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Parks, professor emeritus of electrical and computer engineering, was honored for "contributions to digital filter design, fast computation of Fourier transforms and education." Parks' research interests include design of multirate signal processing systems, time-frequency signal analysis, and detection and classification of marine mammal sounds. He is a life fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and a recipient of the IEEE Jack S. Kilby Gold Medal for his work on interpolation and the Parks-McClellan algorithm.

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75. We cannot ignore the fact that in cities human trafficking, the narcotics trade, the abuse and exploitation of minors, the abandonment of the elderly and infirm, and various forms of corruption and criminal activity take place. At the same time, what could be significant places of encounter and solidarity often become places of isolation and mutual distrust. Houses and neighbourhoods are more often built to isolate and protect than to connect and integrate. The proclamation of the Gospel will be a basis for restoring the dignity of human life in these contexts, for Jesus desires to pour out an abundance of life upon our cities (cf. Jn 10:10). The unified and complete sense of human life that the Gospel proposes is the best remedy for the ills of our cities, even though we have to realize that a uniform and rigid program of evangelization is not suited to this complex reality. But to live our human life to the fullest and to meet every challenge as a leaven of Gospel witness in every culture and in every city will make us better Christians and bear fruit in our cities.

78. Today we are seeing in many pastoral workers, including consecrated men and women, an inordinate concern for their personal freedom and relaxation, which leads them to see their work as a mere appendage to their life, as if it were not part of their very identity. At the same time, the spiritual life comes to be identified with a few religious exercises which can offer a certain comfort but which do not encourage encounter with others, engagement with the world or a passion for evangelization. As a result, one can observe in many agents of evangelization, even though they pray, a heightened individualism, a crisis of identity and a cooling of fervour. These are three evils which fuel one another.

203. The dignity of each human person and the pursuit of the common good are concerns which ought to shape all economic policies. At times, however, they seem to be a mere addendum imported from without in order to fill out a political discourse lacking in perspectives or plans for true and integral development. How many words prove irksome to this system! It is irksome when the question of ethics is raised, when global solidarity is invoked, when the distribution of goods is mentioned, when reference in made to protecting labour and defending the dignity of the powerless, when allusion is made to a God who demands a commitment to justice. At other times these issues are exploited by a rhetoric which cheapens them. Casual indifference in the face of such questions empties our lives and our words of all meaning. Business is a vocation, and a noble vocation, provided that those engaged in it see themselves challenged by a greater meaning in life; this will enable them truly to serve the common good by striving to increase the goods of this world and to make them more accessible to all.

Running can also be used to develop your anaerobic capacity in addition to your aerobic capacity. When running, it is important to focus on keeping your heart rate at anaerobic levels rather than just aerobic levels. Without getting too scientific, anaerobic exercise is high-intensity exercise where oxygen levels are depleted at the cellular level. A short foot pursuit, a jump over a fence, and a fight for your life are anaerobic actions. Running sprint intervals is a way to develop your anaerobic capacity. Aerobic capacity is also an important conditioning need. During aerobic exercises, such as slow jogging for long periods of time, oxygen is used to produce energy. Improving your anaerobic capacity and your aerobic capacity not only improves your performance, but more importantly, improves your overall cardiovascular health.

