About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 7 May 2006 | News Tagged with: Management Recruitment / people AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Helen Wright is new CEO of Face2Face Australia The Dialog Group has announced the appointment of Helen Wright as chief executive officer of Face2Face Australia.Helen joins the organisation from Greenpeace, where she was Direct Marketing Manager.The appointment follows the recent launch of Face2Face in Australia by the Dialog Group. Face2Face already has a presence in the UK & Ireland. Advertisement The Dialog Group is an international group of autonomous companies offering specialist fundraising services to the charity sector, with offices in Dublin, Austria, Australia, Ireland, the United Kingdom and the United States of America and operations in Germany and New Zealand. 20 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturday CRES negotiates move to interdisciplinary unit amid student resistance Facebook Linkedin Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ ReddIt Breakdown: Cambridge Analytica, information warfare Elizabeth Campbell Elizabeth Campbell is executive editor of TCU 360 and a senior journalism and political science double major. When not in the newsroom, she’s thinking about the news while probably watching TCU football or being a history nerd. Send her a tip if you have a story to share! Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ WATCH: Former Chief of Staff for Obama talks Trump administration, Democrats, liberal arts education Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature ReddIt Twitter Previous articleTCU researcher receives grant to continue probiotic researchNext articleCommunity to host fundraiser Monday to support injured Fort Worth officer Elizabeth Campbell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Amieona Ashford, 8 years old, came out with her brother, sister and mom to enjoy the event.“I just want to see everybody get some eggs and have fun,” Ashford said. “After the eggs, my mom’s going to hold our baskets and I’m going to go play.”Other kids however, like Billy Frantz’s 9 and 12 year old sons, were there for the community events more than the egg hunt.“They’re too cool for it now,” Frantz said. “They’re enjoying the weather more than the eggs.”Members from the Arlington Heights Methodist Church were also at the event, with a large supply of bubbles to share. They also brought their food truck that offered apples, bananas and granola bars, as what pastor Allen Lutes called a “healthy alternative to all the candy.”“Today is just a lot of fun,” Lutes said. “I think it’s important that the church be in the neighborhood and we have a lot of friends here.” + posts Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store Alumna joins ‘Survivor’ reality show in quest for a million dollars print编辑触摸共享全屏来源 www.the109.org制作你自己的了解更多接触图片分享图像…全屏Fort Worth residents came together Saturday at the Thomas Place Recreation Center to enjoy an easter egg hunt celebration.The event featured four different egg hunts for different ages; a 3 and under, 4 to 5, 6 to 7 and 8 and up. While the eggs that were hidden were all empty, kids could turn in their empty eggs to receive a gift bag with candy and other treats. There was also a petting zoo, arts and crafts, moon bounces and games, such as a cupcake walk.Whitney Johnson said she brought her 3-year-old daughter to enjoy the activities, after trying three other locations and missing each of those egg hunts by a matter of minutes.“I really wanted my daughter to do an egg hunt,” Johnson said. “I relish the chance for her to get outside and make friends.”The Easter bunny has come to Fort Worth! Find out more about this hunt @the109fw pic.twitter.com/cNXtEf8Nfx— Elizabeth Campbell (@ECampbell360) March 26, 2016 Facebook Linkedin
+ posts Welcome TCU Class of 2025 I am the executive editor of TCU 360 from Raleigh, North Carolina. If you walk by my desk in the newsroom you’ll immediately know I’m Post Malone’s biggest fan. I’m always looking for a good story to tell! If you have any story ideas, feel free to reach out! Go Panthers! Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Two students joined harassment and discrimination lawsuit against TCU Robbie Vaglio Twitter TCU wants ex-professor’s discrimination suit dismissed Facebook Linkedin Previous articleHoroscope: February 12, 2020Next articleWhat we’re reading: father arrested after running cult out of daughter’s dorm, federal judge approves Sprint’s acquisition Robbie Vaglio RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Facebook Snow temporarily stepping down as honors dean ReddIt Linkedin printEleven faculty and staff members want the TCU community to help eliminate obstacles students of color face on campus and advance equity and inclusion.The letter is a response to a lawsuit filed last month that claims a female student was physically and verbally abused by Dean Diane Snow, the dean of the John V. Roach Honors College.Read the full letter below. Twitter What to watch during quarantine Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history
