Lecture by Scott Summit
Presented by the Design and Craft Lecture Series, this lecture by Scott Summit was recorded on January 25, 2012, at the San Francisco campus of California College of the Arts. Scott Summit, founder and CTO of Bespoke Innovations, explores the complex relationships between people and products in the very intimate realm of the prosthetic limb. He combines new technologies with traditional materials and patterns to create replacement body parts that inspire, enhance, and excite the wearer, turnin
Tower Views - Supply UT
In this edition of Tower Views Larry Burns, Vice President of External Affairs is joined by many of his colleagues (Amelia Acuna, Shanda Gore, and Jen Pastorek) to discus a new event on campus, "Supply UT".
UT Law Professors on WTOL's Leading Edge
UT Professors Rebecca Zietlow and Lee Strang were on Jerry Anderson's The Leading Edge to discuss the recent healthcare ruling by the SCOTUS
Catholic Mass - 7/1/2012 (Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time)
Duke Catholic Center Fr. Michael Martin, OFM, celebrant http://catholic.duke.edu Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 9pm Service begins @ 17:31 Homily begins @ 33:26 Scripture: First Reading: Wisdom of Solomon 1:13-15; 2:23-24 Psalm 30:2,4,5-6,11,12,13 Second Reading: 2 Corinthians 8:7,9,13-15 Gospel: Mark 5:21-43 Hymns (from the the Gather hymnal, ©1994): Processional Hymn: Sing of the Lord's Goodness (547) Offertory Hymn: Be Light for Our Eyes (509) Communion Hymn: O Taste and See (835) M
You're going to like what's next!
A quick animated presentation designed, first, to explain the importance of continuing your education beyond high school. Next, the presentation invites prospective students to explore more about Illinois State University.
Iniciació a les matemàtiques per a l'enginyeria
Dominar la matemàtica és imprescindible, tant en els seus continguts com en la seva metodologia, per a cursar qualsevol grau de caràcter científic. Per això, és necessari comprendre algunes de les seves tècniques i conceptes bàsics (moltes vegades, ja tractats a secundària i batxillerat) abans d'afrontar una assignatura matemàtica dintre dels estudis corresponents. En aquest curs, doncs, es proporcionaran tècniques i conceptes bàsics de l'àlgebra lineal i el càlcul, amb la finalita
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings Discusses How Education Affects the Dallas Economy
From your Block to the Boardroom: Why High-Quality Education is Our Ethical Responsibility. Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and community leaders discuss the community's ethical role in supporting public education. Mike Rawlings discusses the need for high-quality education in relation to job creation. For more information and to view related content, visit http://www.smu.edu/Provost/Ethics/Events/PastEvents/Block2Boardroom
Hitler's Economics Urban heat, ancient cave art, bold birds 01 MITEC Welcome Roundtable Perspectives 02 MITEC Managing Shale Gas Revolution 07 MITEC Electric Grid-Scale Energy Integration of Biology and Statistics Education (IBASE): Measurements of cells and organelles in bio Sunday Service - 7/1/2012 - Willie Jennings Phillip Earl Johnson '86 - performs at Redbird Pride Night Study Abroad: CUBA -- Semester Abroad Program at the College of Charleston New Student Orientation 2012 -- College of Charleston James M. Buchanan on "Institutional Sources of America's Fiscal Tragedy" Central PA Fourth Fest fireworks crew gets wired up for Independence Day Cranfield on Corporate Sustainability
The audio version of the Mises Daily article for June 28, 2012. [8:52] Narrated by Harold Fritsche. Music by Kevin MacLeod.
This week in the Planet Earth Podcast: a look at how urban heat islands will alter under climate change, and how these changes might affect your health, as well as our railways, roads and energy supplies. Also: why Europe's oldest cave art might not have been painted by humans at all.
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This lab was designed to promote the integration of a freshman biology lab and an Applied Statistics course. Students collect data sets to be used in statistics for examples and projects, and then present their findings in biology lab. Students learn how to determine the actual size of cells using calipers for chicken eggs, microscopes with ocular micrometers for onion root cells, microscopes with digital cameras/measuring software for red and white blood cells, and rulers for measurements of or
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Dr Willie Jennings delivers a sermon entitled "A Place of Healing." Sermon begins at (43:53) Purity is both an abiding theme and anxiety in culture and religion. Jesus profoundy reshapes our notions of purity. For him, purity comes not from avoiding guilt, dirt, or shame but from receiving forgiveness and healing. Our gospel from Mark 5 describes two women facing ritual impurities of death and menstruation; both find a deeper hol
Redbird Pride night at the Illinois Shakespeare Festival featured MooNie. Phillip Earl Johnson '86, Illinois State University Theater alumnus combines the European Silent Clown with the immediate interactive theater of street and stage. His very first performance was on the lawn by Ewing Manor. Since, he has done 5,500 performances in 23 years.
The College of Charleston study abroad program in Havana, Cuba, is designed for students majoring or minoring in Spanish, History, Political Science, Art History, Urban Studies, Latin American Caribbean Studies, and International Studies, or others who can apply this study towards their degree program. There are many opportunities for students while studying for a semester in Cuba. Some of the program highlights are that the students will be exposed to an array of cultural activities and study
The College of Charleston's Office of New Student Programs introduced over 2,800 incoming freshmen and transfer students (and their families) to the campus. Orientation facilitates a new student's adjustment to life at the university. New students and families will attend various information sessions in order to become familiar with what the College has to offer, meet with an advisor, register for classes, and meet other new students. For more information: http://orientation.cofc.edu/
Nobel Laureate James M. Buchanan, George Mason University and Virginia Polytechnic and State University Distinguished Professor Emeritus, discusses "Institutional Sources of America's Fiscal Tragedy" at the 13th Annual Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought conference at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. June 29, 2012
Since 1927, there has been a July 4th celebration in Centre County. Volunteers descend upon University Park long before the holiday to prepare for the show. The Central PA 4th Fest is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation with an all volunteer board and staff. With overall costs exceeding $200,000 we fund this through generous corporate and individual contributions.
The challenge for business schools and business itself is to establish a new maxim "the business of business is sustainable business". Business schools have a special contribution to make in developing globally responsible, critical and independent thinking future leaders and managers. This book aims to provide a roadmap both for business students - the leaders of tomorrow - and for existing and engaged leaders who need support, coaching and counselling to address the challenges of the sustainab
Urban heat, ancient cave art, bold birds
01 MITEC Welcome Roundtable Perspectives
02 MITEC Managing Shale Gas Revolution
07 MITEC Electric Grid-Scale Energy
Integration of Biology and Statistics Education (IBASE): Measurements of cells and organelles in bio
Sunday Service - 7/1/2012 - Willie Jennings
Phillip Earl Johnson '86 - performs at Redbird Pride Night
Study Abroad: CUBA -- Semester Abroad Program at the College of Charleston
New Student Orientation 2012 -- College of Charleston
James M. Buchanan on "Institutional Sources of America's Fiscal Tragedy"
Central PA Fourth Fest fireworks crew gets wired up for Independence Day
Cranfield on Corporate Sustainability