Sentences with word «lecture»
A lecture (from the French 'lecture', meaning 'reading' [process]) is an oral presentation intended to present information or teach people about a particular subject, for example by a university or college teacher. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
A public, live feed of Germano Celant's Black Box keynote lecture
will be broadcast in the lobby, followed by a party hosted by KNOW WAVE.
In this illustrated lecture
, artist Michael Armitage provides a preview of a new body of work, premiering in
I went to the trouble of seeing him in person give a lecture
at Southampton University (and very good he was to) and the Hockey stick featured very prominently.
Ginsburg wasn't the only justice on the lecture
circuit Tuesday; Justice Clarence Thomas was addressing a gathering in Texas.
For authors interested in signing with a speakers bureau — or for publicists looking to give advice to authors — my not very specific suggestions would be to get advice from someone who has worked with a lecture
agent / speakers bureau and also to simply Google «speakers bureau «for some general information.
That much was certainly clear from a lecture
at Savannah College of Art and Design's 2013 deFINE Art conference.
The topic of this lecture
was proposed by Cathy Bone.
This short lecture
is about preventing face bites and hand bites on the decoy during protection work.
So please watch my one-hour, free vitamin D lecture
to find out how to get your levels into the healthy, disease-fighting range.
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at the Morbid Anatomy Museum suggests that this dates back to Weimar Berlin's era of anarchy and decadence, where fake fakirs — religious ascetics who live solely on alms — got by with their gnarly nails and pins piercing.
The University of Waterloo claims that students who fail to reflect on the contents of a lecture
will lose more than half of what they learned within a day.
In today's busy world, most of us don't have time to sit in a classroom and listen to a boring lecture
about traffic rules and safety.
Come to Joppa on April 11 for a lecture
by Ann-Marie Runfola about the Stellwagen Sanctuary Seabird Stewards (S4) Program, an inspiring citizen science initiative that monitors seabirds off the coast of Massachusetts.
I'm put off by the idea of sitting through a dull lecture
in a classroom, and would much rather take my Trotwood Ohio driver safety course online.
On November 16, the Mitchell Center and Shrimp Boat Projects present a free lecture
from Mierle Laderman Ukeles at UH followed by her conversation with Moser and Leshinsky addressing labor and art, moderated by UH School of Art Assistant Professor of Critical Studies Jenni Sorkin.
The evening following the opening for «Your General Store,» artist Jason Middlebrook gave an artist lecture
of his past 20 years of artistic production.
The professor was Robert P. George (a First Things board member, whose lecture
«Law and Moral Purpose» is featured in this month's issue).
I actually Naomi sat in the back row of Melbourne's Grattan Institute, about to watch her fiance give a lecture
Some students were randomly assigned to do some short tasks on their laptops during the lecture
(e.g., look up movie times).
If you are interested in this book, you may like to listen a podcast recording of Nick Clegg's public lecture
on «Politics: Between the Extremes», recorded at LSE on 15 September 2016.
During the lecture
the speaker will define the current classification of transient loss of consciousness in the dog, the clinical pictures of different syncope, the diagnostic tools and the treatment options.
Carbon Brief noted that Delingpole had sat down with Rose at the GWPF's annual lecture
, which was given by Ridley.
You will spend a full day at the university where there will be a lecture
from a robotics academic.
But I just happened to listen to this lecture
in which the doctor says 8 hours is the length of time you need to fast before your body begins using fat as fuel.
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I was surprised to find out that Illich's essay had begun as a lecture
at the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture in 1984, and that it was, in part, a gloss on or reply to Water and Dreams.
On Saturday, Patrick presents a lecture
«Art in Your Pocket: Using the iPhone as a Creative Tool» at 1:30 p.m., followed by a reception for her solo show from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m..
So please feel free to use them in your own presentations in the classroom, on the lecture
circuit, and to whatever group you believe is appropriate.
A small collection of additional Albers papers and an audio recording of a lecture
with an unknown provenance were integrated.
In my inaugural lecture
at King's College London in 2012, An Electric Current of the Imagination, I argued that artistic practice offers a particularly effective means of fostering a creative and critical relationship between art and technology.
I'm assuming it's past 12 pm in the afternoon, and you've just woken up after skipping your morning lecture
I also style for companies, lecture
on trends and decor, and supply articles and housing reporters to Danish and foreign magazines and newspapers.
«To honor the great history of our venue, we have a variety of exhibitions and events planned - from a magic show to an exhibition of seven World's Fair structures built out of LEGOs to a free lecture
from one of the world's foremost experts on the World's Fairs, and more.
One of the nation's pre-eminent scholars of testing, Edward Haertel, explained in an important lecture
to the Education Testing Service why value-added-modeling (VAM) was being misused by policymakers.
Did you attend a lecture
on sustainable seafood at the aquarium?
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To that end, we reserved a lecture
about a month into the semester — after students had completed their first assignment, which was a memo defining the scope of their project and goals for the semester.
There's a famous study, I don't know if you've seen it, I use it in every public lecture
by Robert Volvo University of Maryland cardiologist awhile back, fifteen years, an Egg McMuffin consumed by a healthy person and you want to measure endothelial function artery function, within one hour you had a dramatic drop in healthy arteries when you eat one fast food hamburger.
HEALTH & FITNESS
However, this isn't designed to give you a lecture
In New York he photographed extensively, and started a series of paintings related to the imagery of the Howard Johnson's restaurants, then ubiquitous, bringing back to England information and ideas, and giving a «New York» lecture
and slide show with music that influenced artist friends at Newcastle, such as Bryan Ferry, Stephen Buckley, Nicholas deVille, Tim Head and Keith Milow.
Among other things, exemplary solutions for new builds and retrofits from different parts of the world will be presented in a lecture
session on 2 December from 16:30 to 17:15.
PC Gamer: You said in a recent lecture
that your goal is to make games that «speak to the human condition.»
As a result, that evening 200 people packed a campus lecture
theater to hear Lord Monckton speak.
Michael told me that the reason the republications may be different (i.e. not have the slides), was that he was concerned about how far the fair dealing defence for a university lecture
would stretch, if the images were deployed in other ways.
My son said he came to see your lecture
at Princeton University last semester.
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The overall thrust of the lecture
well argues that atheism cuts off the branch on which it is sitting.
The Deputy Senate President said this after delivering a lecture
on «Constitutionalism and the challenges of leadership in Africa: an evaluation of tested models», in New York, United States.
The trainees obtain a basic foundation of knowledge through lecture
and seminar courses and obtain experimental research experience at the University of Pennsylvania or within The Wistar Institute.
Pathophysiology Courses (surgical emphasis) These 6 lecture
courses, designed for the surgery resident and given by the faculty in the veterinary college, are system based (gastrointestinal, cardiothoracic, urogenital, orthopedic, neurologic, and general principles) providing information central to the art of surgery and perioperative case management.
try not to judge, lecture
or give advice.
After a public lecture
in 2005, I was buttonholed by a documentary filmmaker with Michael Moore-ish ambitions of exposing the conspiracy behind 9/11.
Each class will include a 30-minute lecture
followed by a Q&A period.