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The Women's Health Council

Collected by: Women's Health Council

Archived since: Sep, 2009

Description:

The Women's Health Council

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Government

Mining in Wisconsin

Collected by: Wisconsin Historical Society

Archived since: Nov, 2013

Description:

A collection of websites relating to mining and mineral resources in Wisconsin, and particularly sand mining for the hydraulic fracturing industry and taconite mining in the Gogebic Range of northern Wisconsin.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Government - US States Mines and mineral resources--Wisconsin. Taconite industry--Environmental aspects--Wisconsin. Mineral industries--Wisconsin. Sand and gravel industry--Wisconsin. Sand and gravel industry--Environmental aspects--Wisconsin. Taconite industry--Wisconsin. Hydraulic fracturing--Environmental aspects.

The Water Council

Collected by: Wisconsin Historical Society

Archived since: Mar, 2015

Description:

Websites maintained by The Water Council, a Milwaukee-based organization created by business and education leaders, which convenes the region’s existing water companies and research clusters, develops education programs to train talent, and builds partnerships that cut across all sectors and geographic boundaries.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Computers & Technology Universities & Libraries Water resources development--Wisconsin. Water resources development--Research. Natural resources--Study and teaching--Wisconsin.

Environmental Conservation Movement in Canada

Collected by: Wilfrid Laurier University Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

Links pertaining to the agencies whose records are part of the Environmental Conservation Movement in Canada research collection

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Universities & Libraries

Global Food Crisis

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Oct, 2011

Description:

The Global food crisis that is going on in the world for the past few years

Subject:   Spontaneous Events,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Food Crisis Global

Ebola -1

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Oct, 2014

Description:

Ebola

Subject:   Spontaneous Events,  Science & Health

Farm Girl at Large

Collected by: Virginia Tech Libraries

Archived since: Aug, 2015

Description:

personal blog

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

Faculty sites

Collected by: Vassar College

Archived since: Mar, 2015

No description.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

UWRF Websites

Collected by: University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Archived since: Dec, 2013

Description:

The web presence of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, including the main website and affiliated sites.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health ,  Universities and Colleges

UWRF Newsletters

Collected by: University of Wisconsin-River Falls

Archived since: Mar, 2014

Description:

Collection of online PDFs of UWRF-created newsletters

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health

Stem Cell Research Archive Project--WI

Collected by: University of Wisconsin

Archived since: Sep, 2006

Description:

The Stem Cell Research Archives Project at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries collects, preserves, and provides access to records of stem cell research at UW-Madison and reactions in Wisconsin to work accomplished or underway at UW-Madison.

Subject:   Science & Health

University of Texas at San Antonio Student Organizations Web Collection

Collected by: University of Texas, San Antonio

Archived since: Nov, 2009

Description:

A collection of student organization web sites at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture University of Texas at San Antonio- Student Organizations-Web sites.

Mexican Cooking Blogs Web Collection

Collected by: University of Texas, San Antonio

Archived since: Apr, 2010

Description:

A collection of recipe and food blogs featuring Mexican cuisine.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  Blogs & Social Media Cooking, American -- Texas. Mexican Cooking.

San Antonio Restaurant Web Collection

Collected by: University of Texas, San Antonio

Archived since: May, 2010

Description:

A collection of web sites maintained by San Antonio restaurants, with a focus on Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine. Most sites include menus; by comparing crawls over time, it is possible to document the ongoing evolution of San Antonio's culinary scene over time.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  San Antonio (Tex.). Restaurants--Texas--San Antonio. Restaurants--Menus. Cooking, Mexican.

