Manufacturers: Productos ArquitectonicosDesign Team:Carlos Núñez, Camila arroyo, Andrea VillaCollaborator:Mauricio PatiñoContractor:CMC IngenierosStructural Design:Alvaro CamachoHydrosanitary Design:Rodolfo GiacomettoElectrical Design:Luis MontañezBioclimatic Design:ArquiambientalLandspace:Ramiro OlarteCity:La CaleraCountry:ColombiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Kevin PerdomoRecommended ProductsWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40MetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineText description provided by the architects. Standing at 2750 metres above sea level, in the outskirts of La Calera, Cundinamarca, Casa 5 enjoys the unbeatable long views of the surrounding mountains and valley, and the presence of the greenery and the lake that touch its garden.Save this picture!© Kevin PerdomoThe weather here is somewhat cold all year round, so the house was designed to respond to its environment by harnessing the solar radiation during the day through its large windows, warming up the different areas, while at the same time isolating itself from the floor and exterior through double walls that allow to keep the heat inside during the night.Save this picture!AxonometricSave this picture!First Floor PlanThe house appears closed towards the street access, placing car park and service areas here in order to ensure privacy. Once the main entrance door is crossed, the visitor meets a wide and transparent central patio that organizes internal circulation, fills up the spaces with natural sunlight and becomes the heart of the activity within the house. Its wide and frameless windows allow the presence of the greenery to be felt everywhere.Save this picture!© Kevin PerdomoThe more public areas are placed in the south wing of the house, closer to the entrance. They end up in the dining room and double height living room, which enjoy the closer views to the lake and garden. The bedrooms and more private areas are placed in the north wing, the master bedroom facing towards the water. On the second floor there are the two working areas for the owners, one on each wing, which enjoy the long views independently.Save this picture!© Kevin PerdomoThe presence of the patio and the large windows, along with lightwells in the service and more private areas, allows the sun, the light and the greenery to be felt throughout the house. The continuous transparencies through the patio, the garden and the lake generate a peaceful and natural environment.Save this picture!© Kevin PerdomoProject gallerySee allShow lessMinimalist, Enviable Snap-Together Dog Houses from Bad MarlonArchitecture NewsCall for Submissions: Design Our Ryde – International Design CompetitionBuilt Projects & Masterplans Share CopyAbout this officeArquitectura en EstudioOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLa CaleraColombiaPublished on January 28, 2016Cite: “Casa 5 / Arquitectura en Estudio” 28 Jan 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Houses Summerhouse T / Johan Sundberg ArkitekturSave this projectSaveSummerhouse T / Johan Sundberg Arkitektur Sweden Lead Architect: Save this picture!© Markus Linderoth+ 15Curated by Paula Pintos Share Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/918906/summerhouse-t-johan-sundberg-arkitektur Clipboard Summerhouse T / Johan Sundberg Arkitektur Photographs: Markus Linderoth “COPY” Photographs Architects: Johan Sundberg Arkitektur Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” 2018 Associate Architects:Itziar del Río Gómiz, Henrik ÅlundStructural Engineer:Gustav SvenssonContractor:Niklas SambergBuilders:Niklas Samberg, Magnus OlofssonCity:LjunghusenCountry:SwedenMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Markus LinderothRecommended ProductsDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumDoorsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Entice Series Entrance SystemWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensSkylightsLibartSolaGlide Inclined Retractable SkylightText description provided by the architects. In the north eastern part of Ljunghusen, next to the Falsterbo channel, the forest is lower and slightly more sparse. The ground consists only of sand. In this scene, we have placed this summer house for a family of four. The house consists of three volumes with a common, gently sloping hip roof with generous eaves in all directions.Save this picture!© Markus LinderothThe framework of the house is made out of wood, also containing a few steel components. The material palette thoroughly consists of wood, with natural larch and dark stained fir externally.Save this picture!© Markus LinderothSave this picture!Ground floorSave this picture!© Markus LinderothThe starting-point has been to create a generous house in close contact with nature in all directions, with grand spaces inside but giving a humble impression from the outside. The roof eaves provide shade and creates a low visual expression with extended horizontal lines.Save this picture!© Markus LinderothSave this picture!SectionsSave this picture!