Posts Tagged ‘yale’

Training Calendar | Research Data Support

September 16, 2017

http://researchdata.yale.edu/training-calendarthe Research Data Support website has published a unified calendar for data and research skills training provided by the Library, Center for Research Computing, Medical Library, and Center for Teaching and Learning.

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Using Mobile Devices With Workday | Workday@Yale Training

August 27, 2017

http://workday.training.yale.edu/training-materials/using-mobile-devices-workday
iphone app appears to work….

Pools in the New Haven Area

August 27, 2017

Notes on local INDOOR swimming pools:

* Cheshire Community Pool
Great pool, lots of room, pay per swim
http://www.cheshirect.org/recreation-and-leisure/community-pool/

* JCC of Greater New Haven
Membership for this pool? ~$30 for adults?
(allows 1-day visiting swim w/o membership)
A bit crowded during open swim.
https://www.jccnh.org
JCC is located at 360 Amity Road, Woodbridge, CT.

* Soundview (Branford) YMCA Pool
Requires a membership, but it has two pools and usually a lot of space http://www.cccymca.org/locations/soundview/

* Hamden Hall’s pool
Only open for HH affiliated people or for large group bookings

* Small pool (~15 yds) at the Guilford Racquet and Swim club https://www.guilfordracquet.com/page.lasso?p=content-swim
other than this, there is no public pool in Guilford

* Yale Swimming Pool
Requires a membership, but the third
floor pool is usually pretty spacious (50 LCM) and doesn’t use as much chlorine as other pools (it uses UV light instead)

Farm in Hamden

August 21, 2017

Job Posting for Exec. Dir. of Ctr. for Biomed. DataSci

August 2, 2017

New job post @YaleMed http://APPLY.interfolio.com/43598 Exec. Director for the Center for Biomedical #DataScience, an “ambassador” for this new field!

10 Places With Spectacular Views Of This Summer’s Total Solar Eclipse

August 1, 2017

How far are you from…spots to watch the #Eclipse?
https://www.buzzfeed.com/zahrahirji/spectacular-views-of-the-eclipse Does anyone know what we’ll see in CT on 8/21? A partial one?

QT:{{”
“The zone of totality is about 70 miles wide and stretches diagonally across the middle of the country from Oregon to South Carolina. Hundreds of towns and cities in 12 states fall fully within the zone. And the closer you are to the zone’s center, the longer the full eclipse will last. While the maximum possible duration of the full eclipse is about 2 minutes and 40 seconds, the partial eclipse will last upward of two hours in most places nationwide.”
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DataScience related courses at Yale

July 27, 2017

The Research Data Consultation Group (http://researchdata.yale.edu/) has considered aggregating data science training information into a unified calendar.

Also, there’s an instruction calendar at the library
(http://csssi.yale.edu/instruction/workshop-and-instruction-calendar)

netid lookup

June 2, 2017

http://directory.yale.edu/?queryType=field&netid=

example

http://directory.yale.edu/?queryType=field&netid=mg269

Watch a Mortified Demolition Crew Accidentally Tear Down the Wrong Building

May 28, 2017

Lucky this didn’t happen @Yale
(https://twitter.com/markgerstein/status/868992565131046912) A Crew Accidentally Tears Down the Building Next Door
http://GizModo.com/watch-a-mortified-demolition-crew-accidentally-tear-dow-1795462647

Time-lapse video of the demolition of the Gibbs Building

May 28, 2017

Big changes right next store, on Science Hill @Yale
https://www.YouTube.com/watch?v=hbMwpS7JKSQ #Timelapse video of the demolition of the Gibbs Building