Field day sponsored by USC
Several athletes cross the finish line of a 100-yard dash while men in hats measure their time during a USC field day held at Santa Monica. In the background a small crowd sits in the grandstands.
Field day between Pomona College and Occidental College
Pomona College and Occidental College athletes compete in a hurdles event during a field day [probably at Occidental College]. A line of men in hats stand all along the track cheering them on.
Field Notes: Human rights defenders speak
In this seventh 'Field notes' event held in conjunction with Human Rights Watch UK, frontline human rights defenders will discuss monitoring human rights violations in Nepal and Zimbabwe: their different personal experiences, methods of collecting and evaluating information and the ways in which they develop advocacy campaigns both locally and at an international level.
RMIT Gallery: Sound Bites City
This inaugural exhibition of RMIT University’s new Sound Art Collection features the Torus, a circular structure inviting visitors to stroll through a 16 channel speaker system, finishing on a raised mini landscape offering the best aural vantage point to hear 19 new and significant works by leading Australian and international sound artists. For more information, visit http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=hvwhknvs6tyt
Interior of Mrs. Squire's house
The living room of the Squire house with a piano and rocking chair. [The house was located on the west side of Harvard Avenue below Third Street.]
Intimate Strangers: Unseen Life on Earth
This PBS documentary provides an overview of the microbial world and offers an exciting glimpse into the field of microbiology. Meet scientists from around the world investigating the microbial world in diverse locations, from a termite's stomach to a hospital operating room to an African village, and even outer space. These programs - including The Tree of Life, Keepers of the Biosphere, Dangerous Friends and Friendly Enemies, and Creators of the Future - increase the microbial literacy of stud
Several multistory buildings in Pasadena seen from the back of a train.
Members of the Lebanon Club [a Southern California based club made up of former residents of Lebanon, New Hampshire] sit on a lawn in a park. Mrs. Boynton is sitting on the front row, third from the left. Her husband Cyrus Boynton is kneeling on the left side behind the family with straw hats. Their son Charles Luther Boynton is standing in the back row wearing a hat, sixth from the right.
First Baptist Church of Los Angeles, Primary department
A Sunday school class with children sitting in chairs facing a lectern and a small harmonium. A group of mother in hats sit in the gallery to the side.
The Visual Datasets text module discusses the concept of visual learning and presents some suggestions for ways to design learning environments that support students in developing visual literacy skills. Three visual datasets that can be used for problem solving activities in evolution, classification, development, and botany are included: Caminacules: A dataset of imaginary animals that can be used as the basis for a variety of problem-posing and problem-solving activities in evolution, classi
Microbial Genetics Construction Kit (?GCK)
A µGCK problem starts with a field collection of bacteria, either in a test tube or plated onto a petri plate. Each of the gray circles on the plate represents one colony. These colonies result from bacteria collected from the field. The colonies are of unknown genotype and phenotype, although all bacteria within a colony share a genotype and phenotype. µGCK includes several tools to help organize and analyze the data that are collected during an experiment. The Media Matrix window displays t
Heroes and Heroines
Teachers can use this lesson to introduce or examine in depth the concept of heroism through discussions of heroic actions and character.Students will look at images of military, religious, political, and everyday heroes and heroines and discuss their lives and the effects of their deeds. For the purposes of this lesson, heroes are defined as figures who have great strength and ability and are admired for their achievements. They may risk or sacrifice their lives for others or may be noted for s
Short-wavelength infrared (SWIR) quantum dots for high speed imaging of physiology in freely moving
Part 1, (Fall 2014) Oliver Bruns, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Gerry Martin at a Seminar
Gerry Martin talks about the development of science and technology over the last ten thousand years. He illustrates his arguments with charts and glass instruments.,Gerry starts the seminar held at King's College, Cambridge, in April 2003, and then makes several interjections. At the end he summarizes much of his philosophy of historical change. Filmed by Alan Macfarlane. Lasts about 42 minutes.
Lecture on fieldwork in the Soviet Union, 1988-9
Public lecture given in October 1989 by Professor Ernest Gellner. He reflected on his year spent in the Soviet Union on the eve of the collapse of communism.,The lecture was given to a Cambridge Audience in the Rayleigh Lecture theatre in the Social and Political Sciences Faculty. Professor Gellner had flown in that morning from America. It was filmed, using a video 8 camera, by Humphrey Hinton. It was chaired by Dr. Alan Macfarlane. The video is unedited. The lecture lasts for about 65 minutes.
From Chicagoland to Mil-town: Marquette University Freshmen Move-in Day 2012
Two-hundred and seventy three Chicagoland freshmen will call Marquette University home for the next four years. On August 22, 2012 they packed up their belongings and made the trip from Chicago to Milwaukee to move in to the residence halls. Welcome to campus, Chicago-area members of the class of 2016. You are Marquette.
QTC Chapel Service - 20 October 2015 - Job 32-37
Doug O'Donnell Chapel Sermon
U-M President Coleman Accepts NAFSA Award
University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman accepting the 2014 Cassandra Pyle Award from the Association of International Auditors.
A Day in the Field
Assistant Curator Burton Lim describes a typical day of fieldwork in China, from preparing bat and rodent specimens to recording field notes, and of course enjoying camp meals.
Disability Studies for Teachers
This document introduces the field and resources of Diability Studies for interested teachers.Disability Studies for Teachers is a web-based resource for teachers who want to introduce students in social studies, history, literature, and related subjects in grades 6-12 to disability studies and disability history. Resources on this site also can be adapted for use in postsecondary education. The project prepares lesson plans, essays, and teaching materials. It also draws on and contains links to