Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Getting a search to work
Thanks, Jack. Turns out the fellow (Steve Schulz)
was the strength coach at Stanford, but got his
masters in exercise science from somewhere in the
Hmm. You'd think Santa Clara would have such a
program. I'll check the links you were kind enough
to uncover for me. (02)
Jack Park wrote: (03)
> This page
> lists graduate programs in Exercise Science.
> Stanford is not on the list.
> OTOH, Cal State Chico isn't listed either, but it has one.
> At 03:34 PM 8/23/2002 -0700, you wrote:
> >As promised, here is the latest search I'm doing
> >in which looking for terms isn't narrowing things
> >down a whole lot. (Because concrete examples
> >make good use cases.)
> >The goal:
> > Find a link to the Stanford University Department
> > of Exercise Science. (I saw where someone got
> > a masters in it, I'm interested in investigating the
> > program.)
> >Google: stanford exercise science
> > 102,000 hits. Everybody and anybody doing anything
> > remotely related to exercise, with a mention of
> > Stanford somewhere in the paper.
> >Google: stanford "exercise science" program
> > 1,540 hits. All about different exercise programs,
> > citing credentials or information from stanford.
> >Google: stanford "exercise science" department
> > 1,270 hits. Mostly with people who's credentials
> > cite a degree from that department.
> >Google: Stanford University Department of Exercise Science
> > 49,700 hits. Every exercise science department, anywhere
> > in the country, or references to same.
> >Google "Stanford University Department of Exercise Science"
> > 0 hits.
> >Google: "Stanford University" "Exercise Science"
> > 966 hits. Still pages the reference people who came from
> > there.
> >Google: "Stanford University" "Exercise Science" home
> > 639 hits. Not a lot of reduction.
> >Clearly, there is some term I *should* know that will take me
> >to Stanford's home page. (For some reason, www. stanford.edu
> >took me back to the engineering page, when I was looking at
> >that. Now that I've retried it, www.stanford.edu got me to the
> >university's home page.
> >Even then, though, I'm in trouble...
> > * The department listing doesn't show "Exercioxe Science"
> > or "Department of Exercise Science", even though about
> > 1,000 papers use that exact phrase in their list of credentials.
> > * The link to the Help Center doesn't appear to be working.
> > * I can't find a physical education department or anything similar,
> > either.
> >So I sent a note to the webmaster.
> >Maybe I'll take a drive...
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