© Markus LinderothProject gallerySee allShow lessSpotlight: Emilio AmbaszArchitecture NewsVilla Aan de Bocht / Dieter De Vos ArchitectenSelected Projects Share CopyHouses•Ljunghusen, Sweden Johan Sundberg Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/918906/summerhouse-t-johan-sundberg-arkitektur Clipboard ArchDaily CopyAbout this officeJohan Sundberg ArkitekturOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLjunghusenSwedenPublished on June 13, 2019Cite: “Summerhouse T / Johan Sundberg Arkitektur” 13 Jun 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Howard Lake | 12 July 2007 | News 32 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Finance Recruitment / people AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Melvin Coleman, U.K. Finance Director at Amnesty International, has been appointed as Deputy Chair designate at the Charity Finance Directors’ Group (CFDG), umbrella group that specialises in helping charities to manage their finance-related functions.Coleman will take over as Deputy Chair of CFDG in September for a two-year term as Steve Mahon steps down as Deputy Chair when he retires from the Board having served his maximum term as a Trustee.Coleman has been a CFDG trustee for four years and in that time his work on the CFDG Board has been focused on working with the Chair and CEO on governance issues. He has over 35 years of experience of the sector: he was a founder member of the first publicly-funded law centre in the UK and more recently in senior roles at Consumers Association, Engineering Industry Training Board and the Performing Right Society. Advertisement CFDG has over 1,300 members: between them they manage around £11.3 billion in charity income each year. 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. New Deputy Chair for CFDG
The fluffy cow phenomenon has some good points and some danger zones. On the positive side, it is getting consumers interested in livestock and actually willing to ask questions about the animals. Often these questions are directed at the young people who are showing the cattle which gives them the chance to explain how they take care of their animals, how important it is to their family and their future, and how much hard work it is. In addition to being a great message to deliver to consumers, it also gives some much needed recognition to these talented and hard-working young people, many of whom will have life-long careers in agriculture. SHARE Home Commentary The “Fluffy Cow” Phenomenon Baffles Cattlemen, Interests Consumers Facebook Twitter The “Fluffy Cow” Phenomenon Baffles Cattlemen, Interests Consumers I have been a long time observer of the cultural gap between farm and non-farm folks. This gap, actually it is more like a gulf or in some cases a chasm, is a totally different worldview. It involves language, experience, fashion, food preferences, and humor. It still amazes me that we can all be members of the same society, in many cases even neighbors, yet are worlds apart. While this is true for all of agriculture, it is more evident in the cattle business. When it comes to livestock, especially cattle, there is barely a common frame of reference. I offer as evidence the current internet and social media phenomena known as the fluffy cow. I have seen some growing resentment from serious cattle people who view this whole fluffy cow thing as trivial nonsense. Most cattle folks that I have known who are serious about livestock are just that: serious about their livestock. Imagine, after you have spent half a year getting your animals ready for show, drive 500 miles, load them out of the trailer in the middle of the night, spend half a day grooming them and then some tattooed and pierced person shows up and says, “Hey, man, where are the fluffy cows?” Some cattle folks are worried the fluffy cow craze will give people the wrong impression of cattle. Marybeth Feutz, a Southern Indiana Farmwife, wrote in a blog post on fluffy cows that these are not pets, “One very important thing to remember about cattle (fluffy or not) — they are very cute when they are calves. But they do grow up. Every one of our adult cows weighs over 1300 pounds. An adult bull can weigh 2000 pounds or more. Even these cute fluffy bulls grow into big, 2000 pound animals. I don’t care how ‘tame’ an animal is, once he gets that big, there should be no trusting him.” Iowa cattleman Matt Lautner inadvertently started the whole thing when a photo of one of his beasts, Texas Tornado, went viral on the internet and the phrase “fluffy cow” started showing up on Twitter. Despite the fact Texas Tornado is a bull, Matt seized the chance to convert the “fluffy cow” phenomenon into a marketing opportunity, creating the Facebook page Fluffy Cows R Us. Within a few days, the page had notched up 24,910 likes and currently has more than 30,000 fans. Matt has been careful to remind people that the animals — a mixture of Angus, Chianina, Maine-Anjou and Shorthorn breeds — might look cute, but they are not pets. Well, relax cowboys and cowgirls, like most internet crazes, fluffy cows probably will not last long. After the county and state fair season, most consumers are not likely to come looking for fluffy cows. It is not typical to see many non-farm folks at the Western Stock Show or the North American in Louisville. And this is most likely a good thing since, before too long, PETA will start claiming fluffing an animal’s hair is cruelty and HSUS will start a petition to prevent the practice. The sooner the fluffy cow craze goes away the better. While it does get consumers interested in the livestock industry, it also shows them a portion of the livestock sector they do not have the context to understand. Livestock shows are for the purpose of evaluating animals for either their meat or their semen. Both are aspects of the livestock sector most consumers really don’t want to know much about. Let’s hope fluffy cows will soon go the way of other internet phenomena like