1. Aaron Burch | Stories & Beer

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    Aaron Burch reads from his newly released book, How to Predict the Weather, at Stories & Beer.

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    • Action

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      from Steve Kaplan / Added

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      • Activities and Recreation Center (ARC)

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        • Actors and Cognition: Can Acting Training Positively Impact the Brain?

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          Beckman Institute neuroscientists Art Kramer and Neal Cohen are currently collaborating with Helga and Tony Noice of Chicago's Elmhurst College to study how an acting training program may impact cognition in older adults. In this video, the Noices discuss some of their previous work and how actor training can impact the physiology of the brain.

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          • A day in the life: College football starter and Aerospace engineer Ryan McDonald

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            Try to keep up with the four-year Fighting Illini starting center Ryan McDonald for one day as he juggles the demands of football and the pursuit of his Masters Degree in Aerospace Engineering. This video follows the University of Illinois graduate student from sunrise to sundown on a typical Wednesday during the football season. Garrett Hubbard/USA TODAY

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            • AED Presentation

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              AED presentation at the iFoundry midterm checkpoint on 14, October 2009.

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              • AED Presentation

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                iFoundry's midterm checkpoint (iCheckpoint) was held 14 October 2009. iTeams shared their ideas and progress to an audience of students, faculty and staff as they presented their group projects for the first time. To watch video of the AED (Art and Engineering design) iTeam presentation on identity and advising see below.

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                • African dance class gives C-U its groove back

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                  In Spring 2010, West African dance classes a the Capoeira Academy in Champaign let students get into the groove without worrying about dance technicalities.

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                  • Aging Pilots (featuring Prof. Daniel Morrow)

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                    While it's clear that we all slow down mentally and physically as we age, Professor Daniel Morrow is looking into ways to help aging pilots perform just as well as their younger counterparts. Dr. Morrow uses a flight simulator and eye tracking equipment to put older pilots through their paces in the hopes of developing strategies and tools to help pilots maintain their flying skills as they age. Morrow is an associate professor at the University of Illinois Institute of Aviation and a faculty member in the Beckman Institute's Human Perception and Performance group. Originally aired on PBS station WILL-TV's "Prairie Fire" program.

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                    • A light-hearted take on matches & their importance

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                      Bill reveals the importance of matches in the 19th century; he shares how adding phosphorous to them revolutionized life - in both good and bad ways.

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