Tuesday, September 30, 2008
- Merge multiple PDF files into one
- Insert certain pages from one PDF into another
- Rearrange, delete pages, rotate pages within the PDF
- Split single PDF document into multiple files
- Password protect PDF document
- Disable Priting functionality and more
For the most part the program is fairly intuitive, simply select the input PDF docs, choose desired action and click on save button. Though some other features like rearranging pages within the document or merging a part of one document with the other require brief illustration."
Forget Anne Frank and 'Our Town.' Seattle Children's Theatre (SCT) is taking on another classic: 'Night of the Living Dead.'"
Monday, September 29, 2008
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Thursday, October 2
4:30pm – Adamson Wing Auditorium, 136A Baker Hall
Robert Sternberg, Dean, School of Arts and Science and Professor of Psychology, Tufts University
Wisdom, Intelligence, and Creativity Synthesized: A New Approach to University Admissions
Robert J. Sternberg is an American psychologist and psychometrician and the Dean of Arts and Sciences at Tufts University. He was formerly IBM Professor of Psychology and Education at Yale University and the President of the American Psychological Association. He is a member of the editorial boards of numerous journals, including American Psychologist. Sternberg has a BA from Yale University and a PhD from Stanford University. He holds ten honorary doctorates from one North American, one South American, and eight European universities, and additionally holds an honorary professorate at the University of Heidelberg in Germany. In this talk, he will describe a model of human abilities that is broader than the narrow model of general ability upon which contemporary admissions assessments are based, and will discuss two assessments—Rainbow and Kaleidoscope—which operationalize this model. He will present data showing that the new assessments increase prediction of academic performance, decrease ethnic-group differences, and result in improved perceptions on the part of students, their parents, and guidance counselors regarding universities’ willingness to consider the whole person in admissions decisions and how these ideas are being implemented at Tufts University.
Thursday, October 2
4:30pm – Breed Hall Auditorium, Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall 103
JAMES LaPAGLIA LECTURE
Larry Temkin, Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University
Why Care About Equality?
Many people are suspicious of equality as a value. They believe that egalitarians are motivated by base emotions like envy, and that they are committed to the Levelling Down Objection, which holds that valuing equality leads to levelling down. Specifically, many anti-egalitarians believe that egalitarians are committed to policies such as putting out the eyes of the sighted in order to promote equality between the sighted and the blind. Accordingly, egalitarianism is claimed to be an absurd view that only a hardened misanthrope could endorse. In this talk, I distinguish between different kinds of equality, and illuminate one particular version of egalitarianism that I call Equality as Comparative Fairness. I defend this version against several rival positions, as well as against numerous objections, including the Levelling Down Objection. In addition, I present several examples illustrating that although equality is not /all/ that matters, we cannot simply dispense with the ideal of equality if we want to do full justice to all our moral beliefs.
Larry S. Temkin is Professor II of Philosophy at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. He graduated number one with a B.A.-Honors Degree from the University of Wisconsin/Madison (1975), and earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Princeton (1983). He also studied at Oxford University. Specializing in ethics and political philosophy, Temkin is the author of Inequality, (Oxford University Press, 1993), as well as many articles. He has received fellowships from the Danforth Foundation and the Andrew Mellon Foundation, and been a Visiting Fellow or Scholar at the National Humanities Center, Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics, All Souls College Oxford University, the National Institutes of Health, and the Australian National University. He is also the recipient of eight major teaching awards. Temkin is currently working on a book, tentatively titled, Rethinking the Good, Moral Ideals, and the Nature of Practical Reasoning.
Monday, October 6th
4:30pm – Adamson Wing Auditorium, 136A Baker Hall
David Blight, Professor of American History and Director, Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance & Abolition, Yale University
A Slave No More: Two Men who Escaped to Freedom (including their Narratives of Emancipation)
David W. Blight is a renowned historian of the collective memory and cultural legacies of racism and slavery. At Yale University, he holds the Class of 1954 Chair in American history and directs the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition. His 2001 book, Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory received the Bancroft Prize, the Abraham Lincoln Prize, the Frederick Douglass Prize, and five other book awards. At Carnegie Mellon, he will discuss his latest book, A Slave No More: Two Men Who Escaped to Freedom, Including Their Narratives of Emancipation (2007). Based on manuscripts discovered in 2004 – an event given front-page coverage by The New York Times – Professor Blight reconstructed the authors’ lives in slavery and freedom to reveal a complex process of emancipation that long outlasted the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Sponsored by the Center for AfricanAmerican Urban Studies and the Economy (CAUSE) and the Department of History
Friday, October 10th
12:30pm – Rangos Ballroom, UC
Gary Knell, President & CEO, Sesame Workshop
Muppet Diplomacy: How Sesame Street Is Changing Our World
Free tickets (REQUIRED) for lecture & lunch available at UC Info Desk
Monday Sept. 29th
in the Checco Studio A
Anya Martin will give a short presentation about this year’s
Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts, which will run Oct. 10-25
There will also be a discussion about PLAYGROUND!
Learn all you need to know about how to get involved with
Playground this year.
Attendance is required for all freshman.
