For the second time in a row, Stephanie-Dubois-Emond captured victory in the Six-Year-Old Division aboard the Canadian-bred EWSZ’s Jerevel. The pair was one of only three to advance to the jump-off where they again jumped clear in a time of 33.64 seconds. High Graham of Loretto, ON also claimed victory at the second Young Horse Series event in a row, guiding Knock Out 3E to another win in the Five-Year-Old Division. Graham was one of two entries to jump double clear, and his jump-off time of 40.76 seconds secured the win. Knock Out 3E is owned and bred by KingRidge Stables. The bay Canadian Sport Horse gelding is by KingRidge stallion Jamestown and out of a Class Action mare. Rounding out the top three was Judgement Day 3E, ridden by Ballard for owner and breeder KingRidge Stables in King City, ON. The grey Canadian Sport Horse gelding had the third fence down in the jump-off, stopping the clock in 35.87 seconds. KingRidge Stables bloodlines are prominent in Judgement Day 3E’s breeding, as the gelding is by Double Diamond and out of an Aerobic mare. The purpose of the Jump Canada Young Horse Series is to encourage the development of young show jumping talent and to give Canadian breeders additional incentives to breed superior show jumping prospects. Competing on a level playing field, the horses are divided according to age and jump at a level suited to their development. This careful development allows the horses to gain valuable experience and advance to the higher levels of show jumping competition with confidence. The Jump Canada Young Horse Series also gives prospective buyers for the hunter and jumper markets an opportunity to view a large group of prospects in a competition setting. Beam P, ridden by Natasha Smith-Avery for owner Susan Perreault-Park of Tottenham, ON, was the only other entry in the seven-horse starting field to make it to the jump-off. However, a wrong turn on course meant elimination and a third place finish. Bred in Canada by Prima Warmblood of Mount Albert, ON, the bay Dutch Warmblood gelding is by Indoctro and out of an Emilion mare. Dubois-Emond riding EWSZ’s Cabamba received 45 jumping points after a rail down at the ninth fence on course. Their style score of 40 points gave them a combined score of 85 points for second place. “She was really, really good,” said the 21-year-old of the bay Rheinland Pfalz-Saar mare owned and bred by European Warmblood Stallion Zentrum Inc. of Arva, ON. “She actually jumped me right out of the tack, making me loose my stirrups, because she was blowing over the fences so well. She always tries her hardest every time out and is just such a good-hearted mare.” EWSZ’s Cabamba is owned and bred by European Warmblood Stallion Zentrum Inc. The bay Rheinland Pfalz-Saar mare is by Corrido de Chatillon and out of a Le Comte II mare. Stanley Stone, owned and ridden by Elliott Stone of Woodbridge, ON, finished a very close second with a clear jump-off round in a time of 33.66 seconds, just two one-hundredths of a second behind Dubois-Emond. The bay Dutch Warmblood gelding is by Karandasj and out of an Ekstein mare. The second event in the central region of the 2011 Jump Canada Young Horse Series was held June 22-26 at the CornerStone Show in Palgrave, ON. Finishing third was Ballard aboard another Dutch-bred horse, Wennous, owned by the Looking Good Group. Ballard and Wennous had the fourth fence down in the jump-off, crossing the timers in 31.43 seconds. The eight-year-old Dutch Warmblood mare is by Orame and out of a Peter Pan mare. In the Seven and Eight-Year-Old Division, Wicoca, ridden by Erynn Ballard of Hillsburgh, ON, took the win with two clear rounds and a time of 34.12 seconds. Owned by South Shore Farm in Mont-Saint-Hilaire, QC, the eight-year-old grey Dutch Warmblood gelding was bred in the Netherlands and is by Concorde out of a Capitol II mare. Dubois-Emond, who hails from Gurnee, IL, plans to campaign EWSZ’s Jerevel, who is by Daimier D’Adriers and out of a Rio Grande mare, for the remainder of the 2011 Jump Canada Young Horse Series. Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! CornerStone – Palgrave, ONSeven and Eight-Year-Old Division Horse Owner Rider1. Wicoca South Shore Farm Erynn Ballard2. Cassius Clay* Lyda Bostock Yann Candele3. Wennous Looking Good Group Erynn Ballard4. Sera* Braeburn Farms Erynn Ballard5. In the Cards 3E* KingRidge Stable Erynn Ballard6. Quiock du Melceney Ashtonne Tesoro Roberto Teran7. Lino Allison Zlepnig Allison ZlepnigSix-Year-Old Division Horse Owner Rider1. EWSZ’s Jerevel* European Warmblood Stallion Zentrum Stephanie Dubois-Emond2. Stanley Stone Elliott Stone Elliott Stone3. Judgment Day 3E* KingRidge Stables Erynn Ballard4. Morrison Burmonds and Wetmore Erynn Ballard5. Anton Betty Robertson Scott McKay6. ADC Chef Z Bob Suriwka Miguel Elicagaray7. Los Pehuenes Tornado Bob Suriwka Roberto Teran8. Just For Fun 3E* KingRidge Stables Hugh GrahamFive-Year-Old Division Horse Owner Rider1. Knock Out 3E* KingRidge Stables Hugh