The Norwegian University of Science and Technology is a public research university in Norway with the main campus in Trondheim and smaller campuses in Gjøvik and Ålesund. The largest university in Norway, NTNU has over 40,000 students. NTNU in its current form was established by the King-in-Council in 1996 by the merger of the former University of Trondheim and other university-level institutions, with roots dating back to 1760, has also incorporated some former university colleges. NTNU is ranked in the top one percentage among the world's universities in the 101–400 range depending on ranking. NTNU has the main national responsibility for education and research in engineering and technology, is the successor of Norway's preeminent engineering university, the Norwegian Institute of Technology, established by Parliament in 1910 as Norway's national engineering university. In addition to engineering and natural sciences, the university offers higher education in other academic disciplines ranging from medicine, social sciences, the arts, teacher education and fine art.
NTNU is well known for its close collaboration with industry, with its R&D partner SINTEF, which provided it with the biggest industrial link among all the technical universities in the world. The university's academics include three Nobel laureates in medicine, Edvard Moser, May-Britt Moser and John O'Keefe. NTNU is a young institution with a long history; the university, in its current form, was established in 1996 by the merger of six research and higher education institutions in Trondheim, as follows: Norwegian Institute of Technology, established in 1910 Museum of Natural History and Archaeology, established in 1767 Norwegian College of General Sciences, established in 1922 Faculty of Medicine, established in 1975 Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, established in 1987 Trondheim Conservatory of Music, established in 1973Prior to the merger, NTH, NLHT, DMF, VM together constituted the University of Trondheim, a much looser organization. However, the university's root goes back to 1760, with the foundation of Det Trondhiemske Selskab, which in 1767 became the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters.
The engineering education in Trondheim began with Trondhjems Tekniske Læreanstalt in 1870, in 1910, Norwegian Institute of Technology opened officially. In 2010, NTNU celebrated the 250th anniversary of Trondheim Academy. NTNU celebrated the 100th anniversary of NTH in the same year; the centennial was celebrated by the publication of several books, among them a history of the university, entitled "Turbulens og tankekraft. Historien om NTNU" which translates as "Turbulence and mindpower: The history of NTNU". Det Trondhiemske Selskab, Norway's first academic society, was founded in 1760. In 1767, it changed its name to the Royal Norwegian Society of Science and Letters upon receiving recognition from the Danish Crown. DKNVS library – today known as NTNU Gunnerus Library – was founded in 1768, is Norway's oldest library. First proposal for a Norwegian Polytechnical Institute was made in 1833. Trondhjems Tekniske Læreanstalt or TTL was founded in 1870; the newly formed school educated engineers of various fields.
In 1898, TTL moved to a larger building in Munkegata. TTL was disbanded in 1900s. In 1900, the Norwegian Parliament passed a resolution supporting the establishment of Norwegian Institute of Technology in Trondheim. NTH was opened on September 15, 1910. Five academical departments were present in the parliament's resolution of 31 May 1900, such as Architecture and Urban Planning, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical engineering, Chemistry. In 1922, Norwegian College of Teaching in Trondheim opened at Lade gård. In 1950, Stiftelsen for industriell og teknisk forskning or SINTEF was founded as part of NTH and as its link to Norwegian industry. University of Trondheim was established in 1968, in Department of Medicine established as part of UNiT in 1974, it was designed by the architect Henning Larsen. In 1984, NLHT reformed into Norwegian College of General Sciences as part of UNiT. On 1 January 1996, the University of Trondheim became the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
In 1989, NTH Rector Karsten Jakobsen had launched the idea of a Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. On March 21, 1995, the Parliament, with a majority after a long debate, decided to establish NTNU in Trondheim. In 2014, the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research asked the country's universities and university colleges to provide suggestions and ideas for rebuilding Norway's institutions of higher education; the context of the request was that the Norwegian government wanted to cut back on the number of institutions in the sector. The NTNU board decided on 28 January 2015 to merge NTNU with the University Colleges of Sør-Trøndelag, Ålesund and Gjøvik to form a new university that would retain the university's current name, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; the merger, which went into effect in January 2016, made NTNU Norway's largest single university. NTNU has several campuses in Trondheim.
Max Jules Gottschalk was an artist, furniture designer, industrial designer. Gottschalk was born in 1909 in Missouri, he graduated from Washington University in the late 1930s. Afterwards, he moved to the Dominion of Newfoundland where he worked as Chief Technical Advisor of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Reconstruction; the Newfoundland government assigned him the task of designing workshop furniture for the agricultural community of Markland. His designs combined modernist principles with the use of natural materials; the onset World War II ended the government's economic reconstruction programs and Gottschalk’s work. Gottschalk returned to the United States, moving to Tucson, Arizona, he became a professor of industrial design at the new Modernist style West Campus of Pima Community College. Gottschalk's most productive artistic period was in Arizona, from the 1950s to his death in 2005, his artistic interests included mid-century modern industrial design which combined "natural" materials like leather with production materials such as aluminum and steel.
