Lew K. Hunnicutt, an administrator who oversees two campuses of Frank Phillips College in Texas, has been named assistant provost and campus director at the University of Georgia’s Griffin campus. Hunnicutt serves on several committees at Frank Phillips College, including the president’s cabinet, the college’s strategic committee on planning and evaluation and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools reaffirmation leadership team. His community outreach includes service on the boards of the Perryton Rotary International, the Ochiltree County United Way and the Ochiltree County 4-H Advisory Board. “I am excited that Dr. Hunnicutt will be leading the UGA-Griffin campus,” said President Jere W. Morehead. “His extensive experience in administering instruction, research and outreach — particularly at a college with multiple campuses — will serve UGA-Griffin and our community partners well.” Hunnicutt joined Frank Phillips College in 2003 as the director of its Perryton campus. In that role, he managed a $3.8 million capital campaign to build a permanent campus that opened debt-free in 2005. He served as dean of the campus and was named the college’s service area liaison to broaden his responsibilities to include building relationships with communities and businesses in its nine-county, 9,400-square-mile service area. As vice president of extended services, a position he has held since 2013, he oversees extended education programs throughout the college’s service area. The assistant provost and campus director of UGA-Griffin is a new position, and Hunnicutt will oversee all research, Cooperative Extension and instructional programs at UGA-Griffin. He will report dually to the Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost to support instructional missions of the campus and to the dean of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences to support the research and Extension missions of the college. Hunnicutt began his academic career as an assistant professor in the department of agriculture at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and later joined the faculty of Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. Hunnicutt, whose appointment at UGA is effective Nov. 1, is currently the vice president of extended services at Frank Phillips College in the Texas Panhandle, where he is responsible for the operation of branch campuses in Perryton and Dalhart and where he oversees extended education programs such as continuing education and corporate development. “Dr. Hunnicutt has a proven record of linking campus resources with community-identified needs,” said Provost Pamela Whitten. “He is ideally suited to lead UGA-Griffin in its vital mission of expanding educational opportunities and conducting research and outreach that contribute to the economic vitality of our state.” Located 40 miles south of Atlanta, the UGA-Griffin campus was established in 1888 as the Georgia Experiment Station. It is one of three campuses that house Cooperative Extension services for the people of Georgia as well as internationally recognized research programs. In 2005, it launched academic programs to offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Undergraduate degree-completion programs as well as graduate degrees at UGA-Griffin are offered through UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, College of Education, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, and Terry College of Business. “To say I am excited about being chosen to lead the Griffin campus would be a grand understatement,” Hunnicutt said. “I feel my entire career has been preparing me for this position, and I consider it a distinct privilege to join the UGA family and Griffin campus team. The Griffin campus holds many opportunities, and I know we will all be proud of the outcome.” He earned his bachelor’s degree in animal science from Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas, and holds master’s degrees in reproductive biology, animal science and general agriculture. He earned his doctorate in animal science from the University of Wyoming in Laramie. UGA-Griffin is internationally known for its research in agriculture, food processing and food safety, among several other fields. Notable research centers at UGA-Griffin include the Center for Food Safety, the Food Product Innovation and Commercialization Center, the Center for Urban Agriculture, and a Turfgrass Research and Education Facility. For more information on UGA-Griffin, see campus.griffin.uga.edu.
