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Clinic Tour Fall 2021

A brief tour of the Audiology and Speech Language Pathology Clinic, hosted by graduate students in the Department of Speech and Hearing Science

From  Matthew Rispoli on 10/19/2021 3 plays 0  

Capturing Audiences with Data Visualization Systems and Pre-attentive Features

Data visualization has nearly unlimited potential but is often only as valuable as the story you are able to tell and the audience you can capture to see you story. In this interactive workshop,…

From  Bridget Sullivan on 09/28/2021 4 plays 0  

Preparing for the Virtual ACES + LAS Career Fair: Science Majors

Preparing for the Virtual ACES + LAS Career Fair: Science Majors

From  Aurora Cruz Torres on 09/15/2021 11 plays 0  

Clip of Eat Fresh, Eat Local: Preserve Like a Pro

Are you planning on preserving your garden’s bounty? This session will cover the pros and cons of canning, freezing, drying, and fermenting your favorite foods. You’ll walk away with a…

From  Diane Reinhold on 07/21/2021 21 plays 0  

STEM Illinois Communiversity Think and Do Webcast. Mental Health TechUp. Dr. Sadiq Patel

In this webcast installment on mental health disparities and access, we will learn about Dr. Sadiq Patel’s journey from childhood to becoming a teacher, consultant, social worker, and…

From  Paul Redman on 06/28/2021 1 plays 0  

Cultural Memory in the Star Wars Universe | May 6, 2021

Stephanie Halmhofer, Alex Fitzpatrick | "There is Power in the Past: The Politicization of Archaeology and Heritage in the Star Wars Universe"Owen Morawitz & Nick van Buuren |…

From  Spencer Keralis on 05/11/2021 9 plays 0  

Becoming a Trans Inclusive Library | Classifying Trans People with K. R. Roberto

K.R. Roberto is a trans library researcher and former academic librarian who specialized in cataloging and serials management. He has completed the requirements for the PhD in Library and Information…

From  Spencer Keralis on 04/16/2021 15 plays 0  

Adventures in Online Programming- Ihssen

iSchool Student Showcase talk by Clarissa Ihssen about online programming during Covid-19

From  Clarissa Ihssen on 03/30/2021 11 plays 0  

February 12th 2021 Carwil Bjork-James

Dr. Carwil Bjork-James (Anthropology, Vanderbilt) presents After Evo, A Return to the Grassroots? Understanding Bolivia's New Left Coalition.

From  Kasia Szremski on 03/28/2021 2 plays 0  

"International Librarianship Discussion with Clara M. Chu" hosted by the ALA@UIUC student chapter

18 March 2021 International Librarianship Discussion with Clara Chu Moderated by Nathan Sonnenschein, co-chair of the International Committee of the ALA student chapter at UIUC and Sylvia Figueroa…

From  Kathleen Ebeling on 03/26/2021 20 plays 0  

February 15 2021 John Magdaleno

John Magdaleno (Political Science, IESA and UCAB) presents Why Hasn't There Been a Transition to Democracy in Venezuela?: Ten Myths about Transitions to Democracy (presentation in Spanish)

From  Kasia Szremski on 02/15/2021 5 plays 0  

1.1.What is a Database? What is a Database Management System?

In this video, you will learn what a database is and what a database management system is.

From  Aravinda Garimella on 01/5/2021 22 plays 0  

To Your Health!: Parsing Trustworthy Food Science and Nutrition Information

This is the video of the To Your Health: Parsing Trustworthy Food Science and Nutrition Information session

From  JJ Pionke on 11/18/2020 8 plays 0  

SHS Lecture

Faculty Partnerships in Research and Instruction

From  Richard Detzner on 11/17/2020 18 plays 0  

ACT - All COVID Test Pipeline - Fall 2020 IT Pro Forum

Ken Taylor, Technology Services(Captions were autogenerated by Mediaspace. Updates from Otter.ai and human review will be added as time permits.) A review of the AWS pipeline architecture used to…

From  ITPF Zoom5 on 11/12/2020 20 plays 0  

Science Virtual Career Fair Prep Session - Fall 2020

Did you know that all of the UIUC career fairs will be virtual this year? The Virtual Career Fair Prep Session for the Sciences will go over what this means for engaging with companies and…

From  Aurora Cruz Torres on 10/13/2020 1 plays 0  

CS 125 Fall 2020 Lesson 3: Welcome!

Welcome to today's lesson on conditional expressions, conditional statements—the building blocks of computer decision making.

From  Miranda Holloway on 10/8/2020 165 plays 0  

Master of Sciene in Health Technology

The Master of Science Degree in Health Technology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign is a unique program. It is a one year professional degree that requires 12 months of an investment on…

From  Vince Lara-Cinisomo on 10/1/2020 9 plays 0  

E120 Episode 1.3: Defining Science Fiction??

In this episode I first discuss why we (think we) like definitions so much . . . and then I talk about different definitions of science fiction, offer some questions for consideration, and send you…

From  Melissa Littlefield on 08/18/2020 29 plays 0  

E120 Episode 1.4: An Un-History of Science Fiction

In this episode, I talk about the problem of narrating a single history for science fiction. But I also give you a brief roadmap of some genres and contexts that have helped create science fiction…

From  Melissa Littlefield on 08/18/2020 20 plays 0  

Using Eye Tracking to Study Infant Behavior

Researchers at the Children's Environmental Health Research Center at Illinois use infrared eye tracking to determine if chemicals are negatively impacting children's cognitive development.…

From  Steven Drake on 08/4/2020 14 plays 0  

Timelapse of 9.4 T MRI Scanner Magnet Drop

Contractors delivering a Bruker 9.4 Tesla preclinical animal MRI system at the Beckman Institute on June 25, 2020. Read more here... bit.ly/Bruker-MRI

From  Steven Drake on 08/4/2020 11 plays 0  

Jen Heemstra: Why Success is More Likely When You're Willing to Fail (Lecture)

Jen Heemstra explains why success is more likely when you’re willing to fail. Heemstra, a chemical and engineering news columnist and associate professor of chemistry at Emory University,…

From  Steven Drake on 08/4/2020 14 plays 0  

Sex Change in the Brains of Clownfish

Neuroscientist Justin Rhodes examines how clownfish brains change from male to female.

From  Steven Drake on 08/4/2020 12 plays 0