Fast magnetosonic waves can lead to the local acceleration of electrons from ∼10 keV up to a few MeV on a timescale of 1–2 d and may play an important role in radiation belt dynamics. Here we present a survey of wave and particle data from the Combined Release and Radiation Effects Satellite (CRRES) to determine the global morphology of the waves as a function of magnetic activity, and to investigate the role of proton rings as a potential source mechanism. The intensity of fast magnetosonic waves in the frequency range 0.5 f LHR < f < f LHR increases with increasing magnetic activity suggesting they are related to periods of enhanced convection and/or substorm activity. They are observed at most magnetic local times (MLT) outside the plasmapause but are restricted to the dusk sector inside the plasmapause. The MLT distribution of low energy proton rings (E R E A ) required for instability closely matches the distribution of magnetosonic waves on the dusk side, both inside and outside the plasmapause, suggesting that low energy proton rings are a likely source of energy driving the waves. However, intense magnetosonic waves are also observed outside the plasmapause on the dawn-side that do not satisfy (E R > E A ). Although proton rings with E R > 30 keV could drive the instabilities, the source of these waves is yet to be properly identified. Since fast magnetosonic waves can accelerate electrons we suggest that they may provide a significant energy transfer process between the ring current and the outer electron radiation belt.
March 12, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard Roundup — 3/12/18 Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONMilwaukee 121, Memphis 103Houston 109, San Antonio 93Oklahoma City 106, Sacramento 101Portland 115, Miami 99NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEVegas 3, Philadelphia 2Washington 3, Winnipeg 2; OT Columbus 5, Montreal 2N.Y. Rangers 6, Carolina 3Ottawa 5, Florida 3St. Louis 4, Anaheim 2San Jose 5, Detroit 3L.A. Kings 3, Vancouver 0Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund
December 14, 2019 /Sports News – Local Childs, Barcello help BYU beat Utah St. at Beehive Classic Tags: Alex Barcello/Beehive Classic/BYU Cougars Basketball/Utah State Aggies Basketball/Yoeli Childs FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Yoeli Childs had 20 points and 10 rebounds, Alex Barcello scored five of his seven points in the final two minutes, and BYU held on for a 68-64 win over Utah State on Saturday night at the Beehive Classic.It was Childs’ third consecutive double-double. TJ Haws added 16 points, including four 3-pointers, with five assists and two steals for BYU.The Cougars (9-4) never trailed in the second half and Childs made back-to-back baskets to make it 46-37 early in the second. Utah State scored eight consecutive points to tie it at 50-all with 12:30 to play and Justin Bean made two layups 27 seconds apart to trim the Aggies’ deficit to 63-62 with 2:15 remaining. Barcello hit a jumper 17 seconds later. Neemias Queta made two free throws for Utah State with 1:42 left and neither team scored again until Barcello hit a 3 to make it 68-64 with 27 seconds to go.Alphonso Anderson led Utah State (10-2) with 14 points and Abel Porter scored 13. Anderson and Porter combined to make 11 of 18 (61%) while the rest of the Aggies shot 29.7% (11 of 37). Sam Merrill and Queta added 11 apiece.The Beehive Classic — held annually at Vivint Smart Home Arena, home of the Utah Jazz, since 2017 — drew a record crowd of 14,383. It was announced Wednesday that 2019 would be the final year of the event, a showcase that featured Utah, Utah State, BYU and Weber State, four of Utah’s six Division I programs. Written by Associated Press
Knowledge of complex social issues, such as homelessness,immigration, criminal justice, environmental impacts and/or healthdisparities addressed through non-profit organizations and othernon-governmental organizations (NGOs).Experience working in a public or non-profit agency.Teaching and research experience in government and non-profitfinancial management.Experience working with Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and otherracially minoritized students in the classroom, and anunderstanding of how historical patterns of exclusion of thesegroups within higher education and the field of publicadministration shape patterns of participation and outcomes.Willingness to examine and re-mediate one’s instructional,relational, and classroom practices to more effectively engage andsupport historically underserved students. Compensation: Commensurate with qualifications andexperience. See Benefits Summary for details.Starting Date: August 2021Eligibility: Employment is contingent upon proof ofeligibility to work in the United States.Application Procedure Click Apply Now to complete the SJSUOnline Employment Application and attach the following documents byDecember 