Desdemona Takes The Microphone: Toni Morrison and Shakespeare's Hidden Women
As part one of a two-part symposium presented by Doreen B. Townsend Center and Cal Performances, director Peter Sellars discusses giving voice to the unheard characters in Shakespeare's Othello.
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Bill R. Foster and family's gift supports University recreation center
When students enter the university recreation center for the first time this spring, they will find a new place on campus to enjoy a variety of wellness and recreational activities. In addition, thanks to a major gift commitment from Bill R. Foster and the Foster Family, they will find the building already has a name: the Bill R. Foster and Family Recreation Center.
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Thunderbird Career Fair
Students, staff and recruiters make connections and discuss MBA job trends Oct. 28, 2011, at Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona. http://www.thunderbird.edu
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The Art of Discovery: Carl Flink & Marla Spivak
University of Minnesota star faculty share their creative path. Theatre, Arts and Dance chair Carl Flink and entomology professor and MacArthur Genuis Grant winner Marla Spivak discuss how they came upon their passions and how that has informed their work as a faculty member, teacher and student.
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This Week @Minnesota: Goldy pumpkin carving, UMore wind turbine and Mini Medical School
In "This Week @Minnesota" for the week of Oct. 24-28, we carve a Goldy-themed pumpkin, head out to UMore Park for the opening of a new wind turbine and visit the U's Mini Medical School. Connect with us on Twitter @UMNews and let us know what you'd like to see next week on This Week!
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Student pharmacists spend month raising awareness for medication adherence
Poor medication adherence -- not taking medication as directed -- can be bad for your health, even fatal. Student pharmacists in the Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University have been raising awareness about this critical health issue as part of the Script Your Future Challenge, led by the National Consumers League.
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Wildland Fire Primer
This Wildland Fire Primer is intended to serve as an outline for educators interested in teaching students about wildland fire. Fire and its management can be intimidating subjects for those with little or no knowledge of wildland fire issues. The background information provided in this Primer and related curriculum materials will enable educators to feel comfortable discussing wildland fire topics, and assist them in bringing these important topics into the classroom. This Primer has five areas
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Creating Survey Questions
Creating Survey Questions. Part of the series: Teaching English. Create a survey by including a variety of questions with yes and no answers, suggestive answers that use variables and questions with open-ended answers, before tabulating the results to compare...
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All things considered, there is a lot to learn about teaching, and much of it comes from educational psychology. Teaching as a career has distinctive features now that did not figure as prominently in its profile a generation ago. The features make it more exciting in some ways, as well as more challenging, than in the past. From a teacher’s point of view, the changes mean learning knowledge and skills—and practicing them—that were less important in teachers’ repertoires in earlier time
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Smart contact lenses at Auburn could make eye drops a thing of the past
An Auburn University team of chemical and biomedical engineers led by Mark Byrne, the Daniel F. and Josephine Breeden associate professor in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, has developed a new method to deliver eye medication by wearing contact lenses. Byrne's lenses are the first to release drug doses over time for as long as the contact should be worn. The lenses deliver a constant flow of medication without altering a patient's natural vision, or can be used to correct vision while a
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Life in Philadelphia during the Great Depression
Shops, monuments, and people are shown during the depression in North East Philadelphia. This commercial was produced by the Mayfair Businessmen's Association. Commercials like these were used to try to boost moral during the depression. (18min)
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" Ants in Your Pants", A Rhyming Song From: Cool Tunes for Kids
This computer-animated selection features a lively song with rhyming lyrics,
" Dance like you've got ants in your pants, bees on your knees, a bear in your hair," and more.. The words of the song appear on the screen as the song is sung. ( 1:54)

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The 21st Century's Technology Story | Institute of Politics
The 21st Century's Technology Story: The Convergence of Biology with Engineering and the Physical Sciences Susan Hockfield delivered the 2014 Godkin Lecture on the role universities will play in shaping the future. She discussed how biology combined with engineering and physical sciences can revolutionize technology and the necessity of a national movement that supports innovation and the advancement of American technology.
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C'est ce que nous montrent les grenouilles Xenopus laevis qui se reproduisent dans les étangs africains. La ponte et la fécondation, le clivage des oeufs qui conduit au stade blastula, les mouvements cellulaires lors de la gastrulation, le corps du futur têtard qui se modèle pendant la neurulation suivie de l'organogenèse, enfin, la période larvaire sanctionnée par la métamorphose, transforment l'oeuf en une gre
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Economics of Climate Change
Professor Sir Nicholas Stern, HM Treasury: The economics of climate change Introduced by: Dr John Hood, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford. Chaired by: Dr Ian Goldin, Director of the James Martin 21st Century School.
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Global model for regulation? Try Canada
How do we get the world's largest economies on the same page moving forward with regulation? CFTC Commissioner Jill Sommers outlines some of the progress and challenges the U.S. has had and Thomson Reuters CEO Tom Glocer touts Canada as a template for a great country in which to do business in.
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The Federal Role in Funding Education
William J. Price
As America begins the second decade of the twenty-first century, there is little question that the education of our youth is critical to the continued political and economic health of our nation. […]

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Treatment of a marocytic anaemia can unmask concomitant Fe deficiency. In this situation, the MCV is normal only because it reflects the average of the two populations. Difficult to identify these changes with blood film.
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