The result was beautifully proportioned work that embraced and embodied both the Southwestern aesthetic and Modern design principles. Gottschalk worked with leather, irregular and flawed, celebrating the material's imperfections, his distinctive logo appears on all of his products. He created oil paintings. Examples of Gottschalk's work include: Donald Wilcox, Modern Leather Design, Watson Guptill, New York 1971. Max%20Gottschalk%20website Official website AskArt: Max Gottschalk
Makeshift Feelgood is the album by the English electronic dance music group X-Press 2. It features Tim DeLaughter from The Polyphonic Spree, Kurt Wagner from Lambchop, Anthony Roman from Radio 4, 1980s band Kissing the Pink, and, on the first single "Kill 100", Rob Harvey from English rock group The Music; the single featured Wing Chun master Austin Goh. "Witchi Tai To" "Enjoy the Ride" "Give It" "Fellow Cutie" "Don't Make Me Wait" "Kill 100" "17" "Light My Soul" "The Answer" "Last Man" "Makeshift Feelgood"
Katharina Stemberger-Eder is an Austrian actress. Stemberger studied cello at the conservatories in Salzburg. After graduating in 1988, she began her acting training with Eva Zilcher. In 1996 she attended a three-month acting training at the Hollywood Acting Workshop in Los Angeles. Stemberger-Eder has a daughter, she and her sister Julia Stemberger are the daughters of the tropical medicine Heinrich Stemberger and the actress Christa Schwertsik, married to the composer Kurt Schwertsik. Through her husband Fabian, Stemberger is the daughter-in-law of Otto Anton Eder; the couple Schwertsik and the Stemberger sisters make common theater, such. For example, with The Mikado, an operetta performed in the Volkstheater since 2008; as a UNESCO ambassador she campaigns for the vaccine against papillomaviruses. Katharina Stemberger on IMDb
Rock the Spot, sometimes referred as RTS, is an annual b-boying event held in London, Canada. The event attracts spectators and dancers from around Ontario as well as nearby areas such as Quebec and New York; the main feature of the event is a breakdance competition between crews however, there are performances by specially invited dance groups which showcase funk or choreographed hip hop dance acts before or between rounds of the competition. Winners of the competition are chosen by a panel of special guest judges and prizes are awarded. Rock the Spot first was organized by Kyler Ayim and Matthew Kang; the original Rock the Spot was a success however there was no event the following years until it was reinstated by main organizer Joseph Chen-Fu Hsieh and executive members of the UWO Breakers, a breakdancing club at the University of Western Ontario, in 2005. The original organizers no longer have a major role in organizing the now yearly event, however they have remained a part of RTS as the Master of Ceremonies and as a judge.
Rock the Spot 2 and Rock the Spot 3 took place on March 25, 2005 and February 18, 2006 both at Huron University College at the University of Western Ontario. Rock the Spot 4 took place in February 2007. Rock the Spot 4 Winner -? Runner-up -? 3rd place -? Rock the Spot 3 Winner - Stylordz Runner-up - Poizon Applez 3rd place - Ill Manners Rock the Spot 2 Winner - Albino Zebrahz Runner-up - Stylordz Rock the Spot 1 Winner - Albino Zebrahz Poizon Applez Crew Wizards of Rhythm Area 51 Da F. A. M. Illamentz DEFinity Crew Supernaturalz Guilty Bratz Krew UTM Ground Illusionz Illmanners Stylordz Dressed 2 Kill NEBC Hungry Hungry Hippos Albino Zebrahz Nomadz Crazy Ghost Crew Sangua Jazz-lo Megabass FoOL-Fu Mantis FloMaster Pieces Mae Hem VyBE FX Hip-Hop Western Funk Fantastic K-Mel FloMaster etc. Tim Hortonz MTV Canada Central Clothing Bboy No-Way Bboy Kee Bboy 12-step Raiz Mondo Fo' Real Grace ScrambleLegz Rickshaw Taiwanese Restaurant Mad Dog Clothing Rock the Spot official website Promo video, event information, DVD sales, more LondonBboys.ca - Website of the current Rock the Spot organizers Routines highlights video on YouTube.com - Compilation of teamwork / multi-person routines during the competition
Green Valley is a Spanish reggae-dancehall group formed by five musicians, native to Alava and Catalonia. Their songs address social injustice. In 2001, Ander Valverde, founder of Green Valley, began performing in Sound System format in Vitoria. One Year he recorded his first demo solo El sueño perdido and, soon after, in September 2004, the idea of forming a band emerged. Seeing it was accepted by the public they decided to move to Barcelona in 2006. In 2007, their second demo called Inmigrantes was recorded and they began playing concerts around Spain. In 2010, the band launched their first album “En tus manos”, an album full of reggae and dancehall; the title refers to the call to transform the world in which we live through social awareness with witty lyrics, catchy phrases and an unmistakable voice. In 2012, they released their second album called La Voz del Pueblo, an album with a critique of the society in which we live. In 2013, the band released; that year was special for Green Valley who made their début in festivals like Reggaeboa Balboa, Lagata or Rotottom Sunsplash 20th.
2014 was their 10th anniversary as a band and they marked the achievement with a special album called Hijos de la Tierra, their fourth album and one which confirmed their notable evolution as a referential group in the national scene. The album was presented for the first time in the Festimad, celebrated in February 2015. Ander Valverde – vocals and songwriter Egoitz Uriarte – drums Ander Larrea – guitars Juantxi Fernández – bass guitar Jonathan Sánchez – keyboards 2010: En tus manos 2012: La voz del pueblo 2013: Mirame a los ojos 2014: Hijos de la tierra 2019: Bajo la piel 2002: El sueño perdido 2007: Inmigrantes 2013: "Gente real" featuring Tosko 2013: "Friend" featuring Shinjiman 2013: "Lo mio lo comparto" featuring Kinki Bwoy Green Valley's Twitter Green Valley's Facebook Green Valley's Myspace Green Valley's channel in YouTube Green Valley's biography