Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET [Nashotah House] The Board of Directors of Nashotah House is pleased to announce that Garwood Anderson, Ph.D. has been appointed to the position of Interim Dean and President, effective January 1, 2018. Dr. Anderson is a long-time and well-known leader at Nashotah House, joining the faculty in 2007 as Professor of New Testament studies. Dr. Anderson accepted the role of Acting Dean and President on September 1, 2017 following the resignation of Dean Steven Peay.For over a decade, Dr. Anderson has demonstrated outstanding leadership at Nashotah House. Not only is he a widely respected New Testament scholar, recently publishing a significant work on Pauline soteriology, he has also been influential in updating and expanding the Seminary’s academic offerings and programs while serving as Academic Dean. Along with an outstanding faculty, he has helped Nashotah House distinguish itself as an exceptional center for Anglican theology, liturgics and biblical studies in the United States.With recent changes in the House’s administration, Dr. Anderson brings much needed stability to the Seminary’s leadership. His tenure as Acting Dean has been marked by transparency and collaboration, priorities that will continue during his leadership as Interim Dean. In the months ahead, Dr. Anderson and the faculty will work with the Board of Directors and Corporation of Nashotah House to strengthen the identity and future direction of Nashotah House.Despite the many changes in on-campus leadership, the students and faculty of Nashotah House are united behind Dr. Anderson’s vision for the future. Second-year student, Jesse Lassiter, observed that “Everyone here at the House is happy and thankful for Dr. Anderson’s leadership right now. The vibe on campus is very positive.”The Board of Directors joins the students and faculty in their enthusiasm. Board of Directors member, The Rev. John Jordan, commented, “Dr. Anderson has been an outstanding leader at Nashotah House for many years and brings a level of expertise and commitment that is exactly what Nashotah House needs right now.”Dr. Anderson’s leadership as Acting Dean has already brought renewed vigor to the House’s recruiting strategy for prospective students. “I hope to continue attracting the brightest and most gifted individuals to the faculty so that the House can lead a renewal in the Church in the years ahead,” he recently told the Board of Directors.The Board thanks Dr. Anderson for leading the charge into another fruitful era in the life of the Seminary. The unique mission of Nashotah House to train lay and ordained ministers in the catholic tradition of Anglicanism will continue steadfast in this calling under the leadership of the Board of Directors and Dr. Anderson serving as Interim Dean and President.Full press release available here. 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107 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis11 MOU with HEFCEThe MOU with HEFCE aims to further improve collaboration and communication between the Fundraising Regulator and HEFCE in its role as principal regulator for higher education institutions that are exempt charities.The agreement confirms a protocol for acting on inappropriate fundraising by a higher education institution, with the Fundraising Regulator using HEFCE’s public interest disclosure process to raise any governance concerns that are identified from its work on fundraising complaints.The parties will now notify each other as soon as they have concerns about an institution’s fundraising practices, with both agreeing a course of action and sharing the results of any investigation with each other. The use of existing processes enables effective regulation while minimising the additional regulatory burden on higher education institutions.The Memorandum sees both bodies agreeing to work together on developing, interpreting and applying policy. In effect, this means that each party will inform the other on relevant policy development from the earliest stage, while there will be annual meetings to cover other aspects of policy and any other issues. The Fundraising Regulator and HEFCE will also increase communication through consulting each other on relevant reports or public statements.Madeleine Atkins, chief executive, HEFCE, said:“The Memorandum sets out our organisations’ respective roles and responsibilities, and our commitment to work together to develop policy and practice, and to respond swiftly and effectively to concerns. We will do this through our existing processes to minimise administrative burden on institutions. In this way, operating as an intelligent regulator, our overarching aim is to work with the higher education community and other stakeholders to promote high standards in university fundraising.”The agreements with HEFCE and IoF are the third and fourth with an external regulatory body. Previous agreements have been signed with the Charity Commission for England and Wales, and the Information Commissioner’s Office. 106 total views, 1 views today Tagged with: Fundraising Regulator Institute of Fundraising Law / policy The Fundraising Regulator has signed Memorandums of Understanding with the Institute of Fundraising, and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).The new agreement with the Institute of Fundraising establishes a five-year commitment to collaboration in support of high fundraising standards, and sets out how the two organisations will work together on areas of mutual interest such as compliance, policy, research and communication.More details on the MOU with the IoFAmong the terms of the agreement, the MOU states that the Regulator shall consult the IoF in good time on any proposed changes to the Code of Fundraising Practice before engaging in any wider consultation and include the IoF if any wider consultation occurs, giving five business days’ notice of any proposed changes to the Code or rulebooks. It also states that the IoF will be the Regulator’s exclusive partner to produce official