Ruthless Spain maul Liechtenstein to lay down marker

first_imgBy Richard Martin in Barcelona(REUTERS) – Spain started their World Cup qualifying campaign with a crushing 8-0 win over Liechtenstein, laying down a marker in Group G with a ruthless second-half display yesterday.Diego Costa scored his first goal for Spain in almost two years to put Julen Lopetegui’s side ahead in the 10th minute in their first competitive game under their new coach and Sergi Roberto doubled the lead in the 55th.Costa got his second while David Silva and substitute Alvaro Morata also got braces and Vitolo opened his international account as the former world champions ran riot.“Sometimes an opponent’s name can fool you but we played a great game,” said Lopetegui. “We reaped in the second half what we had sowed in the first.”Costa was the focus of the pre-match build-up having netted once in his previous 11 appearances since switching nationalities from Brazil in 2014 and needed only 10 minutes to open the scoring, rising high to head in Koke’s free kick.The entrance of substitute Nolito for Thiago Alcantara at the start of the second half livened up the home side and it was the Manchester City forward who laid the ball on for Roberto to grab his first international goal.The floodgates had opened for Spain, the 2010 world champions who lost in the last 16 of this year’s European Championship.Spain only grew hungrier and Costa wanted another bite. He effortlessly turned two defenders in the area before firing at goalkeeper Peter Jehle’s right foot, calmly nodding in the rebound for the fifth goal.“Players control their destiny and we just try to help them, but Diego is a great player and he proved it today,” added Lopetegui.Costa came off to a standing ovation but his replacement Morata threatened to upstage him with two strikes in under a minute, slamming in at the near post before striking the ball past the hapless Jehle from the edge of the area.Silva had a goal harshly ruled out as stoppage time approached but the City playmaker grabbed his second a minute later with a crisp shot.Silva was soon in on the act, adding to his double in the friendly against Belgium last week by turning in Vitolo’s cross from close range.last_img read more

Korean Centre Upgrades 81 FCT Students in Taekwondo

first_imgThey were moved to the next level at the second graduation ceremony of the UBEB/KCCN Taekwondo Programme held in Abuja.A member of KCCN Taekwondo coaching crew, Abdulmalik Saidu, disclosed that of the 109 students that attended the programme, only 81 of them were promoted into their next levels.The Korean Centre initiated the programme in 2013 while the first graduation was held in 2018.Saidu applauded the talent of the students, saying that they have already surpassed the expectations of the coaching crew.“We are doing our best to ensure that they don’t only become champions locally but become Olympians in the nearest future. When I see their raw talent, I am really impressed and I believe the future of taekwondo in Nigeria is bright if the government gives the necessary supports,“ Saidu stressed.Some of the kids who excelled at the programme included Amir Mohammed and Fatima Mohammed of Model Primary School, Maitama. They were named the best in the male and female categories respectively.Others were Noah Stephen and Ruqayyat Abdulrahman from LEA Zone 3 Primary School and Victor Disu and Amina Mohammed of Model Junior Secondary School, Maitama.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Olawale AjimotokanEighty one students drawn from four schools in the FCT have been upgraded by the Korean Cultural Centre, Nigeria, (KCCN) for their artistry in taekwondo.The successful students were from Model Primary School, Maitama, LEA Zone 3 Primary School, Model Junior Secondary School, Maitama and LEA Primary School, Wuse 5, Zone 1.last_img read more

