Adjunct Nursing Faculty

first_imgJob Responsibilities:The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina is establishinga pool of applicants to fill potential temporary adjunct nursingfaculty positions for the upcoming semester and beyond to teachlabs for Health Assessment. The syllabus and learning experiencesare already designed and in place by the faculty member ofrecord.Minimum Qualifications:The individual must have basic physical assessment skills and aMaster’s Degree in Nursing and recent acute care experience.Advertised: Aug 05 2019 Eastern Daylight TimeApplications close:last_img

Mini cakes target treat occasions

first_imgCountry Range has launched a line of frozen mini cakes designed for foodservice operators.Cases of five of each of the following desserts are available: chocolate eclairs, finger doughnuts, fruit scones, Black Forest muffins, carrot cakes, chocolate brownies, custard slices and cream slices. The firm said additional sweet and savoury lines will also be introduced throughout the year.Martin Ward, Country Range brand manager, said: “The mini cakes provide a wonderful selection of bite-size treats, suitable for anything from coffee breaks at business meetings to the perfect afternoon tea accompaniment.”last_img

New Musical Waterfall, Inspired by Thai Novel, Eyes Broadway

first_img Additional information, including complete cast, creative team and theater, will be announced later. Waterfall, a new musical romance set in pre-World War II Bangkok and Tokyo, is eyeing Broadway. The tuner comes from the writing team of composer David Shire and lyricist Richard Maltby, Jr. The Tak Viravan-helmed production will play The Pasadena Playhouse in June 2015 and Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre that fall before a move to the Great White Way in 2016. Thai singer Bie Sukrit Wisetkaew is set to lead the cast, and Dan Knechtges will choreograph. Wisetkaew appeared in a developmental workshop production of the musical opposite Sierra Boggess. His theatrical credits include Behind the Painting and Rainbow in the Night. He has released six solo albums that have led to multiple chart-topping hits. According to The New York Times, Boggess is no longer attached to the project. Based on the Thai novel Behind the Painting by Sriburapha, Waterfall follows a young Thai student who falls in love with the American wife of a Thai diplomat. The story of their forbidden love parallels history as the new democracy of Siam moves into the vortex of the increasingly anti-American Japan. View Commentslast_img read more

Jon M. Chu May Helm In the Heights Film

first_img View Comments Jon M. Chu(Photo: Andrew Cowie/AFP) The In the Heights movie is starting to shape up. Jon M. Chu is in early talks to helm the big screen adaptation of the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical, according to Variety.Pulitzer Prize winner Quiara Alegría Hudes, who wrote the book for the 2008 Tony-winning musical, is at work on a screenplay adaptation. Plans for Weinstein to produce the film were reported in May. Miranda will also produce, as will Scott Sanders.Chu is no stranger to showcasing big numbers and dance moves on screen, having helmed Step Up 2: The Streets and Step Up 3D. His additional credits include the Justin Bieber concert documentaries Never Say Never and Believe, Jem and the Holograms and Now You See Me 2.In the Heights opened at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (coincidentally the home of Hamilton as well) in 2008 and marked Miranda’s Broadway debut. The show won five Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Score for Miranda, who was also nominated for his performance.last_img read more

Sanders announces funds for Vermont-grown food

first_imgSenator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) today announced two grants totaling $165,555 for the Green Mountain Farm Direct and the Northeast Organic Farming Association to expand access to locally-produced food for Vermont seniors, low-income families and others.‘These worthwhile projects will increase Vermonters’ access to fresh, healthy, locally-produced foods,’ Sanders said.Green Mountain Farm Direct in Newport, Vt., is slated to receive $97,029 to build a mobile farmers market that will deliver fresh foods to senior meal sites, low-income housing sites, and community centers throughout Essex and Orleans Counties. The mobile market ‘ a big bus equipped with refrigeration and a prep kitchen ‘ will travel to local farms to buy food and make deliveries to senior meal sites, low-income housing facilities, and community centers throughout the region.The Northeast Organic Farming Association based in Richmond, Vt., will receive $68,526 to expand the use of debit cards and electronic benefit cards at Vermont farmers markets. The project already has helped 37 farmers markets throughout the state. The additional funding will expand the project to eight more markets. Roadside farm stands also could be added to the project.Sanders’ strong backing helped Vermont win the funds through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farmers Market Promotion program. WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 ‘ Senator Bernie Sanderslast_img read more