RSF urges Liberian authorities to investigate threats against journalists Receive email alerts The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa November 14, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Frontpage Africa back on the newsstands News ————-10.10.2013 – Editor’s 30-day release is “totally unsatisfactory”Reporters Without Borders calls for Frontpage Africa editor Rodney Sieh’s definitive release and the reopening of his newspaper after a court freed him yesterday on “compassionate grounds” for a period of 30 days beginning on 8 October. Jailed on 21 August for being unable to pay former agriculture minister Chris Toe 1.6 million dollars (1.2 million euros) in libel damages, Sieh is forbidden to travel abroad and must notify the authorities if he leaves the capital, Monrovia, during this temporary period of release.“Sieh’s temporary release is totally unsatisfactory,” Reporters Without Borders said. “This half-measure allows the Liberian government to save face with respect to all the pressure it has been under for several months from Liberian and international human rights NGOs, but it does not address the underlying problem, the illegitimacy of Sieh’s detention in the first place.“This case underlines the importance of completing the decriminalization of defamation by setting a ceiling on damage awards. Sieh was jailed for being unable to pay the excessive damages ordered in this case. Such a disproportionate amount helps to intimidate the media and obstruct freedom of information.”——-17.09.2013 – Journalist Rodney Sieh sent back to prison after hospitalizationReporters Without Borders is outraged by the re-admission to Monrovia central prison today of the journalist Rodney Sieh, after 22 days in the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital. “The harassment of this journalist by the Liberian legal system is totally underserved and we call for his immediate release,” the press freedom organization said.”Rodney Sieh was only carrying out his job as a journalist. We call once again on the government to take action to decriminalise media offences, in particular to stop imposing disproportionate fines on journalists in order to intimidate them, since the media play an important role in the fight against corruption.” Sieh was imprisoned on 20 August for refusing to pay a fine of nearly 1.6 million dollars in libel damages in a case brought by the former agriculture minister, Chris Toe.Since then, Toe has told the media he would drop the case if the journalist apologised publicly. Sieh’s lawyers say their client will not consider such an apology since the articles that appeared in his newspaper Frontpage Africa were based on extracts of official reports by the General Auditing Commission, the country’s anti-corruption body. Photo: The editor of the daily Frontpage Africa, Rodney Sieh (Ken Harper/SI Newhouse School of Public Communications). RSF_en December 16, 2020 Find out more Help by sharing this information June 12, 2020 Find out more LiberiaAfrica Organisation Reports to go further News LiberiaAfrica Covid-19 emergency laws spell disaster for press freedom November 27, 2020 Find out more Reporters Without Borders welcomes the reappearance of the Frontpage Africa daily, which had been subject to a publication ban since 23 August, and the definitive release of its editor, Rodney Sieh.A court gave its permission on 19 November for Frontpage Africa to resume publishing and it was back on the newsstands today.The court declared Sieh to be a free man on 18 November. As he left the courtroom, he thanked all those who supported him while he was held and said the experience had reinforced his determination to expose corruption.“My newspaper will be on the newsstands again very soon and we are coming back stronger than ever,” he told reporters outside the court.———–14.11.2013 – Newspaper editor released, former minster drops caseReporters Without Borders is pleased to learn that Frontpage Africa editor Rodney Sieh is a free man again. Sieh was taken back to prison when his 30 days of “compassionate leave” expired on 8 November but was formally released the same day.In a related development, former agriculture minister Chris Toe yesterday withdrew his libel action against Sieh and let it be known he is no longer seeking payment of the 1.5 million dollars in damages ordered by a court. It was Sieh’s failure to pay that led to his imprisonment.“Sieh’s release is a great relief after this saga consisting of his arrest, imprisonment, home leave on ‘compassionate’ grounds, house arrest and finally last week’s release,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We hope it ends the judicial harassment to which Sieh and his newspaper have been subjected for the past four months.“We urge the authorities to complete the decriminalization of media offences by establishing a ceiling on damages awards without any further delay, so that such an episode does not recur. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf signed the decriminalization bill into law in July 2012. More than a year later, Liberia’s entire press corps is still waiting for it to become a reality.”The court handling the Sieh case is expected to issue a final ruling on 18 November.———————21.10.2013 – Editor placed under house arrest for the remainder of paroleReporters Without Borders is disturbed by the justice ministry’s decision on 18 October to place Frontpage Africa editor Rodney Sieh under house arrest during the rest of the 30 days of “compassionate” leave from prison that he was accorded on 8 October.“The house arrest order contradicts the parole that Sieh was granted on health grounds,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Sieh is like a ball being batted to and fro in a power struggle between different Liberian officials. This constitutes cruel treatment and we call for the immediate withdrawal of this measure, which restricts his freedom of movement and his access to health care.”The house arrest order came two days after the Supreme Court ordered justice minister Christiana Tah to show cause why she should not be held in contempt for ordering Sieh’s temporary release in “defiance” of the court’s decision in August to jail him for failing to pay 1.6 million dollars in damages to a former agriculture minister.Sieh will now have to spend the remaining days of his parole confined to his home and under constant police surveillance. News Follow the news on Liberia
