Avoid Delays By Knowing Routes To CU-CSU Football Game On Sept. 6

first_img Published: Sept. 3, 1997 Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Fans heading to the CU-Boulder campus for Saturday’s football game against the CSU Rams can save time and headaches by knowing in advance where they plan to park and by taking one of several suggested routes. CU Parking Services Manager Pam Greager said fans should try to arrive at least an hour before the 11:30 a.m. gametime to avoid traffic jams and to ensure getting parked and into the stadium on time. Stadium gates open at 10 a.m. “We expect a large crowd at this game because CSU is such a big rival of CU, so we’re encouraging fans to arrive early,” said Greager. Fans also are advised not to bring bottles or cans to Folsom Stadium. Beverages may be packed into the stadium in non-disposable containers, half gallon or smaller, and no coolers are allowed. No alcoholic beverages are allowed in the stadium and will be confiscated if brought to the game. Fruit must be quartered. Greager recommended the following routes into campus: • From Denver, take U.S. 36 to the Table Mesa-Colorado 157 exit, also known as the Foothills Parkway, which is the first exit off of U.S. 36 into Boulder. Take Foothills Parkway to Colorado Avenue and turn west onto Colorado, which ends on campus. • From Fort Collins, take U.S. 287 to the Diagonal Highway in Longmont, also known as Colorado 119. Take the Diagonal to 28th Street in Boulder, turn south onto 28th street to Colorado Avenue. Turn west into campus at Colorado Avenue. • From Golden, take Colorado 93 which becomes Broadway in the Boulder city limits. Stay on Broadway to Regent Drive and turn east onto Regent Drive to enter the campus. Recreational vehicles also should enter campus from Broadway at Regent Drive, where they will be directed either to Lot 402, south of the Fleming Law School, or to Lot 308, west of Fiske Planetarium. Tailgate parties will be allowed in specified lots on campus, particularly in the Kittredge Field lot on the east side of the Kittredge Commons Residence Hall and also in Lot 402. Both lots can be accessed by taking Broadway to Regent Drive to Kittredge Loop Drive, directly west of Fiske Plantetarium. The other public lot for tailgate parties is Lot 308 west of Fiske Planetarium. Fans do not need permits to use those lots for tailgates but they must obey state and local laws regarding alcohol use and may not serve persons under 21 years old or who are intoxicated. Alcohol served at tailgates also must remain in the parking lot. On-campus parking costs $5. People who take limosines to the game are advised to arrive an hour and a half before game time if they want to be dropped off at the main entrance on the south side of Folsom Stadium. Limosines arriving after 10 a.m. will be directed to drop off occupants at the corner of Colorado Avenue and Folsom. The limos then will be directed to Engineering Drive, which is located off eastbound Colorado Avenue immediately east of the engineering building between the building and the parking lot. Between five and a dozen limos are driven to games, on average, with more in use at Homecoming games. For more information on parking and game traffic call (303) 492-4628.last_img read more

