FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah – Utah State head men’s basketball coach Craig Smith has announced the addition of Alphonso Anderson, a junior college transfer who will have two years of eligibility remaining, to the 2019-20 signing class. Anderson will join the Aggies by way of North Idaho College, where he led the Cardinals with 20 points and seven rebounds in the season opener on Nov. 17.Anderson, a 6-7 forward, originally signed with Montana out of Garfield High School in Seattle, Wash., where he led the team to a state championship as a junior, scoring 17 points and pulling down 14 rebounds in the championship game. That season, Anderson averaged 16.6 points, 10.3 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.1 steals per game, while shooting 52 percent from the floor and 37 percent from behind the 3-point line. As a prep senior at GHS, Anderson led the team to a third-place finish at state and averaged 13 points and 6.7 rebounds per game, recording his best game against Rainier Beach, scoring 35 points and pulling down 19 rebounds. Anderson will have two years of eligibility remaining.“Alphonso can do a little bit of everything, and at 6-7, 225 pounds, he is going to be a difficult matchup for opponents,” Smith said. “He rebounds the ball well and can defend multiple positions, which gives us great flexibility to utilize him in a number of different positions.”Utah State returns to the court on Wednesday, Nov. 21, facing Arizona State in Las Vegas, Nev., inside the T-Mobile Arena in the championship of the MGM Main Event at 9 p.m. (MT). Fans can watch the game live on ESPNU (DirecTV 208, Dish 141).Utah State men’s basketball news and information is available on Facebook (facebook.com/usumensbasketball), on Twitter (@usubasketball) and on Instagram (@usubasketball). Fans can also get USU men’s basketball highlights on YouTube (youtube.com/utahstateathletics).Aggie fans can follow the Utah State athletic program on Twitter (@usuathletics), on Facebook (facebook.com/usuathletics) or on Instagram (@usuathletics). November 20, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah State Basketball Adds Alphonso Anderson to 2019-20 Class Tags: Alphonso Anderson/Utah State Aggies Basketball Written by Robert Lovell
The ship-to-ship transfer was conducted at a temporary LNG Offshore Transshipment Complex in the Murmansk region within the seaport of Murmansk THU NGUYỄN from Pixabay. (Credit: THU NGUYỄN from Pixabay) PAO NOVATEK (“NOVATEK” and/or the “Company”) announced today that NOVATEK-Western Arctic, a wholly owned subsidiary, completed Russia’s first ship-to-ship LNG transshipment in the Kildin Strait of the Barents Sea. The Arc7 ice-class LNG tanker “Nikolay Yevgenov” successfully reloaded an LNG cargo delivered from the Yamal LNG facility at Sabetta to the conventional tanker “Yamal Spirit”.The ship-to-ship transfer was conducted at a temporary LNG Offshore Transshipment Complex in the Murmansk region within the seaport of Murmansk. The LNG Transshipment Complex will ensure uninterrupted year-round LNG transshipment from the ice-class tankers carrying LNG produced in the Russian Arctic to conventional LNG tankers.The transshipment operations were conducted in compliance with all applicable Russian environmental requirements, and included representatives from NOVATEK-Western Arctic, the Russian and foreign shipowners, auxiliary fleet operators and the LNG transshipment operators. The safety of navigation was ensured by the seaport of Murmansk and Rosmorport.The ship-to-ship transshipment complex in the Murmansk Region represents another significant milestone in developing NOVATEK’s LNG supply chain from the LNG facilities located in the Russian Arctic to the global natural gas consuming markets. The creation of the transshipment infrastructure allows the Company to develop its internal competencies to perform LNG transshipment in the Russian Federation, as well as optimizing the Arctic tanker fleet. Source: Company Press Release
The keel laying ceremony for the ship was held in January last year and the launching in February 2020. Shipbuilder Austal has delivered expeditionary fast transport vessel USNS Newport (EPF 12) to the US Navy from its shipyard in Mobile, Alabama. Posted: over 2 years ago View post tag: Austal USA Categories: Photo: Austal Related Article Posted: over 2 years ago One additional Spearhead-class EPF is under construction at Austal USA’s shipyard; the future USNS Apalachicola (EPF 13), while the future USNS Cody (EPF 14) is scheduled to commence construction before the end of the year. View post tag: US Navy Authorities The Spearhead-class EPF is a 103-metre high-speed aluminium catamaran with a large, 1800 square metre cargo deck, medium-lift helicopter deck and seating for 300+ embarked troops; providing a fast, high-payload transport capability to combatant commanders around the world. Photo: Austal US Navy lays keel for future USNS Newport (EPF 12) View post tag: EPF USNS Newport is the twelfth Spearhead-class EPF ship to be delivered to the US Navy – and brings the total number of ships delivered to the navy by Austal USA to 24 in ten years, including three this year. View post tag: USNS Newport The Austal-designed EPFs support a wide range of missions – from maritime security operations to humanitarian aid and disaster relief. An EPF’s flexibility also allows it to support potential future missions; such as special operations, command and control, and primary medical operations. Share this article
