Planned Giving Donor - Janet Collins (Speech Read by Doug Puffer)
Planned Giving Donor - Janet Collins (Speech Read by Doug Puffer), Planned and Annual Giving Donor Reception, April 28, 2011
How to Answer a Question in an Essay
How to Answer a Question in an Essay. Part of the series: How to Write an Essay. Learn how to answer questions in an essay in this 49-second video on writing essays.
CME Receives $60,000 Endowment from MMA
The Mississippi Manufacturers Association donated $60,000 to the Center for Manufacturing Excellence to commemorate the MMA's 60th anniversary. The money will go toward an endowment to provide scholarships to students applying the the CME. Video by Mary Stanton. For more information on the CME visit www.olemiss.edu/cme
The David Pakman Show - Gas and Oil Prices and the President's Impact
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The Fantastic Secret of Owen Jester
Numbers are Weapons - A Self Defence Guide
Tim Harword, Financial Times, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar Series
'Before, During and After:' Artistic Narrative Representations of Peru's Internal Conflict
Prof. Cynthia E. Milton, Professor of Latin American History, Université de Montréal gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series on 28th February
Aggie Students Bring Clean Water to Haiti
A Texas A&M study abroad trip has a big impact on Haiti.
When Languages & Engineering Combine | URI's International Engineering Program
The University of Rhode Island's International Engineering Program provides students the opportunity to combine engineering and language skills, and prepares them for careers in a global world.
Space Race: Cold War Front
The Soviet Union launching of Sputnik leads to the United States creation of NASA and the beginning of the Space Race. America trails behind the Soviet throughout the continued race until the American’s land the first man ever on the moon. In this video take a closer look at the Space Race, set to “Magic Carpet Ride” by Steppenwolf. (4:21)
Sesame Street - Is it alive?
Are rocks,chairs,and cars alive? No no no!
Battle of Kwajalein
The U.S. invades Kwajalein on January 31, 1944, breaking the outer ring of the Japanese Pacific territory. Japanese forces are poorly trained and are easily outnumbered by American troops. After four days nearly all of the Japenese troops are wiped out and Allies claim victory on February 3, 1944. In this video clip, learn more about swift Battle of Kwajalein. (2:04)
Using grade weightings in Moodle
This short tutorial (7:48) will demonstrate how to setup and use grade weightings in your Moodle courses.
Bears Show How To Make Moroccan Rolls
Each semester, Carrie's Café reinvents itself with a new menu, wait-staff, management and cooks -- they're all students enrolled in restaurant management at Missouri State University. This class offers tasty items to the community using many fresh local ingredients, and the one staple item on their menu each semester are Moroccan Rolls. Abbe Ehlers, senior instructor in hospitality and restaurant administration, shows how to prepare this delectable dish. Carrie's Café is open Tuesdays and Th
William T. White String Quartet - Academic Spotlight
The William T. White String Quartet won first prize at the West Central Division finals of the Music Teachers National Association Chamber Music Competition in January. The students will compete as national finalists in New York City in March. The quartet includes violinist Yajing Zhang, a music student from Missouri State's China campus in Qingdao; violinist Xiao Hu, also a music student from Qingdao; cellist Matthew Price, a pre-law major; and violist Ryan Hardcastle, a viola performance maj
Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal: Schola Cantorum On Tour in Spain
Under the direction of Dr. Jeffery Riehl, the University of Richmond's Schola Cantorum performed "Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal" at the Real Circulo de la Amistad in Cordoba, Spain on March 5, 2012.
Fukushima Daiichi Disaster - One Year Later
Glenn Sjoden, professor in Georgia Tech's School of Mechanical Engineering, reflects on last year's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear disaster, updates the current status and discusses nuclear energy.
Lessons Learned from the Japanese Tsunami
Georgia Tech experts Andrew Newman (School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences) and David Frost (Civil and Environmental Engineering) examine the lessons learned from the 2011 Japanese Tsunami.
Japan Earthquake - One Year Later
Georgia Tech experts David Frost (School of Civil and Environmental Engineering) and Zhigang Peng (School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences) reflect on the 2011 Japan earthquake.
Hearing the Japanese Earthquake Clip 1
Georgia Tech Associate Professor Zhigang Peng has converted the 2011 Japanese earthquake's seismic waves into audio files. The results allow experts and general audiences to "hear" what the quake sounded like as it moved through the earth and around the globe. This recording was taken about 90 miles from the Japanese earthquake's epicenter. There are two distinct sound waves. Both are caused by the mainshock. A "pop" is heard 90 seconds (in actual time) after the main event. This pop wasn't re