non-legal guidance for fundraisers on the Code, with the IoF granting a non-exclusive licence to the Regulator to use this guidance.Also under the MOU, a member of the IoF will attend each meeting of the Standards Committee to provide historical knowledge and context for developments to the Code of Fundraising Practice and the Face-to-Face rulebooks prior to their transfer to the Regulator in July, to provide current knowledge to help ensure the Code and rulebooks continue to reflect and be informed by contemporary fundraising practices, and to be an official point of contact for the IoF membership in stakeholder consultations on Code and rulebook changes.Stephen Dunmore, chief executive of the Fundraising Regulator, said:“A central part of the Fundraising Regulator’s remit is to ensure that fundraisers understand and meet their responsibilities to the public. The IoF and its membership are key stakeholders in supporting that aim. We are therefore delighted to announce this new Memorandum of Understanding, which builds on the close working relationship we have developed since our launch in July to ensure the fundraising community continues to play an active role in the future of regulation.” Advertisement About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis11 Melanie May | 2 November 2016 | News Fundraising Regulator signs MOUs with IoF & HEFCE
Fayetteville, N.Y., July 15.Fayetteville, N.Y. – An international campaign of “Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions” against Israeli apartheid is challenging real estate giant RE/MAX to stop selling houses in occupied Palestine.On July 15, a coalition of Palestine supporters carried the campaign to a RE/MAX franchise in Fayetteville, N.Y., an affluent suburb of Syracuse. The action was co-sponsored by Ithaca Code Pink, the Palestine Solidarity Collective of Syracuse and the Syracuse Peace Council/Justice for Palestine Committee.The “Remodel RE/MAX” campaign, launched by Code Pink in 2014, emphasizes that the corporation profits from sales in illegal settlements: “By advertising, selling and renting homes in settlements, both the Israeli franchise of RE/MAX and RE/MAX LLC, the owner of the global franchise network, facilitate and benefit from the transfer of Israeli civilians into occupied [Palestinian] territory and the associated human rights abuses.” (remodelremax.org)A local RE/MAX representative, disclaiming all responsibility, rejected the organizers’ attempt to present him with a petition bearing more than 2,500 signatures. The RE/MAX franchise called the local police, but demonstrators persisted in the narrow public right-of-way separating them from traffic.Hundreds of rush-hour commuters got an eyeful of the protesters.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Garrett Podell TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks printTCU point guard Alex Robinson directs the offense while being guarded by Kansas point guard Devon Dotson. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto Despite the raucous atmosphere in Schollmaier Arena, TCU men’s basketball was unable to hold a four-point lead in regulation as they dropped their first home game in Big 12 play, 82-77. “Obviously we are disappointed… we had our chances,” TCU head coach Jamie Dixon said. “We gave up some layups, didn’t get it done on defense. Offensively, we didn’t execute the way we needed to. Rebounding stands out to me defensively. We had the lead, we didn’t make the play. We have to take the charge, get the stop, get the rebound.”Monday’s matchup against Kansas was televised as ESPN’s Big Monday game, and the student section was full 45 minutes before tipoff. The home team was able to score the first seven points with a Kevin Samuel putback, a Desmond Bane three-pointer and a JD Miller spinning layup. Trailing by 12 with 9:03 left in regulation, the Horned Frogs began to make their push. Back-up freshman point guard Kendric Davis continued to find ways to slither into the lane, and forward Kouat Noi finished a reverse lay-in as well, getting TCU to within three, 65-62. Davis would finish with 15 while Noi totaled 14. TCU point guard Kendric Davis drives to the hoop against Kansas guard Quentin Grimes. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto Then, the defense got involved forcing back-to-back turnovers, which led to five straight points from TCU point guard Alex Robinson, a fast-break layup and a three-pointer that returned the lead to the Horned Frogs, 67-65, with 2:48 to play. TCU out-scored Kansas 18-4 during that a five-minute stretch. “I’m really proud of our guys for battling back,” Bane, the Horned Frogs’ leading scorer with 18, said. “Being down like that in the second half and coming back shows a lot about our guys. This was a game that we should’ve won. We should’ve won.”After a couple free throws from forward JD Miller, who joined the 1,000-point club Monday, TCU led by four, 69-65, with 2:07 to play.TCU forward JD Miller shoots a layup over a double team at the rim. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto“I thought the momentum was in our favor, and we were playing really good defense at the time,” Robinson, who scored 13 points, said. “I felt like if we just stayed consistent within those two minutes, and we limited their possessions we would come out on top.”With Jayhawk forward Dedric Lawson in foul trouble in the second half, it was his brother, Jayhawk forward K.J. Lawson, who hit back-to-back layups to even the game at 69 in regulation. Dedric, after scoring 31 points up in Lawrence, had just 14 Monday in Fort Worth. “We were more aggressive trying to keep the ball from him, and we’ve gotten better defensively since then,” Dixon said. “He got in foul trouble, which had something to do with it, but he played 35 minutes. I don’t know if we guarded him well on the perimeter but in the post we guarded better.”With 24 seconds in regulation, the Horned Frogs couldn’t get a shot off as Davis’ shot from the elbow didn’t leave his hands in time, which sent the game to overtime. With Kansas up 