FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailTAYLORSVILLE, Utah-Thursday, SLCC women’s volleyball earned a #4 ranking in the NJCAA polls as head coach Sue Delaney’s squad has posted a 13-0 record thus far.Friday and Saturday, the Bruins will play at a tournament hosted by Southern Nevada and compete against #10 Seward CC Friday and #11 Western Nebraska Saturday.Other NJCAA teams ranked include #3 Southern Idaho and #8 Snow College. September 13, 2018 /Sports News – Local SLCC Volleyball Headlines Several Ranked SWAC Teams Written by Tags: NJCAA/Seward CC/SLCC Women’s Volleyball/Snow College/Southern Idaho/Southern Nevada/Western Nebraska Brad James
Photo: Photo: Bell Boeing/NAVAIR View post tag: Bell-Boeing View post tag: NAVAIR View post tag: V-22 Share this article The US Naval Air Systems Command has awarded Bell Boeing JPO a $4,2 billion contract for V-22 tiltrotor aircraft construction.As informed, the contract provides for the manufacture and delivery of 39 CMV-22B aircraft for the US Navy, 34 MV-22B aircraft for the Marine Corps, one CV-22B for the Air Force and four MV-22B aircraft for the government of Japan.Work is expected to be completed in November 2024, the US Department of Defense (DoD) said.The CMV-22B is the navy’s long-range/medium-lift element of the intra-theater aerial logistics capability and it fulfills the Joint Force Maritime Component Commander (JFMCC) time-critical logistics air connector requirements by transporting personnel, mail and priority cargo from advance bases to the Seabase.The CMV-22B Osprey is a variant of the MV-22B and is the replacement for the C-2A Greyhound for the Carrier Onboard Delivery (COD) mission. The Osprey is a tiltrotor V/STOL aircraft that can takeoff and land as a helicopter but transit as a turboprop aircraft.CMV-22B is capable of transporting up to 6,000 pounds of cargo/personnel to a 1,150 NM range and its operations can be either shore-based, “expeditionary”, or sea-based.
Casting bronze sculptures. Learning how networking can help in a job search, and how to answer interviewers’ questions. Participating in a workshop on X-ray and computed tomography (CT) imaging. For Ph.D. and master’s students at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS), these are just a few of the activities on tap for January.For the third straight year, graduate students will be able to take part in January @ GSAS, a series of more than 80 workshops, seminars, and classes on topics ranging from how to write fellowship proposals, to using online citation tools when conducting research, to social events like film screenings and tours of Harvard museums.Running throughout the month, the classes will provide an opportunity for graduate students to catch up on professional development that they may not have had time for during the fall term, as well as a way to enrich their Harvard experience by exploring topics outside their normal areas of study.“Graduate students, for the most part, remain on campus throughout winter break,” said Garth McCavana, dean for student affairs in GSAS. “Especially if they’re in the sciences, they’re in the lab doing work or conducting their research. Several years ago, when the January session was created, we thought this would be a good time for our students to focus on professional development, so we developed a series of seminars — some with intellectual content, some with practical content, and some that are just purely for fun.”For students interested in professional development, GSAS has partnered with the Office of Career Services to offer programs, including sessions on making the transition to a non-academic career, expanding a professional network by using online social media tools, and surviving the academic job search — with advice from former students who have lived through these situations.Students also can build their research skills, with sessions that range from using online citation tools like EndNote and RefWorks, to using computers to model and analyze large data sets, to crafting qualitative research.Fun activities include the bronze sculpture workshop, film screenings, a nighttime session held at the Harvard College Observatory, and a ski trip to Sugarloaf Ski Resort in Maine.Undergraduates and faculty members also can take part in the events.First offered two years ago, a session titled “The Impostor Syndrome: How to Feel as Smart and Capable as Everyone Seems to Think You Are,” attracted more than 400 attendees.“We want students to use these sessions as an opportunity to see the array of options that are available to them,” McCavana said. “These sessions are an opportunity for students to come up for air, even if for just a few hours, and consider a topic they may not have thought about before.”