Mathieu, running the third leg of the relay, helped the Bahamas to outlast the U.S. with a time of 2:56.72 - a national record for the Bahamas. The U.S. finished second to win silver with a time of 2:57.05"He is just always steady," Texas Tech head track and field coach Wes Kittley said. "It's just phenomenal. I'm so proud of him. He is a school record and now a gold medalist in the Olympics."Former Lady Raider Shereefa Lloyd helped the Jamaican women's 4x400 relay team qualify for the finals earlier Friday with a fourth place finish in the preliminaries. The finals are scheduled for Saturday at 2:25 p.m.The gold is the first in school history for a former track and field athlete, and the second for Mathieu as he helped guide the Bahamas to a silver medal in 2008 at the Beijing Olympics.Former Lady Raider Sally Kipyego won silver last week in the women's 10,000-meter run before narrowly medaling again with a fourth place finish in the finals of the 5,000-meter run Friday.Mathieu and the Bahamas qualified for the finals of the men's 4x400 relay Thursday as the team first in the preliminaries with a time of 2:58.87. He also advanced to the semifinals of the men's 200-meter dash this week before being disqualified for a false-start on Wednesday.At Tech, Mathieu helped to set the current school record in the 4x400 relay with a time of 3:01.69 during the 2005 season and was a three-time All-American Aug. 10, 2012 Kipyego Finishes Fourth in Olympic 5k Finals LONDON - Former Lady Raider great Sally Kipyego finished fourth in the finals of the women's 5,000-meter run Friday in her final race at the 2012 London Olympics. The Kenyan native crossed the finish line with a time of 15:05.79, just over a second-and-a-half behind gold medalist Meseret Defar of Ethiopia."It's just been a fabulous performance by her in her first Olympics," Texas Tech head track and field coach Wes Kittley said. "I'm just incredibly proud of her to get a silver in the 10,000-meter and to finish fourth in the 5,000-meter today."Kipyego qualified for the finals of the 5,000-meter run after finishing with a time of 15:01.87 Tuesday in the preliminaries at Olympic Stadium. Friday's final came exactly one week after she won silver in the finals of the 10,000-meter run.With her silver medal performance last week, she became the fourth Texas Tech track and field product to medal in the Olympics since 2008.During her unprecedented career at Texas Tech which spanned just two-and-a-half years from 2006-09, Kipyego captured nine national titles in track and field and cross country. She ended her athletic career as the most decorated student-athlete in Texas Tech history while earning a nursing degree in the spring of 2009.Kipyego has been a member of the Oregon Track Club Elite since the fall of 2009. Aug. 9, 2012 Mathieu Helps Guide Bahamian 4x400 to Top Qualifying Time LONDON - Former Red Raider Michael Mathieu helped guide the Bahamian 4x400 relay team to the top qualifying time Thursday at the 2012 London Olympics.Mathieu, running the third leg of the relay, and the Bahamians finished first in their heat and first overall with a season-best time of 2:58.87. The finals of the men's 4x400 relay are scheduled for Friday at 3:20 p.m. (CT).The three-time All-American at Texas Tech was a member of the 2008 Bahamian 4x400 relay team that won silver at the Beijing Olympics with a time of 2:58.03.Mathieu advanced to the semifinals of the men's 200-meter dash this week in London before being disqualified for a false-start on Wednesday.At Tech, Mathieu helped to set the school record in the 4x400 relay with a time of 3:01.69 during the 2005 season. The record still stands today. Aug. 8, 2012 Mathieu Disqualified From Men's 200-Meter Dash LONDON - Former Red Raider Michael Mathieu was disqualified from the semifinal of the men's 200-meter dash Wednesday afternoon at the 2012 Summer Olympics.Mathieu, in lane two, flinched and stuttered forward prior to the sounding of the start gun forcing the disqualification.According to the International Association of Athletics Federation, which oversees the track and field events at the 2012 Olympics, an athlete is disqualified for a false start only if their hands leave the track or their feet leave the starting blocks prior to the sounding of the start gun.The rule was modified shortly before the 2012 Olympic Games to allow for more movement.Mathieu qualified for the semifinals of the 200-meter dash after finishing third in his heat during the first round of competition on Tuesday with a time of 20.62.During his career at Texas Tech Mathieu earned All-America honors three times and helped to set the school record in the 4x400 relay