The Landscape and Environment Programme is a network of multi-disciplinary academic research projects relating to the landscape and environment funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and based at the University of Nottingham. The purpose of the Programme is to develop arts and humanities understandings of landscape and environment in distinctive, innovative and engaging ways through research projects of the highest quality and international significance. This documentary was
During the past two decades the Australian wine industry boomed, more than doubling its share of global wine output to 5% and expanding exports from less than one tenth to two thirds of total sales. Since 2008, however, things have changed. Several interlinked factors have reversed the trend, leading to oversupply, reduced demand and, not surprisingly, many questions. How can Australian producers best adjust supply and stimulate global demand for Oz wine? Can we realistically expect to regain or
Ethical Issues in Graduate Research
William Frey, Jose A. Cruz-Cruz
(Caution! This module is being published in an incomplete, preliminary version. Later edited and fuller versions will follow.) "Graduate Education in Research Ethics for Scientists and Engineers" […]
Upstate New York- The Erie Canal
A five minute video that explains how the canal was used and how it looks today. Includes where Jello was invented and other tidbits. A good video for students that shows the importance of the canal. After the 2:30 mark the video detours from the canal to the Jello and glass work historical spots.
Roberto Capucci: Art into Fashion
March 16, 2011 - June 5, 2011: Italian fashion designer and artist Roberto Capucci (born 1930) is revered by contemporary designers for his innovative silhouettes and masterful use of form, color, and materials. This exhibition—featuring over eighty works, as well as original drawings and sketches—will be the first survey of his work in the United States.
POL101 Session 7 Spring 2011
POL101 American Institutions Session 7 03/16/2011 Brenda Riddick TOPIC: Voter Participation