Ecobank Ghana Limited (EBG.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2009 annual report.For more information about Ecobank Ghana Limited (EBG.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Ecobank Ghana Limited (EBG.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Ecobank Ghana Limited (EBG.gh) 2009 annual report.Company ProfileEcobank Ghana Limited is a financial institution offering banking products and services for the consumer, commercial, corporate and investment sectors. The company provides banking solutions for government departments, financial institutions, multi-nationals, international organisations, small- and medium-sized enterprises and individuals. Ecobank Ghana Limited offers an extensive product offering; ranging from current and savings accounts to business accounts, term deposits, personal loans, mortgage loans, microfinance and business loans. Ecobank Ghana Limited also offers financial solutions for value-chain financing, short-term and mid-term finance and trade finance as well as investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, structure and project finance, capital market services, wealth and asset management, securities brokerage, custodial services and electronic banking services. Ecobank Ghana Limited is a subsidiary of Ecobank Transnational Incorporated. Its headquarters are in Acca, Ghana. Ecobank Ghana Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
TSL Limited (TSL.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2020 annual report.For more information about TSL Limited (TSL.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the TSL Limited (TSL.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: TSL Limited (TSL.zw) 2020 annual report.Company ProfileTSL Limited, listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange, participates in the auctioning of tobacco, printing and packaging, supply of inputs to agriculture, storage and distribution services. The Company was founded in 1957 and through the energetic pursuit and implementation of a diversification strategy has grown to become a significant player in its chosen spheres of operation.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 134 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Tagged with: fundraising social media Twitter #EggAid campaign raises over £800 for Cybersmile 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. Eggs on offer ranged from a £3.50 family bag of Cadbury’s Mini Eggs, to a ‘fancypants’ egg for £10 and ‘THE GOLDEN EGG’ for £25. People could also choose their own amount to donate, and everyone who donated was entered into a prize draw to win first prize of a basketful of eggs, sponsored by Pat Testing Expert, or second prize, which included clothing, cushions and an art print, donated by Cakes with Faces. A campaign to reclaim the Twitter egg avatar from cyber trolls and raise money for anti-bullying charity Cybersmile has raised over £800 in a fortnight.#EggAid was launched by Gadgette.com’s Holly Brockwell on 15th March with £500 fundraising target. The campaign raised £115 in its first half hour, and had raised £841.50 when it ended on 28th March.https://twitter.com/holly/status/714798460101386241It asked people to choose an egg and click to donate the cost of that egg to Cybersmile, which will use the money to help children who have been bullied and trolled online. The campaign also aimed to reclaim the reputation of the Twitter egg avatar, which has become associated with Twitter trolls who often use it to front the accounts they use to bully people through. Melanie May | 31 March 2016 | News #EggAid illustrations by Silver AJ 133 total views, 1 views today
Education Caltech’s RoboSub Team Takes First Place in International RoboSub Competition By ROBERT PERKINS Published on Thursday, August 4, 2016 | 11:51 am Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Community News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Subscribe Community News Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,PCC – EducationVirtual Schools PasadenaDarrell Done EducationHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes HerbeautyWant To Seriously Cut On Sugar? 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Credit: Tyler OkamotoAfter facing off against 47 competitors from around the world, the Caltech Robotics Team won first prize at the 19th annual International RoboSub Competition for autonomous underwater vehicles in San Diego, held from July 25-31.The team’s robot submarine, nicknamed “Dory,” successfully navigated an obstacle course with tasks that required it to touch buoys, fire torpedoes at targets, and rescue an object underwater—all autonomously.“Not only was Caltech’s entry widely acclaimed as the most beautiful robot in the competition, it performed impressive feats of autonomy in the underwater race course, including a double barrel roll through the ‘style points’ navigation gate,” says faculty advisory Joel Burdick, the Richard L. and Dorothy M. Hayman Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Bioengineering in the Division of Engineering and Applied Science.“It’s great to see the culmination of all of our efforts,” says Tyler Okomoto, a rising senior and the team’s project manager, who was one of 18 representatives from Caltech’s team at the competition.Caltech had the largest student team to show up to participate in the event of any school, despite having the smallest student body, Burdick notes. The team’s students worked around the clock as the competition drew nearer, with the software team making tweaks to the hydrophone system just hours before the race that enabled their victory.