February 18, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 2/17/19 Beau Lund Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Sunday’s sports events:NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONTeam LeBron West 178, Team Giannis East 164NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEPittsburgh 6, NY Rangers 5St. Louis 4, Minnesota 0New Jersey 4, Buffalo 1Philadelphia 3, Detroit 1Florida 6, Montreal 3Anaheim 5, Washington 2TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL(9) Houston 85, Tulane 50(11) Michigan St. 62, Ohio St. 44St. John’s 71, (13) Villanova 65Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Minimum Qualifications Is driving a responsibility of this position?No Relevant/Preferred Education, Experience, Licensure, and/orCertification EEO Statement Duties/ResponsibilitiesPosting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResume/CVCover LetterList of References with Contact InformationOptional Documents DepartmentVet Med Small Animal Medicine & Surg About the College/Unit/Department The Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery consists of 45faculty members, 37 clinical residents, 10 rotating interns, 4specialty interns, and 4 administrative staff members. TheDepartment provides shared laboratory space and supports 7dedicated research technicians who assist in the research missionsof the Department’s faculty. Other specialties within theDepartment include anesthesia, cardiology, clinical nutrition,dermatology, emergency and critical care, internal medicine,neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery, andzoological medicine, as well as a community practice program. TheDepartment participates in the college-wide M.S. and Ph.D.programs. Members of the Department actively participate incollaborative efforts with faculty members from other departmentswithin the college and other colleges on campus, including theCollege of Public Health, College of Engineering, and the Athenscampus of the Medical College of Georgia. The Department has astrong track record for teaching, research, and clinicalservice.The College of Veterinary Medicine values all members of theuniversity community, recognizing that differences in experienceand culture can only lead to a more well-rounded, acceptingacademic environment. We an expectation that all employees willdemonstrate a contribution to diversity and inclusion as embodiedin our Principles of Community ( http://vet.uga.edu/principles-of-community/) Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and/or Competencies Benefits EligibilityBenefits Eligible Does this position require a P-Card?No All candidates must have a DVM or equivalent degree, have completeda surgical residency training program registered by the AmericanCollege of Veterinary Surgeons ( ACVS ) or a program approved bythe European College of Veterinary Surgeons ( ECVS ), or obtainedboard certification by the ACVS or the ECVS . Candidates should beboard certified or eligible for board certification. Contract TypeFiscal (12 mo.) Employment TypeEmployee Be advised a credit check will be required for all positions withfinancial responsibilities. For additional information about thecredit check criteria, visit the UGA Credit Background Check website. The College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, invitesapplications for a clinical track (non-tenure track) small animalsoft tissue surgeon. All candidates must have a DVM or equivalentdegree, have completed a surgical residency training programregistered by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons ( ACVS )or a program approved by the European College of VeterinarySurgeons ( ECVS ), or obtained board certification by the ACVS orthe ECVS . The successful candidate is expected to activelyparticipate in the training of surgery and non-surgery houseofficers. For approximately 21 weeks annually, the surgeon fillingthis position will be responsible for daytime emergency and morningtransfers, supporting the interventional radiology service, andserving as the backup for the standard soft tissue service. Thisservice will be supported by a surgery house officer (resident orintern) and students or technicians. For approximately 15 weeks peryear, the surgeon will be responsible for participating in thestandard appointment-based soft tissue surgery service.Responsibilities during the remaining 16 weeks includeopportunities to teach lecture and laboratory courses in softtissue surgery to veterinary students and the development ofscholarly activity consistent with individual interest.Proportionate assignments for teaching, service, and scholarlyactivity will be based on the interests of the candidate and themissions of the Surgery program and the Department. Effective End Date (for Limited-Term postings) Does this position have direct interaction or care of childrenunder the age of 18 or direct patient care?No Classification TitleClinical Assistant Professor Credit and P-Card policy Advertised Salary Location of VacancyAthens Area Does this position have operation, access, or control offinancial resources?No Posting NumberF0739P The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction employer. All qualified applicants will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, color,religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, geneticinformation, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation orprotected veteran status. Persons needing accommodations orassistance with the accessibility of materials related to thissearch are encouraged to contact Central HR ([email protected]). Terminal degree appropriate for the discipline. Open until filledYes Underutilization Faculty RankClinical Assistant Professor About the University of Georgia Is having a P-Card an essential function of this