The Department of Otolaryngology at West Virginia University isseeking a full-time General Otolaryngologist to expand ourgeneral otolaryngology and allergy services. In addition toproviding excellent patient care, the successful candidate will beactively involved in the teaching of medical students andotolaryngology residents. Opportunities are available for thoseinterested in clinical/basic research. https://medicine.hsc.wvu.edu/otolaryngology/ For additional information, please contact Kelli Piccirillo, SeniorPhysician Recruiter, at [email protected] . Applyonline at http://wvumedicine.org/morgantowncareers/.WVU & UHA are AA/EO employer –Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – and WVU is the recipient of anNSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. Successful candidates must have an MD, MD/PhD or DO degree (theemployer accepts foreign educational equivalent) and be eligible toobtain an unrestricted West Virginia medical license and must beboard certified/eligible by the American Board of Otolaryngology atthe time of appintment. Faculty rank and salary will becommensurate with credentials.Please view the links below to learn more about WVU’s Department ofOtolaryngology. WVU Medicine is West Virginia University’s affiliated healthsystem, West Virginia’s largest private employer, and a nationalleader in patient safety and quality. The WVU Health System iscomprised of fourteen member hospitals and six hospitals undermanagement agreements, anchored by its flagship hospital, J.W RubyMemorial Hospital in Morgantown, a 700+ bed academic medicalcenter. WVU Medicine has more than 1,000 active medical staffmembers and 18,000 employees who serve hundreds of thousands ofpeople each year from across the state of West Virginia and thenation.Morgantown, West Virginia is located just over an hour southof Pittsburgh, PA and three hours from Washington, D.C. andBaltimore, MD. Morgantown is consistently rated as one of the bestsmall metropolitan areas in the country for both lifestyle andbusiness climate. The area offers the cultural diversity andamenities of a large city in a safe, family-friendly environment.There is also an excellent school system and an abundance ofbeautiful homes and recreational activities such as hiking, biking,skiing, white-water rafting, and Division I collegeathletics. Paid relocation and 100% employer-contributed 401aResearch and academic opportunity / excellent work-lifebalance with little callFree college tuition to WVU for dependents / onsitechildcare The department provides expertise in all subspecialty areas ofOtolaryngology. 16 full time faculty members and 6 APPs provideclinical care at 4 locations, including the VA hospital. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYViIirG6O0 & feature=youtu.be Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals withDisabilities.Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided byOFCCP here .The contractor will not discharge or in any other mannerdiscriminate against employees or applicants because they haveinquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay ofanother employee or applicant. However, employees who have accessto the compensation information of other employees or applicants asa part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay ofother employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwisehave access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is(a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtheranceof an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including aninvestigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with thecontractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR60-1.35(c)
See our recipe supplement, which came free with British Baker on 1 Dec, for a selection of great commercially scaled-up recipes from around the world. We featured some top names from TV chef Paul Rankin (pictured) to bakery writer Richard Bertinet and chocolatier Trevor Backhouse.From Irish soda bread to French pain de campagne, Indonesian salmon baguette to Italian slipper pizza, the recipes will give you the new ideas you need to tempt your customers.