HSC childcare facility closes amid building safety concerns

first_img“The beam issue was discovered at the end of 2018 but the foundation issue has been going on for a couple of years … I’ve been working on it for about two years,” Bright Horizons program administrator Nancy Martiz said. “That was a project that was ongoing, it was being monitored and we also had a solution in place.” The USC Health Sciences Campus childcare facility Bright Horizons closed March 20 amid building safety concerns. “Last Wednesday, the HSC child care building was determined to be unsafe due to some overstressed roof beams,” the statement released on the USC Employee Gateway said. “As the engineer could not provide the assurance of safety, the children were moved out of the building.” All teachers have also been relocated to Alcazar to ensure they can still teach their respective students and receive full hours and benefits. Children who currently attend Bright Horizons, a childcare facility on the Health Sciences Campus, have been temporarily placed in another facility. (Daily Trojan file photo) “Our plan is, and what we have communicated to the parents at the Health Science Campus is, for those that are incurring any expense because they’ve had to hire alternate care, we will reimburse them up to the cost of what their tuition at the Health Science Playground is,” Bregand said. A report by Capital Construction listing the needed repairs is expected to be released later this week. After the report is finished, repairs, design time, city permits and other construction tasks will be evaluated to ensure the safety of the building. The company has finished the design for the beams and began the process of reinforcement on April 4, Bregand said. As construction begins, both Martiz and Bregand said that making sure the children are cared for is their top priority. “We’ve also made arrangements with Bright Horizons, who is the provider, they have a separate service called ‘Backup Care’ where employees can either find backup care at one of their alternate centers or hire someone to come to their home,” Bregand said.   According to the statement, the building’s foundation underneath the infant care room has been shifting due to soil movement but has been deemed safe for use for the past two years by Capital Construction.   Children attending Bright Horizons have been temporarily placed in another childcare facility named Alcazar. A small number of infants have also been placed in the Duker home. Some families have opted to leave the childcare center for other facilities, said Awilda Bregand, the executive director of benefits. The closure notice was sent to administrators midday on March 20. Parents were notified around 10:30 p.m. The following Monday, USC program administrators, including Martiz, hosted a meeting to inform families about the situation. Detailed notes were sent to family members who were unable to attend. “I am hopeful, that if we are not able to reopen our center for any reason, we are actively working on exploring other spaces on campus,” Martiz said. “Closing a childcare center is not an option for us.” While the parent meeting originally estimated the project would take approximately two to three weeks, the project has expanded to approximately two to three months, according to an update posted on March 27. The administration is also exploring possible solutions in the case that the childcare center is unable to reopen. “The care of our little ones is most important,” Bregand said. “We don’t want anything to disrupt their care ever, but sometimes things happen. This was something that none of us expected … We’ve been really trying to do the best for all the families so they can get the care they need.”last_img read more

Cobb leads Wagner past Mount St. Mary’s 66-47 in NEC opener

first_img Written By WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 3rd January, 2020 13:41 IST Cobb Leads Wagner Past Mount St. Mary’s 66-47 In NEC Opener Curtis Cobb III scored 25 points, including five 3-pointers, as Wagner topped Mount St. Mary’s 66-47 to open Northeast Conference play on Thursday night. Curtis Cobb III scored 25 points, including five 3-pointers, as Wagner topped Mount St. Mary’s 66-47 to open Northeast Conference play on Thursday night.Cobb scored the first five points of an 11-2 first-half run as Wagner rallied for a nine-point lead it never relinquished. Will Martinez added 11 points for Wagner (4-8). Alex Morales added nine points with six rebounds. Chase Freeman also had six rebounds for the Seahawks.Omar Habwe scored 13 points off the bench to lead the Mountaineers (4-10). Vado Morse added 11 points with six rebounds. Malik Jefferson had 11 rebounds.The Mountaineers were 12-for-50 shooting, the 24% being the worst mark by a Wagner opponent this season. Mount St. Mary’s scored a season-worst 24 points (6-for-26 from the field) in the second half. Mount St. Mary’s was 3-20 from distance after hitting a season-best 14 3-pointers in its previous game.Jalen Gibbs, who led the Mountaineers in scoring coming into the contest with 12 points per game, failed to score, shooting 0-for-6. Damian Chong Qui, the Mountaineers’ second leading scorer at 11 points per game, shot only 13 percent for the game (1-for-8) for five points.Wagner plays Sacred Heart at home on Saturday. Mount St. Mary’s matches up against Long Island-Brooklyn at home on Saturday. Associated Press Television News First Published: 3rd January, 2020 13:41 ISTcenter_img SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT LIVE TV FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Clippers brought playoff intensity in Game 1, and Warriors matched it

