Sporadic gunfire in Libya
Gunfire rings out in Benghazi as UN chief Ban Ki-Moon urges an end to violence.
Tributaries of the River Severn
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OECD at 50, Better Policies for Better Lives: Growth, Skills and Jobs
Now in its 50th year, the OECD has established itself as the leading international economic organisation for socio-economic analysis, best practice policy based on peer review, benchmarking and internationally comparable indicators and statistics. Its achievements have made a major contribution to both economic development within its membership and global economic issues. Bringing together business, think–tanks, academia, government and the media, the seminar will address the economic challeng
How to Make a Panopto Recording Offline
How to Make a Panopto Recording Offline - Adam Warren Keywords:Panopto
Inside Tahrir Square
Greek journalist Iason Athanasiadis is no stranger to uprisings in oppressed nations, having covered Iran’s Green revolution (and been jailed for his work). So it was not even a close call for him to ditch the margaritas during a brief respite in San Antonio, as news in Cairo “acquired an extraordinary force.” He offers a rem
Michelle Tuveson, Executive Director of the Centre for Risk Studies based at Cambridge Judge Business School, explains why there will have to be changes in risk modelling going forward. The next generation of catastrophe models, she says, will need to be holistic with a greater level of sophistication in areas of assessing threats systematically by reviewing the science and evidence base for threats.
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Public health in community settings: An introduction
This unit introduces you to some key aspects of community level engagement, in particular how to get to know the locality in which you want to work and how you might work in partnership with local people. In doing so, it gives you a sense of the nature and approach of community-based public health work.
J R R Tolkien: Medievalist and Mythmaker
These lectures cover an introduction to J R R Tolkien's career, show how medieval literature influenced his fiction, and consider the wider scheme Tolkien worked on linking his mythology to historical and other mythical events.
A Pig Worth Saving
The Ossabaw Hog shares its unique genetic legacy with visitors to Colonial Williamsburg's Great Hopes Plantation. Historic Farmer Wayne Randolph talks about the rare breed.
PMAD Kurt Schwengel
People Make A Difference with Danny Brassell o3/21/11 Guest: Kurt Schwengel
Thoracic Oncology: UMGCC Nurse Practitioner
Patients with thoracic cancers (esophagus, lung and chest cavity) are treated in the Thoracic Oncology Program at the University of Maryland Greenabaum Cancer Center. Specialists from all disiplines -- including medical, surgical and radiation oncologists, pathologists, radiologists, genetic counselors and others -- meet as a team to review each patient's case and formulate the best possible treatment plan. In this video, nurse practitioner Michelle Turner, C.R.N.P., explains what you can expec
Penile Implant Program: Infection Control
Dr. Andrew Kramer discusses the Penile Implant Program at The University of Maryland Medical Center and the steps it takes in preventing infections during penile implant surgery. Related Links: Division of Urology http://www.umm.edu/urology/ Penile Implant Surgery: Q&A with Dr. Andrew Kramer http://www.umm.edu/urology/ed/implant_ed.htm Video: Dr. Kramer discusses the Latest ED Treatments http://www.umm.edu/media/video/mht_erectile_dysfunction_kramer_1.htm
William Kerley talks about Britten's Rape of Lucretia and Albert Herring
http://calperformances.org Castleton Festival Opera resident director William Kerley talks about Benjamin Britten's "Rape of Lucretia" and "Albert Herring". Cal Performances presents the West Coast debut of conductor Lorin Maazel's opera company in these two fully-staged chamber operas March 24-27, 2011, at Zellerbach Hall.
ELEC2141 Digital Circuit Design - Lecture 5
ELEC2141 Week 2 Lecture 2: Combinational Logic Circuits 1
The Criteria for Translation
The Criteria for Translation: The Case of the Arabic Bestseller presented March 15, 2011 by Dr. Roger Allen, professor of Arabic and Sascha Jane Patterson Harvie Professor of Social Thought and Comparative Ethics at the University of Pennsylvania.This lecture was made possible by the U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant for "Enhancing Internationalization in the Humanities: Focus on the Middle East."
DMC TV: Welding scholarship
Del Mar College Foundation, Inc. representatives met with a Ray High School student and her family on March 8 to formalize a scholarship agreement, which was provided by an anonymous donor.
Spanier responds to budget proposal
Penn State President Graham Spanier testifies before Pennsylvania Senate Appropriations Committee (3-16-11), and responds to reporters' questions afterward.
Emerging Economies and Global Growth
Emerging economies are outpacing the west, even during a worldwide economic downturn. An accelerating shift towards developing countries means mature economies must look to emerging economies.
Chemical Engineering Centennial Seminars - February 17, 2011
Surya K. Mallapragada, Department Chair and Stanley Chair in Interdisciplinary Engineering at Iowa State University, discussed Bioinspired Materials during the Centennial Seminar on Feb. 17, 2011. https://engineering.purdue.edu/ChE/AboutUs/Centennial/seminars.html