Peak leaf season is right around the corner. You can follow all the drama across the state by viewing our Fall Foliage Reports. Each week throughout the season, we’ll be sharing current conditions with you from parks across the state. You can sign up for our weekly newsletter to get the latest updates on Foliage Reports, tips on where to go and what to see, our newest blogs and more. Special Bulletin: Leaf Reports If you’ve not tried one of our yurts, autumn is prime time for a yurt stay. Yurts aren’t climate controlled and make for cozy evenings. Each comes with a few parking spots, a fire ring and picnic area to get your grill on. If you want to explore your parks a little longer this fall, there’s still time to plan a weekend getaway. Make a Reservation It’s leaf peeping season! Fall foliage hikes, rides and paddles are well underway. If you’ve not visited a park near you, now is a good time to get out and take your “best” photos, because the fall colors won’t last long! Paddling at a state park using Avenza Maps The app is especially useful for paddlers looking for their put-in and take-outs, and for our “long-trail” parks like New River Trail and High Bridge. With features like point to point navigation and route tracking, you’ll always know how far you’ve gone and how much farther you have to go. Our camping cabins offer a similar experience—uninsulated, no frills shelters. They’re great for those who want to spend the day exploring and come back to a sturdy place to sleep. New park? No problem! Check out Avenza Maps on your mobile device and download the geo-referenced PDF maps of Virginia State Parks. Avenza uses the built-in GPS device on your mobile phone and works even when you don’t have mobile service. As you move through the park, your location, indicated as a blue dot, will move in real time on the map. Avenza will help you figure out which trail to take and where the nearest restroom is. It’s basically like having a park kiosk in the palm of your hand. Full-service and primitive campsites are available at many of our parks and are a great way to experience the season. Fall weather tends to be favorable for tent camping and the scenery is tough to beat. Get out and experiment with some new gear or take your friends out for a socially distanced hang at a park near you. Go in Confidence! Fall Trail Hike at Natural Tunnel State Park Douthat Lake State Park in the fall Know Before You Go For the latest information on your favorite park’s recreation opportunities and potential closures, visit www.virginiastateparks.gov/besafe.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 21-year-old man was shot to death in his Flanders residence during an armed home invasion early Sunday morning, Suffolk County police said.Southampton Town Police officers responded to a 911 call reporting that armed men had broken into a Priscilla Avenue home and shot a man at 3:15 a.m.Upon arrival, police found Demitri Hampton with a gunshot wound to his chest. The victim was taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead where he was pronounced dead.The case is the sixth armed home invasion in Suffolk County in nearly two weeks. Homicide Squad detectives are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information on this case to call them at 631-852-6392 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.
National Credit Union Administration board member J. Mark McWatters supports including supplemental capital in the agency’s risk-based capital (RBC) proposal set to be issued for a 90-day comment period at the Jan. 15 NCUA board meeting.McWatters confirmed that to the Credit Union National Association Wednesday. He also raised this issue with members of the New Jersey Credit Union League Tuesday at the NCUA’s headquarters. The NCUA board member said he would support a provision within the RBC proposal that would allow credit unions to access more sources of capital.CUNA has urged the NCUA to allow any federally insured credit union to use supplemental capital to meet RBC requirements, which could be permitted without statutory changes. CUNA also supports statutory changes to permit the use of supplementary capital to meet Tier I net worth requirements. Currently, only low-income designated credit unions may use supplemental capital for net worth requirements.On the legislative front, CUNA supports the Capital Access for Small Businesses and Jobs Act (H.R. 719). Introduced by Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.), the bill would allow the NCUA to determine what forms of supplemental capital could be offered. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
If you were to walk into a room of strangers, how would you be perceived? Would your actions tell them that you are leader?John Rampton, Entrepreneur contributor, stresses in his recent post that whether a person is a real leader is determined by his or her actions, not title. He then lists nine actions that successful leaders take every day. His list states that leaders:1. Clearly communication their vision and performance expectations. Leaders are known for their excellent communication skills.2. Make lightning-fast decisions. Leaders are expert decision makers.3. Put the spotlight on others. Good leaders make sure they acknowledge the hard work and dedication of others, and they show gratitude when necessary.4. Put themselves last. If necessary, a good leader will even sacrifice something for their teams.5. Accept full responsibility and share the credit. Leaders don’t make excuses. continue reading » 13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The Airbus A319 aircraft was solemnly greeted with the traditional “baptism” of water cannons of the fire brigade, while the director of Zadar Airport, Josip Klišmanić, expressed his satisfaction with the established cooperation with Germany.We are very proud of the arrival of a new company in Zadar and a new line to Zurich. It is extremely important that Zadar Airport has a connection to such an important European airport hub as Zurich.Said Klismanic.Germania’s planes will connect Zadar and Zurich three times a week, on Wednesdays and two rotations on Saturdays. On Wednesdays the plane arrives from Zurich at 09:20, and the return is at 10:05, while on Saturdays there are two routes on offer. Arrival from Zurich is at 09:20 and departure at 10:05. The evening plane from Zurich arrives at 20:20 and departs at 21:05.German Finance Director Jörg Adenmatten pointed out that the expansion of the flight network to Croatia is becoming an increasingly important part of Germamia’s strategy. “The establishment of this line is a new and important step in expanding our offer in this beautiful region. There are long ties between Croats and Swiss throughout history. We are proud to be able to offer a direct flight to the large community of Croats in Switzerland, and to the citizens of Switzerland who come in large numbers to Croatia on vacation.”Zadar twice a week connected with FrankfurtAfter Munich, this is the company’s second line to Zadar Airport and the ninth destination of the Lufthansa Group. From today, Zadar will be connected to Frankfurt twice a week by Airbus A319 aircraft, on Saturdays and Sundays.After last year’s record of 589.000 passengers at Zadar Airport, this year is expected to be between 5 and 7 percent higher traffic compared to 2017. This Saturday, May 12.05.2018, XNUMX, the independent airline Germania established a new route to Zadar Airport and connected this part of Croatia with Zurich.