position?No Special Instructions to Applicants Is this a Position of Trust?Yes Retirement PlanTRS Position Details Job Posting Date10/14/2020 FLSA Anticipated Start Date01/01/2021 Posting Details Additional Requirements Working TitleClinical Assistant Professor of Soft Tissue Surgery Physical Demands Tenure StatusNon-Tenure Track Candidates should show evidence of a high level of competence anddemonstrated promise of moving toward excellence in patient care,student instruction, scholarly activities, or practice andservice. Job Closing Date Does this position have Security Access (e.g., public safety,IT security, personnel records, patient records, or access tochemicals and medications)Yes Posting TypeExternal Position Summary The University of Georgia ( UGA ), a land-grant and sea-grantuniversity with statewide commitments and responsibilities is thestate’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversifiedinstitution of higher education ( http://www.uga.edu/ ). UGA is currentlyranked among the top 20 public universities in U.S. News &World Report. The University’s main campus is located in Athens,approximately 65 miles northeast of Atlanta, with extended campusesin Atlanta, Griffin, Gwinnett, and Tifton. UGA was founded in 1785by the Georgia General Assembly as the first state-charteredUniversity in the country. UGA employs approximately 1,800full-time instructional faculty and more than 7,600 full-timestaff. The University’s enrollment exceeds 36,000 studentsincluding over 27,500 undergraduates and over 8,500 graduate andprofessional students. Academic programs reside in 17 schools andcolleges, as well as a medical partnership with Augusta Universityhoused on the UGA Health Sciences Campus in Athens. College/Unit/Department websitewww.vet.uga.edu
Oxford rowers claim they have been the victims of homophobic abuse and numerous attempts to force them from the river as tensions between rowers and houseboat residents escalate, Cherwell can report.Rowers from a number of different colleges allege that they have been targeted by houseboat owners who placed tacks on the towpath and thew eggs and tomatoes at them.Rowers have further alleged that residents have driven close enough to disturb the water in an attempt to capsize them, have intentionally driven into boats, and have hospitalised an Oxford town rower.These incidents have been brought up at the college rowing captain’s meeting, the minutes of which report that Oxford University Sabbatical Officer for Rowing Tom Coles “had been in contact with the police and the Environment Agency about the houseboats on the bottom stretch”.Describing one incident that occurred last term, University College team captain Ben Norbury told Cherwell: “Just as we passed the houseboats, our cox heard some splashes around our boat and then a bang as an egg hit our stern. Not really realising what was going on we kept rowing.“On the next lap, rowing up to the top again, in the same place, we saw two guys with a dog on the river bank. This time, apparently having depleted their stock of eggs, they just threw homophobic insults at us.“They began to follow us as we rowed to the spinning area, but gave up as we sped away. After spinning and rowing past them again we got similar shouting etc.”Norbury also claims that during one race last week a houseboat continued to sail down the middle of the river as a boat from St Catz college approached. The houseboat collided with the rowers as they turned, ripping off half the boat’s riggers. On rowchat.org, a forum for rowing discussion, one commentator said: “Barge driver clearly not a fan of rowing, ignored a load of marshals and then carried on afterwards without bothering to stop and see if anyone was hurt.”In a separate incident, a Wolfson college boat was intentionally rammed by a houseboat.Norbury believes that the boat that hit the St Catherine’s boat was only in Oxford temporarily, but that the boat that hit the Wolfson crew is permanently based here.Rowers believe that the houseboat owners hostility comes as a result of being disturbed by rowing crews, but could not understand why it had so suddenly developed this academic year.Mack Grenfell, a rower for University College, told Cherwell: “They claim that the antipathy is generated by us scraping/touching their boats with our blades.“I have been rowing for 3 and a half years, and I have got no idea why incidents are occurring now more than ever.“However, this happens relatively often unfortunately, but I think much less since all these major incidents. It’s odd though as to me this would be a minor issue.“My guess is that a lot of them hold resentment to the student population, or are just aggressive people.“Pretty much every day you’ll see loads of them drinking on the towpath, sometimes shouting at crews. Sometimes you’ll get a boat reeking of weed.”This was confirmed by Alastair, a houseboat owner resident on the Thames for over ten years, who said that rowers did knock into boats regularly and wake him up due to their use of megaphones to communicate, but that he accepted it as “part of life on the river”.He claimed that while most houseboat residents were content to share the river there were a small minority of “arseholes” who didn’t share that attitude, and that recently several “raging alcoholics” had moved their houseboat into the Oxford stretch of the Thames.Alastair alleged that they stole coal from other boats, threw beer cans around, and were regular drug users.Grenfell claimed the police “have a fat file on all the incidents”, but that they are unable to act as the water is not within their jurisdiction. He further stated that the incidents that took place of the towpath were considered by the police to be a “nuisance” and not worthy of investigation.Thames Valley Police have been contacted for comment.