Graham2. La Fleur Jacqueline Wickens Robert Krcmar3. Beam P* Susan Perreault-Park Natasha Smith-Avery4. King’s Ransom 3E* KingRidge Stables Hugh Graham5. Coeur de Baloubet* Hawkestone Farms Roberto Teran6. Wilma Ilan Ferder Erynn Ballard7. Galilao B* Sylvia Dixon Sarah CroftFour-Year-Old Division Horse Owner Rider1. Chikita Double C Stables Carly Campbell-Cooper2. EWSZ’s Cabamba* European Warmblood Stallion Zentrum Stephanie Dubois-Emond3. Prestige Empire* Empire Stables John Teijgeman4. EWSZ’s Justine* European Warmblood Stallion Zentrum Stephanie Dubois-Emond5. Donegal* Holter Leasing Inc. Peter Gisborn6. Coryphee Double C Stables Carly Campbell-CooperNOTE – The star * beside a horse’s name denotes that it is Canadian-bred. Tags: Yann Candele, Jump Canada Young Horse Series, “This is only her second horse show ever,” said Dubois-Emond. “We started her last year and brought her down to Florida, not to show, just to hang out. She keeps progressing more and more every time we take her off the farm. She gets braver at every show, too. She’s just such a superstar.” Email* Yann Candele of Caledon, ON, guided Cassius Clay to a second place finish, also going double clear, stopping the clock in 35.36 seconds in the jump-off. The seven-year-old gelding is Canadian-bred. By Catrick II and out of a For Pleasure mare, the Canadian Warmblood is owned by Lyda Bostock. Stopping the clock in 44.20 seconds and taking second place was Robert Krcmar aboard La Fleur. Owned by Jacqueline Wickens of Port Credit, ON, the Holsteiner gelding, bred in Germany, is by Nekton and out of a Lorentin I mare. The Four-Year-Old Division saw back-to-back wins for Carly Campbell-Cooper of Elora, ON, who once again took home the top prize on Chikita, owned by Double C Stables in Harriston, ON. The pair put in a clear jumping round for a perfect score of 50 performance points, and the style judge awarded the Dutch Warmblood mare 42 out of a possible 50 style points, bringing their total score to 92. Chikita was bred in the Netherlands and is by Vernon and out of a Nimmerdor dam. For more information on the Jump Canada Young Horse Series, please visit http://equinecanada.ca/jumpcanada/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=88&Itemid=3&lang=en Horse Sport Enews SIGN UP The 2011 Jump Canada Young Horse Series is truly national in scope with competitions being held from coast to coast. The National Young Horse Finals will take place at the Canadian Show Jumping Tournament held from September 21-25 in Palgrave, ON. We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Finishing one point behind Dubois-Emond was John Teijgeman of Osgoode, ON, and the Canadian-bred Prestige Empire, who accumulated a total of 84 points. The pair earned the maximum 50 points for jumping and 34 points for style to place third. The Dutch Warmblood stallion by Prestige VDL is owned by Empire Stables in King City, ON and was bred by Madia McDonnell. “Hopefully she’ll continue to do well in the rest of the Young Horse Series and someone will come along and buy her,” explained Dubois-Emond. “EWSZ has a great breeding program with around 40 foals a year, and the plan with all of them is to get them going well under saddle and in the show ring, and then sell them to someone who is interested in a great sport horse prospect.” More from Horse Sport:Christilot Boylen Retires From Team SportAfter an exemplary career as one of Canada’s top Dressage riders, seven-time Olympian Christilot Boylen has announced her retirement from team competition.2020 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair CancelledFor only the second time in its history, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been cancelled but plans are being made for some virtual competitions.Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Statement on 2020 EventAs the Province of Ontario starts to reopen, The Royal’s Board and staff will adhere to all recommendations put forward by government and health officials.Government Financial Assistance for Ontario FarmersOntario Equestrian has recently released this update of several financial assistance packages available, including those for farm business.
ABC News(NEW YORK) — The blizzard that dumped 2 feet of snow in South Dakota and Wyoming is winding down on Friday morning.Daily records for snowfall were reported in the Twin Cities and Wausau and Green Bay, Wisconsin. South Dakota and Minnesota saw half an inch of pure ice weigh down power lines and trees while wind gusts in Pueblo, Colorado, reached 107 mph and 70 mph in Duluth, Minnesota.The storm is winding down Friday with only six states under snow alerts.The storm was located in southwestern Minnesota on Friday morning and still bringing some snow and gusty winds to the eastern Dakotas, Minnesota and parts of northern Wisconsin. Only about 2 to 4 inches of more snow is expected in northern Minnesota.Lightning, hail and gusty winds from strong thunderstorms ahead of the snow were moving through