UIL 2010 WICKED
The Race to Grace: Surviving Stress — Longwood Seminar
Harvard Medical School Office of Communications & External Relations In today's 24-7 world, it's common to feel anxious, overburdened and stressed periodically. At this Longwood Seminar, doctors explain how the body responds to stressful situations and describe how stress affects psychological and physiological well-being. Faculty members share insight about how stress can be effectively managed.
From Vision to Touch: Exploring the Five Senses — Longwood Seminar
Harvard Medical School Office of Communications & External Relations The senses make it possible to explore our surroundings and communicate in the world, but do you understand their role in the body? At this Longwood Seminar, a panel of Harvard faculty members who specialize in each of the five senses share their expertise on touch, vision, hearing, smell and taste, and discuss ways the senses can be leveraged to affect our health.
The Journey of the Winterhalter Painting
Concordia University has been committed to seeking restitution of Max Stern's art holdings, which were lost during the Nazi regime. More: http://www.concordia.ca/campus-life/arts-and-culture/max-stern/
CRM: Making it work
CRM, customer relationship management, promised more loyal customers and much more profit for companies. Yet it has often failed to deliver the expected return from the substantial investment required. Stan Maklan describes ways to make CRM successful so that it is a win-win; a win for the customer and a win for the company.
Social Media and the Flow of Attention
Learn more about Berkleemusic's online business courses at: http://bit.ly/ytzkT2 Topspin's Ian Rogers on social media from Rethink Music 2011.
HKS75: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
Alumnus and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon discusses the mid-career program at Harvard Kennedy School. HKS75 is a yearlong celebration of the 75th anniversary of Harvard Kennedy School. Learn more: http://www.hks.harvard.edu/75
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.
Selective Attention Test
The Selective Attention Test uses distraction and misdirection to test student's attention to detail - students think they are counting ball passes, but might miss a key event right before their eyes. Younger and older students practice observation and perception skills, but also learn about the difficulties and fallibility of observational evidence - everything is not always what we first think. (1:22)
land-bear-shark and the hingy board control
now with (kinda sorta) board steer.
Multi-Dimensional Recruiting: Electronic Evidence Breaking Traditions
Paul Watkins, Ruth Ann Roberts
An electronic performance portfolio can lift a candidate off the resume page and on to a virtual stage. A principal can literally watch as the teacher candidate performs on the classroom stage. […]
The Presence of the Past: Legal Dimensions of Armenian-Turkish Relations (Afternoon Session)
The Presence of the Past: Legal Dimensions of Armenian-Turkish Relations This symposium explores three contentious issues which are preventing Armenian-Turkish rapprochement. Speakers: Stephan Astourian, The University of Claifornia, Berkeley; Alfred de Zayas, Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations; Susan Karamanian, The George Washington University Law School; Catherine Kessedjian, University Pantheon-Assas, Paris II; Raymond Kevorkian, Institut français de géopolitique, Uni
BIOL 315-01, Ecology Laboratory Field Schedule, Fall 2007
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
Teaching: • Start in bridge position with forearms on physioball Coaching: • Keeping a straight line from your head to your toes roll the physioball away from your body • Keep back flat and core tight • Return to start position and repeat Common Errors: • Posture is lost • Hips are flexed • Head is not neutral
Effective lawmaking in Congress – who does it best?
What makes some members of Congress better than others at moving bills through the legislative process? Alan Wiseman, co-director of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, has taken an in depth look at Congress’ last 35 years and tells us why women may have the upper hand. View 2012 election expertise information forkeep reading »
Bridge w/ Leg Lift
Teaching: • Start in prone position on forearms • Keep hips off ground head neutral toes dorsiflexed and core tight Coaching: • Without moving hips lift one leg by squeezing glute • Alternate legs • Keep back flat and core tight Common Errors: • Posture is lost • Hips rotate flex or extend • Head is not neutral