Rio Grande Watershed and Texas Water Issues Web Collection

Collected by: University of Texas, San Antonio

Archived since: May, 2010

Description:

Websites and blogs addressing water issues in Texas and throughout the Rio Grande/Bravo Watershed.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Renewable Energy in Texas Web Collection

Collected by: University of Texas, San Antonio

Archived since: May, 2010

Description:

A collection of websites and blogs chosen by subject specialists from Special Collections of the University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries. Areas of focus include renewable or alternative energy, primarily wind and solar, in Texas.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Solar energy -- Texas Renewable energy sources -- Texas Wind power -- Texas

Texas Food Processing

Collected by: University of Texas, San Antonio

Archived since: Mar, 2013

Description:

Web sites relating to food processing in Texas, primarily consisting of websites maintained by food processing businesses based in Texas

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Food industry and trade.

Vegetarianism

Collected by: University of South Florida School of Information

Archived since: Jul, 2011

Description:

A collection of informative resources regarding vegetarianism.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  Health Nutrition Alternative Lifestyle Food & Drink Vegetarianism

Ty Cobb

Collected by: University of South Florida School of Information

Archived since: Jul, 2011

Description:

These sites reflect historical examination of one of baseball's greatest players and his ensuing philanthropic legacy.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Ty Cobb Baseball History Popular Culture Detroit Tigers Georgia Ty Cobb Healthcare Major League Baseball

Permaculture

Collected by: University of South Florida School of Information

Archived since: Feb, 2012

Description:

Websites featuring information on the principles and practices of permaculture and related topics.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture permaculture sustainability biomimicry green energy sustainable agriculture organic agriculture ecoagriculture sustainable design microponics homesteading local exchange trading systems transition towns cooperatives Bill Mollison David Holmgren

2012 London Olympics

Collected by: University of South Florida School of Information

Archived since: Feb, 2012

Description:

An overview of web content for the 2012 London Olympics

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health

Minimalist and Barefoot Running

Collected by: University of South Florida School of Information

Archived since: Feb, 2012

Description:

Minimalist and barefoot running has become a hot topic amongst the running community in recent months. However, several minimalist runners have argued that it has been a hot topic in the community much longer.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Blogs & Social Media shoes minimalist running barefoot style technique runner fitness

Census of Marine Life

Collected by: University of Rhode Island, Office of Marine Programs

Archived since: Jan, 2011

Description:

The Census of Marine Life is a global network of researchers in more than 80 nations engaged in a 10-year scientific initiative to assess and explain the diversity, distribution, and abundance of life in the oceans.

Subject:   Science & Health

Science Colloquium: Energy in Transition

Collected by: University of Oregon

Archived since: Jan, 2012

Description:

This course is a collaborative project with the goal of understanding how past societies have adapted to widespread changes in their foods and fuels, and how our current society can learn from their successes and failures in the contemporary global energy context.

Part of our job is to determine which energy sources are currently in transition, and which are not; which are under pressure to be changed, what those pressures are, and how energy policy might work either to promote or to hinder these changes. We will be particularly interested in ways that groups of people make hard choices, or don't, in the face of energy scarcity.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Computers & Technology

News Services

Collected by: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Archived since: Feb, 2012

Description:

Press releases by the UNC News Services

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health ,  Blogs & Social Media

University Archives Web Archives

Collected by: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries

Archived since: Jan, 2013

Description:

Selected web sites of the academic and business units of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of North Carolina General Administration, and student groups and organizations at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, based on enduring historical value. Supports existing University Archives collections.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health ,  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill--Public relations. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill--Administration. Universities and colleges--North Carolina--History--21st century. Universities and colleges--North Carolina.

Kiko Meat Goat Registration, Promotion, and Performance

Collected by: University of North Carolina

Archived since: Sep, 2014

No description.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Goat farming Goat meat industry Goat breeds Goats-Breeding Goats-Pedigrees

LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Collected by: University of New Mexico

Archived since: May, 2010

Description:

This archive is part of a University of New Mexico project that uses innovative technological solutions to build an easy to use knowledge base on energy policy and dialogue in Latin America for educational and policy-oriented research interests in the United States, Latin America, and the world.

Subject:   Government,  Science & Health ,  Computers & Technology

University of Minnesota. Bioinformatics Graduate Minor Program, 2001- 2011.

