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Introduction & Welcome
Introduction: David Farrell, University Archivist, The Bancroft Library Welcome: Elaine Tennant, Director, The Bancroft Library Beata FitzPatrick, Associate Chancellor -- Chief of Staff
Allison Mcintosh - PhD Biomedical Sciences (Subtitled)
Allison talks about the beneficial nature of her work.
Tower Views- HSC Collaborative Campaign
Learn more about a new collaborative campaign "All hands on deck" at The University of Toledo Medical Center with VP for External Affairs Larry Burns.
2012 Monsignor Lavin Award Recipient - Tom Cronin
Tom Cronin served as an active member and as vice president of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. His enthusiasm and friendliness make him a recognized figure at both alumni and student events.
MOE: Noonball at Elon
Students, faculty and staff gave the Magazine of Elon some inside info on the tradition of Noonball on Elon's campus.
Held by the Auburn University student body for the first time on March 20, 2012, Thank A-You Day kicked off Auburn's annual Student Giving Campaign. The Haley Center Concourse event helped students better understand how private charitable giving by our alumni and friends benefits Auburn and provides opportunities for students. More than 1,300 students said "thanks" to our many generous donors by signing our thank-you card and recording video testimonials. Many students began their own legacy of
DegreeWorks: Maximizing time with your advisor
Students in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering have had the opportunity to use and see the benefits of DegreeWorks. Click on the links below to see how their experiences with the program have made registration, changing majors, and spending time with advisors more efficient.
SPC Outstanding Alumna 2012 - Helen Krauss Leslie
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Helen Krauss Leslie was honored as the college's Outstanding Alumna. Leslie enrolled in St. Petersburg Junior College in 1940, where she was the only female in her Mechanical Drawing class. Since then, she has been an advocate for the college and for women. This is the 31st time in its 85-year history that the college has bestowed the Outstanding Alumni award. About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Peters
Why do we love Facebook?
Alex Sevigny, program director of McMaster University's Master of Communications Management Program, discusses the mass appeal of Facebook, and why it's remained a personal communications giant.
HIV Antibody Test Using A Rapid HIV Card
HIV antibody tests are specifically designed for routine diagnostic testing of adults; these tests are inespensive and extremely accurate. Most people develop detectable antibodies approximately 30 days after infection, although some seroconvert later. The vast majority of people (99%) have detectable antibody by three months after HIV infection; a six month window is extremely rare with modern antibody testing.
1 The quick and the dead – the minded and the non-minded Two of the most fundamental contrasts we draw are between living and non-living things – the animate and inanimate – and between things with minds or mentality and those without. Rocks and chairs are pieces of inanimate matter; they are not just dead, they are the kinds of things that can never have been alive, at least not in their present form. Plants, however, are living organisms, as are animals. But while plants are alive they do not have any kind of mental life. Their activities inc
Two of the most fundamental contrasts we draw are between living and non-living things – the animate and inanimate – and between things with minds or mentality and those without. Rocks and chairs are pieces of inanimate matter; they are not just dead, they are the kinds of things that can never have been alive, at least not in their present form. Plants, however, are living organisms, as are animals. But while plants are alive they do not have any kind of mental life. Their activities inc
Science Bulletins: Gravity: Making Waves
Gravity may seem elementary. But proving Einstein's theories about it is quite hard. To do so, scientists are struggling to capture gravity's most elusive hallmark: the gravitational wave. This Astro Feature focuses on research at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) in Livingston, LA, where scientists have constructed a sprawling facility dedicated to the detection of minute changes in spacetime caused by gravitational waves traveling from energetic events in space.
Breakingviews: Coty's beautified bid for Avon
Antony Currie and Breakingviews columnists mull whether the fragrance maker's higher offer and Berkshire Hathaway's support are enough to turn Avon's head.
15.S22b Alex Angela Giuliana
15.S22 SSIM: Practical Leadership
University Baccalaureate Service 4:30PM May 11, 2012
University Baccalaureate Service 4:30PM May 11, 2012
Seniors 2012 - Rashad Moore
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Libertà di insegnamento e autonomia di insegnamento: evoluzione e paradossi della legislazione - Il D.P.R. 275/99: conquista o problema? - Le difficoltà per un insegnamento non eterodiretto : la sperimentazione dell'autonomia senza didattica - - Finalità e strumenti, passaggio di culture e di poteri - La valorizzazione delle diversità: democrazia e educazione- La complessità del “patto” scuola-società – Selezione e orientamento: urgenze ed istanze - Il ruolo della selezione nella fu
Factoring and the Distributive Property
Factoring and the Distributive Property-From Khan Academy (3:05)