× Change has been imminent since the Bayonne Board of Education (BBOED) voted not to renew the former superintendent’s contract last June, and imperative since the district’s financial crisis in November. Interim Superintendent Michael A. Wanko has made some big policy shifts since taking the position in July, most notably the decentralization of the academies and the introduction of deans. Much attention has been paid to the academies, but the reconfiguration of deans and vice principals will influence every student at Bayonne High School and could portend similar changes in the city’s grammar schools. Before Dr. Wanko arrived, vice principals were assigned to each of Bayonne High School’s six houses, performing both disciplinary functions and observations of instruction.Now, there will be four vice principals, each paired with one dean who will be assigned to each class level on a progressive basis, meaning each student will have the same dean and vice principal throughout his or her high school career. Click here for more.Without granting any validity to the lawsuits brought against Hudson County by two former Hudson County Sheriff’s Department officers, the county has agreed on a $120,000 settlement. The settlement puts to rest allegations by the officers that they were pressured to work on the reelection campaign for then- County Sheriff Juan Perez in 2010. Perez was defeated in the Democratic primary by the current sheriff, Frank Schillari. Perez currently serves as an at-large councilman in Bayonne. This is the fifth settlement the county has made in cases related to Perez’s term as sheriff. Click here for more. Bayonne held its annual National Night Out festival on August 1, this time on Broadway instead of its usual location at 16th Street Park. “Pull over,” one kid commanded to a crowd off festival-goers through a police cruiser’s built-in megaphone. Police officers chaperoned kids through demonstrations of their vehicles. Parents took pictures of their kids on a police motorcycle, in an all-terrain buggy, and the fan favorite, the cruiser. “My name is Car-la,” another kid joked through the megaphone as he blared the sirens. “I like to pretend I’m driving the car,” said Anaisha Melendez, 8 from the driver’s seat. Her mother, Debbie Diaz, said that she and her family were having a great time at the festival, which was completely free to the public, including bounce houses and food. “It’s a good thing for the community to come together like this,” said Diaz. “Everything [the police] do in town is helping us come together.” Click here for more.
Catering to Brits breakfasting on the run has helped push Greggs’ profits up by nearly 8% in the last year.The chain has sold more than 10 million breakfast rolls since it launched the breakfast meal deal last February, and has also seen strong growth in its hot drinks – helped by new coffee machines serving freshly ground Fairtrade coffee. Costing 40% less than branded coffee chains, the drink had proved increasingly popular with customers, reported Greggs, and machines would be rolled out to all 1,487 shops this year. Preliminary results for the 52 weeks ended 1 January 2011 show pre-tax profit up 7.9% to £52.5m on sales up 2.1% to £662m, compared with the same period in 2009. However, with a record 93 new shops opening last year, like-for-like sales rose only 0.2%.Chief executive Ken McMeikan said it was planning for marginally positive like-for-like sales growth: “Performance in the year to date is in line with our expectations, with total sales increasing by 3.8% including like-for-like sales of 0.4%.”McMeikan added: “While 2011 will see further pressures on consumer spending and rising global commodity prices, our strong value positioning, excellent products, outstanding staff and clear strategy for growth mean we are well-positioned to deal with this challenging environment.” He said Greggs had continued to improve supply chain efficiency, which allowed it to increase the number of shops that could be supplied from its existing bakeries. A five-year plan in 2009 aimed to reduce the cost of supply to shops by £10m, but through consolidation of manufacturing into centres of excellence and investment in more efficient processes, it had delivered savings of £1.4m in 2010, ahead of the original plan. Alongisde the 80 planned new openings, Greggs aims to extend new design refits outside the London area, to include 60 across the UK.>>Greggs adds to meal deals>>Greggs accelerates shop expansion rates
Shortbread brand Paterson’s has hit its target of raising £100,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support in a single year.The brand formed a partnership with the cancer charity last year and pledged to donate a percentage of proceeds from the sale of special promotional packs.The funds will support Macmillan in its work to provide services such as information and support centres for people living with cancer and their families.“The response of our customers across the UK has been phenomenal and we are grateful for their support in helping us reach this amazing milestone,” said Paterson Arran sales and marketing director Allan Miller.“The funds raised have the potential to power 2,000 hours of support at Macmillan centres; a vital resource for those affected by cancer and their loved ones.”In April this year, Paterson’s announced that it reached £75,000 for MacMillan Cancer Support and initially set the £100,000 target for July this year.Debbie Sumner, senior partnership development manager at Macmillan Cancer Support, thanked Paterson’s for being committed to supporting its fundraising target.“The incredible amount raised will help us to continue delivering essential help and support to the growing number of people living with cancer across the UK, and ensure that life with cancer can still be a life.”
