IMPCast showcases current Instructional Media Production videos, as well as course-related videos and selections from our archives. More Information: The Andrea L. Rich Night to Honor Teaching The Andrea L. Rich Night to Honor Teaching is an event sponsored annually by the UCLA Academic Senate Committee on Teaching and the Office of Instructional Development to honor and celebrate the accomplishments and dedication of the Faculty, Lecturers and Teaching Assistants who have received this year's awards for distinguished teaching. 2016 Andrea L. Rich Night to Honor Teaching UCLA Faculty Research Lectures Since 1925 UCLA has honored its most distinguished scholars by selecting them to deliver this special annual lecture. By honoring them in this way, members of the academic community have an opportunity to appreciate these scholars' achievements in a way they may not have otherwise had. Please visit the UCLA Faculty Research Lectures Archives. Is There a Post-Place Politics? John Agnew, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor, Geography March 9, 2017 Course-Related Click on a subject to view a list of related videos. General and Organic Chemistry Use of a Buret Running Time: 17:23 The Celestial Sphere Which Fell to Earth Running Time: 52:00 Column Chromatography Running Time: 15:16 Extraction Running Time: 13:00 Fractional Distillation Running Time: 20:00 Gas Chromatography Running Time: 17:00 Infrared Spectroscopy Running Time: 15:32 Melting Point Determination Running Time: 17:15 Use Of A Pipet Running Time: 14:00 Recrystalization Running Time: 21:00 Safety Running Time: 19:00 Simple Distillation Running Time: 12:00 Solution Preparation Running Time: 19:13 Spectrophotometric Analysis Running Time: 14:39 Thin Layer Chromatography Running Time: 12:43 IMP Archives The Instructional Media Production Archives offers a selection of titles showcasing a variety of our video projects over the past 50 years. We attempt to update this selection periodically. All our titles are also available for viewing in the Instructional Media Library. USIE Student Impressions Undergraduate Student Initiated Education (USIE) is an innovative program designed to provide a select group of juniors and seniors in the College with the opportunity to develop and facilitate, under close faculty supervision, a lower division seminar for their peers.