the dancing baby.By Gary Truitt The sudden consumer fascination with fluffy cows has had an interesting development. This summer, 4-H youth and others working the livestock show circuit are playing up the fluffy cow look. People who would normally not venture near the livestock barns at a county or state fair are stampeding (pardon the pun) to the cattle barn looking for fluffy cows. Some county fairs this year even used fluffy cows in their promotional material. For those of you who are not on facebook, twitter, YouTube or other on-line social media channels, a bit of history is in order. The term fluffy cows was started by consumers. It refers to cattle that have been prepared for the show ring. The animal’s hair is made to “fluff” out give the animal a larger more solid appearance. This is not a new thing but has been part of showing cattle for a long time. Fluffy cows are not a new breed of cattle or the result of genetic engineering. By Gary Truitt – Jul 28, 2013 On the negative side, the reason people are so enamored with fluffy cows is because they think they are cute. I call this the Bambi syndrome. We need to make consumers understand that fluffy cows are not cute, docile pets. We must help them connect the dots between fluffy cows and T-Bone steak. As one shocked consumer responded when being told about fluffy cows, “So, wait. If they’re getting primped for shows … that means the fluffy cows are going to be auctioned off to the highest bidder? They’re getting all fancied up just be sold to be eaten?” As Lautner Farms explains it, the intricate beauty routine “is all in an effort to earn the attention of a judge, who evaluates the animals — not just for the presentation of their hair, but for other merits like carcass quality (for market animals) or breeding traits (for heifers and bulls).” While it is great that more people walk the barns or wander into a livestock show, they need to come out with a better understanding of what they saw besides just a “fluffy cute cow.” SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleOptimal Weather Contributing to High-yielding ForagesNext articleSoybean Advocates and Influencers Meet in Indianapolis Gary Truitt
WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Print Previous articleHighlights: The best bits from Darren Sweetnam’s Munster careerNext articleGarda arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated David Raleigh TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Twitter Email Linkedin WhatsApp Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Advertisement Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Henry St Garda Station A Limerick-based Garda was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated last weekend.The member of the force was arrested and detained for questioning, last Saturday.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Gardai would not disclose the time nor location of where the alleged offence occurred.Gardai did not respond directly to a number of questions about the garda’s arrest including, the garda’s age, and if they underwent a breadth test or blood test to detect for substances in their system.A Garda spokesman said: “An Garda Síochána can confirm that a member of An Garda Síochána based in the Southern region was arrested on Saturday afternoon 12th April, 2021 on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.”“A file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecution.”It’s understood the Garda may have been involved in a road traffic collision while allegedly driving intoxicated, however gardai declined to comment further.“An Garda Síochána has no further comment at this time,” a spokesman said.The Garda Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) was asked if it was aware of the arrest of the Garda, and if it was conducting an independent investigation.A spokeswoman for GSOC said: “GSOC is not in a position to comment on this incident”. NewsBreaking newsLimerickGarda arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicatedBy David Raleigh – April 14, 2021 1150 Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live
Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(BALTIMORE) — A Baltimore FBI agent apparently stabbed his estranged wife to death before committing suicide at her Maryland home, according to police.A woman reported to 911 at about 8 a.m. Wednesday that Donna Fisher had asked her to call “because she was being threatened by her recently estranged husband,” the Anne Arundel County Police Department said Wednesday.Officers responded to Fisher’s Crownsville home where they found Fisher, 54, with apparent stab wounds and David Raynor, an FBI Baltimore field office employee, with apparent stab wounds and a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.Fisher and Raynor, 52, were declared dead at the scene, police said.The apparent murder-suicide occurred on the day Fisher and Raynor were expected back in divorce court, according to court records. The two appeared in court Tuesday and were set to return Wednesday and Thursday, the records state.Fisher had filed for divorce in March 2017, according to The Baltimore Sun. Court records showed child support was one issue in the divorce, the Sun reported.Raynor joined the FBI in June 1993. He joined the Baltimore Field Office in February 2003.Autopsies will be completed to determine the exact cause and manner of death, police said. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
KABC-TV(RIVERSIDE, Calif.) — An F-16 crashed at March Reserve Air Force Base on Thursday afternoon, hitting a warehouse located right by the runway.Maj. Perry Covington, a public affairs officer, said the building was on fire. The pilot ejected and was OK, Covington said.No other injuries were reported.The unit flying this alert mission from the base in Riverside, California, was a combination of pilots and aircraft from California and South Dakota Air National Guard units.The pilot belongs to the 144th Fighter Wing of the California Air National Guard and the aircraft belongs to the South Dakota Air National Guard in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.This is a developing news story. Please check back for updates.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Comments are closed. In the worrying, but heart-warming Dickens tale, A Christmas Carol, Scroogetries to reassure his one-time commercial partner that his success in businesswas all that could be expected of him. Marley, ghostly and in chains, answersthat “mankind was his business”, a business that he had almost completelyignored. As we move towards another Christmas, and a new year, these words have neverbeen more relevant. Mankind is our business. People are our business. All change in human society happens on an individual basis. One by one byone. We have to see the benefits before we will change our behaviour. It’s a human trait that can be frustrating for politicians and for managerswho sometimes want to be able to change behaviour as easily as writing companyprocedures or new laws. They struggle to know how best to spend the time that money can buy. Theyfind that the time that is available comes with people attached to it. Oh No!People with ideas, hopes, prejudices, anxieties, and preferences. People whoneed to believe in something before they will try and need to understand howthey fit in before they can succeed in working with others. As David Smith, people director at Asda, explained to me about releasingpotential: “This people stuff is difficult. If we want to be trusted, wehave to listen, and change based on what our people tell us. To gain loyalty wehave to remove status, and this is personally unattractive to people in power.And yet it’s the only way – which is why so few companies have made the journeythat we have.” So much has changed. Technology has become human sized – attempting toenhance, rather than replace, human capabilities. Science has becomehuman-focused – revealing our wonderful interdependence and limitlesspotential. It would be wise for you who are charged with understanding the humancondition and human potential to make some new years resolutions. Lead yourcolleagues to the conclusion you have reached – that mankind is your business.That unshrinking the potential of your people is the edge your organisation islooking for. My research has revealed that normal, ordinary people can design their ownjobs, determine their own priorities, vote for who to hire, fire, and how toreward the teams; they can formulate strategy, and create innovations, new products,and even new companies. The most influential people in your profession havemade it clear that there are extraordinary people inside all organisations justwaiting to get out. And you need them. People are infinitely expandable and they are much more fun than machines atthe Christmas party – with the exception, of course, of the photocopier andthose sexy new video phones. By Max Mckeown, Author and business consultant Previous Article Next Article Doing the business with people attachedOn 9 Dec 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
For more information, click the “How to Apply” button. Founded in 1901 as the nation’s first public community college,JJC’s dedication to student learning, community prosperity, andpersonal growth has influenced generations of students andcommunity partners. Our six campuses and extension centers ensureaccessibility and empower 30,000 students annually to improve theirlives through the power of education.Our commitment to our mission drives the change and innovationnecessary to meet the evolving needs of our students, employees,and community. Our continued success is drawn from talented,diverse, and committed employees whose knowledge and passion foreducation create a thriving culture both in and out of theclassroom.JJC supports an inclusive and collaborative environment whereeveryone can learn, grow, and perform at their best. We invite youto apply your skills and experience in a way that supportsexcellence and rewards your contributions. Join our family and makeJJC your first choice!The college supports this commitment by providing full-timeemployees with a comprehensive benefits package for ourfull-time employees including:Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois (employee &family) POSITION TITLE : DEAN OF ARTS AND SCIENCES AFARTS -DEAN01STATUS : Full-timeDEPARTMENT : Arts and SciencesDIVISION : Academic AffairsCLASSIFICATION : ExemptUNION : Non-unionREPORTS TO: Vice President of Academic AffairsPLACEMENT : Administrative Grade S16MINIMUM PAY RATE : $105,788 annuallyReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals withdisabilities to perform the essential functions.The student population at the college is diverse in ethnicity,gender, language, age and background. Joliet Junior College is anAA/EO employer and strongly encourages applications from candidateswho would enhance the diversity of its staff. Open Until FilledNo For full consideration, unofficial transcripts for the