Kennedy named senior associate provost

first_imgMary Lee Kennedy, executive director of knowledge and library services at Harvard Business School (HBS), has been named senior associate provost for the Harvard Library.Kennedy’s appointment will provide oversight for the complex transition of Harvard’s highly decentralized libraries to a more closely coordinated management structure.“This is truly a very exciting time for the library system at Harvard, and Mary Lee’s commitment and experience will be extremely valuable during the transition process and beyond,” said Provost Steven E. Hyman. “She will have a tremendous impact on the formation of the new Harvard Library.”In her new role, Kennedy will report directly to the provost, with strategy and policy responsibility for the Harvard Library. She will oversee the work of the executive director of the new library system, and will work with other staff as needed to advance ongoing progress in areas such as external relations, finance, human resources, and information technology during the transition.Kennedy, currently the HBS representative on the new Harvard Library Board, will continue to serve on the board in an ex-officio capacity. She also will coordinate closely with the leaders of the library transition team to develop implementation strategies and institute a shared services structure at the direction of the board.“Harvard’s libraries are a treasure, and I am gratified that in my new position I will be able to play an expanded role in positioning them for 21st century excellence,” Kennedy said. “Together with the University’s dedicated library staff, the Library Board, and the Faculty Advisory Council, we will ensure that the libraries remain closely aligned with Harvard’s scholarly mission, even as they innovate to open frontiers for research libraries around the globe.”Prior to joining HBS in 2004, Kennedy was the director of the Knowledge Network Group at the Microsoft Corp., where she oversaw an organization of 100 people focused on internal communications, global research support, and information management.She has a bachelor of arts cum laude in social psychology from the University of Alberta, Canada, and a master’s in library science with honors from Louisiana State University. Her appointment takes effect July 18.last_img read more

Clonoulty-Rossmore go in search of Munster final place

first_imgThere’s also a Tipperary Water county championship title up grabs today.Arravale Rovers and Moyle Rovers meet in the Junior B football decider.The action in Cahir begins at 2 o’clock. The Tipperary champions face Gabriel Rangers of Cork in the provincial semi-final.The match, which takes place in Clonakilty, gets underway at 2.00pm.Tipp FM will have regular updates on the West Tipp side’s progress this afternoonlast_img

Portland Timbers win MLS is Back Tournament after edging Orlando City in final

first_imgThe Portland Timbers won the MLS is Back Tournament on Tuesday after a 2-1 victory over Orlando City in the final.Portland’s Larrys Mabiala opened the scoring with a header in the 27th minute, though Orlando City’s Mauricio Pereyra evened the score just before halftime at the Walt Disney World Resort. Portland’s Dario Zuparic scored what proved to be the winner for the Timbers in the 66th minute. Portland secured not only its first trophy since 2015 with the win, but also a place in next year’s Concacaf Champions League.Portland took the lead in the 27th minute, Mabiala heading in a lovely set-piece from Diego Valeri.What a ball. Great [email protected] open the scoring in the #MLSisBack Tournament Final! 1-0. pic.twitter.com/jN2ZtbVpaP— Major League Soccer (@MLS) August 12, 2020But Orlando drew level six minutes before halftime after some nice work by Nani. The former Manchester United star beat his man down the left before crossing, with Pereyra putting away the equaliser.WE”RE LEVEL!Mauricio Pereyra makes it 1-1 for @OrlandoCitySC. #PORvORL pic.twitter.com/rrvfBQ5dZd— Major League Soccer (@MLS) August 12, 2020However, another Portland set-piece led to the Timbers restoring their lead. Valeri’s corner caused problems before Zuparic turned in Jeremy Ebobisse’s effort for what proved to be the decisive goal. ALL HUSTLE! 💪Dario Zuparic gives @TimbersFC the 2-1 lead in the final. #PORvORL pic.twitter.com/0i4mCP0NHk— Major League Soccer (@MLS) August 12, 2020This is Portland’s second piece of silverware after they also lifted the MLS Cup in 2015.Los Angeles FC striker Diego Rossi finished as top scorer of the tournament, with seven strikes to his name. The Timbers’ Sebastian Blanco contributed a tournament-high five assists.Portland’s win in the final has booked their place in the Concacaf Champions League next year in what will be their third appearance at the competition.last_img read more

Selkirk College Saints Add Leadership to Blueline

first_imgBruce-Fuoco’s strength is strong positional play and a great first pass. In the KIJHL regular season campaign, the defenceman scored eight goals and added 21 assists which was best amongst blueliners on the Thundercats. He finished his junior hockey career as the team’s captain.“We’re very excited for Jackson to have the opportunity to move on and play for a winning program at Selkirk College,” says Creston head coach and former Selkirk College bench boss Jeff Dubois.“As a person, he’s one of the best guys I’ve worked with. His commitment level to his team and teammates are tremendous, and he brings a great attitude to the rink every day. On the ice he’s mobile, skilled, and he can contribute in all three zones. He’s earned this commitment with an incredible amount of hard work and the Thunder Cats wish him all the best in the future.”Prior to playing in the KIJHL, Bruce-Fuoco spent time in the Central Canadian Hockey League, a Junior A league out of eastern Ontario.Last season the Selkirk College Saints captured their fourth straight BCIHL crown when they defeated the Trinity Western University Spartans in the league’s championship series before a packed house at the Castlegar & District Community Complex.Two key members of last year’s blueline brigade have graduated — captain Tanner Lenting and Arie Postmus — but Bruce-Fuoco joins a Saints defence unit bursting with talent.The BCIHL season will get underway in September where the Saints start pursuit of their fifth title. The four-time defending British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) champion Selkirk College Saints are building towards the upcoming season with the signing of Jackson Bruce-Fuoco.An Ontario native, Bruce-Fuoco has committed for the 2016-2017 season and beyond. A skilled two-way defenseman that possess exceptional leadership, Bruce-Fuoco played for the Creston Valley Thunder Cats of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) in the 2015-2016 season.”We are very happy to have Jackson join our program for the 2016-17 season,” says Selkirk College Saints head coach Brent Heaven.“I was able to see Jackson play quite a bit over his last season in Creston and believe he has all the tools necessary to be a contributor at the BCIHL level.”last_img read more