Collected by: University of Minnesota

Archived since: Jun, 2011

Description:

What is Bioinformatics? As defined here it is an interdisciplinary research area that applies computer and information science to solve biological problems. There are additional useful links. At the University of Minnesota, the Graduate Program in Bioinformatics offers a graduate minor. The minor is open only to students already enrolled in the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota.

The graduate minor in bioinformatics includes core coursework in computer and biological sciences and opportunities to interact with others interested in bioinformatics. The curriculum encourages interdisciplinary interaction, communication, and synthesis. All courses taken to fulfill minor requirements must be graded on the A/F scale. The student's examination committee must include a member of the Bioinformatics Graduate Faculty, and the graduate program must be approved by the Bioinformatics Director of Graduate Studies.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

University of Minnesota. Academic Health Center

Collected by: University of Minnesota

Archived since: Nov, 2011

Description:

Simply put, the Academic Health Center has 3 goals:

1 - Educate the next generation of doctors, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, public health professionals, and veterinarians.

2 - Discover and deliver new preventions, treatments, and cures that improve the health of families and communities.

3 - Enhance Minnesota’s bioscience industries and grow the state’s economy.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

University of Minnesota. Department of Food Science and Nutrition

Collected by: University of Minnesota

Archived since: Jan, 2014

Description:

The Department of Food Science and Nutrition is administered by the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) on the University's St. Paul campus. The Department maintains excellence in undergraduate and graduate education and offers programs in both food science and nutrition. M.S. and Ph.D. programs are coordinated through the University of Minnesota Graduate School. The Department operates a number of specialized laboratories where food science and nutrition research is conducted in a wide variety of topics. Food Science and Nutrition faculty, staff, and students are active in outreach programs in the food industry, local, national and international nutrition and health, and consumer communities.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

University of Minnesota. Water Resources Center

Collected by: University of Minnesota

Archived since: Jun, 2014

Description:

The University of Minnesota’s Water Resources Center provides leadership in freshwater management through cutting-edge research, educational opportunities for students and professionals, and community outreach. For students, WRC provides a critical link to water-resources professionals and access to all the University’s water-related programs. For citizens and professionals, WRC provides oversight of community-based programs and training and assistance with issues related to impaired waters, stormwater management, agricultural practices and global water issues.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

Space Exploration

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2010

Description:

Visual representations of the golden age of space exploration, dating from post-WWII through the 1970s.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture space exploration space exploration--1950s space exploration--1960s space exploration--1970s comics-science fiction history--cold war cold war--space race illustration--futurism space exlporation--educational resources aerospace space

Intelligent Design vs. Evolution

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2010

Description:

12 ways of looking at intelligent design and evolution: documenting arguments and responses from both sides

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  intelligent design Creationism

Asian Carp in the Great Lakes

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2011

Description:

Websites related to Asian Carp in the Great Lakes basin.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Government Invasive species Fish

Images from Space

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2011

Description:

Images of Space. Pulled from International Government, Amateur, and Hobby sites.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Arts & Humanities Government space exploration photo

Alternative Energy Sources

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2011

Description:

Alternative Energy Sources

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Government

Alternative Energy Sources_

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2011

Description:

A collection of diverse resources on different forms of alternative energy, aimed at a lay audience of high school students and adults who want to acquaint themselves with the current state of that field.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Government energy Alternative Energy Geothermal Wind Solar Hydroelectric Nuclear

UFO Enthusiasts

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2013

Description:

This collection documents the subculture of individuals who believe in extraterrestrial beings and their presence on and around Earth. It focuses on websites created by members of this subculture, and which document a belief in extraterrestrial encounters (e.g., UFO sightings, crashes, or abductions, and government conspiracy theories relating to concealed knowledge of, or interaction with, extraterrestrial beings).