the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley early Friday.The center of the storm moves into northern Minnesota and southern Canada by Friday evening, but the cold front extending from the storm will move into the Northeast with strong storms, including heavy rain, lightning, gusty winds and some hail.These storms will reach the Interstate 95 corridor after dinner time Friday evening and continue into the overnight hours.South expecting severe stormsA new storm will move out of the Southwest Friday and into the Gulf Coast and Deep South bringing a threat for strong tornadoes, damaging winds and huge hail.This is probably one of the highest tornado threats so far this year,The storm moves into the Southeast and onto the East Coast Sunday into Monday with more severe weather.It will also bring very heavy rain from Texas into the Northeast with some areas in the Mid-South likely to see more than 4 inches of rain and flash flooding.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Facebook(LOS ANGELES, Calif.) — Couple separated by Pacific Ocean — and coronavirusMark and Jerri Jorgensen unexpectedly found themselves in the middle of a global health scare — and thousands of miles away from each other.Mark Jorgensen was bemused to find himself, on Feb. 26, on the way to North Bay Medical Center in California in an ambulance followed by federal marshals, who “seemed a little excessive, but okay,” he wrote on Facebook.He had just tested positive for coronavirus.Meanwhile, on the other side of the Pacific Ocean, Mark’s wife, Jerri Jorgensen, already was in quarantine, in a Japanese hospital, having tested positive less than two weeks earlier.Mark, 55, and Jerri, 65, have unexpectedly found themselves in the middle of a global health scare — after doing little more than booking a vacation on the Diamond Princess cruise ship.The Utah residents booked the trip with friends to celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary, which was last fall, and their birthdays, both in January. They flew to Tokyo Jan. 20 and boarded the Diamond Princess to begin a two-week holiday that included stops in Hong Kong, Vietnam, Taiwan and Japan.At that point, news about the new coronavirus already was coming out of China, but the couple said they didn’t give it much thought.They had their temperatures taken in several ports as they disembarked, but beyond that the virus didn’t concern them.“I kind of poo-pooed the mask idea, to be honest,” Mark Jorgensen told ABC News. “We would never have guessed what would come.”Then, the last night of the cruise, Feb. 3, their bags were packed and waiting in the hallway when the ship’s captain made an announcement at dinner.One man, a passenger who’d disembarked in Hong Kong, had contracted the coronavirus, and no one could leave the ship for 24 hours — all passengers first had to be screened.The Japanese Health Ministry took over, and everyone on board had their temperatures taken. When the screening revealed more people had the virus, the entire ship was placed under quarantine.The Jorgensens documented it all on Facebook.‘I’ll call you when I know where I’m going to be’At first, the passengers were allowed to mingle, do ship activities, take their meals in the dining areas. That changed Feb. 5. The Jorgensens and their friends were confined to their rooms. Over the next few days, news of additional passengers coming down with coronavirus was announced over the loudspeakers.On Feb. 12, health care workers tested Mark and Jerri Jorgensen, swabbing their throats and noses.“We’ll take anything to break up the monotony at this point,” Mark Jorgensen wrote on Facebook.On Feb. 15, medical workers returned to their room and said Jerri Jorgensen had tested positive. She’d had a slight fever the night before but said she otherwise felt fine. The staff told her to pack a backpack, and within an hour she’d left in an ambulance.“I’ll call you when I know where I’m going to be,” she told Mark Jorgensen, rushing out the door. She was taken to a hospital in Fukuyama — a four-hour drive.Mark Jorgensen remained in Yokohama aboard the Diamond Princess, waiting for a flight organized by the U.S. State Department to shuttle home stranded Americans.“Mark could have stayed behind, but why?” Jerri Jorgensen said. After she tested positive for the new coronavirus, they couldn’t have seen each other anyway.Plot twistMark Jorgensen began his long journey home on Feb. 16. He waited hours for everyone on the ship to be unloaded, placed on buses to Tokyo International Airport. He arrived at Travis Air Force Base in California the next morning.Although still isolated, Jorgensen had a suite of rooms and was allowed to walk outside in a yard so long as he wore a mask and didn’t get too close to other people.The evacuated Americans were to be kept in quarantine for 14 days.Then, Jorgensen got the news he’d been dreading: On Feb. 25, he was told that he’d tested positive for the coronavirus. That’s how he found himself the next day on his