11: Assistant Attorney General Wanda Moore from Shaping & Strengthening Correctional Policy etc.
Assistant Attorney General Wanda Moore presents on the panel "Shaping & Strengthening Correctional Policy & Legislation through Research - What are the possibilities for New Jersey" at Evidence-Based Interventions Lead to Improved Outcomes, Day 1 of The Rutgers University Evidence-Based Initiative For Justice Policies and
Sympathetic nervous system
As taught Semesters 1 and 2, 2011 This learning object explains the anatomical organisation of the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system. The learning object is used as part of the level 1 Biological Sciences module delieverd by the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy. Dr Andy Meal, Lecturer in Biological Sciences, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy
PEMDAS: A Method for Remembering Order of Operations
This video demonstrates solving a problem involving order of operations using PEMDAS as a memory technique. The problem appears on a white board and is solved step-by-step as a narrator explains the steps. ( 1:13)
A Note from the Editor The 20th century was a bleak time for the cause of liberty. The Age of Liberalism was over. Nobody wanted to hear the ideas of Jefferson, Cobden, and Bastiat anymore. Those who then called themselves "liberals" clamored for all-around planning: that is, the abolition of liberty. In America, th
The 20th century was a bleak time for the cause of liberty. The Age of Liberalism was over. Nobody wanted to hear the ideas of Jefferson, Cobden, and Bastiat anymore.
Those who then called themselves "liberals" clamored for all-around planning: that is, the abolition of liberty. In America, th
Windenkind, het zigeunermeisje en de viool : Vragen bij het boek Dit werkblad sluit aan bij thema 5, les 7 van de methode Tijd voor Taal. Leerlingen lossen vragen op over het boek Windenkind, het zigeunermeisje en de viool.
Dit werkblad sluit aan bij thema 5, les 7 van de methode Tijd voor Taal. Leerlingen lossen vragen op over het boek Windenkind, het zigeunermeisje en de viool.
Footprint of a coffee cup
http://graduatestudies.concordia.ca/gradproskills Are your tired of being full of garbage. Join Diana Kirkwood the Zero Waste Campus Coordinator at Sustainable Concordia, as she walks through the reals cost of disposable coffee cups and offers tips for reducing your environmental footprint.
Gary Collins, MD Full Testimonial on Health Care UST MBA
Reflections from the Health Care UST MBA (Class of 2011) Gary Collins, MD with Regions Hospital, HealthPartners Department Head of Surgery and Medical Director, Quality & Safety Go here to see the condensed version... http://youtu.be/jLJdis6YXLM
Kim Ruck — health sciences major, cross-country athlete and creator of a program in which student athletes mentor schoolchildren on healthy choices. Read more here: http://features.clemson.edu/creative-services/homepage/2012/being-a-tiger/
Molecules, Movement, and Motors: Welcoming Remarks - Radcliffe Institute
"What Happens When Proteins and Their Junctions Are Pulled upon by Motors?" and "Designing Intelligent Nano/Microbots" Welcoming remarks by Lizabeth Cohen (Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and Harvard University) and Rosalind Segal (Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and Harvard University) "What Happens When Proteins and Their Junctions Are Pulled upon by Motors?" by Viola Vogel (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich), introduced by Joanna Aizenberg (Radcliffe Institute for
O'Shaughnessy Hall (also known as O'Shag) opened in 1953 and is home to the College of Arts and Letters, Notre Dame's oldest and largest college with over 40 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Forty-two percent of undergraduates are Arts and Letters students.
MSUToday: Students of the World (Part 2)
Wezi Mhango, who received her doctorate in crop and soil sciences from MSU, collaborates with MSU professor Sieglinde Snapp on a project to introduce legumes into small farms in Malawi as a way to improve sustainability and nutrition in a region facing the effects of climate change and malnutrition. MSUToday: Students of the World debuted at 9:30 p.m. EST Monday, January 23, on the Big Ten Network. More at msutoday.msu.edu.
MSUToday: Students of the World (Part 3)
How do tigers and people live side by side? MSU student Neil Carter works in Nepal to research the endangered Bengal tiger and advance conservation efforts. MSUToday: Students of the World debuted at 9:30 p.m. EST Monday, January 23, on the Big Ten Network. More at msutoday.msu.edu.
MSUToday: Students of the World (Part 4)
Michigan State University students and faculty work to install an MSU-designed solar-powered computer in a rural village in Tanzania. MSUToday: Students of the World debuted at 9:30 p.m. EST Monday, January 23, on the Big Ten Network. More at msutoday.msu.edu.
Baby Crayfish all over Mom
Check these tiny crayfish crawling over momma crayfish
art history timeline
This nine minute student created video contains images relate to the most famous artistis unique art history assignment *mistake in the very first line- its not 4000 years, its 400 years. Images contain some images of nudity. Good overview.
Spiders Jump With Deadly Accuracy in Green Light
Researchers have discovered a unique visual attribute that jumping spiders use in attacking and catching prey. The arachnids use what is called image defocus-proven in part by videos that show spiders jumping with deadly accuracy in green light (and fumbling in red).
Biggest Physics Discovery of this Century
By: EinsteinGravitydotcom Magnetism is caused by the Bernoulli effect. The Bernoulli effect is to Pressure - as Gravity is to electrical-mass Pressure.
Stanley S. Watts Lectureship: Elizabeth Duke, Federal Reserve Governor
On January 16, 2012, The Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond hosted the Stanley S. Watts Lectureship featured Elizabeth Duke, Federal Reserve Governor. During the lecture, Governor Duke explained her progression from a community banker to her current governorship post and responded to questions from the audience. (The Stanley S. Watts Lectureship was established in 1974 to honor Stanley S. Watts, a 1943 graduate of the University of Richmond. The Stanley S. Watts lecture bri
Barbara Ransby on Rethinking Dr. King's Legacy through the Lens of Ella Baker
Historian and longtime political activist Barbara Ransby discusses her award-winning biography of civil rights activist Ella Baker as well as Dr. Martin Luther King as part of the Jepson Leadership Forum at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. Professor Ransby teaches history and African-American studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago and she recently completed a political biography of Eslanda Cardozo Goode Robeson. Her lecture is through the James MacGregor Burns Lecture in Leader