JBDC Facilitating Business Development

first_imgJBDC Facilitating Business Development CommerceJune 27, 2013Written by: Douglas McIntosh RelatedLab Accreditation Should Be Mandatory – Minister Hylton RelatedIndustry Minister Calls for More Medical Labs to Get Accredited FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail State Minister for Industry, Investment and Commerce, Hon. Sharon Ffolkes Abrahams, says the Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC) facilitated “significant business development services” to various stakeholders during the 2012/13 fiscal year.Making her 2013/14 Sectoral Debate presentation in Parliament on Tuesday, June 25, Mrs. Ffolkes Abrahams said the agency’s activities to this end, included: administering over 8,000 interventions for micro, small and medium-sized enterprise (MSME) stakeholder clients; and facilitating the participation of just over 3000 persons in approximately 134 workshops conducted during the period. Areas covered in the workshops included: business management, business formalization, financial management, and business plan writing.Additionally, she said, the JBDC assisted some 2, 354 new clients to develop business ideas and issues related to start up and existing business operations. Further, close to 160 manufacturers attended furniture design/business clinics held in St. Ann and Portland.The JBDC also provided technical services for some 57 agro-processing/food production, craft, and fashion clients in areas such as formulation and/or adjustments of products, product design and development, pattern making and garment construction, labelling and packaging.The State Minister said another 209 clients benefitted from graphic design services related to packaging, labelling, and collateral material, while some 35 fashion and food production businesses utilised the incubator facility at the JBDC’s Resource Centre. She also advised that 56 audits were conducted for MSME facilities from various sectors, including furniture, craft, and fashion.Noting that no aspect of development should be “by-passed” in the thrust to build entrepreneurship, Mrs. Ffolkes Abrahams said the JBDC was also involved in several community development initiatives.She informed that the agency, working in tandem with the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, the Programme of Advancement through Health and Education (PATH), and the Steps to Work Programme, has provided business development training to approximately 676 individuals islandwide.“The objective is to graduate beneficiaries from PATH, by providing them with business development training and employment skills so that they can become economically self-sufficient,” she explained.The State Minister said the JBDC commenced conducting workshops for participants in the Labour and Social Security Ministry’s Youth Empowerment Strategy (YES), with 25 residents from the communities of Drewsland and Trench Town in St. Andrew, benefitting thus far.“The aim is to improve the quality of the labour force by providing access to decent and productive work, for youth,” she indicated.Mrs. Ffolkes Abrahams advised that the JBDC also commenced providing product development training in jewellery making, utilizing recyclable material, for participants in the private sector-led Youth Upliftment through Employment (YUTE) programme. Training she said, has been provided for 44 participants, thus far.Contact: Douglas McIntoshcenter_img RelatedKingstOOn Gets Underway with Major Local and Int’l Animators Advertisementslast_img read more

