Allan M. Brandt
Dean, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Amalie Moses Kass Professor of the History of Medicine, Harvard
Professor of the History of Science, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Boston City Guide
This 4:22 long video provides an overview of Boston with some mention of historical sites. Essentially, this is a travel style video that would give students some idea of what the city is like today.
Dean Eisner, CEO, Manheim - IMPACT
DEAN EISNER, 51, is President and Chief Executive Officer of Manheim a subsidiary of Cox Enterprises, Inc., one of the nation's leading media companies and providers of automotive services. Prior to his role at Manheim, he served as vice president of business development for Cox Enterprises, Inc. for five years, responsible for strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, new media and corporate marketing.
Eisner joined Cox Enterprises in February 1992 as managing director of Cox Internat
Target: Jupiter: Heidi B Hammel at ANU, September 2011
Catastrophic collisions have shaped the destiny of the Solar System, and perhaps humankind. In 1994, a series of massive explosions on Jupiter occurred after the remnants of a fractured comet plunged into that planet's atmosphere.
Dr Heidi B Hammel led the Hubble Space Telescope team that tracked these explosions. When an Australian amateur astronomer, Anthony Wesley, shocked the astronomical community with the discovery of a fresh impact site on Jupiter just 15 years later, Dr Hammel again le
Ghana Slave Dungeon
Built by European traders in the 17th century, Ghana's Cape Coast Castle was the point of departure for countless Africans who were sent to the New World. Witness the horrific conditions the captives were forced to endure while waiting to be sent across the Atlantic. (4:32)
Le secret des tortues vertes (video)
Est-ce le blanc immaculé des magnifiques plages de La Grande Glorieuse qui attire, tel un aimant, autant de tortues vertes, ou bien l'absolu isolement de cet archipel devenu, comme les autres îles éparses, une réserve naturelle ?
Le fait demeure, années après années, immuablement, ces reptiles marins, aujourd’hui protégés, reviennent en nombre se reproduire là.
Pour mieux comprendre ce phénomène de migration, le CNRS de Montpellier associé pour la circonstance
If an animal track is fork-shaped, it was probably made by a bird. If the track shows four or five toes and is paw-shaped, it was probably made by a mammal. There are many other tracks that different animals make.
Regional Spanish Series - Costa Rican #19 - Look at the small amount of stars!
Learn Spanish with Spanishpod101.com! Do you ever gaze at the stars blanketing the night sky? Learn how they discuss it in Costa Rica! Join Carlos and Natalia as they examine Aida and Angel’s deep conversation along with a look at the difference between informal and formal commands, in other words, the imperative mood. Don’t forget [...]
Legacy Day 11.11.11- TGC Lends a Helping Hand
Celebrate Clemson history at Legacy Day Nov. 11
The determined spirit and generosity of Thomas Green Clemson is impacting and changing the lives of all Tigers even still today. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni and friends are invited to learn about and celebrate Clemson history at Legacy Day from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at Fort Hill.
Legacy Day will feature food, fun, and entertainment including tours of the Fort Hill home.
Dick and Rick Hoyt: Inspirational Story of a Disabled Son and Dedicated Dad
This is the story of Dick & Rick Hoyt, the most inspirational father and son team to race in an Ironman Triathlon. The overwhelming message in this 6:40 minute video is that you can do anything. Great for athletes or for special ed children ~ as well as regular classroom children to promote compassion and understanding.
American Chopper vs The Metric System
This video demonstrates the need for subtracting fractions. This 2:31 long video is purely for humorous relief in a math class. Recommended that the students be given the same problems and see if the can solve them before these reality stars do.
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