76-74 with 1:09 left in overtime, the game devolved into a free-throw contest, one Jayhawk point guard Devon Dotson won, shooting a perfect 6-6. On the other hand, Davis and Miller combined to hit 3-6. Dotson finished with a game-high 25 points in addition to 10 rebounds and five assists. ” Free throws are very important, that’s a big momentum swing,” Dotson said.Despite the loss, Kansas head coach Bill Self said the Horned Frogs are right there in terms of becoming a team that’s consistently at the top of the Big 12. “There’s no question that they’re a competitive, contending type team,” he said. “TCU is right there on the cusp of being right where it wants to be. Their talent level has been tremendously improved, they’re coached by one of the best in the business, there’s more energy there… as long as Jamie is there, one of the best in the business, they aren’t going anywhere.” The Horned Frogs return to action at 11 a.m. Saturday at Schollmaier Arena against Oklahoma. 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Pinterest Calls for overhaul of Buncrana Pier and Ned’s Point Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Pinterest Previous articleLetterkenny Chamber partners with Derry Chamber of CommerceNext articleWater outage affecting parts of Inishowen News Highland Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Twitter AudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Twitter Facebook Google+ Harps come back to win in Waterford WhatsApp The Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council is calling for a complete overhaul of Buncrana Pier.Councillor Rena Donaghey says the pier is the main entrance point of the town for many travelling on the ferry from Rathmullan and has so much potential which should be built upon.Another area, Councillor Donaghey believes work should be carried out at to enhance the site for both tourists and locals is Ned’s Point Fort.She says with a number of amenities already in place there, it wouldn’t take much to refurbish the area:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/renaweb.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. By News Highland – February 11, 2021 WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th
Facebook Twitter FILE – This undated booking file photo provided by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department shows former Jared Foundation executive director Russell Taylor. On Friday, Feb. 28, 2020, U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Walton Pratt overturned the child pornography conviction of Taylor, an associate of disgraced former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle, who had provided evidence that led to a criminal case against Fogle. (Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department via AP, File) A federal judge has overturned the child pornography conviction of an associate of disgraced former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle who had provided evidence that led to a criminal case against Fogle.U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Walton Pratt ruled that the defense attorney for Russell Taylor was ineffective because attorney Brad Banks failed to challenge three charges not supported by the legal facts of the case against Taylor, who was sentenced to 25 years in prison in 2015 for producing pornography.The Indianapolis Star reports that Pratt vacated Taylor’s conviction, setting the stage for a possible new trial.Fogle is serving a 15-year prison sentence. WhatsApp Google+ Facebook Pinterest By Associated Press – March 3, 2020 0 400 Judge overturns porn conviction of Jared Fogle associate Twitter WhatsApp IndianaLocalNationalNewsSouth Bend Market Pinterest Google+ Previous articleSuit dismissed over Indiana attorney general groping claimsNext articleFunding moving forward for changes at the Tolson Center Associated PressNews from the Associated Press and its network of reporters and publications.
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“R.L. Burnside gave me my break and took me on the road in 1997, teaching me the ropes and his repertoire,” guitarist Luther Dickinson told Rolling Stone. “Playing music and hanging out with R.L. and his band, Kenny Brown and Cedric Burnside, was a life-changing experience and gave me a wealth of memories: conversations, jokes and songs that have still inspire me and teach me.”The new album features guest appearances from Oteil Burbridge (bass, Dead & Company), Grahame Lesh (guitar, Midnight North, The Terrapin Family Band), Sharisse Norman (vocals), Dominic Davis (bass, Jack White), and singer/fife player Shardé Thomas. You can pre-order Prayer For Peace here.You can catch the North Mississippi Allstars on the road this May and June, including dates in Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, Nashville, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and more. For a full list of dates, or to purchase tickets to any upcoming shows, head to the band’s website. And be sure not to miss their appearance at The Fox Theatre on 3/29 in Boulder, CO!Full Tracklist:Prayer for PeaceNeed to be FreeMiss MaybelleRun Red RoosterStealinDeep EllumBird Without a FeatherYou Got to Move61 HighwayLong Haired DoneyBid You GoodnightP4P (Remix) The North Mississippi Allstars, comprised of brothers Luther and Cody Dickinson, have been gracing audiences with their southern-fried blues-rock for more than two decades. While out on the road last year touring in celebration of their 20th anniversary, the Dickinson brothers stopped off at studios in music-rich cities like Memphish, New Orleans, and several others to periodically record their upcoming LP, Prayer For Peace, due out June 2nd, 2017.In addition to a selection of new originals, the album contains a nod to one of the band’s early mentors, Mississippi blues elder statesman R.L. Burnside. Today, the band stoked anticipation for Prayers For Peace with the premiere of two singles from the new album: title track “Prayers For Peace” and their heartfelt cover of Burnside’s “Long Haired Doney.”