Pratt Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy Commencement Ceremony, Duke University
Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University
Oceanus sailing the Panama Canal
Oregon State University's new research vessel, Oceanus, recently sailed from Woods Hole, MA to Newport, OR. En route, the ship crossed the Panama Canal during a 28-day voyage and now docks at OSU's Hatfield Marine Science Center.
Dare Obasanjo: SkyDrive - Personal Storage in the Cloud It's been way too long since Dare Obasanjo (of RSS Bandit and Carnage4Life fame) has appeared on C9. The last time was several years ago in an interview conducted by me and Scoble on a summer day outside of building 35 on the main MS
It's been way too long since Dare Obasanjo (of RSS Bandit and Carnage4Life fame) has appeared on C9. The last time was several years ago in an interview conducted by me and Scoble on a summer day outside of building 35 on the main MS
Eric Weber Recipient of 2012 Frist Faculty Award.
Video by Mary Stanton.
College Experience Final3
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Introduction In this unit you will explore social patterns in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and find out what’s important for people at various stages in their lives. Being able to talk about your own concerns and understanding those of others is an important aim when studying a foreign language and is the focus of this unit. Materials include factual texts, news items and articles dealing with current issues and many recorded interviews with people in German-speaking countries. The activities
In this unit you will explore social patterns in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and find out what’s important for people at various stages in their lives. Being able to talk about your own concerns and understanding those of others is an important aim when studying a foreign language and is the focus of this unit.
Materials include factual texts, news items and articles dealing with current issues and many recorded interviews with people in German-speaking countries. The activities
Louise Court interviewed
Cosmopolitan editor and journalist, Louise Court, joined journalism and PR students to share her top tips for a successful career in the magazine industry. Louise described what she believes is behind the success of Cosmopolitan - which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year - and offered her top ten career tips. Louise started out as a junior reporter at a local newspaper and became UK editor of the world's most read women's magazine five years ago. For more information please visit http://w
Economic Update - May 12th 2012
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A new "University Course" looks at food from professional and academic perspectives.
Survey of London: volume 45 - Knightsbridge
This volume describes a district today synonymous with wealth and smartness. The area covered includes the old thoroughfare of Knightsbridge itself, and the triangular swathe of land to its west, north of Brompton Road, bounded on the north by Hyde Park and on the west by Exhibition Road. In addition to the hotels, shops and fashionable houses and apartments for which the area is known today, the volume also describes the fabric of Knightsbridge’s more diverse past: the medieval hamlet, stragg
Professor Germaine Greer - An Insight - Full Interview
Warning: Explicit Content Professor Germaine Greer delivered the 2010 Winifred Mercier public lecture at Leeds Met on Tuesday March 23. Born in Melbourne and educated in Australia and at Cambridge University, Professor Greer's first book, The Female Eunuch (1969), took the world by storm and remains one of the most influential texts of the feminist movement. She has had a distinguished academic career in Britain and the USA and makes regular appearances in print and other media as a broadcast
GSC 11: Sarah Hunter
By: psterk1 EBI Metagenomics Portal. Sarah Hunter (European Bioinformatics Institute). Please note this video is incomplete. The 11th Genomic Standards Consortium Meeting (GSC 11), held at The Wellcome Trust Conference Centre, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK, April 4-6, 2011 (http://gensc.org/gc_wiki/index.php/GSC_11)
Ben Wellings: The politics of Great War commemoration
Dr Ben Wellings of the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences discusses issues of national commemoration, celebration and identity with Professor Laurence van Ypersele, Department of History, Catholic University of Louvain; Dr Matthew Graves, Centre for Research on the Anglophone World (LERMA), University of Provence (Aix-Marseilles) and Professor Jim MacAuley, Co-director of the Academy for British and Irish Studies, University of Huddersfield. The panel discussion was part of an ANU conferen
From zero to hero part 2 -- Richard Webb -- Nothing event
Mathematics would be nowhere without nothing. Richard Webb explains just how much zero matters -- ever tried dividing MCDXL by XII? -- taking us on a journey that begins in ancient Babylonia. Watch the other videos from this event to join the team from New Scientist and our of guest speakers for an entertaining evening of amazing insights into nothingness. Find out now nothing shapes the world around us, from the importance of zero to how a few words can kill to understanding the big bang. 13
2012 Annual Fashion Show Intro
The California College of the Arts Annual Fashion Show 2012, which took place on Friday, May 11th, showcased senior collections from thirteen amazing designers. Find out more at at cca.edu/fashionshow. Video by CCA Sputnik Design Studio / Ryan Luse
Arthur Meets the President
Arthur's TV Trouble
CSUN Distinguished Alumni Awards 2014: Diane Manzella Acceptance Speech
Manzella received her M.A. in speech communication from CSUN and returned to teach at the university for five years. She also met someone who would become a great friend and colleague: Julie Gardner. Together the pair started the company Gardner Manzella, which was originally focused on treating children with speech and language disorders. The company quickly grew in size, stature and reach, in time expanding to 12 states with more than 350 employees, many of them CSUN graduates. In making Gard