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The Pulsar Search Collaboratory (PSC) is a collaboration between the Green Bank Observatory and West Virginia University, funded by the National Science Foundation. The PSC program is currently expanding nationwide and engages high school students, teachers, and undergraduate mentors in real-world research by searching for pulsars in data collected with the 100-m Green Bank Telescope. In the process, students learn about observational radio astronomy, radio frequency interference, pulsararXiv:1909.05104v1 fatcat:dapo6raznvhdfcly2wln6xevea
more »... and data analysis procedures. The primary goals of the PSC are to stimulate student interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) careers, to prepare teachers in implementing authentic research with students by training them within a professional scientific community, and to promote student use of information technologies through online activities and workshops. In this paper, we provide an overview of pulsar science and the data analysis students undertake, as well as a general overview of the program. We then discuss evaluation data collected from participants through a series of survey questions to determine if the program's initial goals were met. The program had a positive impact on the students according to multiple measures, in particular, on their understanding of the nature of scientific inquiry and motivation to pursue STEM career paths.
We investigated the risk of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)- patients transmitting severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) to emergency medical service (EMS) providers, stratified by aerosol-generating procedures (AGP), in King County, Washington, USA, during February 16-July 31, 2020. We conducted a retrospective cohort investigation using a statewide COVID-19 registry and identified 1,115 encounters, 182 with ≥1 AGP. Overall, COVID-19 incidence among EMS personnel was 0.57doi:10.3201/eid2709.210363 pmid:34197282 pmcid:PMC8386780 fatcat:qjj2lfdpsnaerfmjgcziwh7rki
more »... infections/10,000 person-days. Incidence per 10,000 person-days did not differ whether or not infection was attributed to a COVID-19 patient encounter (0.28 vs. 0.59; p>0.05). The 1 case attributed to a COVID-19 patient encounter occurred within an at-risk period and involved an AGP. We observed a very low risk for COVID-19 infection attributable to patient encounters among EMS first responders, supporting clinical strategies that maintain established practices for treating patients in emergency conditions.
Tait's Edinburgh Magazine
A mob seized Aubrey, and soon “ Judge Lynch ! Judge Lynch !” was passed from mouth to mouth. ... two worthy colleagues had started a gambling-house on their own account; that his friend had cheated Aubrey of every shilling he possessed, and that Aubrey had deliberately, but unsuccessfully, attempted ...
Uniform with “‘ Aubrey Beardsley.’’ Foolscap 4to, $1.25 net. By GORDON CRAIG. A BOOK OF WOOD CUTS. Uniform with “ Aubrey Beardsley.’ 4to, $1.25 net. OTHER POPULAR BOOKS. ... The STOLEN STORY and other Newspaper Stories by JESSE LYNCH WILLIAMS Author of “Princeton Stories” Price $1.25 CHARLES SCRIBNER’S SONS For Sale Everywhere t f il fy abe f i payable in instalments. ...
Daly, i960 Aubrey Lauterstein, i960 Peter A. Wlodkowski, 1961 Joseph S. Lebow, 1962 Louis Lebow, 1961 O. E. Scott, 1962 Edward H. Serr, 1961 Jack Tatelman, i960 Randall L. ... Lynch, Chairman, 1961 Henry H. Leib, Vice-Chairman, 196a Irving J. Altheim, 1960 Frank Bezkostny, 1962 John C. Corrigan, i960 William d’Autremont, 196a Sherman P. ...
Eklund, 1963 Aubrey Lauterstein, 1963 Joseph S. Lebow, 1963 Louis Lebow, 1961 Robert H. Mathias, 1963 Edward H. Serr, 1961 John G. Sipple, 1963 Karl E. von der Heydt, 1961 Peter A. ... Lynch, President O. E. Scott, President-Elect Rudolph U. Grieff, Vice-President Robert F. Tuck, Secretary Paul Kanchier, Treasurer Charles P. Cosgrove, 1963 Arthur M. Duxler, 1961 Harold H. ...