in 2005.Mathieu won silver at the 2008 Beijing Olympics as a member of the Bahamian 4x400 relay team. Aug. 7, 2012 Kipyego, Mathieu Both Advance Tuesday in London LONDON - Former Lady Raider Sally Kipyego finished third in her heat in the women's 5,000-meter run and Michael Mathieu finished third his heat of the men's 200-meter dash Tuesday morning as both advanced at the 2012 London Olympics.Kipyego crossed the line with a time of 15:01.87 to secure her spot in Friday's final scheduled for 2:05 p.m. (CT). She will be now be seeking her second medal of the 2012 Olympic Games after earning silver in the 10,000-meter run last week.Mathieu meanwhile finished the 200-meter dash with a time of 20.62 and will compete in the semifinals scheduled for Wednesday at 2:10 p.m.Former Red Raider Shane Brathwaite also competed Tuesday morning but faltered in the men's 110-meter hurdles after missing on the opening hurdle and did not finish the race.Tuesday marked Mathieu's second appearance at the Olympic Games as he earned a silver medal in 2008 as a member of the Bahamian 4x400 relay team alongside former Red Raider Andrae Williams.Mathieu was a three-time All-American during his Red Raider career which spanned from 2005-06.Brathwaite entered the Olympics fresh off of his senior campaign at Texas Tech this spring in which he earned first team All-American honors at the 2012 NCAA Outdoor Championships. There, he finished seventh overall in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 13.93.Brathwaite recorded a personal-best time of 13.31 shortly after ending his senior campaign at Tech at the North American, Central American and Caribbean Under-23 Championships where he captured gold. Aug. 6, 2012 U.S. Olympian Young Finishes 18th in Qualifying Round LONDON - Jason Young's Olympic journey came to a close early Monday morning as the former Red Raider finished 18th in the qualifying round of the men's discus throw.Young, competing for the United States, finished the opening round of competition with a best throw of 62.18-meters (204'-0"). He recorded the mark on his opening attempt before fouling on his final two throws.The opening throw was good enough to place Young eighth overall after the first flight of 20 throwers, however he couldn't maintain his spot in the top-12 who advance to Tuesday's final in London.Young became the first Red Raider to qualify for Team USA since Jonathan Johnson in 2004 after finishing third at the U.S. trials in June.During his decorated Red Raider career, Young twice earned All-America honors and was the 2004 NCAA runner-up in the men's discus throw. In 2010, he climbed as high as No. 2 in the world rankings after recording a personal-best mark of 69.90-meters at the Texas Tech Open meet in Lubbock.Texas Tech qualified seven former track and field athletes for the 2012 London Olympics and has already been well represented as former Lady Raider Sally Kipyego earned a silver medal for Kenya in the women's 10,000-meter run Friday. The nine-time NCAA Champion is scheduled to compete in the semifinals of the women's 5,000-meter run Tuesday at 2:05 p.m.Former Red Raiders Shane Brathwaite (110mH) and Michael Mathieu (200-meters) are also scheduled to compete Tuesday. Aug. 5, 2012 Young Set For Olympic Debut Men's Discus Live Stream LUBBOCK - Former Texas Tech student-athlete Jason Young is set to make his Olympic debut early Monday morning when he competes for the United States in the men's discus throw in London.Young, who was a two-time All-American and the 2004 NCAA runner-up, will compete at 4 a.m. (CT) in the qualifying round."You never know what's going to happen in the meet," Young said shortly after arriving in London. "But I'm going to be as ready as I possibly can be."After finishing third at the U.S. Olympic trials in June, Young became the first Texas Tech product to qualify for the U.S. team since Jonathan Johnson qualified in the 800-meter run in 2004. He qualified with a toss of 62.15 meters (203'-11").Young, who trains in Lubbock, was ranked No. 2 in the world in 2010 after recording a personal-best throw of 69.90-meter (229'-4") at the Texas Tech Open meet. He will enter Monday's qualifying round with a season-best mark of 65.28-meters (214'-2").Texas Tech has already been well represented at the 2012 London Olympics as former Lady Raider Sally Kipyego earned a silver medal in the women's 10,000-meter run Friday with a personal-best time of 30:26.37.Young is among seven former Texas Tech student athletes who qualified for the 2012 Olympic Games. Aug. 3, 2012 Kipyego Captures Silver in London LONDON - Sally Kipyego 041b061a72


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