The NERC Science Information Strategy Data Citation and Publication project aims to develop and formalise a method for formally citing and publishing the datasets stored in its environmental data centres. It is believed that this will act as an incentive for scientists, who often invest a great deal of effort in creating datasets, to submit their data to a suitable data repository where it can properly be archived and curated. Data citation and publication will also provide a mechanism for data producers to receive credit for their work, thereby encouraging them to share their data more freely.
Parents from around the country traveled to Saint Mary’s this weekend to spend time with their daughters for the annual First Year Parent’s Weekend.Parents received an invitation to the weekend in December for this year’s event, which had the theme of Winter.The schedule was planned by the first year class council, including class representatives Kassy Acosta and Michelle Lester, with the assistance of Karen Johnson, vice president of student affairs, and Jennifer Terry, executive administrative assistant for student affairs.First Year Parent’s Weekend is an important event for the class of 2020 because this is many first years’ first time being away from family for so long. According to Acosta,parents were able to give input on what events they wanted to see during the weekend through Facebook and email.The weekend kicked off with a reception Friday evening, where freshmen and their parents received gift bags with mugs. Most of the day Saturday was taken up by bowling, go-karts and mini golf at the Strikes & Spares Entertainment Center in Mishawaka. “For a lot of girls, this will be the only time that they get to share the campus and South Bend community with their parents,” Lester said.Later in the day, parents and students attended a workshop put on by the College’s Career Crossings Office titled “Surviving Sophomore Year,” which aims to help students plan for their second year, when students declare a major and discern their career. A Mass in the Church of Loretto on Saint Mary’s campus was also offered Saturday.Saturday concluded with a cocktail reception and dinner at the Gillespie Center, which College President Jan Cervelli attended. The reception also included a photo booth.“That’s what most of our work has went towards, planning, so I’m just glad we’ll get to see it all planned out,” Lester said.According to Acosta, First-Year Parents Weekend was a chance for students to show their parents what life is like at the College.“Parents weekend is important,” she said. “It allows the students to show their parents what they have accomplished here at Saint Mary’s.”Tags: First Year Parents’ Weekend, Jan Cervelli, parents
But it has a decent size kitchen. Picture: realestate.com.auA basic two-bedroom unit at 5/12 Leonard Ave, Surfers Paradise with a single carport also has perks such as access to the complex pool.SUNSHINE COASTOn average around the Sunny Coast you can pick up a two-bedroom townhouse within price range with a car spot, like this one at 5/31 Baden Powell St, Maroochydore.A modern apartment for $350 a week at 5/31 Baden Powell St, Maroochydore. Picture: realestate.com.auThe townhouse is walking distance to the Ocean Street Precinct.CHARTERS TOWERSInland northern Queensland generally sees the dollars stretch further in the housing market, meaning you can squeeze five bedrooms out of $350 west of Townsville.House for rent Mosman at Charters Towers. Plenty of deck space at Mosman for $350 a week. Picture: realestate.com.auOpen decks, airconditioning and a swimming pool make it a very relaxing retreat, and you won’t have many neighbours to worry about. A two-bedroom unit is for rent at 4/20 Bowen St, New Farm. Picture: realestate.com.auWHAT can rent you a mansion in one suburb, can get you something little more than a walk in wardrobe in another.The cost of renting in Queensland is as varied as the landscape, with a massive homestead in one spot costing the same as a cramped unit somewhere else.The Courier-Mail has taken a deep dive into the property to see just how far $350 a week will go in today’s rental market and it comes as no surprise that those looking for a good bang for their buck might have to venture away from the big cities to find their luxurious family home.BRISBANERight in the heart of chic inner-city suburb of New Farm $350 will rent you a two-bedroom unit at 4/20 Bowen St. The unit in an art deco building has a secure lock up garage. There is a separate lounge and dining area.4/20 Bowen St, New Farm. Picture: realestate.com.auIf those bragging rights aren’t worth sacrificing on space, most inner Brisbane suburbs can give you an extra bedroom within the $350 price range, or if you don’t mind living out of the city centre, you can pick up a family home in Wacol in Brisbane’s west without breaking the bank.For the same money you can rent a three-bedroom house at 27 Palmer Crescent Wacol. Picture: realestate.com.auThe home at 27 Palmer Crescent, has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a massive deck.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoGOLD COASTIf you hunt hard enough it is possible to squeeze a two bedder out of $350 in the centre of the Gold Coast, amid the glitz of the Surfers Paradise Glitter Strip.The view’s not fantastic for $350 a week at 5/12 Leonard Ave, Surfers Paradise. Picture: realestate.com.au
Kayla Treanor has played just three games in her college career. She knows, her teammates know and her head coach knows the season is still young. Her career is just beginning.But as a part of a highly regarded Syracuse attack, the freshman has shown flashes that she could be SU’s next offensive star.Syracuse’s roster features 2012 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Attacker of the Year Michelle Tumolo, as well as Alyssa Murray, who led the nation in goals (74) and points (105) last year. But Treanor has meshed well with the established veterans and made her presence felt.“She really doesn’t play like a freshman,” Tumolo said. “I know when I was a freshman, I was certainly nervous. But she’s taken that role very well and I think she’s going to be a great. She already is a great asset to the team, but she’s only going to go up from here. She’s going to be dangerous.”With Tumolo suspended for the season-opener against Jacksonville on Jan. 13, Treanor scored five goals in her debut. She followed that with a pair of two-goal performances against then-No. 4 Maryland and No. 8 Virginia. Against UVA, she started a four-goal streak for the Orange that brought SU from an 8-5 deficit to a 9-8 lead. She scored the game-winner with 4:56 to play in the 10-9 victory.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTreanor said she’s glad to have the experience of playing two top-10 teams in the Carrier Dome under her belt, and credits her teammates for her early success.“We’re a really good team and all the players make everybody look good,” Treanor said. “It’s easy for somebody to look good. It’s still really early in the season, so I’m getting comfortable.”Because the season is just three games old, Treanor knows she has to find her role. She currently starts on the right side of the SU offense, often playing behind the cage, opposite Tumolo.In Tumolo’s absence against Jacksonville, Syracuse head coach Gary Gait ran more plays for Treanor. Gait said she was patient and likely responded a little bit to not having Tumolo on the field. Against Maryland, Treanor was hesitant after being called for charging, Gait said.These are the natural highs and lows expected from a young player.“She’ll get some more opportunities and she’ll step up her game,” Gait said. “We need a balanced offense. I think if we get more people scoring and more people taking risks, we’ll be in great shape. But she needs to be a little bit more aggressive. She’s capable of going to the net a little bit more.”While Treanor contributes, she’s also learning. She watches Tumolo and Murray every morning during practice – the way they make dodges, how they finish their shots and how to work behind the net, all of which will make her a better goal-scorer.“I try and learn something every day from them,” Treanor said. “They’re two of the best players in the country, so if I can learn anything from them, I try to do that.”SU assistant coach Katie Rowan holds the career points record at Syracuse with 396, a perhaps unattainable feat for anyone else. Tumolo is projected to finish her career as third on the Syracuse career points list and fifth in goals, but she’s already talking about her freshman teammate making a run at her marks.“She has the confidence,” Tumolo said. “I think I’ve tried to give her all the confidence and advice I could give her, but I definitely think that she’s going to have a huge year every single year here. She’s going to be breaking records and she’s definitely going to be coming after my records.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 26, 2013 at 11:52 pm Contact Josh: [email protected]