way to North Bay Medical Center accompanied by federal marshals. The following day, he got moved again to Mercy Hospital in Folsom, which has better facilities to deal with him.He said he’s not sure how he caught the virus — possibly from his wife, possibly from another passenger on the plane home. The virus is thought to have a long incubation period.In order to be cleared to leave quarantine, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control requires that nose and throat swabs taken from a patient test negative for two straight days. If they test positive, they have to wait 48 hours for their next test.Time in quarantineAfter Jerri Jorgensen’s slight fever passed, neither Mark nor Jerri Jorgensen exhibited any symptoms, which is good but which also makes the quarantine time feel a bit unreal.“Without Mark, it kinda sucks,” Jerri Jorgensen told ABC News. “But we could be in quarantine in the same hospital and have the same amount of contact.”The two FaceTime regularly with each other and with family and friends. Twice a week, Jerri Jorgensen wakes up at 1:30 a.m. Japan time to join her Pilates class in Utah.The first 2 1/2 days in Japan, Jerri Jorgensen didn’t have reliable Wi-Fi or a good phone signal. She said she felt very disconnected. She begged the hospital staff for a newspaper and was given copies of The Japan Times, a local English-language newspaper.“I would read them through three or four times,” she added.Then her internet access was restored.“It’s amazing how much we rely on technology,” she said. “If I were just here in isolation, I would lose a connection to the world … that’s when trouble hits.”She regularly exchanges messages with a representative from the Diamond Princess and a liaison from the U.S. Embassy. She also uses Google translate to communicate with hospital staff, none of whom speak English.Jerri and Mark Jorgensen’s Facebook livestreams have racked up thousands of views.The emotional connection is there, she said, but she hadn’t realized how important physical touch was until now. Jerri Jorgensen hasn’t touched another person since she said goodbye to her husband the day after Valentine’s Day.“I haven’t had a hug in a week and a half,” she said. “I haven’t felt the sun on my face for a long time, and that’s hard.”Both said despite the uncertainty and frustration, their quarantines weren’t as bad as they could’ve been — or perhaps as bad as portrayed by some media outlets. They said they’ve been treated extremely well by all involved health care workers, representatives of the CDC and employees of Diamond Cruises.Focusing on the positives and accepting what they can’t change, the couple, who run an addiction recovery center in Utah, are putting their teaching into practice.Sometimes, Mark Jorgensen said, he feels like a lab rat walking around a cage.“We’re walking biohazards,” he joked.Jorgensen said it was helpful to remind himself everyone’s doing their best, and with the virus being so new, no one knows what to expect. And because he’s not actually sick, sometimes it’s difficult to think about being so close to something so serious.Jerri Jorgensen has fallen into something of a routine to help pass the time.“It’s a choice,” she said. “I wake up every day and say, ‘What can I do to make today amazing?’”Apart from yoga, she’s caught up on Netflix series, been in contact with friends, read a number of books and racked up a few thousand steps every day dancing to 80s music in her hospital room.An ocean apart, but closer togetherJerri and Mark Jorgensen have spent a lot of time laughing about their situation on the phone.“We’re adding this to the uniqueness and craziness of our story,” she joked. “If I feel anxious, I’m going to go do a plank. That’ll take that anxiety right away.”That said, by the end of February, Jerri Jorgensen had enough me-time. She wants to get back into the world, including mountain biking in Utah. The CDC and Diamond Princess have organized a flight back to the U.S. on March 4. She hopes she’s on it.Mark Jorgensen has been moved around more than Jerri Jorgensen and hasn’t settled into as much of a routine. But he said he’s kept worry at bay by living intentionally, trying to take lessons from the whole experience.He said he thinks he and Jerri may have grown closer despite — or maybe because of — the distance.“Instead of going through life and taking her for granted, Jerri and I have been able to spend time talking to each other,” he said. “Rather than sitting in front of a TV screen, we’ve had some important conversations.”On Feb. 19, Mark Jorgensen posted a photo on Facebook of Jerri Jorgensen making a silly face after eating tofu in Taiwan. She hadn’t let him post it in January because she didn’t think she looked good.