What will you be able to do you on a national holiday?
At the completion of this lesson you will be able to write about your experiences celebrating the national holiday. In the first exercise you will look on a website for activities you can do on that day. Then, you will fill the gaps in an incomplete text and will be given a number of words to construct a proper sentence. Lastly, you will be asked to describe the parade for someone who was absent.
raadgevingen voor een goede reis - in het Frans
Op het einde van deze les kun je zonder problemen de verschillende stappen doorlopen voordat je in een vliegtuig stapt.
Le déjeuner d'affaires: Reading exercise
In a text regarding table etiquette and manners, you will understand all information, will be able to look-up the vocabulary asked for and answer the given questions.
We are the champions! Hoe benoem ik de verschillende spelelementen van een voetbalwedstrijd
Op het einde van deze les kun je de noodzakelijke zaken verstaan en zeggen om een partijtje voetbal te spelen.
URI Engineering Students Capstone Project
URI Engineering seniors get incredible field experience during their capstone project, providing hands-on and "real world" experience that increases their possibilities in today's tough job market.
LQP Asks: Questions for President Shelton
LQP Asks: Questions for President Shelton
Illinois State Finals Week-Produced by students of Illinois State
Students share how to study for finals and where to study on campus.
Elon Law Leadership Program Case Studies: Allison Lukanich
Description not set
Staging Water Rites
D. Soyini Madison, Professor of Performance Studies at Northwestern University, argues water is a human right and examines "acts of activism" by water democracy advocates in Ghana, West Africa and their struggle to protect public water systems from corporate privatization. Woven throughout the presentation are excerpts from a staged performance in 2006 at UNC Chapel Hill, entitled "Water Rites" that dramatized the politics and poetics of water. Through digital imagery, comic satire, dramatic m
Pirates of the Caribbean: What have they brought us? What does it mean?
On May 20, Disney will release "On Stranger Tides," the fourth film in its highly successful "Pirates..." series. The films aren't just escapist entertainment. In this lecture, Roger Rouse, Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of History, presents his argument that the films actually hijack complex histories of rebel piracy to incite conformity to corporate visions of life, labor and the world at large. This talk offers resources for engaging the new film, pushing past the limiting
Emerging Social Sector Leader Paula Tenaglia
Paula Tenaglia of Action Against Hunger participates in the 2011 American Express Leadership Academy at Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona.
This Week @Minnesota: Forester's Day, Amplatz Children's Hosptial and Fareed Zakaria
In "This Week @Minnesota" for April 25-30, 2011, we partake in timbersports with the U's Forestry Club, recognize the opening of the new Amplatz Children's Hospital and sit in on a lecture by noted author and CNN contributor Fareed Zakaria. Connect with us on Twitter @UMNews and let us know what you'd like to see next week on This Week!
Faculty Panel - SAIS 2011 Open House for Admitted Students
Open House allows newly admitted applicants to immerse themselves in life at SAIS. You'll have the opportunity to find out what the SAIS experience is all about - from current students, alumni, faculty and staff. The SAIS Open House programs include forums on student life, faculty panels, a department lunch, student activities forum, Question & Answer sessions on the SAIS Bologna and Nanjing campuses, and much more.
Wind Ensemble - Musical Moods 2011
Description not set
Kate Johnson, Class of 2013
Kate Johnson, an accounting and music major from Florida, shares her experience as a Notre Dame student. http://admissions.nd.edu
Benefits of Electronic Medical Records
Corey Angst, Assistant Professor of Management in the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, is expert on health information technology. He conducts research on the transformational effect of IT, technology usage and IT value. He is a proponent of national digitization of health record information and believes electronic medical records (EMRs) would standardize processes, increase efficiencies and greatly diminish the potential for medical errors.
Illustrations and architecture
Today, as the James A. and Louise F. Nolen Assistant Professor of Architecture, Gorski indulges his passion for art by teaching architecture students how to combine traditional illustration techniques with digital techniques to produce compelling architectural designs.
A zookeeper in Portland, Ore., bonds with his elephant in a most artistic way. The student film was the winner of the 2010 U.S. International Film and Video Festival Student Award, and was filmed by Alex Wheeler and Mark Lyons. The students are from the University of Notre Dame's Department of Film, Television, and Theatre undergraduate production program. Copyright 2009
MSU honorary degree recipient Baldemar Velasquez, Spring 2011
Baldemar Velasquez, president of the Farm Labor Organizing Committee, received an honorary doctorate of humanities—at MSU's spring commencement 2011—for his efforts to improve the work conditions and lives of farm workers. Here, he talks with University Relations about his advice for graduates.
MSU honorary degree recipients Michael and Marian Ilitch, Spring 2011
Michael and Marian Ilitch, Detroit entrepreneurs and founders of Little Caesars Pizza, shared an honorary doctorate of business at Spring commencement 2011 at Michigan State University. The couple owns Little Caesars Pizza, Blue Line Foodservice Distribution, the Detroit Red Wings, Olympia Entertainment, Olympia Development, Little Caesars Pizza Kits Fundraising Program, Champion Foods, and Uptown Entertainment. Additionally, Michael Ilitch owns the Detroit Tigers and Marian Ilitch owns the Moto