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by Tony Veltri

Fending off Ministry charge cost Town over $108k, ice cream battle, $27k
Posted June 29 – New Tecumseth was billed more than $108,000 for its successful defense against a Ministry of Labour charge for “paperwork not being onsite” connected to the June 20, 2014 death of its public works employee, Geoff Gaston. Baxter Foundation donation to fund at-home palliative care
Posted June 29 – Baxter International Foundation is donating $80,000 (U.S.) to Matthews House Hospice to launch the “Sanctuary at Home” program that provides trained nurses and PSWs with palliative care education and experience to deliver care to patients and families at home. Changes that add time, costs to County waste management plans no deterrent
Posted June 28 – Springwater Township mayor Bill French’s notice of motion calling for a delay in Simcoe County’s process to develop an organics sorting facility and transfer station on Horseshoe Valley Road until the impact of planning policy changes announced last month by the province, are factored into the proposal, was ruled out of order, and never made it to a vote. Base funding increase tops $450k for Stevenson Memorial
Posted June 28 – Stevenson Memorial Hospital’s annualized base funding was increased by $450,000 according to the Central LHIN’s allocation report from June. Council supports bid to stop amendment to Conservation Authority Act
Posted June 28 – New Tecumseth councillors joined in supporting a motion circulating across the province from the municipality of Brockton that seeks to kill a proposed amendment requiring Conservation Authority Boards to have a composition of 50 per cent members with science backgrounds.


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Department of Physiology and Functional Genomics

About the Department

The Department of Physiology and Functional Genomics at the University of Florida is a balanced department with faculty expertise in both cellular and molecular techniques, plus organ physiology techniques. Each faculty member has an active laboratory, and new students who have not chosen an advisor have the opportunity to rotate through different laboratories during their first year to become familiar with the thought and technology of the various labs in the department.

Physiology is the study of the mechanisms of the normal functioning of the cells and organs of the body. Although traditionally Physiology was parceled into the study of various organs, research today ranges from cellular and molecular physiology to whole-animal and human physiology.

In addition to on-campus graduate studies in Physiology and Functional Genomics, we also offer distance-learning courses toward a certificate in Medical Physiology with a specialization in Cardiovascular/Renal Physiology and Pathophysiology. For more information, please see: UF Medical Physiology Course Online .

Physiology Calendar

Lance Riley, a graduate student in the lab of Dr. Karyn Esser, has been awarded an F31 fellowship by the National Institutes of Health. Lance s research area involves circadian rhythms, [ ]

Dr. Charles E. Wood, Ph.D. Professor and Chair of the Department of Physiology and Functional Genomics, has been named one of the College of Medicine’s 2016-17 University Term Professors. The [ ]

Congratulations to Dr. Colin Sumners who was named a 2017 recipient of the College of Medicine’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Dr. Sumners has held a faculty position in the College of [ ]


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My husband and I recently inherited a unique chair from his Grandmother, and it was by no means the most aesthetically beautiful or comfortable piece. His Mother s family immigrated to the USA from Poland in the 1960 s. This armchair was part of a German-made three-piece set that was their family s first major furniture purchase for their home in America. My Dad recommended Giovanne Lanera to reupholster the chair. As soon as we met, I trusted that he was going to do an excellent job bringing this chair back to life. He is very knowledgable in the topic of Mid-century furniture design/construction, and made informed recommendations on fabrics based on their durability, but that would present the chair genuinely to it s era. After selecting a fabric, Giovanne got to work and the finished product far surpassed my expectations. The craftsmanship is amazing! He completely recreated the worn chair into something that is equal parts modern/trendy conversation piece, yet still maintains it s old-world authenticity and craftsmanship. It instantly became my favorite piece of furniture in our home, and we receive frequent compliments about it from our friends and family. It means so much to us to have been able to revive such a beautiful piece of furniture that holds so many childhood memories; complete with the dent in the armrest caused my husband and his cousin s best five-year old rendition of Hulk Hogan vs. The Ultimate Warrior (which may have ended in a stitch or two). We are looking forward to enjoying the armchair for many years to come.

Addison Interiors

My husband and I recently inherited a unique chair from his Grandmother, and it was by no means the most aesthetically beautiful or comfortable piece. His Mother s family immigrated to the USA from Poland in the 1960 s. This armchair was part of a German-made three-piece set that was their family s first major furniture purchase for their home in America.

