The Bard Early Colleges, tuition-free, satellite campuses of BardCollege operated through partnerships with public school systems,are founded on the belief that many high-school-age students areeager and ready for the intellectual challenges of a collegeeducation.Employer Website: https://apply.interfolio.com/85337DescriptionBard High School Early College (BHSEC) Baltimore, a partnershipbetween Bard College and the Baltimore City Public Schools inBaltimore, Maryland, invites applications for a full-time facultyposition in American History, beginning August 2021. Applicantswith a background in the histories of people of color, women,and/or LGBTQ communities are encouraged to apply.The Bard early colleges enable talented and highly motivatedstudents to complete a high school diploma and an Associate of Artsdegree from Bard College within four years of study. The academicprogram emphasizes small classes and a commitment to teaching adiverse student body.QualificationsThe successful applicant for this position must be committed toteaching classes at both the high school and college levels. Inaddition, candidates will be expected to participate fully in thelife of the school, including student advising, club advising, andcommittee service. An M.A. in history, ethnic studies, or relatedfield and dedication to teaching are required. Candidates who willhave a Ph.D. at the time of employment, or who are ABD, with highschool and/or college teaching experience are preferred.Application InstructionsTo apply, please submit a letter of interest, one-page teachingstatement, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference as a.pdf through the Interfolio job application link provided here:http://apply.interfolio.com/85337.QuestionsInquiries about vacant positions, as well as letters of referencesif they cannot be sent through the Interfolio job application linkprovided, can be submitted to Dr. Francesca Gamber, Principal, [email protected] of applications to begin immediately.Bard High School Early College is an equal opportunity employer andwe welcome applications from those who contribute to our diversity.Women and members of under-represented groups are stronglyencouraged to apply. Please see the Bard employee handbook for moreinformation about the employee policies of the College.AA/EOEThis position is contingent upon passing Baltimore City PublicSchools pre-employment screening process and availability of funds.Work authorization in the United States is required for all BHSECBaltimore faculty positions.AA/EOE
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From left: Mick Beresford, Mashi Kaneta, Sugar Robertson, Billy Eyles and Nick Shaw.PSC Golf from The Players’ LoungeSunday, Jan. 21, Green Valley – StablefordA Flight1st Mick Beresford (15) 39pts 2nd Pat Reagan (17) 35pts3rd Peter LeNoury (16) 34pts4th Steve Mann (12) 34ptsB Flight1st Nigel Harrison (24) 42pts2nd George French (23) 37pts3rd Barry Tregurtha (21) 36pts4th Billy Eyles (21) 36ptsNear Pins: No 5 Soren Hanson, No 13 Steve Hanson.2’s: Michael Peterson and George French.A good field of 21 players turned out for our regular Sunday bash at Green Valley in perfect playing conditions. The course was in fine condition but the greens were a tad slower than normal. The pace of the play was also slow with the round tacking about 4 and half hours.B Flight’s Nigel Harrison was the man of the match with an excellent 42 points and was followed up the podium steps by George French, playing his very first game in Thailand. Barry Tregurtha and Billy ‘the hat’ Eyles were knotted on 36 points when the knot was undone it was Barry who gained the bronze step, leaving Billy to tidy up the flight.The golf manager led the senior flight into the barn with a solid 39 points. Mick was four clear of Co. Dublin’s Pat Regan while Peter LeNoury and Aussie star Steve Mann went to a count-back, both with 34 points and with Barry just managing to edge Steve for the bronze.Tuesday, Jan. 23, Green Valley – StablefordA Flight1st Mashi Kaneta (17) 36pts2nd Sugar Robinson (9) 34pts3rd Mick Beresford (15) 33ptsB Flight1st Nick Shaw (20) 36pts2nd Billy Eyles (21) 35pts3rd Bill Peach (20) 35ptsNear Pins: No 5 Gerry Roach, no 13 Sugar Robinson.It was back to Green Valley for our usual Tuesday visit and there was a fair turnout and we had to turn 8 players away as we could not get any more tee times. The day started well until the lads reached the 15th hole and the heavens opened up, causing some players to call it a day.New player to the group Mashi Kaneta took the top spot in the senior flight with an even par round. Mashi was two strokes clear of Scotland’s very own Sugar Robinson while the bronze spot was decided on a count-back with Mickey Beresford edging Sugar’s compatriot Mark Wood off the podium steps.B flight was not to be outdone they had their own 36 pointer in the shape of Nick ‘Elvis’ Shaw. Billy Eyles slipped into second spot on a count-back over Bill Peach 17-14.Friday, Jan. 26, Jan. Kings Naga – Stableford1st Howard Bland (25) 35pts2nd Tony Oakes (13) 33pts3rd Pat Reagan (17) 33pts4th Billy Eyles (21) 33ptsKings Naga (the old Rayong Country club) was the venue on Friday and we had a low number of players with just 13 on show. The course was in good condition and we found it to be very testing as no player was able to equal par.Top score of the day was turned in by Howard Bland with 35 points and three players were tied on 33, Tony ‘the glove’ Oaks, Pat Regan and Billy ‘the hat’ Eyles. When the divots had settled it was Tony who picked up the second spot, Pat was in third place and Billy was left to close the flight in fourth.
