Ramiro Martinez, Jr., on Latino crime stereotypes
Ramiro Martinez, Jr., a professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, discusses that while people may perceive certain groups, such as immigrants and Latinos to have higher rates of violent crime, data has actually shown that this is not the case.
Red Ribbon Week - Poinsons
Red Ribbon Week. This video discusses things that are good for you and things that are not. (01:08)
Red Ribbon Week - Good vs Bad Drugs
Red Ribbon Week. This video discusses things that are good for you and things that are not. When is a drug good for you or bad for you.(01:08)
Red Ribbon Week - Drinking and Smoking
Red Ribbon Week. What's the best way to help someone you love who is struggling in life? This video addresses what to do if you know someone who is drinking or smoking. And what if they are adults? (01:08)
Exploring the Moon
Future astronauts return to the lunar surface in this animation. For larger resolution and downloads see: http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/videogallery/
Gene Stories: The Court of Opinion
Part of a BBC Web site devoted to demystifying the world of genes, the Court of Opinion offers users a fun, interactive way to explore some of the ethical issues raised in the field of genetic research. Users step into a virtual courtroom to hear from "the scientists, the campaigners, the advocates and the voices of dissent." Three courtrooms are available, each focused on a different issue, such as the relative contribution of nature (our genes) versus nurture (our environments) to human behavi
How to Do Economic History UIL 2010 WICKED An Introduction to Togitsu, Japan GULP: Towering ambition CIS STARR Forum: Border Security in the 21st Century Japan remembers 2011 tsunami CSR as a Quality Enabler Advanced Diagnostics & Therapeutics: The Science of Engineering a Healthier World What is the futue of learning in Canada? - Dr. Paul Cappon How Matt Ridgway Kept Us Out of War, and Eric Shinseki Did Not Walcott and Naipaul: History and Myth Euro Hawk a new eye in the sky for Germany Phonics Song: Beginning Blends With Miss Jenny
A Japanese college student introduces her hometown, Togitsu, Japan, in this selection. The selection contains a slide show of photos with narration provided by the student. ( 3:36)
Dr Amy Frost of the Bath Preservation Trust provides a deatailed biography of William Beckford
Alan Bersin, Commissioner of US Customs and Border Protection
Chappel Lawson, Associate Professor of Political Science at MIT
Japan commemorates four years since a nine magnitude earthquake triggered a massive tsunami and nuclear crisis. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For ove
“Sustainability” is about more than being environmentally or socially responsible. The story of Tchibo Coffee shows that it can also give customers consistent quality.
Advanced Diagnostics & Therapeutics, one of the University of Notre Dame's strategic research investments, breaks down barriers and fosters new collaborations across the Colleges of Science and Engineering. The initiative's faculty and students are creating technologies and tools to combat disease, promote health, and safeguard the environment—all with a commitment to addressing developing world problems and a focus on commercializing Notre Dame discoveries. http://advanceddiagnostics.nd.edu/
Dr. Paul Cappon, Canadian Council on Learning, presented CCL's recent findings on all aspects of the learning cycle: from early childhood through school, post-secondary education, and adult and workplace learning and training.
Dr. Conrad Crane, director of the Military History Institute, discusses "How Gen. Ridgway kept us out of war and Gen Shinseki did not" during a noontime lecture at the Army War College Oct. 19.
Catherine Brown, Lecturer in English Literature, compares West Indian writers Derek Walcott and Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul on their attitudes towards history and myth.
Oct. 26 - Germany's Federal Defense Force has taken delivery of a new, technically advanced aircraft designed for surveillance from high altitudes. The Euro Hawk, developed by U.S. defense contractor Northrop Grumman and EADS company, Cassidian, is an unmanned aircraft system specially equipped for electronic eavesdropping. Maryam Behmard reports.
Children learn how to blend sounds to read advanced words in "Beginning Blends." (0:58)
UIL 2010 WICKED
An Introduction to Togitsu, Japan
GULP: Towering ambition
CIS STARR Forum: Border Security in the 21st Century
Japan remembers 2011 tsunami
CSR as a Quality Enabler
Advanced Diagnostics & Therapeutics: The Science of Engineering a Healthier World
What is the futue of learning in Canada? - Dr. Paul Cappon
How Matt Ridgway Kept Us Out of War, and Eric Shinseki Did Not
Walcott and Naipaul: History and Myth
Euro Hawk a new eye in the sky for Germany
Phonics Song: Beginning Blends With Miss Jenny