“During the past two weeks,” he wrote, “we’ve both come to better appreciate what really matters in life, and that doesn’t include how we appear to others. As evidence, I would offer our recent various interviews and videos. For what it’s worth, I always thought this picture was adorable. I’m glad more people can now see it.”An end in sightOver the weekend, Jerri Jorgensen posted a video on Facebook to say that she had finally tested negative, and the Diamond Princess was organizing for her to move to a hotel in Tokyo to wait for a flight home. The U.S. Embassy was working to take her name off the no-fly list. She was “bouncing off the walls giddy” to hear the news, and will make that plane back to the U.S. on March 4.Meanwhile Mark Jorgensen got a step closer to home, too. On Friday night, as his wife was getting the all-clear, he got transferred by plane to a hospital in Salt Lake City – his third transfer since leaving Travis Airbase on Feb 26.“I will be here for at least a few more days,” Mark said in a Facebook video over the weekend.He is still testing positive for coronavirus.“I had fantasies of those two pending tests coming back negative and them sending me home tomorrow, but I think deep down I knew that wouldn’t be the case,” he said.He has a backlog of tests being processed from each of the hospitals he has been at and he’s having nose and throat swabs every day.For the moment, it’s still a case of wait and see. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Posting DetailsPosting NumberC157Budget TitleINSTRUCTORBudget TitleINSTRUCTORLocal TitleNursing Instructor Tenure-Track (other ranks considered)Job CategoryFLSA ClassificationExemptObligationAcademic YearIf College Year, Please fill in period of noobligation:Position TypeUnclassifiedAppointment Start date09/01/2021Appointment End date08/31/2022Salary Grade LevelFACFull Time or Part TimeFull TimeIf Part-Time, fill in %Quicklinkhttps://employment.canton.edu/postings/631 * How did you hear about this employment opportunity?Public Job PostingInternal Job PostingAgency ReferralAdvertisement/PublicationPersonal ReferralWebsiteOtherInsight to DiversityNorth Country NowWatertown Daily TimesThe Chronicle of Higher Education * Do you meet the minimum requirements for this job?YesNo DepartmentNursingSearch Contact Phone/Extension(315) 386-7516Search Contact [email protected] Contact FaxSearch Contact(s)Marcy Blackmer will be chairing the search.Job Summary/Basic FunctionThe State University of New York ( SUNY ) at Canton invitesqualified applicants for a full-time, tenure-track position in theNursing Department, to begin September 2021. The Department ofNursing has a practical nursing certificate program, an AAS nursingprogram, an RN-BS online program, and a dual-degree ( AAS /BS)program. All of these programs are ACEN accredited. Salary iscommensurate with experience. Excellent benefits and a great workenvironment.Job Requirements & Essential Functions of the JobConduct didactic, laboratory, and clinical instruction; plan andparticipate in program, department, college and universityactivities; prepare instructional and learning guides for courses;evaluate students’ comprehension of didactic, laboratory andclinical instruction using criterion referenced methods ofevaluation; participate in curriculum development and revision;participate in student and program assessment; maintain clinicalexpertise; participate in scholarly activity, university andcommunity service. Voluntary summer or winter contracts may beavailable. Successful candidates will have a strong commitment toexcellence in teaching, service, and scholarship.Required QualificationsMasters Degree in Nursing required. Must be eligible for orlicensed as a registered nurse in New York State. Must have aminimum of two years nursing experience, preferably within the pastfive years.Preferred QualificationsA terminal degree in nursing or related field from a regionallyaccredited institution is preferred. Preferred candidates will haveprior college level teaching experience in either the face-to-faceor online environment. Expertise in fundamentals of nursing, mentalhealth or maternal newborn nursing, pharmacology and medicalsurgical nursing.SupervisorKim DaviesLocationWicks HallEEO/AA StatementClose DateOpen Until FilledYesSpecial Instructions to ApplicantsPass MessageThe screening and selection process is currently underway and willcontinue until a successful candidate is chosen. Should review ofyour qualifications result in a decision to pursue your candidacyfurther, you will be contacted. Thank you for your interest in thisposition at SUNY Canton.Fail MessageBased on your responses to the questions on the employmentapplication, you do not meet the minimum required qualificationsfor this position. Thank you for your interest in this position atSUNY Canton.Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover LetterCurriculum VitaeTeaching PhilosophyDiversity StatementOptional DocumentsUnofficial TranscriptsOther DocumentProvide contact information for 3 professional referencesUnofficial Transcripts 2Unofficial Transcripts 3Letter of RecommendationLetter of Recommendation 2Letter of Recommendation 3 * Do you have a Masters Degree in Nursing?YesNo