Source: Hobart Equipment DivisionIan Parr, former Bristol regional manager at Hobart Equipment DivisionIan Parr and Robert Dyson, Hobart Equipment DivisionSales veterans Ian Parr and Robert Dyson have announced their retirement with Hobart Equipment Division, which supplies commercial warewashing systems to bakery and other sectors.Parr began his 36-year career at Hobart Equipment in 1984. He worked as a sales executive in Liverpool, before covering the Heathrow area and later becoming sales manager of the region.Soon after, he secured the role of Bristol regional manager, in which he was awarded the firm’s regional sales trophy in 2000, 2002, 2018 and 2019. Andrew Chapman, Deans Management ServicesAndrew Chapman has joined Deans Management Services as general manager for sales and operation in the UK. Source: Deans Management ServicesAndrew Chapman, general manager at Deans Management ServicesHe has worked as a national co-ordinator for Bakers Basco and operations manager at asset recovery firm Acqsys.Chapman specialises in a host of industries including bakery, brewery, dairy and foodservice, in addition to equipment such as trays and pallets.“For us to bring Andrew on board as a general manager is a big step change for Deans MS and another sign of our growth despite the current economic climate,” said managing director Trevor Tomalin.He is experienced in manufacturing and sales service within the material handling sector, as well as tracking and recovery systems.“We have invested in an additional service centre which will be active from January 2021 and are expanding our range of products and services in the coming months to drive the business forward on our strategic journey. Andrew is going to be a key player in steering us on this journey and achieving our objectives,” Tomalin added. Source: Campden BRIPete Headridge, chief executive at Campden BRIGlebe Farm, Campden BRI and Deans Management Services have bolstered their services with new hires, while Hobart Equipment Division bids farewell to two long-serving employees.From new hires to retirees, these bakery specialists have a wealth of experience in sales, operation, technical, quality and food development.Here are the latest movers and shakers in the bakery industry: Source: Glebe FarmArnaud Kaziewicz, head of culinary projects at Glebe FarmArnaud Kaziewicz, Glebe FarmCambridgeshire-based Glebe Farm Foods has appointed Arnaud Kaziewicz as head of culinary projects.In his new role, Kaziewicz will focus on developing closer collaboration with customers, bakers and food manufacturers in all aspects of food development, recipe creation and menu innovation.Glebe Farm Foods will also be installing a development kitchen on-site, in which customers, chefs and baristas can trial and test gluten-free oat flakes, oat flour and oat milk.“Arnaud will be a key part of our innovation, testing and new concepts, whilst also working closely with our customers to help them develop menus and discover how gluten free oats can be best used. I am sure he will be a great asset to have on board,” said director Rebecca Rayner.He brings with him 25 years of experience, and has worked in similar roles at Bakkavor Group, Greencore Group and Samworth Brothers. Arnaud was recently the director of food at Eat.He has also worked as a chef at two Michelin star restaurants, run his own bakery and been a finalist on Masterchef: The Professionals. Source: Campden BRIPete Headridge, chief executive at Campden BRIPete Headridge, Campden BRICampden BRI COO Pete Headridge will succeed Chris Huscroft as chief executive, following his retirement on 1 January 2021.Huscroft joined the firm in 2018 as director of technology, before becoming director of the centre of technical excellence, followed by a year as COO. He previously worked in senior technical and quality roles at the Kellogg Company.Campden offers a range of scientific, technical and regulatory support to a number of industries, including bakery. Its offer includes training in science and technology as well as practical skills covering topics such as biscuits, cakes and bread.“This is an exciting time for Campden BRI. A new senior team has been brought together during 2020, with a number of key internal and external appointments. I look forward to working with them to deliver our exciting three-year growth strategy,” said Headridge.“Campden BRI has faced unprecedented challenges in 2020 and Chris has guided the organisation through this difficult period very effectively. In the latter half of the past year, Chris has worked closely with Pete and the senior team to set Campden BRI on a new course for the future,” said Tim Holmes, chairman of the Campden BRI Group. Source: Hobart Equipment DivisionRobert Dyson, regional sales manager at Hobart Equipment DivisionMeanwhile, Dyson joined the equipment manufacturer as a national account sales executive for the service division in 1993. He then moved on to the sales division to sell and promote beverage systems in Scotland and the north of England.Dyson became regional sales manager in 2004 and won the regional sales trophy in 2008 and 2009.“It’s impossible to do full justice to Ian and Robert’s distinguished careers in this short announcement, so it will be our pleasure to welcome them both to our next internal team dinner, where we will recognise their achievements, congratulate and formally thank them for their efforts and commitment. For now, we wish them a long and happy retirement and all the very best for the future,” said sales director Tim Bender.