first_img Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 Clippers vs. Mavericks Game 5 playoff updates from NBA beat reporters “They actually respect each other, they like each other, but they’re gonna compete against each other, and they wanted to tell each other about it.”The talk Saturday and still Sunday morning before practice at the University of San Francisco: This is the playoffs, this is what it’s supposed to be like.“You work all year to get to the playoffs, and you kind of want that atmosphere, you want that energy,” Lou Williams said.“I like to see people battle, I love that,” Warriors forward Draymond Green said. “K was 8 for 16 with 23 points, so pretty solid night at the office.” Kristaps Porzingis ruled out as Clippers, Mavericks set for Game 5; Follow for game updates They were blocked 14 times and failed often to convert on transition opportunities: “We threw the ball all over the place, we hit guys in the back of the head, we hit guys in the arms –– our own guys. We had four-on-ones, three-on-twos, three-on-ones and we kept coming up empty,” Rivers said.And there was the matter of keeping cool in the lion’s den that is Oracle Arena.You’ve just got to find a way to do it,” said veteran forward Danilo Gallinari, who Saturday drew just his 17th career technical fouls (15 in the regular season and, now, two in the postseason). “We can’t afford to have those moments because you give them a couple of free throws and the ball. They don’t need that much to get into a rhythm or to score two or three 3s in a row, so we need to do a better job of that.” For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory Beverley’s defense might have somewhat subdued Durant, a 28.7 points per playoff game scorer, but while the 6-foot-1 guard was pestering the Warriors’ 6-9 superstar, Curry was frolicking in the backcourt and on the boards. He made history as the top playoff 3-point shooter of all time with his eight 3-pointers and grabbed a postseason career-high 15 rebounds.“We made like 10 critical mistakes on Curry,” Rivers said. “One of the things we said before the game, the last two days, ‘Make a mistake on someone else, please no mistakes on Curry.’“And we kept doing it and he kept taking advantage of it. I give them credit, he’s so smart, he took advantage. It felt like every time we made a mistake, Curry took advantage of it.“Some of those (shots) were open and they just can’t be. He came out just bare-naked open on five or six pick-and-roll plays and that can never happen, that literally can never happen. And it did, and that’s on us.”Slowing Curry might be at the top of the checklist, but it’s a long list: Beside Montrezl Harrel’s 26 points and Lou Williams’ 25, the Clippers were stifled offensively. Clippers not in contention for Sixth Man of the Year shot a combined 16 for 58 on Saturday.The Clippers also were outrebounded 53-40 in addition to collecting 17 turnovers – four fewer than the Warriors, whose 21 turnovers felt inconsequential because the Clippers failed to capitalize.Related Articles Coaches and players attributed the ejections to an abundance of caution by official Ed Malloy, insisting that otherwise they were unwarranted.“He’s a Chicago kid, grew up and played in the Chicago area, so those dudes play with a different type of grit, so I can appreciate that about Pat,” added Durant, who grinned widely during his interactions with Beverley. “I thought it was fun.”Ditto, said the Clippers’ fiery leader: “It was fun out there.”Rivers agreed: No harm, no foul.“The Pat and Durant thing I liked,” Rivers said. “It’s funny, neither one of those guys were trying to fight or anything like that, and it looked like both of them were actually enjoying it, having fun. SAN FRANCISCO – A snarling, lips-flapping, arms-flailing Patrick Beverley might not seem like anyone’s ideal guest, but after the Warriors won Game 1 of their Western Conference first-round series against the Clippers, they seemed pleased to be hosting him.It’s as if Beverley’s infectious intensity inspired them too as they embarked on a quest for a third consecutive NBA title. That’s unfortunate for the Clippers, whose composure was tested as neither calls nor shots went their way in Saturday’s 121-104 loss, when Steph Curry doused them with 38 points, one fewer than the Clippers’ entire starting lineup scored.Beverley and Durant both will enter Game 2 on Monday night at Oracle Arena with two technical fouls apiece of the seven allotted in the playoffs. Both were T’d up twice within 19 seconds and ejected with 4:41 left Saturday.“I’ve been playing against Pat Beverley since he was at Arkansas so I kind of know what he brings,” said Golden State forward Kevin Durant on Saturday night, when put up a relatively ho-hum 23 points with Beverley guarding him tightly, yapping all the while – or until both were bounced, anyway. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

