LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS NEWPORT, UNITED KINGDOM – JUNE 10: Nigel Redman coach of England looks on ahead of the IRB Junior World Cup match between England and Canada at Rodney Parade on June 10, 2008 in Newport, Wales. (Photo by Hamish Blair/Getty Images) TAGS: Worcester Warriors Former England lock named new forwards coachWORCESTER WARRIORS is delighted to announce that former England lock Nigel Redman has today been appointed as the new Forwards Coach at Sixways and will return to the club for a second spell.Redman rejoins the Warriors, where he previously worked as Academy Manager, after leaving his position as Elite Coach Development Manager at the RFU that he has held since 2008.The former Bath lock left Sixways to become a National Academy Coach in 2004 and coached the national Under-21 and Under-19 teams before leading England Under-20 to a Six Nations Grand Slam and a Junior World Championship final in 2008.Since then he has worked with Head of Elite Coach Development Kevin Bowring to support the development of coaches in England teams, the National Academy, Premiership and Championship clubs, and academies. Redman, an RFU Level 5 Coach and a graduate of the UK Sport Elite Coach Programme, links up with former Bath and England teammate Richard Hill. Redman also won 20 caps for England, making his debut when he was 19-years-old against Australia, and featured in two Rugby World Cups. He also represented the British & Irish Lions and captained them in South Africa in 1997 and has led the Barbarians.
The new issue of Rugby World magazine is brimming with World Cup superstars, plus it comes with a free mini mag! Meet the stars of the Rugby World Cup in the latest issueThe brand new issue of Rugby World magazine introduces you to some of the brightest stars lighting up Japan 2019. These are the big names hunting glory at this year’s Rugby World Cup and the unsung players who make the whole event that much better to watch.And not only do we have a star-packed magazine but we have a FREE mini mag – ‘Born to Dare’ – which tells some the uplifting stories of a few select players at this showcase. It goes pool to pool, discussing these inspiring athletes, as well as showing some historic photographs. It also gives you a little World Cup quiz too.Want to know what else is in the mag? Here are just 15 big reasons you should pick up a copy.1. Meet the England squadRugby World spoke to more than a dozen players in England’s squad to find out about their World Cup memories, jokes in camp and who’s fittest.2. Analysis of All Blacks locksBrodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock are the most experienced locking combination in New Zealand history and, according to All Blacks coach Steve Hansen, also the best.3. Australia’s Michael HooperAustralia’s all-action captain Michael Hooper talks setting standards, saving photos and surfing mishaps…4. Wales in picturesIn this exclusive photo album, members of Warren Gatland’s Wales squad talk through unforgettable moments in their career.5. Japan’s Kenki Fukuoka The electric Japan wing explains his plan to segue from playing rugby to becoming a doctor.Throwing in: Rory Best in Ireland training (Getty Images)6. A fond goodbye to Rory BestThe Ireland captain is gearing up for a fond farewell at the World Cup.7. Behind the scenes with GeorgiaThe Lelos are one of the coming forces in the global game, so Rugby World headed to Tbilisi to get an insight into life in the Georgia camp. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Highlight DOWNLOAD RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE’S DIGITAL EDITION8. Scotland’s Ryan WilsonA World Cup presents challenges on both sides of the whitewash. Ryan Wilson, the Scotland back-row, discusses the importance of family.9. The journey of James FaivaSpanish professional rugby provided a crucial stepping stone to Tonga honours for this fly-half.10. Russian StandardsThe Bears are competing in only their second World Cup, but what is support for the game like in the largest country on the planet? And how can Russia’s rugby improve?11. France’s Guilhem GuiradoThe selfless hooker has become vital to the harmony of the France national team.Clap him in: Dolan in a tunnel of players (Getty Images)12. Downtime with USA’s Cam DolanThe USA No 8 talks about New Orleans, spearfishing and pre-match songs.13. A column from referee Wayne BarnesThe English referee who is officiating at his fourth World Cup talks about what it is like for officials at the major showcase.14. Samoa’s Jack LamThe Samoa back-row talks contracts, culture and coconut milk.15. Stephen Jones’s guide to the quarter-finalsWith the Japan 2019 knockouts fast approaching, Stephen Jones explains why the last-eight stage of a World Cup tends to deliver defining games – and picks his best and worst throughout history If that wasn’t enough, there’s all these guys too…Jacob Stockdale’s chip and chase tipsUruguay’s Diego MagnoItaly’s Tommaso AllanAnalysis of NZ’s World Cup-winning try in 2011South Africa’s Frans SteynThe Secret Ref discusses ‘bias’A rant about the