Técnicas de Representación Gráfica (2011)
1.- SISTEMAS DE REPRESENTACIÓN Y CAD 1.1. Geometría descriptiva, normalización y CAD 1.2. Visualización. Nociones generales de representación. 1.3. Dibujo a mano alzada y sistemas perspectivos 2.- Geometría descriptiva y modelado 3D 2.1. Sistema diédrico: punto, recta y plano. 2.2. Intersecciones y distancias. 2.3. Abatimientos. 2.4. Representación de cuerpos. Modelado 3D. 3.- Dibujo Técnico. Generación e interpretación de planos. 3.1. Representaciones normalizadas 3.2. Vistas auxil
Breakingviews: Bank of America faring far worse than Goldman
Oct. 18 - Reuters Breakingviews columnists say stripping out accounting gains and asset sales, Bank of America clearly lost money again, while Goldman Sachs' loss is not as bad as it seems.
Is it just a U.S. growth recession?
Oct. 18 - With tough times ahead, RGE's Gina Sanchez leads a discussion with Nouriel Roubini, Mark Zandi and Lincoln Ellis on the probability and scope of a U.S. recession.
Stuff of Genius - Daniel Fahrenheit and the Mercury Thermometer
Daniel Fahrenheit built several types of thermometers, but his Stuff of Genius wasn't restricted to a few temperature measuring devices. This 2:35 video is about this invention. A good overview.
Mrs. Wells PM Pledge
Jonathan C. Edwards, M.D. Physician Profile
Meet Jonathan C. Edwards, M.D. He is the Director of the Comprehensive Epilepsy Center and Chief of the Division of Neurology. He was awarded his M.D. from Wake Forest University. He completed his Residency at the University of Maryland and did his Fellowship at The Cleveland Clinic. He is Board Certified in Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology.
Journeys Through Sociology: Vineeta Sinha
In this interview Dr. Vineeta Sinha (National University of Singapore) discusses the challenge of doing ethnography in one's own community and how this explodes the spatial and temporal boundaries of the "field". She also emphasizes how engaging in research on diasporic and migrant communities complicates geographically fixed approaches to ethnography. Finally, Dr. Sinha discusses her passion for teaching, how it nourishes her research, and how she strives to encourage students to explore schola
Ruth Robbins Lumen Scholar 2010
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A Literary Take on Everyday Images
Duke University Professor Wahneema Lubiano answers questions about using literary tools to understand images in the media and objects in everyday life during a live "Office Hours" conversation October 6, 2011.Learn more at http://www.dukeofficehours.com.
A Vine on Film
Duke University filmmaker Josh Gibson captures the grainy essence of North Carolina kudzu. Learn more at http://ami.duke.edu.
Armstrong SGA Flash Mob
SGA organizes a flash mob that was performed on Armstrong's campus.
Concussions and Female Athletes
The topic of our 2011 spring Distinguished Lecture concentrated on the impact of concussions on female athletes. We recognized that in spite of considerable scholarly inquiry, media coverage, and public debate, female athletes were largely missing from discussion. In tackling this topic, we wanted to expand dialogue, increase awareness, promote prevention, and ensure that future concussion research included female athletes. "Concussions and Female Athletes" is the untold story of the impact of c
University of Minnesota Homecoming presents Atmosphere
On October 21, Atmosphere plays at TCF Bank Stadium as a part of Homecoming 2011 Pep Fest.
Superman fan gets Clark Kent look
Oct. 18 - A Filipino Superman fan undergoes cosmetic surgery to look like his idol, Clark Kent. Tara Cleary reports.
World History 1900-1909
This gives some important historical events that occured during the period 1900-1909. Theres isn't any narration and the 2:33 video does not offer any depth. Essentially an illustrated timeline.
Interview with Jean-Claude Trichet
Oct. 6 - Jean-Claude Trichet speaks to Insider after presiding over his final meeting as head of the European Central Bank.
Crackdown in Rastan, Syria
Oct. 6 - Activists say a Syrian military crackdown in Rastan has killed at least 27 in a three-day offensive at the end of September. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.