Ivy Tech Community College will host Express Enrollment Day at its Evansville main campus, 3501 N First Avenue, on Thursday, December 5, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. During the event, students can visit participating Ivy Tech locations for an in-person enrollment experience.Ivy Tech encourages all new students to participate, even if they have yet to enroll. Everyone is welcome. This one-day event will allow prospective students to register for classes, discuss financial aid options and meet with academic advisors.Students will also have the opportunity to learn more about assessment options. For students without school transcripts or test scores to provide, the ACCUPLACER assessment can assist them in determining the classes that align with their needs.Ivy Tech is dedicated to helping students adjust to college life, move through programs efficiently and expand their careers. The first part of that commitment involves helping students know their way around. During Express Enrollment Day, students can complete the FYIvy online orientation and schedule in-person orientation sessions, including campus tours. Students can stop by at any time, but they are encouraged to RSVP, ensuring that each location can effectively serve its community. For more details, including a list of participating Ivy Tech locations, visit IvyTech.edu/EEDay. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Pensioenfonds IBM, Radstand Pensioenfonds, Edmond de Rothschild Group, Robeco, EDHEC-Risk Institute, PIMCO, UNEP, Credit Suisse, Jones Day, Focus Orange, Sweco Capital Consultants, Insight Investment, Global Impact Investing Network, PGGM, Association of Consulting Actuaries, LCP, Invesco Perpetual, Standard Life InvestmentsPensioenfonds IBM – Wouter van Eechoud has been appointed director and executive board member of the Dutch pension fund. He succeeds Ruud Hommes, who is to leave the pension fund after 18 years. Van Eechoud was a supervisor of pension funds at regulator De Nederlandsche Bank and has also worked in the banking sector.Randstad Pensioenfonds – Han Thoman has been named chairman of the Randstad Pensioenfonds, completing the new and independent board. Thoman is already independent chairman of the pension funds of Grolsch and SNS Reaal. He has been director at DSM Pension Fund Services and asset manager and pensions provider Blue Sky Group. Thoman has also chaired the foundation for company pension funds (OPF), which merged into the Dutch Pensions Federation.Edmond de Rothschild Group – Roderick Munsters has been named chief executive of the Swiss firm’s asset management business. Munsters, who most recently was chief executive at Robeco, replaces Laurent Tignard at the Swiss asset manager. Prior to leaving Robeco last year, where Munsters spent six years as chief executive, he was CIO at APG. EDHEC-Risk Institute – Riccardo Rebonato has joined the institute from PIMCO, where he was global head of rates and FX research. Rebonato, who will also join the EDHEC Business School’s faculty, has previously worked at Royal Bank of Scotland, where he was head of front-office risk management and head of client analytics, as well as head of derivatives research at Barclays Capital.United Nations – Erik Solheim is being lined up as the executive director of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), having been chosen by UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon as his candidate for the position. Solheim has been chair of the Development Assistance Committee of the OECD since 2013 and was Norway’s minister for the environment and for international development from 2007 to 2012. Mexican diplomat Patricia Espinosa Castellano is poised to succeed Christiana Figueres as the UN’s chief climate change official, also having been selected by Ban. Castellano is the Mexican ambassador to Germany and was Mexico’s foreign affairs minister from 2006 to 2012. Figueres will step down as executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in July. Credit Suisse – Eric Varvel has been named head of asset management at the Swiss bank, filling a vacancy left by last year’s departure of Bob Jain. Varvel, a former chief executive of Credit Suisse’s investment banking division, will assume his new role at the beginning of next month. In his time at the bank, he has also served as its chair for the Middle East and Asia-Pacific regions, in addition to serving on its executive board.Jones Day – Irene Vermeeren has been named a partner at the law firm, based in Amsterdam. Vermeeren is to focus on Dutch and European pensions, benefits and compensation. She also chairs the advisory committee on pensions law at the Dutch bar association and is a board member of the knowledge network Women in Institutional Pensions. Previously, Vermeeren was head of the pension industry group at law firm Baker & McKenzie.Focus Orange – Eko Loijenga has joined consultancy Focus Orange as an associate partner. Loijenga is to focus on total rewards, executive remuneration and people analytics. He has worked at Hewitt, Aon, Deloitte, Towers Perrin and PwC.Sweco Capital Consultants – Lilian ter Doest and Philip Bischop have started as senior consultants at Sweco Capital Consultants, formerly Grontmij Capital Consultants. They are responsible for direct and indirect property investments, client relations, acquisition and development. Previously, Ter Doest worked as commercial director at fund and property manager Annexum. Bischop joined from the €113bn asset manager and pensions provider MN, where he was head of property portfolio management.Insight Investment – Tom McKeon has been named head of portfolio oversight within the manager’s farmland investment team. McKeon was most recently chief executive at Hassad Australia, the agribusiness subsidiary of the Qatar Investment Authority. Prior to joining Hassad in 2011, McKeon ran his own consultancy and worked for Great Southern as national manager for water resources.Global Impact Investing Network – Wouter Koelewijn has joined the network as global liaison for Europe. Koelewijn was most recently senior innovation manager at Dutch pension manager PGGM, but he has also worked at Deloitte.Association of Consulting Actuaries – Bob Scott has been elected chairman of the UK association, succeeding outgoing chair David Fairs, effective from June. Scott is senior partner at consultancy LCP, where he has worked in a number of roles since 1982.Invesco Perpetual – Sebastian Mackay is to join the manager’s multi-asset team from September. He joins from Standard Life Investments (SLI), where he was investment director, but also a member of the global absolute-return portfolio construction team. Mackay began his career at Scottish Widows Investment Partnership in 2000.