Pittsburgh CLO/Carnegie Mellon New Works Program, Stephen Schwartz and The ASCAP Foundation to hold workshop of new Bubble Boy Musical
Searching For The Perfect Wave: A Life Recording Sound Effects | Once upon a time, I was involved in a small and vastly underfunded theatre company's production... | Sept 2008
American Dreams | Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, is celebrating the Year of a Million Dreams in 2008 | Sept 2008
Police said the blaze, which broke out late on Saturday night, had been triggered by fireworks ignited during a stage show."
Cooke Optics is one of the world's oldest and most revered manufacturers of motion picture lenses. Recent credits include such films as Angels and Demons, Before the Rains and The Mummy - Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, and TV series including Fringe (TV Pilot), Psych, and Entourage, HBO TV Series. Mr. Zellan will speak about the issues of designing and manufacturing high quality lenses and will answer questions on the subject. The presentation will be in room 210 (also known as the Classroom Theater) at Filmmakers' facility at 477 Melwood Avenue in North Oakland.
Saturday, September 27, 2008
"Pittsburgh 250 Festival of Lights" Largest Festival of its Kind in the United States Starts October 10th
Friday, September 26, 2008
Should you struggle with these tasks, don’t worry, most of us are. Fortunately, you are free to change things and make your life a little easier. Here is what you can do to organize your life and reduce the amount of things you have to remember"
I've come to learn what I think is a sad fact. Most Vegas thespians want to be movie stars, and movie stars only."
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Under the direction of the TD and/or ATD, the Master Carpenter (MC) assists in the preparation of construction drawings, builds and loads in scenery, helps to maintain the shop and theatre facilities and equipments, and directly supervises students, volunteers and over hire labor in the shop.
Ability to budget time, assume responsibility, and work as a team member while still seeing the big picture is critical.
The Master Carpenter has the opportunity to teach college-level stagecraft classes and labs for additional pay. Bachelor's Degree in technical theatre or design plus 3 years min. experience in scenic carpentry, or Associate's Degree plus 6 years experience required for teaching.
The ideal candidate will have the following combination of skills and experience:
• Standard scenic carpentry
• Drafting (CAD or VectorWorks experience a plus)
• Rigging (experience in counterweight systems esp.)
• Stage Mechanics (turntables, winches, etc.)
• Teaching experience (stagecraft, technical theatre)
• Valid driver's license
• Ability to lift 50 lbs.
• Employer pays 100% health (Kaiser), dental and vision for employee
• Paid vacation and sick leave & holidays
Solano College Theatre: SCT is a division of Solano Community College, located in Fairfield, CA. SCT produces an 8 show season in 2 venues, the Campus Theatre (375 seats) in Fairfield and the Harbor Theatre (175 seats) in Suisun. SCT is an equal opportunity employer—we encourage all qualified persons to apply.
To Apply: Send letter & resume to Chris Guptill, Solano College Theatre, 4000 Suisun Valley Rd., Fairfield, CA 94534 or by email to email@example.com
Dates: Dec 31, 1969-Dec 31, 1969
Pay: $30,700 - $36,000
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
9pm Project #2 Carousel
7pm Project #3 Twelfth Night
'Some of my friends could get in trouble with their photos,' said the junior at Andrew High School in Tinley Park. 'I wouldn't want it to be a deciding factor in their future.'"
Monday, September 22, 2008
Sunday, September 21, 2008
Conservatory Hour on Monday, September 22, will be the Equitable Workplace Discussion. Attendance is mandatory for all first-year students, including graduate students. Please meet at 5:00 p.m. in the Cecco Studio.
Thank you,Dick and Doc
The deadline is fast approaching for the paper and pencil exams for ETCP certification which will be offered in Las Vegas at the LDI show next month. All three ETCP examinations will be offered. The entertainment electrician exam will be Friday, October 24; the arena rigging exam will be Saturday morning, October 25 and the theatre rigging exam will be held that afternoon.
Candidates who wish to take multiple exams will receive a discount for the second exam. Interested applicants must submit their application, along with supporting materials and fee, to the ETCP office no later than September 25, 2008. Space is limited, so applications should be submitted soon! USITT members are reminded they receive a discount on exam fees.
Candidate information, including eligibility requirements and applications, is available on the ETCP website. Those with questions or needing further information should contact Meredith Moseley-Bennett, ETCP Certification Coordinator, at 212-244-1505 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Idealism / Realism/ Modernism: Rethinking Literary History, or, How Modernism Emerged,"
A Lecture by Toril Moi
James B. Duke Professor of Literature & Romance Studies and Professor of English,
Wednesday, Sept. 24, 4:30 PM, Margaret Morrison 103
With the assistance of the United States Department of Commerce
Invite you to an event with Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez
CEO Forum on Innovation: Drivers and Impediments to the Development of Energy Technology
Monday, September 22, 2008
10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Please join us as a distinguished panel discusses innovation in today's enterprises and economies, sharing their lessons and insights on driving innovation and presenting their thoughts on how government policies can help or hinder innovation.
Welcome and Introductions
Audrey Russo, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Dr. Jared L. Cohon, President,
Carlos M. Gutierrez, United States Secretary of Commerce
Ashish Arora, Professor of Economics and Public Policy,
Dr. Aris Candris, President and CEO, Westinghouse Electric Company
Murry S. Gerber, Chairman and CEO, Equitable Resources, Inc.
Andrew W. Hannah, President and CEO, Plextronics, Inc.
Free and open to the public
Please respond by September 18th to: email@example.com
Rauh Studio Theatre
Parking is available in the East Campus Garage. For directions and maps, please visit