NBA wrap: Bucks top Rockets; Clippers clinch playoff spot

first_img Lakers reportedly could be eyeing these 2 candidates to replace Luke Walton Very ferocious Dwight jams are the best Dwight jams. pic.twitter.com/02CTNwE4qx— Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) March 27, 2019What’s Next?Pacers (45-29) at Thunder (43-31) 8 p.m. ET — Fourth-seeded Indiana has already clinched a playoff berth in the Eastern Conference. Oklahoma City, however, hasn’t accomplished this yet. The Thunder are seventh in the Western Conference and will face a cold Pacers team that has lost four of their last five games. Rockets star James Harden and the Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo have been the front-runners for MVP for most of the season. Milwaukee claimed a 108-94 victory against Houston at Fiserv Forum.Antetokounmpo scored 19 points and racked up 14 rebounds in his team’s win. Eric Bledsoe recorded a team-high 23 points, though. Related News Heat honor Chris Bosh with jersey retirement, tribute videocenter_img Tuesday was an exciting night in the NBA.Two league MVP contenders faced off, and yet another Western Conference team clinched a playoff berth. Harden had an off night, scoring 23 points on just 9-of-26 shooting.If the Bucks and Rockets meet again, it’ll be in the NBA Finals.Meanwhile, the Clippers clinched a spot in the postseason with a 122-111 win over the Timberwolves.Los Angeles’ Danilo Gallinari led all scorers with 25 points, which helped his team fight off solid scoring performances from Karl-Anthony Towns (24) and Andrew Wiggins (22).6th straight win & it is a #NBAPlayoffs clincher… @LAClippers win 122-111! #ClipperNationDanilo Gallinari: 25 PTS, 10 REBLou Williams: 20 PTS, 7 ASTMontrezl Harrell: 18 PTS, 5 REB pic.twitter.com/zeQbL3dGCC— NBA (@NBA) March 27, 2019Time is winding down. The Jazz, Thunder, Spurs and Kings are still looking to punch their tickets to the playoffs in the Western Conference.Studs of the NightKemba Walker’s 38 points, nine rebounds and 11 assists powered the Hornets to a 125-116 overtime victory over the Spurs.Trae Young tallied 33 points and 12 assists, leading the Hawks past the Pelicans, 130-120.Jamal Murray scored a game-high 33 points in the Nuggets’ 95-92 victory against the Pistons.Bradley Beal poured in 32 points as the Wizards fell to the Lakers, 124-106.Duds of the NightJeremy Lin scored two points on 1-of-9 shooting, but Toronto beat Chicago, 112-103.Kelly Olynyk only managed four points on 1-of-7 shooting in Miami’s 104-99 loss to Orlando.HighlightsLance Stephenson’s handles sent Washington’s Jeff Green stumbling all the way to the baseline.Lance making them dance is our @budweiserusa Moment of the Week pic.twitter.com/kr5tgZt3kf— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) March 27, 2019Dwight Powell reached back to finish this alley-oop in the Mavericks’ 125-121 loss to the Kings.last_img read more

Chess tournament ‘Anto Markanović’ in Žepče

first_imgOn 26 May, a memorial chess tournament ‘Anto Markanović’ will be held in Žepče.People who want to participate can apply on the day of the tournament at 9.30 a.m. and the tournament will start at 10 a.m., 9 rounds with 15 minutes per player.Participants must pay 20 BAM during the application. The winner of the first award will get 1000 BAM, second 600 BAM, and third 400 BAM.(hronika.ba)last_img