My Dad recommended Giovanne Lanera to reupholster the chair. As soon as we met, I trusted that he was going to do an excellent job bringing this chair back to life. He is very knowledgable in the topic of Mid-century furniture design/construction, and made informed recommendations on fabrics based on their durability, but that would present the chair genuinely to it s era.

After selecting a fabric, Giovanne got to work and the finished product far surpassed my expectations. The craftsmanship is amazing! He completely recreated the worn chair into something that is equal parts modern/trendy conversation piece, yet still maintains it s old-world authenticity and craftsmanship. It instantly became my favorite piece of furniture in our home, and we receive frequent compliments about it from our friends and family.

It means so much to us to have been able to revive such a beautiful piece of furniture that holds so many childhood memories; complete with the dent in the armrest caused my husband and his cousin s best five-year old rendition of Hulk Hogan vs. The Ultimate Warrior (which may have ended in a stitch or two). We are looking forward to enjoying the armchair for many years to come.

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Meredith College founded 1891

One of the largest private women s colleges in the U.S., Meredith emphasizes hands-on learning, international study, leadership development and also offers coeducational graduate programs.

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NC State University founded 1887

North Carolina s largest four-year university provides a wealth of educational choices and consistently ranks as a top value for students.

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A four-year liberal arts university that became coed in 2012 after years of being a women s college. A place where students enjoy close collaborations with faculty in a supportive environment.

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Saint Augustine s University founded 1867

A historically black coeducational university affiliated with the Episcopal Church and has recently become more diverse in its undergraduate, adult education and teacher certification programs.

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Shaw University founded 1865

A historically black coed university in downtown Raleigh with undergraduate liberal arts, a divinity school affiliated with the Baptist church and adult and professional education centers.

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Wake Tech Community College chartered 1958

North Carolina s largest community college, serving all of Wake County and more than 66,000 students a year with five campuses, two training centers, community sites and online learning.


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If you have any questions about documents required or if you’re eligible, call us TOLL-FREE at 855-604-HOME (4663). Not all the information is required to start the eligibility process, but the more you can provide, the easier and faster the process is. Para mayor información sobre como aplicar al programa llame al numero855-604-4663(llamada gratuita), tenemos personal bilingüe especializado que responderá sus preguntas.

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LARAMIE, WYO. – Laramie County Community College’s campus in Albany County is looking to the community to help improve the services and opportunities available for the area.

CHEYENNE, WYO. — Laramie County Community College is proudly watching its rodeo coach, Beau Clark, who holds first place in the average at Cheyenne Frontier Days steer wrestling slack after two 10.4 second runs.

CHEYENNE, WYO. – Laramie County Community College will hold community forums to gain public input regarding the planned renovation of the LCCC Recreation & Athletic Complex (RAC) and how this building could meet community needs and opportunities.

Events

The board of trustees at Laramie County Community College will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. Aug. 16, in the Petersen Board Room in the Administration Building.

Aug. 28 is the first day of class for fall semester A Block (A16, A8 week) classes.

Ed and Caren Murray Art Series presents “Picturing Paradise Cuadros from the Peruvian Women of Pamplona Alta as Visions of Hope” by Artist Rebecca Davis, Aug. 31 – Sept. 21, in the Esther & John Clay Fine Arts Gallery at Laramie County Community College.

Explore LCCC In Pictures

Nursing students study in library Nursing students study for a test in the library. Michael Smith/LCCC

Fall colors The sun peeks through aspen trees that are turning the colors of fall near Medicine Bow Peak. Michael Smith/LCCC

Homecoming bonfire Students gather round a bonfire during Homecoming week on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC

Haley Hasler speaks Artist Haley Hasler speaks with visitors about her painted self portraits during a reception at the Esther and John Clay Art Gallery earlier this month. Michael Smith/LCCC

The color of fall The sun illuminates a leaf on an aspen tree that is turning the colors of fall near Medicine Bow Peak. Michael Smith/LCCC

Homecoming Parade Students and faculty gather walk in a parade during Homecoming week on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC

Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo A member of the Laramie County Community College rodeo team circles the arena with an American flag before the finals of the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo on campus. Michael Smith/LCCC

Fall season A view of the south entrance of Laramie County Community College looking through leaves changing colors for the fall season. Michael Smith/LCCC

On the wire A dragonfly lands on some barbwire on campus earlier this month. Michael Smith/LCCC

LCCC spire sunrise A view of the new LCCC spire during a beautiful morning sunrise. Ty Stockton/LCCC