cost of watching the World CupOwen Slot and Brendan Venter debate tackle height trialsRising stars Heather Cowell and Stewart MooreThe Secret Player on watching matches with puntersFollow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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Rector Bath, NC Rector Albany, NY Cathedral Dean Boise, ID An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Comments (3) The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Rector Shreveport, LA Submit an Event Listing Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Youth Minister Lorton, VA Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Submit a Job Listing TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Press Release Service Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Featured Events Rector Smithfield, NC Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ April 7, 2016 at 9:55 pm Sounds like yet another case of fear of being chastised by the African churches Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Welsh bishops: Debate remains open on same-sex marriage Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA April 9, 2016 at 1:51 pm You can try to fool some of the people, but the young people of today know B.S. when they see it! Same sex marriage is what is necessary to be inclusive and provide equality in the church. Simple as that. Anything else the Bishops say or do is a fine art of dancing around the true issue. Not rocket science, no excuses for not allowing the LGBT community the same access to the services of the church. Will happen eventually, no matter how long they postpone it. Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Rector Hopkinsville, KY Rector Belleville, IL Featured Jobs & Calls In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Same-Sex Marriage Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Frank Riggio-Preston says: April 9, 2016 at 12:57 pm ….fear, homophobic? they can live together, hug breast to breast stomach to stomach and thigh to thigh…just not supposed to crawl into bed…then again the Left probably wants to delete the Scriptures…Wordphobics? Tags Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Photo: Church in Wales[Anglican Communion News Service] The Bishops of the Church in Wales have responded to a year of debates and consultations on same-sex marriage within the Province by concluding that the Church “is not yet ready to allow or bless same-sex marriage”; but they said that “the debate is not over” and stressed that the Church must be a place where gay and lesbian people can be “honest and open, respected and affirmed.”The Bench of Bishops made their statement in a joint pastoral letter issued at the start of the Province’s Governing Body meeting, taking place this week in Llandudno, North Wales.In their letter, the bishops commit to working for a Church in which gay and lesbian people are “fully affirmed as equal disciples” and to praying with and for them; and they apologise to gay and lesbian people for the persecution and mistreatment they have endured at the hands of the Church.They commit themselves to providing a safe place within the Church for all gay and lesbian people.“We are not ready, as a Church, to take the step of authorising same-sex marriage,” the Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, said. “There is no point in bringing forward a Bill for it to fail.“That I know will be a disappointment to those who voted for change and will be a deep disappointment to same sex couples within the Church in Wales who long for the opportunity to make their vows in one of our churches.”While rejecting the idea of a Bill to bring to allow same-sex marriages to be conducted in Church in Wales buildings; or for a formal authorised liturgical service of blessing for civil same-sex marriages; the bishops have released a series of prayers which may be said with a couple following the celebration of a civil partnership or civil marriage.“We, as bishops, feel that this is the right thing to do at this time,” Dr Morgan said. “I realise that some people will regard these prayers as too little too late and others will regard them as a step too far.“No one is compelled to use them, but they are provided for those who would like to do so. These prayers do not constitute a service of blessing.”The full text of the letter from the Church in Wales’ Bench of Bishops:One of the most contentious issues for Christians in our day has been the question of how the Church responds to those attracted to the same gender who seek the blessing of the Church upon the committed partnerships they form.Over the last eighteen months, we have conducted a wide consultation in Governing Body and with the dioceses to explore whether the faithful of the Church in Wales felt it would be appropriate to acknowledge same sex unions in Church, by offering a Blessing, or even permitting the marriage of same sex couples in Church. Given that the civil law of the realm has now been changed to permit marriage of same sex couples, many see this as a natural next step.The results of the