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Series VIII. Videos [series]:
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Human Ecology (V-7597)
  48  
Human Ecology Breakfast (V-205)
  48  
Celebrating 25 Years as Human Ecology (V-206)
Click here to see a digitized version of the video.

This film discusses the 25th anniversary of the name change from Home Economics to Human Ecology in 1969 to better describe the growing mission of the college and reflect the changes that were happening both at Cornell University and in society as a whole.

Project participants include David Knapp, Jean Failing, Jerome Ziegler, Stephan Hamilton, and many others.

  48  
Celebrating 25 Years as Human Ecology - copy of V-206 (DVD-1008)
  48  
Doris Mitchell- full interview at the Oak Hill Nursing Home- 52 minutes (V-498)
  48  
Florence Beck- full interview at the Oak Hill Nursing Home- 54 minutes (V-499)
  48  
Florence Beck and Doris Mitchell- edited interviews that were put on the exhibition web site- about seven minutes each (V-500)
  48  
Proud Lecture- by Abby Bloch, "Nutrition on Preventing and Managing Cancer" (V-501)
  48  
"Chinese Figures" The Cornell-China Oxford Project on Nutrition, Health and Environment by Colin Campbell (V-502)
  48  
"Nutrition in Preventing and Managing Cancer" (V-503)
  48  
Hillier Lecture- by Leslie Weismann, Associate Professor Architecture a New Jersey Institute of Technology (V-504)
  48  
Albany Seminar- this is a dress rehearsal of the seminar entitled "Supporting Children in an Era of Welfare Reform" that was to happen the following week at the Family Policy center in Albany (V-562)
  48  
Meinig Symposium- speaker from the World Food Program- Senior Humanitarian Officer speaks (V-563)
  115  
Janet Clay White Lecture- entitled "A View From the Inside Out: Participants' Views of Food Assistance" (V-6939)
  115  
Janet Clay White Lecture- Marci K. Campbell - PicTel Conference (V-7092)
  115  
Janet Clay White Lecture- entitled "The Future of Human Nutrition" by Dr. Kim Travers (V-564)
  115  
Kyoritsu World- Junior College in Japan- Cornell (CHE) is a sister school as of 1997 (V-565)
  115  
Kyoritsu World- Junior College in Japan- Cornell (CHE) is a sister school (V-566)
  115  
"Healthy Families, Healthy Communities"- February 2001- building supportive policies (V-567)
  115  
"Statutory Colleges at Cornell: Service to the State, Nation, and the World" (V-568)
  115  
Endowed Chair- Cindy Noble, Ethel Samson and Carol (V-569)
  115  
Celebrating 25 Years as Human Ecology (V-570)
  115  
Dean Francille Firebaugh- Retirement reception (V-571)
  115  
Human Ecology Strategic Planning Talk- discussion of university's organizational fit with its contemporary environment (V-572)
  115  
Tribute to Francille Firebaugh (V-573)
  115  
Skipa Documentary: "Streets of Suffering"- Human Ecology student, Philippe Patker, class of 1995- went to Zimbabwe to study its history, culture and politics- founder of Skipa (Street Kids in Performing Arts) (V-574)
  115  
"Changing Expectations of Faculty Roles and Responsibilities" part 3 of 6 part series examining the role of land-grant universities in the 21st century-video conference held at Clemson (V-575)
  115  
"Families in Crisis"- Symposium with Francille Firebaugh (V-576)
  116  
"Not in My School, Not in My Community"- video conference done in response to tragedy in Littleton, Colorado- Dean Firebaugh, Prof. Jim Garbarino were on tape (V-577)
  116  
Why Some Children Seem to Misreport Events- video conference with Professor Steven Ceci-2 tapes (V-578 and V-579)
  116  
Harlem Literacy Project (V-585)
  115  
Learnings from Essex Street (V-586)
  116  
Human Ecology Faculty in the News (V-587)
  116  
College of Human Ecology (V-646)
  116  
Strategic Planning Conference (V-647)
  116  
"Education for Social Justice: El Puente"-Luis Garden Acosta and Francos Lucerna the ISCOL Family Program for Leadership Development in Public Service (V-792)
  116  
"Unravelling the Gender Knot"-Dr. Allen G. Johnson (V-793)
  116  
Closed North Wing - MVR - Roof through Second Floor (V-7093)
  116  
Closed North Wing - First Floor through Ground Floor Administration Offices (V-7094)
  116  
Closed North Wing - Ground Floor Administration Offices through Basement and Sub-Basement (V-7095)
  116  
"Valuing Our Past, Creating Our Future" (V-794)
Click here to see a digitized version of the video.

This film celebrates the centennial of the college and discusses the history of the College of Human Ecology, formally the College of Home Economics.

Project participants include Nancy Tomes from SUNY Stoneybrook, Patsy Brannon, Jerome Ziegler, Francille Firebaugh and Jean Failing.

  116  
"Valuing Our Past, Creating Our Future" - copy of video V-794 (DVD-1009)
  116  
"Iscol Family Program For Leadership Development in Public Service, A Harder Thing: Discovering My Work in East Harlem - Ivan Hageman" (V-1081)
  116  
"Iscol Family Program For Leadership Development in Public Service, The Light of Conscience: How a Simple Act Can Change Your Life By Bill Shore" (V-1082)