2009 Research Videos

Mountain Lakes

Miami researchers describe the value of mountain lake research in western North America.

Scientists in Action

Watch faculty, students, teachers, and staff conducting high-elevation lake research in western North America while graduate student Kevin Rose discusses the importance of this work. Read more in the August 2010 Miami press release Miami ecologists: UV radiation has detrimental and beneficial effects on freshwater ecosystems. [December 2009]

Mountain Lakes - Scientists in Action Video Transcript

Teacher in Action: Doing Real Science

High school teacher Paula Hogan talks about how her participation in mountain lake research helped her bring science alive for her students. In April 2010, Paula received the Sigma Xi Award for Outstanding High School Science Teacher. [December 2009]

Mountain Lakes - Teachers Doing Real Science Video Transcript

Students in Action: An Experience Second to None

Miami student Cody Green the value of research in his undergraduate education. [December 2009]

Mountain Lakes - A Student Experience Second to None Video Transcript

Well Grounded in Geology

Watch a professor, undergraduate student, and graduate student share their excitement about Miami's geology program.

Geology Capstone: Interpreting Real-life Situations

Watch students participating in the geology capstone course in western North America while Dr. Bill Hart gives an overview of the course. [December 2009]

Geology Capstone - Interpreting Real-life Situations Video Transcript

Geology Coursework: Saving the World

Watch undergraduate Tom Pyden describe the carbon sequestration research proposal for his seismology class. [December 2009]

Geology Coursework - Saving the World Video Transcript

Geology Opportunities: Anything That Involves the Study of the Earth

Watch graduate student Laura Walkup describe some of the opportunities available to those with an interest and background in geology. [December 2009]

Geology Opportunities - Anything That Involves the Study of the Earth Video Transcript

Jamming with an American Icon

Watch Miami students, as part of their American Folk Music (HST 400.S) course, sing and play with Pete Seeger at his home in New York.

Playing and Singing with Pete Seeger I

Listen to Dr. Allan Winkler and undergraduate Will Hoyt talk about the experience of spending time with Pete Seeger. [October 2009]

Playing and Singing with Pete Seeger I Video Transcript

Playing and Singing with Pete Seeger II

Dr. Allan Winkler gives a talks about Pete Seeger and students talk about their experience meeting, talking, and singing with Pete. [October 2009]

Playing and Singing with Pete Seeger II Video Transcript

A Completely Different Perspective on History

Watch graduate students restoring White Water Shaker Village in Ohio, while Dr. Andrew Cayton and the students talk about the experience. [August 2009]

Different Perspective on History Video Transcript

Keep Tahoe Blue

Watch graduate student Andrew Tucker conduct research on Lake Tahoe while he describes the purpose and value of the research. Read more about this work in the April 2010 Miami press release Miami study finds key to reducing invasive fish in Lake Tahoe. [June 2009]

Keep Tahoe Blue Video Transcript

Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology

Watch undergraduate and graduate students conduct research at the nearby Ecology Research Center and Hueston Woods State Park. Read more in the February 2013 Miami press release Field research sites in Miami's own backyard. [June 2009]

Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology Video Transcript

Exploring Humankind through Primatology

Watch Dr. Linda Marchant talk about primatology research and why it is important.

Primatology Research

Watch Dr. Linda Marchant describe the scope and nature of student and faculty primatology research at Miami. [June 2009]

Primatology Research Video Transcript

Primatology Club Bicentennial Project: Where Are They Now?

Dr. Marchant describes the research of former Miami undergraduates and updates us on their current research. [June 2009]

Primatology Club Bicentennial Project: Where Are They Now? Video Transcript

The Coldest Matter in the Universe

Watch physics students working in the laboratory while Dr. Samir Bali and his students describe the the exciting nature of their research. Read more in the October 2012 Miami press release Research garners national attention for Samir Bali and his students.

Coldest Matter in the Universe I

Dr. Samir Bali describes how he studies super cool matter and the practical applications of these investigations. [April 2009]

Coldest Matter in the Universe I Video Transcript

Coldest Matter in the Universe II

Undergraduate and graduate students in Dr. Bali's lab describe the nature of their research projects. [April 2009]

Coldest Matter in the Universe II Video Transcript

From Amazon to Youtube:
The Impact of the Internet on U.S. Cultures and Communication (ENG H101)

Watch Dr. Heidi McKee and first-year honors students working in the digital classroom.

From Amazon to YouTube I

Dr. McKee describes the evolution of the digital classroom and what is involved in the ENG H101 course. [April 2009]

From Amazon to YouTube I Video Transcript

From Amazon to YouTube II

First-year honors students provide their perspectives on the digital classroom. [April 2009]

From Amazon to YouTube II Video Transcript

Center for Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics

Dr. Luis Actis introduces the CBFG and students describe their research there.

Conducting Research in the CBFG I

View an overview of the Center for Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics. [updated January 2011]

Conducting Research in the CBFG I Video Transcript

Conducting Research in the CBFG II

Students working in the CBFG describe their research. [March 2009]

Conducting Research in the CBFG II Video Transcript