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Blogs & Social Media Society & Culture Extraterrestrial beings Alien abduction Unidentified flying objects Unidentified flying objects--Sightings and encounters Conspiracies--United States

10 years on Mars

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2014

Description:

Our mission is to capture the public perception of the Mars rovers on their 10th anniversary, and to preserve and provide access to that information for future research.We will collect web pages that address the Mars rovers from three different perspectives on their 10th anniversary, and to preserve and provide access to that information for future research. Official government websites will provide the control information: what was officially released regarding the past ten years exploring Mars. As a counterpoint, we will also capture the popular news and science media’s relation of these events as well as the fringe (conspiracy theorizing, alien spotting and so on) perspectives and reactions.

Subject:   Computers & Technology,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture mars rovers space exploration mars exploration Mars space NASA mars images

Legalization of marijuana in Colorado

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2014

Description:

In November 2012 Colorado voters passed Amendment 64, which legalized the sale and personal use of marijuana within the state. The debate taking place in Colorado represents a microcosm of the national discourse on the legalization of marijuana. This collection will focus on the passing and aftermath of Colorado’s Amendment 64 and will be limited to sources from 2012 and later. This collection seeks to represent the wide array of opinions by selecting websites from each side of the debate. It is intended to be an educational tool for governments, students, and other researchers.

Subject:   Government - US States Blogs & Social Media,  Science & Health

The Privatization of Space Exploration

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Feb, 2015

No description.

Subject:   Science & Health

University of Michigan Health System Web Collection

Collected by: University of Michigan Bentley Historical Library

Archived since: May, 2015

No description.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

Aviation History Web Collection

Collected by: University of Miami

Archived since: Oct, 2013

Description:

The collection archives the websites of the Pan Am Historical Foundation, World Wings International and the Clipper Pioneers. These organizations were founded by former employees of Pan American World Airways, Inc. (1927-1991) to preserve the history of the airline. The company was a pioneer in international air travel, the development of aviation equipment, air routes, commercial passenger service, navigation techniques, and communication systems.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Computers & Technology Society & Culture

Centres 1

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2008

Description:

A collection of the web sites of the University's Centres. These may be part of or affiliated with a particular University Faculty, Department or School.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Departments 1

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2008

Description:

A collection of the web sites of the University's academic Departments which each belong to a particular University Faculty.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture,  Science & Health

Institutes

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2008

Description:

A collection of the web sites of the University's Institutes. These may be part of or affiliated with a particular University Faculty, Department or School.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Arts & Humanities Society & Culture

Schools

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2008

Description:

A collection of the web sites of the University's Schools. These may be part of or affiliated with a particular University Faculty or Department.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Units, Networks & Other 1

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2008

Description:

A collection of websites of units, networks, programs, groups and hospitals which are related to the work of or are part of specific University Faculties or Academic Departments and Schools. Includes research project websites.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Departments 2

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2008

Description:

An additional collection of the websites of the University's academic Departments which each belong to a particular University Faculty.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Research

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2008

Description:

A collection of web sites related to the University's Research Function. Includes the Melbourne Research Office, the Office of Research Ethics & Integrity and some research projects (refer to Units, Networks & Other collections for other research projects).

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Arts & Humanities Society & Culture

Units, Networks & Other 2

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Feb, 2013

Description:

A second collection of websites of units, networks, programs, groups and hospitals which are related to the work of or are part of specific University Faculties or Academic Departments and Schools.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Arts & Humanities Society & Culture

Centres 2

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Feb, 2013

Description:

A second collection of the web sites of the University's Centres. These may be part of or affiliated with a particular University Faculty, Department or School.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Arts & Humanities Society & Culture

Units, Networks & Other 3

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Feb, 2013

Description:

A third collection of of websites of units, networks, programs, groups and hospitals which are related to the work of or are part of specific University Faculties or Academic Departments and Schools.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Arts & Humanities

Units, Networks & Other 4

Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

A fourth collection of of websites of units, networks, programs, groups and hospitals which are related to the work of or are part of specific University Faculties or Academic Departments and Schools.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Arts & Humanities

