first_imgProlonged standing and/or walking.Handling light weight objects.Using or carrying equipment. Seeking an Assistant Professor with a teaching and active researchcareer. The Assistant Professor will teach undergraduate andgraduate courses in nutrition and dietetics and advise students inthe areas of nutrition and dietetics. The ideal candidate mustpossess a terminal degree (PhD, DCN ) in nutrition or related fieldwith expertise in Community Nutrition, Nutrition Epidemiology orPublic Health Nutrition preferred; and reasonably expect to have adoctorate degree prior to assuming the position; RD credential required; evidence of professionalpreparation in nutrition and dietetics; minimum of three (3) yearsof teaching experience at the college or university level, or theequivalent in terms of specialized experience post RD credentialing; evidence of capability to engage inand publish research and present at professional meetings;demonstrated knowledge and awareness of professional developmentsrelated to areas of expertise. Desired start date Position Details Posting Details Special Instructions to ApplicantsOpen to all applicants. Close Date Minimum of three (3) years of teaching experience, at least threeof which must have been at the college or university level, or theequivalent in terms of specialized experience post RD credentialing. Work Experience Essential Duties Summary Required Licensing/Certification Job Description Summary / TWC Summary * Do you have a minimum of three (3) years of teachingexperience, at least three of which must have been at the collegeor university level, or the equivalent in terms of specializedexperience post RD(N) credentialing?YesNo Hiring Range$42,139.00 – $57,941.00 Education Position End Date (if temporary) • Teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in nutrition anddietetics.• Advises students in the areas of nutrition and dietetics.• Collaborates with nutrition and dietetics faculty as appropriatefor enhancing instructional delivery and contributing todepartmental goals.• Supervises undergraduate nutrition and dietetics students inclinical and community practicums.• Works on department, college and/or university committees asappropriate.• Engages in community service activities as appropriate.• Performs other job-related duties as assigned. Open Until Filled (overrides close field)Yes * Do you have an earned doctorate (PhD, DCN) in nutrition orrelated field with expertise in Community Nutrition, NutritionEpidemiology or Public Health Nutrition preferred; and reasonablyexpect to have a doctorate degree prior to assuming the position?Have an earned doctorate (PhD, DCN) in nutrition or relatedfield with expertise in Community Nutrition, Nutrition Epidemiologyor Public Health Nutrition.Reasonably expect to have a doctorate degree prior to assumingthe position.None of the above. UA EEO Statement Grant TitleN/A Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationOfficial TranscriptsOptional DocumentsTeaching PhilosophyOther DocumentReference Letter 1Reference Letter 2Reference Letter 3 % FTE Working/Environmental Conditions Official TSU TitleASSISTANT PROFESSOR DIETETICS Hours of WorkTBA An earned doctorate (PhD, DCN ) in nutrition or related field withexpertise in Community Nutrition, Nutrition Epidemiology or PublicHealth Nutrition preferred; and reasonably expect to have adoctorate degree prior to assuming the position. It is the policy of Texas Southern University to provide a workenvironment that is free from discrimination for all personsregardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin,individuals with disability, sexual orientation, or protectedveteran status in its programs, activities, admissions oremployment policies. This policy of equal opportunity is strictlyobserved in all University employment-related activities such asadvertising, recruiting, interviewing, testing, employmenttraining, compensation, promotion, termination, and employmentbenefits. This policy expressly prohibits harassment anddiscrimination in employment based on race, color, religion,gender, gender identity, genetic history, national origin,individuals with disability, age, citizenship status, or protectedveteran status. This policy shall be adhered to in accordance withthe provisions of all applicable federal, state and local laws,including, but not limited to, Title VII of the Civil RightsAct.Manual of Administrative Policies andProcedures Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities N/A Security Sensitive Position?Yes Posting Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Knowledge of:• Policies, procedures, and practices.• Microsoft Office Professional or similar applications.Skill in:• Detail oriented.• Effective customer service.• Problem-solving and decision-making.• Multitasking and time management.• Both verbal and written communication.Ability to:• Work with a diverse student population. 1.0 Posting NumberTSU202367last_img read more

