A CLARE teenager who was missing from her home in Shannon has been found safe and well.Carla O’Connor had been reported missing this week after she was last seen in the vicinity of a Limerick Shopping Centre.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up However, after a number of days and public appeals, Gardai in Thursday night stood down their alert after the 16-year-old was found safe and well in the city. Facebook Previous articlePledge to have no more than eight patients on trolleysNext articleMary’s little glimpse of hell Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Advertisement Linkedin WhatsApp Email Print Twitter NewsBreaking newsMissing Clare teen found safe and wellBy Staff Reporter – December 3, 2015 540
Oslo-listed SeaBird Exploration has signed a partnership agreement with Norway’s MultiClient Geophysical (MCG) to conduct a 6,000km multi-client 2D Deep Imaging Campaign on the Norwegian continental shelf, including cross-border lines to UK continental shelf.Harrier Explorer; Source: SeaBirdSeaBird informed on Monday that the acquiring vessel will tow a single 12,000-meter streamer with a powerful source, to image the oceanic and continental crust, for new conceptual geological understanding and improved interpretation of large-scale tectonics.For this survey, which is estimated to have a duration of approximately two months, the Harrier Explorer vessel will be used. With this, Seabird has three vessels booked for most of the third quarter.This leads to an enhanced understanding of the regional geology and may reveal new play models, the company explained.According to SeaBird, the survey is cash neutral through pre-funding and cost recovery. SeaBird will be entitled to 50% of all future revenue stemming from sales of the acquired data.
The Center for Excellence in Teaching hosted a seminar Monday to inform graduate students about teaching strategies and time management.Making the Transition from Graduate Student to Professor, held at Doheny Memorial Library, focused on necessary preparations for graduate students interested in becoming professors.Prepared · Michal Temkin Martinez, a USC alumna and recently hired professor at Boise State University, spoke about her transition to teaching on Monday. – Priyanka Patel | Daily TrojanMichal Temkin Martinez, a USC alumna and a newly appointed professor at Boise State University, said her path to success in teaching was knowing her expectations, documenting her progress and making sure she balanced activities in three areas: teaching, research and service.“Colleges actually have very specific guidelines — make sure you know what is expected of you and be aware of the policies that are going to affect you for tenure and promotion,” Martinez said. “I actually have two friends who were denied tenure because they were promised things but didn’t get it in writing.”Martinez said some of the challenges of being a professor include whether to accept students’ friend requests on Facebook and applying for tenure“You’ll need to make a decision about whether or not you add students and colleagues to your social network,” Martinez said. “I was really conflicted about it — I ended up making a second Facebook profile.”Jeff Laguna, a graduate student and teaching assistant studying gerontology, said the most rewarding part of the presentation was the reassurance that a teaching position isn’t out of reach.“I’m a little nervous because it’s going to be about a year before I have to make this transition,” Laguna said. “Martinez’s story lets us know that it can be done — she’s a recent USC grad working at her dream job.”