Charles [email protected] Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS:800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for furtherinformation. ) The selected individual will support UW Veterinary Care throughperformance of anatomic pathology service (necropsy and surgicalbiopsy). He or she will assist in the training of anatomicpathology residents and contribute to the professional veterinarystudent instructional program. Position Summary: Working Title: Degree and area of specialization: Instructions to Applicants: 100% Official Title: N/A Assistant Professor of Anatomic Pathology Job no: 96354-FAWork type: Faculty-Full TimeDepartment: VET M/PATHOBIOLOGICAL SCIENCESLocation: MadisonCategories: Animal Care, Veterinary Medicine, Instructional,Research, Scientific FTE: Employment Class: Faculty Advertised Salary: Term: License or Certificate: Contact: 96354-FA ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR(C30NN) or ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(C40NN) Licensed or eligible for DVM licensure in Wisconsin. DVM or DMV/PhD (or equivalent). ACVP or ECVP Board Certification oreligibility. A minimun of two years of post-residency experience in diagnosticanatomic pathology preferred but not required. Minimum number of years and type of relevant workexperience: Anticipated Begin Date: Additional Link:Full Position Details Position Vacancy ID: Additional Information: This vacancy is being announced simultaneously with companionPVL96355; please note that only one vacancy exists. Having twoposition vacancy listings allows the School of Veterinary Medicineto consider candidates with both tenure-track faculty credentialsand non-tenure-track faculty credentials for this position. Hiring Department(s): Applications Open: Oct 22 2018 Central Daylight TimeApplications Close: Minimum $95,000 ANNUAL (12 months)Depending on Qualifications A873100-SCHOOL OF VET MEDICINE/PATHOBIOLOGICAL SCIENCES JULY 01, 2019 The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity andAffirmative Action Employer.The Annual Security and FireSafety Report contains current campus safety and disciplinarypolicies, crime statistics for the previous 3 calendar years, andon-campus student housing fire safety policies and fire statisticsfor the previous 3 calendar years. UW-Madison will provide a papercopy upon request; please contact the University of Wisconsin PoliceDepartment . To apply for this position, please click “Apply Online” to beginthe process. You will be required to upload a letter of intent anda current CV.Applicants must have three letters of referencesubmitted on their behalf directly to the UW-Madison, Department ofPathobiological Sciences at [email protected] questions regarding the position, please contact ChuckCzuprynski at [email protected] For quesitons regardingthe application process, please contact Nancy Parkinson [email protected]
“The Board of REALTORS® is excited that we can partner with residents, visitors and REALTORS of Ocean City through local fundraising events to help support our community organizations” says Gloria Votta, Co-Chair of the OCBOR Community Services Committee.Ocean City Board of REALTORS, 2015 plant sale 2015 Annual Plant Sale, left to right: Joseph Orazi, Gloria Votta, Anne Gallagher and Dave Carter Waves of Caring collects donations year wide to support the “grandparent” toy drive, the scholarship fund and emergency family assistance. Waves of Caring also provides funds to the Department of Recreation to support children’s camps and athletic programs. For assistance please call 609-525-9323 and ask for the Public Assistance Office. The Ocean City Board of REALTORS® announces its Annual Plant and Flower Sale will take place on Saturday, June 18, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the OCNJ Care and Waves of Caring organizations of Ocean City, New Jersey. The Plant Sale, located at 405 22nd Street, features: annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, vegetables and flats; all available for sale at special discounted prices. OCNJ C.A.R.E. is a citywide project – Cleanup And Recovery Effort. Its Mission: To assist the Ocean City Community with food, clothing and shelter needs. If you or anyone you know is in need of storm related assistance, please call the confidential C.A.R.E. Hotline: 1-800-232-2465 Pre-sales will be available at the Ocean City Board of REALTORS office, starting on Wednesday, June 15 at 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Bakery product supplier, CSM, has reported a 23% fall in pre-tax profit to E27m (£22.1m) in the third quarter as the recession starts to bite. Although sales increased by 2% to E639.5m (£523.1m), CSM said it had seen evidence of “downscaling and downtrading” by customers.Chief executive Gerard Hoetmer said the firm’s bakery supplies businesses, particularly in the UK and Germany, are facing difficult market conditions and consumer confidence has fallen sharply.John Lindsay, business unit director of CSM-owned Bake-Mark UK, told British Baker: “BakeMark UK has a leading market position within the artisan, in-store bakery and indus- trial sectors. We also have a significant position within the out-of-home/foodservice market. As such, we are subject to rapidly changing consumer behaviour, which is affecting purchasing patterns within these channels.”We are working closely with our key customers in order to further stimulate volume through accelerating our levels of innovation, including initiatives that meet the needs of the evolving market conditions and supporting focused promotio- nal activity.”
