson University Amir Mikhail, Sr. Vice President, Engineering, Clipper Windpower Spencer Hanes, Director, Commercial Policy, Duke Energy
Southeast Solar: Ready for Prime Time?
Solar resources, environmental and operating conditions, economic proposition and technology fit and availability for the Southeast are examined. Wednesday, April 28, 2010 Richard Perez, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate, Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, State University of New York-Albany Nuri Demirdoven, Ph.D., Associate Principal, McKinsey & Company Anthony Coker, Sr. Director of Strategic Partners, Suniva,
Southeast Solar: Project Development--Incentives and Challenges
The potential and reality of utility, commercial and residential-scale solar projects in the Southeast are examined. Considerations include site location, power purchase agreements, project finance and public policy. Wednesday, May 26, 2010 Amy Heinemann, Policy Analyst, North Carolina Solar Center Michael Shore, CEO, FLS Energy Kerinia Cusick, Director of Government Affairs, SunEdison
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Management in Complex Times
Understanding the economic impact of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and addressing the management of an organization's GHG footprint, be it domestic or international, is complex and challenging. Wednesday, November 17, 2010 Ken Ostrowski, Director, McKinsey & Company Sunny Nastase, Senior Director, Sustainability Solutions, UPS
Low Hanging Fruit: Energy Efficiency in the Southeast
The Southeast is the least energy efficient region in the country. Significant dollar savings, and energy and emissions reductions are possible through improved energy efficiency practices. Wednesday, January 27, 2010 Marilyn Brown, Professor, Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology Skip Laitner, Director, Economic Analysis, American Council for Energy Efficient Economy Ken Ostrowski, Director, McKinsey & Company
Southeast Energy Demand to 2030
While national power demand is projected to grow modestly over the next twenty years, power demand in the Southeast, excluding Florida, is expected to grow approximately thirty percent. Nationally and regionally, liquid fuels demand is expected to grow significantly also. Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Alan Beamon, Director, Coal and Electric Power Division, Energy Information Administration, US Dept. of Energy Michael Schaal, Director, Oil and Gas Division, Energy Information Administration, U
Southeast Biomass: Highest and Best Use
Regional biomass resources and economics are analyzed along with the business proposition of converting softwood into fuel. Wednesday, February 24, 2010 Valerie Thomas, Anderson Interface Associate Professor of Natural Systems, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology Marie Walsh, Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Tennessee Nathan McClure, Forest Utilization, Georgia Forestry Commission Michael ("Mike") H. B
Southeast Biomass: Project Development Incentives and Challenges
Key legal, financial and operating aspects of biomass-based power project development are considered. Wednesday, March 31, 2010 Marvin Burchfield, Vice President, Decker Energy International Amish Shah, Counsel, Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan
Ole Miss Rifle Promo
Promotional spot for the Women's Rifle team at the University of Mississippi. Produced by Media and Documentary Projects. Executive Produced by Andy Harper. Produced by Micah Ginn and Matthew Graves. Production Assistants: Kim Duff, Matt Minshew, and Karen Tuttle. Directed by Matthew Graves.
Carnegie Mellon University Alumni Association presents a new young alumni program, the Show+Tell Story Series. The first event, held September 30, 2010, featured three alumni working on the technology team at ModCloth, the uber-popular indie fashion site started by Carnegie Mellon University students. Allen Lu (HS '01), Evan Tahler (E '06, CMU'08) and Jay Palat (HNZ'04) tell the story of the company's humble dorm room beginnings and its plans for the future, with introduction by Andrea Shocklin
Helping the faceblind see - U of M and prosopagnosia
Prosopagnosia (also known as face blindness) is a condition that refers to the inability to recognize a face that you've seen before and should be able to recall. Those affected can read emotions in a face, but identifying the person is next to impossible without certain cues. Previously, much of the research into prosopagnosia has focused on adults. Dr. Al Yonas and Sherryse Corrow of the University of Minnesota's Institute of Child Development recently began working to better identify this di