Urban Farming

Collected by: University of Maryland, iSchool

Archived since: Nov, 2012

Description:

Websites describing the urban gardening movement. Includes newspapers, magazines, blogs, and individual community garden sites. These sites offer practical information on how to create a urban garden as well as the social and environmental impact these gardens have.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  Arts & Humanities Agriculture Urban Gardening Community Gardens Vegetable Gardening Sustainable agriculture

DUST Alternate Reality Game: Planetary Science

Collected by: University of Maryland, iSchool

Archived since: Mar, 2015

Description:

Web sites associated with the alternate reality game DUST and how it relates to planetary science.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Planetary Science

DUST Alternate Reality Game: Ethics

Collected by: University of Maryland, iSchool

Archived since: Mar, 2015

Description:

This collection includes social media pages and other websites related to the ethics issues explored in the 2015 alternate reality game DUST. Some archived websites for this collection were chosen because they provide contextual information about issues of ethics, long-term thinking, astrobiology, scientific integrity, access to information, genetics, bioethics, and women in science.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Arts & Humanities Ethics Alternate Reality Games Communication in science Exobiology Women in science Bioethics Genetics--Moral and ethical aspects

DUST Alternate Reality Game: Neurology and Microbiology

Collected by: University of Maryland, iSchool

Archived since: Mar, 2015

Description:

Neurology and Microbiology sources of DUST ARG

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Blogs & Social Media Microbiology Neurology

Ebola Virus Disease

Collected by: University of Manitoba

Archived since: Oct, 2014

Description:

A collection of websites related to Canada's involvement in the Ebola virus disease outbreak in 2014.

Subject:   Science & Health

Hawaii - Land, Water, Natural Resources

Collected by: University of Hawaii

Archived since: Oct, 2011

Description:

Hawaii - Land, Water, Natural Resources

Subject:   Science & Health

Pacific Regional Aquaculture Information Service for Education (PRAISE)

Collected by: University of Hawaii

Archived since: Aug, 2013

Description:

The Pacific Regional Aquaculture Information Service for Education (PRAISE) is a program, implemented under the USDA Regional Aquaculture Center Program, whose goal is to support the development of the aquaculture industry in the Pacific Region by promotion of information transfer. PRAISE is supported by the Center for Tropical and Subtropical Aquaculture and staffed by personnel of the Science & Technology Reference Department of the University of Hawaii-Manoa's Hamilton Library.

Subject:   Science & Health

Web Archive - General

Collected by: University of Alberta

Archived since: May, 2012

No description.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Society & Culture,  Science & Health

E-Cigarette Marketing Web Archive

Collected by: UCSF Industry Documents Library

Archived since: Jun, 2014

Description:

A web archive of resources related to the marketing of e-cigarettes and their equivalent.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Universities & Libraries e-cigarette marketing nicotine alternative harm reduction vaping

Tobacco Industry Web Archive

Collected by: UCSF Industry Documents Library

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

Contains archived websites of the major U.S. and international tobacco companies. The company websites are the public face of the tobacco industry and include press releases, market share reports and company opinions on health-related and corporate responsibility issues. This collection compliments the holdings of the Legacy Tobacco Documents Library, an archive of over 14 million internal tobacco industry documents: http://industrydocuments.library.ucsf.edu/tobacco

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries tobacco industry public policy tobacco control

California Tobacco Control Web Archive

Collected by: UCSF Industry Documents Library

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

The California Tobacco Control Web Archive is a selective collection of websites produced by government, advocacy groups, bloggers, news agencies, tobacco companies and tobacco-industry front groups related to contemporary California tobacco control public policy efforts such as tobacco tax measures, smoke-free ordinances and retailing limitations.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Politics & Elections Universities & Libraries California tobacco control public policy ballot initiatives smoke free laws cigarette butts

Food Industry Web Archive

Collected by: UCSF Industry Documents Library

Archived since: Jun, 2015

Description:

A collection of web resources related to the UCSF Food Industry Documents Archive which collects internal documents from companies, such as the U.S. sugar industry, that harm public health.

