Marc Brown & Judy Sierra: 2012 National Book Festival
Marc Brown & Judy Sierra appear at the 2012 Library of Congress National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Marc Brown has illustrated many popular picture books, including "Wild About Books" and "Born to Read." He is also the creator of PBS's six-time Emmy Award-winning "Arthur" television show. Judy Sierra and Marc Brown have partnered together on the New York Times best-selling picture book "Wild About Books" and its follow-up, "Zoozical!," as well as "Born to Read." This fall, the famed duo
Getting Started (GS): Flash Professional CS5の概要
このビデオはFlash Professional CS5の概要をご紹介します。Flash Professionalの特徴や、新しいXFLの保存形式、ビデオ機能の強化、コードスニペット等の機能を簡単にご覧いただきます。
SPDC Job and Internship Expo
Go to the Student Professional Development Center's Job and Internship Expo on Tuesday March 12, 2013.
HILT 47 Beth Altringer
Beth Altringer talks about her Hauser Grant project (Expanding existing innovative program for assessing student learning in hands-on innoveation courses) where she plans to advance methods for better assessing how teams interact and ideas develop during experiential learning in multi-disciplinary engineering classes focused on design and innovation.
Why the Mainstream Fails to Understand Recessions He's Back! Breakingviews: AIG thanks but no thanks? Techquity: Amazon on way to $300: analysts; Facebook at $30 St. Patrick's Day for Kids! Kawasaki Akari - Can Japan change? New government, civil society and the region - Nuclear disarmamen Financial Aid: How to Find and Complete eForms Clint Black's Book of Rogue's John Siegfried: “Better Living Through Economics” 1907: Gift to New York University Comparative Advantage creating your account mentor practice educator TELE IBD Study Unit 3 Review Part 2 Have I Done Enough? Nekabari Goka's Stirring Graduation Speech Sunday Service - 2/2/14 - Luke Powery
Many Austrians saw the bust coming, and thanks to Austrian economics, we also better understand the details of how booms and busts work, writes Hal Snarr. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Allan Davis.
Turns out, nothing could keep him from returning to Career Services. But who is he? Find out in the first video featuring our new spokesperson -- and help us give him a name! http://www.career.arizona.edu Find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/UACareerServices
Jan 9 - Breakingviews columnists discuss why it'll be hard for AIG to justify joining a lawsuit against the U.S. government given that shareholders are better off, not worse, from the 2008 bailout.
Jan 9 - Two analysts raise their price targets on Amazon while Facebook crosses $30 for the first time in six months.
Fun facts for kids about St. Patrick's Day. The Saint Patrick's day holiday has a neat history. This educational video for children also includes a fun matching game and counting activity. (03:11)
Can Japan change? New government, civil society and the region Speaker: Kawasaki Akira Japanese NGO advisor - International Commission on Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament. Who will stop nuclear next use? A public forum on nuclear disarmament organised by the Australia-Japan Civil Society Cooperation for Nuclear Disarmament, Nautilus Institute. Japan is calling on a world free of nuclear weapons, but its security arrangements depend on the US nuclear umbrella. Both Japan and Australia
This instructional video clip is designed to provide information about the Financial Aid process at Del Mar College and is part of a Financial Aid Video Series for 2012-2013.
In this clip from History Detectives, we learn about early law enforcement in the Old West. Musician Clint Black wants to discover more about the history of a book of outlaws that was given to him as a gift. (13:20)
Watch video of “Better Living Through Economics”, part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Lecture Series presented by Vanderbilt Professor of Economics John Siegfried, who has written a book with the same title. Siegfried will focus on various case studies to demonstrate how economic research has improved societal conditions over the past 50 years by influencing public policykeep reading »
This image is a document outlining the details of a gift of real estate from Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage to New York University. This gift is intended to be used to create a college for women to be named Olivia Sage College. Neither of these conditions was carried out.,In October 1906, Olivia Sage had donated the huge sum of $294,250 to New York University, on condition that "some part of the property at least will be used by New York University as a center for for women's working and living, fo
This module presents the concept of Comparative Advantage utilizing both written and numeric examples. Comparative Advantage is used to justify the bowed out Production Possibilities Frontier, […]
creating your account mentor practice educator
International Affairs graduate student Nekabari Goka asks a question at Spring 2014 Commencement, "Have I done enough?" His answer will not only inspire you to reach higher and further, but touches the heart of what Georgia Tech is all about. Thanks for another amazing speech, Nekabari!
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Rev. Dr. Luke Powery delivers a sermon entitled "Mountaintop Mentalities."
Breakingviews: AIG thanks but no thanks?
Techquity: Amazon on way to $300: analysts; Facebook at $30
St. Patrick's Day for Kids!
Kawasaki Akari - Can Japan change? New government, civil society and the region - Nuclear disarmamen
Financial Aid: How to Find and Complete eForms
Clint Black's Book of Rogue's
John Siegfried: “Better Living Through Economics”
1907: Gift to New York University
creating your account mentor practice educator
TELE IBD Study
Unit 3 Review Part 2
Have I Done Enough? Nekabari Goka's Stirring Graduation Speech
Sunday Service - 2/2/14 - Luke Powery