Diversity Statement InformationFor more information on diversity statements, includingguidelines, please click here . Position NumberF63940 Posted Salary We invite you to apply to this 12 month term or tenure-eligiblefaculty position that will serve as clinical faculty forundergraduate and graduate Adult Gerontology Acute Care courses;contribute to curriculum development, implementation, andevaluation; develop preceptors and appropriate clinical sites forAdult Gerontology concentration graduate students; clinicallysupervise individual Adult Gerontology students in graduatepractica; participate in school governance activities; implementall roles of term or tenure-eligible track faculty (teaching,scholarship and service).Appointment to academic rank and salary are dependent ondemonstrated scholarly achievement and teachingexperience. Posting DetailsEmployees hired into Administrative and Professional positionsposted on or after July 1, 2017, will be governed by and, ifemployed on July 1, 2018 will move into the new University HumanResources System. For additional information, go tohttp://greatplace.vcu.edu. Working TitleAdult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Date Posted10/20/2020 Required Qualifications Number of Months12 RankOpen School/UnitSchool of Nursing DepartmentAdult Health & Nursing Systems Proposed Hire Date01/01/2021 Open Until FilledYes The mission of the School of Nursing is to shape the future ofnursing through the power of education, discovery andcollaboration. Preferred Qualifications • Demonstrates commitment to contributing to VCU’s Quest forDistinction (www.future.vcu.edu/)• Engages faculty, students, and staff to foster a diversecommunity at VCU• Demonstrates an integrated academic life, contributing to theteaching, scholarship and service missions in an urbanresearch-intensive university with an academic health sciencescenter• Participates in all aspects of curriculum including teaching inclassroom or clinical settings• Contributes to curriculum development, implementation andevaluation• For Tenure track faculty, maintains a program of research leadingto external funding• For Term faculty, maintains ongoing scholarly contributions totheir field such as translation of evidence to practice,presentations or manuscript publications• Maintains a commitment to serving the school of nursing,university, profession and community1. TeachingThe faculty member will have teaching assignments in programs atthe undergraduate and graduate level.2. 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For further information about thisposition contact Demmie Pennix, HR Administrator, School of Nursingat (804) 628-7583 or [email protected] a preeminent national, urban, public research university andacademic health center, Virginia Commonwealth University iscommitted to organizational diversity, equity and inclusion – anenvironment where all can thrive in their pursuit ofexcellence.Applicants are requested to submit a Statement of Contributions toDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion (typically between 150-300 words)providing your career aspirations and contributions towardpromoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. Through this statement,you can share how your lived experiences; and past, present, andfuture academic and professional activities have or will contributeto VCU’s mission of promoting equity and inclusion.Note: Examples include working with others to further thegoals of equity and inclusion; leading in any capacity thattangibly promotes an environment where diversity is welcomed,fostered, and celebrated; creative activity, research andscholarship that promotes equity and parity; teaching and mentoringstudents, and/or engaging with faculty and/or staff fromtraditionally underrepresented groups to create a positive andsuccessful organizational experience. Tenure StatusOpen Application Deadline Date Chief purpose of this position in support of above mission orgoal Position TypeTeaching and Research Faculty