Subject:   Government,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Advisory Committees

Collected by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

This collection includes materials from HHS-supported Advisory Committees with responsibilities for providing advice or recommendations to the government.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

Budget and Performance

Collected by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

This collection includes past budgets (FY2000+) and performance documentation.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

Incident Response

Collected by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

This collection includes websites with HHS responses to various human and natural disasters and outbreaks.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

Reports

Collected by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

This collection includes reports such as past agency financial reports, management progress plans and reports, and topical material.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

Secretary Michael O. Leavitt (20th; 2005-2009)

Collected by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

This collection includes material from the administration of Secretary Leavitt.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

Speeches & Op-Eds

Collected by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

This collection includes speeches and opinion materials with speeches from HHS leadership since 1989.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

News Releases

Collected by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

This collection includes HHS news and announcements from 1991 through 2011.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

Websites, Retired

Collected by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

This collection includes retired HHS and HHS-sponsored websites.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

Accion

Collected by: Tufts University

Archived since: Apr, 2013

No description.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health

Center for Health, Environment and Justice

Collected by: Tufts University

Archived since: Apr, 2013

No description.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Politics & Elections

Hartmann

Collected by: Tufts University

Archived since: Aug, 2014

No description.

Subject:   Science & Health

Commonwealth Fund Websites

Collected by: The Commonwealth Fund

Archived since: Apr, 2010

Description:

The Commonwealth Fund is a private foundation that aims to promote a high performing health care system that achieves better access, improved quality, and greater efficiency, particularly for society's most vulnerable.

Subject:   Science & Health

TennCare, Bureau of

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2007

Description:

On January 1, 1994, Tennessee began a new health care reform program called TennCare. This program, which required no new taxes, essentially replaced the Medicaid program in Tennessee. TennCare was designed as a managed care model. It extended coverage to uninsured and uninsurable persons who were not eligible for Medicaid.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Medical care -- Tennessee TennCare (program)

Climate change and environmental policy

Collected by: Stanford University, Social Sciences Resource Group

Archived since: May, 2008

Description:

This is a collection of Intergovernmental and Non-governmental Organizations (IGOs and NGOs) that focus on the environmental policy of climate change and global warming. We're extremely interested -- for purely academic reasons -- in how this collection is being used and would be grateful if users would share that information with us. Please email James Jacobs, Government Information Librarian, at jrjacobs AT stanford DOT edu. User privacy is extremely important so of course any stories and personal information will be kept strictly confidential.

Subject:   Society & Culture Government,  Science & Health ,  Global warming Environmental quality--United States Environmental sciences Environmental protection--United States Environmental protection United Nations Environmental policy Climatic changes Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric

Fugitive US Agencies

Collected by: Stanford University, Social Sciences Resource Group

Archived since: Feb, 2011

Description:

This collection is designed to collect publications from those federal agencies who publish fugitive documents -- those documents that should be part of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) but are not distributed to libraries because the agencies are not sending their publications to the Government Printing Office (GPO) for distribution to FDLP libraries.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Government information--United States Government publications--United States Federal Depository Library Program United States. Government Printing Office

Harden McConnell

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

Website of Harden McConnell, Stanford professor emeritus of chemistry.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Chemistry Stanford University. Department of Chemistry. Stanford University--Faculty

Carl Djerassi

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

Websites documenting the life and career of Carl Djerassi. University research scientist and industrialist, Djerassi is most famous for synthesizing the first oral contraceptive. Born in Vienna, Austria, in 1923, he emigrated to the United States in 1939. He received his B.A. in 1942 from Kenyon College and worked briefly with the Ciba Phamaceutical Company before receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He taught at Wayne State University in Detroit and worked at the pharmaceutical company Syntex in Mexico before joining the Stanford faculty as Professor of Chemistry in 1959. He is the author of over 1100 articles, seven books on scientific subjects, and several novels; his awards include the National Medal of Science, the Priestly Medal, the first Wolf Prize in Chemistry, and the National Medal of Technology.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Arts & Humanities Society & Culture

Gordon Bower

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

Website of Gordon Bower, Albert Ray Lang Professor of Psychology Stanford University (Emeritus).

