The ALM in IT program I chose concentrated in Software Engineering–basically a Master’s of Arts in IT focused on developing software. It consisted of 10 four hour courses with the final course being the thesis. In addition to Harvard professors, the Extension School has lecturers teaching elective classes that come from local companies and even non-professors from Harvard. For example, one of the classes I took on XML was taught by the programmer responsible for all of the XML-driven websites and course catalogs for the Extension School. Having these two types of teachers proved very valuable. The Harvard professors were particularly good at teaching theoretical concepts and mathematics. The industry teachers were very good at teaching the classes that dealt with how to get things done in the real world. My program required that at least 8 classes (32 of the 40 hours) be taken from “Harvard Instructors.” I believe most of the other programs have a similar requirement.
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Movie making is entirely different, almost the opposite. Early in the morning a crew of people shows up at the day’s pre-selected restaurant. Their union guarantees one meal a day and most companies provide breakfast. After breakfast they all hop in their own cars or trucks and drive to the site. There they work like the most amazing beavers until told to quit, which may be afternoon or midnight. Each member brings all his/her own tools. For example, the electrical crew (3 men) came in a van packed to the gills with electrical supplies which they either owned or rented. They had everything that could possibly be needed under any stretch of imagination or catastrophe. (Electrical does not include Cameras or Lights, those are different specialties.) Those electrical men had heavy cables laid all over, inside and outside, of that barn in 45 minutes flat. Amazing! It’s a big barn.
the 19th century, the university archives has collected record copies of university publications issued by the various departments, research institutes, museums, and the harvard university press. the organizations represented in these collections are the telltale, which produced the earliest student periodical at harvard in 1721; the lawrence base ball club, founded in 1858 as the first harvard baseball team; the harvard union, organized in 1899 as an alternative to private social clubs; the harvard menorah society, established in 1906 to foster interest in jewish culture and thought; the harvard aeronautical society, whose members built the biplane harvard i in 1910; the american defense, harvard group, established by harvard faculty to support educational and relief efforts during world war ii; and the numerous harvard clubs, organized by and for alumni/ae around the world to encourage fellowship and support for the university. for a list of publications available on line, see harvard university archives collections online and the harvard-radcliffe online historical reference shelf. on a broader scale, university records reflect the emergence of higher education in the united states, including the development of academic disciplines, pedagogical trends, institutional finances, and the history of intellectual life and social and political change at and beyond harvard. harvard history: a selected bibliography for links to online publications. fourth year concentrators are contacted by the office of academic programs and those planning to submit a senior thesis are requested to supply certain information.
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The Friday evening soiree was hosted by the Harvard Club of Washington and the Friends of Harvard Football; we heard from Bob Scalise and Coach Murphy and enjoyed heavy hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar and good conversation.
Oh how he loved Harvard and rooting for and supporting the teams and athletes who represented Harvard, as he once did.
"To all of the classmates, teammates, and friends who helped to establish and/or who contributed to this fund in honor of my father, I extend heartfelt gratitude and appreciation, on behalf of my father and our family.
Just got back from Phoenix where as senior class president I organized and presided over the 65th reunion of North Phoenix High School, for many years the elite high school of all Arizona (three members of our class were admitted to Harvard).
The New York Times Review wrote:
"Walton Rawls has carried both the pictorial richness and the larger significance of Currier & Ives' work to a definitive presentation."
For example, 90% of his meaningful work was done between 20-41 years of age, and only a few lasting pieces like 'The Old Man and the Sea' were written between the ages of 41-61 when he shot himself.
Truths emerge from facts; but they dip forward into facts again and add to them; which facts again create or reveal new truth (the word is indifferent) and so on indefinitely.
So far as reality means experienceable reality, both it and the truths men gain about it are everlastingly in process of mutation towards a definite goal -- it may be -- but still mutation.
He sent along a generous gift to the Friends of Harvard Track for the Robert Rittenburg Hurdles Award.
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It means their "agreement," as falsity means their disagreement, with "reality." Pragmatists and intellectualists both accept this definition as a matter of course.