Slaying the sludge monster

first_imgHe’s covered in sticky tentacles of frustration, endless inescapable globs of pointless paperwork, ridiculous rules, and cruel barbs of rejection and fees. The Sludge Monster is clogging up your membership growth, and he’s costing your credit union members and money left and right.So what is sludge, anyway? Sludge is anything that creates friction, frustration, bad vibes, or negative outcomes. Sludge slows everything down, and keeps people from completing tasks.In a credit union, sludge keeps people from getting loans, from opening accounts, and from bringing more of their business to your credit union. It can even sludge up your brand by making people feel ashamed, uncomfortable, or taken advantage of.Sludge is riskIn the credit union world, a lot of sludge is there through some misguided attempt at reducing risk – “if we ask for shoe size and a haiku on our loan apps, we won’t have as many defaults.”The problem is that every added slug of sludge also increases a few other kinds of risk. The most obvious risk is that the member will give up or make a mistake. Sludge is also a significant brand risk, making you seem old-fashioned, overly suspicious, or elitist. After all, didn’t they just see a commercial about a place that can approve a mortgage in a few minutes from their phone? So why is this car loan taking so long? Is someone back there using chisels on stone tablets?Leading the sludge slaughter is Marketing’s jobIf you’re a credit union marketer, you’re also responsible for your credit union’s brand. And being a good brand steward means going to bat for your members. Point out sludge where you see it. Ask “why” when you see something sludgy.It also means you have to get comfortable getting nosy in areas that don’t “belong” to marketing. Lots of sludge comes from moldy old processes, outdated products, and pointless policies. Part of your job is to find and manage these risks. Desludgification doesn’t always mean expensive or high-techSome sludge is there because of cost. If you’re hanging on to an ancient brand, a clunky website or lame online banking because of the cost to upgrade or exit a contract, take another look. That fusty old-fashioned reputation is probably costing you a lot more in the long run than the dollars and cents you’re “saving.”But desludging doesn’t necessarily mean spending a lot of money. And technology isn’t a cure-all for sludge. Sometimes desludging just takes  a few policy updates, or rearranging schedules, or rethinking a cumbersome process or product.To give just one example: the most popular days to visit a dealership and buy a car are Saturday and Sunday. Guess when most credit unions are closed and incommunicado?What would it take to do some creative scheduling, streamline your processes, and tweak a few policies to grab all those car loans you’re missing? The tech doesn’t matter much if you can make loans in minutes instead of Monday.Desludging pays off for everyoneWhile you’re saving your members all that time, frustration, and money you’re also saving your staff frustration and time. That frees them up to listen more, learn more, get to know their members, and give more meaningful service.In other words, credit union staff also suffer from every sludge. A “no sludge” culture leads to happier, more empowered staff and less wasted time. And that leads inevitably to happier members.Get out there, get nosy, and start your sludge hunt today! 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Brian Wringer Former watermelon farmer Brian Wringer wears several hats for iDiz Incorporated, including Web Projects Manager, Wordsmith, and Big Idea Guy. He builds better credit unions by day and weird old … Web: Detailslast_img read more

Hilaria Baldwin Is Staying ‘Positive’ After Broken Ankle Injury

first_img“We had a baby last night,” she captioned a photo of the now-2-month-old infant. “He is perfect and we couldn’t be happier 🌟. “In addition to Eduardo, Hilaria and Alec, 62, share Carmen, 7, Rafael, 5, Leonardo, 4, and Romeo 2. The 30 Rock alum is also a father to Ireland Baldwin, whom he shares with ex-wife Kim Basinger.In April, the “Mom Brain” podcast host revealed that she was expecting Eduardo after facing a heartbreaking pregnancy loss in November 2019. She had previously experienced another miscarriage in April 2019.Ouch! Hilaria Baldwin Is Staying ‘Positive’ After Broken Ankle InjuryHilaria Baldwin. MediaPunch/Shutterstock- Advertisement – Hilaria has been very vocal about the challenges with infertility. In January, she penned an essay for Glamour about her grieving process after losing two babies.“During this pain, I knew that I needed to feel better. I needed to heal. I had to — for my babies, my husband, my loved ones, and myself,” she wrote at the time. “When you feel so sad, you just want to crumble, and it is hard to be your own advocate — but you must be. I had to tell myself that I deserved to heal and to be happy again. This lesson became my mantra. Processing and going through grieving was important, but I didn’t have to be condemned to a life of emotional punishment and suffering.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! Accidents happen. Hilaria Baldwin revealed that she suffered an ankle injury while going on a run.On Monday, November 16, Baldwin opened up about what led to her injury and how she is working toward her recovery.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – “I broke my ankle yesterday because, you know … 2020. I went for a run and a car passed fast on this patch or [sic] road with no shoulder where there was a berm,” the Spain native, 36, wrote via Instagram, sharing a photo of herself resting in bed while breast-feeding son Eduardo. “I ran up on to the berm to avoid the car and as I was returning to the road, I fell and broke my ankle. It was silly and I’m frustrated and sad … but I’m determined to be positive and heal as quickly as possible.”Ouch! Hilaria Baldwin Is Staying ‘Positive’ After Broken Ankle InjuryCourtesy of Hilaria Baldwin/InstagramBaldwin continued, “It’s hard because I can’t carry my babies — amongst so many other things. Reminder: if you are on a country road: don’t speed and please slow down around runners, bikers, children and go around. It’s worth the extra few seconds it takes you 🤍. Thank you to John … the kind man who stopped and helped me up from the road and waited with me until Alec came — forever grateful 💫 .”Despite her injury, 2020 hasn’t been all bad for Baldwin. The Living Clearly author welcomed her fifth child with husband Alec Baldwin in September.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Austal Starts Building New Trimaran Ferry for JR Kyushu