Load remaining images The Jake Peavy Foundation and Outsiders Presents teamed up this week for the inaugural Outsiders Ball, a two-day collaboration between Peavy, mega-Grateful-Dead-fan and MLB starting pitcher (formerly of the San Francisco Giants, but now a free agent), and Phil Lesh, the Dead’s legendary bassist. The Outsiders Ball took place in Peavy’s hometown of Mobile, AL with a private event on November 21st and a public concert on the 22nd, with all proceeds going to the disaster relief to support individuals and families affected by the recent hurricanes in Florida, Puerto Rico, and the Caribbean, as well as victims of the Northern California fires. Proceeds will be donated to a variety of organizations via The Jake Peavy Foundation on behalf of Jake and Phil and Jill Lesh.Major League Deadhead: Jake Peavy’s Unlimited Devotion To The Grateful DeadOn Wednesday night, Phil & his Family Band took over to the Mobile Civic Center with special guests Eric Krasno of Soulive and Lettuce, George Porter Jr. of The Meters, Marcus King, Ivan Neville of Dumpstaphunk, Jennifer Hartswick from Trey Anastasio Band, Chris Spies of Matador! Soul Sounds, and Jake Peavy himself. The band played through Grateful Dead standards, as well as fun covers “Sweet Jane” and “Iko Iko”. Listen to the full show audio below, taped by teamikoiko:After the Outsiders Ball, the party moved to the Brickyard in Mobile where Jen Hartswick, Eric Krasno, George Porter and Marcus King jammed with Mobiles Dead until about 5am with no set list. Watch 10 minutes of the jammed out bliss below, courtesy of chantarene:Check out photos from the Outsiders Ball, as well as the after-party, below, courtesy of photographer Fred Salinas.Setlist: Outsiders Ball | Mobile Civic Center | Mobile, AL | 11/22/17Set 1Alabama Getaway GLSweet Jane RJCats Down Under the Stars AKDeal EKJack Straw GL/RJ> The Other One PL > Jack Straw > The Other OneHe’s Gone PLSet 2Cold Rain and Snow Jake PeavyBertha Jake PeavyThat’s What Love Will Make You Do Jen/EKScarlet Begonias ALL > Fire on the Mountain MKSugaree George PorterEyes of the World – George PorterLooks Like Rain MKWest LA Fadeaway – MKNew Minglewood Blues – MKIko Iko – Ivan Neville (Double Bass)EncoreBrokedown Palace – Jennifer HartswickOutsiders Ball | Mobile Civic Center | Mobile, AL | 11/22/17 | Photos by Fred Salinas
It’s Only a Play T.R. Knight will join the cast of Broadway’s It’s Only a Play on March 31, the same day as the previously reported Nathan Lane returns to the production. Knight will take over in the role of Frank Finger from Maulik Pancholy, who departs the Terrence McNally comedy on March 19. Understudy Ben Hollandsworth will play the part in the interim. Knight is set to remain with the show until it ends its engagement at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on June 7. View Comments Related Shows Knight was recently seen on Broadway opposite Sir Patrick Stewart in A Life in the Theatre. Other stage credits include Parade. He is best known for his role as George O’Malley for four seasons on Grey’s Anatomy, for which he received an Emmy nod for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Additional screen credits include 42 and Charlie Lawrence (opposite Lane). The production also currently stars Martin Short, Matthew Broderick, F. Murray Abraham, Stockard Channing, Katie Finneran and Micah Stock. It’s Only a Play, directed by Jack O’Brien, is set on the opening night of Peter Austin’s new play as he anxiously awaits to see if his show is a hit. With his career on the line, he shares his big first night with his best friend, a television star, his fledgling producer, his erratic leading lady, his wunderkind director, an infamous drama critic and a wide-eyed coat check attendant on his first night in Manhattan. Show Closed This production ended its run on June 7, 2015