Twitter Twitter Local News The City of Odessa Parks Department has scheduled a free Movie in the Park featuring Aladdin on Friday at San Jacinto Park.The movie is scheduled to begin at dusk (9 p.m.).Other films are scheduled as follows.June 4: Frozen II at UTPB Park.June 18: The Croods at Woodson Park.July 16: Sonic at Lawndale Park.July 30: Tom & Jerry at McKinney Park.Aug. 6: Trolls World Tour at Sherwood ParkParticipants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blanketsVisit tinyurl.com/3vm39v38. Pinterest Pinterest Movie in the Park Previous articleSCHOLAR ATHLETE: Planning pays dividends for HeflinNext articleHot Summer Nights Odessa American TAGSAladdinCity of Odessa Parks DepartmentMovie in the Park WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Facebook By Odessa American – May 20, 2021
WABC(NEW YORK) — One person was killed and four were injured when a 70-year-old man lost control of a minivan near the Chinatown neighborhood in Manhattan shortly before 7 p.m. Monday.The elderly driver apparently was trying to parallel park on a crowded, rain-slicked street and hit the gas instead of the brake, said police, who intend to bring charges against him including “failure to exercise due care.”The person killed in the accident was a male aged approximately 45 to 55. Police have not released his identity.Two of those injured were last reported to be in critical but stable condition, while the other two were listed as serious but stable. All four were rushed to Bellevue Hospital.The minivan’s driver and two persons in the van refused medical attention, police said.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Previous Article Next Article This month’s newsWood stacking guide Guidance on the safe stacking of sawn timber and board materials has beenpublished by the Health and Safety Executive. The revised WoodworkingInformation Sheet 2 looks at factors influencing stability, ground conditions,bearer choice, stack height and banding condition, working practices andstorage area management. Environment report The HSE has published a report on the effects of environmental factors onthe leaching rates of biocides from antifoulage coatings. It provides anenvironmental risk assessment package and data to underpin computerised riskassessment models. Offshore OH in focus A conference on OH offshore is to be run by the HSE at the Aberdeen Bridgeof Don Exhibition and Conference Centre from 27 to 29 March. Among the speakerswill be OH practitioners, academics, consultants and regulators from the UK,the Netherlands and Norway. Call 08701 545500. Related posts:No related photos. NewsOn 1 Feb 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
Previous Article Next Article A question that all HR/recruitment professionals get asked on at least a semi regular basis is: “How should I resign?”. The real answer is, there is no textbook answer as there are so many variables and moving parts involved relevant to e.g. company, manager, your professional style etc. but there are definitely a whole lot of wrong ways to do it. Here’s my 4 small tips that hopefully will offer some piece of mind during what in most cases is an awkward conversation (at best), and help it flow with a little more ease and hopefully avoid friction or burned bridges.Tip 1: No matter how much you might feel like it, don’t use the flaws of the company/manager as your reason for leaving. This is not the time or the place to have this conversation. My advice would be that if there is a burning desire inside you to offer some constructive criticism, do so at an exit interview in a rational and balanced manner. Instead use the positive points of why you have chosen to accept the new role as the reason for your departure.Tip 2: I’m firmly of the belief that we never stop learning and thus regardless of if you feel it has been the most fulfilling role or not, think of the lessons you’ve learned and thank your manager/company for the opportunity to have learned and grown as a professional.Tip 3: Unless extenuating circumstances dictate otherwise, wherever possible be willing to work your full contractual notice period. Make arrangements as such so as to make your transition out of the company as smooth as possible.Tip 4: If not already part of process, offer your time to have an “exit meeting/interview” with your line manager with the aim of trying to shed light on where in your opinion, the organisation could improve. This is where you can offer your CONSTRUCTIVE feedback and show that you are not harbouring any ill feelings due to some negative experiences but instead are aiming to offer your opinion to ensure other employees don’t feel the same thing.These are by no means complicated steps and is relatively “back to basics” kind of stuff but I hope it will give some piece of mind to anyone who may be looking for a little direction on ways to part ways in a positive light. Related posts:No related photos. HR: Positive Resignation – How to hand in your noticeShared from missc on 8 Jan 2015 in Personnel Today Read full article Comments are closed.