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Tech Talk Tuesday: Lessons in Real-World Software: Going From Monolith to Microservices

Abstract The Center for Applied Systems and Software (CASS) is an experiential learning program for students. Our self-funded program provides hands-on learning for students on real world projects…

From  Alan Fern 704 plays

Horticulture Seminar Series Fall 2020: Oct. 26, Christopher Adams, Oregon State University

Zoom Recording ID: 97555683660 UUID: FpuAWZMNSRyGkwqMfJjKyg== Meeting Time: 2020-10-26T18:42:19Z

From  Elaine Clark 9 plays

Le’Waski Watkins Internship with OSU Global Hemp Innovation Center

Le’Waski Watkins created this video to share his exciting internship experience with the OSU Global Hemp Innovation Center

From  Elaine Clark 236 plays

Giuseppe Verdi - Storms, Rigoletto, and the Requiem

Verdi was an national hero for Italy, as well as the most popular composer in 1800s Europe. Beloved by audiences today, his operas are known for lush harmonies, delicate and powerful arias, and…

From  Elliana Phillips 9 plays

The Rite of Spring

The Rite of Spring erupted through Parisian artistic circles like an earthquake in 1913, shocking audiences and changing European art forever. Transported to a world before time, Walt Disney…

From  Elliana Phillips 13 plays

Debussy & Ravel: Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun & Daphnis et Chloe

Riveted to the new machines, science, politics, and art of the late 19th century, French composers invented a way of hearing music never seen before in European high art. Explore hidden connections…

From  Elliana Phillips 10 plays

Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra

The Concerto for Orchestra by Béla Bártok is as brightly colored and geometrical as a Picasso painting. Explore the Hungarian folk dances, scenes of nature, folk stories, and bright…

From  Elliana Phillips 9 plays

Bartók and Hungarian Music of the 20th Century

What makes folk art authentic? How are cultures or ethnic groups different from the way they may be portrayed by those in power? Béla Bartók and Zoltan Kodály formed an authentic…

From  Elliana Phillips 21 plays

Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique

Berlioz's captivating Symphonie fantastique portrays a tale of a young man unlucky in love. Learn how this masterwork of Hector Berlioz reflects the riots and revolution of Napoleonic France. …

From  Elliana Phillips 8 plays

Beethoven Symphony No. 3 in E-flat Major Op. 55, "Eroica"

Listen to Beethoven's "Eroica" Symphony with us, and learn what makes this music so captivating. Lecture by Dr. Marlan Carlson, conductor of the Corvallis-OSU Symphony, and Ellie…

From  Elliana Phillips 165 plays

Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5

Shostakovich's Symphony No. 5 is an enduring favorite of audiences and orchestral musicians alike. The symphony's historical and artistic background is much grimmer. One brutal day in 1937,…

From  Elliana Phillips 10 plays

Pesticide safety education: Never a dull moment by Kaci Buhl

Horticulture Fall 2017 Seminar Series; Presented on November 28, 2017 at 4pm in ALS 4000

From  Elaine Clark 42 plays

Managing Young Douglas-fir: A 1983 Tour of the Black Rock Forest Management Research Area with Dr. Alan Berg

Communications Media Center Video 0868. 1983. 26 Minutes. "Managing Young Douglas-fir: A Tour of Black Rock Forest Management Research Area." Black Rock is now a mountain biking mecca--…

From FMC 98 plays

Melanie Thernstrom

Melanie Thernstrom reads from her book, The Pain Chronicles: Cures

From 81 plays

Barthelme in Corvallis

Readings by Tracy Daugherty from "Hiding Man."

From  Larry L Pribyl (retired) 12 plays

The Assignment

Readings by Tracy Daugherty from "Hiding Man."

From  Larry L Pribyl (retired) 7 plays

"Indian Uprising"

Readings by Tracy Daugherty from "Hiding Man."

From  Larry L Pribyl (retired) 25 plays

Coral Reefs

Examples of coral include, healthy coral, bleached coral and dead coral.

From  Larry L Pribyl (retired) 14 plays