Assistant Professor of Sports Management and Marketing

first_imgThe Department of Management and Marketing at Carthage Collegeseeks applications for an Assistant Professor of Management &Marketing contract faculty appointment to begin August 2021.Candidates must be committed to excellent teaching, workingcollegially with fellow faculty, to community engagement, andfurther, cultivate Sports Industry partnerships. Candidate must beable to create Sports Industry experiential learning opportunitiesfor students in and out of the classroom. Involving students insports scholarship experiences is desired. A Ph.D. or DBA or nearcompletion with an emphasis in sports management from anAACSB-accredited program is required. Non-academic, Sports Industryexperience is strongly desired but not required. Rank and salarywill be determined based on qualifications and experience.The successful candidate will: (a) teach graduate business coursesin sports management; (b) lead or support teaching and/orsupporting the following graduate courses: (i) Sports Sales; (ii)Sports Industry, Economics & Financial Analysis; (iii)Management & Leadership in Sports; (iv) Sports Marketing,Public Relations & Promotion; (v) Sports Media (Digital &Traditional); (vi) Sports Business & Player Analytics; and(vii) Esports. Additionally, the candidate will be expected to: (c)serve as an adviser for undergraduate and graduate majors; and (d)participate in service activities for the department, the division,the college, industry, and/or the community.Review of applications will begin immediately and continue untilthe position is filled. Send a cover letter outlining primary andsecondary teaching areas, scholarly interests; curriculum vitae; astatement of teaching philosophy; approach for creating aninclusive learning environment; and provide three names ofreference as well as any other supporting documents. Theapplication packet should be in a single PDF file and should besent electronically to:Greg BarronDirector, Master of Science ProgramsAssistant Professor of Management and Marketing DepartmentCarthage CollegeKenosha, WI [email protected] For best consideration, applications should be received by December 1, 2020Institutional InformationFounded in 1847, Carthage College combines an environment ofreflection and self-discovery with a culture of high expectation,so that our students uncover and ignite their true potential. As afour-year private liberal arts college with roots in the Lutherantradition, we place a strong emphasis on both moral andintellectual values. Our prime location in Kenosha, Wisconsin,midway between Chicago and Milwaukee, allows students theopportunity to learn in a professional context. Our beautifulcampus, an 80-acre arboretum on the shore of Lake Michigan is hometo 150 scholars, 2,600 full-time students, and 400 part-timestudents. Our rich academic experience equips students withfoundational knowledge and skills, preparing graduates to belifelong learners and to lead meaningful, productive lives.Carthage College is an equal opportunity employer (EOE)dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse community.We welcome applications from a broad spectrum of people, includingmembers of ethnic minorities, women, veterans, and individuals withdisabilities. All qualified applicants will receive considerationfor employment without regard to race, color, religion,sex,gender expression, gender identity, sexualorientation,national origin, protected veteran status orstatus as an individual with a disability.last_img read more

A look ahead: Rain coming Wednesday, and in-depth stories in the…

first_img ×The rain in Bayonne falls mainly on the train. The rain in Bayonne falls mainly on the train. HUDSON COUNTY – You think Friday’s nor’easter was bad? Forecasters also predict a slushy mess this coming Wednesday. Click the upper right of hudsonreporter.com for local weather.Also, pick up your local print edition this weekend. We’ve done an in-depth report on how “fake news” impacts the local community – and how to fight back.You can fetch your print edition in Hoboken, Jersey City, Weehawken, West New York, Union City, and North Bergen on Saturday, or come to hudsonreporter.com Sunday to read the stories on line. Email us if you have suggestions or responses at [email protected], or leave a comment under the story.last_img

Unifine to target home bakers

first_imgUnifine Food & Bake Ingredients UK will be looking at potential opportunities in the retail market in the new year.Following the acquisition of the business by Dawn Foods in June, Unifine Food & Bake Ingredients UK told British Baker yesterday that the company’s eyes were opened and it wanted to reach more customers with its fine patisserie ingredients, including the ever-increasing home baking market.Simon Solway, managing director of Unifine, said: “Home baking is growing massively and we are looking more into opportunities in this area,” said Solway. “In addition, we are trying to find packers who can reduce the sizes of our products that would be more suitable to home baking demands. “Our retail presence is low, as we cater more towards wholesale, the craft bakers and larger organisations. But the home baking market is something that we cannot ignore and could help increase profits.”The European food ingredients company was taken over by the international family-owned bakery supplier six months ago, which will be fully intergrated into the American-based company next year. Dawn Foods now handles Unifine’s seven manufacturing sites, 10 sales offices in Europe and its brands Sucrea, Fruibel, Caullet and Dethmers.“We’ve been analysing who’s doing what – both our customers and markets – and the potential growth and attractiveness of these,” added Solway. “The acquisition presents a new range of possibilities to our customers and they are coming on a journey with us as two separate businesses. There’s no overlap between us and Dawn Foods and our customers have a good relationship with both companies.”Explaining what was in store for the company in 2012, Solway said that looking at market trends would be a key area for the business to develop.Solway said: “We’re open to new ideas and that is something we will be doing more of next year. We will be looking at new handmade decorations and exclusive high-tech ingredients as a result of this. We aim to launch new ingredient products every month, such as compounds, flavours and mixes that are innovative and affordable, giving us that edge on our competitors.”last_img read more

The Del McCoury Band, The Travelin’ McCourys, Del And Dawg, & More Announce 2017 Fall And Winter Tour

first_imgThis fall and winter, music fans will have a chance to experience numerous incarnations of the music of Del McCoury and family, as he launches his most extensive tour in more than 15 years. The 35-date run will feature a different configuration of the McCoury family each night and includes dates billed as The Del McCoury Band and Del and Dawg, plus shows by The Travelin’ McCourys, which includes sons Ronnie and Rob McCoury.For a string of dates starting on November 26 and running until December 9, fans will be treated to “Del: Get On The Bus” shows featuring Del in intimate rock clubs across the West Coast and Colorado. “There’s so many great places to play and hear music, I just can’t stop,” McCoury said of his passion for the road and namesake festival, DelFest, in a press release. “I always love hearing other people play, even if I don’t see myself playing their type of music, I never walk away without having learned something new.”Don’t miss this chance to see Del McCoury and the The Travelin’ McCourys at venues near you.[Photo: Mark Raker Photography]The Travelin’ McCourys Fall / Winter 2017 Tour Dates* Grateful Ball with Jeff Austin Band~ with Infamous Stringdusters^ City Jam (featuring the region’s best pickers)10/3/2017 – Rex Theater – Pittsburgh, PA *10/4/2017 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY *10/5/2017 – Ardmore Music Hall – Ardmore, PA *10/7/2017 – Festy Experience – Arrington, VA10/7/2017 – Chapman Cultural Center – Spartanburg, SC11/9/2017 – Madrid Theatre – Kansas City, MO ~11/10/2017 – Fine Line Music Café – Minneapolis, MN ~11/11/2017 – Gabe’s – Iowa City, IA11/12/2017 – Wooly’s – Des Moines, IA11/15/2017 – Woodlands Tavern – Columbus, OH11/16/2017 – Old Rock House – St. Louis, MO ^11/17/2017 – Canopy Club – Urbana, IL ^11/18/2017 – Bluebird Nightclub – Bloomington, IN ^11/19/2017 – Park West – Chicago, IL ^The Del McCoury Band Fall / Winter 2017 Tour Dates^ Del & Dawg# Del: Get On The Bus Dates10/6/2017 – 3 Sisters Music Festival – Chattanooga, TN10/7/2017 – Plaza Theatre – Glasgow, KY ^10/14/2017 – Weis Center for the Performing Arts – Lewisburg, PA10/19/2017 – Manship Theater – Baton Rouge, LA10/20/2017 – Paramount Theatre – Austin, TX10/21/2017 – Show Bloomin’ Bluegrass Festival – Farmers Branch, TX11/1/2017 – Harvester Performance Center – Rocky Mount, VA11/2/2017 – The Hamilton Live – Washington, DC11/3/2017 – Rams Head on Stage – Annapolis, MD11/4/2017 – The Liberty Showcase Theater – Liberty, NC11/26/2017 – Freight & Salvage – Berkeley, CA #11/27/2017 – Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. – Chico, CA #11/28/2017 – Humboldt Brews – Arcata, CA #11/29/2017 – Tower Theatre – Bend, OR#11/30/2017 – OK Theatre – Enterprise, OR #12/1/2017 – Aladdin Theater – Portland, OR #12/2/2017 – Triple Door – Seattle, WA #12/3/2017 – Rogue Theatre – Grants Pass, OR #12/6/2017 – Wheeler Opera House – Aspen, CO #12/7/2017 – Strings Music Festival – Steamboat Springs, CO #12/8/2017 – Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom – Denver, CO #12/9/2017 – Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom – Denver, CO #last_img read more

Students share Ugandan stories

first_imgWhile many Saint Mary’s and Notre Dame students spend a semester abroad in Europe and Australia, six Belles chose a less traditional location for their international studies: Uganda. These rising senior nursing and education students shared stories, photos and videos of their six-week summer experience in a capstone presentation Monday. The students stayed with the sisters of the Holy Cross in Kyarusozi, Uganda, and worked with the sisters in rural community’s school and health clinic. Using the phrasing of a popular Ugandan Coca-Cola advertisement that proclaims there are “a billion reasons to believe in Africa,” the students shared their personal reasons for believing in Uganda. After working in the Kymbogo Health Center in Kyarusozi, senior nursing student Joy Johnston said she believes in the country’s unique way of life. “Working with the staff [at the clinic], there was no stress,” Johnston said. “They don’t rush, but they do what they need to do.” She also described the differences in technology. “There is no technology. So if someone has an IV, they rely on gravity,” she said. Senior Cassie Fill, a nursing student, said she believes her time in Uganda changed her initial perception of African lifestyles. “Contrary to stereotypes … [Ugandans] are healthier than people think,” she said. “As I finished my first day, I realized I had stereotyped them.” Senior nursing student Genevieve Spittler said “the sheer beauty of the country” and its people was reason enough to believe in Africa, especially when she and the other students had the opportunity to assist in deliveries while working at the clinic. “To hear a child’s first breath is the most beautiful thing,” Spittler said. The three education students shared their experiences of working in Moreau Nursery and Primary School, which teaches children from the equivalent of preschool to fourth grade. Senior Jen Prather, an elementary education major, said the connection she made with people in Uganda and the other Saint Mary’s students defined her abroad experience. “My reason for believing in Africa is because of our faithful and spiritual bond [with one another],” she said. “We all had formed a new family together and it wasn’t just the six of us.” Senior Sarah Copi said she shared a similar feeling of community with the children she met. “They taught me more than I could ever teach them,” she said. Copi said the hospitality of the Ugandan people meant a great deal to her. “They taught us generosity. They were always willing to give and share even if they didn’t have a lot,” she said. Senior elementary education major Nora Quirk said her students displayed a willingness to learn and valued education highly. “Every day there would be at least ten students who did not want to leave,” she said. “Every child takes an active role in their education.” Quirk said she wants to bring that same enthusiasm into her future classroom. “I really want to make sure I instill that value in my students here in the United States,” she said. In addition to speaking about their experiences, the students sold jewelry and other crafts purchased at Maria’s Shop in Fort Portal, Uganda. The proceeds from these items will support the Kymbogo Health Center and Moreau Nursery and Primary school in Kyarusozi. The Uganda Summer Program is available to rising seniors majoring in nursing and education. Three students from each major are selected and receive seven academic credits for the program. Interested students can apply online through the Center of Women’s Intercultural Leadership on the Saint Mary’s website.last_img read more

The Infamous Stringdusters at Snowshoe Mountain

first_imgBRO is pretty darn excited for this weekend. First, we’ll be taking over Snowshoe Mountain Resort to ring in our 20th Anniversary with our snowbound readers and fans. Second, our good friends The Infamous Stringdusters are going to help us celebrate with some amazing performances Friday and Saturday nights. And best of all? We want you to stand in the crowd!Infamous StringdustersBlue Ridge Outdoors has a couple extra tickets that we’re just dying to give away. For your chance to win two tickets to see the Infamous Stringdusters for free on Saturday night at Snowshoe, comment on this page or on our Facebook post by 5 PM Thursday to tell us which outdoor athlete you’d want to share your second ticket with in a perfect world. Usain Bolt, Lindsay Vonn, your rock-climbing cat – anything goes. We’ll pick the best answer and send you on your way.Snow Shoe Mountain, West VirginiaBut whether or not you win, we still have plenty of fun in store. Join us at noon on Saturday on the snow near the Junction Restaurant for a meet-and-greet with the Stringdusters and to help celebrate BRO’s 20th anniversary. You may even get to hit the slopes with the band and check out how their skills on the snow compare to all that musical talent…The Infamous Stringdusters take bluegrass to new levels in a five-man band with a “groove-friendly” vibe. These guys have topped the charts at the International Bluegrass Music Association Awards since 2007, taking home titles for Emerging Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Entertainer of the Year. The Stringdusters also have a brand new album, Let It Go, to show off. Clearly, this evening will be one for the books.Blue Ridge Outdoors is ready to rock with the Infamous Stringdusters on the stage and down the slopes. Join us and the band for jam-packed weekend at Snowshoe!last_img read more

Vendors to credit unions: Focus on members, we’ll take care of the rest

first_img 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randy Salser Randy Salser was appointed President of NAFCU Services Corporation in October of 2013. He comes to the credit union industry with over 15 years of executive-level experience in the areas … Web: www.nafcu.org/nafcuservices Details Credit unions have done an amazing job of serving their members through the COVID-19 pandemic. From skip-a-pays to loan payment deferrals to emergency loans, you’ve been there for your members, demonstrating our people-helping-people mantra.Very often, credit unions are able to remain laser-focused on serving their members, because someone has your back. Your board members. Your community. Your business partners. Collaboration with business partners helped credit unions through the fallout of the pandemic and as we move forward.While no one saw COVID-19 coming– nor its vast psychological, social, or economic impact –until it was too late, many of the companies that support credit unions have been working diligently to help keep credit unions up and running through these challenging times. For example…Central Willamette CU was able to stand up cloud services from AWS in a day when the full effect of coronavirus was becoming known–from Virtual Desktop, which allowed staff to work from home, to Amazon Chime, that allowed for digital communication and collaboration. Joey Rudisill, CIO for the credit union, said he loved the data, quick charting and analysis capabilities of Amazon Quick Site, which helped in the short-term, but also set the credit union up for the future.One of the most critical pieces of member service during a crisis is clear, consistent communications. Total Expert Founder & CEO Joe Welu explained that credit unions must consider what they can do to help members regain control of their financial picture. When 83% are scared that COVID-19 will negative affect them and information is changing all the time, their credit union can be the calm in the storm through its communications. Welu conveyed that his company moved swiftly to build a rapid deployment of its data and technology solution to help credit unions educate and inform their members through the crisis, even while branch access was limited or closed.In times of crisis, there are inevitably bad actors who are going to take advantage. Mastercard Senior Managing Consultant Katie Steel shared that her No. 1 recommendation for handling claims and charge backs, is a streamlined, clean intake of the claim with a centralized team working through what’s true fraud versus something like buyers’ remorse. But that’s not always feasible, so equip the people who will be doing any intake (call center or branch rep) with the appropriate training, a strong recognition script, and decision matrix, including identifying relevant transaction elements. Bonus: Since mid-April, CUs can choose to go to arbitration under Mastercard’s rules rather than the merchant controlling the final steps of the process.The SBA Payroll Protection Program was a massive undertaking that moved forward very swiftly; and despite the problems, FIS EVP Rob Lee said that in that context, it actually functioned pretty well. FIS was on the frontline of helping credit unions and other financial institutions handle the massive transaction flow into SBA’s E-Tran System to push through PPP loan applications for small business applicants. Because the company was already working with SBA lenders, it was able to pivot quickly to get money back in small businessowners’ and their employees’ pockets. FIS culled down the intensive process to just 10 minutes for clients that automated it.Patch. Patch. Patch. That was the clear message to credit unions from DefenseStorm’s CISO Bob Thibodeaux. Credit unions should have an ongoing process in place to scan all infrastructure to determine the greatest vulnerabilities and then analyze that data.  Don’t wait too long to patch critical vulnerabilities – no longer than 90 days, but if you have to: prioritize. From there, follow standards and frameworks. Thibodeaux highly recommends taking advantage of free membership from the Center for Internet Security.With so many working remotely, Brian Bodell, AdvantEdge Analytics’ vice president of product management, advised credit unions on a number of must-haves to ensure security of member data. For example, using only company-issued devices for work activities and ensuring the security of home WiFi networks. Simple things like sharing a screen on a video conference can cause problems, so he cautioned to always count to five first to ensure all screens with sensitive data are closed. Additionally, employees should be mindful of their privacy to keep personal information or images to themselves. Finally, always be on guard against cyberthreats. And Allied Solutions continues to deliver new research and insights on risk mitigation and fraud protection—including up-to-the-minute alerts on the latest scams. CEO Pete Hilger and his team have been coming to market with a constant flow of new products and services to help credit unions and their members protect themselves.   Based on the efforts of the companies featured, a few things become clear. The future is melding the human and the digital worlds for comprehensive member service, whether in economic prosperity or crisis. The only way to get there is with precision expertise and knowledge that few credit unions, if any, can achieve on their own. Collaboration with the many CUSOs and vendors will help your credit union fill the gaps with domain knowledge and innovation.NAFCU’s Preferred Partners are constantly investing in next-gen technology, cutting-edge products, and innovative campaigns to help credit unions thrive. To learn more, register for our upcoming 2020 Partner Innovation Spotlight, July 8, 2020 from 2:00-4:00 PM EST. This virtual event will include keynote addresses from NAFCU President Dan Berger, Co-Founder of CUInsight Randy Smith, and CEO of Neural Payments Mick Oppy. See quick and informative demonstrations from our trusted partners on their innovative solutions, enjoy networking opportunities via social media, and much more. Complementary registration is required to attend.last_img read more

Nicky Hunt: Former Bolton defender hospitalised with head injury as Darlington match abandoned | Football News

first_img– Advertisement – “We would like to thank the excellent care and prompt action which was taken by the physios of both clubs, and the Darlington FC safety staff and stewards.“Our thoughts are with Nicky and his family. We will update everybody when we can.”The game was abandoned by referee Adam Williamson with the score at 2-0, and the league will have to decide whether the result stands or a replay is required.- Advertisement – Nicky Hunt of Bolton runs with the ball during a pre season friendly match between Borussia Moenchengladbach and Bolton Wanderers at the Borussiapark stadium on July 25, 2009 in Monchengladbach, GermanyImage:Hunt played for Bolton for nine years between 2001 and 2010 Former Bolton defender Nicky Hunt was taken to hospital with a serious head injury as Darlington’s game with Boston was abandoned on Tuesday night.The 37-year-old was knocked unconscious following a collision with an opposition player in the build-up to Boston’s second goal in the 87th minute of the National League North match.- Advertisement – However, the scoreline was of secondary importance to those involved at Blackwell Meadows.Hunt’s former Bolton team-mate Kevin Davies has since tweeted: “Hoping for some positive news regarding my good mate Nicky Hunt in the morning.”Other EFL and non-League clubs have also posted messages of support for the veteran defender.Hunt played for Bolton in the Premier League for nine years between 2001 and 2010 during a highly successful period for the Trotters, primarily under Sam Allardyce.He has since played for several EFL clubs, including Bristol City, Accrington, Mansfield, Leyton Orient and Crewe, before signing for Darlington in the summer. He was taken to hospital by ambulance at around 11pm after being treated on the pitch for more than an hour by club physios and medical staff.Darlington later issued a statement, which said: “We would like to update you on the serious injury to Darlington defender Nicky Hunt.“Following an incident on the field near the end of the match, Nicky was left unconscious and needed lengthy treatment for a head injury from the physios of both clubs and medical staff. He was taken to hospital at 11pm by ambulance. – Advertisement –last_img read more

