Scholarship interviews with Elise and Cleavon

I would say I’ve had a really great experience overall UMKC has done a great job being inclusive and Having opportunities like clubs and organizations and events on the school campus for me to feel comfortable and safe and I think that’s really important to have a safe environment that Makes everyone feel welcome. I…

AT TLS

Hi, my name is Elizabeth Noel, and I’m here to talk to you about AT-TLs or application transparent TLS. System SSL provides a series of C and C++ API’s that allow programmers to protect their application data using the TLS or otherwise known as SSL protocol. However, if you’d like to take advantage of the…

Charlie Puth Reacts To College Kids React To Charlie Puth

– (FBE) We wanted to show you some videos from early on in his career when he would actually upload acoustic covers to his YouTube channel. – Ugh, this is gonna be rough. Ugh! – (Sheila) He reminds me of a young Justin Timberlake. – That’s the day-making comment right there! ♪ (industrial intro) ♪…

Investigator Insights: Improving Medication Safety for Veterans

My name is Mark Bounthavong. I’m a national clinical data program manager for the VA PBM Academic Detailing Program Service, and I’m also a PhD Candidate at the University of Washington in the School of Pharmacy, under the Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research and Policy Program. Academic Detailing Service is an innovative, educational outreach visit usually between…

More Than Scores: Insights From NAEP on Student Experiences and Student Performance

[On-screen text] More Than Scores: Insights From NAEP on Student Experiences and Student Performance [Ebony Walton, NCES] Good evening everyone, and thanks for joining our discussion. My name is Ebony Walton, a statistician at the National Center for Education Statistics. NCES is a premier statistical agency that collects data on the condition of education across…

How Can Schools Teach Character?

– I absolutely do believe that character has a place in schools. I mean, my kids wake up, and they go to school, and they come home. By that time it’s late afternoon. They’ve had all these interactions during the day with their peers and with grown-ups, called teachers. How do I translate that into…

Imperial College London: Where It All Begins

We live in a world that is constantly asking questions To understand our complex planet, we need people and organizations dedicated to solving global challenges. At Imperial College London, the next generation of problem solvers are engineering sustainable solutions to climate change. This technology is transforming the way we interact with our environment. We’re improving…

CAS Shared Vision: Scholarly Creativity and Exploration

So, welcome. We’re presenting the production of our workgroup that is titled The Mind, Brain, Body from Biology to Culture. My name is Arianna Maffei. I’m in the Department of Neurobiology. My name’s Karen Lloyd. I’m in the Department of Art. And I’m Katheryn Twiss and I’m in the Department of Anthropology. So, the scope…