1. New College NCUIRE video 2


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    Undergraduate research is integral to the student-centered, interdisciplinary education that New College faculty provide to their students. Benefits provided to students, faculty, and campuses are manifold and well-documented. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry & Research Experiences (NCUIRE, pronounced “Inquire”) Program will engage New College undergraduates in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduate scholars. Visit ncuire.asu.edu

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    • Dream Project (UW)


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      This unique under-graduate program has a simple mission. Recruit freshman from inner-cities. Help them navigate the college experience. In exchange, they go back and do the same for 10 students from their high school. PAY IT FORWARD. They have demonstrated exponential growth of inner-city kids making it into, and succeeding in college. That's major. Directed: Matthew Chernicoff Produced: Lily Ly, Samson Lim, Matt Harris, Grant Twitchell, Wendy Kim Edited: Matthew Chernicoff Original Score: Bean One Shot: Dream Project Students www.dreamproject.washington.edu © 2010

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      • Leeds School Professional Mentorship Program


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        The Leeds School of Business Professional Mentorship Program pairs undergraduate students with business professionals from around the country. Launched in Fall 2009, this program is unique at the undergraduate level and matches students with mentors based on a variety of characteristics including: field of study, desired geographic location following graduation, career interests and personality. If you are interested in being a mentor or would like more information, please email ProfessionalMentor@colorado.edu or visit http://leeds.colorado.edu/mentorship.

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        • Find out more about Les Roches undergraduate programs!


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          Thank you for your participation and interest in the webinar of April 5th 2011. We hope you enjoyed the discussion about our undergraduate programs and we are pleased to offer you this webinar online for playback and review. Looking for a webinar on another topic? Go on our website and find out more about the upcoming online seminars that will take place in 2011! We look forward to welcoming you soon for our online webinars. The Les Roches Webinar Team http://www.lesroches.edu

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          • Philip Merrill College of Journalism Video Brochure


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            Freedom of speech. Freedom of the press. For students at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism, freedom means the opportunity to gain experience in one of the nation's most exciting media markets -- Washington, D.C. -- and to develop multimedia reporting and editing skills under the direction of some of the world's most accomplished professional journalists.

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            • State Of Mind


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              Undergraduate film made after being given the instructions that we had to include the line "I see this life through a lens", from which we took our inspiration. Made at University Of Exeter by Hugh Blackstaffe, Conor Morgan, Iris Schmidt, Gabrielle Stubbs and Cameron Ward, with thanks to Ben Sherriff. Shot with a Canon XL1s, edited on Final Cut Pro

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              • Interactive Planetarium on Downtown Toronto UofT Campus


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                In our basement in downtown Toronto, and hooked to a joystick, are a computer and a projector inside a dark inflatable igloo. This gear allows Mike Williams —and the crew of Teaching Assistants he has trained— to fly students, visitors and schoolchildren (25 of them at a time) through the Universe. Along the way, the audience gets an idea of how the Universe all works and fits together. The software and joystick make for an interactive experience, as the show can be modified on the fly Over 2,000 people have already been through the experience, and so can you, if you book a free seat for a show during the next Public Tour!

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                • Star Watching from UofT Astronomical Observatory in Downtown Toronto


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                  On the first Thursday of most months, you can access our rooftop observatory, thanks to the dedication of about a dozen Astronomy graduate students. They will be your guides, pointing the telescopes in the right direction for you, and explaining why the objects you see are the way they are. But remember: one thing our crew cannot control is the weather. And because optical telescopes don′t let you to see through the clouds, you should check the weather forecast. You will also need to dress according to the outside temperature, because the telescope domes are not heated in winter and not conditioned in summer.

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                  • Free Astronomy Public Lectures on UofT Downtown Toronto Campus


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                    On the evening of the first Thursday of most months, two of the Astronomy graduate students run the show on our downtown Toronto campus. Jamil Shariff and Ilana MacDonald give you an hour with a young researcher —enough to answer all your questions about black holes and 2012, or to give you an idea of life in Antarctica. Because the speakers themselves are often students, they still remember how hard it is to get your head around these concepts the first time. Ilana and Jamil also coach their crew, so they think anybody can follow these talks, and they encourage everyone to attend them.

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