This is the seventh post in our Meet the Women of the Dell EMC Partner Program series, which provides insight into what drives the inspiring women of the Dell EMC channel. Missed the first posts? Get to know Joyce Mullen (President, Global Channel, OEM & IoT, Dell EMC), Cheryl Cook (Senior Vice President of Global Channel Marketing, Dell EMC), Julie Christiansen (Vice President, Global Channel Marketing, Dell EMC), Sheri Hedlund (Vice President, US Channel Sales, Dell EMC) and Kim Lasseter (Senior Director, Global Partner Marketing Enablement & Tools, Dell EMC) now.Meet Diane Brode – Director, Global Partner Marketing What is your current role/area of responsibility, and how long have you worked with the channel partner community?I currently lead a fantastic, dedicated team responsible for designing and executing our global partner marketing investments. This includes overseeing the strategy, program and operations for Partner MDF and BDF (Market/Business Development Funds) and our MyRewards partner SPIF programs. Our team is laser focused on driving the best partner experience that fosters partner growth, pipeline and revenue. We have been instrumental in building data driven results for optimized decision making. I have been with the channel partner community for 18 years here at Dell EMC in Global Partner Marketing, holding numerous leadership positions across channel communications, partner campaigns, infrastructure, enablement and experience.What are your goals for your company’s channel business over the next year?Dell Technologies is all about transformation of business and advancing human progress – and our partners are in a prime position to deliver this transformation and make it real for our customers. We want to ensure they have an unstoppable advantage by understanding and leveraging the breadth of Dell Technologies and the scope of customer solutions they can bring. We remain consistent and committed to delivering a simple, predictable and profitable partner experience. From my own functional area – driving a strong ROI and being data driven about the success of our marketing investments is key to our joint success with our partners.Outside of your family, please name a woman you admire and why?I admire one of my lifelong friends, Mindy Gabler. When seven months pregnant, her husband (who she met at summer camp) was tragically lost in 9-11; a few years later she lost her younger sister unexpectedly. Finding herself after two horrific tragedies was clearly difficult. Today, she finds strength in being a great mother, leading by example as a single, working Mom – who in her spare time founded and leads multiple charities for under-privileged children who otherwise would never have been able to experience summer camps. She took her unfortunate experiences and turned them into beneficial positive life experiences for many others.What advice would you give to other women in the industry? Or men?Opportunities are endless – you’ll always have new areas to learn and achieve! Invest in learning new technologies and always making new connections. In this highly dynamic industry – it’s important to not just keep up with but drive change that progresses the business in new ways. Striking the balance between collaboration and being a change agent can sometimes be difficult. It’s okay to challenge the norm and think outside of the box to get even better. Key to this is being a good listener, empowering trust and leaning in with the multiple cross-functional teams we engage with every day.Please share some words to live by that have helped you throughout your career.Ethics and the right thing to do are foundational to great decision making!What do you do for fun outside of Dell EMC? When not working, I spend as much time as possible with my children Tyler (15), Carter (12), and Natalie (9). Weeknights and weekends, you’ll find me being active with these kids who keep me quite busy with swimming, basketball and soccer. I love to cook, garden, entertain, golf, shop, and travel when there’s any time to do so!Diane enjoys traveling with her children Tyler, Carter, and Natalie – most recently they ventured to Bryce, Grand & Zion Canyons.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory, of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., addressed the Notre Dame community virtually Aug. 21 in the inaugural lecture of this fall’s “Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary” series, hosted by the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights.In his lecture, “Anti-Racism as a Moral Imperative,” Gregory spoke to the 110 students enrolled in the course, as well as other students, faculty and alumni who tuned in. Klau Center associate director Dory Mitros Durham moderated the event and posed questions submitted by students to the archbishop.Gregory’s lecture laid out the history of Catholic leaders’ involvement and inaction in racial justice efforts. Church leaders’ stances on racial justice issues have not been uniformly positive, Gregory said.Bishops in the 19th century failed to voice support for the anti-slavery movement, Gregory said, and the consequences of that silence are clear in the demographics of the church today.“Who will ever know the numbers of African American Catholics we might have had if the Catholic Church had publicly and prominently and enthusiastically, jointly chosen to be identified with the anti-slavery movement?”By the late 20th century, Gregory said the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) had grown bolder in calling for racial justice.Gregory, who formerly served as president of the USCCB, commended U.S. bishops for their “increasingly direct and forceful” statements condemning racism. However, he said the Church has not done enough for its more than three million Black Catholics.