first_imgAustralian shipbuilder Austal has launched the construction of a new trimaran ferry for Japan-based JR Kyushu.The 83-meter-long vessel, to be named Queen Beetle, would be in service between South Korea and Japan in time for the 2020 summer Olympics, according to the shipbuilder.With a capacity for 502 passengers and an operational speed of 37 knots, the new ferry will service JR Kyushu Jet Ferry’s route between Fukuoka, Japan and Busan, South Korea.The unit would be built at Austal’s shipyard in Henderson, Western Australia, where it was developed at the company’s centre of excellence in maritime design.“This vessel configuration was first developed by Austal and has been shown to reduce sea sickness in heavy seas by around 80%. As a result the trimaran hull form is becoming increasingly popular with the high speed passenger ferry industry,” David Singleton, Austal CEO, said.last_img read more

C.W. “Bill” Soendlin, age 78

first_imgC.W. “Bill” Soendlin, age 78 of Greensburg, IN passed away Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at Decatur County Memorial Hospital. Born November 26, 1938 in Decatur Co., IN, Jackson Township, he was the son of Karl Soendlin & May (Bokelman) Richter. The 1956 graduate of Napoleon High School married Janice Larrison on June 6, 1964 at the New Point Christian Church.Bill worked 38 years for the Peoria & Eastern, NY Central, Penn Central, Conrail & CSX Railroad. He served his country in the US Air Force from 1956 – 1964. He was a member of the American Legion Post 129 in Greensburg and the Retired Railroaders Group. Bill enjoyed politics and served as the Salt Creek Township Trustee from 1978 -1986 and was on the Rossburg Cemetery Board. Bill was a member of the New Point Christian Church where he was a past elder & deacon and the Greensburg Christian Church.   He loved his church and was very active in missions.He enjoyed bowling, was an avid Reds fan, loved railroading and was a lifelong Rail Buff. He and his wife loved to travel and have been to all 50 states plus Canada. They celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary by going on a cruise to Alaska. He was an active member of the Greensburg Senior Citizens and the Greensburg & Batesville YMCA .Bill is survived by his wife of 52 years, Janice Soendlin, his sons Deron Soendlin (Rhonda) of Germantown Hills, IL, David Soendlin (Carrie) of Greensburg, IN and Dyar Soendlin (Sheryl) of Greensburg, IN. He will also be missed by his grandchildren Katelynn Giraldo (Camilo), Bradley Soendlin and Drew, Claire & Logan Soendlin and his siblings Richard Soendlin (Rebecca) of Indianapolis, IN and Donna Swigart (Bill) of Rushville, IN and several nieces & nephews. He will be truly missed by his family and friends.Visitation will be Friday, January 27, 2017 from 4-8pm at Meyers Funeral Home, Batesville, IN and Saturday, January 28, 2017 from 10am – 11am at New Point Christian Church. Services will start at 11am on Saturday with Mark Vice officiating. Burial will follow services in Rossburg Cemetery with military graveside rites. Memorials are suggested to American Heart Assoc., New Point Christian Church Mission Fund or First Christian Church in Greensburg Mission Fund c/o Meyers Funeral Home, P. O. Box 202, Batesville, IN 47006. Online condolences at www.meyersfuneralhomes.comlast_img read more