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APA Final Project Video

By: ampringl

Final Project video

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KM Panel Discussion February 2016

By: ctl

KM Panel Discussion February 2016 Kroepsch-Maurice Award for Excellence in Teaching recognizes faculty in each of the academic ranks who have demonstrated excellence in classroom teaching, ability to motivate and challenge students, and the capa...

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Weekly Rites #10 Natalie Tikhomirova

By: ntikhomi

I would title this one "peter pan." It was so cold outside and I had to walk home to my apartment. Originally the video was going to be based on my walking and movement towards home and then I became interested in recording my shadow moving with m...

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De-fogging the Eurocentric Lens: Okinawa and Gujarat Food Patterns; Part I

By: jpashko

Each video provides a brief description of the cultural food practices of Gujarat, India and Okinawa, Japan. By the end of the videos, you'll have an increased understanding of traditional food patterns, dietary assessment of common foods, challen...

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De-fogging the Eurocentric Lens: Okinawa and Gujarat Food Patterns; Part 2

By: jpashko

Each video provides a brief description of the cultural food practices of Gujarat, India and Okinawa, Japan. By the end of the videos, you'll have an increased understanding of traditional food patterns, dietary assessment of common foods, challen...

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Baby's Meal

By: hmacinty

This is my Lumiere Brothers remake video. I did not have another person to make the video with me so I put a little twist on it and played both characters. I know this twist isn't a realistic representation of the editing capabilities of the time ...

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Sanitation

By: uvmext

Like people, plants have strong mechanisms to prevent the spread of microorganisms within their tissues. Trees are capable of "walling off" wounds to prevent infections from spreading throughout the tree. This healing process also slows, and event...

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Shade Tolerance 1

By: uvmext

All green plants, which includes trees, need sunlight to produce energy for survival. Some trees can satisfy their basic needs with less light than others. Sugar and red maples are two examples of such trees. They are both considered shade-toleran...