03 About Stephens College MFA from Why Researching Screenwriters (has Always) Mattered

03 About Stephens College MFA from Why Researching Screenwriters (has Always) Mattered

My college is actually in the state of Missouri but we are what is called low residency. So students come to Los Angeles and the picture on the bottom is the Jim Henson Studio in Los Angeles and this is where the students come for workshops twice a year. You’ll see Kermit standing on top. […]

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Why Engineers Turned to Origami to Create Reality-Bending Metamaterials

Why Engineers Turned to Origami to Create Reality-Bending Metamaterials

What you’re looking at is no standard paper crane. But it is a breakthrough development that could one day let us reuse spacecraft, build epic superhero suits, or even harvest energy for electronics… and it all relies on the ancient art of origami. Okay, so let’s start at the beginning. This is a metamaterial. No, […]

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02 About Dr. Rosanne Welch from Why Researching Screenwriters (has Always) Mattered

02 About Dr. Rosanne Welch from Why Researching Screenwriters (has Always) Mattered

These are some of the books as Glaucia just mentioned, my latest book When Women Wrote Hollywood is about very early writers in Hollywood — most of whom were women. In many industries we find when they’re new and fresh women have opportunity and then as studios are created and people have a chance to […]

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Warum Lernen nicht komplett digitalisiert werden kann

Warum Lernen nicht komplett digitalisiert werden kann

with Peter Baumgartner on the digitisation of learning A few weeks ago I found an interesting article on the CHECK.point eLearning website. This article was about learning in the digital age and it was published under the title “You cannot download education”. The author is Peter Baumgartner. We meet him today here in Linz at […]

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What stress does to your body (it isn’t always bad!)

What stress does to your body (it isn’t always bad!)

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01 Introduction from Why Researching Screenwriters (has Always) Mattered – Dr. Rosanne Welch

01 Introduction from Why Researching Screenwriters (has Always) Mattered – Dr. Rosanne Welch

Thank you all very much. I apologize that I will speak in English because we do very bad in teaching languages in the United States. So this is the best that I can do, but I appreciate very much the translator who will help us all this evening. So thank you all for coming. We […]

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The Rubens ceiling up close

The Rubens ceiling up close

We’re in the main hall of the Banqueting House at Whitehall Palace It features a magnificent ceiling of nine large scale canvases by Sir Peter Paul Rubens that were commissioned by Charles I to commemorate the achievements of his father James I The paintings are of tremendous significance artistically and historically they are magnificent pieces […]

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Are These People Really Floating? ISS – International Space Station Reality

Are These People Really Floating? ISS – International Space Station Reality

what’s up guys thank you for joining us at truth to the youth I’m gonna show you these clips that I put together and I want you to just be honest with yourself while you’re watching these clips you see this guy doing a back flip and people are grabbing wires behind him grabbing his […]

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Quantifying the Arts & Creativity: Exploring the National Endowment for the Arts Data Archive

Quantifying the Arts & Creativity: Exploring the National Endowment for the Arts Data Archive

[David] All right, thank you, Dory. Yes, I see it recording. Thank you, everyone. Good morning. My name is David Thomas, I’m here at ICPSR. I’m a Project Manager here and I’m the Project Manager for the NADAC archive. What we’re going to cover today … Oh what you’re here for is Quantifying the Arts […]

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Faculty of Arts – the student view

Faculty of Arts – the student view

>>>Most of Woodland Road is taken up for the Arts.>>>We’ve got beautiful common rooms, they’re really airy. The whole Arts Department is all joined together so it’s a really friendly place. We have a very good library, which has a lot of areas to study in and places for group work as well. 24-hour computer […]

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