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBOISE, Idaho-Saturday, BYU football, fresh off of a 7-6 loss to Northern Illinois, returns to action at Boise State as they are the Broncos’ Homecoming game guests.The Cougars come into this one at 4-4 and will play on the famed “smurf turf” against the 6-2 Broncos, who remain one of the best non-power 5 conference programs in the country.BYU is 2-6 against Boise State all-time including 0-4 at Boise.Saturday’s tilt at Albertson’s Stadium also commemorates the Cougars’ 100th game as an independent program.The Cougars have a tall order ahead of them as the Broncos boast the 15th best scoring offense in college football at 40.1 points per game. The Broncos also are 13th nationally in offensive yards per game, averaging 486.4 yards and 2nd in third down conversions, converting 55.6 percent of 3rd downs successfully.Boise State is led by senior signal-caller Brett Rypien who is sixth nationally in passing yards (2,565) and 8th in touchdown passes (23).Rypien, who is the nephew of former Washington Redskins Super Bowl-winning quarterback Mark Rypien, is also seventh nationally in passing yards per game at 320.6 yards.The Broncos’ offense is also bolstered by tailback Alexander Mattison (150 car, 637 yards, 8 TD’s) and receivers Sean Modster (43 rec, 642 yards, 4 TD’s) and A.J. Richardson (35 rec, 600 yards, 7 TD’s).STUD Curtis Weaver is Boise State’s defensive leader, having netted 5.5 sacks on the season.This is an 8:15 pm kickoff and you can listen to the game on KSVC AM 980 or on FM at 100.5. The stream is also available online at midutahradio.com. Tags: A.J. Richardson/Albertson’s Stadium/Alexander Mattison/Boise State Football/Brett Rypien/BYU Football/Curtis Weaver/Homecoming/independent/Mark Rypien/Sean Modster Brad James Written by October 29, 2018 /Sports News – Local BYU Football Returns To Action At Boise State Saturday
Photo, video: DARPASea Hunter, the U.S. Navy’s unmanned anti submarine warfare vessel, has recently completed at-sea tests off the coast of San Diego, California.Developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) under the Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV) program, the vessel met or surpassed all performance objectives for speed, maneuverability, stability, seakeeping, acceleration/deceleration, and fuel consumption, as well as establishing confidence in mechanical systems reliability in an open-ocean environment, Leidos, a company involved involved in the vessel’s manufacturing has confirmed.The completion of Sea Hunter’s performance trials is the first milestone in the two-year test program co-sponsored by DARPA and the Office of Naval Research. Testing in upcoming months is scheduled to include testing of sensors, the vessel’s autonomy suite, compliance with maritime collision regulations, and proof-of-concept demonstrations for a variety of U.S. Navy missions.Back in April 2016, DARPA said the vessel reached a top speed of 27 knots (31 mph/50 kph) at its Oregon site.The vessel has a number of unusual features because it does not need to accommodate people. For example, interior spaces are accessible for maintenance but aren’t designed to support a permanent crew.According to DARPA, at-sea testing on a surrogate vessel, ACTUV’s autonomy suite has proven it is capable of operating the ship in compliance with maritime laws and conventions for safe navigation—including International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, or COLREGS.ACTUV accomplishes this feat through advanced software and hardware that serve as automated lookouts, enabling the ship to operate safely near manned maritime vessels in all weather and traffic conditions, day or night.The vessel was also developed at a fraction of the price of regular anti-submarine surface combatants. The fact that it would never have a man onboard will allow the vessel to match and exceed the speeds of submarines as the vessel would have reduced constraints on conventional naval architecture elements such as layout, accessibility, crew support systems, and reserve buoyancy.In September 2014, DARPA signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Office of Naval Research to jointly fund an extended test phase of an ACTUV prototype.DARPA will collaborate with ONR to fully test the capabilities of the vessel and several innovative payloads during open-water testing scheduled to begin this summer off the California coast after preliminary checkout and movement to San Diego.In case everything goes according to plan, the program could transition to the U.S. Navy by 2018.Below is a video of the vessel during its first out at sea. View post tag: US Navy View post tag: ASW August 9, 2016 View post tag: Sea Hunter Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today US Navy sub-hunter drone aces sea trials US Navy sub-hunter drone aces sea trials View post tag: DARPA Share this article