#newmusic NEW BLUE SIOUX – ‘Eat This’

Facebook Advertisement New Blue SiouxLIMERICK’S  New Blue Sioux are Mike Ryan (former Tuesday Blue frontman) and Geri Doyle Ryan. Together for over 15 years, ‘New Blue Sioux’ have lived and played/toured in USA/New York, UK and Ireland, including the Electric Picnic Festival, Oxygen Festival, with a long running residency in Cleere’s Theatre, Kilkenny. The track here is ‘Eat This’, the latest offering from New Blue Sioux. ‘Eat This’ has engaging evocative lyrical imagery played over a languid electronic beat. “I was born in a minor key, I can still remember the first words my mother said to me”. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A wonderful songwriting talent, New Blue Sioux play  Cobblestone Joe’s this Wednesday June 18.Audio Playerhttp://www.limerickpost.ie/site/wp-content/uploads/Eat-This-MP3.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Linkedin Twitter Print Previous articleLimerick Businesses Contributed over €280,000 to Local Charities and Community Groups in 2013Next articleLimerick students embrace step up to second level Eric Fitzgeraldhttp://www.limerickpost.ieEric writes for the Entertainment Pages of Limerick Post Newspaper and edits the music blog www.musiclimerick.com where you can watch and listen to music happening in the city and beyond. News#newmusic NEW BLUE SIOUX – ‘Eat This’By Eric Fitzgerald – June 18, 2014 638 WhatsApp Email read more

Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Faculty

first_imgPosting DetailsPosting NumberF00229PClassification TitleFacultyPosition TypeDisclaimerLiberty University’s hiring practices and EEO Statement are fullyin compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law createsan exception to the “religion” component of the employmentdiscrimination laws for religious organizations (includingeducational institutions), and permits them to give employmentpreference to members of their own religion. Liberty University isin that category.Position TitleOsteopathic Manipulative Medicine FacultyDoes this position require driving?YesContactRobbin Wright, Carla JonesContact Phone Ext434-592-7657 or 434-582-3437Contact [email protected] or [email protected] Summary/Basic FunctionJOB SUMMARYDemonstrate experience and expertise in Osteopathic ManipulativeMedicine that ensures the collaborative integration ofscientifically based, outcome evaluated clinical knowledge andskills, biomedical sciences, and osteopathic principles andpractices for predoctoral and/or postdoctoral students, provideservice to the university and professional communities and engagein innovative scholarship and research to advance medicalknowledge.Minimum QualificationsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS :1. Terminal degree (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine or MedicalDoctor Degree) with current Board Certification in appropriate areaof specialization if applicable.2. Demonstrated ability to contribute to the academic and clinicaltraining efforts of an osteopathic medical school and demonstratedpotential for academic and professional growth.3. Demonstrated leadership and productivity in the areas ofclinical or professional service, scholarly activity, medicalresearch or education.4. Eligible for licensure and able to attain and maintain activeprofessional licensure to practice medicine in the Commonwealth ofVirginia.5. Good standing with all regulatory and governmental boards andagencies.6. Eligible for coverage by college’s malpractice insurer ifapplicable.Preferred QualificationsPREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS1. Demonstrated leadership, productivity and administrativeexperience in clinical, professional, research or educationalsettings.2. Prior academic experience as a full time faculty member at aCollege of Osteopathic Medicine, College of Allopathic Medicine,Academic Health Care Center, GME Program or other doctoral levelallied health college would be valuable.Work Hours8:00am – 5:00pmPosting Date05/15/2020Special Instructions for ApplicantsQuicklinkhttps://jobs.liberty.edu/postings/27414Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterTranscriptsLetter of RecommendationCurriculum VitaeTeaching PhilosophyPastoral Reference LetterAcademic/Professional Reference Letter 1Academic/Professional Reference Letter 2Unofficial Transcript 1Unofficial Transcript 2Unofficial Transcript 3Professional License(s)Optional DocumentsCareer Advancement Form (For Current LU Employees ONLY)Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).last_img read more

FDA names director for pandemic preparedness

first_imgJul 21, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has created a new position that involves directing the evaluation of products for emerging and pandemic disease threats and has named veteran staff member Mark Goldberger, MD, MPH, to fill it.Goldberger has been appointed “medical director for emerging and pandemic disease threats” in the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER), the agency announced yesterday.”Dr. Goldberger will serve as a Senior Advisor for CBER’s pandemic flu program to plan, coordinate and implement activities related to the development and evaluation of products for emerging and pandemic threats,” the FDA said in a news release.On the FDA staff since 1989, Goldberger currently directs the Office of Antimicrobial Products in the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, officials said. He “has been at the forefront of combating other emerging infectious diseases, and we are grateful he has agreed once more to help tackle another monumental challenge, preparing for pandemic influenza and other future threats,” said Acting FDA Commissioner Andrew von Eschenbach, MD.Goldberger earned his medical degree and did his residency and an infectious diseases fellowship at Columbia University, where he also taught for 10 years. At the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention he served as an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer, investigating outbreaks and studying Guillian-Barre syndrome associated with swine flu vaccine.He will begin meeting with CBER staff members over the next few weeks and will join the center full time at the end of August.See also:Jul 20 FDA news releasehttp://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/NEWS/2006/NEW01413.htmllast_img read more

