Natalie Peterman (Lima, Peru/Beijing, China)
Natalie Peterman ('12), Spanish major, discusses her experiences abroad.
SUNY Oswego Quest Preview
Learn more about what students are presenting at Quest '12 (April 18) and what they like about SUNY Oswego's annual celebration of research and creative activity. See http://www.oswego.edu/quest for a schedule and more details. Video by student Blair Adour
The Unfortunate Idol Fo: The Story of a Forgotten Buddha || Fairbank Center
2012 Edwin O. Reischauer Lectures In his account of his travels in service to the Emperor of China Kublai Khan, Marco Polo provides a version of the life of the Buddha, a version that is remarkably sympathetic, noting the Buddha's saintly character. Yet, Marco Polo also describes the Buddha as "the first in whose name idols were made." This view of the Buddha from the thirteenth century would long prevail in Europe. Indeed until the nineteenth century, Europeans regarded the Buddha as an idol a
Global Health The Taubman Health Sciences Library's Global Health Program develops and implements a range of efforts including programs, instruction, and services to contribute to the University's efforts in global health. The libr
The Taubman Health Sciences Library's Global Health Program develops and implements a range of efforts including programs, instruction, and services to contribute to the University's efforts in global health. The libr
El origen del hombre - National Geographic - español parte 1 de 5
Documental de National Geographic dónde podemos observar como ha evolucionado el hombre desde sus inicios. Aquí tienen el origen del hombre. (10:08)
What Makes the News?
Students will be guided to think critically about the news, develop their own criteria to assess the elements of a newsworthy story, collect data on the local news and create their own news story.
Journalist Goes Inside Fort Knox
On September 23rd 1974. British ITN Journalist Michael Brunson goes inside at Fort Knox. Brunson was one of a select group of journalists and politicians invited to see inside the Gold Bullion depository as part of a PR exercise to counter the conspiracy theory that the Vault was empty. No-one has been invited to tour the Vault since. (2:53)
In Conversation with Smiley & West
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Approaches to Sociological Research
SPC Spring 2012 Graduation
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege St. Petersburg College - Spring 2012 Graduation Saturday, May 8, 2012 About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's gove
Bob Uecker Loves Wisconsin
In this History Channel States video, Bob Uecker, former Milwaukee Braves player and also a sportscaster, discusses the pleasures of living in Wisconsin. The Midwest state brings both the love of the game and life's simple enjoyments together. (2:26)
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This Week @Minnesota: Top 10 of 2011-2012
Feeling nostalgic about the past year at the U? Relive the fun by checking out the best of This Week @Minnesota from 2011-12! The top 10 most-viewed videos from This Week @Minnesota showcase 30 events from the Twin Cities Campus. Learn more: http://z.umn.edu/7ro
How to grow Yeast
By: Singer Instruments How to grow / culture yeast on agar or in YPD: We show you how to prepare fresh cultures of yeast from previously grown agar plates. Spruce up your old yeast cultures by replating onto fresh media or liquid YPD, or select colonies of interest to be expanded. Find out more http://www.singerinstruments.com
NYIT 2012 Commencement
NYIT's 51st Commencement Ceremony from May 20, 2012. Congratulations to all the graduates!
The Hand-Sanitizer Martini [Mark Thornton will be teaching Alcohol, Drugs, and Prohibition, an online course for the Mises Academy, 6 lectures over 3 weeks, May 31–June 24, 2012.] You might have the impression that everyone has switched from beer to red wine, or that everyone has switched from
[Mark Thornton will be teaching Alcohol, Drugs, and Prohibition, an online course for the Mises Academy, 6 lectures over 3 weeks, May 31–June 24, 2012.]
You might have the impression that everyone has switched from beer to red wine, or that everyone has switched from
Zoek op het internet : Werkblad Aan de hand van opdrachten over diverse onderwerpen leren de leerlingen zoeken op het internet. Ook de oplossingen zijn opgenomen.
Aan de hand van opdrachten over diverse onderwerpen leren de leerlingen zoeken op het internet. Ook de oplossingen zijn opgenomen.
Visible Cities: International Media Portrayals of Cities in the Global South [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Shakuntala Banaji, Dr Vandana Desai, Jamal Osman, Susan Parnell, Dr Scott Rodgers, John Vidal | As the world population urbanises, it is crucial that we critically examine how the media invites us to ""see"" cities. Visible Cities will bring together academics and journalists to critically examine the ways in which cities in developing countries are currently portrayed and consider alternatives. Dr Shakuntala Banaji is a lecturer in the Department of Media and Communications at th
Wereldoorlog I : Werkbladen In acht bladzijden wordt het verloop van de eerste wereldoorlog op een eenvoudige manier uitgelegd. Dit met behulp van de nodige kaarten en foto's.
In acht bladzijden wordt het verloop van de eerste wereldoorlog op een eenvoudige manier uitgelegd. Dit met behulp van de nodige kaarten en foto's.