As SVP and general counsel, she oversaw the Time Inc. corporate legal group, and managed the department’s M&A and securities function, working closely with the Board of Directors. Time Inc. has made yet another change to its staff lineup. Today the company named Lauren Ezrol Klein its executive vice president, general counsel. “With her experience and skills, Time Inc. is very fortunate to have someone of Lauren’s caliber take on the critical general counsel role. I’m delighted to have her on my executive leadership time,” Time Inc. chairman and CEO Joe Ripp said in a statement. Klein, who most recently served as senior vice president and deputy general counsel, will succeed Lon Jacobs. Jacobs is said to be leaving the company on September 2. Klein joined the company in 1996, and has worked on the majority of Time Inc.’s significant acquisitions, dispositions, and other corporate transactions. She played an integral part in Time Inc.’s spin off from Time Warner Inc. in June 2014. The company has made a number of acquisitions in recent years, most recently buying Viant, the owner of MySpace. Given Klein’s extensive background in M&A, it’s likely this will be a major focus for her. The brand then added the position of group general manager to its revamped brand group structure. Meredith Long was named SVP and GM of the News and Luxury group, Susan Parkes was appointed SVP of the Brand Marketing and Communications group, and Bruce Gersh became SVP of the Brand Business Development group. Shortly thereafter, Time Inc. split its titles into four groups — Celebrity, Entertainment and Style, News and Luxury, Lifestyle, and Sports — each of which is led by an editorial director. Following all of those changes, company-wide layoffs hit the company, with reports that as many as 110 employees will be let go. Only two days later, the company unified its sales force by dividing advertising and marketing into category, brand, and digital sales, and eliminated the title of publisher. The move comes in the wake of extensive restructuring at the company, which began with Alan Murray succeeding Norman Pearlstine as chief content officer. Rich Battista was also named president of brands, while Jen Wong became head of Time Inc.’s creative studio, The Foundry, among other changes.
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A total of 21 students of various departments under the Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences of Dhaka University (DU) have been awarded ‘Dean’s Award’ for their outstanding academic results in BS (Hons) examinations of 2015, 2016 and 2017.Besides, 3 teachers of the Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences have received Dean’s Award for research works.DU vice-chancellor Akhtaruzzaman handed over the awards to the awardees as the chief guest at a function held at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban of the university on Thursday .Dean of the Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences ASM Maksud Kamal presided over the function while pro-vice chancellor (Administration) Muhammad Samad and treasurer professor Kamal Uddin addressed it as special guests.The teachers who received the award are professor Kazi MatinUddin Ahmed (Geology), professor Kawser Ahmed (Oceanography) and lecturer Yousuf Gazi (Geology).The students who received the awards are- Zannatul Ferdous, Naznin Bintey Hayder, NishatTasnim Kakon and Dola Dutta (Geography and Environment), Mahmud Al Noor Tushar, AfrozaParvin, Tamanna Meheran Shemu, SumiyaSadeak, Sharaf Anika Hoque, Farjana Zareen Maria, FatematuzZohora Nishi and Md. Tariqul Islam (Geology), Nazma Ahmed, Shamima Ferdousi Sifa, Ariful Islam, Tanzim Hayat, Nawar Wadud Khan, Falguni Sarkar, Tanzeem Hossain, SumaiyaTabassum and Ayesha Islam (Disaster Science and Management).
Vellore: Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) and Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) recently signed a MoU to offer skill development courses in local Indian languages.The MoU was signed and exchanged by Dr Sathiyanarayanan, Registrar, VIT, and Natarajan Authorized Regional Coordinator, C-DAC GIST PACE, in the presence of Dr Anand A Samuel, Vice Chancellor, VIT; Dr Aswani Kumar Cherukuri, Dean, School of Information Technology and Engineering (SITE) and faculty members. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAs part of this MoU, C-DAC Pune will provide necessary software and course materials in Indian languages to VIT for offering courses such as office automation, tally ERP9 with GST, computer programming, computer applications, mobile application development, desktop publishing, multi-media, and animation among others. Speaking about the new association, Natarajan said, “This program will benefit heterogeneous section of society to get hands-on experience in computing for career development / self-employment opportunity. This Program is likely to cover candidates with no academic education and few programs are open to all. Candidates who know their Mother tongue can confidently learn and earn through the various courses offered by this undertaking.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThe courses include office automation, tally ERP9 with GST, computer programming, computer applications, mobile application development, desktop publishing, multi-media, and animation. Besides, hardware and networking, digital marketing are also a part of this new initiative. The 10th class and above candidates can do certificate programmes, +2 and above candidates will be offered diploma programmes to get employment opportunity. The Programme is targeted towards skilling the youth in and around Vellore as a livelihood mission who will benefit by undergoing these courses.