Clay Pathfinder Building The new Clay Pathfinder building is finished and ready for use by LCCC Student Services in January 2017. Michael Smith/LCCC

Night stars Stars in the night sky above Hog Park Reservoir in south central Wyoming in Aug. Michael Smith/LCCC

LCCC’s mascot Meet Talon, LCCC’s mascot. Michael Smith/LCCC

LCCC Women’s Soccer LCCC Women’s Soccer finished the 2016 season with a 19-2-3 overall record. Michael Smith/LCCC

Flex Tech Building The new Flex Tech building opened in August 2016 and offers great new facilities for diesel tech, welding and more. Michael Smith/LCCC

LCCC Women’s Basketball is back Laramie County Community College basketball player Aubrey Goodrich has her shot blocked by Trinidad State’s Gabby Enloe during first half action in LCCC’s Gymnasium. Michael Smith/LCCC

Flex Tech Artwork Artwork being installed in the second floor of the new Flex Tech building. Michael Smith/LCCC

Golden Eagles LCCC’s logo lit up on the new Clay Pathfinder building. Michael Smith/LCCC

Health Sciences Sculpture A sculpture near the Health Sciences building titled ‘Legacy’ at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC

Student Life LCCC student ambassadors. Photo by Ty Stockton

Student Life A student plays the flute during a recent performance. Photo by Vycktoryja Selves

Student Life Actors perform in “The Case of the Missing Hanky (Panky)” during a recent event at LCCC. Photo by Vycktoryja Selves

Diesel Tech Students Students working with instructor Michael Van Why in the diesel tech area of Flex Tech building at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC

Welding Student A student working in the welding area of Flex Tech building at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC

LCCC Dining The dining hall at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC

Students on campus Students walk across LCCC campus in the fall. Michael Smith/LCCC

Learning Students work in the birth simulation lab. Photo by Vycktoryja Selves

Learning LCCC’s equine studies program provides students with hands on experience in training and horse health care. Photo by Ty Stockton

Learning Students graduating at the Spring 2015 Commencement. Photo by Ty Stockton

Learning C.J. Box, award winning author and noted outdoorsman, speaks during the Spring 2015 Commencement. Photo by Ty Stockton

Ludden Library Students in Ludden Library on campus at Laramie County Community College. Michael Smith/LCCC


Sinclair College Application for Admission #sinclair #college, #sinclair #community #college, #sinclair #application, #sinclair #apply #online,


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Online Application

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Start here for students who are applying to Sinclair for the first time (first-time college students, transfer or visiting students). Continue here if you are applying for regular admission. College Credit Plus (CCP) and International students should not use this application.

Returning Previously Accepted Students

Follow this option if you have previously been accepted and/or attended Sinclair, but have not registered for classes within the last two years.

Current Students: Accepted to Sinclair and/or registered for classes within the last two years? Register now or call 937-512-3000 for next steps.

College Credit Plus

Use this option if you are in grades 7-12 and are interested in earning high school and college credit before graduating high school, or if you have already applied for CCP and need to sign in to add additional information.

International Students

Students interested in studying in the U.S. on an F1 Visa or transferring to Sinclair on an F1 Visa, wanting to rapidly improve their English skills with English Now! Intensive ESL or visting international students, can use this option to begin their application. Find additional information by contacting the International Education office.

Admission is open to all applicants; however international students on an F1 Visa must submit additional documents to be considered for admission. Some programs have additional requirements that must be completed prior to actually beginning the program. These include the Health Sciences. Paralegal. Police Academy. Early Childhood Education. GM ASEP. Mopar CAP. and Honda PACT programs, as well as the College Credit Plus program and A.I.S. and A.T.S. degrees.

Please note that it will take 2 to 3 business days to process your online application. If you wish to apply and register immediately, please visit one of Sinclair’s locations .


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At Conn, your studies are built around a problem you want to solve. Since few problems fit into a tidy box, you’ll learn how to de-compartmentalize your knowledge and experiences, and make richer, more meaningful connections in all that you’re learning and doing. It’s challenging, unpredictable, eye-opening and exhilarating.

You’ll work alongside students and faculty who have the same broad interests as you, but who have embraced different maybe even radically different perspectives. You’ll navigate and negotiate difference. You’ll become at ease with the unscripted. And you’ll develop the capacity to see beyond surface distractions and get to the “why” of a problem.

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