Evansville Hospitals Among Best In IndianaAUGUST 15TH, 2018 JEFF GOLDBERG EVANSVILLE, INDIANAThe U.S. News and World report have released its annual rankings of the top hospitals in the country. This year, the news agency decided to include regional and state rankings along with the national recognition.Deaconess is ranked second among Indiana hospitals while Saint Vincent Evansville Campus tied for third.U.S. News and World Report uses a complex system to rank the hospitals. One of the major criteria is specialized care. Both hospitals get high marks in things like pulmonary and urology care. As well the rankings look at individual conditions and treatments.Hospital presidents agree that by providing top quality care it makes it easier for the community. Instead of having to drive up to large regional hospitals, folks who are struggling with their heath can just stay in the Tri-State to get the care they need. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
December 4, 2014: ThursdayCalls for service: 54Motor Vehicle Stops: 10Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 25Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 1 fire and 3 EMS callsFraud, 2100 block Simpson Ave., at 9:00amWarrant, 800 block Central Ave., one in custody, at 11:15am December 6, 2014: Saturday Calls for service: 79Motor Vehicle Stops: 30Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 24Alarms: 3The Police Department assisted with 4 fire and 2 EMS callsWarrant, 800 block Bay Ave., one in custody, at 12:21amCriminal mischief, 600 block Asbury Ave., at 7:55am December 1, 2014: Monday Calls for service: 58Motor Vehicle Stops: 8Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 26Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 4 Fire and 4 EMS callsTheft, 3400 block Asbury Ave., at 9:13amMotor vehicle accident, Marine Pl., & Bay Ave., at 11:04amDomestic violence, 900 block Wesley Ave., at 6:29pmAssault, Waterview Blvd., at 10:24pm November 30, 2014: Sunday Calls for service: 92Motor Vehicle Stops: 38Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 29Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 8 Fire and 6 EMS callsSuspicious person, 4500 block Central Ave., one in custody, at 1:45amCDS, 900 block Wesley Ave., one in custody, at 9:17amFraud, 700 block 11th St., at 3:37pm OCEAN CITY POLICE SUMMARIZED WEEK’S ACTIVITIESNovember 30 – December 6, 2014Calls for Service: 485Daily Average: 69 December 2, 2014: TuesdayCalls for service: 72Motor Vehicle Stops: 16Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 27Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 5 fire and 3 EMS callsBurglary, 800 block Brighton Pl., at 8:24amShoplifting, 900 block Asbury Ave., at 2:15pm December 5, 2014: FridayCalls for service: 91Motor Vehicle Stops: 34Motor Vehicle Accidents: 2Property Checks: 33Alarms: 4The Police Department assisted with 2 fire and 4 EMS callsAssault, 500 block Atlantic Ave., at 2:33pmMotor vehicle accident, 500 block 6th St., at 5:16pmMotor vehicle accident, 7th St. & Central Ave., at 5:57pmDomestic violence, 3400 block West Ave., at 9:12pm December 3, 2014: WednesdayCalls for service: 58Motor Vehicle Stops: 16Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 26Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 5 fire and 7 EMS callsCriminal mischief, 300 block Simpson Ave., at 11:06am PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:Just a reminder that it is a violation of a City Ordinance to have dogs on the boardwalk anytime during the year.City Ordinance 87-17sec.4-32 prohibits any Boat/Trailer over 22 feet in overall length from being parked on a city street. Any boat/trailer less than 22 feet in overall length can only remain on a city street for three consecutive days. Officers will be issuing summons and towing boats/trailers for any observed violations. Ocean City Police Department
After a difficult second half of 2008, I know I’m not the only one hoping for a better year ahead. Unfortunately, it looks like the economy will be getting worse before it gets better. That means more tough times ahead for FPB members.The FPB runs a helpline for members to call when they need advice and information on running their businesses. Over the past three months, the biggest increase in calls has been from members asking for assistance with employment-related issues, including redundancies.Owner-managers of small businesses are generally good at the one-to-one relationships that make a business work, but with a disciplinary or conduct issue, it is so important that the correct procedures are followed from the start. Also, concerns about whether or not to employ staff are being complicated by legislation on the horizon.In April, the right to request flexible working hours will extend to parents with children up to the age of 16. The government will also be implementing the EU’s Directive on Temporary Agency Workers in the next few months, which may be an issue for those bakeries and shops that use agency staff for periods of longer than three months. In the meantime, the FPB will be working to make sure that businesses have the know-how and support to cope with this legislation and other employment issues. Regulations change every year, so you need to be sure you have the most up-to-date and accurate guidance.In the meantime, let me wish you a Happy New Year and all the best for 2009 from the FPB.