Supermarket campaigns to encourage cash-strapped shoppers to abandon brands in favour of own-label products are failing in the packaged bakery category. Branded products are outstripping retailer ranges.Value sales of branded pro-ducts in packaged bakery, which includes plant bread, morning goods and ambient cakes, but excludes in-store bakery, grew 8.3% in the 12 weeks to 22 March, according to TNS, compared to a 1.9% fall in private-label sales. Branded bread grew in value by 8.7%, compared to just 2.7% in own-label.This performance by branded bakery products bucks a wider trend that has seen shoppers ditching brands for cheaper own-label products. Sainsbury’s recently announced that its Switch and Save campaign had helped grow year-on-year sales of its Basics products by 60% in the last quarter, while Tesco also promotes own-label alternatives to branded products online.Sainsbury’s bakery development manager Matt Pizzey told BB: “The market has traditionally been dominated by Warburtons, Allied and Hovis – brands people trust. Bread is a comfort food, so people naturally look for products they have confidence in.”Edward Milner, head of category management for Hovis, said that plant bread sales had also been helped by more people making sandwiches at home. “Shoppers are buying branded because they want the best quality they can have from a homemade sandwich,” he said.Sara Reid, marketing manager at Rank Hovis, added: “People are going back to trusted brands because they know what they’re getting. It’s not just about price, it’s about value for money.”
Speaking ahead of his meeting with US Vice President Mike Pence and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said: Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebook We are extremely concerned about the situation in Venezuela, but it is clear that Nicolás Maduro is not the legitimate leader of Venezuela. The election on 20th May was deeply flawed; ballot boxes were stuffed, there were counting irregularities and the opposition was banned. This regime has done untold damage to the people of Venezuela, 10% of the population have left Venezuela such is the misery they are suffering. So the United Kingdom believes Juan Guaido is the right person to take Venezuela forward. We are supporting the US, Canada, Brazil and Argentina to make that happen. I will be meeting Vice President Pence and Secretary of State Pompeo later this afternoon to discuss this further. But for anyone in the UK who thinks that Venezuela is an example, who thinks that we should be adopting the policies supported by the discredited Maduro regime, they need to look at their TV screens and think again. This regime has caused untold suffering to its people. Email [email protected] Media enquiries For journalists Follow the Foreign Secretary on Twitter @Jeremy_Hunt and Facebook Venezuela: Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt statementFurther information Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn
Every year across the country, thousands of anglers are prosecuted for not having a fishing licence. As well as cheating other anglers, fishing illegally can carry a hefty penalty. Getting caught without a licence could land a fine of up to £2,500.Anglers who wish to buy their licence online should buy it directly from GOV.UK as they will receive a reference number allowing them to go fishing on the same day. Customers who use third party sites may be charged more and might not get added to the official database as quickly.Any angler aged 13 or over, fishing on a river, canal or still water needs a licence. A 1-day licence costs from just £6 and an annual licence costs from just £30 (concessions available). Junior licences are free for 13-16 year olds. Licences are available from www.gov.uk/get-a-fishing-licence or by calling the Environment Agency on 0344 800 5386 between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday. Alternatively you can purchase a licence from your local Post Office branch.The Environment Agency carries out enforcement work all year round and is supported by partners including the police and the Angling Trust. Fisheries enforcement work is intelligence-led, targeting known hot-spots and where illegal fishing is reported.Anyone with information about illegal fishing activities can contact the Environment Agency Incident Hotline 24/7 on 0800 80 70 60 or anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. A 29-year old Nottingham man has been fined almost £600 for fishing without a licence on the River Trent at Colwick, near Nottingham, and found with a bag full of Perch which he had removed from the water.The case was brought to Northampton Magistrates Court by the Environment Agency on 3 June 2019 where Constantnsocv Florin of Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham was proved guilty in absence and was ordered to pay a total penalty of £597.47. An annual fishing licence would have cost him just £30.The penalty includes a fine of £220 for fishing without a licence contrary to the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Act (1975), a fine of £220 for removing fish contrary to the Environment Agency National Byelaws (2010), costs of £127.47 and a victim surcharge of £30.Following the verdict, Lee Watts, Fisheries Enforcement Officer for the Environment Agency, said: This case shows how seriously the courts take these offences and we hope the high penalty will act as a deterrent to any angler who is thinking of fishing without a licence. It also shows we are catching and prosecuting people for removing fish from waters, which is an offence under our national byelaws. We work 24/7 and carry out our enforcement duties throughout the evening and night. We have the same powers and liabilities as a police constable to uphold the legislation and can arrest and detain offenders, enter land, stop and search, seize boats, vessels, vehicles and equipment, and ask people to show them their fishing licences. Money raised from fishing licence sales is used to protect and improve fish stocks and fisheries, benefitting anglers and, for those caught cheating the system, we will always prosecute.