consultation have been very varied: in some dioceses there was a strong voice for the status quo, in others a majority who wanted to see change. In the subsequent debate in Governing Body, it became clear that although a majority of members supported change, there was certainly no consensus, and any move to introduce changes in canon law would not meet the required two thirds majority of Governing Body, voting in houses, to enable such changes. Furthermore, any change to the teaching of the Church on Marriage, or the authorisation of any blessing of these unions in the life of the Church, would depend on legislation by bill procedure, which requires such enhanced majorities to take effect.Since the conclusion of our consultation, the Primates of the Anglican Communion have also met in Canterbury in January of this year. The issue of the Church’s ministry to gay and lesbian persons was at the centre of their agenda, especially since The Episcopal Church (of the United States) has taken steps to amend their marriage canon to remove references to the gender of the couple.The Primates condemned homophobic prejudice and violence and affirmed their commitment again to offer pastoral care and loving service irrespective of sexual orientation. They also rejected criminal sanctions against same-sex attracted people. They recognised that the Christian Church, including Anglicans, has often acted in a way towards people on the basis of their sexual orientation that has caused deep hurt. They expressed their profound sorrow and affirmed again that God’s love for every human being is the same, regardless of their sexuality, and that the Church should never by its actions give any other impression.Nevertheless, they also reasserted the understanding within the Anglican Communion as a whole that marriage is between a man and a woman in faithful, lifelong union. They indicated that they believed that any move away from this understanding is considered by many of them as a departure from the mutual accountability and interdependence implied through being in relationship with each other in the Anglican Communion.What this all means is that we, as Bishops of the Anglican Communion, mindful of the results of our consultation and the Statement of the Primates of the Anglican Communion, and of all our members, including those who are gay and lesbian, do not feel that we can support at this time a move to change the discipline of the Church in Wales with respect to the teaching on marriage, nor can we permit the celebration of public liturgies of blessing for same sex unions.Nevertheless, we acknowledge the gay and lesbian members of our Church as part of our family, and we wish to address them directly:“Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,We recognise that you have often been persecuted and ostracized by the Church for your sexuality, that you have been mistreated by the Church, and forced into secrecy and dissimulation by the attitudes of prejudice which you have faced. We deplore such hostility, and welcome and affirm the words of the Primates that condemn homophobic prejudice and violence. We too commit ourselves to offering you the same loving service and pastoral care to which all humanity is entitled, and we commit ourselves to acting to provide a safe space within the Church and within our communities in which you can be honest and open, respected and affirmed.While as a Church we remain unable to bless the committed partnerships you form in marriage or in civil partnership, yet we commit ourselves as bishops to work for a Church in which you can be fully affirmed as equal disciples of Jesus Christ or seekers after truth. We will pray with you and for you, that together we may seek God’s blessing on our lives, and for faithful discipleship.”Since 2005, the Bench of Bishops has acknowledged that there are a range of views with respect to homosexuality, which have to be recognized as “honest and legitimate differences” within the diversity of opinion in the Church in Wales.Given that diversity in the Church in Wales, and our commitment to affirm the place of gay and lesbian disciples within the Church, we believe that it is appropriate to offer prayers in response to the pastoral need of those gay and lesbian persons who are making profound commitments to friendship or partnership. With this pastoral letter, we offer prayers which we believe are suitable for those who are marking a committed relationship. Whilst we do not prescribe their use, where they are found suitable or helpful, we are happy to commend them.The issues around human sexuality that are being debated in the Church will not go away, and the pain and tensions experienced in the debate are not over. We do believe however that we are called to live in love and charity with one another, whatever our experience or convictions on this issue, and we call upon all followers of Jesus Christ to respond with grace and as much accommodation as possible to all our brothers and sisters in Christ, including those who are gay or lesbian.May the Lord bless his Church with such love and understanding that we may always walk in his ways of mercy.The prayers released by the bishops can be downloaded from theChurch in Wales website. 