On selection of the squad, McNamara said: “It’s always an exciting time when the Six Nations comes around and things have been building well since before Christmas. We had two good run outs against Leinster and Munster Development sides where the players had the opportunity to put their hands up for selection for this squad.There’s a lot of talent in the playing group, and we’re looking forward to seeing these young men run out in the green jersey over the coming weeks. Four Connacht players have been named on the The Ireland U20 squad, sponsored by PwC, for the 2019 U20 Six Nations Championship by Head Coach Noel McNamara.Ryan Lomas from Galwegians, The Buccaneers pairing of Colm Reilly and Niall Murray and Corinthians player Dylan Tierney-Martin are the four named on the squad.The 40-man squad features 5 players who were capped across last season’s U20 Six Nations and World Rugby U20 World Championships.In the forwards hooker Dylan Tierney-Martin and second-row Charlie Ryan both featured last season, as did out-half Harry Byrne and wingers Angus Kernohan and James McCarthy.Clontarf’s David Hawkshaw is named as captain, with Ryan and scrum-half Craig Casey named as vice-captains.The side will play their two home games against England and France in Irish Independent Park. Inpho We also have a new home this season in Irish Independent Park, which is a great venue and I’m sure there will be a superb atmosphere when we welcome England and France under lights on Friday evenings.”Commenting on the squad announcement, David McGee, Markets & Strategy Partner at PwC Ireland said:“At PwC, we are excited to kick-off this year’s Six Nations Championship as we enter our fourteenth year as sponsors of the Ireland U20 squad.We are proud to support such a hard-working team. They embody our aim as a firm to think beyond the now and build a platform for the future.As the progression from the U20s to the full senior squad becomes more pronounced, we look forward to following the development of these players throughout this campaign.We take pride in our focus on developing talent to ensure the best results for our people, our clients and our business partners. We know that Irish Rugby shares the same approach.Finally, I would like to wish the team the very best of luck in the upcoming Championship. I have no doubt they will do us proud.”Ireland will get their campaign underway against England on Friday week in Irish Independent Park at 7.15pm and their second fixtures sees them travel to Netherdale outside Edinburgh to take on Scotland.They are on the road again for their third fixture against Italy in Rieti, before facing France back in Irish Independent Park.Their final game of the tournament is away to Wales on the 15th March in Colwyn Bay.Tickets for the home fixtures in Irish Independent Park are available from www.ticketmaster.ieIRELAND U20 Squad, sponsored by PwC, for the U20 Six Nations Championship 2019Forwards:Azur Allison (Ballymena RFC/Ulster)Ryan Baird (Dublin University FC/Leinster)Tom Clarkson (Dublin University FC/Leinster)Giuseppe Coyne (Dublin University FC/Leinster)Brian Deeney (Clontarf FC/Leinster)John Hodnett (UCC RFC/Munster)Paddy Kelly (Young Munster RFC/Munster)Ryan Lomas (Galwegians RFC/Connacht)Luke Masters (Shannon RFC/Munster)David McCann (Banbridge RFC/Ulster)JJ McKee (Ballymena RFC/Ulster)John McKee (Old Belvedere RFC/Leinster)Michael Milne (UCD RFC/Leinster)Martin Moloney (Old Belvedere RFC/Leinster)Niall Murray (Buccaneers RFC/Connacht)Scott Penny (UCD RFC/Leinster)Charlie Ryan (UCD RFC/Leinster) * Vice-CaptainBilly Scannell (Young Munster RFC/Munster)Dylan Tierney-Martin (Corinthians RFC/Connacht) *Ronan Watters (St. Mary’s College RFC/Leinster)Josh Wycherley (Young Munster RFC/Munster)Backs:Harry Byrne (Lansdowne FC/Leinster) *Craig Casey (Shannon RFC/Munster) Vice-CaptainJake Flannery (Shannon RFC/Munster)Sean French (Cork Constitution RFC/Munster)Cormac Foley (St. Mary’s College RFC/Leinster)David Hawkshaw (Clontarf FC/Old Belvedere) CaptainBen Healy (Garryowen RFC/Munster)Bruce Houston (Ballymena RFC/Ulster)Iwan Hughes (Ballynahinch RFC/Ulster)Angus Kernohan (Queen’s University RFC / Ulster) *James McCarthy (UL Bohemian RFC/Munster) *Stewart Moore (Malone RFC/Ulster)Oli Morris (Saracens / IQ Rugby)Aaron O’Sullivan (UCD