460 Works

Equine behavior: pasture play in snow

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Produced as part of the Young Horse Teaching & Research Program of the Equine Science Center, Rutgers University, under the oversight of Dr. Sarah L. Ralston. Recorded at the George H. Cook Campus, Rutgers University, February 6, 2010.

The Hidden Child

Maud Dahme
Of the 1,600,000 Jewish children who lived in Europe before World War II, only 100,000 survived the Holocaust. Most were hidden children, shuttered away in attics, cellars, convents or in villages or farms. Maud Dahme, a New Jersey resident and former president of the NJ Board of Education, was among those who were hidden and survived. The Hidden Child, a one-hour high-definition documentary, is Dahme???s own story of courage, hope and bravery in the face...

Equine behavior: behavior test, preliminary test 2 with student, Shivna, draft-cross yearling filly

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Test conducted as part of the Young Horse Teaching & Research Program of the Equine Science Center, Rutgers University, Janurary, 2010. Subject was RU Shivna, a yearling draft cross born May, 2008. Test conducted by Dr. Sarah L. Ralston, with Ewa, at the George H. Cook Campus, Rutgers University. Overall score on a scale of 1-4 (4 is highest compliance): 1.7

Moments of glory

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A documentary on horses growing up told through music. Shot in New Jersey. Includes original music by Sharon McDermott.

Equine behavior: behavior test, novel object test with ball (part 2), Levi, mustang two-year-old gelding

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Test conducted by Jackie Teson at the George H. Cook Campus, Rutgers University as part of the Young Horse Teaching & Research Program of the Equine Science Center, Rutgers University. One of a series of tests comparing behavior responses of mustangs fed a high starch diet versus behavior responses of mustangs fed a low starch diet. In this novel object test, the horses are allowed to investigate a medicine ball for 3 minutes. In this...

Equine behavior: in the wash stall, Sebastian, draft-cross yearling gelding

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Produced as part of the Young Horse Teaching & Research Program of the Equine Science Center, Rutgers University, under the oversight of Dr. Sarah L. Ralston. Recorded at the George H. Cook Campus, Rutgers University, April, 2009. Subject was RU Sebastian, a yearling draft cross born ca. May, 2008. The horse is in the wash stall about to be washed up.

Equine behavior: obstacle test, Magnolia, draft-cross yearling filly

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Conducted as part of the Young Horse Teaching & Research Program of the Equine Science Center, Rutgers University, April, 2009. Subject was RU Magnolia. Includes footage of RU Sebastian and RU Pardner.

Equine behavior: behavior tests, oats vs. TMR cubes test 2 with student and novel object test with dustbuster, Sassafras, mustang yearling female

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Test conducted by Natalia Dziegiel at the George H. Cook Campus, Rutgers University as part of the Young Horse Teaching & Research Program of the Equine Science Center, Rutgers University. One of a series of tests comparing behavior responses of mustangs fed a diet with oats versus behavior responses of mustangs fed a low starch diet(only total mixed ration cubes). In the second behavior test, four of the mustangs had been on an oats diet...

Endangered species of N.J.

Paul D. McLain
Provides an examination endangered animals in New Jersey. The New Jersey Endangered Species Project seeks to protect and manage our endangered species and their habitats. Species include the bald eagle, the peregrine falcon, the osprey, the bog turtle, the Pine Barrens tree frog, the copperhead snake, the timber rattlesnake, the Least Tern, the black skimmer, and the Indiana bat.

Equine behavior: sponge bath, Glinda, draft-cross yearling filly

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Produced as part of the Young Horse Teaching & Research Program of the Equine Science Center, Rutgers University, under the oversight of Dr. Sarah L. Ralston. Recorded at the George H. Cook Campus, Rutgers University, April, 2009. Subject was RU Glinda, a yearling draft cross born ca. May, 2008. Dr. Ralston begins to demonstrate to students how to sponge bathe a horse.

Philip Pan (潘公凯) interview for the China Boom Project

Philip Pan & John Delury
Philip Pan, Moscow Bureau Chief of The Washington Post, was interviewed by the Asia Society staff in New York City, USA on July 29, 2008.

Daniel Rosen interview for the China Boom Project

Daniel Rosen & Andrew Smeall
Daniel Rosen, Founder of Rhodium Group, was interviewed by the Asia Society staff in New York, USA on July 29, 2010.

Sondra Gash interview

Evelyn Hershey, Sandra Gosh & Sandra Gash
Evelyn Hershey of the American Labor Museum interviews Sondra Gash, who provides her narrative of her experiences growing up in Paterson, and her father's activities in Labor movement efforts. Sondra Gash is the daughter of noted labor activist Sol Stetin, and is the author of "Silk Elegy," a collection of narrative poems that details industrial life and the union struggle in early 20th century Paterson.

Equine behavior: taking a blood sample, Brisa, draft-cross weanling filly

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Produced as part of the Young Horse Teaching & Research Program of the Equine Science Center, Rutgers University, under the oversight of Dr. Sarah L. Ralston. Recorded at the George H. Cook Campus, Rutgers University, February 17, 2010. Subject was RU Brisa, born May, 2009. Dr. Ralston takes a blood sample from RU Brisa with assistance from students.