The School of Education at the University of Tennessee atChattanooga College of Health Education and Professional Studiesinvites applications for a full time tenure-track assistantprofessor faculty position in Special Education beginning August 1,2021. Special Education at UTC include both InterdisciplinaryEducational Studies: Exceptional Learning K-8 Interventionist andIES: Exceptional Learning: K-12 Comprehensive teacher educationprograms. The faculty member will contribute to a rich tradition ofteaching both undergraduate and graduate courses, conductingresearch, and providing professional service in a setting withexcellent opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration.Successful candidates must have a strong interest in and commitmentto teacher education, collaboration, inclusion, and diversity. TheSchool of Education is recognized as a part of an engagedmetropolitan university with extensive partnerships with communityorganizations.Key Area of Responsilbility :Successful candidates will possess the followingrequirements:Doctorate in Exceptional Education or closely-related field.Individuals who are (ABD) will be considered for faculty positionsat UTC; however, the degree must be awarded within twelve months ofthe first semester of employment.Primary Qualifications : Teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in specialeducation and other general education courses as needed in ateaching-focused departmentEngaging in an active research and publication agendaSupervising and planning field experiences and/orresidency/internship experiencesParticipating in service to the university, community andprofessionAdvising undergraduate and graduate studentsCommitment to cultural diversity collaboration, and socialjustice Experience adapting general education curriculum, instruction,and assessments for students with disabilitiesExperience developing community partnerships that enhanceteacher preparation through mentorship and/or coaching modelsTeaching experience in elementary general education, publicschool settingsMembership and involvement in professional organizations, suchas CEC, NAGC,TASH, NASETExperience with and knowledge of preparing others forsuccessful completion of edTPAExperience with behavior modification for K-12 schools or othereducational settings Three or more years of experience as a K-12 special educationteacherExperience teaching/supporting special education students inK-12 inclusive general education classroomsExperience with and/or willingness to prepare preserviceteachers to successfully serve as an interventionists orcomprehensive teacherDemonstrated potential for excellence in instruction andsupervisionPotential or emerging line of researchWillingness to engage in a variety of instructional modalities,including online instructionWillingness to assist in reaching additional goals of UTC’sStrategic Plan Secondary Qualifications : Responsibilites : Cover letter/letter of interest addressing the qualificationslisted aboveCV, including up-to-date, personal contact information (email,phone, etc.)Unofficial transcriptsNames, titles, and email addresses for three (3) references forconfidential letters of recommendation to be requested. Application Procedures :Applicants should prepare to submit the following informationwithin our online application system for consideration: Review of applicants will begin on April 12, 2021.Qualifications :The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is the second largestschool in the University of Tennessee System, serving a diversestudent body of more than 11,000 undergraduate and graduatestudents through five academic colleges. UTC offers a unique blendof private and public school traditions and is a driving force forachieving excellence, embracing diversity, inspiring positivechange, and enriching the community. Since its founding asChattanooga University in 1886, UTC has developed a reputation forexcellence built on an unusual blend of the private and publictraditions of American higher education. For more than 83 years,the university was a private school. In 1969, UTC became part ofthe state university system. Today, UTC is on a journey toexcellence – boldly embracing a passion for excellence in allthings and focused on changing lives and transformingcommunities.The UTC commitment-each and every day-is to earn the trust andconfidence of those we serve. Our goal is to make a difference inour community and in the lives of our students. Chattanooga, thefourth largest city in the state, is located in Southeast Tennesseenear the border of Georgia at the junction of four interstatehighways. The city has received national recognition for therenaissance of its beautiful downtown and redevelopment of itsriverfront. Chattanooga also has the fastest internet in thecountry. Home to the first Gig Internet in the United States,Chattanooga has a 100% fiber network that links every home andbusiness in a 600-square mile area. Companies like Unum, McKee,U.S. Xpress, Volkswagen, Coke United