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CopySave this picture!© Christian RichtersText description provided by the architects. Many of the post-war neighbourhoods in the Netherlands are currently being ‘restructured’. Hoogvliet, a satellite town near Rotterdam, is one of them. The restructuring process implies many housing blocks are replaced by contemporary ones, often by erasing typical spatial qualities of post war urbanism such as the open building structure and the abundance of greenery. VMX’s goal was to reinforce these existing qualities by a contemporary design. Save this picture!© Christian RichtersThe plan consists of 80 low-rise houses and 60 high-rise apartments for families and elderly people on top of a shopping centre. The starting point of the commissioner was that the existing houses had to be demolished and replaced by better and larger houses. However, the number of houses had to remain the same. Also various mature trees at the location, the long sight lines between the buildings, and the amount of public greenery should be respected in the new plan. Save this picture!© Christian RichtersConvinced of the spatial qualities of post war urbanism, VMX re-invents post war qualities by proposing a system of strips of terraced houses linked in a meandering line. The design combines car-parking at ground level, under the terraced houses, with high-quality exterior space for everyone. In addition the meandering shape ensures an interlocking with the park. Save this picture!© Christian RichtersThe narrow high-rise volume – ten storeys high – is placed on a pedestal of shops. This way generous galleries open up the apartments and at the same time function as luxurious private outdoor spaces. In its materialization the design harmonizes with the surrounding architecture and simultaneously radiates a certain wealth and optimism, using green and orange colored glass, carved stone and perforated aluminium.Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow lessRegeneration of Part of the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) Coastal Zone Competition En…ArticlesFuensanta Nieto & Enrique Sobejano Lecture at Portland State UniversityArticlesProject locationAddress:Alverstraat, Hoogvliet rotterdamLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Area: 18860 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily Interior Designer: CopyAbout this officeVMX ArchitectsOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsHousingRotterdamRotterdamThe NetherlandsPublished on February 14, 2013Cite: “Hoogvliet / VMX Architects” 14 Feb 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
78 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis13 Whale and Dolphin Conservation, has partnered with GivePenny, SEGA, Relic Entertainment, and Twitch to launch its first ever gaming focused appeal, the Gamers for Orcas Challenge.The Gamers for Orcas Challenge will enable gamers to raise funds through GivePenny’s integration with gaming community Twitch, which gives its users the opportunity to stream to more than 9.7 million viewers per day.Participants can launch themed fundraising pages configured by the charity fundraising team, which are then connected to the gamer’s Twitch account to enable them to stream their gaming broadcast.Fundraisers can then encourage donations throughout their stream, such as in return for completing in-game challenges or forfeits, or for every hour streamed. Every Gamers for Orcas fundraising page is linked to a central event page on GivePenny, which celebrates the efforts of everyone involved, including the amount of money pledged, donations processed, hours streamed, YouTube content and leaderboards.As part of the official launch of Gamers for Orcas, Whale and Dolphin Conservation are hosting their own 24-hour gaming stream on Saturday 9th June from 4:00pm at the GivePenny event page. The broadcast will be supported by guest streamers and partners from the gaming community, including Sega, Relic Entertainment and Twitch.Stine Bang at Whale and Dolphin Conservation, said:“We are very excited to be launching our first Gamers for Orcas Challenge; an event for anyone who loves games and gaming. We’d love people to get involved by setting up a GivePenny page to run their own gaming marathon.”Lee Clark, founder and CEO at GivePenny, said: Advertisement Tagged with: Fundraising ideas Gaming “We can already see that millennials demand more from the brands they interact with through apps, websites and wearable technology. Online giving is changing and in the very near future, providing a closely connected, dynamic and engaging fundraising experience online will mean so much more to charitable giving than continually encouraging supporters to launch comparatively flat fundraising pages that just process one-off donations and help you share a link on social media.” 77 total views, 1 views today Whale and Dolphin Conservation launch gaming appeal with GivePenny Melanie May | 30 May 2017 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis13 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.