Cricket News Death bowling is difficult in many situations: Jasprit Bumrah

first_imgAustralia won a Twenty20 match for the second time against India in India.Jasprit Bumrah took three wickets for 16 runs.Umesh Yadav could not defend 14 runs in the final over.  KL Rahul scored a fifty but Nathan Coulter-Nile took three wickets and India managed only 46 runs in the last 10 overs. Bumrah admitted that the team was 15-20 runs short and Australia had the advantage of winning the toss and realising what needed to be done on the sluggish Vizag wicket.“On this wicket, around 140-145 would have been a very good score. There was low bounce and it was difficult to hit big shots. It’s always difficult to chase on these kind of wickets. We were short by 15-20 runs, but we had a fighting total. Everybody could have taken a little more responsibility. We lost two-three wickets more than we wanted to. It’s a little different once you know your target. It was a small target, so once you hit one boundary then you don’t need to take a lot of risks. At first, we are still figuring out what is the safe total. They were rotating the strikes after hitting a boundary,” Bumrah said.India would be hoping to avoid their first Twenty20 International series loss at home since 2015 as they look to bounce back in the second game in Bengaluru on Wednesday. highlights New Delhi: Jasprit Bumrah had bowled the ultimate 19th over in India’s defence of 126 against Australia in the Vizag Twenty20 International on Sunday. The right-arm pacer conceded just two runs and picked up two wickets as he finished with brilliant figures of 3/16. Umesh Yadav had the task of defending 14 runs in the final over but Jhye Richardson and Pat Cummins held their nerve to get Australia over the line and win the match off the last ball by three wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the series. Following the loss, Umesh faced massive criticism and Bumrah defended the Vidarbha pacer, stating that death bowling is a difficult job.“This happens, death bowling is always difficult in any situation. It always goes both ways and it’s sometimes 50-50. You try your best, and you’re clear in your execution. Some days it works, some days it doesn’t. Nothing to be worried. We wanted to close the game in our favour but it’s okay,” Bumrah said at the post-match news conference.Umesh’s poor performance was in stark contrast to Bumrah’s brilliance, who took three wickets and gave away 16 runs in four overs. Remarkably, in the spell, there were 18 dot balls. In the 19th over, he got the wickets of Peter Handscomb and Nathan Coulter-Nile and it enhanced his reputation as one of the best death bowlers in the world currently. “I was just focusing on what my strengths are what the wicket was because the wicket was a little difficult to bat on. It’s not easy to score heavily on this wicket,” Bumrah stated. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

Alcona High School Use ‘One to One’ Chromebooks to Help Students Learn

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisWhen it comes to technology, Alcona Community Schools is highly advanced using new tools, welcoming one to one chromebooks to help students learn both inside the classroom and outside the classroom.“I can load information to them, and if they’re absent I can take a video of what we’re doing in class and they can watch it or I can send them worksheets or things that they can practice. So even if they’re not here, they’re here,” Science teacher, Rachel Somers said.Providing the computer device makes a day in the education world less stressful.“Chromebooks are a big help because some people don’t have computers at home or anything like that. There’s a special thing where if you don’t have WiFi at home you can still use them and finish your homework. They’re a big help in the classroom also and we can work on our stuff and we don’t have to go to a computer lab. They’re just with us and it’s pretty cool,” 10th grader, Isabella Bates said.Students grades appear to be improving.“I lose a lot of things, and the chromebooks helps me save them at a point so I can get a grade on it. Last year I had ‘L-S’ because I kept on forgetting and now I have better grades,” 9-th grader, Domanick Boittat explained.Having a one to one chromebook limits the use of textbooks.“I like to read off paper a little better. All my textbooks are now outdated. The new textbooks are constantly updated. They have videos attached to them, and embedded in them. I just have to get use to them myself, but it’s huge to have access to new materials all the time,” Social Studies, and History teacher, Jim Bouchard said.There are currently 706 active chromebooks in service for Alcona Community Schools. Over 300 are one to one for grades 6th through 11th. Seniors will be allowed to own their chromebooks when they graduate.At the end of the school year students must turn in their chromebook to receive an overall check with updates. But their new best friends will be returned to their hands for the next school year of learning. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary to Host Upcoming Halloween PartyNext High Rains Bring Roadway and Ditch Flooding Around Northeast Michiganlast_img read more