Julie Herndon is an Oakland-based composer and performer. Her work explores the body’s relationship to the self, to performance, and to tools like musical instruments and personal technologies. Recent projects include compositions for JACK Quartet, Ensemble Dal Niente, and Ensemble Proton Bern, and performances at MATA Festival in New York, Artistry Space in Singapore, Musée des Beaux-Arts in France.
Jon Kulpa’s works explore sound mass, algorithmically generated sound texture, spatial sound, and interactivity. His most recently completed project, QuBits, is a virtual reality (VR) sound-space. A user navigates this environment while wearing a VR headset, encountering many virtual characters that each have a type of appearance and sonic identity. Using hand controllers, a user is able to affect the audiovisual behavior of virtual charac
Splinter Reeds Ensemble returns March 18-22 to complete their residency at CNMAT, with a free concert of four student composers’ works on Friday,
Heitman, Carrie C. – Associate Professor Anthropology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Reed, Paul F. – Archaeology Southwest
Externally funded project
SPARC is a collaboration dedicated to the preservation and online publication of legacy cultural heritage data from the Salmon Pueblo excavations repository. Salmon was a the site of a large pueblo and cultural center built around 1090 CE, the first major colony established by the Chacoan people. It was occupied until about 1280 CE, after which fires destroyed much of the site. Extensive excavations between 1970-1980 produced more than 1.5 million artifacts, specimens, and samples, which are held at the Salmon Ruins Museum in Bloomington, NM and are inventoried and made internet-accessible by SPARC.
Mapping Poetic Geographies of Revolutionary Russia, 1914-1922
Clowes, Edith W. – Brown-Forman Professor, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
As we sail through the 21st century, technology in the classroom is becoming more and more predominant. Tablets are replacing our textbooks, and we can research just about anything that we want to on our smartphones. Social media has become commonplace, and the way we use technology has completely transformed the way we live our lives.
Educators, too, have seen firsthand the benefits of technology in the classroom. They also recognize the importance of developing these technological skills in students so they will be prepared to enter the workforce once they complete their schooling.
The impact that technology has had on today’s schools has been quite significant. This widespread adoption of technology has completely changed how teachers teach and students learn. Teachers are learning how to teach with emerging technologies (tablets, Smart Boards, digital cameras, computers), while students are using advanced technology to shape how they learn. By embracing
The Center was founded in 1978 by Adel Kader with the goal of organizing and coordinating knowledge transfer regarding reduction of postharvest losses and improving the quality and marketability of fresh horticultural products. The research findings disseminated during this era by Kader and a cadre of colleagues is the cornerstone and foundation for our current year-round supply and global sourcing of quality fresh and minimally-processed produce and cut flowers.
Our mission today is to remain a leading source of information on quality, safety and marketability of fresh produce and to sustain the viability of the Center for the next generation of scientists and practitioners. Our immediate goal is to broaden the level of involvement among our basic, applied and extension faculty and use the PTC platform to distill, translate, and disseminate emerging technology advancements to a broader industry and affiliated stakeholder audience.
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) assists eligible low-income households with their heating and cooling energy costs, bill payment assistance, energy crisis assistance, weatherization and energy-related home repairs. Learn more.
For more than 32 years NCAT’s energy team has helped implement energy conservation and efficiency improvements that result in cost savings while directly impacting climate change. Our specialists have expertise in commercial, residential, and farm energy. Visit our Energy Page.
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Montana Healthy Food & Communities Initiative
Our Montana Healthy Food and Communities Initiative (MHFCI) encompasses three projects that work together to bring healthy, local foods to people across the state: the FoodCorps program, the Farm to Cafeteria Network, and the
The International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment
Health care decision making requires the right evidence at the right time. Every day there are new health technologies available that can improve patient outcomes and refine health system efficiency. Health technology assessment (HTA) is a tool to review technologies and provide evidence of the value these technologies can deliver to patients and their families, health system stakeholders, and to society more broadly.
INAHTA is a network of 51 HTA agencies that support health system decision making that affects over 1 billion people in 32 countries around the globe. With more than 2,100 staff and consultants working in the INAHTA network, there are clear benefits to connecting these agencies together to cooperate and share information about producing and disseminating HTA reports for evidence based decision making.
PPM Technology is a leading manufacturer of portable and fixed gas detection instruments for formaldehyde and other toxic gases in any indoor environmnent, including: Hospitals, Laboratories, Offices, Public Buildings, Schools and Colleges, Recreational Areas, Hotels, Homes and Apartments, Restaurants and Bars, Museums and Art Galleries, Industrial Plants and Units.
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Touch Screen IAQ Profile Monitor
The Touch Screen IAQ Profile Monitor is a stand-alone Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
monitoring unit, capable of continuously monitoring multiple IAQ parameters. Sensor
readings are displayed continuously and in real time.
The Touch Screen IAQ Profile system has been designed to give a visual representation of indoor air quality in a building, as part of the buildings management standards in relation to conditions such as Sick Building Syndrome
“One of the most important aspects of technology in education is its ability to level the field of opportunity for students.” -John King, U.S. Secretary of Education
Technology can be a powerful tool for transforming learning. It can help affirm and advance relationships between educators and students, reinvent our approaches to learning and collaboration, shrink long-standing equity and accessibility gaps, and adapt learning experiences to meet the needs of all learners.
Our schools, community colleges, and universities should be incubators of exploration and invention. Educators should be collaborators in learning, seeking new knowledge and constantly acquiring new skills alongside their students. Education leaders should set a vision for creating learning experiences that provide the right tools and supports for all learners to thrive.
However, to realize fully the benefits of technology in our education system and provide authentic learning experiences, educators need to use technology effectively in their