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries

Philip G. Zimbardo

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

Websites documenting the career of Philip G. Zimbardo, professor of psychology (emeritus) Stanford University. Philip Zimbardo is perhaps best known for the Stanford Prison Experiment, conducted in the basement of the Stanford University psychology department in 1971. The participants in the study were 24 male college students who were randomly assigned to act either as guards or prisoners in the mock prison. The study was initially slated to last two weeks, but had to be terminated after just six days because of the extreme reactions and behaviors of the participants. The guards began displaying cruel and sadistic behavior toward the prisoners, while the prisoners became depressed and hopeless. Since the famous prison experiment, Zimbardo has continued to conduct research on a variety of topics including shyness, cult behavior and heroism. He has a authored and co-authored numerous books, including some that are widely used in university level psychology courses. Some people may recognize him as the host of the Discovering Psychology video series, which has aired on PBS and is often used in high school and college psychology classes. In 2002, Zimbardo was elected president of the American Psychological Association. After more than 50 years of teaching, Zimbardo retired from Stanford in 2003 but gave his last Exploring Human Nature lecture on March 7, 2007. Today, he continues to work as the director of the organization he founded called the Heroic Imagination Project. The organization promotes research, education and media initiatives designed to inspire ordinary people to act as heroes and agents of social change.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Psychology Stanford University--Faculty Stanford Prison Experiment Prisons

Patrick Suppes

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

Website of Patrick Suppes, Lucie Stern Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at Stanford University and is Director and Faculty Advisor for Stanford's Education Program for Gifted Youth (1992). He was director of Stanford's Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences (1959-1992). He is also professor emeritus by courtesy in Stanford's Department of Statistics, Department of Psychology, and School of Education. Suppes made significant contributions to philosophy of science, the theory of measurement, the foundations of quantum mechanics, decision theory, psychology and educational technology.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities,  Science & Health ,  Suppes, Patrick Philosophy Stanford University--Faculty

Stephen Schneider

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

Website of Dr. Stephen H. Schneider (1945-2010), Melvin and Joan Lane Professor for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies, Professor of Biological Sciences, Professor (by courtesy) of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and a Senior Fellow in the Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University. Dr. Schneider received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and Plasma Physics from Columbia University in 1971. He studied the role of greenhouse gases and suspended particulate material on climate as a postdoctoral fellow at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies. He was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in 1972 and was a member of the scientific staff of NCAR from 1973-1996, where he co-founded the Climate Project.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Government - National Society & Culture Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Climatic changes Global environmental change Global temperature changes Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric Nature-- Effect of human beings on

Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Jul, 2015

Description:

Nicole Baran, MSW, is the Executive Director and Founder of the Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness. She has been dedicated to the movement to end gender-based violence since 2000, working both as an advocate with survivors of domestic violence and at the policy level for systemic change. Nicole has conducted national trainings and contributed to publications to improve the institutional response to domestic violence since 2001. She has delivered over 350 customized workshops, locally and nationwide, at organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, the San Francisco Bar Association, and California’s State Domestic Violence Coalition. Nicole has been teaching in the Feminist Studies Program at Stanford University since 2007 after developing Violence Against Women: Theory, Issues and Prevention. In 2006, she successfully partnered with Stanford University to institutionalize a comprehensive response to gender-based violence on campus. She managed a five-year grant from the USDOJ Office on Violence Against Women and was instrumental in implementing Stanford’s first Office on Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse. Nicole received her BA and MA in English from Stanford University and a Masters in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis, with a specialization in management and a focus on women’s rights. Nicole Baran is also the Executive Director of the Peggy and Jack Baskin Foundation which funds innovative strategies for eliminating obstacles facing marginalized populations, with an emphasis on empowering women and promoting educational equality. She established the infrastructure and direction of the Foundation and became the first Executive Director in 2009. Read Nicole’s oped in the Stanford Daily, Stanford Drops the Ball on Sexual Assault Case, interviews with Seneca International and Maestro Market or listen to the interview on Stanford Radio KZSU’s “Culture Lens”.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Politics & Elections Relationship abuse

