Experience Brussels! : Tentoonstelling De naam van de tentoonstelling zegt het zelf al! Kom Brussel (her)ontdekken tijdens een bezoek aan deze interactieve, ludieke en didactische tentoonstelling. Vergeet al je vooroordelen over traditionele musea, een verrassende …
De naam van de tentoonstelling zegt het zelf al! Kom Brussel (her)ontdekken tijdens een bezoek aan deze interactieve, ludieke en didactische tentoonstelling. Vergeet al je vooroordelen over traditionele musea, een verrassende …
Finding Jealousy - Music Roll Tango
Piano arrangement on hand-punched paper by Frank Milne. A dynamic, mesmerizing piano roll rendition of Jalousie, a tango. Performed and interpreted on a player piano from the 1920s. A Tribute to 'Finding Empathy' at the MIT Saxe Lab. Note the fitting lyrics.
Texas Tech Researchers Test New Building Blocks
Texas Tech researchers are testing a new type of building block from Mason Greenstar. The new material called Blox are marketed as an energy efficient and environmentally friendly building material. The blox are made partially from recycled shredded Texas Lottery tickets and shredded phone books. Students from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Texas Tech are conducting the research.
Attack dogs of the West Bank
Aug. 31 - West Bank settlers want to put teeth into their security with attack dogs ahead of Palestinian bid for statehood. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Israel Goshen and Emil Aybinder
"From Safed to Jerusalem" - A Concert of Jewish Soul Music, Yad Vashem Israel Goshen and Emil Aybinder On August 24, 2011, a concert of Jewish soul music was held in Yad Vashem's Valley of the Communities. "From Safed to Jerusalem — A Concert of Jewish Soul Music" was held in the presence of hundreds of Holocaust survivors, their families and friends of Yad Vashem from Israel and abroad
Article :: From Looking to Seeing: The Craft of Typography
Everyone looks at type, but the typographer has to see more, because eliminating all traces of visual discord is what elevates type from being merely legible to being comfortingly readable. Jim Felici, the author of The Complete Manual of Typography: A Guide to Setting Perfect Type, Second Edition, explains how even the untrained eye suffers from badly set type (untrained doesn’t mean unsophisticated), and how discerning
Heaven on Earth by Kathryn Cheng
This video put to the song "Heaven on Earth" could be used to teach poetry or to teach about pollution.
I dreamed of a world
Where everything was beautiful
The green forest lands
So peaceful and serene
Clear blue skies
Where rainbow birds fly free
The sparkling mountain river sings a song for me....
But dreams can't solve everything
Just take a look around
The Earth is our home
Open Classroom - 09/07/2011 #2 Dukakis
The Role of Government in the 21st Century This week: 21st Century Challenges to the Conception of Government with Robert Kuttner as Guest Speaker
Design an Egyptian Playground
Students are broken up into four groups. Each group will use their knowledge about Egypt to originate a playground for Egyptian children. This will involve brainstorming ideas on paper, building a prototype with Legos or other material, and explaining their ideas to the class in a five-minute presentation.
9.52-B Topics in Brain and Cognitive Sciences Human Ethology (MIT)
Survey and special topics designed for students in Brain and Cognitive Sciences. Emphasizes ethological studies of natural behavior patterns and their analysis in laboratory work, with contributions from field biology (mammology, primatology), sociobiology, and comparative psychology. Stresses human behavior but also includes major contributions from studies of other animals.
Christ's at war
A letter written exactly 96 years ago by a young British solider serving in Gallipoli is among an archive of correspondence from men caught up in the First World War that will be on show to the public for the first time during Open Cambridge, when the Bodley Library of Christ's College opens its doors on 9 and 10 September. The letters displayed have been chosen from a total of around 30 sent by old boys of the Perse School in Cambridge to their headmaster WHD Rouse, who was a Fellow of Christ'
Club Diversity on Campus
A quick look on some of the clubs on the University of Rochester campus. Featuring: ROC the Raas (Rochester Raas), Mariachi Meliora, and UR Bhangra http://rochester.edu/studentlife/clubs.html
WSU exhibits memorabilia in 'Tales from a Dozen Decades'
PULLMAN, Wash. -- A showcase of Washington State University through past decades is now on display at Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections (MASC), which is located on the ground floor of Terrell Library. "From Cabbages to Campus: Tales from a Dozen Decades" will be open to the public 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday The exhibit will feature ephemera, manuscripts, media and memorabilia from the MASC collections. Do you recall WSU's first colors? Silver Lake? Trailerville? Clem Co
USAWC expert discusses Clausewitz
Dr. Jim Helis, Chairman, Department of National Security and Strategy, leads a discussion about Carl von Clausewitz in Bliss Hall Sept. 6. Students at the Army War College study Clausewitz and other famous strategists as part of their 10-month resident course focused on strategic leadership. The block of instruction for this section is the Theory of War and Strategy which prepares students for service at the strategic level through the study of war and strategy. The course emphasizes the theoret
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Health@Google presents Aaron Hurst - "How to Have an Epic Career and Still Be an Inspiring Parent"
This talk is for all the professionals out there who want to be a role model for their children and who see their professional skills as tools for business and social change. As founder of the Taproot Foundation and author of 'Mommy and Daddy Do It Pro Bono', Aaron will explain how to excel in your career while helping to make the world a better place by incorporating philanthropy into your day-to-day life.
Enlisted soldier delivers on personal promise to get college degree.
Christine is a proud veteran of the U.S. Army. Married, with three children, Christine had always intended on getting a college degree, but as she says "life got in the way." While stationed at Penn State she got connected with Penn State Adult Learner Programs who not only helped with getting her acclimated to college life but encouraged her to think about studying abroad. Watch and see where Christine's journey takes her. Produced by: Adult Learner Programs
PSYC 327-01, Cognitive Processes, Spring 2005
Specific course goals include: obtaining factual knowledge and learning the fundamental principles of the field, learning about the methods of social psychology and how we go about gaining new knowledge, and learning how to apply course content to improve your own rational thinking, problem solving and decision making in everyday life.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.