Why Give - Elena Fedyszyn
Having volunteered during all four of her undergrad years with the Girl Scouts, Elena Fedyszyn '09 describes why she also now chooses to give monetarily every year to Johns Hopkins.
JHU Opportunity Journal - Sam's Frat Pitches in on Service Day
Sophomore Sam Cook and his fraternity brothers volunteer time at the Loading Dock -- a non-profit building materials refuse center -- during the 2011 Johns Hopkins University's President's Day of Service.
English Conference: Medical Writing
John Smieska, a Physician Assistant, explains the structure and importance of the SOAP note and SBAR formats, for medical communication and record keeping.
English Conference: Playwriting
Arnie Johnston and Debby Percy read a ten-minute play, and explain how to write a successful play.
Refining technology for handheld diagnostic devices
When lives are on the line, every minute counts. Getting a quick and accurate diagnosis can mean the difference between life and death; however, in the developing world, doctors often lack the medical equipment necessary to determine the cause of a patient's illness. Hsueh-Chia Chang is leading a Notre Dame research team that is refining technology for a handheld diagnostic device that identifies the DNA of bacteria and viruses that cause specific diseases. With this type of tool, medical profe
Spartan Sagas: Austin Bowen
Austin Bowen is a student in the Information Technology Specialization at MSU's College of Communication Arts and Sciences.
Spartan Sagas: Carolyn Lauckner
Carolyn Lauckner is a second year doctoral student in the Media and Information Studies program at Michigan State University. "MSU is my home. I have been a life-long Spartan fan; both of my parents went to Michigan State so there really was no other place I had imagined going." For more information on the Media and Information Studies Ph.D. program, please visit http://cas.msu.edu/469-PhD-in-Media-and-Information-Studies-main
Proton Therapy Treatment for Brain Tumors
Download podcast: http://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/what-brain-tumors-are-best/id431848216?i=... Proton therapy treatment for brain tumors is the best option for certain cases of brain tumors. Proton therapy causes fewer side effects than traditional radiation and major long term complications are avoided. Radiation is delivered as a proton beam directly to the brain tumor site, sparing healthy tissue. Proton therapy treatment should especially be considered if the affected area includes both
Programming Principles: The Java Library
Programming Principles: The Java Library
Anonymous - A Shakespeare Authorship Discussion with Prof Stanley Wells and Prof Carol Rutter
Distinguished Shakespearian scholars Professor Carol Rutter and Professor Stanley Wells, CBE discuss the release of Roland Emmerich's new film 'Anonymous' which has re-opened the Shakespeare authorship debate.
Logarithm Rule - Problem 2
This video is a continuation of the logarithm rule and works through another example where this rule is used to find the derivative of the natural logarithm of a function. The logarithm rule is a special case of the chain rule. (2:13)
San Diego, 1940s
This 2:41 long video is a copy of an old film about this city.
Basically, a tourist travel piece, but provides some insights that might be of value to those who want to see this part of America in earlier days.
Asian budget carriers taking off
Nov. 4 - Competition among Asian budget carriers heats up as demand for affordable flying is set to surge with a quarter of seats in Asia likely to be filled by low cost carriers by 2015. Kei Okamura reports.
Cute quolls debut in Aussie zoo
Nov. 3 - Baby quolls go on display for the first time at a Sydney zoo. Tara Cleary reports.
Texas A&M: Time in Motion
http://www.tamu.edu/ Texas A&M's time in motion video shows that Aggies are in constant motion in pursuit of excellence in all we do.
Lunge to Hamstring w/ rotation
Teaching: • Start in plank position with hands under shoulders • Keep toes dorsiflexed and head neutral and maintain a straight line from your head to your heels Coaching: • Bring left foot next to left hand and stay tall throughout body • Keep knee in line with ankle • Lift arm while rotating upper body towards leg that is in front • Reach through opposite direction keeping knee of back leg straight ahead Common Errors: • Posture is lost • Flexion, extension , or rotation of h
Plank w/shoulder taps
Teaching: • Start in pushup position with hands under shoulders • Keep toes dorsiflexed and head neutral and maintain a straight line from your head to your heels Coaching: • Lift one arm and tap opposite shoulder without rotating hips • Alternate arms and repeat • Keep back flat and core tight Common Errors: • Posture is lost • Flexion, extension , or rotation of hips • Head is not neutral
Bridge to Plank
Teaching: • Start in prone position with forearms on ground under shoulders • Keep hips off ground head neutral toes dorsiflexed and core tight Coaching: • Walk hands into plank position • Keep back flat and core tight • Walk hands back to bridge position and repeat Common Errors: • Posture is lost • Hips rotate
18.701 Algebra I (MIT)
This undergraduate level Algebra I course covers groups, vector spaces, linear transformations, symmetry groups, bilinear forms, and linear groups.