2010 Fifa World Cup: Soccer City 4

first_imgLocation: Johannesburg, Gauteng provinceCapacity: 94 500 seats during 2010 Fifa World Cup; 87 000 seats thereafterMatches: Opening mtach: South Africa vs Mexico (11 June), Netherlands vs Denmark (14 June), Argentina ve South Korea (17 June), Brazil vs Côte d’Ivoire (20 June), Ghana vs Germany (23 June), Round of 16 (27 June), Quarter-final ( 2 July), Final (11 July)Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.  Artist’s impression.Photo: Local Organising Committee• Download high-resolution image Artist’s impression.Photo: Local Organising Committee• Download high-resolution image Artist’s impression.Photo: Local Organising Committee• Download high-resolution image Artist’s impression.Photo: Local Organising Committee• Download high-resolution image Artist’s impression.Photo: Local Organising Committee• Download high-resolution image Artist’s impression.Photo: Local Organising Committee• Download high-resolution image Artist’s impression.Photo: Local Organising Committee• Download high-resolution image Artist’s impression.Photo: Local Organising Committee• Download high-resolution image Artist’s impression.Photo: Local Organising Committee• Download high-resolution image Artist’s impression.Photo: Local Organising Committee• Download high-resolution image {loadposition fifa}last_img read more

AgCredit hosting succession planning events

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Planning for the next farming generation involves many challenges as well as emotional issues. To help, AgCredit, Agricultural Credit Association is hosting four succession planning seminars across northwest and north central Ohio.The featured speaker is Dr. Ron Hanson, a recently retired professor from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Hanson was raised on a family farm in Illinois and has counseled Nebraska farm families for 40 years. He helps farm families resolve issues involving farm business ownership, family succession and the transfer of management control between farming generations.Seminars will be held on the following dates: DateLocationRSVPFebruary 26Colonnade Banquet Facility11001 State Route 250 Milan Ave.Milan, OH 44846419-663-4020 or [email protected] 27Masters Building 10171 State Hwy 53 N. Upper Sandusky, OH 43351419-447-0787 or [email protected] 28All Occasions Catering 6989 Waldo Delaware Rd. Waldo, OH 43356419-947-1040 or [email protected] 1Leipsic Community Center120 E. Main St.Leipsic, OH 45856419-523-6677 or [email protected] Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m. Dr. Hanson’s presentation and discussion on the challenges to farm business ownership succession planning and how to start the process for succession planning will follow. Times are the same for each location. Please RSVP by February 12 to the phone numbers listed above or by emailing [email protected]last_img read more

Where Will Everett Golson Transfer? Here Are 8 Possible Landing Spots For The Former Notre Dame QB

first_imggolsonkelly1Twitter/@NDonNBCWhile Ohio State has received a ton of attention about how it will handle its quarterback situation, there had been rumors all off-season that Notre Dame’s Everett Golson would consider transferring, with Malik Zaire threatening to win the starting job for 2015. Back in January, reports came out that 24 schools were interested in Golson, and today, the move became official. Golson is now the biggest-named free agent on the transfer market. We’re aware that there may be some issues with Golson going to the SEC due to a conference rule that graduate transfers must have stayed academically eligible while undergraduate players. We’ll work under the assumption that any school that is interested would be able to find a way to get him on campus, considering that he was connected to multiple SEC schools when the transfer rumors first emerged.Where will the former Fighting Irish star, who led the team to a national championship berth in 2012-13, wind up? Here are eight big-time programs that could definitely use a player like Golson this season.Get Started: Florida >>>Pages: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9last_img read more

Photo: Oklahoma State Coach Mike Gundy Plays Pokemon GO At Team’s Stadium

first_imgPokemon Go at Oklahoma State's stadium.Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy likes to try and keep up with the latest trends. Last time it was hoverboarding; today, it was Pokemon GO.The craze, which is based on the old card game Pokemon, has taken the country by storm. Pokemon GO is played on a downloadable cellphone app, and CNN has a breakdown of what it is all about. Anyway, the app, which is free to download and play, uses GPS to make a cartoony map of your neighborhood and basically anywhere you go. In this colorful, slightly Big-Brother-y version of reality, Pokémon are interspersed throughout, and when you come within range of a Pokémon you can “approach” them and they will show up on your phone.Today, Gundy posted a picture of him catching a Pokemon named Pidgey inside T. Boone Pickens Stadium.Gotta catch ’em all! #POKEmon pic.twitter.com/j0Kd5CyD7J— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) July 11, 2016Ok, who had Mike Gundy as the first coach to publicly acknowledge that he plays Pokemon Go? Our bet would have been Jim Harbaugh, because, well why not? [ Pistols Firing ]last_img read more

Get A Private Drum Lesson With OneRepublic

first_imgGRAMMY Charity Online Auctions will offer an exclusive VIP experience with GRAMMY-nominated pop/rock band OneRepublic, including a 30-minute private drum lesson with OneRepublic drummer Eddie Fisher.The package also includes two premier tickets to OneRepublic’s Los Angeles concert on Sept. 11 and an autographed copy of the band’s latest album, Native.The experience is available for bidding now through Sept. 5 at www.charitybuzz.com. All proceeds will benefit the Grammy Foundation.last_img