Chair of Mathematics

first_imgNorth Carolina School of Science and Mathematics –Morganton Campus seeks a Chair ofMathematicsClick here to view positionprofile: https://summitsearchsolutions.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/NCSSM_Mathematics_Chair_Profile.pdfLocation: Morganton, NorthCarolina The Position:The mathematics departmentoffers a wide variety of challenging courses. As nationallyrecognized experts in mathematical modeling and other practices,faculty encourage students to think deeply about the mathematicalconcepts they learn and to apply those concepts to real-worldsituations. The founding faculty of the Durham campus are regardedas iconic figures among alumni, and this position as a foundingfaculty leader of the brand new NCSSM-Morganton campus will help toshape the unique culture of this new learning community for decadesto come.Responsibilities:Collaborate with leadership and faculty across NCSSM’s tworesidential campuses and Online program to develop and deliver aninnovative, challenging academic curriculum, with a special focuson interdisciplinary courses and experiences.Work with the dean to provide effective leadership andsupervision for the mathematics department at NCSSM-Morganton,supervising approximately 8 faculty members, chairing departmentalmeetings, and participating in Board of Trustees, Foundation Boardof Directors, and Instructional Council meetings.Handle departmental personnel oversight, including hiring,monitoring, and evaluating faculty and staff work plans,self-appraisals, and improvement plans, and ensuring classcoverage, etc.Contribute to budgeting and purchasing and otherwise supportday-to-day activities.Develop and teach innovative and engaging courses in NCSSM’sresidential and online programs, with a focus on interdisciplinarystudies, with an initial course load of 1 per semester, increasingto 2 per semester in year 3 when campus startup duties havelessened. Qualifications:Master’s degree in a related academic field.Teaching experience in a related field, preferably withhigh-achieving secondary students or with undergraduates;experience or training for teaching a diverse studentpopulation.Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonalskills. Preferred skills and abilities:Experience with supervision or evaluation of teaching faculty,budgeting and spending, and the use of educational technology todeliver online and/or residential courses.Experience teaching courses in precalculus, calculus,statistics, data science, and/or additional undergraduate levelmath courses with a focus on solving real-world problems throughstudent-centered instruction.Experience or interest in presenting at local/nationalconferences and providing professional development opportunitiesfor high school teachers.  Click here to see formal job announcement for additionaldetails. About the Institution:North CarolinaSchool of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) is a world-class publichigh school with statewide reach empowering students with theskills and knowledge to design their own future. Specializing inscience, technology, engineering, and math, and embracing the finearts and humanities, it challenges 680 talented high school juniorsand seniors from across North Carolina through a residentialprogram on its historic campus in Durham—and beginning in 2022, ona new second campus being built in Morganton that will serve 300more residential students. NCSSM’s extensive online program andsummer offerings extend its impact to every corner of the state andto hundreds more students annually. NCSSM embraces diversity,equity, and inclusion, and seeks to recruit employees who sharethese same values. The residential program intentionally admitshalf male and half female students, and NCSSM opens itslife-changing opportunities to students from all economiccircumstances across the state from urban, rural, and suburbancommunities. Attending is free of cost for tuition, books, room,and board. To learn more: https://www.ncssm.edu/  Founded in 1980 as the first school of its kind, NCSSM hasbecome the model for 18 such specialized schools around the globeand is a member of the 17-institution University of North CarolinaSystem. Its 11,000-plus alumni include local and global leaders inmedicine, technology, commerce, education, and the arts—a communityof problem solvers who build a brighter future. The newNCSSM-Morganton campus will focus on the booming fields of datascience and artificial intelligence, preparing the leaders oftomorrow to navigate a future driven by data and machine learning,with emphasis on the humanistic implications and ethical use ofthese tools. Faculty at NCSSM become part of a close-knit campus communitywith colleagues, with students in residence alongside communitycoordinators, and with student life staff. The resources (includinga brand-new campus), academics, and extracurricular opportunitiesrival those of private boarding schools—but with a public schoolmission. NCSSM enjoys unique curricular freedom, encouragingfaculty creativity and innovation not possible at most highschools. In Morganton, students and faculty will learn alongsideindustry and educational leaders, with access to cutting-edgetechnologies and learning labs as part of NCSSM’s hallmarkholistic, interdisciplinary education featuring arts and thehumanities, including NCSSM’s use of the American Studies approachto teaching history and literature intandem. Why Consider the Opportunity:Public school, public service values: As apublic school, NCSSM extends opportunities to students in everycorner of North Carolina for the betterment of the state.Salary: To recruit top educators, NCSSM is ina multi-year process of raising its faculty salaries to becompetitive with the highest paying public high school systems inthe state.Resources: In addition to generous publicfunding, NCSSM raises millions in private gifts each year throughits NCSSM Foundation to further the mission of the school, withfunding and endowment earnings supporting each academic department,students with financial needs, participation in academiccompetitions, and more.Professional opportunities: The school offersfunding for conference and other professional travel andprofessional development opportunities, including taking freecourses in the UNC System.Academic freedom: Curricular freedom, no statestandardized testing, and the support for faculty to publishoriginal research (only if desired).Interdisciplinary innovation: Many coursesintegrate more than one disciplinary approach, such ascryptography, data science, and biocalculus.Leadership role: The chair will organize andlead colleagues in its discipline in Morganton and work closelywith the dean based in Durham.Motivated, talented students: Academicallytalented students have competed for the opportunity to attend andhave persuaded their families they are ready to leave home and liveindependently as high school juniors and as a rule are engaged,curious learners.Collaborative student body: NCSSM eschewsclass ranks and valedictorians and encourages students tocollaborate and support one another rather than compete.Small class size: Typical math courses contain20 students.Quality of life: Close professional and schoolcommunity, low cost of living, friendly community atmosphere,outdoor recreational opportunities, and accessible traveldestinations. To Apply:Confidential review ofapplications will begin immediately and continue until the positionis filled; parties who apply before or by May 31, 2021 willbe given first consideration. Interested candidates shouldsubmit a resume and letter of interest. To apply online, go to: https://theapplicantmanager.com/jobs?pos=su246 For more information or to offer recommendations ornominations:Arasi Adkins,MASenior ConsultantSummit SearchSolutions, Inc.Direct: (336) [email protected] NCSSM is an EEO/eVerify/VEVRAA EmployerNCSSMinvites and welcomes all applications for employment within theinstitution. NCSSM is an equal opportunity and affirmative actionemployer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration foremployment without regard to race, color, national origin,religion, sex, gender identity or expression, age, sexualorientation, genetic information, status as an individual with adisability, or status as a protected veteran. If you are anindividual with disabilities requiring accommodations in theapplication and interview process, please contact NCSSM at (919)416-2662.last_img read more