RFC/Leinster/IQ Rugby)Conor Phillips (Young Munster RFC/Munster)Colm Reilly (Buccaneers RFC/Connacht)Rob Russell (Dublin University FC/Leinster)Liam Turner (Dublin University FC/Leinster)Jonathan Wren (Cork Constitution FC/Munster)*Denotes Previously Capped at U20 levelIRELAND U20 Six Nations Fixtures 2019Friday 1st February 2019Ireland U20 v England U20, 7.15pm, Irish Independent Park, CorkLive on RTEFriday 8th February 2019Scotland U20 v Ireland U20, 7.30pm. Netherdale, GalashielsTBCFriday 22nd February 2019Italy U20 v Ireland U20, Stadio Centro d’Italia, RietiStream via FIR – Facebook.com/Federugby & Youtube.com/FedrugbyFriday 8th March 2019Ireland U20 v France U20, 7.15pm, Irish Independent Park, CorkLive on RTEFriday 15th March 2019Wales U20 v Ireland U20, 7.15pm, Stadwim Zip World (Parc Eirias), Colwyn BayLive on RTEprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
The IGB joins the Irish Bookmakers Association,Horse Racing Ireland, SkyBet and several English Football League clubs in supportingthe initiative.During Responsible Gambling Week, staff atIGB-licensed stadia across Ireland will be encouraged to initiate conversationswith customers about problem gambling, with messaging being prominentlydisplayed at all venues.Director of Tote Wagering with the Irish GreyhoundBoard, Joe Lewins, commented: “We’re proud to be supporting ResponsibleGambling Week 2019, a very worthwhile initiative, having successfully supportedlast year’s campaign. We would encourage visitors to Irish greyhound tracks atall times, but particularly this week, to be very mindful of only spending whatyou can afford and to set limits for both time and money when gambling.Visitors to our tracks this week will notice the IGB’s commitment toresponsible gambling all year round.”CEO of the Irish Greyhound Board, Gerard Dollard,commented: “It’s very important that people are aware of not only how to gambleresponsibly, but of the tools that are out there to help people to do that. Thetheme of the week is ‘let’s talk about gambling’, which is what staff atgreyhound stadia will be available to do. The IGB Strategic Plan 2018-2022targets competing within the betting industry as a priority for the Board. Todo that, we need to demonstrate ethical responsibility and to engage withothers to ensure our customers are betting responsibly.”Tips to manage responsible gambling and contactdetails available for those in need of help will be published throughout theIGB’s racing programmes, through in-stadia messaging and on its social mediaplatforms throughout RG Week 2019.Whatis Responsible Gambling?Responsible gambling is a broad term often used bythe gambling industry which describes the initiatives and measures they have inplace to inform gamblers on how to keep gambling fun and safe, provide helpfultools to protect players from adverse consequences of gambling, as well asensuring gamblers have adequate support services if and when required.Tipsto avoid allowing gambling becoming a problem; Some tips for ensuring your gambling remains funinclude;· Onlygamble with what you can afford.· Set limits and stick to them.· Avoid chasing losses.· Never allow gambling to interfere with your personal relationships.· Don’t use gambling as a means of escape.· Takefrequent breaks from your gambling.· Don’t think of gambling as a way to make money.· Gambling and alcohol are not a good combinationWhatdoes the gambling industry do to try and reduce or prevent problem gambling?Social responsibility has been increasinglyfundamental to the industry’s approach to customers and business. As an industry, we recognise that we cannotprevent problem gambling on our own. Anumber of safeguarding measures have been introduced and we will continue toimprove those measures in-line with International best practices. Thesemeasures include;· Staff training and awareness to identify and approach persons that maybe affected by problem gambling.· Prominent display and availability of relevant material relating toidentifying problem gambling and the services and support that is available· On-line Reality checks, allow customers to set a session durationreminder. This reminder can help them to manage how long they are in a gamingsession.· Deposit limits, with the option to set personal daily, weekly or monthlydeposit limits.