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SCORE Summer Undergraduate Research Assistantships 2018
SCORE is providing summer funding for summer undergraduate research assistantships to five students, from all four institutions in the University of Illinois system. The summer research funding is provided through a consortium of 14 U.S. universities and is to support the research of undergraduate summer research assistants and to encourage undergraduate research.
PAST U.S. SUMMER UNIVERSITY RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP PROJECTSAWARD DISTRIBUTION
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA2013 Summer Research Assistant Project: Under the guidance of a member of the faculty from Cumberland County Community College, underclassmen with the instructor will research archaeological material recovered from a prehistoric excavation on campus.
HILLSDALE COLLEGE, PENNSYLVANIA2013 Summer Research Assistant Project: Under the guidance of a member of the faculty from Hillsdale College, the students will work with a dinosaur exhibit at the Hillsdale Natural History Museum and help the curators organize and prepare dinosaur fossils that will be on display for future visitors.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHAMPAIGN2013 Summer Research Assistant Project: The working arrangement with a member of the faculty from the University of Illinois at Champaign is to support the work of undergraduates who conduct research with fly species contained in University of Illinois Insect Collection.
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT SOMESCONNECTING UNIVERSITY2013 Summer Research Assistant Project: On campus, the research project will be between an undergraduate and an instructor that includes analyzing museum collections and may lead to the identification of new species of butterflies.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHAMPAIGN2013 Summer Research Assistant Project: The working arrangement with a member of the faculty from the University of Illinois at Champaign is to support the work of undergraduates who conduct research with several different species of insects.1. Field of the Invention
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Why is my SPF record returning ‘Rejected’?
I’m trying to get SPF working on a domain I have, however it keeps rejecting the IP address of the server for reasons I can’t comprehend.
This is my SPF record in the DNS:
v=spf1 mx -all
My SPF records test in the ‘My Domains’ section of the SPF Checker on Google:
and the SPF record in the DNS editor:
Why is it still getting rejected?
I had a look at the “My Domains” test. It looks like the “All” option there means “all domains, regardless of what the SPF records are” (mapped to v=spf1 mx -all). If your SPF records test fine without the “All” option, it means “all domains, regardless of SPF records”.
So the reason for the rejection is not that SPF rejections are wrong, but that you have different SPF records for different names.
Note that there is a difference between “this SPF record is fine” and “this SPF record is fine, regardless of any other SPF records”.
How can I detect when a 401 response is being sent from a server?
I’m trying to write a WordPress plugin that pulls in some user-specific content from a third-party API. For example, a user might enable user-specific content for their bank balance, but maybe not for their age or other private information.
The request data isn’t really sensitive, but I’m using SSL, which might cause some problems with some people.
I’m using WP_HTTP_CALLBACK to detect when I need to start clearing the headers and content when a response fails. I also want to detect it so I can start running a quick text-based dialog that asks if the user wants to take their bank balance off their site.
The problem is, I can’t seem to detect an SSL-related HTTP response. I can see, via Firefox’s HTTP headers view,