Macaire and Landry are suspected, and in the last scene, while they are protesting their innocence, on springs the canine detec- tive, who, recognising no law but lynch law, fastens upon the red pad that ... Aubrey has a fine Newfoundland dog, which attends him wherever he goes, but which the villains have enticed from his side and tied to a tree, while they have committed the crime. ...
A year spent at the Maudsley Hospital and the Institute of Psychiatry in London, during the reign of the formidable Aubrey Lewis, added to Lynch's training before he was appointed RMS of St Otteran's Hospital ... on January 6, 2005 of Thomas Lynch, the first Professor of Psychiatry at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. ...doi:10.1017/s079096670000879x fatcat:73ygzj4wrvgdznrlsu2i2zkwsm
Journal of the American College of Dentists
(Navy—regular, retired) Lynch, Ambrose H., ’32, 511 Westminster St., Providence, R. I. Lynch, Daniel Francis, ’37, 1678 Primrose Road, N.W., Washington, D. C. ... Martin, Aubrey, Lee, ’29, 1704 Medical Dental Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Martin, Bernard A., ’47, 1018 Hume Mansur Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. Mason, Arnold D. A., ’31, 7 Schofield Ave., Toronto, Canada ...
Journal of the American College of Dentists
(Navy—regular) Lynch, Ambrose H., ’32, 511 Westminster St., Providence, R. I. Lynch, Daniel Francis, 37, Washington, D. C. (In service—Navy) Lynn, Cleo B., ’40, 1012 Norwood Bldg., Austin 16, Tex. ... Martin, Aubrey Lee, ’29, 1704 Medical Dental Bldg., Seattle 1, Wash. Mason, Arnold D. A., ’31, 7 Schofield Ave., Toronto, Canada Mason, Richard Holmes, ’31, 1005 Persons Bldg., Macon, Ga. ...
Lynch, ‘A Terminus ante quem for the Commentary of Alexander of Hales,’ FRANCISCAN StupiEs, x, 1 (March 1950), 46-68. 50), Harold Orel, ‘He is Meek and He is Mild: English and Russian Saints,’ MopERN LANGUAGE ... Zimmermann, “The Regula Magistri: The Primitive Rule of St Benedict,’ AmERI- cAN BENEDICTINE Review, I, 1 (April 1950), 11-36. sa SCIENCE arch Aubrey Dillon, ‘Julian of Ascalon on Strabo and the Stade, ...
The Eclectic Review
Lynch:— Heart of Clirist, 2*33. Sir Aubrey dr V(Te :— Martha and Mary, 231. Petnireh, translation by Campbell:— Sonnet, 351. ... Sir Aubrey do Vito, 255. Symbolism in Ministerial Dress, 259. ‘Saturday Ri'view’ afraid of Congre¬ gationalism, 265. Scherer, M. Edmund, quoted, 311. State, Influence of the, 315. ...
The Catholic Historical Review
In the College cloisters lie buried the Irish Dominican Bishop, Dominic Burke, and the famous annalist, Brother Michael O’Clery; also Major Lynch, of the Lynches of Galway. SALAMANCA. ... is buried in the Church of San Pietro in Montorio, Rome; after her husband’s deah in 1608 she left Rome for Flan- ders, and later married Owen Roe O’Neill, for whom a worthy dirge has been penned by Aubrey ...
Technical Book Review Index
D., 246 Milnes, Arthur George, 234 Milton, Katharine, 255 Milunsky, Aubrey, 302 Milunsky, Aubrey. ... ., and others, 329 Lynch, David K., 87 Lynch, Edward P., 312 Lye, Keith, 45 Lynch, Barbara S., & Chapman, C. F., 352 Lynch, Philip F., 75 Lynden-Bell, D. See Fall, S. ...
The Catholic Historical Review
In the College cloisters lie buried the Irish Dominican Bishop, Dominic Burke, and the famous annalist, Brother Michael O’Clery; also Major Lynch, of the Lynches of Galway. ... is buried in the Church of San Pietro in Montorio, Rome; after her husband’s deah in 1608 she left Rome for Flan- ders, and later married Owen Roe O’Neill, for whom a worthy dirge has been penned by Aubrey ...
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