“All too often the church in our country has been for many a white church, a racist institution,” Gregory said, quoting “Brothers and Sisters to Us,” the bishops’ 1979 pastoral letter.Gregory shared stories from the course of his ministry, describing the need to center the experiences of Black Catholics. One of only eight Black bishops in the U.S., he said he has witnessed the need for racial reconciliation in the Church time and again.As the first Black auxiliary bishop in Chicago’s history, Gregory was assigned to preside at the Catholic sacrament of Confirmation for children in predominantly Black parishes on the South Side, but he asked to confirm children across the diocese as well. Gregory told the story of one white parishioner who, after a Confirmation service, told him, “I was prepared not to like you, but my kids like you.”The experience shaped Gregory’s perspective on the importance of Black role models for all Catholics.“The need for African American bishops was clearly not limited to the African American community,” Gregory said. “It was for the life and the growth and the development of the whole church.”Now, Gregory believes it’s a crucial moment for Church leaders to speak out for racial justice. Pointing to current events, he said the U.S. is confronting two viruses at once: COVID-19 and racism.“[Racism] too destroys lives,” he said. “It destroys the lives of those who are hated — because of their race, their culture, their language, their legal status — and it destroys the lives of those who hate.”Gregory said the Church has an important role to play in combatting this virus of racism.“The brutal killing of Mr. Floyd has triggered something in this nation,” he said. “And I think it’s triggered something in the Church, too, that we need to be about this much more aggressively and much more consistently.”Gregory said he sees young people “on fire” for racial justice as a particular source of hope.“I bow to my young audience,” he said. “At this moment, because of their concern about racial injustice and racism, probably at a greater level of participation than we have experienced in the past. I’m hopeful. I really am very hopeful that the end result will be a step forward.”Gregory challenged his audience to look honestly at the Church’s legacy of racism, but he also called on listeners to respond with hope.“To turn a blind eye to the past is dangerous, but not to see the possibility of a hopeful future is even more dangerous,” Gregory said.Tags: Black lives matter, Church, george floyd, Racism
View Comments It hasn’t sunk entirely, but the previously announced Broadway revival of Maury Yeston and Peter Stone’s Tony-winning musical Titanic will no longer set sail this fall. The new production, under the direction of Thom Southerland, has been postponed due to the lack of availability for an appropriate Broadway house for the 2014-15 season. It will also no longer have its Canadian premiere at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto this summer.With a score by Yeston and a book by Stone, Titanic details the lives of a cross-section of the 2,200 people on the voyage in 1912, more than 1,500 of whom met their deaths when the ship crashed into an iceberg. The original musical focused on the vessel’s passengers in first-class, second-class and steerage with a rousing score that included the tunes “Godspeed Titanic,” “The Largest Floating Object in the World” and “I Must Get On that Ship.”Revised plans for the show’s Broadway bow will be revealed as soon as scheduling allows. The cast of the London production of ‘Titanic’
The Green Mountain Club today expressed strong support for the Green Mountain National Forest temporary closure. This closure applies to the Appalachian Trail through Vermont and the Long Trail system from the Massachusetts border to Mt. Ellen in Warren. The Green Mountain Club manages the Long Trail as well as most of the Appalachian Trail in Vermont in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and private land owners. ‘There is so much work to do in Vermont communities up and down the Green Mountains and now is not the time for hiking in those areas,’ said Will Wiquist, executive director of the Green Mountain Club. ‘Hiking on the National Forest in these areas could be dangerous and could also get in the way of important recovery efforts.’ With the Labor Day weekend taking place, the club also noted that the towns of Duxbury and Huntington have closed the roads leading to the primary trails on Camels Hump. Camels Hump Road in Duxbury is entirely closed and is extremely dangerous and impassible. Access to the mountain from the Huntington side is closed due to a land slide. Hikers are advised to avoid hiking Camels Hump until further notice. ‘Closed means closed,’ he said. ‘Both overnight and day hikers should not enter the national forest at all. There are hikes available on northern Vermont summits like Mt. Hunger, Mt. Mansfield, and Laraway Mtn.’ In general, the Long Trail itself appears to have survived tropical storm Irene with relatively minimal damage. The club has been maintaining a detailed list of trail conditions and road reports related to hiking trails. While far from comprehensive, this is an excellent resource for hikers. Even so, Wiquist advises, ‘hike and drive with caution even in places seemingly unaffected by Irene, as the entire trail network has not yet been fully assessed. And of course heed all federal, state and local road closures.’ The Appalachian Trail, which stretches from Georgia to Maine, overlaps the Long Trail from Massachusetts to Killington, Vt. then diverges from the Long Trail and heads east toward New Hampshire. The ‘AT’ lost at least two bridges in Vermont. The AT is closed in Vermont ‘ from Massachusetts to Norwich, Vt. Green Mountain Club’s seasonal caretakers and Long Trail Patrol have spent most of this week working to help Waterbury village residents recover from the flood. The club plans to send its Appalachian Trail Conservancy- and Green Mountain National Forest-sponsored Volunteer Long Trail Patrol to a local community in southern Vermont with help from the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. For the holiday weekend, caretakers have returned to the northern Long Trail.