· Regular Responsible gambling messaging in stores, on sites, via socialmedia channels and on customer communications. Which assist to reinforce theresponsible gambling messaging, and the little tips and reminders about how tokeep gambling under control· Self-exclusion facilities, which will prevent customer from accessinggambling services in that premises.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Thousands of customers and staff at greyhound stadianationwide will be participating during RG Week, which runs from November 7th –13th. The Irish Greyhound Board is encouraging all of itsbetting customers to gamble responsibly as Responsible Gambling Week 2019 getsunderway.
Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netBOCAUE – It wasn’t the Christmas gift Blackwater was expecting on Sunday.Losing a 15-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Elite became the first team to lose to lowly Mahindra, 97-93, in overtime this 2017 PBA Philippine Cup.ADVERTISEMENT Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town Smart’s Siklab Saya: A multi-city approach to esports PH among economies most vulnerable to virus UFC: White says ‘it’s just not right’ to book McGregor vs. Diaz 3 Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan PLAY LIST 01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: ‘Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient’01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07’HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!’03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND EDITORS’ PICK View comments Shanghai officials reveal novel coronavirus transmission modes Smart hosts first 5G-powered esports exhibition match in PH Senators to proceed with review of VFA Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town As fate of VFA hangs, PH and US forces take to the skies for exercise MOST READ “Christmas could’ve been good to us but all of us got down. It’s tough that we’re already within the win but still lost the game. In those situations, you just have to fight.”Dela Cruz said that the team will look at this defeat as a huge motivation for their playoff push once the action continues next year.“Even though the opponent is strong, we have to follow our gameplan and we must not lose our confidence.”Blackwater will next face defending champion San Miguel on January 6.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next We are young And even the players were left speechless by the devastating defeat.“I don’t know what to say. It’s tough,” said Mac Belo before politely excusing himself from the media scrum.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSWe are youngSPORTSFreddie Roach: Manny Pacquiao is my Muhammad AliArt dela Cruz, meanwhile, mustered enough courage and took responsibility for the meltdown, saying, “No excuses. I’ll take the blame.”The sophomore forward noted that Blackwater looked out of sync after taking a 79-64 lead with 7:50 to play in regulation, settling for ill-advised shots and letting Mahindra gain momentum which led to the collapse. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Where did they go? Millions left Wuhan before quarantine “We didn’t have the eagerness to win. Our shots were hurried and forced, and we didn’t follow our plays. We have to learn those experiences in endgame situations, and having a team that has a lot of rookies, we have to overcome those situations.”Despite the setback, the Elite is still in the playoff picture at solo fifth with a 4-3 card, but the loss extended the franchise’ horrible record in overtime games, which is now at 0-6 since entering the league in 2014.Blackwater also got dealt a pair of blackeyes after Dela Cruz and Kyle Pascual suffered shoulder injuries. The former, though, was still able to hang on and finish the game.“Actually, I didn’t want to play anymore but the team needed me. Coach told me to just play,” said dela Cruz, who was still clutching his left shoulder as he made his exit from Philippine Arena. “Kyle’s injury also helped Mahindra set the tone for that run that reached 17-2.”The Floodbuster finished the fourth on a 19-4 blast to tie the game at 83 before Alex Mallari took charge in overtime.ADVERTISEMENT
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