BACOLOD City – He allegedly sold illegaldrugs. The 24-year-old Alexander Martelino wasnabbed in a drug buy-bust operation in Barangay Lantad, Silay City, NegrosOccidental, police said. Charges for violation of Republic Act9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 will be filed againstMartelino./PN Martelino – resident of the village –was caught after he sold suspected shabu to an undercover cop for P500 around 3p.m. on April 24, the police added.When frisked, the suspect yielded five more sachets of suspected illegal drugs. He was detained in the custodialfacility of the Silay City police station.
RelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea Brighton vs. Chelsea Venue: Amex Stadium Kick off: 1:30PMChelsea make the trip to the Amex Stadium to face Brighton & Hove Albion this afternoon looking to strengthen their grip on fourth position in the Premier League standings. While Chelsea have been hampered by their lack of consistency since the arrival of Frank Lampard, the presence of the club legend has also played a pivotal part in the team’s ability to frequently bounce back from setbacks with significant wins. During a period where they have lost at home to Bournemouth and Southampton without troubling the scoresheet, Chelsea have recorded maximum points at the grounds of Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal. To some degree, witnessing his players perform with class against Spurs and sheer desire versus the Gunners will frustrate Lampard, who did not hide his disappointment after the previous defeats at Stamford Bridge. Nevertheless, the Englishman will at least feel optimistic for the future as the club look to close the gap on second and third place, while also defending their hold on fourth position. While achieving Champions League football for next season has become the natural priority target, Lampard will feel that this side is capable of more if they can maintain a high level over a prolonged period. Most of the attention this season has been focused on a misfiring backline and a youthful attack, but Jorginho reiterated his importance to the team and squad in general at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. Despite the Italian being fortunate to remain on the pitch during the closing stages, his presence after his introduction settled the Blues down at a time when their opponents could have effectively ended the game as a contest. The performance creates a selection dilemma for Lampard going forward, although it is one which he will like having when no-one in his squad is producing the consistency he is demanding. Chelsea travel to the south coast having now won seven of their 10 away matches in this season’s Premier League, although that record will not intimidate Graham Potter’s Brighton squad. While the Seagulls have only registered four wins at the Amex Stadium from 10 attempts, their style of play has regularly caused problems for their opponents this season, regardless of their position in the table. That said, Brighton desperately needed their success against Bournemouth at the weekend after falling to within a defeat of being pulled into the bottom three. There is the perception that Brighton are a team on the up under Potter, something which may be the case, but a four-match winless streak had highlighted the need for results over displays which are easy on the eye. The manner of the victory over the Cherries delivered both of those aspects, with Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Aaron Mooy scoring brilliantly-taken individual goals to get off the mark for the season. With more breathing space to work with, Potter will now hope that his players can replicate that performance four days later against Chelsea, who outplayed them at Stamford Bridge earlier in the campaign. There is also the added motivation of trying to record back-to-back Premier League wins for just the second time this season – something which has not been achieved since the start of November. Given that Chelsea have also not put together successive triumphs since October 26, the opportunity is there to get another three points on the board, which would ultimately leave Brighton not far away from the top 10. Brighton possible XI: Ryan, Montoya, Webster, Dunk, Burn, Bissouma, Propper, Trossard, Mooy, Jahanbakhsh, Maupay. Chelsea possible XI: Arrizabalaga, Azpilicueta, Rudiger, Zouma, Palmieri, Kante, Jorginho, Kovacic, Mount, Hudson-Odoi, Abraham.Tags: AMex StadiumBrightonChelseaFrank LampardPremier LeagueTottenham Hotspur
THE Guyana Police Force’s football team will face Riddim Squad while Uitvlugt will tackle Santos today, when action in the Hamilton Green Cup Knock-Out football tournament continues at the Den Amstel Ground, West Coast Demerara.In the opening match from 14:00hrs, the lawmen, just a winning streak in the just-concluded Corona tournament which they won, will be seeking a place in the quarter-final round of this tournament with the aim of carting off the $500,000 fir st prize money and trophy.However, they will have to be wary of Riddim Squad whose attack will be led by Kevin Agard and Teon Jones, while Seon Hope, Kevin Gordon and Lyliton Ramsay will lead the support from midfield.The team’s defence will be marshalled by Mark Gilkes, Dorville Stewart and Orville Stewart.In the feature game from 16:00hrs, both Uitvlugt of West Coast Demerara and Santos of Georgetown will also be seeking to book their places in the quarter-final round, but only one team (the winner) will be able to advance and this makes this game, like the opening fixture, a must see as it promises much excitement.Meanwhile, Den Amstel, Soesdyke Falcons and Ann’s Grove booked their quarter-final spots last Sunday with victories over Golden Grove, Mahaica Determinators and Buxton Bakewell, respectively at the Victoria ground, East Coast Demerara.Den Amstel of West Coast Demerara beat ECD’s Golden Grove 2-0, while Soesdyke Falcons of East Bank Demerara (EBD) defeated Mahaica Determinators 4-2 and Ann’s Grove (ECD) edged their ECD counterparts Buxton Bakewell 1-0 in the feature game.The winners of the Santos versus Uitvlugt game will meet Soesdyke Falcons in the quarter-final round and Den Amstel will face Ann’s Grove next Sunday at the Georgetown Football Club.Also on that date, Western Tigers will meet Milerock and the home side GFC will oppose Eagles United.The tournament is being coordinated by former national player/coach Lennox Arthur.