5, 2020 : Teach advanced graduate public administration courses,including non-profit management, and other undergraduate politicalscience courses commensurate with the successful applicant’s areaof expertise and department needs.Develop and sustain an ongoing record of research, scholarship,and/or creative activities, as well as other professionalengagement.Participate in shared governance, typically in department,college, university, and other committee assignments.Supervise graduate research projects and provide graduatestudent mentoringDisplay a willingness and ability to work collaboratively withfaculty members in related fields such as Urban Planning, GlobalStudies, Justice Studies, or Environmental Studies oninterdisciplinary projects and curricula.Demonstrate awareness of and experience responding to thestrengths and needs of a student population of great diversity—inage, cultural background, ethnicity, primary language and academicpreparation—through inclusive course materials, teachingstrategies, and advisement. Department SummaryThe Master of Public Administration program at San José StateUniversity seeks qualified candidates for a full-time, tenure-trackposition at the Assistant Professor level with a specialization innon-profit management.The Master of Public Administration (MPA) program is housed in thePolitical Science Department and is an accredited member of theNational Association of Schools of Public Affairs andAdministration (NASPAA). The program includes core courses,advanced seminars, and elective courses from within the program andalso from related fields such as communication studies, politicalscience, and urban planning. MPA graduates become the leaders,managers and analysts in public and non-profit agencies that servethe Silicon Valley’s diverse community. 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Finsbury Food Group is testing technology used in the hunt for Osama Bin Laden to improve its cakes.Lightbody, a subsidiary of the firm, has hooked up with boffins at Strathclyde University and will be using hyperspectral imaging to inspect its cakes.Hyperspectral imaging captures the entire light spectrum and helps to decipher the chemical makeup of the things surveyed. US troops had it mounted on helicopters when they attacked the compound in which Bin Laden was finally found.Using the camera and complex mathematics, researchers can then predict the shelf-life of cakes.Ian Chree, director at Lightbody’s Hamilton site, told The Grocer: “We could potentially allocate a numerical value to the cake eating quality over life. This analysis could prove invaluable.”
This week, multi-talented singer-songwriter Ben Folds and fan-favorite Sacramento alt-rock band CAKE announced that they will be heading out on a co-headlining U.S. tour this summer, with stops scheduled across the East Coast and the Midwest this August.After kicking off in Boston on August 13th, the live pairing of fan-favorite acts from the late 90’s and early 2000’s will hit a string beloved outdoor venues, including Asbury Park, NJ’s Stone Pony Summer Stage; Philadelphia’s The Mann Center; Queens, NY’s Forest Hills Stadium; Columbia, MD’s Merriweather Post Pavillion; Richmond, VA’s Classic Amphitheatre; Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater; Milwaukee, WI’s BMO Harris Bank Center; Indianapolis, IN’s Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn, as well as a stop at Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, IL.As Billboard notes, CAKE’s most recent album, Showroom of Compassion, was released in 2011, while Ben Folds released his latest, So There, in 2015. Boston-based electro-funk duo Tall Heights will be joining as special guest on the 10-date run. For a full list of the upcoming CAKE/Ben Folds co-headlining dates, see below. For more information about the tour, to purchase tickets, or to get more information on the artists’ various upcoming projects, head to Ben Folds’ website (here) or CAKE’s website (here).Ben Folds & CAKE Co-Headlining Summer 2018 Tour Dates[All dates to include special guests Tall Heights]August 13 – Boston, MA @ Blue Hills Bank PavilionAugust 15 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony Summer StageAugust 16 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Mann CenterAugust 17 – Forest Hills, NY @ Forest Hills StadiumAugust 18 – Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post PavilionAugust 19 – Richmond, VA @ Classic AmphitheatreAugust 21 – Nashville, TN @ Ascend AmphitheaterAugust 22 – Highland Park, IL @ Ravinia FestivalAugust 23 – Milwaukee, WI @ BMO Harris Bank CenterAugust 25 – Indianapolis, IN @ Farm Bureau Insurance LawnView All Tour Dates[H/T Billboard]
Question: Who was the first woman to receive an honorary degree from Harvard?Answer: Helen Keller, in 1955Read about Keller’s life of letters and philanthropy.For more information on Harvard’s 375th celebration, visit its website.
