RelatedGG to Address Public Forum in May Pen RelatedGG to Address Public Forum in May Pen Advertisements FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Dr. Patrick Allen, will be the main speaker at the Police Civilian Oversight Authority’s (PCOA) public forum, which will be held on Wednesday (March 4) at St. Gabriel’s Anglican Church Hall in May Pen, Clarendon.Commissioner of Police, Rear Admiral Hardley Lewin, will also address the forum, which will get underway at 3:00 p.m.According to Karen Cadien of the PCOA’s Communication Unit, several concerns and issues were raised by persons, who attended a forum in the parish late last year, so a decision was taken to hold a follow-up session to allow discourse, aimed at addressing these issues.The PCOA, as part of its mandate, seeks to encourage better police-community relations, and to hold members of the security forces to a greater level of accountability.It also attempts, through various public consultations, to inform Jamaicans about its mandate and plans regarding the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) and its auxiliaries, the Island Constabulary Force and Rural Police.Clarendon continues to be one of the top five parishes accounting for the most murders. RelatedGG to Address Public Forum in May Pen GG to Address Public Forum in May Pen Governor GeneralMarch 3, 2009
Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Deadline: 15 September 2013 and 15 March 2014 every yearOpen to: international applicants with completed doctoral studies or equivalent in the natural or computer sciences, mathematics or any related disciplineFellowship: competitive salary, social security coverage, mobility allowance, German language courseDescriptionThe Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) is a PhD granting institution located in the city of Klosterneuburg, 18 km from the center of Vienna. The Institute is dedicated to cutting-edge research in the natural, mathematical and computer sciences. Established jointly by the federal government of Austria and the provincial government of Lower Austria, the Institute was inaugurated in 2009 and will grow to about 100 research groups with 1000 scientists by 2026.In order to attract outstanding postdoctoral researchers, the Institute has set up a program for exceptional researchers, which is partially funded by the European Union, ISTFELLOW. This will fund 40 fellows for a period of two years each. The program is intended for postdocs interested in the areas that are represented by the faculty at IST Austria. As the research portfolio of the Institute continues to branch out into other areas in the coming years, including physics, chemistry, and mathematics, so will the ISTFELLOW program. At all times, in keeping with the spirit of the Institute, ISTFELLOW will give preference to scientists who have a strong interest in cross-disciplinary approaches.Appointments under the ISTFELLOW program are for two years. Fellows may stay for an additional two years if the host professor agree and have sufficient funds.EligibilityHighly qualified candidates who have recently completed doctoral studies or equivalent in the natural or computer sciences, mathematics or any related discipline are eligible to apply for a full-time postdoctoral position at IST Austria. All applicants must have completed doctoral studies or the equivalent or anticipate the completion of their studies prior to the commencement of the position. Candidates must be proficient in written and oral English. FellowshipAll ISTFELLOW recipients will be offered full-time employment contracts at IST Austria and will receive an internationally competitive salary with full social security coverage. In addition, the program will provide:Travel allowance to scientific conferences and workshopsSupport for study visitsMobility allowanceAdditional family allowance, if applicableGerman-language courses on campusApplicationApplications are accepted at any time for the ISTFELLOW program, but fellows will be selected twice a year in October and April. The application deadlines for each selection are the 15th of September and the 15th of March, respectively. All application files, reference letters and a statement of support from at least one IST professor must be received by these dates, and must be submitted online. Please before applying click HERE to get instructions.For further information please visit the official webpage. LinkedIn 0 My Best Fail Story of the Year 2013! September 3, 2013 Published by daniel Similar Stories Tweet Ranan Lurie Political Cartoon Awards by United Nations Reddit Pocket +1 ← Caucasus Researchers’ Workshop in California, USA Picture the Future Learning Competition Institute of Science and Technology Fellowship, Austria Share 0 Full-time Accountant at European Youth Forum →