It was Future Man that hit the nail on the head when he was introducing Béla Fleck, calling the banjoist an absolute master and visionary for wanting to bring the banjo into jazz music. The Flecktones are heady jazz through and through; don’t let Fleck’s bluegrass tones fool you. The band recently reunited for their first shows since 2012, playing a short but sweet two week run on the way to Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Their stop at the Capitol Theatre was a work of beauty, treating fans to an instrumental odyssey that captivated at every turn.At the crux of the Flecktones is incredible musicianship. Aside from the band’s namesake, the band features brothers Victor and Roy Wooten, the latter best known as “Future Man.” Additionally, multi-instrumentalist Howard Levy has made his return to the Flecktones. Levy was a founding member, but left in the 1990’s and was replaced by Jeff Coffin. As Coffin joined the Dave Matthews Band, it was up to Levy to help rekindle the “original” Flecktones magic. Fortunately, the group had a lot to say when they hit the Cap.All four are tremendous musicians, bringing a unique slice to the tight-knit core of the band. Fleck alternated between a traditional and custom electric banjo throughout the night, while Victor Wooten offered some funky tones with his arsenal of basses. Futureman kept the rhythm rocking with an incredibly unique instrument, dubbed a drumitar. Somewhere between a drum machine and a guitar, Futureman would stand up at times and sit down at others, but one hand was always rocking along on that drumitar. Rounding out the ensemble was Levy, who alternated between piano and harmonica primarily, at times peppering the music with juice harp or other percussion tactics.To attempt a description at the music would do it an injustice, because the sheer talents of each member came together to go well beyond the sum of its parts. Together, the four musicians captivated for a full two set performance, keeping fans at the edge of their seats throughout the show. There was a unanimous feeling of reverence from the crowd, as the four awe-inspiring musicians led listeners through an aural journey.Thanks to taper Kevin Antaya, we can listen to the whole show. Tune in below.If you have the chance to see this band live, do not miss it. They are truly masters of their craft, and seeing them perform was a true gift.[Photo by the Capitol Theatre]
Progressive bluegrass outfit The Infamous Stringdusters has announced the forthcoming release of a new concert album titled, Live From Telluride. The 20-track live album was recorded during the band’s show at The Palm Theatre as part of the 2018 Telluride Bluegrass Festival back in June, and is scheduled to arrive this Friday, November 16th via Tape Time Records.According to the band’s announcement shared via press release on Tuesday, the album will include a mix of covers and original material from their 12-year career, including “No More To Leave You Behind”, “Soul Searching”, and “Run To Heaven”. One of said covers included on the album will be the band’s performance of Grateful Dead‘s rural rock anthem, “Tennessee Jed”, which can be heard in full here ahead of its release on Friday. The album will be the Stringdusters’ second live LP in as many years following 2017’s Laws of Gravity: LIVE!, which consisted of a mix of concert recordings from songs off their last studio album, Laws of Gravity.“Telluride Bluegrass has been the center of the acoustic festival universe for many years, and we have been really honored to be involved in that,” the band’s banjo player Chris Pandolfi said in a statement about their forthcoming release. “You feel [the energy] every time you step on stage there, and this show was no exception. We knew pretty much right after the show that this was a show worth putting out there. Hope you guys enjoy!”The Infamous Stringdusters also announced their next batch of North American concert dates to go with Tuesday’s live album announcement, with 23 shows set for February and March of 2019. The new dates will start a few weeks after their previously announced run of January shows, beginning on February 14th in Bozeman, Montana, and continuing until March 31st with a performance at Wilmington, North Carolina’s Greenfield Lake Amphitheater. The band will be joined at select shows throughout the winter run by Shook Twins and John Craigie.General on-sale for tickets to newly announced February/March concert dates will begin this Friday, November 16th at 10 a.m. local time. Artist pre-sale tickets for select shows are available now via the band’s website.The Infamous Stringdusters New 2019 Tour DatesFeb. 