and Amazon.com have chosen toset up shop in Chattanooga. Attractions such as the TennesseeAquarium, Lookout Mountain, Civil War battlefield sites, theAfrican American Museum, and the Appalachian Trail bring thousandsof people to the area, as do events like the Riverbend Festival,Nightfall, Jazzanooga, the Creative Discovery Museum for Children,and the Southern Writers Conference. Chattanooga is the home to theseven-time NCAA Southern Conference Football Champions, TheUniversity of Tennessee at Chattanooga Moes. People who love theoutdoors use Chattanooga as a base for hang-gliding, bass fishing,mountain climbing and caving expeditions; the beautiful SmokyMountains and Tennessee River support the greatest variety of floraof any area in the United States. Chattanooga also has a long andrich past with regard to diversity, which includes Native Americanheritage, Civil War history, and the Civil Rights movement.Chattanooga is also just a two hour (or less) drive from Atlanta,Nashville, Knoxville, and Birmingham.The University of Tennessee Chattanooga is an EEO/AA/TitleVI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution. All qualifiedapplicants will receive equal consideration for employment and willnot be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, nationalorigin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexualorientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability,or protected veteran status.
ShareTweetShareShareEmail ShareTweetShareShareEmailComments Handball world is in shock. The 38-years old goalkeeper of French Aix Slavisa Djukanovic (right on photo) had a heart-attack during trainning session on Monday. Former Serbian national team goalkeeper is in coma in hospital in Marseille, where medical staff trying to save his life.Djukanovic is vell-known name in French handball, as he is playing there last 15 years. He made his name in previous team Saint Raphael where he spent 10 years.He played for Serbia at Men’s EHF EURO 2014 and EHF EURO 2016. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Good news from PAUC: Djukanovic is better! Pingback: Edzésen kapott infarktust, kómában van a kézikapus | hamishirek.hu 2 Comments Vukovic invites the fourth goalkeeper – Slavisa Djukanovic Related Items:Slavisa Djukanovic Pingback: Edzésen kapott infarktust, kómában van a kézikapus – Bulvar.tk 2 Comments Recommended for you
Earth, Wind & Fire (EWF) made history earlier this week when they became the first African-American band to be inducted into the Kennedy Center Honors at the 42nd edition of the annual awards and performance ceremony this past Sunday, December 8th.Three of the band’s original members, Philip Bailey, Ralph Johnson, and Verdine White, were in attendance to accept the honor. Other recipients were singer Linda Ronstadt, two-time Academy Award-winner Sally Field, Grammy Award-winner Michael Tilson Thomas, and beloved children’s show Sesame Street—which is celebrating its 50th birthday this year.Related: Kennedy Center Announces 2019 Honorees: Earth, Wind, & Fire, Linda Ronstadt, MoreThe Kennedy Center Honors have been an annual presentation since 1978. The distinction is awarded to leaders in the performing arts for their longstanding contributions to American culture.Bailey commented on the group’s success in relation to being the first African-American inductees in an interview with Billboard in saying, “There are so many more African-American acts that are deserving and perhaps this can be the first of many more to come.”The Chicago-based multi-genre musical group has been making music for nearly 50 years. Formed in 1969, EWF is known for blending the smooth styles of R&B and soul with the energy and commercial elements of funk, rock, and jazz to become one of the more inventive and successful pop acts of the past several decades.As the gala convened in the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C., singer Ralph Johnson paid respects to late EWF founder Maurice White, who passed away in 2016. “You can’t play any Earth Wind & Fire songs without Maurice’s DNA being on it,” said Johnson. “So he’s always here and we’re always celebrating him and his vision.”While it is difficult to get politicians in Washington to agree on much these days, a large group of lawmakers and cabinet members on both sides of the aisle were present to celebrate this historic event.When the Kennedy Center board chairman David Rubenstein mentioned the presence of members such as House Speaker and noted Deadhead Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), the room elevated and erupted with applause. Along with over 40 members of Congress, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steven Munchin were also present.On the heels of their 50th year, EWF members hinted at the possibility of a new album, though they were hesitant to provide details. “We’re making a list, and checking it twice,” Bailey told Billboard. “You’ll hear about it soon.”The event will air on network television Sunday, December 15th, on CBS.[H/T Billboard]