HGCA has worked under its milling wheat export classifications ukp and uks for 10 years.It will celebrate the milestone at this year’s Cereals event on 11 to 12 June in Duxford, Cambridgeshire.The classifications were rolled out in 2004, following repeated industry consultation to help establish and maintain export markets for UK milling wheat. They were developed to meet the specific requirements of export markets and now form part of the HGCA Recommended List.Ukp is a hard wheat classification used in the making of bread and uks is a soft wheat classification used for making biscuits or blending for bread-making. Since the new classifications came in, wheat from UK growers has been exported to 53 different countries with 20 ukp and 31 uks varieties have been listed on HCGA’s Recommended List.Sarah Mann, HGCA’s exports manager, said: “Over the past 10 years, 23.2 million tonnes of wheat have been exported from the UK. With typically 16% of wheat going for export each year, it is essential that HGCA continues to grow new markets for grain by adding value to surplus production, while developing and maintaining export markets. This is a long-term initiative which involves HGCA working alongside industry to ensure our supply chain meets the demands of overseas buyers.”
Yiling Chen, assistant professor of computer science at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), has been named by IEEE Intelligent Systems as among “AI’s 10 to Watch.”Published in the January/February 2011 issue, the honor acknowledges “10 accomplished AI researchers in their early careers … who promise to be the leaders of the field.”The winners, nominated by senior researchers in academia and industry, are chosen every two years by a committee comprising members of the magazine’s advisory and editorial boards.“We at SEAS are thrilled to have Yiling Chen recognized by IEEE Intelligent Systems as one of AI’s 10 to Watch,” says Michael Mitzenmacher, Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science and area dean at SEAS. “Her work on prediction markets and other mechanisms for information aggregation brings computer science together with economics and social science in deep and fundamental ways. Yiling provides a shining example of how computer science research can connect to the broader Harvard universe, enriching both.”Chen’s current research focuses on designing and analyzing social and organizational systems according to both economic and computational objectives.
