Private label share in a downturn GoNU.TV Game Recap - Women's Ice Hockey vs. BU - February 12, 2011 A McMaster Moment - Why McMaster? Dr. Robert Pond, Sr. "40 Years of Metallurgy" UN Ideas that Changed the World Games Technologies for Learning Under Storytelling's Spell Tipi: Heritage of the Great Plains Granny Gets the Point (1971) - extract Photos for use in the Classroom The Holloway Series in Poetry: Faculty Reading Get Down to Business, Study Agribusiness Natural History The Deepest Living Fish Buzz Game Penn Readies for RecycleMania 2011 Classic Sesame Street film-a bee! Dilations How mental health law discriminates unfairly against people with mental illness The Bill of Rights
Nirmalya Kumar, Professor of Marketing, draws on his research to examine what happens to private label shares during recessions and how market share can be defended in challenging times
Katie MacSorley tallied her team-leading 13th goal of the season and Leah Sulyma made 26 saves, but the Huskies dropped a tough-luck 5-1 decision to the No. 3 Boston University Terriers on Saturday afternoon at Matthews Arena. The Husky penalty kill once again played well, only allowing one power play goal on seven BU chances. Sulyma made 10 saves to help the PK. Northeastern has now killed off 30 of its last 32 penalties.
Current McMaster students and McMaster's "Road Crew" a group of recent graduates who travel to high schools across Ontario to discuss their McMaster experience share why they decided to attend McMaster University
5/4/1988. Lecture given by Dr. Robert Pond, Sr. in celebration of his contributions to education and to honor his promotion to professor emeritus.
(Editors note: Unfortunately the first few minutes of the lecture are missing from the podcast) UN ideas have more influence and impact than is generally realized, on economic and social development and environment as well as on human rights and peacekeeping. In this well-illustrated lecture, two of the co-directors of the UN Intellectual History Project will present the findings of a ten-year project and launch the summary volume, UN Ideas That Changed the World
The Games Technologies for Learning report explores the ways in which games technologies can be used to enhance teaching and learning, and provides advice for schools and colleges wishing to introduce...
Storytellers from around the world will gather at Colonial Williamsburg to participate in the Third Annual Storytelling Festival, including Williamsburg's own Art Johnson.Author(s):
Tipi: Heritage of the Great Plains focuses on the tipi as the center of Plains culture and social, religious, and creative traditions from the early nineteenth century to the present. The exhibition examines the tipi as an architectural form, an expression of Plains artistic and cultural identity, and an interior space for domestic and ritual use. Tipi features more than 160 objects from the Brooklyn Museum's collection of Plains material, as well as selected works from other museums; objects by
15 February 1971 was D-Day - or rather Decimalisation Day, when the British gave up their traditional pounds, shillings and pence (and guineas, ten-bob notes, half crowns and threepenny bits) in favour of what in theory was a much simpler system. But, as this film demonstrates, many found it confusing, particularly people like old Granny Collins (Doris Hare) who'd spent a long life with 'LSD' and wasn't about to change. This dramatised documentary, sponsored by the Decimal Currency Board, pred
How geograph is useful in the classroom
The Annual UC Berkeley Faculty Poetry Reading Presented by the Holloway Poetry Series Lisa Robertson Geoffrey G. O'Brien Lyn Hejinian & John Shoptaw
Text-only transcript: http://www.caes.uga.edu/global/media/texttranscript.cfm?vid=apJ16fL2FGc Study Agribusiness: http://students.caes.uga.edu/undergraduate/majors/agribusiness.cfm Amanda Eade's degree in agribusiness prepared her for a career as a sales rep for Dow AgroSciences' forestry and industrial vegetation management division. Graduates from the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UGA have many job opportunities in the state of Georgia and throughout the U.S. ---- Am
A foreign landscape is revealed to a curious world by naturalist Mark Catesby. Interpreter Robb Warren talks about the man and his art.
Humans have been fascinated by unexplored frontiers, such as the deep sea, for centuries. Meet an unusual creature, snail fish, discovered in the deep. Then join us as Wonderopolis takes a journey into the depths of the Mariana Trench to explore the deepest place on Earth. (1:07)
Have a go at encouraging biodiversity on a farm. Play on your own or against your classmates. The Buzz game has been developed to simulate changes you can make to a field over three years. Choose your field margins, beetle banks and bird crop and away you go! The BUZZ game is suitable for all ages.
The University of Pennsylvanhia is taking part in RecycleMania 2011, pitting its efforts against 600 of its higher-education peers to see which school can out-recycle the others and minimize waste. Informational events such as the bookstore giveaway seen in this video are scheduled throughout the eight-week competition that runs through April 2. Visit www.upenn.edu/sustainability/recyclemania.html for more RecycleMania opportunities.
This classic Sesame Street video shows real footage of bees on flowers. Some give close ups of bees getting nectar from the flowers. This video is certainly helpful in building background knowledge. This would be beneficial in conjunction with a lesson/unit on flowers and/or bees or as a companion to a story/basal about bees. (1:05)
A dilation is a non-rigid transformation, which means that the original and the image are not congruent. They are, however, similar figures. This video demonstrates how to perform dilations. (2:25)
Institute of Psychiatry / Gresham College Lectures
Do you know your rights? Professor of Law Henry Chambers explains the lasting wisdom of the Constitution's first 10 amendments.Author(s):
GoNU.TV Game Recap - Women's Ice Hockey vs. BU - February 12, 2011
A McMaster Moment - Why McMaster?
Dr. Robert Pond, Sr. "40 Years of Metallurgy"
UN Ideas that Changed the World
Games Technologies for Learning
Under Storytelling's Spell
Tipi: Heritage of the Great Plains
Granny Gets the Point (1971) - extract
Photos for use in the Classroom
The Holloway Series in Poetry: Faculty Reading
Get Down to Business, Study Agribusiness
The Deepest Living Fish
Penn Readies for RecycleMania 2011
Classic Sesame Street film-a bee!
How mental health law discriminates unfairly against people with mental illness
The Bill of Rights