Students interested in careers in the poultry industry will now have access to more poultry science-based resources and a new path to pursue an undergraduate degree through a transfer agreement between the University of Georgia and the University of North Georgia.The opportunities for good-paying jobs in poultry and related industries are plentiful, with graduates receiving between one and five job offers, according to Todd Applegate, head of the UGA Department of Poultry Science in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.“We really need young people going into poultry across the entire sector. There’s a breadth of opportunity with integrated poultry companies and also other supporting companies such as finance, feed, equipment supply, pharmaceutical, food safety/quality and more. We try to communicate these options, as well as the available managerial roles and ability to move up in leadership through various companies,” he said.With the high demand for graduates, the department is looking to improve visibility of the industry and pathways into the industry.Transfer agreement officialA new transfer agreement with UNG — with its main campus situated in Gainesville, Georgia — builds on an existing partnership between the two universities and gives transfer students assurance that courses will transfer seamlessly.“They don’t have to waste any time, money or stress that they don’t have to,” said Jessica Fife, outreach coordinator for UGA’s poultry science department.“Students still have to qualify for admission to UGA as a transfer student, so it doesn’t circumvent that, but it does expedite the pathway. It’s a win-win to get the associate degree at UNG and bachelor’s at UGA,” said Applegate. “What distinguishes our program is the focus on the whole animal — it’s much more tangible to talk through the science of that. Our program touches on so many different disciplines beyond what biology may cover, such as health and disease, preventative medicine, engineering concepts and animal behavior.”Linda Purvis, lecturer in biology at UNG, has spent almost a decade building the poultry science pathway in the associate of science degree program. She was a transfer student from UNG to UGA, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in poultry science before earning master’s and doctoral degrees from the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine. “(Purvis is) very energetic and very passionate about poultry,” said Applegate. “She’s a good mentor for those students and helps them think about what career options look like.”New curriculaIn order to reach students before college, UGA’s Department of Poultry Science has also designed a new high school introductory course into poultry science and avian biology as part of the Georgia Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Pathways. The purpose is to establish an in-depth understanding and appreciation of Georgia’s top agricultural industry among high school students.Approximately 168,000 Georgian jobs are connected directly or indirectly to the poultry industry, and producers in 101 counties generate more than $1 million worth of poultry at the farm level according to UGA research.The high school presentations and activities introduce students to terminology and basic knowledge of modern poultry science and the commercial poultry sector, including anatomy and physiology, reproduction, genetics, nutrition, conventional and alternative housing/production methods, poultry varieties, avian health, processing, marketing and more.“There are so many applications of STEM in the poultry industry, such as machine learning and artificial intelligence. For students looking for real-world applications, I think they need those real-world applications much earlier to think about their careers. As we go into technology applications, this next generation is ready for that,” said Applegate.Fife developed the curriculum in collaboration with UGA poultry science and agricultural leadership, education and communication faculty and Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum and Technology Director Christa Steinkamp.“This will be the first time Georgia will have courses dedicated solely to poultry science in a high school agriculture education course,” said Steinkamp. “Even nationally, stand-alone poultry science courses are rare. A few other states have similar high school poultry science curriculum, but there are only a few national Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (AFNR) standards relating to poultry. This is an interesting fact, considering the role the poultry industry plays in the overall agriculture industry in Georgia and globally.”Another set of lessons and activities developed by the department is geared toward elementary-aged students in partnership with Georgia Farm Bureau to use in elementary classrooms. They will be distributed to all of Farm Bureau’s 10 districts through the organization’s Ag in the Classroom and new Mobile Ag Classroom. The UGA Department of Poultry Science’s recruitment efforts are supported by a gift from the U.S. Poultry & Egg Harold E. Ford Foundation. To learn more, visit poultry.caes.uga.edu.