Read Also: Barcelona star Coutinho seeks Premier League returnThe 26-year-old has netted seven goals and provided three assists in his 23 matches for Betis since his landmark summer switch from French club Olympique Lyonnais.Indeed, that signing was viewed as a significant coup for the Seville-based club and it has been widely reported that another club could swoop this coming summer.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 El Desmarque cites a report in the Daily Star that the Gunners even held discussions with him last summer before he left Lyon but was already set on a move to Seville. Arsenal have identified Real Betis playmaker Nabil Fekir as a replacement for Dani Ceballos, whose loan deal expires this summer.Advertisement Loading… Ceballos is approaching the end of his season-long loan deal in North London from Real Madrid and there have even been suggestions he could return to Betis this summer.It follows a similar report in fichajes.net that Real Madrid are interested after he played a starring role in the most recent La Liga match – a 2-1 win for Betis at home to Los Blancos.Meanwhile, last week a report in Diario AS claimed that Milan also held an interest in the France international but their €40m valuation of the player was unlikely to be enough.Los Verdiblancos are likely to miss out on European football this season and will therefore need to sell star players – Giovani Lo Celso, Pau Lopez and Junior Firpo were among those to depart last summer. Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Insane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?Playing Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them
The mentees and mentors will cap their sessions on September 9. “The mentoring sessions will be every Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.,” said Alian. Meanwhile, Alian said that Antique mentees who were part of the batch that began last March 6 but sessions were suspended due to the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine to curb the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 will have to repeat from the first module. The first batch of the 2020 KMME will start with an orientation about the program, Alian added. Mentors who are accredited by the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship will discuss 10 modules in total. Among them are Entrep Mindset and Values Formation and Marketing Mindset. SAN JOSE, Antique – The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) will commence its first regional online mentoring for interested micro, small and medium entrepreneurs on July 15. “The mentees will no longer have to meet their mentors personally in one venue. They will have their virtual mentoring,” Wilson Alian, in charge of the Kapatid Mentor Me (KMME) program of DTI-Antique, said on July 10. According to him, 14 mentees from this province will join 26 other mentees from Aklan and Iloilo provinces in the virtual sessions that will be hosted by the regional office of the DTI based in Iloilo City. “There will be six mentees who will have their virtual mentoring at the San Jose de Buenavista Negosyo Center (NC) and five others at (the) Sibalom NC,” he said, adding that three other mentees from this capital town, Sibalom and Patnongon opted to have the sessions either in their homes or offices. (With a report from PNA/PN)
Premier League faces a significant bill of £4 million for COVID-19 testing kits if they wish to resume the season. Everyone involved with the reopening plans recognises that significant and frequent testing is the only way to ensure footballers and staff, and their families, are safe. The Daily Mail reports the league is willing to foot the bill for the testing kits that would ensure everyone can get tested twice a week after the resumption of group training. But there are ethical concerns among medical professionals.Advertisement Loading… Staff are worried about the way it would look if football is using so many testing kits when the average person or even some healthcare workers are struggling to get tested. There will be another Premier League shareholders’ meeting on Friday to discuss their plans to resume play to finish out the season. read also:Aguero decorates sitting room with hat trick match balls, EPL awards Games will be behind closed doors, but no confirmed date has been set for the resumption of play. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Biggest Cities In The World So FarTop 10 TV Friends Who Used To Be EnemiesIncredible Discoveries That Puzzled The Whole World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThe Best Geek Movies Of All Time11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top6 Stunning Bridges You’ll Want To See With Your Own EyesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More