Cowley County Community College is looking at satellite campus in Wellington

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (11) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +1 Vote up Vote down Paul · 212 weeks ago I urge our city council and mayor to not fund $45,000 from the City 2017 Budget to the Sumner County Economic Commission. If Sumner County Economic Development is going to use those funds to work for increasing our Sales Tax to 9.50% for those of within city limits. Sales Tax hurts the poor and/or elderly with their Grocery purchases and Prescription Drugs. Report Reply 0 replies · active 212 weeks ago +13 Vote up Vote down Cammy McComb · 212 weeks ago I think bringing Cowley College to Wellington and Sumner County would be a positive move toward growth! Many of the manufacturing plants, auto shops, as well as welding, and general contractors would benefit from those students being able to take classes. Wellington’s population is aging — we’re not growing. I know many don’t want to raise sales tax. But it’s the old adage of you have to spend money to make money!! Just think if the college were here, how many of them would spend money at restaurants, buy gas, buy a car, buy or rent a house! Students would drive from Harper County to go to school … they will spend money while in Wellington. I realize this will need to go to a vote. But I encourage all city and community leaders to support this 100%. I want to keep business alive in Wellington — our business — but I can’t do it if there isn’t anyone left. Report Reply 0 replies · active 212 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Jim · 212 weeks ago This is crazy, they could not make it last time they were here and were renting. What student programs would they provide that the students could not drive to Cowley? If they have local company support, why not have the classes in the factory buildings, that is what Cessna, Boeing have done for years. They should be like other businesses that have to invest their own money, not ours in the venture. It would be to easy to walk away again because they have nothing invested in THEIR business, that makes money for them. Why do they need dormatories? We have plenty of rentals open. Report Reply 0 replies · active 212 weeks ago +8 Vote up Vote down Alex · 212 weeks ago I have been hoping for some time that Cowley College would come to town. Please don’t shut this down Sumner County! Report Reply 0 replies · active 212 weeks ago +10 Vote up Vote down Pat Zeka · 212 weeks ago This is an amazing opportunity for not only the community of Wellington, but for all of Sumner County! Our high school has already been actively involved in growing the interest in aviation by offering classes. This would just be an avenue to continue that education right here in town. I can’t imagine a better way to grow Wellington than by bringing such a reputable educational facility to our community. Report Reply 0 replies · active 212 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down Megan Rahe · 212 weeks ago What are the lease payments Cowley CC would make and how long is the lease period? I understand CCC is not allowed by law to own property outside of Cowley County. Many community colleges in the state have used foundations to purchase or build facilities and then lease back to the college. This is something we need to know up front. I’m all for expanding in Wellington, but what is the college putting into this? If they are expecting Sumner County residents to foot the bill entirely, we need to rethink this, Report Reply 0 replies · active 212 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down Wes Smith · 212 weeks ago Before I’d be in favor I need to see a detailed plan of what CCCC is planning on doing here. Also has the avenue of state and federal funding been looked at? Wellington from what I can see on the KS sales tax rate page would occupy the #2 spot for highest sales tax. Do we want that distinction? It’s a tough call that needs lots of discussion and information provided so we can make an informative vote on this. Report Reply 2 replies · active 212 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Stacy Davis · 212 weeks ago The following information relates to Cowley County sales tax rate: Cowley County 6.750%; Arkansas City 8.250%; Winfield 8.150%. Report Reply 0 replies · active 212 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down out od towner · 211 weeks ago Take the money You are giving the Hospital , You might get something for Your money. Report Reply 0 replies · active 211 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by James Jordan, Sumner Newscow — Cowley County Community College would like to build a satellite campus in Wellington, but there is one big obstacle. Sumner County residents would have to pass a half-cent sales tax for 10 years to help support the facility.It is a project the the city of Wellington and the chamber of commerce support. The Sumner County Commission would have to approve getting the matter on the ballot to let voters decide, and they have not yet decided whether to or not.County Commissioner Jim Newell said he was open to seeing what people have to say and letting them vote on the sales tax.“I feel like taxes are high enough. I am not sure I would vote for it but I would like to see what taxpayers say about it,” he said.Commissioners are considering letting it be on the November ballot in this year’s election.Also on the ballot in November, will be retaining a half-cent measure for health care – not related to the hospital, for countywide ambulance and other services. Proponents of the program fear people would be deciding which one to support.Wellington Mayor Shelley Hansel wants it to go to a vote. She and the city council are encouraging the county to put it on the ballot regardless of when.“People need to be able to vote on this. I would be disappointed if it didn’t pass, but I could live with that if our voters were against it,” she said.The city is leaning toward giving the county’s economic development organization $42,000, and she said the city also needs to support that group in other ways as well.Hansel believes expanding Cowley College into Wellington – and Sumner County – would be a great thing for the county and for the city. It would bring in some revenue, and it would provide training for people who could get jobs at area factories.At the city work session this week, it was noted that some businesses in Wellington that require a lot of technical knowledge are having trouble finding qualified employees. One thing Cowley could do would be to fit classes to meet some of those needs.“I know it is a higher sales tax, and I get it if big ticket items are going to cost more. But the bottom line is this is a once in a lifetime event for us to get a game changing development,” she said.Having a junior college satellite campus in Wellington would also attract students from Harper County, which is an area Cowley officials feel will be a good market for them.Wellington Chamber Director Annarose White has been involved in some of the talks, and said the community college based in Arkansas City has done studies to see where it might best expand its services. They have a facility in Mulvane, as well as Wichita. But the studies have shown Wellington is a better fit for Cowley to expand in to Sumner and Harper Counties, she said.Cowley wants to build three buildings to offer classes and may even build dormitories. They feel renting existing buildings will not give them the capability to adapt the buildings to meet the needs of what they want to teach. Cowley is interested in  agriculture and industrial machine technology training.White said the college sent a request to the county commission, asking for the sales tax initiative to be put on the ballot so they could expand into the county. In Cowley County the college is supported by a property tax levy. They are asking for a sales tax funding for Sumner County.The county commission considered the measure at its last meeting in June and took no action. They plan to continue discussing the idea.If the sales tax is passed, Cowley would feel comfortable with continuing its expansion and could buld a $37 million facility in Wellington.White said Sumner County has had a decrease in population in recent years, and if Cowley College expanded into Sumner County, it could reverse that trend and build the local economy.Sumner County economic development director Stacy Davis, at a recent Wellington City Council meeting, said Cowley needs to know there is support for the idea in Wellington and Sumner County.  She said there are companies in Wellington now who want to expand but cannot find trained employees, and Cowley College could help with that.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more