“Working with the team during the months and days leading up to the competition reminded me of why I chose a career in academia,” Burdick says. “It was such a thrill to be associated with this great group of students.”“We are very proud of the win and the exemplary work this team has done,” says Guruswami Ravichandran, John E. Goode, Jr., Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering; and Otis Booth Leadership Chair, Division of Engineering and Applied Science. “The team was exceptional and represented Caltech extremely well.”2016 was only the third year in which a Caltech team of undergraduates entered this competition. The first year, its submarine placed 7th out of 39 teams, winning the “best newcomer” award. The following year, the team’s ranking climbed to 4th out of 37.The Caltech team chose to redesign its submarine each year from the ground up—even though teams are allowed to re-enter submarines, tweaking them to build on past successes. This year’s submarine, which features seven thrusters, two grippers, a hydrophone, and other sensors, took nine months and about $75,000 to build.One major upgrade for this year’s design was a wide-view camera that sits inside a clear plastic bubble and has two axes of rotation that allow the submarine to spot targets without changing orientation; last year’s design required the submarine to fire its thrusters and roll and pitch while conducting searches in order to find its targets. The competition’s judges noted this as an innovation that had not been seen before at the event.Another major improvement was the addition of a clear acrylic dome on the top of the robot that allowed for easy access to its electronics, allowing the team to make changes without having to do major disassembly and reassembly.The International RoboSub Competition is hosted annually by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the robotics community. In addition to completing the obstacle course, participating teams must generate a technical paper about their submarine, create a video, build a website to track progress, and give a presentation to a panel of judges.For its first-place finish, Caltech’s team was awarded the top prize of $6,000. A video of the event can be viewed online at http://www.robonation.org/competition/robosub.The team will reconvene in October to begin planning the next year’s robotic submarine. 2 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Make a comment EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS More Cool Stuff Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Top of the News Business News First Heatwave Expected Next Week
Related posts:No related photos. Staff benefits schemes seem to be a hot topic at the moment so I thought I’d chime in with my thoughts….In years gone by the company car, paid phone bill’s or company credit card were pretty much the in domain of the professionals at the top of their game working in the most generous of companies. Now though, almost akin to my blog post on gimmicky long interview processes, companies seem to be using the benefits they offer as a marketing tool, and the list of what is being offered is getting longer and longer. There’ nothing wrong with that, but let’s dissect it a little.In recent times there has been a lot of debate over what is considered a generous benefits programme and what is going too far. For example, I refer to Facebook and Apple who opted for a very polarizing benefit of freezing any female employee’s eggs (most suggest in a bid to allow feeling more at ease delaying having children). Or Google California, as another example who trucked in snow to create a snowy wonderland for its staff. Times are of course changing and our wants and needs are evolving with the times. I totally get that we are not programmed in the same way that we were 50 years ago where social norms almost pre-defined at what ages children would enter our lives, or when we should be allowed to enjoy a brisk walk in the snow, but is this taking a “company benefit” too far?In a few less extreme examples such-as, orgs employing chefs to cook meals each day for staff, full gym in-house or even sleep pods. These all sound amazing, right? And who wouldn’t want a part of that, but something that is also worth thinking about is – Are we then blurring the lines further between our professional worlds and our personal worlds? And indeed, is this a good or bad thing? We have already seen a huge shift towards technology interoperability and never being too far away from a piece of tech that could see us struggle to “switch off” in our personal time, but we are now looking at a new age where the comforts of home-life are being brought to the office.This is not to say I wouldn’t dive straight into a sleep-pod given the chance – just food for thought and I’d be keen to hear other perspective on where boundaries should be in the creation of a solid benefits scheme… Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Read full article Do employees benefit from employee benefits?Shared from missc on 17 Jun 2015 in Personnel Today
A high-resolution deuterium profile is now available along the entire European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica Dome C ice core, extending this climate record back to marine isotope stage 20.2, 800,000 years ago. Experiments performed with an atmospheric general circulation model including water isotopes support its temperature interpretation. We assessed the general correspondence between Dansgaard-Oeschger events and their smoothed Antarctic counterparts for this Dome C record, which reveals the presence of such features with similar amplitudes during previous glacial periods. We suggest that the interplay between obliquity and precession accounts for the variable intensity of interglacial periods in ice core records.
