Provides information to, and advises both enrolled and prospectivestudents regarding the academic programs offered by the Universityor a specific department, including requirements for admission andretention through graduation; may coordinate the work of entrylevel academic advisors. Advises enrolled and prospective students regarding academicprograms and curriculums.Analyzes and processes degree plans, graduation applications,grade change forms, and general petitions.Maintains student files updated throughout their academiccareers and makes changes to records as necessary.Analyzes and processes requests for readmission from academicsuspension, as well as financial aid reinstatements; providesretention services for students on probation.May assist in conducting orientation sessions for groups ofincoming new students.May assist in recruiting high school and community collegestudents and may make presentations at special events.Performs other job related duties as assigned. EEO/AAAdditional Job Posting Information:The primary purpose of the position is to advise students onLearning Abroad programs, scholarships, applications &pre-departure.It supports reciprocal exchange programs, socialmedia, event planning & academic record processing, alsopresents at campus events, orientations, for UH colleges &other events as needed. Previous experience studying or travelingabroad is preferred but not required.The following documents arerequired: Cover letter delineating the manner in which your workexperience applies to the posting. Resume, Salary History,Transcript, Three work references. The hiring department expectsyou to name current or past supervisors.NOTE: We will maintain your confidentiality and notify you inadvance of making contact with any of your references. Referenceswill be contacted only after the interviewing process has beencompleted. Incomplete applications will not be reviewedAdditional Posting Information:This posting is for 2 Learning Abroad Advisor positions, bothhoused within Learning Abroad in the Office of the Provost. Theprimary purpose of the Learning Abroad advisor position is toadvise students on Learning Abroad programs, scholarships,applications, and pre-departure across all majors. The positionwill support reciprocal exchange programs, social media, eventplanning, and academic record processing. This position presents atcampus events, orientations, for UH colleges, and other events asneeded. Previous experience studying or traveling abroad ispreferred but not required. Please visit www.uh.edu/learningabroad tolearn more about the position and Learning Abroad.Qualifications :Bachelors and 3 years experienceRequires a thorough understanding of both theoretical and practicalaspects of an analytical, technical or professional discipline; orthe basic knowledge of more than one professional discipline.Knowledge of the discipline is normally obtained through a formal,directly job-related 4 year degree from a college or university oran equivalent in-depth specialized training program that isdirectly related to the type of work being performed. Requires aminimum of three (3) years of directly job-relatedexperience.
Click to comment IT’S OFFICIAL: Klaus Gärtner replaces Schwalb, Sebastian Hinze form 2022! Related Items:andreas palicka, Darko Stanic and Mikael Appelgreen, Mikael Appelgreen, Rhein Neckar Lowen ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsAndreas Palicka is coming back to DKB Bundesliga! The former THW Kiel goalkeeper signed three years contract with the biggest “Zebras” rivals – Rhein Neckar Lowen. The 30 years-old goalie will leave Denmark after only a season in Aalborg.Palicka will replace Borko Ristovski, who signed for FC Barcelona Lassa, and join Mikael Appelgreen. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Recommended for you German trio and Wisla Plock for EHF European League 2021 trophy “PALICKAAA”: Handball save which will be remembered 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.
Ken Goodson, formerly of Treka BusKen Goodson, formerly Sales Director of Brighouse-based minibus bodybuilder and converter Treka Bus, passed away peacefully at the age of 75 on Monday 4 September after a short illness.Often regarded as ‘Mr Treka’, Mr Goodson was known by many for his work in the accessible minibus industry, firstly at Wadham Stringer and then Bedwas Bodyworks, followed by UV Modular and finally Treka Bus.During his career, Mr Goodson worked closely with a wide range of Treka customers, including Dawsonrentals, London Hire, many local authorities, community transport organisations and charities, garnering great respect from all that those met him.“Ken played a significant role in raising the standards of wheelchair accessible vehicles in the UK through his years of diligent work, the results of which are still evident today,” says Treka Bus MD Mark Clissett. Mr Goodson is survived by his wife Annie.