The Greyboy Allstars, the soulful jazz collective comprised of saxophonist Karl Denson, guitarist Elgin Park, organist Robert Walter, bassist Chris Stillwell, and drummer Aaron Redfield have announced their first studio album of new material since 2013’s Inland Emperor, set to arrive next month.The nine-track album to be titled Como De Allstars, will arrive on July 3rd on digital platforms. A vinyl edition of the album will also be made available with release details to follow in the coming weeks. Additionally, the veteran band will reissue their 1994 debut album, West Coast Boogaloo, on both digital and vinyl formats later this summer on August 7th via Light In The Attic Records.Related: Robert Walter Debuts Spacey Instrumental, “Cronkite”, At Quarantine Comes Alive [Watch]“What ties all of our records together is that we always come back to the basic premise established from the beginning. The musical food that sets the table for the ‘West Coast Boogaloo’ record sets the table for ‘Como De Allstars,’ as well,” Elgin Park said with Wednesday’s album announcement. “For better or worse we are the same band with the same objective: funky soul-jazz boogaloo that’s danceable, while simultaneously setting the stage for inspired improvisation.”“When we’re in a room together, we have such a great time and the music we make reflects that,” Park continued. “Getting the physical bodies together is almost impossible, given our schedules, but it immediately feels like it did back then.”The band shared the album’s lead single and title track to go with Wednesday’s announcement. The catchy song grooves along with elements of soul and tropicalia to make for a livening listening experience just in time for summer. Karl Denson’s flute abilities really shine through with some wonderful solo work in the song’s middle section as well.Listen to the new single below.The Greyboy Allstars – “Como De Allstars”[Video: The Greyboy Allstars]Fans can head to the band’s website for album pre-order info and more.Como De Allstars Tracklisting1. Como De Allstars2. The Skipper3. Catalina4. Executive Party5. Warm Brass6. Born Into Space7. Complete Breakfast8. Les Imperials9. Rebounder
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreThe fourth annual Volvo for Life awards were announced and the 2006 grand prize winner is Dr. Ingida Asfaw of Pontiac, Michigan. Asfaw is a medical doctor who has galvanized over 550 medical and non-health professionals in the U.S. and Canada to give their time and talents to address the profound health care crises in Ethiopia. With donations of money and time, he founded the nonprofit Ethiopian North American Health Professionals Association (ENAHPA). His prize, awarded on April 12, is a new car from Volvo for the rest of his life. One hundred semifinalists were also chosen from more than 4,000 nominations.A humble man but a brilliant surgeon, Dr. Asfaw has led volunteers from the health profession into Ethiopia on semi-annual medical missions since 1999.During the May 2005 mission, the delegation performed nearly 100 surgical procedures; conducted advanced training for 250 Ethiopian health care professionals; donated 32,400 books; and provided lifesaving medical equipment, instruments, and supplies to several specialized hospitals, three universities, and a leprosy research training center.Dr. Ingida Asfaw embodies the American dream of the impoverished immigrant who achieves extraordinary success and skill in their adopted land. But he also has educated a generation of health care professionals back in his native country and inspired others to reach beyond borders to bring hope to those in desperate need.ENAHPA serves 1700 adults and children living with HIV/AIDS by providing free anti-retroviral treatment and soon will include 8,000 more. The group supports orphans and maternity wards (with donations of sterile maternity kits) and is building a new Maternal and Child Health Care Center in the city of Awassa.In 1958, at the age of sixteen, Asfaw traveled two weeks from Ethiopia to America aboard a cargo ship, arriving with little money, but a big dream: to become a doctor and return to Ethiopia with healing hands. He has achieved his dream against extraordinary odds, always returning to his homeland to tend the needs of so many of its impoverished and suffering citizens.Ethiopia is the land of beautiful faces. Get involved with the many projects at ENAHPA to help an orphan, save a baby, or help extend the life of someone with HIV/AIDS. Read the Good News Network report featuring the 2005 Volvo Hometown Hero, Hope Bevilhymer, from Utah, who helps people in developing countries to receive prosthetic limbs. The Limbs of Hope Foundation was born out of the difficulties in her own life raising money to buy a prosthetic limb when it was not covered by insurance.Volvo invites you to nominate your hero for 2008. They could win a Volvo for Life.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore