Monthly Archives: August 2021

Every Biennial Louisville Photo Event You May Attend This Year

The Photo Biennale has been around since 1999. What was once a dream of former Artemisia owner Erin Devine was almost lost until Paul Paletti stepped in and took the helm. Today, despite the setbacks of the pandemic, Paletti has found a way to move the Biennale forward – with the cooperation of many people and organizations. This year, the ...

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James Cottrill Obituary (2021) – Washington Court House, OH

James Eugene Cottrill, 72, of Alliance, Ohio, died at 8:35 p.m. on August 28, 2021 at Alliance Community Hospital after a long illness. He was born on December 15, 1948 in Greenfield, Ohio, to Paul Lewis Cottrill and Dorothy June (Hurtt) Cottrill. He grew up on the family farm in Washington Courthouse, Ohio, with his younger brother and sister. Jim ...

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Leaders of Nonprofits Create Black Executive Director Alliance of Detroit to Empower Each Other, Youth

DETROIT – Black executives came together to create a new alliance to empower themselves and empower young people. They are executive directors of several nonprofit organizations in Detroit. Their nonprofits are all designed to help children. “We were having conversations and just talking about the lack of support for the well-being of the city’s black executive directors and then long-term ...

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Westfield special education student wins college scholarship

New Jersey Alliance of Private Special Education Schools press release: August 27, 2021 Rory Scialabba, a Westfield resident and a graduate of Calais School in Whippany, is one of two recipients of the Joe Gorga Fellowship, awarded by the Alliance of Private Special Education Schools of New Jersey. The Alliance is a nonprofit group of 40 state-approved private special education ...

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Column: Another earthquake leaves college football faltering | national

The Southeastern Conference is growing and, in a way, getting even stronger. Three other great conferences have formed an alliance, whatever that means. And the Big 12 is a walking dead man. After a period of relative stability, college football is entering a new season faltering with aftershocks from another major earthquake. Even Nostradamus wouldn’t be willing to guess how ...

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Magnetic tape shipments decline in 2020, future growth expected

Fujifilm LTO 8 Tape Fujifilm LTO 8 Tape The LTO program has released information on LTO tape shipments in 2020. The reported compressed media shipping capacities (1.5: 1.0 compression) were 105.2 EB in 2020, down from about 7%. , 7% compared to 114 EBs shipped in 2019. The press release indicates that the real GDP growth rate declined by around ...

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The Big Ten, Pac 12, and the ACC Alliance are official (sort of)

On Tuesday, the Big Ten, Pac 12 and ACC conferences officially formed an alliance in hopes of shaping the future of college football. The announcement follows the departure of two historic Big 12 Conference programs, the University of Texas and the University of Oklahoma, to join the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The trio of commissioners held a joint press conference after ...

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Big Ten, ACC and Pac-12 officially announce alliance for football and basketball programming and more

COLUMBUS, Ohio – There is no signed document linking the Big Ten, Atlantic Coast, and Pacific-12 conferences to the alliance they officially announced on Tuesday. Pac-12 commissioner George Klivakoff described the collaboration as “an agreement between three gentlemen” – himself, ACC commissioner Jim Phillips and Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren. All three said the need to collaborate on common interests ...

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ACC, BIG TEN AND PAC-12 ANNOUNCE A HISTORIC ALLIANCE

GREENSBORO, NC & ROSEMONT, IL & SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12 today announced a historic alliance that will bring together 41 world-class institutions around a collaborative approach surrounding the future evolution of varsity athletics and programming. The alliance – which has been unanimously supported by the presidents, chancellors and sports directors of the 41 institutions ...

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Scotland needs to think carefully about whether NATO is a military alliance for us

George Kerevan’s provocative article yesterday lives up to his usual high standards by spurring the wider Yes movement to debate, both within itself and with the people of Scotland, what kind of position Scotland should take in multilateral defense given its unique geopolitical place in north-eastern Europe. It must be said that some conservative voices, basically within the current leadership ...

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Laura Crossey of UNM promoted to Distinguished Professor

Professor Laura Crossey’s interest in planetary science at the University of New Mexico dates back to her childhood memory of watching the first steps on the moon on her grandmother’s black and white television in Illinois. Today, she has over 150 peer-reviewed publications and is a Distinguished Professor – the highest title the faculty can have – in the Department ...

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Union reaches deal to preserve Willow Grove through relocation

The CFMEU has entered into an agreement with the Government of New South Wales on the preservation of the heritage of Willow Grove and St Georges Terrace. The union is aware that government contractors have started dismantling the non-heritage aspects of the building. St George’s Terrace and Willow Grove were originally intended for complete demolition. The success of the Green ...

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Student organizations every UMKC student should know about

Whether you are a new student or a current student at UMKC, it can be shocking to learn that UMKC has 300 student organizations. The variety of student organizations ranges from multicultural groups to recreation with many of them. A full list of UMKCs is available here. Here is a small sample of student organizations that students should consider joining: ...

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USM Museum of Art Call for entries: Little Things Matter Sculpture Exhibition – Picayune Item

The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) Museum of Art has announced a call for nominations for Little Things Matter: National Juried Small-Scale Sculpture Exhibition, with a jury by George Beasley. This exhibition features small-scale sculptures made by artists from across the United States. Artists 18 years of age or older are invited to submit nominations of original works created within ...

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How will Tesla’s autopilot investigation impact its inventory?

IInvestors have bet that Tesla’s (NASDAQ: TSLA) lead in autonomous driving technology – one of the most powerful trends in the auto market – will help shape the future of transportation. However, the company’s popular driver assistance feature, Autopilot, has come under increasing regulatory scrutiny this week, with the National Highway Traffic Safety and Administration (NHTSA) noting that it is ...

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Three countries have offered to help Afghan refugees, but US flights have yet to arrive

SKOPJE, North Macedonia – Three Balkan countries have offered to help desperate Afghans, but no refugees have flown on US flights. As thousands continue to crowd around Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport, officials from North Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania – neighboring Balkan countries whose populations have themselves suffered violence – said last week that they had offered to temporarily host ...

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Nevada groups focus on climate impact on diverse communities

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Several Nevada organizations led by women of color have come together to shed light on how low-income and diverse communities in the state are disproportionately affected by climate change and pollution . Advocacy groups create website, Breathefreenv.com, which aims to raise awareness about climate change and the actions that can be taken to reduce pollution and ...

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Main key players in the camp management software market: Active Network, CampMinder, SofterWare, Regpack, Adasoft India, Amilia Enterprises, CampBrain, CampSite, CircuiTree, COGRAN SYSTEMS, etc.

Introduction: The valuation report offers a comprehensive review of the fundamental areas that contribute a colossal share of companies’ share, as well as an assessment of the most recent models and market drivers that anticipate a monstrous share in improving the market. in these areas. The new report on Camp Management Software Market contains a market assessment of a few ...

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Former British Prime Minister Blair denounces West’s “dangerous abandonment” of Afghanistan

LONDON (AFP) – Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who in 2001 dragged Britain into war in Afghanistan alongside the United States, on Saturday condemned their “abandonment” of the country as “dangerous” and ” useless “. In his first public comments on the crisis since the collapse of the Afghan government last weekend, Blair criticized the US motives for the ...

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Seeno Companies to Be New Lead Developer for Concord Naval Weapons Station

CONCORD – In a split vote, city council on Saturday gave a group of developers, including the controversial Seeno Companies, an exclusive chance to possibly oversee one of the most ambitious real estate developments in East history Bay. The board voted 3-2 to enter into an exclusive trading deal with Seeno Companies, Discovery Builders, Inc., Lewis Group of Companies and ...

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Calls from college professors for mask and vaccination warrants are getting louder and louder.

Only a few weeks before the start of the school year, professors and students from several universities are … [+] insisting that their campuses impose stricter protections against the spread of the coronavirus. getty In the past two weeks alone, professors at a number of colleges and universities have started to rally and call on their institutions to institute stricter ...

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Guest Room Software Market Revolutionary Opportunities 2027 – The Manomet Current

Detailed overview of parent market provides insight into developments Guest Room Software Market industry dynamics and in-depth segmentation of the Guest Room Software market. It also offers historical, current and projected market size with respect to volume and value along with recent industry trends and developments in the Guest Room Software Market. The report also provides information on competitive landscape ...

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Melanie Santiago-Mosier appointed Deputy Director of the Clean Energy Group and the Clean Energy States Alliance

Respected leader to bring solar and energy justice expertise to two national non-profit organizations Vermont Business Magazinee Clean energy group (CEG), a national non-profit advocacy organization focused on building a just and clean energy transition, announced that Melanie Santiago-Mosier will join CEG and its sister organization, the Clean Energy Alliance of States (CESA), as Deputy Director in mid-September 2021. Santiago-Mosier ...

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Pilot food distribution program ends | News, Sports, Jobs

Workers and volunteers fill cartons with bread, milk, canned goods and local produce before distributing the meal kits to youth in Maui and Lanai. Photos of BRYAN BERKOWITZ To address food insecurity among the keiki of Maui and Lanai, a pilot food distribution program delivered 4,200 cartons of groceries this summer, which was enough for 56,400 meals. With the help ...

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Infostretch collaborates with INDIASHIELD for covid assistance across India

Infostretch has created a software platform that connects volunteers and support partners with those in need As part of its philanthropic Ignite program, Infostretch has partnered with INDIASHIELD to support the expansion of its citizen-led COVID assistance services across India. The service is run entirely by volunteers (currently a team of over 500 people involved), all of whom aim to ...

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Sandwiched between superpowers: Is Hong Kong just a pawn in US-Chinese rivalry, reports Pana Janviroj in two-part series finale

The United States and China are unlikely to undermine Hong Kong’s position as the world’s leading financial center in their struggle for power and influence in the region, according to leading academics from both countries. Dr Richard Weixing Hu, dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Macau, said that although the stakes are very high for ...

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Carnation Festival lunch honors community members for their service

ALLIANCE – Artist Ron Moore Jr. told an audience that art can help people overcome hardships at the Grand Alliance Carnation Festival community lunch on Saturday. “Art was my way of escaping,” he said. The 1986 Alliance High School graduate was the keynote speaker at the event, which took place at the Hoover-Price Campus Center at Mount Union University. Following: ...

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In Jersey City, progressives band together to face Team Fulop

If you are going to face the big kids in the neighborhood, it is worth having friends by your side. This appears to be the strategy of a group of candidates from Jersey City challenging the slate of candidates led by Mayor Steven Fulop. A first indication of this informal alliance came on July 27 when Council general candidate Chris ...

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High school students present ideas to Grand Valley State on how to tackle equity issues in higher education

ALLENDALE, MI – Grand Valley State University works with high school students across the country to develop innovative solutions to higher education challenges such as food insecurity, mental health, financial hardship, and more. The students presented their 12 big ideas on Thursday August 5 to leaders of GVSU and five other universities across the country that make up the REP4 ...

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Global arboriculture software market is expected to reach highest CAGR by 2026: Forest Metrix, Plan-It Geo, Arb Pro Software, CAD International (ArborCAD), ArborMetrics Solutions, etc.

Introduction: The valuation report offers a comprehensive review of the fundamental areas that contribute a colossal share of companies’ share, as well as an assessment of the most recent models and market drivers that anticipate a monstrous share in improving the market. in these areas. The new report on Arborist Software Market contains a market assessment of a few submarkets ...

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Main Nicaraguan opposition party disqualified ahead of elections

Published on: 08/07/2021 – 05:12 Managua (AFP) Nicaragua’s electoral council on Friday disqualified the country’s main opposition party from upcoming presidential elections, in the latest move in growing political repression in the Central American country. The Citizens for Liberty lead the Citizens Alliance for Liberty (CXL) bloc, which spearheads the opposition to the re-election of President Daniel Ortega in the ...

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Exxon kicked out of carbon tax alliance after lobbying scandal

Exxon Mobil Corp. was suspended from the Climate Leadership Council, a pro-carbon tax group backed by conservation groups and some of the world’s biggest companies. The move comes just weeks after an Exxon lobbyist was secretly recorded by Greenpeace saying the oil giant expressed support for a carbon tax only because it knew such a policy would be nearly impossible ...

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WOU’s women’s basketball assistant coach Girten goes all-American on the football field

History links MONMOUTH, Oregon – You hear the stories of athletes from two sports, but usually it happens in high school or college. Current Western Oregon University Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach Katie girten recently had the chance to show off her skills on the grill and her abilities helped her win All-American honors and a chance to play in the ...

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Black Hat 2021 Cyber ​​Security Conference Live Blog: MDR, XDR, and MSSP Updates

by Joe Panettieri • August 6, 2021 The Black Hat USA 2021 conference generated a lot of news in cybersecurity, MSSP, MDR and XDR. Here is the chatter we heard from the event … 14. Vulnerability management: Morphisec released Morphisec Scout, a vulnerability management tool. The software automatically scans for vulnerabilities in network applications during runtime and complements Morphisec’s product ...

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Mayor’s Mentoring Alliance Advisory Board Applications Accepted – WSOC TV

The Mayor’s Mentoring Alliance is currently accepting applications from potential members to join the MMA Advisory Board for fiscal year 2022. Applications will remain open until August 30, 2021 at 11:59 pm. Position Available: Member of the At-Large Advisory Board An At-Large member is responsible for supporting at least one of the committees of the MMA Advisory Board: the Education ...

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US Imposes Visa Restrictions on Relatives of Nicaraguan Officials | News from the United States and Canada

For months, the Ortega administration detained political opponents ahead of the November 7 elections. The United States has imposed visa restrictions on 50 immediate family members of Nicaraguan lawmakers, prosecutors and judges, the State Department said on Friday. “Today, we are announcing visa restrictions against 50 other people, all immediate family members of officials affiliated with the regime who have ...

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Cornerstone OnDemand Agrees to Sell to Clearlake Capital Group for $ 5.2 Billion – Corporate and Commercial Law

United States: Cornerstone OnDemand agrees to sell to Clearlake Capital Group for $ 5.2 billion 06 Aug 2021 Cooley LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. San Francisco – August 5, 2021 – Cooley advised Cornerstone OnDemand, a publicly traded global leader in talent management software, on its sale agreement to private equity firm Clearlake Capital ...

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Isle of Wight’s youngest councilor votes after election victory

The Isle of Wight’s youngest councilor was elected following a successful campaign in the Newport and Carisbrooke Community Council (NCCC) by-election. An empty seat was filled at the NCCC in the Carisbrooke and Gunville neighborhoods yesterday (Thursday, August 5) by 18-year-old Matthew Ambrosini, who won with a majority of 75 votes. Cllr Ambrosini, a student at Cowes Enterprise College, turned ...

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University of Strathclyde forges strategic partnership with engineering company

University of Strathclyde forges strategic partnership with engineering company Posted August 6, 2021 International engineering company Babcock and the University of Strathclyde have established a new strategic partnership to develop and deliver innovation through world-class projects. The alliance is a recognition of the growing importance of academic-industrial relations. Babcock and Strathclyde have worked together for over 30 years. The formalization ...

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Eight years ago, another billionaire sent millions into space to harvest solar energy and send it back to Earth • The Register

Billionaire Donald Bren was behind a low-profile donation of $ 100 million in 2013 that established Caltech’s Solar Space Project (SSPP) with the goal of harnessing solar power from space. , the private research university of California revealed this week. The real estate mogul took inspiration from a 2011 article in Popular Science (maybe this one?). He also knew a ...

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British graduate student among the 11 recognized by the International Sculpture Center

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug 5, 2021) – Amalia Galdona Broche, a recent graduate of the University of Kentucky’s School of Art and Visual Studies, is one of 11 students who received the prestigious International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award for 2021. The International Center for Sculpture (ISC) established the annual awards program in 1994 to recognize young ...

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Largest credit unions in Metro Detroit 2021

1. Financial DFCU400, downtown promenade.Cherborn 48126888-336-2700dfcufinancial.comSenior Local Executive: Mark Shobe, President and CEOAssets 2020: $ 5.8 billionAssets 2019: $ 4.9 billionTotal income 2020: $ 168.6 millionTotal loans 2020: $ 906.6 MTotal loans 2019: $ 1.01 billion 2. Caisse populaire Genisys2100, boul. Executive Hills.Auburn Hills 48326248-322-9800genisyscu.orgSenior Local Executive: Jackie Buchanan, CEOAssets 2020: $ 3.55 billionAssets 2019: $ 3.5 billionTotal income 2019: ...

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Public school advocates unite after deadly budget battle

A week after the Wisconsin legislature voted in a special session on school funding called by Gov. Tony Evers without taking any action, Evers told a group of statewide public school advocates that the state budget he signed is “far where we should be” when it comes to supporting education. Governor Tony Evers signs the 2021-23 biennial budget at Cumberland ...

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Accenture Completes Acquisition of DI Square Consulting Capabilities for PLM and ALM

Accent (NYSE: ACN) completed the acquisition of DI Square’s consulting capabilities for the integration of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) systems. The amount of the transaction, announced on June 14, was not disclosed. This acquisition will expand Accenture’s engineering expertise. Accenture acquired the know-how and customer contracts related to PLM and ALM from DI Square, as ...

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Data breach reveals identity of 2 million Chinese Communists

A large database obtained from the Chinese government server in Shanghai reveals the identities of nearly 2 million Chinese Communist Party members, thousands of which are British companies such as British consulates, defense firms, banks, universities and jaguars. I work in. HSBC and Rolls-Royce. Leaked database reveals how many Chinese Communist Party members are embedded in UK institutions such as ...

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