Satellite-tracked squid predators and fish-finding acoustics were used to locate squid concentrations at the Antarctic Polar Front, then to sample them with a midwater trawl. Near-surface hauls were dominated by the squid Martialia hyadesi similar in size to those fed to grey-headed albatross chicks. The characteristics of the squid and their proximity to the surface suggest that the birds locate squid concentrations by olfaction and catch them by plunging.
July 16, 2018 /Sports News – Local Weber State Women’s Golf Posts 23rd Best GPA Nationally Tags: Arizona State/Arkansas State/Cincinnati/Denver/East Carolina/Nebraska-Omaha/Rutgers/Seattle U./South Carolina/Stanford/Weber State Women’s Golf FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah-Monday, on a busy day for Weber State athletics, the women’s golf squad found their place in the sun as they earned the 23rd best GPA nationally in Division I per a statement from weberstatesports.com.The 11-player roster amassed a collective GPA of 3.691, placing them 23rd on the 2017-18 All-Scholar Team GPA Award list released by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association.This list annually recognizes the women’s collegiate golf programs with the highest collective team GPA.This includes all of the team’s student-athletes for the 2017-18 season.The top team GPA award was won by the Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks of the Summit League who netted a 3.949 GPA.Rounding out the Top 10 were the Arkansas State Red Wolves, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, the East Carolina Pirates, the Arizona State Sun Devils, the Seattle U. Redhawks, the Cincinnati Bearcats, the South Carolina Gamecocks, the Denver Pioneers and the Stanford Cardinal. Brad James Written by
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The Harvard Graduate School of Education is pleased to announce that 20 Harvard College seniors have been selected as the first cohort of Harvard Teachers Fellows (HTF) — an innovative program designed to create pathways for Harvard College undergraduates to enter a teaching career.“I am absolutely delighted to welcome these 20 fellows to the HGSE community. As Harvard undergraduates, these students could choose any career path imaginable. They have chosen teaching, and, to me, there is no higher calling,” said Dean James Ryan. “I am both deeply thankful for their commitment to this work and incredibly excited to have them all as part of our inaugural class. I have no doubt that they, alongside Harvard Teacher Fellows Program alumni for years to come, will have a powerful impact on the lives of students. And I hope that their example inspires others at Harvard, across the Ivy League, and beyond to follow in their footsteps and to choose teaching as a career.”The program, designed by HGSE faculty experts in teaching and learning, was created in response to the growing interest in education among Harvard undergraduates. It was also designed to respond to the need for more well-prepared teachers by drawing Harvard undergraduates into the teaching profession. Read Full Story
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