continue reading » The transition from high school to college is an exciting change for millions of Americans every year. In a lot of ways, the move symbolizes the transition from childhood to being an adult. There are new responsibilities to take care of, but also new friends to be made and new experiences to be had. For credit unions, a college campus presents a different type of opportunity. While credit union executives are not concerned with rushing sororities, attending football games or cramming for exams as students, they should still see room to grow their organization. A campus gives a credit union the chance to recruit young members and help them become financially independent – a step that could lead to extended loyalty down the road.In the fall of 2014, around 21 million students attended American colleges and universities, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Students can be a valuable resource, and attracting a good handful of them to a credit union will have benefits for years to come. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
He managed the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 70’s and 80’s, and guided the Buccos to a World Series championship in 1979. I grew up a fan of all things Pittsburgh, and I worshipped the Pirates…then known as the Lumber Company.I read an article about Tanner recently. One of the best parts of growing up is learning more about the heroes of your youth. And it is all the sweeter when they turn out to be stand-up guys. In the article, Phil Garner, who played second base for those Pirates, spoke about Tanner.He never met a day he didn’t like, Garner said. His famous deal was you could get beat 15-0 in the worst conditions under the sun -snowing, sleeting and hailing -and he’d come in after the game and say it was great. He’d say, just think what else we could be doing? Nothing else is as good as playing baseball. We’d say, Yeah, right, Chuck, but his attitude permeated everybody’s spirit.Chuck loved life every day. You know when you saw Chuck Tanner there wasn’t going to be any sourpuss. No matter what he was doing in his life, he put it aside and was happy to see you.Just how optimistic was Tanner? During the 1979 World Series, the Pirates fell behind the Baltimore Orioles three games to one. Clearly, the Pirates were in big trouble. Before game five started, Tanner learned that his mother had passed away. She had suffered a stroke weeks earlier, and her health had deteriorated. I can only imagine how he felt. Before the game started, Tanner gathered the team together.My mother was a great Pirates fan, he was reported to have told his team before Game 5. She knows we’re in trouble, so she went upstairs to get some help.The Buccos went on to win three games in a row, and win the World Series. So, here’s to the optimists. Â Here’s to those who let go of the bad, and get to work. So, a question for you all. Â When you hit a rough patch, how do you power through? How do you maintain that positive outlook? 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Anthony Demangone Anthony Demangone is executive vice president and chief operating officer at the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU). Demangone oversees day-to-day operations and manages the association’s education, membership, … Web: https://www.cuinsight.com/partner/nafcu Details It is easy to smile when you’re winning. When the ball bounces your way. Success puts a skip in your step. You have an extra dose of patience, and you glow with self-confidence.Everyone loves being around a winner.But winning streaks end. Bad days are always a part of life, and you’ll have them as a manager.String a few bad days together, and those smiles can be hard to find. That skip in your step? Gone.But not everyone. There are some folks who push through adversity with a smile. It isn’t the smile of ignorance. Rather, it’s the smile of a professional who knows it is time to roll up one’s sleeves and get to work.I’ve always been impressed by leaders who confront those bad days, and simply shrug them off. They let go of the negativity and stress, and focus on fixing the problems before them. Good or bad, these leaders don’t change. That steadiness can serve as a wonderful foundation for the rest of the team.And since it is baseball season, I’ll throw out an old name – Chuck Tanner.
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