With a sly smile and reserved demeanor, redshirt freshman Tyler Vaughns is excited for the opportunity to make his presence felt. When asked whether or not he was ready to make his debut against the Western Michigan Broncos in the historic Los Angeles Coliseum, Vaughns couldn’t hold back his smile.“Yeah,” he grinned. “I’m really excited.”You would be, too, if you were Vaughns. He’s waited a year for his chance to shine in the spotlight. Like JuJu Smith-Schuster, Nelson Agholor, Marqise Lee and plenty more before him, Vaughns hopes to be the next USC receiver to break out and make a name for himself. Following an excellent spring and fall camp, Vaughns looks like he’s ready to make the jump. But it didn’t happen overnight. Coming from Bishop Amat High School, just a little over 20 miles away from the USC campus, Vaughns was seen by some as one of the top five receivers in the country when he was a high school senior. Vaughns has always had the physical talent. In his final season of high school, Reign of Troy writer Alicia de Artola described him as having “glue-like hands.” But the jump from high school to college was a big one. While he had always stood out on the field growing up, Vaughns struggled to set himself apart from his teammates for the first time in his football career. Vaughns was redshirted his freshman season at USC. However, it was a humbling experience for him, and he says he’s better because of it. “It really helped me in terms of knowing the game, knowing the playbook and all that,” Vaughns said. “So I’ll never take that year for granted. I worked my butt off. I was going against Adoree’ Jackson and [junior] Biggie [Marshall] everyday. So every day it was work. It wasn’t ever like ‘I’m a redshirt so I can just take it easy and chill.’ No it was business. It was a really good year for me.”As the Trojans prepared to play Penn State in a Rose Bowl for the record books, Vaughns studied the play books. As a redshirt, his role remained on the sidelines in the heart-stopping victory over Penn State. “During the bowl practices last year, I was up in [offensive coordinator Tee Martin’s] office going over the defenses,” Vaughns said. “I couldn’t recognize any of it. He’d quiz me on it, I’d go in and write it on his board or he’d give me a packet of routes to draw up.” The learning curve was steep, but after spending time learning the X’s and O’s, the lightbulb turned on and the game has slowed down. Before, he was unfamiliar with the plays, taking his routes slow to avoid mistakes. Now, Vaughns is ready to go full speed.With an offseason full of hype around redshirt sophomore quarterback Sam Darnold, one storyline of interest going into spring and fall camp was who would emerge as the big receiving threats for the Heisman candidate this season’s squad. And in a room full of talented athletes, Vaughns has stood out.“Sometimes it looks like [Sam Darnold]’s just gliding out there and just kind of floating,” Martin said. “He gets open for the quarterback. He just has a knack for doing those types of things. I think it’s special, it’s unique.” As for any personal goals ahead of the 2017 campaign, Vaughns has one: to start. He currently trails behind Jalen Greene in the depth chart, but Vaughns is determined that by the end of the season, that will have changed.“He’s playing so much more confident right now,” Martin said. “He’s gotten bigger and stronger in the weight room. He knows what to do now so he’s playing bigger and faster and now you can see his skill set. Very smooth, great route runner, catch radius. He’s just a football player.” As Trojan fans make their way into the Coliseum on Saturday, fans won’t be the only ones ready to start the season. After putting in the work, Vaughns will be a player to watch from now on, and he’s just as excited as anyone to see if this year will be his breakout season. While the team had a remarkable season last year, he and the Trojans are hungrier for more. And this time around, Vaughns hopes he’ll be the one making the big play instead of watching history from the sideline.