Equine behavior: spongebath, Jenny, draft-cross weanling filly

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Produced as part of the Young Horse Teaching & Research Program of the Equine Science Center, Rutgers University, under the oversight of Dr. Sarah L. Ralston. Recorded at the George H. Cook Campus, Rutgers University 2009. Subject was RU Jenny, a weanling draft cross born ca. May, 2008. The horse is being given a sponge bath in preparation for Rutgers University Ag Field Day.

Canrong Jin (金灿荣) interview for the China Boom Project

Canrong Jin & John Delury
CanrongJin, Senior Fellow at the Institute of American Studies (IAS), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, was interviewed by the Asia Society staff in New York, USA on November 14, 2008.

A30, Fraction problems: Sharing and number lines (Side View), Grade 4, November 1, 1993, raw footage

Carolyn Alexander Maher, Davis, Robert B. (Robert Benjamin) & Gunnar Gjone
In this raw footage, full-session video, Dr. Davis first introduces Gunnar Gjone as a visiting mathematics educator from Norway. The researcher, Carolyn Maher, begins the session by asking the students to review their conclusions from the previous day’s class when they were asked to share a candy bar equally among the students in their small group. Two groups had been composed of eight students while another was composed of nine students, and their task had...

A29, Fraction problems: Sharing and number lines (Class view), Grade 4, November 1, 1993, raw footage

Carolyn Alexander Maher, Davis, Robert B. (Robert Benjamin) & Gunnar Gjone
In this raw footage video that ends midway in the session, Dr. Davis introduces Gunnar Gjone as a visiting mathematics educator from Norway. The researcher, Carolyn Maher, begins the session by asking the students to review their conclusions from the previous day’s class when they were asked to share a candy bar equally among the students in their small group. Two groups had been composed of eight students while another was composed of nine students,...

Leaving legacies: body of work, artists' trusts and foundations - Dr. Joan M. Marter, panelist

Joan M. Marter
Presentation from the Conference, Etched in Memory, Legacy Planning for Artists, held at the Institute for Women & Art, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, March 20, 2009. Dr. Joan Marter talks about her experiences with a charitable trust that has created an artist's colony, Soaring Gardens, in Laceyville, Pennsylvania as well as working with the estate of artist Dorothy Dayner. She noted, "the first thing you need to do is have an appraisal....

Leaving legacies: body of work, artists' trusts and foundations - Magda Salvesen, panelist

Magda Salvesen
Presentation from the Conference, Etched in Memory, Legacy Planning for Artists, held at the Institute for Women & Art, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, March 20, 2009. Magda Salvesen talks about curation of the artist's estate, based on her work with the estate of her husband, John Schueler, as well as her book, Artists' Estates: Reputations in Trust. A key point is the selection of museums and archives that may be interested in...

Leaving legacies: body of work, artists' trusts and foundations - Richard Greenberg, Esq., panelist

Richard Greenberg
Presentation from the Conference, Etched in Memory, Legacy Planning for Artists, held at the Institute for Women & Art, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, March 20, 2009. Richard Greenberg talks about estate planning for artists. He states, "first and foremost, make sure that you have a will." He also describes the estate tax and how it works as well as the mechanics of setting up a private, charitable foundation.

Organizing your professional life and achievements: hard copy and digital recordkeeping - Nicole Plett, panelist

Nicole Plett
Presentation from the Conference, Etched in Memory, Legacy Planning for Artists, held at the Institute for Women & Art, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, March 20, 2009. Nicole Plett, former Project Manager, Women Artists Archives National Directory (WAAND) talks about the directory and its future plans. Nicole demonstrated the WAAND site and provided guidance to the artists on entering their collections into WAAND. http://waand.rutgers.edu/

Organizing your professional life and achievements: hard copy and digital recordkeeping - Paul Sepuya, panelist

Paul Sepuya
Presentation from the Conference, Etched in Memory, Legacy Planning for Artists, held at the Institute for Women & Art, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, March 20, 2009. Paul Sepuya, Artist Support Director of the Joan Mitchell Foundation, talked about the visual artist pre documentation assessment, to help artists determine what they have and how to keep documentation of it. He talks about the information to collect and place in a database--an inventory number,...

Organizing your professional life and achievements: hard copy and digital recordkeeping - Helen M. Stummer, panelist

Helen M. Stummer
Presentation from the Conference, Etched in Memory, Legacy Planning for Artists, held at the Institute for Women & Art, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, March 20, 2009. Helen M. Stummer, a New Jersey artist, photographer and visual sociologist discusses her 35 years of photographing people living in poverty and the steps she is taking to organize and preserve her personal papers and artistic legacy. One key recommendation, date all your work.

Organizing your professional life and achievements: hard copy and digital recordkeeping - Ronald Becker, panelist

Ronald L. Becker
Presentation from the Conference, Etched in Memory, Legacy Planning for Artists, held at the Institute for Women & Art, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, March 20, 2009. Ron Becker, Head of the Special Collections at the Rutgers University Libraries discusses preservation of the artists' legacy from an archival perspective, including the types of materials to be preserved, issues of privacy and copyright, and practical steps to conserve their legacy materials at home. He...

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