Online and always connected, today’s consumers expect an “anytime, anywhere” experience when doing their banking, and a seamless, intuitive interface is key to keeping them on your website and on board with your financial institution. Lenders can no longer consider Web-based technologies as an “add-on”; it’s now integral to staying competitive.Financial consumers have raised their expectations, especially when it comes to lending. They’re no longer satisfied with a fill-in application form. They look for immediate answers on loan options, approvals and documentation, and lenders put themselves at risk if they find themselves unable to respond quickly.Lenders must integrate technology to provide the best user experience for their customers, and must carefully select solutions that provide easy-to-use applications and constant communication and tracking.With digital banking, delivering easy and satisfying online and in-person interactions to borrowers gives originators the opportunity gain new customers – and keep current ones – in this very competitive environment. Faster completion of what can be an intimidating end-to-end loan process, supplemented by helpful guidance from available loan officers, is what can really differentiate one lender over another – and make borrowers more willing to come back for more. continue reading » 13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
But the South appears to have brought its outbreak under control thanks to an extensive “trace, test and treat” program that has drawn widespread praise. Its reported death toll is around 250 — vastly lower than that of Italy, Britain, Spain and France, which have each recorded at least 24,000 fatalities. Read also: Work smart, travel alone, eat out fast: South Korea’s prescription for coronavirus recover”South Korea will implement the everyday life quarantine scheme starting Wednesday,” Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said during a government meeting. South Korea said Sunday it will loosen social distancing rules this week to allow gatherings and events to take place after the number of new coronavirus cases dropped significantly in recent days. The country endured one of the worst early outbreaks of the disease outside China and strict social distancing has been widely observed since March.Scores of events — from K-pop concerts to sports seasons — had been delayed or cancelled, while museums and galleries were closed and religious services suspended. “Gatherings and events will be permitted under the condition that they follow disinfection measures,” he added.The South reported 13 new infections on Sunday, taking the total to 10,793, the Korea Centers for Disease Control said.Some professional sports, including baseball and soccer, are due to start their new seasons this week after being postponed over virus fears, although the matches will be played behind closed doors.The government is also set to announce this week the dates for students to return to school, which is expected to be some time around mid-May, according to Yonhap news agency.Topics :
Eddie Nketiah sends class message to Leeds United fans after returning to Arsenal The young striker only started twice in the Championship while on loan (Picture: Getty)Arsenal starlet Eddie Nketiah’s loan at Leeds United has come to an end, with the young striker sending a classy thank you message to the promotion contenders after his final match.The 20-year-old was given a rare start on New Year’s Day for the top-of-the-table clash with West Brom despite Arsenal wanting to recall him over a lack of game time, with the spoils shared in a 1-1 draw at The Hawthorns.He went over to the away fans by himself at full-time and applauded the supporters, hinting that he had worn a Leeds shirt for the last time. Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 1 Jan 2020 8:44 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link9.8kShares Nketiah bids farewell to the Leeds fans after the game against West Brom (Picture: Getty)Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa – who only started Nketiah in two Championship matches – confirmed as much in his post-match press conference, with the striker sending a classy farewell message to the club shortly afterwards.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Unfortunately my time at Leeds United has come to an end,’ he tweeted.‘It’s been an amazing experience and a privilege to play for such an amazing club.‘I would like to say a big thank you to my teammates, the coaching staff and the manager for making my time here an enjoyable one.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘Lastly, a big thank you to all the wonderful fans for taking to me so quickly. I wish the club all the best and I’m sure you’ll get to the promised land.’Nketiah’s outing against West Brom was only his second start in the league this season and Arsenal are set to loan him out to another Championship side before the January window closes.Class from @EddieNketiah9 #LUFC pic.twitter.com/ZwPtgxEGFU— ian (@igrattan) January 1, 2020 Advertisement Bielsa explained: ‘The club and him informed us that he is not going to continue with us. We are sorry for that.’Speaking to BBC Radio Leeds, he added: ‘We know what we offered to him maybe was not what the club [Arsenal] expected.‘He is a great player and excellent professional. He has been developed with a good education and for this reason it is a pity for us that he leaves us. We were happy with him.’MORE: Leipzig send message to Arsenal over Dayot Upamecano transferMORE: Arsenal won’t sanction Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang transfer in JanuaryMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Comment Advertisement