Schedule: Jun 5, 2023
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Videos and school news from Arden Middle School.
Student created videos from Oak Hill Elementary School.
Dr. Catherine Cummins, Associate Professor in the CSULB School of Nursing, provides important tips and guidelines on staying healthy and avoiding illness in our hectic world.
What did the founding fathers intend the powers of the chief executive to be? How has the President’s relationship with Congress evolved? Join students at Mount Vernon as we answer those questions and more.
Check out the 2022 SEVA entries from Elk Grove Unified School District.
Physician Atul Gawande delivered the first of the annual BBC Reith Lectures entitled, “Why Do Doctors Fail?” at the JFK Presidential Library and Museum on October 16, 2014. Following his remarks, BBC host Sue Lawley moderated a discussion.
On Tuesday, November 29, SCUSD, in partnership with Sac County, Arrive Alive California, 1PillCanKillSac.com and the District Attorney’s office, hosted a webinar about the signs of Fentanyl use and emergency Narcan administration.
“This documentary follows five medical students in their first and last year attending UCLA’s School of Medicine, culminating in Match Day, when they discover where they will be doing their residency. The students reflect on their experiences and hopes for the future as doctors.
The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is a groundbreaking community of problem solvers, caregivers, innovators, and life-long learners with a noble mission: to heal humankind by delivering leading-edge research, education, patient care, and community engagement.”
Coming up on this episode of SEVA TV: We shoot a bow and arrow, put together a skateboard, go for a swim, play some basketball, and learn the importance of physical activity. Stay tuned for all this and more from SEVA TV and host Kaser.
In this episode of Dispatches From the Edge we’ll learn about a student trip to New York’s harbor, Weddell Seals, and an animals need for speed!
NASA Ames 2016 Summer Series. Full understanding leads to creation capability, which results in customization capacity. For Human space exploration, synthetic biology approaches will reduce risk, mass carried and increase Human reach. Synthetic biology uses our knowledge of biology to engineer novel biological devices or organisms that can perform tasks not found in nature. Michael Flynn discusses the International Space Station (ISS) water recycling and his current work on developing a water filtration system capable of self-repair.
NASA brings you the latest news, images and videos from America’s space agency, pioneering the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.
NOAA is an agency that enriches life through science. From the surface of the sun to the depths of the ocean floor, they work to keep citizens informed of the changing environment around them.
Join Folsom Cordova Unified School District for “In the Loop with the Supt.” to get the scoop for November.
IB Development Specialist Phil Evans presents a TED-style talk for students and community members at Cordova High School.
International Baccalaureate Coordinator Amy Strawn presents a TED-style talk for students and community members at Cordova High School.
On October 24, 2014, Alan Eustace set three world records when he jumped from the stratosphere, including highest exit altitude. Achieving this record took a lot of engineering. On this episode of STEM in 30, follow the path of the suit Eustace wore from concept to design and from production to execution.
In this episode of Science 360 we’ll learn about the icy depth of fjords in Greenland, firefighters testing a new tracking system, and diatoms. Also we’ll stop at the Little Shop of Physics to see some ‘spy tools.’
Learn about the different kinds of elephants from the past, see real fossils, and understand how various factors — such as body size, tooth shape, and habitat — each played a role in the evolution of the elephant.
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Join California State Parks Interpreter Darcy at Plumas Eureka State Park to discover how prescribed fires can help keep forests healthy.
Happy CA State Parks Week! Today is career day and we are bringing you LIVE to Doheny State Beach and the Surfwatch boat for a live demonstration!
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Enjoy this excerpt from La Jolla Symphony and Chorus’ recent presentation of Powerful Nature. Ruben Valenzuela, founder and artistic director of the Bach Collegium, San Diego, guest conducts Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, also known as the Pastoral Symphony, so named by the composer himself. This work travels through a series of feelings that evoke scenes to celebrate the beauties of nature. It became popular to many when it was featured in Walt Disney’s 1940 film, “Fantasia” – remember the mythical creatures cavorting in an ancient Greek world? Whatever images this piece conjures for you, you’re sure to appreciate this inspiring performance.
The U.S. is blessed with stable neighbors to the south and north. Despite the polarization of immigration issues along the southern border, Mexico is the indispendable ally of the U.S., according to Rafael Fernandez de Castro,
director of UC San Diego’s Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies. Mexico is the top U.S. trading partner with over 6 million American jobs dependent on trade in goods and services with our neighbor to the south. Mexico also plays a substantive role in migration and border affairs.
Check out the 2022 SEVA entries from San Juan Unified School District.
Yosemite Nature Notes is a video podcast series that tells unique stories about the natural and human history of Yosemite National Park.
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation’s premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV’s Health & Medicine Programs!