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Color 4 a Cause 5K
Get colorful for a good cause by participating in the Color 4 a Cause 5K on campus on Saturday, May 3rd at 10 a.m. SALT is sponsoring the 5K walk/run, with proceeds going to the 2014 World Relief Campaign, Kick-Start Kibera. Start out as a clean, blank canvas and finish looking like a tie-dyed Jackson Pollock painting, as you make your way through a course around campus where you are showered with colored powder. Cost is $20 per person or $25 as a member of a team (minimum of 5 team members)
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2014 Raider Roadshow Arrives at the Houston Galleria
Admitted and prospective students and their parents got the opportunity to meet with representatives from the entire Texas Tech campus community at the Raider Roadshow in Houston. It's a way for students and parents, not near Lubbock, to get access to necessary resources and questions answered about Texas Tech.
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Take a Tour of the Brand-New $22.8 Million Petroleum Engineering Building at Texas Tech
The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas Tech University has a new state-of-the-art facility. The Terry Fuller Petroleum Engineering Research Building has cutting-edge, innovative laboratories and classrooms.
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March Admission Update: Your Next Steps
An informal Google Hangout On Air to provide an update on McMaster University's review of applications and offers of admission to Canadian high school applicants. We'll be discussing the next steps for applicants with an offer of admission, as well as the timeline for those who are still waiting on an admission decision(s). Undergraduate (level I) high school applicants are urged to tune in to our broadcast and submit any questions using #McMaster2018 on Twitter, Facebook or Google+.
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Best Tim Hortons Employee EVER!
Last years song and dance can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-gFkxdZJvU Terri "the Tim Hortons lady" is probably the best experience any Tim Hortons lover will find when getting a coffee! She brightens everyones day by making even the smallest Roll-Up The Rim win huge with a song and dance. She makes McMaster University a better place.
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Are You Smarter Than a 5-Year Old? Preschoolers Can Do Algebra, Psychologists Find
Millions of high school and college algebra students are united in a shared agony over solving for x and y, and for those to whom the answers don't come easily, it gets worse: Most preschoolers and kindergarteners can do some algebra before even entering a math class. In a recently published study in the journal Developmental Science, lead author and post-doctoral fellow Melissa Kibbe and Lisa Feigenson, associate professor of psychological and brain scienes at Johns Hopkins University's Krieg
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Cutting-edge center combats devastating diseases
In this edition of Research Minute, we meet Dr. Kerry Smith, professor in the Department of Genetics and Biochemistry and director of the Eukaryotic Pathogens Innovation Center. The Center stands at the forefront of biomedical research on eukaryotic pathogens, which are the causative agents of some of the most devastating and intractable diseases of humans. Research performed in this Center directly impacts global health and the faculty here are dedicated to training the next generation of sci
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Donor Profile - Suzanne Pickens '11
Remarks at the Foundation Board meeting on February 27, 2014, by donor, Suzanne Pickens '11. Ms. Pickens explains why she chose to give back by establishing a Clemson Family Endowment to allow students an opportunity to have the same positive and life-changing Clemson Experience as she had. She also shares the impact Clemson had on her life and work after college.
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Bringing Bioelectricity to Light | Faculty of Arts and Sciences Division of Science
Adam E. Cohen, Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Physics; Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Harvard University Electrical signaling plays a fundamental role in biology: our neurons communicate with little electrical blips, our heart is paced by an electrical wave, and every cell in our body powers part of its metabolism from electrical energy in mitochondria. Yet just by looking at a cell, we cannot see these electrical signals. Cohen will describe how they engineered a gene from
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1971 first Women's Liberation Movement march - UCL students
This excerpt from the UCLU Film Society's newsreel archives shows UCL students on the first national Women's Liberation Movement march, 6 March, 1971.
