Clemson University "flips the script" on FOX Carolina to emphasize the value of play
CLEMSON, SC--The US Play Coalition kicks off its annual summit at Clemson University Feb. 26. More than 200 guests are expected at the 3-day event, including participants from as far away as Shanghai, China. A news crew from FOX Carolina (WHNS-TV) became part of its own newscast Friday, Feb. 24 during live pre-conference coverage of the summit. Clemson media relations' intern Traci Washington put together a feature story on the station's Friday dance party. "The value of play in the wor
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BLOSSOMS - The Towers of Hanoi: Experiential Recursive Thinking This lesson is about the Towers of Hanoi problem, a classic famous problem involving recursive thinking to reduce what appears to be a very large and difficult problem into a series of simpler ones. The learning objective is for students to begin to understand recursive logic and thinking, relevant to computer scientists, mathematicians and engineers.
This lesson is about the Towers of Hanoi problem, a classic famous problem involving recursive thinking to reduce what appears to be a very large and difficult problem into a series of simpler ones. The learning objective is for students to begin to understand recursive logic and thinking, relevant to computer scientists, mathematicians and engineers.
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OrganWise Guys Shorts: Breakfast-Skipping Blues
Come learn about health and nutrition with the OrganWise Guys! In this short: a little ditty about making sure you remember to have a balanced breakfast to start the day off right. (0:30)
OrganWise Guys Shorts: Breakfast Starts Your Day Right
Come learn about health and nutrition with the OrganWise Guys! In this short: Sir Rebrum talks with kids about the importance of starting their days off right with a good breakfast. (0:30)
A Geriatrician's Insight Into Cancer Care and Medication Use
By: mdanderson Clinicians who care for elderly patients see a lot of cancer. That goes double for Holly Holmes, M.D., the only practicing geriatrician at MD Anderson. She explains how a geriatrician, or any clinician, might counsel an elderly patient diagnosed with cancer. She tells us what these patients and their caregivers should consider when choosing a treatment. It may depend on the patient's "functional age," she says. And she answers the nagging question: How can elders work with th
Lighthouse in Cape North
This video of the lighthouse in Cape North is narrated by the keeper. He explains what the lighthouse does and what his job of maintaining it entails as well as some historical information. (02:43)
Does the Mind have a Future?
Baroness Greenfield discusses how Information Technology is changing the way humans think and feel. Whilst there are clear benefits, she also highlights the less desirable consequences, and suggests how best to minimise these threats. The human brain is exquisitely sensitive to the environment. The brain is personalised even in clones (identical twins), as different experiences drive the unique configuration of different brain connections. These connections are constantly changed and updated by
Bears Show How To Dress Up Your Bearwear
Bearwear Fridays are a Missouri State tradition in which the entire campus community bares their maroon and white each week. Jenifer Roberts' fashion show production class shows how to dress up your Bearwear -- taking it from casual to classic. All Bearwear featured in this video were loaned by and are available at the Missouri State Bookstore: http://www.missouristatebookstore.com
Changing the way people give
New donation platforms are reducing inefficiencies in charitable giving by minimising risk. But there still remains a missing component.
MBA Career Search at Darden: Consulting
Paul Rhynard, MBA Class of 2012 at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business and President of the Darden Consulting Club, talks about the MBA career search process for students interested in consulting. He talks about the reasons consulting firms value Darden's general management focus, how the case method prepares students for careers in consulting, resources of the Darden Career Development Center and the Second Year coaches career mentoring program.
ISS Update - March 6, 2012
The International Space Station video update for March 6, 2012.
Student Report: David Adelman visits the Latin American Student Organization (LASO)
http://concordia.ca/now Our student blogger, David Adeldman, recently visited Concordia's popular Latin American Student Organization (LASO) for a Spanish language lesson and a brief introduction to the art of salsa dancing. Olé!
Professors Have Industry Experience
Not content to merely read about work, most of our faculty are regularly engaged with corporations and employers. Doing work, exploring advancements and forging relationships.
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