first_imgWEST INDIES A 1st Innings 228India A 1st Innings(overnight 70 for one)P Panchal lbw b Warrican 49E Abhimanyu c Cornwall b Warrican 28S Gill c Blackwood b Cornwall 40*H Vihari c Holder b Cummins 31S Kona c Holder b Cornwall 0+W Saha not out 61S Dube b Holder 71G Krishnappa lbw b Cummins 6S Nadeem c wkp Hamilton b Cummins 0Extras (b4, lb5, w1, nb3) 13TOTAL (8 wkts, 99 overs) 299To bat: M Markande, Siraj Mohammed.Fall of wickets: 1-61, 2-104, 3-134, 4-134, 5-168, 6-292, 7-299, 8-299.Bowling: Cummins 20-6-36-3, Lewis 10-2-33-0, Holder 16-1-58-1, Warrican 30-9-69-2, Cornwall 13-3-51-2, Chase 10-0-43-0.Position: India A lead by 71 runs with two wickets intact. NORTH SOUND, Antigua, (CMC) – Test pacer Miguel Cummins struck twice in the day’s final over as West Indies A clawed their way back into the opening four-day “Test” after India A had taken the upper hand on day two of the contest here Thursday.The right-armer removed Gowtham Krishnappa lbw for six to the second ball and then had Shahbaz Nadeem adjudged caught behind down the leg-side off the day’s final delivery, forcing India A to limp to the finish on 299 for eight on a rain-hit day.Cummins’s strikes followed that of fellow Barbadian fast bowler Chemar Holder in the previous over which accounted for top-scorer Shivam Dube for 71, as the visitors lost three wickets for seven runs in the day’s last 10 balls.Dube had combined with Test wicketkeeper Wriddihiman Saha, who made an unbeaten 61, to help fortify the India A innings after they resumed from their overnight 70 for one at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground.Priyank Panchal, resuming on 31, made 49 while Shubman Gill chipped in with 40 and captain Hanuma Vihari, 31.Cummins, who played his last Test a year ago, was the best home side bowler with three for 36 while off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall (2-51) and left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican (2-69) claimed two wickets apiece.Panchal and Gill, who resumed on nine, extended their second wicket stand to 43 before being separated, when the right-handed Panchal missed a paddle sweep at Warrican and was plumb lbw.He faced 115 balls and struck five fours.Gill, who counted three fours and a six in an 87-ball innings, put on 30 for the third wicket with Vihari to lift India A to 134 for two but the tourists surrendered their advantage, losing a wicket on either side of lunch without a run added.In the last over before the break, Gill lost his concentration and heaved at Cornwall, managing only to sky a simple catch to Jermaine Blackwood running around from slip to short point.And off the first ball after lunch, Srikar Kona inexplicably holed out to long off the first ball he faced, to give Cornwall his second wicket of the over.Vihari, who faced 80 balls and notched two fours, anchored a 34-run, fifth wicket stand to steady the innings but his promising knock was cut short when he hooked at Cummins for Holder to take a brilliant low catch long leg.Tottering on 168 for five and still 60 runs adrift of West Indies A’s target, India A were rescued by Dube and Saha who posted 124 for the sixth wicket.Dube was bold in approach, striking seven fours and four sixes off 108 balls in a shade over two hours while Saha has so far faced 146 balls in just over three hours at the crease, and struck six fours.Recalled for a spell with the new ball, Holder bowled Dube with a full length delivery to end the stand before Cummins sliced through the tail.last_img read more

first_imgJunior forward Cassie Harberts’ impressive season was recognized by the Pac-12, earning her a spot on the 2013 All-Pac-12 team for the first time in her career. Harberts, who earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention last season and was a member of the Pac-10 All-Freshman team, led the Women of Troy with 17.9 points (45th in the nation), 8.1 rebounds and 0.9 blocks per game on the season. She accounted for 268 out of USC’s 609 free-throw attempts, making 187 of those attempts, and led the NCAA in free-throw attempts. She also finished with 10 double-doubles on the season to give her 16 for her career and scored in double-digits in every game except for one.Lone bright spot · Junior forward Cassie Harberts (above) was the team’s leader in points, rebounds and blocks per game this season. — Ralf Cheung | Daily TrojanHarberts ranks in the top 10 in scoring, rebounds and blocks in the Pac-12 and has started every game since she was a freshman. She was the Pac-12 player of the week on Jan. 7 and became the 24th Trojan to break the 1,000-point mark on Jan. 13 against Washington State. She has 1,253 points for her career, which ranks 16th all-time at USC. She is fifth all-time in free throws made with 407.Sophomore guard Ariya Crook also earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention, while freshman guard Brianna Barrett earned a spot on the All-Freshman and All-Defensive honorable mention teams. Crook finished the season averaging 13.4 points and three assists per game (10th in the conference) serving mostly in a reserve role and scored in double-digits in 20 games this season. She ranks eighth all-time with 54 3-pointers in a single season. Barrett led the team with 3.2 assists and 1.7 steals per game this season, starting in 19 of USC’s 29 games.last_img read more

first_imgSo far this year, the young midfielder He has scored three goals and has distributed six assists, being indisputable in his team since the beginning of this course and participating in the Europa League. Nevertheless, Arsenal knows that if he waits for the European Championship (starts before the market opens, but ends after it has opened) and they summon you, their price can rise quickly, so they want to hurry to hire you before they debut with your selection and leave them competition.The British newspaper explains that the English would be willing to offer 23 million pounds for the Turkish footballer, that is, 26.5 million euros. The Brazilian sports director, Edu, has looked at him and labeled him a priority, so it is expected to be one of the first additions once the transfer window is opened. The Arsenal It has already begun to move to make the template next year. Dani Ceballos will return to Real Madrid next season, since its assignment did not include purchase option, and the set gunner It should be reinforced with a player who has a similar profile. Köckü is 19 years old, right-handed and Arsenal has been monitoring him for some time. It was formed in the quarry of Groningen and in Feyenoord’s, and although he was playing with Holland until the U19, has come to play two games with the U21 Turkey.center_img That’s why, according to Daily Mail, The English club has set its sights on Orkun Köckü. He still does not have the same experience or the same quality as Spanish, but his role in the field is similar, helping to develop the creativity of the Feyenoord.last_img read more