1. River Otter Spotted at Money Point!

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    The river otter is our “poster animal,” chosen to track our progress – it does not show up in heavily polluted waters. Today, our team saw a river otter at Money Point, on the southern branch of the Elizabeth! Elizabeth River Project scientist Dave Koubsky was there with two engineers from AECOM, the design firm for our cleanup, helping oversee the Phase 2 construction. Dave reports the otter “was swimming in the new wetland,” created by ERP and the Trust on land donated by Elizabeth River Terminals – adjacent to our Phase 1 cleanup area. Dave says that was just part of the teeming new life that he and his colleagues observed today. “At the same time, the osprey was out fishing, the egrets were coming into fish, and there was an army of fiddler crabs underfoot.” As the tide rolled into the new wetland, schools of tiny minnows followed it in. Until a few years ago, Money Point had been infamous as almost devoid of life. Today our team “marveled at how fast the area has recovered,” Dave said.

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    • Dr. Mark Slifka and OHSU

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      One of the promo/info pieces I did for OHSU. This guy loves smallpox.

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      • SciGirls Camp 2011: Day 2 - E. O. Wilson Biophilia Center

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        On the second day of camp, SciGirls II visited the E. O. Wilson Biophilia Center at Nokuse Plantation. At the Biophilia Center, the SciGirls learned about the interactions of plants and animals in the natural environment through interpretive exhibits and nature trails. Some of the things the animals they saw in this video include: Armadillos, snakes, turtles and a wingless velvet wasp. This video was shot by current SciGirls, and edited by SciGirls alumna, Michaela DeLoach. What is SciGirls? Now entering it's 6th year, the SciGirls camp brings together girls from the Tallahassee area for fun and science in a unique two-week summer camp for rising 6th to 10th-graders. The camp, sponsored by The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and WFSU, takes place each July. SciGirls: A partnership between WFSU-TV and the National High Magnetic Field Lab. Find out more at wfsu.org/​scigirls.

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        • SciGirls Camp 2011: Day 2 - Seacrest Wolf Preserve

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          On the second day of camp, SciGirls I visited a long-time favorite - the Seacrest Wolf Preserve. They learned about wolves and got to meet them up close and personal! They got to hold and feed normally wild animals, like foxes, turkeys, armadillos, reptiles, skunks and racoons. This video was shot by current SciGirls, and edited by SciGirls alumnae: Adi Hendlin Desiree Robinson Grace Dobbs What is SciGirls? Now entering it's 6th year, the SciGirls camp brings together girls from the Tallahassee area for fun and science in a unique two-week summer camp for rising 6th to 10th-graders. The camp, sponsored by The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and WFSU, takes place each July. SciGirls: A partnership between WFSU-TV and the National High Magnetic Field Lab. Find out more at wfsu.org/​scigirls.

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          • Jim Burrows, Mad Scientist

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            The one and only Jim Burrows works his magic with kids at Somerset Elementary.

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            • Blue Science and Technology

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              Blue and white background, great for use with business or technology type videos. Designed by Melissa Smith using Adobe After Effects.

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              • Todd Toth - Mars Lander Lesson - Goddard 2011

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                Mars science lab SAM Mission activity from the 2011 NASA Goddard week 1.

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                • Exodus Unlocked - The Science behind the Scripture MICROMESSAGE

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                  Are Science & Scripture more in synch than we think?

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                  • Drawn in Light (short)

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                    'Drawn In Light' is a film by Andrew Robinson documenting artist Joanne Berry's project 'Hijacking Natural Systems'. The year long project funded by Wellcome Trust and Arts Council England involved Jo working as a research scientist a day a week for six months in the School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Nottingham. During this time she collaborated with scientists Dr Nick Holliday and Tim Self on research that resulted in an academic poster presented at a scientific conference and produced visual imagery which formed the basis of a range of digital drawings, animations and illuminated artworks for exhibition. Andrew followed Jo's progress over the year to create a 20 minute documentary which is being shown as part of her exhibition at Derby Museum and Art Gallery, England, UK. from 23rd July to 30th October 2011. This a 7 minute edited version of the full film.

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                    • Professor Roland Dannreuther, Head of Politics and International Relations, University of Westminster

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                      The ‘Back to the Future’ project showcases the career profiles and professional achievements of current students and graduates in Politics and International Relations at the University of Westminster. Graduates within the Department of Politics and International Relations pursue a diverse range of career pathways. Employability is at the centre of our curriculum and graduates of politics and international relations are always ready for professional life. Graduates in Politics and International Relations have the following attributes: KNOWLEDGE Graduates from Politics and International Relations will acquire knowledge, both as an academic researcher and as an individual with a global outlook. This knowledge encompasses a broad and diverse range of scholarly perspectives and actively engages with the contemporary agenda. Graduates leave with a commitment to the continuation of knowledge, appreciating its intrinsic value and as a tool in professional life. INVOLVED Studying in a diverse, creative and challenging environment, allows students to leave the University of Westminster with a critical outlook. By working alongside scholars who are leaders in the field of politics and international relations, especially the intellectual legacy of the Centre for the Study of Democracy, the dynamic research culture encourages a global perspective, going above and beyond the conventional. ADAPTABLE Our graduates gain the attributes of ambitious and confident thinking, enabling innovation and achievements. Leadership qualities are evident in the diversity of pathways graduates take. Self discipline allows graduates to attain professional standing and exercise their initiative. Graduates in politics and international relations are adaptable and are able to respond to the new challenges faced within economic, social and political life.

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