West Ham were held to a goalless draw by Barclays Premier League bottom side Sunderland but it will be the Black Cats who will be more disappointed with having to settle for a share of the spoils. The Hammers had the ball in the net from the resulting set-piece as Guy Demel bundled it home but referee Andre Marriner had already blown for a free-kick for an infringement. The early pace of the game was lost as the first half progressed, with Marriner coming under increasing scrutiny from the home fans for giving a number of decisions in favour of the Black Cats. Their upset turned to anger just before the half-hour mark as Collins was instructed to hurry up with a free-kick inside his own half despite the fact Altidore was clearly not 10 yards back. The Wales international eventually took the free-kick and it hit Altidore, with Fabio Borini breaking at an unprotected West Ham defence before shooting straight at Jaaskelainen. Full-back Bardsley came closest to opening the scoring before the interval as his arrowed drive cracked against Jaaskelainen’s crossbar with the experienced Finn well beaten. Ravel Morrison then burst to life with two jinking and twisting runs that left more than one Sunderland defender on the ground but neither resulted in chances for the hosts. Giaccherini saw a shot deflected behind as the half drew to a close and Demel blocked well from Borini as Poyet’s side ended the half in the ascendancy. Skipper Cattermole had the last meaningful touch of the half as he flashed in an effort that once again required Jaaskelainen to make a save. The movement of Sunderland’s attacking trio of Giaccherini, Borini and Altidore continued to cause West Ham problems at the start of the second-half as the Black Cats started on the front foot once more. West Ham were still enjoying small spells of possession with the craft of Morrison continuing to look their most likely way through to opening the scoring. The former Manchester United youngster hit a low shot that was well saved by Vito Mannone before Diame thrashed an effort into the side-netting after making space for himself inside the box. The game reverted back to a pattern similar to the opening exchanges with both sides looking to break the deadlock, although neither Sebastian Larsson nor Giaccherini could test Jaaskelainen with their respective efforts. Altidore did work Jaaskelainen after a smart turn in the box but the 38-year-old saved comfortably as the game remained goalless with 30 minutes remaining. Poyet turned to substitutes Adam Johnson and Steven Fletcher to win him the game while Allardyce introduced Carlton Cole from the bench for the final 15 minutes as he looked to give his side more attacking clout. But it was Sunderland who came close once again as Ki turned inside the box and saw his effort pushed away by Jaaskelainen. Morrison flashed a shot wide with just under five minutes remaining, with West Ham seemingly shifting their game plan and aiming long balls towards Cole. Former Sunderland defender George McCartney almost scored a lucky winner deep in stoppage time when his cross had to be tipped over by Mannone as the game ended goalless. Sunderland defender Phil Bardsley came closest to finding a winner with a long-range pile-driver that came back off the woodwork towards the end of the first half. Gus Poyet’s side need to start picking up wins but, with no league goal away from home since August 31, Sunderland know where their improvement must come from. The game started at a high tempo as both sides looked to strike early and settle any nerves that would have been prominent at kick-off. Mohamed Diame nutmegged John O’Shea and held off Lee Cattermole before cutting a cross back to Modibo Maiga, who blazed over with Wes Brown sliding in. The same duo linked up again moments later with a deeper cross from Diame headed towards the back post by Maiga, with the onrushing Matt Jarvis unable to get a telling touch. The best early chance fell to the visitors as Emanuele Giaccherini slipped a ball into the path of Jozy Altidore but the United States international’s shot was tipped behind by Jussi Jaaskelainen. The corner was only cleared as far as Ki Sung-yueng, whose rasping drive was deflected behind with the Swansea loanee blazing over from a similar position seconds later. With the game still wide open, Jarvis’ cross to the near-post was just missed by James Collins with the ball deflecting behind for a corner. Press Association The Hammers struggled to create any chances of note in a poor game at Upton Park and they remain outside of the league’s relegation zone by just a point. Co-chairman David Sullivan had said earlier in the day that manager Sam Allardyce will be at the club until the end of the season but a lacklustre display in front of a largely disgruntled crowd will have done the Hammers boss few favours.