Tags: Roundup March 5, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 3/5 Brad James Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBaseballMesquite TournamentMESQUITE, Nev.-Crayton Hollingshead tripled and Jaren Bradshaw earned the win on the mound as the Beaver Beavers humbled Class 4-A Ogden 5-1 at the Mesquite Tournament Thursday.Panther-Tiger ClassicHURRICANE, Utah-Tate Bagley’s 3 RBI led the way and Craig Remington netted six strikeouts in as many innings of work as the Sky View Bobcats downed North Sevier 7-1 Thursday at the Panther-Tiger Classic at Hurricane High School. Kagan Beckstead doubled in the loss for the Wolves.Non-RegionFILLMORE, Utah-Bryson Barnes, Brett Beebe and Corbyn Dalton had 2 RBI apiece as the Milford Tigers pounded Millard 13-3 Thursday in non-region baseball action. Barnes also took the win on the mound for Milford. Hunter Rhodes had an RBI in defeat for the Eagles.DELTA, Utah-Ty Tolley and Jake Jackson netted 4 RBI apiece, leading the Delta Rabbits to a 16-0 rout of Layton Christian in non-region baseball action Thursday. Austin Topham stepped up with 3 more RBI in the win for Delta.Boys SoccerRegion 12MONROE, Utah-Caleb Jenkins scored twice and the South Sevier Rams bested San Juan 4-1 Thursday in Region 12 boys soccer action. Andrew Northrup and Tanner Torgerson also scored in the win for the Rams. Travis Black found the net in defeat for the Broncos.Region 14MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Luis Rodriguez amassed a hat trick as the North Sanpete Hawks blanked Union 4-0 in Region 14 boys soccer action Thursday. Dante Lowe also scored in the win for the Hawks. Mario Hernandez posted the shutout for North Sanpete.LINDON, Utah-Carson Bailey posted a pair of goals and the Maeser Prep Lions humbled Juab 5-2 Thursday in Region 14 boys soccer action. Nathan Saez and Ryker Richards each scored in the loss for the Wasps.Non-RegionRICHFIELD, Utah-Jackson Archibald scored twice and the Richfield Wildcats blanked Gunnison Valley 3-0 in non-region boys soccer action Thursday. Ben Evensen also scored in the win for Richfield. Ethan Costa and Spencer Christensen combined on the shutout for the Wildcats.SoftballNon-RegionSALINA, Utah-Laynee Nielsen and McKylee Malmgren each homered and the North Sevier Wolves outlasted American Leadership 13-12 Thursday in non-region softball action. Kamree Brunson doubled and tripled for North Sevier. Jacy Crane added a pair of doubles, while McKayla Crane and McKenzie Brown also doubled in the win for the Wolves.JUNCTION, Utah-The Piute Thunderbirds clobbered Milford 18-3 in non-region softball action Thursdsay. Serena Sadillo had a pair of RBI in defeat for the Tigers.LEHI, Utah-Ellie Cram tripled and Grace Humes earned the win in the circle as the Lehi Pioneers outlasted North Sanpete 13-12 Thursday in non-region softball action. Graciee Christiansen netted 6 RBI in defeat for the Hawks. Daryan Long also added three hits and 2 RBI in defeat for North Sanpete.Girls GolfRegion 12RICHFIELD, Utah-The Richfield Wildcats were dominant in the first tournament of the season by shooting a 311 as a team, beating second place Emery’s 405 by 94 strokes. Carbon finished third with a 409, followed by South Sevier, Grand and San Juan.Individually Ellie Hair of Richfield won the tournament with a score of 75. Her teammate Piper Harris took second with a 77, and fellow Wildcat Bex Poulsen took third with a 79, followed by another Richfield golfer, Natasha Oldroyd with an 80 for fourth place. Rounding out the top five was Jordan Bianco of Carbon with an 83.
