Bishop Gene Robinson: Keynote Address
Gene Robinson, whose election as the country's first openly gay Episcopal bishop sparked an international uproar, gave the keynote address at a University of Rhode Island week long symposium hosted by the LGBTQ Center. http://web.uri.edu/gender-sexuality/
My Favorite Place - Anthony
Ever wonder what current University of Memphis students think? Now you can find out! Anthony's favorite place in the City of Memphis is St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Various service organizations on the U of M campus offer our students opportunities to serve the Memphis Community. Anthony has found his passion in serving others through volunteering at St. Jude through the University's Up 'til Dawn program. To find out how more students have made our city their home, sign-up for a t
Enhancing your CV while studying English
Nottingham and the School of English offer a wealth of opportunities outside study to get involved in volunteering and societies, to develop your skills and enhance your employability.
Tower Views - Rudy Taylor
In this edition of "Tower Views" Larry speaks with Rudy Taylor from the Office of Student Involvement about upcoming the new commuter lounge and other activities and services.
POL101 American Institutions #03 Sp14
A 13 week three unit college course taught by Ginger Silvera for undergraduates and people interested in politics Please Subscribe www.youtube.com?csudhtv
John Supko on Art, Life and Technology
Award-winning composer John Supko, Duke's Hunt Family Assistant Professor of Music, shares how life, art, and technology intersect in his compositions--and how a computer can sometimes come up with material far beyond human expectation. All music courtesy of John Supko. (http://www.johnsupko.com/) All b-roll footage used under the fair use doctrine of United States copyright law. Fair use permits limited use of copyrighted material without acquiring permission from the rights holders. Example
One factor that makes glioblastoma cancers so difficult to treat is that malignant cells from the tumors spread throughout the brain by following nerve fibers and blood vessels to invade new locations. Now, researchers have learned to hijack this migratory mechanism, turning it against the cancer by using a film of nanofibers thinner than human hair to lure tumor cells away. This video describes the research and includes an animation showing how it would work.
FILC 2014 | St. Petersburg College Students
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege FILC 2014 | St. Petersburg College Students About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation
Love A Donor Day
On Valentine's Day, we held our first SUNY Oswego Love a Donor Day. Students stopped by informational tables around campus to learn how your gifts support activities and programs that directly affect the quality of their educational experience. Video by Matthew Bishop '14 and Tyler Edic '13.
Robert Moore: Literary Transformations and Live Theatre
English faculty member Robert Moore discusses the "Transformations" sophomore seminar he developed to complement the Acting Company's performances of "Hamlet" and "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," Feb. 26 and 27, respectively, at SUNY Oswego. Moore also notes the added dimension of live theatre in interpreting literature. For more information, see http://www.oswego.edu/news/index.php/site/news_story/the_acting_company Video by HCI graduate student Phillip Moore with additional footage cou
Leon Wiles advocates for a diverse campus climate
Clemson's chief diversity officer Leon Wiles explains his role at the university and outlines the initiatives that he has brought to campus to encourage a diverse climate.
Clemson University's Department of Bioengineering
Undergraduate and graduate researchers and faculty talking about patents, entrepreneurship, and awards www.clemson.edu/ces/bioe/
Clemson University shares insight, understanding through Tunnel of Oppression
Know what it feels like. To share perspective and foster understanding about negative labels and terms, Clemson University students created the Tunnel of Oppression, a place where visitors can get a first-hand look of the names, terms and views that tear people apart. And they learn what can be done to encourage a more inclusive climate.
Yea, I'm The Water Cycle!
Produced for Clemson University students to tell them where their potable water comes from and ways to conserve water. The visuals are synchronized to a rap song that was created just for the video and was performed by Freddy Paige. The very animated student in the orange body suit is Matthew Miller. Many other Clemson students (to numerous to mention here) were also involved. The video was created in 2013 and was made possible by collaborative efforts between University Housing & Dining Office
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Absolute and Comparative Advantage
Protectionism: An Indirect Subsidy from Consumers to Producers
International Trade and Its Effects on Jobs, Wages, and Working Conditions
Arguments in Support of Restricting Imports