requireddegree (if applicable) must be attached and submitted at the timeof application. Closing Date05/03/2021 MedicalDentalVision Posting Date04/23/2021 The Dean of Arts and Sciences is the chief support andadministrative position for programming in the areas of Math,Natural Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Fine Arts, andEnglish, Philosophy, and World Languages. The Dean maintains andupholds the College’s values of Respect and Inclusion, Integrity,Collaboration, Humor and Well-Being, Innovation, Quality andSustainability. The Dean advances the academic vision andleadership required to achieve high standards of excellence ininstruction and services with measurable outcomes for faculty,staff and students as they relate to academic planning,programming, and assessment. The Dean will incorporate a strategicand collaborative approach in the development of programs, faculty,and resource management, while working within budget parameters.The Dean builds relationships with internal and externalstakeholders through the shared College vision, mission, and valuesand meets the needs of employers and students. This positionrequires flexibility which may include occasional evenings andweekends.ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES1. Recommend, design, develop, and implement policies, procedures,and initiatives related to the advancement and improvement of artsand sciences programs and courses to promote student success, whilefollowing relevant, local, state, and federal guidelines. Overseethe development, review and recommendations/changes in courses andprograms assigned within the division.2. Provide leadership for the academic programs’ strategic planningactivities to align with JJC’s Strategic Goals and StrategicEnrollment Management ( SEM ) Plan, Educational Plan, AnnualProgram Updates ( APU ), and designated College continuous qualityimprovement processes for program improvement.3. Provide leadership and managerial oversight (e.g. recruit,select, develop, schedule, respond to grievances and recommenddisciplinary actions) of faculty and provide direct supervision toclassified, professional exempt, and/or student work/work studystudents. Adhere to the full-time and adjunct faculty contracts,professional support bargaining agreement/rules, and all federal(e.g. ACA ), state (e.g. SURS ) and district rules and regulationsensuring efficient operations and student success. Addressquestions and disputes regarding contracts and facultyworkloads.4. Lead diversity activities and initiatives as they pertain torecruitment and retention of faculty and staff within the AcademicAffairs division.5. Oversee the development, coordination and publication of thecourse schedules including adding and cancelling of classes.Provide oversight of faculty teaching load. Monitor deadlines toensure a holistic schedule of classes to promote studentcompletion.6. Maintain repository of adjunct instructors. Ensure consistentprocess of adjunct recruitment and credentialing.7. Participate in relevant community activities and initiatives;identify potential partnerships and leverage division- andcampus-specific, district-wide, and external resources.8. Engage in professional development activities, includingrepresenting the college at regional and national conferences andmeetings and staying current with trends and research in the areasof the division.9. Facilitate the promotion, marketing and communications (e.g.brochures, web page and other materials) needed for the departmentsof the division.10. Participate in state meetings such as IAI General Education andMajor Panels.11. Support college and career readiness programs as well othertransitional programs.12. Oversee the selection of full time and adjunct faculty, tenurerequirements of full-time faculty, and promoting employeesuccess.13. Maintain an on-going divisional plan which provides foradequate staff, equipment and facilities, including plans forrepair, replacement, modification, and refurbishment of facilitiesand equipment.14. Develop, implement, and monitor annual operating budget of thedivision and approve expenditures of assigned budgets.15. Manage approval of courses and faculty and ensure appropriateassessment and evaluation are occurring for Dual Credit courses inthe Nursing, Health & Public Services area. Maintainrelationships with staff at participating high schools andvocational centers.16. Promote the assessment of student outcomes in order todetermine the effectiveness of student learning and studentdevelopment programs within the area.17. Oversee the selection of full time and adjunct faculty,post-tenure review evaluations of full-time faculty, and promotingemployee success.18. Oversee the collection and dissemination of data needed foraccreditation, grants, reports, proposals, and budgets.19. Serve as representative of divisional concerns and needs,communicating both individual and collective concerns to the VicePresident.20. Collaborate with the Grants Office in seeking external fundsfor program improvement.21. Supervise professional development activities to maintain theskills of faculty and staff necessary to the positions.22. Perform related duties as assigned. Life Insurance & a comprehensive leave plan including: Job Details Federal holidaysVacationPersonalSick Position Summary Special Instructions to Applicants Flexible Spending Account403(b) and 457(b) option for pre-tax retirement savingsJoliet Junior College Tuition Assistance (employee &family)Long Term Disability Advertising Summary