SPSCC Welcomes 16 New Full-Time Faculty Members

first_imgFacebook21Tweet0Pin0Submitted by South Puget Sound Community CollegeThis year, South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) is delighted to welcome 16 additional members across four divisions to the ranks of its full-time faculty. While some faces may be familiar and others brand new, they all bring a valuable diversity of backgrounds, education, and life experience to the college community.Applied Technology DivisionAdam WatersArchitecture, Engineering & Construction ProfessorAdam received his Associate of Science in Mechanical Design and Drafting Technology from Green River Community College and his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from University of Massachusetts.Andrew LeirenCybersecurity Networking ProfessorAndy received his Associate in Applied Science degrees in IT- Desktop Support and Computer Network Administration from South Puget Sound Community College and his Bachelor of Arts in Education and Mathematics from The Evergreen State College.Andrew has worked part-time for the college since September 2013.Brian EriksenAutomotive ProfessorBrian received his Associate of Applied Science degree and Automotive Certificate from South Puget Sound Community College.Brian has worked for the College since April 2017.Gordon Gül CIS Programming ProfessorGordon received his Associate of Arts and Sciences in Pre-Medicine from Lower Columbia College, his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Game Development from Malmo University and his Master of Science in Software Engineering from Lund University, Lund Institute of Technology.Humanities and Communication DivisionCameron May Music Professor – InstrumentalCameron received his Bachelor of Music Education from University of Colorado and his Masters of Music in Conducting from University of Illinois.John GuarenteMusic Professor – ChoralJohn received his Bachelor of Arts in Music and Master of Music in Choral Conducting from Rutgers University and his Doctor of Musical Arts in Choral Conducting from University of Miami.Jolynn Amrine GoertzEnglish Professor – Composition & Multicultural StudiesJolynn received her Bachelor of Arts in English from John Brown University, her Master of Arts in English from The Queen’s University Belfast and her Master of Arts in Anthropology from University of Alabama.Kiffen DoschEnglish Professor – CompositionKiffen received her Associate of Arts from Wenatchee Valley College and her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in English from Central Washington University.Kiffen has worked part-time for the college since January 2014.Natural and Applied Sciences DivisionAnnette Hill-OnstottNursing ProfessorAnnette received her Associate Degree in Nursing from Grays Harbor College and her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Nursing from Western Governors University.Emily BoyceMathematics ProfessorEmily received her Associate of Arts from South Puget Sound Community College, her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Saint Martin’s University, and her Master of Science in Mathematics and Mathematics Education from Montana State University.Jessie HubbardNursing ProfessorJessie received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and her Master of Science in Nursing from Pacific Lutheran University.Rembrandt HaftBiology ProfessorRembrandt received his Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Pomona College and his Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology from University of Washington.Rembrandt has worked for the college since January 2015.Sailaja ArungundramChemistry ProfessorSailaja received her Master of Science in Chemistry from University of Madras, her Master of Science in Organic Chemistry from New Mexico State University and her Doctor of Philosophy in Organic Chemistry from University of Georgia.Social Science and Business DivisionAdam TenenbaumParalegal ProfessorAdam received his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Northwestern University and his Juris Doctor from University of California, Berkeley School of Law.Elena GarrisonBusiness ProfessorElena received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Economics, Business and Accounting from The Urals State University of Economics and her Master of Business Administration and Doctor of Education from The University of Montana.Emily WallaceCulinary Arts ProfessorEmily received her ACF Certified Culinary Certificate from Renton Technical College.Emily has worked for the College since September 2016.last_img read more

NSL kicks off today after festive break

first_imgThis weekend will see round six with five games to be played today and one tomorrow.In the Southern Conference in Port Moresby, today’s games will see Huawei PS United FC play FC POM at 12:30pm while PKA Rapatona FC will take on Erema Gulf FC in the main game at 3pm.On Sunday, Gigira Laitepo United FC will face Hekari United FC at 3pm. All three games will played at the Bisini Grounds.For the Northern Conference, Sir Ignatius Kilage stadium will play host to two games.The first is at 12:30pm between Besta PNG United FC and Madang FC. In the next game at 3pm, Welgris Morobe United will challenge Admiralty FC.Goroka Gosiha FC will host Lae City Dwellers FC up at the National Sports Institute in Goroka at 3pm.last_img