Common Hour: Robert Reich 10/25/02
Robert B. Reich is university professor and the Maurice B. Hexter Professor of Social and Economic Policy at Brandeis University and its Heller Graduate School. Before joining the Brandeis faculty, Reich served as the nation’s 22nd Secretary of Labor during President Bill Clinton’s first term. Prior to joining Clinton’s cabinet, Reich was on the faculty at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, and served as an assistant to the Solicitor General in the Ford Administra
Helping Without Hurting: Leadership During Adversity
The Honorable LaJune Thomas Lange is a retired District Court Judge and President of the International Leadership Institute in Minneapolis, MN. Her presentation at the University of St. Thomas provided attendees with real-life examples of her leadership in the court system and abroad with the International Leadership Institute and reminded those present to develop relationships, spend time listening, and above all to "lead with love."
Meal Plans at the College of Charleston -- Dining Services -- Campus Tour
Campus dining at the College of Charleston is fresh, fast and flexible. There are six on-campus dining locations, featuring everything from all-you-care-to-eat style dining to National Brand Food Courts to meet your needs. We can satisfy any of your cravings because we have it all -- right here on campus. At the Liberty Street Fresh Food Company, you can choose from flame-grilled entrees, brick-oven pizza, vegetarian stir-fry, delicious pastas, an abundant salad bar, freshly baked breads and ho
Please Play! Molecules Beckon
UMass Amherst chemistry professor Craig Martin wants the world to know that molecules are beautiful, so he created a unique interactive molecular playground where players can twirl, flip, rotate and re-size colorful models of chemicals including a zero-calorie fat substitute and a flu vaccine. The idea has caught on. There are now molecular playgrounds at the Springfield (Mass.) Science Museum, St. Olaf College in Minnesota and at science centers in San Francisco, Spain and Japan.
UMMC Specializes in Adult Congenital Heart Surgery
Pediatric cardiac surgeon, Dr. Sunjay Kaushal, is the only surgeon in Maryland to be board certified in congenital heart surgery. Dr. Kaushal works closely with UMMC cardiologist, Dr. Stacy Fisher, to care for adults who are living with congenital heart disease. Today, more children than ever before who are born with congenital heart disease are growing into adulthood thanks to lifesaving treatments by doctors like Drs. Kaushal and Fisher. Related Links: Maryland Heart Center http://www.umm.ed
Dr. Rosemarie T. Nassif - Spring 2012 Commencement guest speaker
Dr. Rosemarie T. Nassif, special adviser to the assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Education, addressed the graduates at the Spring 2012 commencement ceremonies.
Live from Rochester, your hosts Melissa Greco Lopes and Anthony Plonczynski interview students, staff and parents, leading viewers through the most special day in a Rochester student's academic career.
Joshua Goodman on the Challenges Facing American Schools || American Conversation Essentials
Harvard Kennedy School assistant professor Joshua Goodman outlines the challenges facing American schools, and compares them to more successful school systems in other countries.
Bepaling van geluidssnelheid in lucht : Practicum In dit practicum zend je geluidssignalen doorheen een lange buis en meet je het tijdsinterval tussen het moment dat het geluid vertrekt en aankomt. Het werkblad voor dit practicum is gestructureerd …
In dit practicum zend je geluidssignalen doorheen een lange buis en meet je het tijdsinterval tussen het moment dat het geluid vertrekt en aankomt.
Het werkblad voor dit practicum is gestructureerd …
Vermeer, Young Woman with a Water Pitcher, c. 1662 - Smart History at Khan Academy
Johannes Vermeer, Young Woman with a Water Pitcher, oil on canvas, c. 1662 (Metropolitan Museum of Art) Speakers: Dr. Steven Zucker, Dr. Beth Harris. Excellent video to use in an art class discussing composition.(4:49)
Essential Science for Teachers: Physical Science
In-depth interviews with children that uncover their ideas about the topic at hand.,This segment provides an example of a student explaining evaporation.
Essential Science for Teachers: Physical Science Session 3. Physical Changes and Conservation of Mat
What happens when sugar is dissolved in a glass of water or when a pot of water on the stove boils away? Do things ever really "disappear"? In everyday life, observations that things "disappear" or "appear" seem to contradict one of the fundamental laws of nature: matter can be neither created nor destroyed. In this session, participants learn how the principles of the particle model are consistent with conservation of matter.,In this segment the interviewer asks the student to draw and explain
Science in Focus: Energy: Workshop 8. Understanding Energy
Energy lights our homes, fuels our transportation systems, and much more, but affordable energy is in limited supply. In this session, look at the global impact of these limits and see how being smart about using energy will become more important in our daily lives.,This segment explores the question "How can we reduce our consumption of energy?" by visiting classrooms as well as interviewing students and scientists.
Talking Point - Fiona McGregor
Writer and performance artist Fiona McGregor speaks with PhD student Charlotte Farrell about her books "Indelible Ink" and "Strange Museums: A Journey Through Poland"".
SAS 60 Second Lecture
Guthrie Ramsey - "Shock Jocks, Lady Jocks, and Freedom of the Press(ing comb)"
Union Station Speedway Crowd
People are walking to the trains to Speedway.
Cuban Spectacular: St. Louis Blues
Performed by the University of Richmond Jazz Ensemble at the 2012 Cuban Spectacular. Featuring Nick Yeutter, '15 on clarinet, Tyler Tillage, '13 on piano, and Mike Davison on trumpet. Directed by Dr. Mike Davison.
Assembling the existing data available in Herbaria
Ken Hackett Accepts Laetare Medal, 2012 Commencement Ceremony
Ken Hackett, former president of Catholic Relief Services (CRS), received the University of Notre Dame's 2012 Laetare Medal, the oldest and most prestigious honor given to American Catholics, at Notre Dame's 167th University Commencement ceremony. "Ken Hackett has responded to a Gospel imperative with his entire career," said Notre Dame's president, Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. "His direction of the Catholic Church's outreach to the hungry, thirsty, naked, sick and unsheltered of the world has