Back to overview,Home naval-today HMS Illustrious Conducts RAS with French Tanker View post tag: RAS View post tag: with August 21, 2013 View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic View post tag: conducts View post tag: French Share this article View post tag: Illustrious View post tag: Navy View post tag: Tanker Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Illustrious has held a Replenishment-At-Sea (RAS) with a French tanker as she continues her passage through the Mediterranean. The Portsmouth-based ship had to travel in close proximity – around 50 metres – to the FS Somme to allow fuel lines to pass from the tanker to Illustrious.A delicate operation, this required tight control over the movement of the ship to avoid any stress on the lines and breaking the procedure.Usually practised by the Royal Navy with the Royal Fleet Auxiliary – this saw international partnership working in action with the sailors overcoming any language barriers to get the job done.HMS Illustrious, an amphibious helicopter and commando carrier, is part of the Royal Navy’s Response Force Task Group and is deployed with the Cougar 13 Task GroupThis is a versatile, flexible and scalable force which stands at very high readiness and is prepared to react to any contingency dictated by the UK government.During the four-month exercise, which includes three other warships and six RFAs, Illustrious will undertake international engagement and bilateral training with strategic partners throughout the Mediterranean and Gulf region.[mappress]Press Release, August 21, 2013; Image: Royal Navy Training & Education View post tag: HMS HMS Illustrious Conducts RAS with French Tanker
Posting DetailsPosting NumberF00205PClassification TitleFacultyPosition TypeDisclaimerLiberty University’s hiring practices and EEO Statement are fullyin compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law createsan exception to the “religion” component of the employmentdiscrimination laws for religious organizations (includingeducational institutions), and permits them to give employmentpreference to members of their own religion. Liberty University isin that category.Position TitleAssistant/Associate Professor of Social WorkDoes this position require driving?NoContactContact Phone ExtContact EmailJob Summary/Basic FunctionA social work professional with strong organizational andinterpersonal skills to teach social work courses in compliancewith the Council on Social Work Education’s accreditationstandards. Additional responsibilities include student advising,gatekeeping, professional and university service, and scholarlyactivity.Minimum QualificationsCandidates should have a MSW from a CSWE accredited program withtwo years post-masters practice experience; have excellent written,verbal, and interpersonal communication skills; have the ability toeffectively collaborate with colleagues within and outside thedepartment; be flexible, organized, collegial, and able tomulti-task; understand and articulate social work from a biblicalworldview.Preferred QualificationsTeaching experience in a CSWE accredited program is preferred. Thepreferred candidate will have a license in social work and aminimum of three years post-master’s practice experience. A PhD orJD is preferred.Work HoursTBDPosting Date10/22/2019Special Instructions for ApplicantsQuicklinkhttps://jobs.liberty.edu/postings/24868Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover LetterCurriculum VitaePastoral Reference LetterAcademic/Professional Reference Letter 1Academic/Professional Reference Letter 2Optional DocumentsCareer Advancement Form (For Current LU Employees ONLY)Teaching PhilosophyUnofficial Transcript 1Unofficial Transcript 2Unofficial Transcript 3Other DocumentProfessional License(s)Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
RHM bread bakeries is evalua-ting the Glycaemic Index diet system and any weight management benefits it offers, but has so far decided against promoting it.Speaking as Hovis prepared for a £1.1m relaunch of its Granary range this week, marketing manager for Hovis Granary Stephen Davis told British Baker RHM Bread Bakeries is “on top of” the low Glycaemic Index diet, which ranks foods on their effect on blood sugar levels, and is evaluating it.RHM Bread Bakeries tested a new range of four Granary loaves for their GI values, he said, but decided not to use any low-GI promotions on-pack. Under the GI system, slowly absorbed foods, such as wholemeal bread, have a low GI rating, while foods that are more quickly absorbed have a higher rating. But research has shown the GI system is “quite confusing to consumers”, Mr Davis said. “GI is very interesting, but it is quite confusing to consumers. It’s not something we want to major on.”The baker is re-launching its Granary range in response to the growing demand for premium and seeded bread products. Seeded bread has become a sector in its own right, worth £82m and growing 39% year-on-year, Mr Davis said.“We have done a lot of consumer research and found that, in some sectors, there is duplication,” he added, “but in the seeded sector there isn’t, and people are seeking more choice. We see this sector as offering the biggest opportunity for new product development.”Two new loaves, ‘Hovis Sunflower Granary’ and ‘Hovis Country Granary’, have been introduced to the range. Every loaf now comes with a topping of seeds or seeds and grains, and has a longer shelf life. Shelf presence has been enhanced by clearer Hovis and Granary branding and improved images on packs.All four 800g products in the Hovis Granary range are priced at £1.20, bringing pricing in line across the range, Mr Davis pointed out. Previously, Hovis’s Granary products were priced between £1.04 and £1.15. Mr Davis said the price rises covered costs of updating recipes and upgrading packaging film.