Source: Getty ImagesGlobal ingredients provider Ingredion has expanded its market reach with the acquisition of KaTech, a texture and stabilisation specialist.Founded in 2010, KaTech has approximately 95 employees working across locations in the UK, Germany and Poland. With bakery among its key areas of focus, the company provides bespoke solutions for texture enhancement, protein protection and enrichment, mouthfeel improvement and emulsification.“KaTech has deep food formulation expertise which complements our leading texture business in Europe,” said Jim Zallie, Ingredion’s president and chief executive officer.“The addition of KaTech enhances our ability to formulate customised, complete food solutions leveraging Ingredion’s expanded ingredient portfolio. It also expands the geographic footprint of our Food Systems growth platform complementing our positions in the US and Asia.”Ingredion, headquartered in the Chicago, provides ingredient solutions to customers in more than 120 countries. The company has approximately 12,000 employees worldwide and recorded annual net sales of $6bn (£4.3bn) for 2020.“We are committed to working together to continue to meet KaTech’s customers’ needs and building upon their world-class reputation in specialties for technical depth, applications know-how, and innovative texturising solutions that create value for foods and beverages,” said Pierre Perez y Landazuri, Ingredion’s senior vice president, texture, protein and performance specialties.Mike O’Riordan, Ingredion’s EMEA president, said Ingredion’s geographic reach would enable KaTech to ‘thrive and continue growing’.“Our customers will benefit from a comprehensive suite of nature-based ingredients with access to tailored solutions and unrivalled speed to market,” added O’Riordan.The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Not everyone likes Christmas music, but everyone should like Vulfpeck. So to pump up the holiday cheer, this year, we’re bringing the Vulf-version of “Santa Baby” to the dinner table for a healthy helping of funk. The quartet shared this song on Christmas Day in 2015 through Majestic Casual, but it will stay in rotation for years to come.A truly Vulfian take on the holiday classic, the band described the tune as: “woody goss playing rhodes by ur fireplace making casual conversation with ur mishpacha.” Woody Goss, being the secret weapon that he is, is the mastermind behind this little jingle and for that we thank him for the revelation that not all Christmas music is bad. In fact, we’d listen to this tune all day, any day.Enjoy:If you haven’t already, check out this interview with Woody about all things birdwatching, burritos, and space.
Chicago Open Air has announced their 2019 lineup, following a one-year hiatus in 2018. The hard rock festival will return as a two-day event in 2019, taking place on May 18th and 19th at SeatGeek Stadium (formerly Toyota Park) in Bridgeview, Illinois.On May 18th, System of a Down will headline the bill, in addition to Ghost, Meshuggah, Beartooth, Code Orange, Knocked Loose, and Vein.On May 19th, Tool will headline the bill, in addition to The Prodigy, Gojira, In This Moment, Fever 333, The Black Dahlia Murder, and Alien Weaponry.Tickets go on sale this Friday, December 14th, at 12 p.m. (CST) here, with two-day and single day ticket packages available.For more information on ticket packages and the event, head to Chicago Open Air’s website.
Read Full Story Shemar Popplewell said it’s been a “pretty big struggle” to keep up his grades in math and other subjects at Roxbury Prep Charter School in Boston where he is an eighth-grader. Sometimes it’s hard to focus on schoolwork, he said, because he runs a landscaping business with his cousin on the weekends to earn money. But with the help of Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) students volunteering as tutors at his school, his grades have improved.Popplewell is one of 30 middle school students at the Mission Hill school who receive weekly tutoring in math and science from HSPH students. The program was started by Iny Jhun, an enthusiastic student ambassador for HSPH’s Office of Diversity, which provides programming support for the initiative as part of its educational outreach efforts to underrepresented youth. Every Monday and Wednesday afternoon the HSPH students walk to the Roxbury school to meet with their students. Since last November, 30 HSPH students have provided a total of over 250 hours of tutoring.“It’s so great to see my peers invested in tutoring so passionately,” said Jhun, a third-year ScD student in environmental health who hails from Lincoln, Mass. “It’s incredible to see the level of dedication of the tutors and the impact on the students.”