Next UpIngram started the night off with a bang, singling over his shortstop counterpart to lead off the first. That inspired a first pitch moonshot to right field from Chase Whetsel scoring both and giving the Cards a 2-0 lead after one in Vincent-Beck Stadium. Big Red held that advantage through three innings and came within a few inches of growing that lead in the first, second, and third, stranding five base runners thanks to nifty infield defense for UTRGV.The Vaqueros jumped ahead in the fourth. An interesting strike zone led to singles by the first three UTRGV batters in the inning, and a walk followed with the bases loaded, giving UTRGV its first run of the game. A single allowed another Vaquero run to come home, and a double scored two more for UTRGV. Ingram caught a line drive and threw home to beat the runner on third for a double play to end the inning, but UTRGV held a 4-2 lead heading into the bottom of the fourth.Lamar had at least one base runner in four of the final six innings but couldn’t push any of those six runners across. UTRGV scored one more on an error, two singles, and a balk on a disputed timeout to set the final score: UTRGV 5, Lamar 2. BEAUMONT – The final score of 5-2 might be misleading, but there was evidence that Lamar (3-8) was beginning to put the pieces of the 2018 season’s puzzle together Friday night in a loss against the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (6-4).Senior Phil Ingram went 3 of 4 on the night, and freshman Chet Jones threw three scoreless innings to close the game for the Cardinals.“We’ve been through the ringer here with 11 games in 15 days,” said head coach Will Davis. “It’s been a lot to ask some of these young guys. When you have a bad game, you’ve got to answer the bell the next day. That’s tough, especially for young hitters. We’re asking nine freshmen and a sophomore to do all this, and when they have a bad game they all have to go back out there and do it again the next day. There’s no time to clear your head, and I think that’s contributed to some of the issues we’ve had.” “I am encouraged,” said Davis. “If it was a lack of talent I’d be worried, but it’s just a lack of experience. We’re going to keep running them out there, and we’ve seen improvement. Chase Kemp has been swinging it a bit better the past few days, and good things are on the horizon for him. The future is bright here. They’re the top-ranked recruiting class, but they’re still freshmen. That’s what we’re dealing with. We have 18-year-olds playing 22-year-olds.”Southpaw Noah Sills (2-0, 0.00 ERA) will start for Lamar in today’s game, scheduled for a 2 p.m. start in Vincent-Beck Stadium. He’ll face UTRGV’s left-hand pitcher Jorge Flores (1-1, 14.54 ERA).
LSU coach Les Miles went to the hospital on Monday after feeling ill.BATON ROUGE – LSU football coach Les Miles visited an area hospital Monday morning after “feeling under the weather,” but was expected to be at a 4 p.m. practice, LSU athletic director Joe Alleva said.Miles missed his Monday press conference scheduled for 12:30 p.m. in which he was going to discuss the Tigers’ season opening game against McNeese State Saturday night.“Obviously, coach Miles is not here,” Alleva said, standing at the podium on the fifth floor of the athletic department administration building where Miles holds press conference every Monday afternoon before a game. “He was a little bit under the weather this morning in his office, and he didn’t feel very well.”Miles then visited the trainers at the football facility where his office is.“And the trainers thought it would be best for him to go to the hospital and get checked out on a precautionary basis,” Alleva said. “We feel like he is fine. He will be at practice today, and he will be available to talk to you after practice.”Alleva said Miles drove himself to the hospital.Coverage of LSU and Glenn Guilbeau commentary supported by Hebert’s Town and Country Auto Dealer in Shreveport located at 1155 E. Bert Kouns. Research your next Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or RAM at http://www.hebertstandc.com/
TORONTO – The case of Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard, who faces three sex-related charges, was put over to next month after a brief hearing in Toronto on Wednesday.Hoggard’s lawyer Ian Smith says his client’s case will next be in court on Oct. 10.The 34-year-old musician was arrested in July and charged with one count of sexual interference and two counts of sexual assault causing bodily harm.Police have said the charges relate to three separate incidents involving a woman and a girl under the age of 16 that allegedly occurred in the Toronto area in 2016.Hoggard, who is from Vancouver, has previously denied ever engaging in non-consensual sexual behaviour, but has said he behaved in a way that objectifies women.His band went on indefinite hiatus earlier this year after allegations of sexual misconduct came to light but before the charges were laid.Hedley had, by that point, already been dropped by its management team, blacklisted by scores of radio stations and abandoned by musicians booked as tour openers.Hedley also withdrew itself from consideration for the Juno Awards in Vancouver earlier this year and backed out of performing on the telecast.