14 Rialto Bozeman · Bozeman, MTFeb. 15 Wilma · Missoula, MT*Feb. 16 Commonwealth Room · SLC, UT*Feb. 17 Community Concert Hall · Durango, COFeb. 19 Orpheum Theater · Flagstaff, AZFeb. 20 Meow Wolf Santa Fe · Santa Fe, NM*Feb. 21 Sheridan Opera House · Telluride, COFeb. 22 Belly Up, Aspen · Aspen, CO*Feb. 23-24 WinterWonderGrass · Steamboat Springs, COMarch 8 Ponte Vedra Concert Hall · Ponte Vedra Beach, FLMarch 9 Revolution Live · Ft Lauderdale, FLMarch 10 Gasparilla Music Festival · Tampa, FLMarch 12 The Englert Theatre · Iowa City, IAMarch 13 The Bourbon · Lincoln, NEMarch 14 Varsity Theater · Minneapolis, MN**March 15 Granite Peak Ski Area · Wausau, WI**March 16 The Vic Theatre · Chicago, IL**March 27 The Vogue Theatre · Indianapolis, INMarch 28 Headliners Music Hall · Louisville, KYMarch 29 Marathon Music Works · Nashville, TNMarch 30 Variety Playhouse · Atlanta, GAMarch 31 Greenfield Lake Amphitheater · Wilmington, NC* w/Shook Twins** w/John CraigieThe Infamous Stringdusters New 2019 Tour Dates
Today, Dispatch has announced the “Dispatch Summer Stops,” a series of three summer 2019 performances at “iconic outdoor venues” across the country.First, the band will head to Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre on June 9th for a performance with support from The Record Company. Next, on June 29th, Dispatch will head to Vienna, VA for a gig at Wolf Trap‘s Filene Center with help from Anderson East. Finally, the band will head to Portland, ME on July 20th for a show at Thompson’s Point featuring an opening set by Moon Taxi.Fan presales for Red Rocks and Thomspon’s Point start Monday, January 28th at 12 p.m. EST with code: WIMPY. The Wolf Trap performance is a series show that has a member presale starting February 15th at 10 a.m. local. A Dispatch Fan Presale for the Wolf Trap show will begin on February 20th at 10 a.m. local with code: WIMPY.The summer shows will also have a community service aspect, which you can learn more about here. As the announcement notes,In true Dispatch fashion, each day will begin with a service project. It’ll be your chance to hang with the band while making a difference in your community. If you’re road tripping out to a show, it’ll also be a great opportunity to meet some fellow Dispatch fans.In addition, the band notes that if you are planning to hit all three “Summer Stops,” you can contact them via email once you have your tickets and they’ll “put something special together for you and your concert companions.”For more information, head to the band’s website here.
Robert E. Rhodes Jr., professor emeritus of legal ethics, died Nov. 25 at the age of 87, according to a University press release.Rhodes arrived at the Notre Dame Law School in 1956 and since continued “teaching and writing in the areas of administrative law, civil procedure, ethics, jurisprudence, law and theology, legal history and welfare legislation,” the press release stated. He was also a member of the Catholic Commission on Intellectual and Cultural affairs.“The many of us who loved him, loved him for his character as much as for his extensive and superb scholarship,” Nell Jessup Newton, dean of the Notre Dame Law School, said in a statement. “Bob was an essential part of Notre Dame Law School for more than 50 years. Though he retired earlier this year, he remained as intellectually vigorous and engaged as ever, most recently working on final touches of a book manuscript.”Rhodes graduated from Brown University in 1947 and served in the U.S. Navy for two years before earning a law degree from Harvard, the press release stated. From 1952 to 1954, he worked at Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, followed by two years on the Rutgers School of Law faculty. During the summers, he served as a clerk for the New Jersey Supreme Court.A wake took place at Kaniewski Funeral Home on Dec. 1 from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and was followed with a funeral Mass at 3:30 p.m. in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.Tags: Legal Ethics, Notre Dame Law School, Robert E. Rhodes Jr.