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Giant Magellan Telescope: exploring the universe
Construction of the Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT) has moved one step closer after the project passed two major expert reviews over its design and construction. The two reviews now clear the way for the project to proceed towards construction approval. The Australian National University (ANU) is one of the global partners in the project to build the Giant Magellan Telescope, which will have a collection area six times the area of the largest telescopes today. It will provide clear images of pl
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Spread the Word to End the "R-Word"
Students on River Campus joined with the Golisano Foundation and the UR medical center to help stop the use of "retarded" as a slur. Signatures were gathered for collection on the www.r-word.org site, t-shirts were given out, and spectators were treated to a performance by members of "Wheels in Motion," a Rochester dance troupe that features dancers of different physical abilities working together to form art and inform the community.
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Dinosaurs and the Call of Paleontology (Robert Bakker)
Step backward in time to visit the age of the dinosaurs with acclaimed American paleontologist Robert Bakker. Bakker shares his fascination for the Jurassic age with Upon Reflection host Al Page and dispels some of the myths and uncertainty surrounding conventional portrayals of dinosaurs. Once a guest lecturer at the University of Washington, he talks about evolution, extinction and his "call to paleontology."
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Born in a Trunk (Steve Allen)
Talk show pioneer and first host of "The Tonight Show" Steve Allen tells Upon Reflection host Marcia Alvar that his success in life stems from a series of happy accidents. In this video from the University of Washington, Allen also reminisces about the early days of television and the beginnings of "The Tonight Show." He reflects on fellow comedians and talks about his wife, Jayne Meadows.
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Art of Appreciation: Gauguin (Richard Andrews/Marla Prather)
Get a behind-the-scenes look at art exhibition with former director of the University of Washington Henry Art Gallery exhibition curator Richard Andrews. In this 1989 interview hosted Al Page, they are joined by Marla Prather, then associate curator of the Gauguin Exhibition at The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Andrews highlights the pros and cons of "block-buster" exhibitions while Ms. Prather reveals how the Gauguin collection came together. This video ends with a tour of the Gau
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Building the Mosaic of Emotion and Human Experience (Diane Ackerman)
Diane Ackerman, a poet, essayist and naturalist, imparts her passionate love of life and language to Upon Reflection host Marcia Alvar in this 1997 video from University of Washington. Join the author of more than two dozen books, including "A Slender Thread: Rediscovering Hope at the Heart of Crisis," as she talks about her writing and experiences as a counselor for a suicide crisis line.
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Changing the Japanese Stereotype: A Nail Sticking Up (Dave Barry)
Author and humor writer Dave Barry speaks with Upon Reflection host Marcia Alvar about his travels to Japan and their influence on his life and book, "Dave Barry Does Japan" in this video from the University of Washington. Barry considers the stereotype of the Japanese monster out to kill and destroy, juxtaposed with Japanese people, who he finds are quite the opposite. He points out that the true Japanese person is a hard worker, diligent and tries to please both customer and guest. He says the
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Why Are Men and Women So Different? (David Barash and Judith Lipton)
Why do male and female attitudes toward sex often collide? How do genes, hormones and culture affect these differences? Watch this 1998 Upon Reflection interview with David Barash, professor of psychology at the University of Washington, and Judith Lipton, psychiastrict, for an impassioned but informative look at their book "Making Sense of Sex: How Genes and Gender Influence Our Relationships" with host Ross Reynolds.
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The Best Job in the World (Bill Bradley)
From the Basketball Hall of Fame to the U.S. Senate, Bill Bradley isn't afraid of the limelight. While he is also a Rhodes Scholar and author of several books, Bradley's active role in government has taken center stage in recent years. In this 1996 interview from the University of Washington with Upon Reflection host Marcia Alvar, they discuss government bureaucracy and why Bradley decided to leave the Senate.
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Mae Jemison - 2014 WCTF Conference Keynote Address - 03/07/14
Mae Jemison delivers the keynote address of the 2014 Women of Color Task Force Conference on March 7, 2014 at Hill Auditorium.
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