Career Leaders &amp Records for Wins Above Replacement

Table Rank Player (yrs, age) Wins Above Replacement Bats/Throws 1. Babe Ruth+ (22) 182.5 L 2. Walter Johnson+ (21) 164.5 R 3. Cy Young+ (22) 163.8 R 4. Barry Bonds (22) 162.8 L 5. Willie Mays+ (22) 156.2 R 6. Ty Cobb+ (24) 151.0 L 7. Hank Aaron+ (23) 143.1 R 8. Roger Clemens (24) 139.2 R 9. Tris Speaker+ (22) 134.2 L 10. Honus Wagner+ (21) 130.8 R 11. Stan Musial+ (22) 128.3 L 12. Rogers Hornsby+ (23) 127.1 R 13. Eddie Collins+ (25) 123.9 L 14. Ted Williams+ (19) 121.9 L 15. Pete Alexander+ (20) 119.0 R 16. Alex Rodriguez (22) 117.5 R 17. Kid Nichols+ (15) 116.3 B 18. Lou Gehrig+ (17) 114.1 L 19. Rickey Henderson+ (25) 111.2 R 20. Mel Ott+ (22) 110.7 L 21. Mickey Mantle+ (18) 110.2 B 22. Tom Seaver+ (20) 109.9 R 23. Nap Lajoie+ (21) 107.3 R 24. Frank Robinson+ 
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Education and Socioeconomic Status Factsheet

Socioeconomic status (SES) encompasses not just income but also educational attainment, financial security, and subjective perceptions of social status and social class. Socioeconomic status can encompass quality of life attributes as well as the opportunities and privileges afforded to people within society. Poverty, specifically, is not a single factor but rather is characterized by multiple physical and psychosocial stressors. Further, SES is a consistent and reliable predictor of a vast array of outcomes across the life span, including physical and psychological health. Thus, SES is relevant to all realms of behavioral and social science, including research, practice, education and advocacy.

SES Affects Our Society

SES affects overall human functioning, including our physical and mental health. Low SES and its correlates, such as lower educational achievement, poverty and poor health, ultimately affect our society. Inequities in health distribution, resource distribution, and quality of life are increasing in the United States and

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UMSL Career Services

Welcome!  UMSL Career Services is your centralized service to help you plan, create, implement and evaluate your career development and job search strategies by working in partnership with employers and the campus community.  Our job and internship portal, TritonCareers, is available for students, alumni, employers and faculty/staff.  We look forward to working with you soon!
CAREER SERVICES is working 100% remotely | UMSL Students and Recent Graduates Call 314-516-5111 OR email [email protected] to schedule an appointment
Check out Big Interview for virtual interviewing practice

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NAACP | Education

The NAACP works to ensure that all disadvantaged students and students of color are on the path to college or a successful career by ensuring access to great teaching, equitable resources, and a challenging curriculum. We are dedicated to eliminating the severe racial inequities that continue to plague our education system. Our ultimate goal is that every student of color receives a quality public education that prepares him or her to be a contributing member of a democracy.

To achieve these goals, the Education Committee of the national board, in concert with education chairs and leaders from across the Association, have settled upon a four-prong strategy to improve educational achievement for disadvantaged students:

  • Increasing Resource Equity: Target funds to neediest kids
  • Ensuring College & Career Readiness: A path to success after graduation for all students
  • Improving Teaching: Growing our own great teachers now in underserved communities
  • Improving Discipline: Eliminate zero
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Career Services | University of Wisconsin River Falls


  • Virtual Career Coaching: To request an appointment to discuss resumes, cover letters, job/internship searching, interviewing, LinkedIn, career exploration or additional career-related topics with our dedicated team, please fill out this form.

  • Resume Review Via E-mail: Get personalized resume feedback by filling out this form and emailing your resume in Word format to [email protected] Please include specific information about the type of opportunities you are applying for as this will help us provide more specific feedback.

  • COVID Job and Internship Resources: We have developed a new section on our website providing specific resources for job searching during COVID. Continue to log into Handshake to find jobs, internships, and summer employment opportunities as well.
  • Career Exploration: Please complete this form to request a career assessment appointment. In addition, feel free to access additional exploration tools.

  • Instagram Live Events: Our last Instagram Live peer-to-peer career conversation will
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Home | Career Development Center

Though our physical office is closed due to the state mandate, the Career Development Center team is still here to serve you. 

We do have an online chat function to connect with students and alumni! Feel free to ask us questions about resumes, cover letters, interviewing, student employment, the extern program, or any other Career Development and Student Employment relevant questions! We look forward to hearing from you!

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Please check out the student section of our website to find resources and videos regarding resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and job/internship search.  Virtual events hosted by employers/graduate program are listed on our SIU Career Development Center Facebook page and/or Hire a Saluki.

See Career Development Center FAQs below for more information. 

Student Employment FAQs can be found at

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UW Genome Sciences

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, May 19

Dissertation Defense: Nick Hasle
(Fowler Lab, Ph.D. in Genome Sciences)

“Using visual phenotypes to dissect sequence-function relationships and complex drug responses”

1:30 | flier | defense will be held remotely

Thursday, May 21

Dissertation Defense: Sarah Hilton
(Bloom Lab, Ph.D. in Genome Sciences)

“Modeling the effects of site-specific amino-acid preferences on protein evolution”

2:00 | defense will be held remotely


For a complete listing of GS events, please see the events calendar.

New Faculty

Genome Sciences is delighted that Dr. Alison Feder has accepted our offer to be an assistant professor and will join the department in 2021. Dr. Feder is currently a Miller Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. She is a mathematical biologist who studies evolutionary forces that drive rapid adaptation, such as that seen in

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