IndianaLocalNews Google+ Twitter Twitter Authorities investigating drowning of 3-year-old in Steuben County Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Facebook (Photo Supplied / Indiana DNR Law Enforcement District 2) The Indiana State Police and Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a drowning in Steuben County, which claimed the life of a three-year-old boy.Preliminary investigation indicates State Police and Steuben County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of a child found in the water at Lake Arrowhead around 2:30 p.m. on Monday, June 3.The child was unresponsive when emergency personal arrived on scene, and immediate life-saving measures were attempted until medical personnel arrived.The child was pronounced dead by the Steuben County Coroner. Previous articleBabysitter facing charges in Kosciusko County toddler’s death pleads not guiltyNext articleOne dead, one injured in Kosciusko County crash 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan. Pinterest By 95.3 MNC – June 4, 2019 0 267
Editor’s Note: NASCAR Hall of Fame Voting Day is June 9. The announcement of the Class of 2021 will be made on Tuesday, June 16 on NBCSN’s NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (April 7, 2020) — NASCAR today announced the 15 nominees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021, introducing the Modern Era and Pioneer Ballots for the first time.The list includes five first-time NASCAR Hall of Fame nominees – three on the Modern Era Ballot and two on the Pioneer Ballot.Jeff Burton (21-time Cup Series winner), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (15-time Most Popular Driver) and Carl Edwards (28-time Cup winner) join seven previous nominees on the Modern Era Ballot. Three-time Cup champion crew chief Jake Elder and renowned car builder Banjo Matthews join three previous nominees on the Pioneer Ballot, designed to honor those whose careers began more than 60 years ago (prior to 1961 for the Class of 2021).The NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2021 will consist of two inductees from the list of Modern Era nominees and one from the list of Pioneer nominees – for a total of three new inductees in 2021.RELATED: Learn more about the new nominees | Photos of the nomineesJanet Guthrie returns as a Landmark Award nominee, rejoining Alvin Hawkins, Mike Helton, Dr. Joseph Mattioli and Ralph Seagraves. Potential Landmark Award recipients include competitors or those working in the sport as a member of a racing organization, track facility, race team, sponsor, media partner or being a general ambassador for the sport through a professional or non-professional role. Award winners remain eligible for NHOF enshrinement.The Modern Era Ballot and Landmark Award nominees were selected by the Nomination Committee, which consists of representatives from NASCAR and the NASCAR Hall of Fame, track owners from major facilities and historic short tracks. The new Honors Committee, largely comprised of all living Hall of Famers, Landmark Award winners and Squier-Hall Award winners, selected the Pioneer Ballot. Both committees’ votes were tabulated by accounting firm EY.Following are the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2021 nominees and Landmark Award nominees:Modern Era BallotNeil Bonnett, won 18 times in the NASCAR Cup Series, including consecutive Coca-Cola 600 victories Jeff Burton, won 21 times in the NASCAR Cup Series, including the Southern 500 and two Coca-Cola 600sDale Earnhardt Jr., 15-time NASCAR Cup Series Most Popular Driver and two-time Xfinity Series championCarl Edwards, winner of 28 NASCAR Cup Series races and 2007 Xfinity Series championHarry Gant, winner of 18 NASCAR Cup Series races, including two Southern 500 victoriesHarry Hyde, 1970 NASCAR Cup Series championship crew chiefLarry Phillips, first five-time NASCAR weekly series national championRicky Rudd, won 23 times in NASCAR Cup Series, including the 1997 Brickyard 400Kirk Shelmerdine, four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion crew chiefMike Stefanik, winner of record-tying nine NASCAR championshipsPioneer BallotJake Elder, three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion crew chiefRed Farmer, three-time NASCAR Late Model Sportsman champion; 1956 Modified championBanjo Matthews, built cars that won more than 250 NASCAR Cup Series races and three championshipsHershel McGriff, 1986 NASCAR West Series champion Ralph Moody, two-time NASCAR Cup Series owner champion as mechanical genius of Holman-MoodyLandmark AwardJanet Guthrie, the first female driver to compete in a NASCAR Cup Series superspeedway raceAlvin Hawkins, NASCAR’s first flagman; established NASCAR racing at Bowman Gray Stadium with Bill France Sr.Mike Helton, named third president of NASCAR in 2000; career included track operator roles at Atlanta Motor Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway Dr. Joseph Mattioli, founder of Pocono RacewayRalph Seagraves, formed groundbreaking Winston-NASCAR partnership as executive with R.J. Reynolds Tobacco CompanyMORE: Photos of current Hall of Fame members
This otter doesn’t need a sled like you and me to speed down the slopes.The Minnesota Zoo posted a video of their resident otter taking a belly-run down a hill after a blanket of snow fell.“Follow our river otter’s advice…when life gives you snow, go sledding!” said the video caption “Our animals are loving all this fresh powder!”The Facebook video has received almost 125,000 hits since published on February 3rd.SHARE the Fun…AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
Flying Over Sunset View All (6) Related Shows Jeremy Kushnier Robert Sella The new musical Flying Over Sunset, starring Carmen Cusack, Tony Yazbeck and Harry Hadden-Paton, begins previews on March 12 at Lincoln Center Theater’s Vivian Beaumont Theater. The world premiere production will officially open on April 16.Written and directed by James Lapine, with music by Tom Kitt and lyrics by Michael Korie, Flying Over Sunset is a work of fiction inspired by the lives of three real-life people—playwright, diplomat and congresswoman Clare Boothe Luce (Cusack), film legend Cary Grant (Yazbeck) and writer Aldous Huxley (Hadden-Paton)—each of whom in experimented with the drug LSD. At a crossroads in their lives the three come together, and under the influence of the drug, take a trip and confront the mysteries of their lives and their world.Rounding out the musical’s cast are Erika Henningsen, Jeremy Kushnier, Emily Pynenburg, Michele Ragusa, Robert Sella, Laura Shoop and Atticus Ware.Flying Over Sunset features music direction by Kimberly Grigsby and choreography by Michelle Dorrance, with scenic design by Beowulf Boritt, costume design by Toni-Leslie James, lighting design by Bradley King, sound design by Dan Moses Schreier, projection design by 59 Productions and orchestrations by Michael Starobin.The production is scheduled to play a limited engagement through June 28. Star Files Carmen Cusack from $97.00 Erika Henningsen Harry Hadden-Paton Harry Hadden-Paton, Carmen Cusack & Tony Yazbeck(Photo: Joan Marcus) Tony Yazbeck View Comments
