2010 Research Videos

Tannin Biochemistry: It's Just Chemistry

Listen to Melanie Krook and Dr. Ann Hagerman talk about their research dealing with potential impacts of tannins on human and animal health. Melanie received the American Chemical Society Undergraduate Research Award in Boston, 2010. [October 2010]

Tannin Biochemistry - It's Just Chemistry Video Transcript

Internships with KosovaLive

A Rare Opportunity To See a Country Being Born

Listen to Ed Arnone, Director for the Project on Media Democracy and Civic Life, describes the Kosova 2010 workshop. [September 2010]

Internships with KosovaLive I - A Rare Opportunity To See a Country Being Born Video Transcript

Working as Real Journalists

Listen to Kara Ferguson, a Journalism and Psychology double major, talk about her experience working as a real journalist in Kosova. [September 2010]

Internships with KosovaLive II - Working as Real Journalists Video Transcript

Biodiversity of Kenya

Large Cats

Listen to Stevi Hautau, a Zoology major and Environmental Science co-major, talk about her research in Kenya and watch video of leopards, cheetahs, and lions in their native habitats in Kenya. [August 2010]

Biodiversity of Kenya I - Large Cats Video Transcript

Ecotourism

Listen to Gwen Bausmith and Sarah Van Frank, graduate students in Environmental Science, describe Gwen's research on the impacts of ecotourism on local communities. There is footage of students living and working in local communities in Kenya. [August 2010]

Biodiversity of Kenya II - Ecotourism Video Transcript

Land Management

Listen to Sarah Van Frank and Gwen Bausmith, graduate students in Environmental Science, describe Sarah's research on land management practices in Kenya. There is footage of students conducting their research in Kenya. [August 2010]

Biodiversity of Kenya III - Land Management Video Transcript

Gaining Field Skills in a New and Different Setting

Watch Dr. Kim Medley outline the goals and objectives of her course: Biodiversity of Kenya (GEO/BOT 496/596). [August 2010]

Biodiversity of Kenya IV - Gaining Field Skills in a New and Different Setting Video Transcript

Tibetan Studies Semester Program

Understanding Tibetan Culture

Geshe Kalsang Damdul, Miami students and faculty, provide an overview of the Tibetan Studies Semester Program. [March 2010]

Tibetan Studies I - Understanding Tibetan Culture Video Transcript

Tibetan Women's Changing Roles

Listen to Colleen Payne talk about her research on the changing roles of Tibetan women. [March 2010]

Tibetan Studies II - Tibetan Women's Changing Roles Video Transcript

Anthropology in the Making

Watch Nathan Devore discuss his experiences while conducting medical research in India. Nathan was a recipient of the 2011 President's Distinguished Service Award. [March 2010]

Tibetan Studies III - Anthropology in the Making Video Transcript

Visits with His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Watch Geshe Kalsang Damdu of the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics talk about visits between the Dalai Lama and Miami students. [March 2010]

Tibetan Studies IV - Visits with His Holiness the Dalai Lama Video Transcript

Digital Storytelling by International Students

English as a Second Language Composition

Listen to Felice describe the English course where international students tell digital stories. [April 2010]

Digital Storytelling I - English as a Second Language Composition Video Transcript

My Personal 'E-mercial'

Watch Zi Ye, a sophomore at Miami University, describes an assignment—a digital story—she created for an ESL Composition course (ENG 109). [April 2010]

Digital Storytelling II - My Personal 'E-mercial' Video Transcript

The Smiling Star: Laybur

Watch this digital story told by Zi Ye (Abby), a sophomore at Miami University. Read the March 2010 Miami press release Miami student's digital work in inaugural e-journal. [2009]

Digital Storytelling III - The Smiling Star: Laybur Video Transcript