After Broadcast News: The Full Interview
Co-authors Bruce A. Williams of the University of Virginia and Michael X. Delli Carpini, professor of Communication and Walter H. Annenberg Dean of the Annenberg School at Penn, talk about their new book, "After Broadcast News: Media Regimes, Democracy, and the New Information Environment". Interviewed on October 28, 2011 at the University of Pennsylvania by Kurtis Sensenig. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. View the video excerpt: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EQGpVlXPmk
Italy fears see European shares drop
Nov. 9 - European stocks have dropped following a short-lived rally sparked by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's pledge to resign, with Italian bond yields rising to levels thought unsustainable for the country. Andrew Potter reports.
Seven men found safe on deserted Pacific Island
Nov. 9 - The U.S. Coast Guard hurls supplies from the back of a plane to seven missing mariners they spotted on a deserted Pacific Island. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Taalwedstrijd van de Vereniging Algemeen Nederlands De Vereniging Algemeen Nederlands (VAN) organiseert een taalwedstrijd. Leerlingen krijgen een aantal zinnen die taalfouten bevatten (de opgave kan je hieronder downloaden). Leerlingen verbeteren de zinnen. Ze mogen woorden opzoeken op sites zoals …
De Vereniging Algemeen Nederlands (VAN) organiseert een taalwedstrijd. Leerlingen krijgen een aantal zinnen die taalfouten bevatten (de opgave kan je hieronder downloaden). Leerlingen verbeteren de zinnen. Ze mogen woorden opzoeken op sites zoals …
Aspire To Inspire: Women in Science
Think Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) is just for boys? We think differently; visit http://women.nasa.gov/a2i/ to find your inspiration! In our science video you'll see Julie Mitchell working on water recovery and recycling, Tara Ruttley talking about experiments on the International Space Station, and Carlie Zumwalt's experience with Mars Analogs. Follow these women on Twitter @a2i_sci
Fighter for Freedom: The Frederick Douglass Story
As an escaped slave, Douglass became a power figure in the abolishionist movement and even an advisor to President Abraham Lincoln. Douglass also acted as a recruiter of African Americans for the Union Army. (19:00)
Faculty conversation: Reza Nassiri
Reza Nassiri, director of MSU's Institute of International Health, the associate dean of global health programs for the College of Osteopathic Medicine and a professor in clinical pharmacology, speaks about his upcoming presentation in the World AIDS Day Summit in Beijing.
Day of the Dead celebration at MSU
Estrella Torrez and Juan Javier Pescador talk about the Day of the Dead celebrations at Michigan State University.
Staff profiles: Michelle Nickerson
Michelle Nickerson, student services coordinator at the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, talks about her role coordinating student-led service initiatives.
First snow of the season
First snowfall of the season on Nov. 10, 2011, at MSU.
Lecture 22, November 10
Marketing - MKTG 25010 Lectures - Lecture 22, November 10 - Kent State University > COLLEGES > College of Business Administration > COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION > Marketing > MKTG 25010 Lectures > Lecture 22, November 10
Modern Climate Change
Recent climate change, which has occurred during the modern instrument era, is the focus of this chapter. It is through the lens of long-term climate change (occurring on thousands to millions of […]
In this module, we will investigate the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and look at future climate projections. We will inspect these findings and analyze their […]
Quadrilateral Properties - Khan Academy
In this five-minute video, Sal Khan focuses on the properties of a quadrilateral. He discusses parallelograms, trapezoids, a rhombus, rectangles, and squares. (05:07)
World's largest yellow diamond for sale
Nov. 10 - Sotheby's to sell the world's largest pear-shaped fancy vivid yellow diamond. The asking price is between $11-15 million. Elly Park reports.
Sara Paretsky: 2011 National Book Festival
Mystery writer Sara Paretsky appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: When detective V.I. Warshawski debuted in 1982 in "Indemnity Only," its author, Sara Paretsky, created a sensation by creating a female investigator who uses her wits as well as her fists. Paretsky challenged a genre in which women typically were either vamps or victims. "Body Work" (Putnam) is the latest in the V.I. series. Paretsky has broken barriers in other ways, such as when she founded Sisters in
156: Who cares for society ?
The economic crisis has put most governments on an austerity programme, cutting social benefits at a time when demand for such services is skyrocketing. Enlightened businesspeople can make a difference as social entrepreneurs.