Letters to the Editor for Thursday, March 28

first_imgRabbi Cutler worthy of community praiseAs a 97-year-old member of Congregation Gates of Heaven (oldest man in the synagogue), I feel well-qualified to celebrate Rabbi Matthew Cutler as an outstanding community leader.Over his 24 years’ of service at Temple Gates, Rabbi Cutler emerged as one of the strongest and most visible clergy leaders in the Capital District. His ecumenical work is well known. He’s a much sought-after speaker and teacher in the area. He’s one of the founders of the interfaith conference, Schenectady Clergy Against Hate, a group dedicated to cross religious and cultural lines and foster healthier dialogue to build a strong community. She suggests that one American who dies at the hands of an illegal immigrant is one too many. Then she contradicts herself by gladly offering the physical whereabouts of any Democrat or liberal, as well as disarming their means of security. Apparently they are not included in her “one too many” worth saving.The immigrant policies currently implemented at the border are both cruel and inhumane. Any policy that rips children from their parents with no news of when and how they will meet again is unAmerican. These are children, not political affiliations. We’re all honor-bound in a sane society to protect kids everywhere. How about some kindness? People with anger, fear and bigotry are far more dangerous than 99 percent of the immigrant population looking to us for a better life, much like our ancestors did years ago.“Every man’s death diminishes me, for I involved in mankind”  including Democrats and liberals, and all humans sharing this planet.Connie CartwrightScotia Rabbi Cutler serves on the board of Bethesda House, which is working to help the poor and the homeless in our area.On October 29, 2018, Rabbi Matt hosted a standing-room-only event at Gates of Heaven to remember the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre.Schenectady Clergy Against Hate speakers of several religious leaders included American Sikhs, Islamic Center, Union College, Schenectady Interfaith, African-American churches and several others.Rabbi Cutler is not only creative and innovative within the congregation, but believes in and practices outreach.Ted VinickSchenectady Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionFear and bigotry are dangerous qualitiesI’m curious what could possibly have given Bonnie Decker, in her Feb. 28 letter, the right to accuse all Democrats and liberals of “hating America.”Does she know them all and what’s in their hearts? That’s a very sweeping, inaccurate, bigoted, ridiculous thing to say based in no known reality at all.She has obviously been drinking from the cup that’s being passed around made up of fear, anger and irrationality, much like the followers of cult leaders, the ultra-right and Fox News pundits. Don’t trust Dems to pass major reformsIn response to the March 20 Gazette article, “9 fund-raisers in just 1 night,” I believe that the state’s Democrats “will enact campaign and ethics reforms.” I also believe in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy.Paul ButlerNiskayunaMore from The Daily Gazette:Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusCuomo calls for clarity on administering vaccineFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homeslast_img read more

Louis Dreyfus Unveils First SOV for Ørsted

first_imgLouis Dreyfus Armateurs (LDA) has launched its service operation vessel (SOV) Wind of Change destined to operate for Ørsted.Source: Louis Dreyfus ArmateursThe 83m long vessel will be used for O&M work on the Borkum Riffgrund 1 & 2 and Gode Wind 1 & 2 offshore wind farms in Germany.Wind of Change is being built at the Cemre shipyard in Turkey, where it has now entered the final construction phase with delivery expected early in 2019.The SOV has a draught summer of 5m and features diesel-electric propulsion and dynamic positioning (DP2). It is capable of accommodating more than 60 wind farm technicians.In April, Ørsted ordered another SOV from the France-based LDA which will be used for its Hornsea Project Two offshore wind farm in the UK. The vessel will also be manufactured at the Cemre shipyard, with delivery scheduled for 2021.The 450MW Borkum Riffgrund 2 offshore wind project comprises 56 MHI Vestas turbines which delivered first power to the grid this August. It is located next to the 312MW Borkum Riffgrund 1 commissioned in 2015.Located some 45km off the coast of Lower Saxony, the 582MW Gode Wind 1 & 2 has been in operation since 2017. The wind farm comprises 97 Siemens 6MW turbines, making it one of the largest offshore wind projects in Germany.last_img read more