64 Oyster Point Esplanade, Scarborough.There is also generous storage space, ducted airconditioning and ceiling fans throughout. Inspections are today from noon to 12.45pm (Saturday January 28).The property is for sale by negotiation and the agents are Dwight Ferguson and Alexander Shean of Ray White Ascot. 64 Oyster Point Esplanade, Scarborough.VIEWS from Moreton Bay to the Glasshouse Mountains can be enjoyed from this luxury two-storey residence in Brisbane’s north.The luxury home, at 64 Oyster Point Esplanade, Scarborough, has open-plan living spaces, four bedrooms and expansive outdoor areas, and its very own imported glass lift. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours ago64 Oyster Point Esplanade, Scarborough.The home also has other luxury must-haves such as a lap pool, wet bar and theatre room with projector screen.The main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with double vanity and a spa. 64 Oyster Point Esplanade, Scarborough.
Megan Pattison won her home at Biggera Waters via the RSL Art Union — and had a great time telling family and friends. Photo: Adam HeadIF you won a house, would you tell your nearest and dearest?According to a study by RSL Art Union, one in 20 of us plan to never reveal this secret windfall — even to our closest friends and family.The survey also uncovered almost 12 per cent of winners would only tell their loved ones after they’d sold the house and invested the money elsewhere.But silent winners were in the minority. Almost 38 per cent of respondents said they’d not only tell family and friends, they’d offer them a room to stay as well.RSL Art Union Queensland general manager, Tracey Bishop, said in reality, most winners changed plans once they’d received the golden phone call.“After winning, the excitement makes it much more difficult,” she said.Ms Bishop said the initial reaction from overwhelmed winners varied.She recalled one gentleman who was distinctly cool on the phone when told of his $2 million prize.“He was so calm. He didn’t want anyone at work to know. He literally just said, ‘Ah, thank you very much, I’ll call you back,’ and we were all stunned,” she said.Ms Bishop said many people liked to share their good fortune — even with strangers. She recalled a recent winner who saw someone in a checkout queue who was unable to afford all their items.“So she just paid for her groceries,” Ms Bishop said.Ms Bishop was thrilled about her job which saw lives changed for the better.“A woman from South Australia, she was around 21-years-old, and her and her sister were estranged from her family. She won a place down in Sydney and she actually got them both on their feet. She bought an apartment for them both with the money she received … started a degree … and she eventually moved to England. To change someone’s life is fantastic.”Megan Pattison is one of the lucky few who can claim the title of prize home winner.In February, she won a $2 million home in Biggera Waters on the Gold Coast, and couldn’t wait to share the good news.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours ago“I rang a couple of good friends and told them,” she said.“I didn’t tell my mother or my daughter. I waited until they came to the house and then told them.”She said her daughter was stunned when she revealed their new home.“She was like, ‘Is this my house?’ and I said, ‘Yes!’ and she jumped up and down and did a bit of a fist pump and was very happy.”Ms Pattison is also among the generous majority. She shares the house with her 12-year-old daughter … and her ex-husband.“Most people find that that’s a little bit of an interesting arrangement — we’ve been separated for nine years and just got our divorce a couple of weeks ago,” she said.“It works well for both of us because I travel a lot for work so he gets to spend time with his daughter which is a great thing and she loves the fact that he lives with us.”Ms Pattison said she was cautious when revealing her good fortune to friends.“I was very careful not to tell people or to tell people not to say anything until the (official) news came out. That didn’t happen for a couple of weeks. I was very careful too with the people that I knew that were social media queens. I was very careful not to tell them.”Ms Pattison still buys RSL Art Union tickets, so she’ll be in with a chance to win the next $2 million prize — the choice between a two-bedroom apartment in Bondi or a three-bedroom townhouse at Byron Bay. One of the next RSL Art Union prize homes —6/22 Mahogany Dve, Byron Bay Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclair
Chrysaor’s decommissioning plan for the Ganymede platform topsides, which is located on the Jupiter area in the UK sector of the North Sea, has been approved by UK authorities. The decline in production led to the cessation of production thatwas approved by OGA in 2016, enabling decommissioning activities to begin on thefacilities in 2017. The platforms are in cold suspension, awaiting removal anddisposal. In 2000, NW Bell and Europa came online. This backed out Ganymede and some wells were shut-in. When NW Bell and Europa declined in 2001, the Ganymede wells were reinstated. The Ganymede field is located approximately 132 kilometres east of the Theddlethorpe Gas Terminal (TGT) terminal. First production from the Ganymede Field and Callisto Field was in September 1995. The Jupiter field was net cash flow negative in 2014 which initiated decommissioning activities on the installations to start and production to cease from Jupiter in November 2016. Chrysaor, as the operator of the Jupiter fields, applied to the OffshorePetroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning (OPRED) to obtainapproval for the decommissioning of the following Ganymede ZD topsides. The Jupiter fields were discovered in 1972 by the 49/16-4 wellwhich encountered 325 feet of gas column in the Rotliegendes Group LemanSandstone Formation in what became the Ganymede Field. The exploration andappraisal programme continued through the 1990s with discoveries in the Europa,Callisto, and Sinope Fields. Source: Chrysaor The schedule outlined in the decommissioning programme started with the well plugging and abandonment in 2016 and will span approximately seven years. The Jupiter fields consist of several separate gas accumulationswhich lie within blocks 49/16a, 49/17a, As for the Ganymede topside, it weighs 1,082 tonnes and theinstallation stands in 33.5 metres of water. Other installations, including theGanymede ZD jacket and pipelines in the Jupiter area, will be decommissioned atan appropriate time and covered by their own decommissioning programmes. The first phase was the development of the Ganymede ZD normally unmannedinstallation (NUI) platform and Callisto subsea tie-back to Ganymede in 1995. Jupiter fields 49/22a, 49/22c, 49/22d and 49/23a (licences P.025 and P.033) inthe Southern North Sea of the UKCS. The Jupiter fields were developed in two phases to support theproduction from the Jupiter area using the LOGGS Gathering Station to transportthe produced oil and gas from the field for further processing and sale. The second phase was the development of the Europa EZ NUI platformand NW Bell ZX subsea tie-back to Callisto ZM in 2000. The Jupiter facilities currently consist of two Jupiter surface installationsGanymede ZD and Europa EZ, one subsea tee at the intersection of the Europa EZto Callisto ZM, two Jupiter subsea tiebacks with wellhead protection structures– Callisto ZM and NW Bell ZX – and the inter-field pipelines. The Ganymede ZD, Europa EZ, and subsea tiebacks Callisto ZM and NWBell ZX produced 494 bscf of gas up to the termination of production in 2016.
Kurtis William Arkenberg, 47, formerly of Milan, Indiana, passed away on Monday, July 23, 2018, at the Center at Centennial in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was born Wednesday, June 30, 1971, to Amy Arkenberg Nance and Franklin W. Arkenberg in Beech Grove, Indiana.After graduating from Franklin High School, Kurt proudly served his country for 20 years in the United States Air Force. Following his retirement from the Air Force, Kurt took the first step toward his lifelong dream of becoming a professional umpire by attending the Harry Wendelstedt Umpire School in Florida. Kurt began his professional umpiring career in the Northwoods League and continued there until illness prevented him from continuing.Kurt is survived by wife Jenni, son Adrion Arkenberg of Chicago, Illinois, daughters Jordynn Porter and Zoey Arkenberg of Colorado Springs, Colorado, his parents Amy Nance of Greenwood and Frank and Becky Arkenberg of Milan, Indiana, sister Kilynn Arkenberg of Franklin, Indiana, brothers: Kristopher (Davlenn) Arkenberg of New Orleans, Louisiana, Matthew (Rachel) Arkenberg of Lebanon, Indiana and David Arkenberg of Milan, Indiana.Memorials may be made to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society P.O. Box 98018, Washington D.C., 20090-8018.A celebration of Kurt’s life will be held on Friday, August 3, 2018 at 6:30 P.M. at the Barn at Crystal Springs Farm, 3620 Hurricane Road, Franklin, Indiana. Go online to facebook to thebarnatcrystalspringfarm for directions.