Baker Street: Episode 2

My life sucks, everything is a mess, and Sherlock Holmes is worse than ever. ok. I know that last time we spoke, everything was fantastic. but, uh, let me tell you good things do not last forever. First of all, you know that position I scored at UofT? Well, It’s awsome, but it’s all consuming. […]

IAMUWM: Sequoia Baker

Hi! My name is Sequoia Baker and I’m double majoring in political science and journalism, advertising and media studies. We really have a very unique experience at UWM. The availability of internships around UWM and Milwaukee is incredible. Because we’re in a big city, we’re able to gain connections with these organizations, non-profits and small […]

OSU CASNR | Food Science Degree Program

(guitar strumming) – Food science is kind of the study of how our food is made, how it’s processed, how it’s handled, the safety behind it, and everything that goes into it, from meat to fruits and vegetables. Basically, by studying food science, you’re gonna know what you’re eating and kinda how it affects your […]

FGCU 360 Now: Water-Energy-Food Nexus System

TSEGAYE: My name is Seneshaw Tsegaye. I’m an assistant professor of the Environmental and Civil Engineering department. We know that the population is increasing and natural resources are depleting. So in order to cope with the future, there is no other way but to look into the waste resources that we have. We call it […]

Outstanding Graduate 2019: Madison Baker

My name is Madison Baker. I’m from Grandville Michigan. My major is in Elementary Education and I will be graduating this spring. So when I was growing up I used to make my little brother play school with me. The poor kid! I would make him do worksheets that I created myself and I would […]

Baker Hall Virtual Tour and Sustainable Features

Built in 1937 and second oldest residence hall on campus Baker Hall is a shining example of how the University of Colorado can combine ingenuity, sustainability and historical preservation all together under one roof. Baker Hall was named after a former CU President, James H Baker, who served the university from the late 1800s to […]

A Short History of Tea in English Homes.wmv

Drinking tea is often seen as a very English tradition but for most of history this is not the case. Before tea came to England it already had a long history in China where people have been drinking for over four thousand years. When tea arrived in English home in the late 1600s, it was […]

This Is Jon: Baking Bread, Part 1

– [Jon] And do you pronounce it autolyse or auto-clyse? – [Tim] Autolyse. – [Jon] Autolyse? – [Tim] Do you pronounce it auto-clyse? – [Jon] Did you watch a YouTube video to see how they pronounce it? – [Tim] Yeah, that’s how they pronounce it. – Really? – Yeah. – [Jon] Now, see what I’m […]

The Bard College Farm

♪ ♪ ♪ [Carter Vanderbilt:] Without student interest the farm never would have happened. A number of students got together and basically tabled for three weeks to get not just the money for the project but also to demonstrate that this was a thing that students really were backing and really wanted to happen at […]

Interior Design + Kitchen and Bath Design

Interior designers are really involved in the planning of all the environments that we inhabit. I think that designers have a great ability to make a positive impact on the lives of people. From creating healthcare environments that promote healing to creating office spaces that increase productivity to creating homes that are functional and meet […]