Life in 2011

Collected by: Sonoma Academy

Archived since: Jan, 2011

Description:

How will technology, social networking, entertainment and diseases be different in the future? Will things like diabetes and cancer be cured? Will iPhones still be popular? Will we still care about the same celebrities?

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Computers & Technology,  Science & Health

NGOs

Collected by: Simon Fraser University

Archived since: Jun, 2014

Description:

Funded by Health Canada, NAHO is a knowledge based organization that excels in the advancement and promotion of health and well-being of all First Nations, Inuit and Métis individuals, families and communities.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health

Research

Collected by: Sherwood School District

Archived since: Oct, 2009

Description:

This is a group of websites dedicated solely to many different research topics. Ongoing studies, new developments relating to older projects, and ideas for new research topics are all here.

Subject:   Government Politics & Elections,  Science & Health

Salt Lake County Clark Planetarium

Collected by: Salt Lake County Government

Archived since: Oct, 2013

Description:

Clark Planetarium’s mission is to create and present enlightening experiences that inspire wonder in learning about space and science, and to promote greater public awareness of the science in our daily lives.

Subject:   Society & Culture Government - Counties,  Science & Health ,  Salt Lake County (Utah) County services planetariums Outer space-exploration Science & discovery

Salt Lake County Health Department

Collected by: Salt Lake County Government

Archived since: Oct, 2013

Description:

The mission of the Salt Lake County Health Department is to promote and protect community and environmental health. These webpages document health regulations, programs and services, clinic information, birth and death record requests, environmental health regulations, food inspections, annual reports, and Board of Health agendas and meeting minutes.

Subject:   Government - Counties Government,  Science & Health ,  Salt Lake County (Utah) County government-Utah Board of health Health promotion-United States Health policy

Salt Lake County One Million Trees

Collected by: Salt Lake County Government

Archived since: Oct, 2013

Description:

Webpages of the One Million Trees program, a campaign to plant one million trees in Salt Lake County by 2017.

Subject:   Government - Counties Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  County government-Utah County services Urban forestry Trees in cities Community forestry

Salt Lake County Behavioral Health Services

Collected by: Salt Lake County Government

Archived since: Nov, 2013

Description:

Webpages of Salt Lake County Behavioral Health Services

Subject:   Government - Counties,  Science & Health ,  County government-Utah County services mental health care Preventive mental health services Drug abuse

Salt Lake County Youth Services

Collected by: Salt Lake County Government

Archived since: Nov, 2013

Description:

Webpages of Salt Lake County Youth Services

Subject:   Government - Counties Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  County government-Utah County services

Salt Lake County Engineering and Flood Control

Collected by: Salt Lake County Government

Archived since: Nov, 2013

Description:

Webpages of Salt Lake County Engineering and Flood Control

Subject:   Government - Counties,  Science & Health ,  County government-Utah County services

Salt Lake Valley Landfill and Recycling

Collected by: Salt Lake County Government

Archived since: Nov, 2013

Description:

Webpages of Salt Lake Valley Landfill and Recycling

Subject:   Government - Counties,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture County government-Utah County services Refuse disposal facilities Waste disposal sites

Salt Lake County Weed Control

Collected by: Salt Lake County Government

Archived since: Nov, 2013

Description:

Webpages of Salt Lake County Weed Control. This program assists property owners in identification, prevention and suppression of noxious weeds within the county.

Subject:   Government - Counties,  Science & Health ,  County services Weeds-Control Plants-Identification

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