1. The Doodler - Sculpting Benjamin Badgersworth

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    This is the Physical sculpture created from a digital turnaround of our 3D character Benjamin Badgersworth. Special thanks goes out to freestockmusic.com, musopen.org & incompetech.com for providing excellent royalty free classical music. As you can imagine alot of music was used in the production of this video. The duration of the film was over the course of 5 days.

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    • Roxan Gardner - Vice president of NRG

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      Energy for Business

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      • Diversity Fair - Dr. Freeman Hrabowski [56min.]

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        Lessons Learned: Strategies for Success Among Underrepresented Minorities and Women in Undergraduate Education Dr. Freeman A. Hrabowski, III - President, University of Maryland Baltimore County. Keynote Speaker @ Diversity Fair 2009, College of Engineering Introduction by Derrick Rollins, Assistant Dean for Diversity, College of Engineering, Iowa State University Gregory Geoffroy, President, Iowa State University For more info: http://www.engineering.iastate.edu/diversityfair.html

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        • USG Senate 4-7-10

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          • Supporting Students' Professional Development: An orientation course to facilitate academic advising

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            by Dr. Michelle Macera, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Harrisburg Area Community College - York Campus 24 February 2010 This presentation will describe a model orientation course to facilitate advising and career planning. Course topics included choosing a major, job opportunities with a bachelor's degree, applying to graduate school, and guest lectures from professionals in psychology-related careers. Students completed a plan of study, a resume, and a career exploration paper. Students evaluated the course and assignments as being moderately high in value and recommended that the course continue to be required for psychology majors. Nearly all students (93%) either changed their career plans or felt more confident about their plans after taking the course. Recommendations for implementing a similar course will be provided for faculty from all disciplines. Michelle's informative presentation on this excellent advising idea was part of the Spring 2010 Professional Development series held at the York Campus of Harrisburg Area Community College.

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            • BSIR Student Org Meeting on Feb 18, 2010

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              Recorded video of SOIS Bachelors Student Organization Meeting held on Feb 18, 2010 in the UWM Bolton Hall 581.

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              • NASA's Aquarius - Inquiry Education Webinars: How is Inquiry-Driven Education Brought to the Undergraduate Classroom

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                The concepts of salinity, density, circulation, temperature and other fundamental physical processes make up the core of any marine science course. Teaching these topics in an undergraduate classroom can be challenging to any educator. But with more readily available data now being published online, educators and their students can now ask and answer their own questions about the science of the ocean. The first webinar in the Aquarius Inquiry Education Webinar series, this session focuses on how our ability to construct knowledge about the ocean has evolved over time as the ocean has become increasingly accessible, primarily through the acquisition of satellite data. Dr. Susan Lozier of Duke University gives us a look into her methods for getting students to ask questions and answer them with real ocean data.

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                • A Day In The Life Of A Syngenta Intern 9-29-14

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                  Michael White, APS Undergraduate from the University of Minnesota presented "A day in the life of a Syngenta intern"

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                  • Networking, Mock Interview and Tips

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                    Networking, Mock Interview and Tips

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                    • Sherman Institute: Great Books in our Programs

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                      Sherman Institute now has THREE branches to our curricula tree. Undergraduate has been around now for several years. As of Fall Semester, 2013, we are launching a Graduate Level (Master's) collection of coursework, as well as a program designed for secondary (Middle-High School) level students. (This should be of interest to homeschoolers!) In addition, we are unveiling the first phase of a multi-faceted computer network upgrade to include a massive electronic library of PDF, E-Pub and other manuscripts, video and audio files! This video explains some of the nuances of all these new educational experiences, as well as provides rebuttals to objections about using the Great Books of the Western World in modern education. It's lively, to say the least, as we respond to critics, and move forward!

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