For the past four years, the social justice-oriented troupe the Theater of War has brought together the worlds of ancient Greece and contemporary American Midwest in “Antigone in Ferguson,” created after Black teenager Michael Brown was shot and killed in 2014 by white police officer Darren Wilson.This year, the COVID-19 pandemic brought the production team’s work online, creating virtual performances of Sophocles’ 2,500-year-old text and honoring Brown’s memory.Dated to 442 or 441 B.C., “Antigone” tells the story of Oedipus’ daughter and her quest to honorably bury her brother Polynices, killed during a civil war, against the decree of her uncle Creon, Thebes’ new king. The play deals with themes of divine justice and human law, family and civic loyalty, and gendered power dynamics. In the Theater of War production, which premiered in 2016, actors perform a staged reading of the work alongside a chorus of community members; the reading is followed by a facilitated public discussion about racism and police violence.On Friday, Theater of War will mount their second digital performance of “Antigone in Ferguson,” sponsored by Harvard’s departments of Theater, Dance & Media and the Classics, as well as other universities, including Duke and Georgetown. A related artist talk and Q&A session with Bryan Doerries and Phil Woodmore, respectively the show’s artistic director and composer/conductor, will take place Monday and is open to affiliates of Harvard affiliates and other sponsoring institutions.This week’s production features a one-hour reading of “Antigone” with actors including Tracie Thoms and Nyasha Hatendi, as well as New York Public Advocate Jumaane Williams. The performance also includes music from the “Antigone in Ferguson” choir, led by De-Rance Blaylock, a former teacher of Michael Brown. Doerries and social worker De-Andrea Blaylock-Johnson will facilitate a community panel discussion on the play’s themes and their connection to racism and police violence, with a panel that includes Shamell Bell, a Harvard lecturer on somatic performance and contemporary global performance. “Michael Brown was not the thug that everyone claimed him to be … he was a kid who just graduated from high school and was ready to take care of business when it came to his life.” — De-Rance Blaylock For many involved in “Antigone in Ferguson,” the Theater of War production was personal: Both lead vocalist Blaylock and soloist Duane Foster taught Brown at Normandy High School, where the show premiered.“His murder took a huge toll on me,” said Blaylock, who now sings professionally in St. Louis. “So when I was given this opportunity to be a part of ‘Antigone in Ferguson,’ I jumped on the chance, because I wanted to let people know that Michael Brown was human. Michael Brown was not the thug that everyone claimed him to be. He was a human being, he was a kid who just graduated from high school and was ready to take care of business when it came to his life.“To be able to perform Greek mythology and compare it to what happened to Mike is amazing. To hear the responses from so many people around the world and still [be] hearing responses from people who saw our previous performance in August is amazing,” she said. “I’m glad that his name and his life are not, and were not, in vain.”Naomi A. Weiss, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of the Humanities, and Debra Levine , a lecturer on Theater, Dance & Media, spearheaded Harvard’s sponsorship of the production. They said they wanted to support a project that engaged audiences with classical texts at the same time it offered an avenue for artistic expression and community engagement on urgent social issues.,“The play itself is so fertile because its messages regarding justice, gender, and death are quite ambiguous. It’s quite difficult to disentangle,” said Weiss, the Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of the Humanities, noting that “Antigone” has been used in many media in the 21st century to explore questions of power and resistance. “I think that’s also what makes the production of ‘Antigone in Ferguson’ potentially very powerful, because it gives rise to these questions of interpretation, which can then hopefully challenge and complicate our views and actions concerning racialized violence and social injustice.”Weiss highlighted the importance of the chorus, which is made up of educators, police officers, faith leaders, and activists from St. Louis and New York City. While separated by the pandemic, the chorus continued their work over Zoom for the performances, including Woodmore’s powerful hymn “I’m Covered.”“These sorts of performances are very powerful, precisely because of the chorus. When these plays were originally performed in Athens … the chorus sang, and it danced, and it was made up of community members. So, in the ancient context, there’s a very strong connection between the audience and the chorus,” said Weiss. “It’s striking that ‘Antigone in Ferguson’ not only embraces the musicality and musical potential of the chorus, but also embraces its role as a communal voice and how the audience could have a deep relationship with it. That then works in turn to make the questions the production raises much more powerful.”Levine added that her department welcomed the chance to share resources to convene an audience for “Antigone” and help ensure that Brown’s life is remembered.“Theatrical collaborations that include community members and professional actors, that bring in gospel choruses and classical Greeks texts and Q&A conversations, are ways to imagine assembly differently, rather than valuing the work only as a perfectly realized aesthetic object,” said Levine. “I think that letting go of those aesthetic and commercial values and having different goals for what online performance can achieve helps us understand what is and is not successful about digital performance. The best digital performances help us transcend our feelings of isolation during the pandemic.”“Antigone in Ferguson” is designed to prompt serious and uncomfortable conversations about societal problems, but for Blaylock, it is also a space for healing.“I dedicate every performance to Mike, because I would not have this platform if it weren’t for his life and death,” she said. “I use my gifts and let people know that even throughout this pandemic, we still have to maintain that there is a little bit of hope left.”