February 15, 2011 Regular News F oreclosure defense training set for February 11 in Ft. Lauderdale A free foreclosure defense and consumer rights training for Florida Bar members will be held February 11 in Ft. Lauderdale, presented by Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, Inc. < p>Featuring James Kowalski and Lynn Drysdale, the full-day workshop from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., will include: < p>* Federal and state laws that govern mortgage origination; < p>* Understanding loan documents, origination and closing process; < p>* Serving problems and post-origination issues; < p>* Common law/state law causes of action and affirmative defenses; < p>* Drafting discovery/motion practice; < p>* Ethical discussions/considerations in foreclosure practice. < p>Attendees are required to take a pro bono case from their local legal aid organization. Seven (including one ethics) Florida Bar CLE credit hours have been approved.= < p>The location of the workshop is Hilton Garden Inn, 180 SW 18th Avenue, Dania Beach. To register go to http://surveygoldplus.com/s/1EFA9028AE084603/28.htm. < p>For more information, call Atheia Inman at (904) 356-8371, X377. Foreclosure defense training set for February 11 in Ft. Lauderdale
Delirium, or the medical term for experiencing sudden confusion, is upsetting for both older adults and their families. In fact, it is one of the most common complications older adults face after surgery (a time often referred to as the “post-operative” period). Researchers believe that older adults who have higher levels of “cognitive reserve” may have a better chance for reducing their chances of developing dementia–which theoretically could reduce the risks for developing delirium.One way to understand cognitive reserve is to think of your brain as a muscle. When you exercise a muscle, you strengthen it. Activities such as reading, playing computer games, singing, emailing and even knitting may act as “exercise” for your brain, “strengthening” it in a way that could help prevent dementia and delirium. A group of researchers from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NY, examined whether certain leisure activities known to reduce dementia risks could also reduce the risk of post-surgical delirium. They published their findings in the June issue of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.The researchers examined a group of 142 older adults who were scheduled for elective knee, hip, or spinal surgery. They determined whether or not the people participated in leisure activities such as reading books or newspapers, knitting, emailing, playing cards or other games, working on crossword puzzles, or joining in group meetings. Share on Facebook LinkedIn Email Share Pinterest Of those involved in the study, 32 percent developed post-operative delirium. Those who were diagnosed with delirium had participated in fewer leisure activities before surgery compared with people who didn’t experience delirium.Out of all the activities, reading books, using email, and playing computer games reduced the risk of delirium. Playing computer games and singing were the only two activities that predicted lower severity of delirium.The researchers reported that each additional day of participation in a leisure activity reduced post-operative delirium by 8 percent. According to the researchers, maintaining leisure activities later in life could be an important way to lessen the chances of developing delirium following surgery. This is important, since delirium increases an older adult’s risk for functional decline, dementia, and even mortality. What’s more, people with severe post-operative delirium are at greater risk for being institutionalized and for dying. Share on Twitter
Marco SernaFrom the Marco Serna for Congress Campaign:Española – Third Congressional District candidate Marco Serna has made public his position paper on Climate Change.While highlighting that climate change was very real and a threat to our survival, he rejects the “Green New Deal” proposed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and three of his opponents in the 2020 Democratic Primary.“I join with the National AFL-CIO in opposing the Green New Deal. If the 10-year plan was implemented, it would have a devastating effect on New Mexico’s economy and the state budget,” Serna said. “It has the potential of ruining our cattle and dairy industry and bankrupting many small businesses. Even more compelling is the fact that it would eliminate the $934 million of gas and oil revenue that pays for our education system. Before I support any proposal, I have to be assured that the best interests of New Mexicans are protected. As written, The Green New Deal is a disaster to New Mexico.”Serna stated that he supported the New Mexico Transaction Act passed by the legislature and signed into law by Gov. Lujan Grisham in 2019.Dubbed the “Mini Green New Deal,” Serna said, “This is the type of change that makes sense for New Mexico. By setting a goal of 100 percent carbon-free by 2045, we do our part in terms of climate change while protecting our economy and education system.”The national “Green New Deal” has a 10-year implementation period without providing any details about how oil and cattle producing states will be compensated. If enacted as written, it would devastate our economy and education system.Serna stated that he was in favor of many environmental initiatives, including: Rejoining the Paris Climate Change Accord;Funding of research for carbon capture and storage plants;Investing in solar, wind, nuclear and renewable energy;Encouraging reforestation and better forest practices;Help fund a geothermal energy program in New Mexico;Supports gradual moving away from fossil fuels; andOpposes fracking.“I am sure that many of my friends in the environmental movement will be upset with my decision to oppose the ‘Green New Deal’,” Serna said in closing. “To me it’s simple, without more details and assurances of mitigation costs, I refuse to support any proposal that will devastate New Mexico’s economy and education system.”