Defend the Sacred Alaska — Arctic Refuge rally, Fairbanks, Alaska, March 7, 2018.Since Nov. 7, corporate media has focused on President Donald Trump’s refusal to accept his election defeat, labeling his actions “damaging to [the myth of bourgeois] democracy.” Yet one of Trump’s few concrete actions since the election — speeding up controversial oil and gas drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) — has received scant media attention even though it is more dangerous.Right after the election, the Trump administration increased harmful seismic testing in the ANWR. Now the president is rushing to auction off drilling rights to fossil fuel companies before President-elect Joe Biden takes office, despite strong opposition from environmentalists and Indigenous communities in the region. (tinyurl.com/y6myshsz)Since taking office in 2017, the White House has reversed or removed over 100 environmental protections and regulations designed to limit climate change and protect air and water. One of his first priorities was opening up the ANWR for potential development.In December 2017, Congress passed the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” which granted the Trump administration authority to sell oil and gas leases in the refuge after a 40-year fight to prevent drilling in ANWR. The legislation opened the Arctic coast for potential development. Trump is now in a mad scramble to get sales done.Major oil spill could devastate Indigenous landsThe acrimonious battle over the ANWR is one of the longest-running environmental fights in U.S. history, dating back to 1980 when Congress passed the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act. While establishing the ANWR as a new national wilderness area, the act left it open to future gas exploration.The impending auction of drilling rights pits Indigenous communities with differing interests in the area against each other — a situation oil and gas companies have long exploited. Some in the Inupiat Tribe see drilling as an economic windfall, potentially bringing jobs and infrastructure funds to very impoverished communities. For other Inupiat tribal members, and especially for the Gwich’in Nation, who are Indigenous people reliant on the annual migration of a herd of over 160,000 porcupine caribou through the region, it is an attack on their very existence. Decades after the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill released 42 million liters of crude oil and contaminated 1,236.5 miles (1,990 kilometers) of shoreline in Alaska’s Prince William Sound, the environmental impact is still felt. If a major disaster — an oil spill or gas leak — were to result from drilling in the ANWR, it would devastate the only homeland for many Indigenous people.Who stands to benefit? The multibillion-dollar energy industry clearly has a friend in Trump. Since taking office, he lifted bans on oil and gas exploration, including in the ANWR and other parts of Alaska, in coastal waters around the U.S. and in areas formerly protected as national monuments. Trump has assisted fossil fuel infrastructure projects including the Keystone XL pipeline to bring tar sands crude oil from Canada, the Dakota Access pipeline to move oil from North Dakota oil fields and the Atlantic Coast pipeline that would transport natural gas from the Marcellus Shale in West Virginia. (brookings.edu, Aug. 4)Now, despite years of protests, and with an energy industry facing financial decline due to overproduction plus the coronavirus pandemic, the Trump administration is speeding up the process to sell ANWR leases. On Nov. 17, the Bureau of Land Management opened 32 plots covering 1.5 million acres of the North Slope along the ANWR for drilling. Oil companies have 30 days to submit their lease bids for an auction that could occur just days before Biden takes office Jan. 20.Even with the bids, it is not guaranteed that the environmentally dangerous drilling will take place. A number of big banks, including five out of the six biggest U.S. banks, say they will not finance new drilling in the Arctic. (Highnorthnews.com, Nov. 20) It is possible that Biden will block or reverse the sales.What path for Biden?During his run for the White House, Joe Biden voiced opposition to drilling in the ANWR. He also promised to rejoin the Paris [Climate] Agreement on “day one.” However, the Democratic National Committee platform stopped short of opposing fracking for fossil fuels and failed to embrace more progressive calls for immediate climate change actions.In fact, the Paris Agreement has proven very ineffective in limiting global warming. During the 2015 Paris Climate Summit, the U.S. blocked any binding language. And it continued a provision from the 1998 Kyoto Accords that explicitly guaranteed the U.S. military exemption from any international climate agreement. With deadly emissions greater than the entire output of some industrialized nations, the Pentagon is the largest producer of greenhouse gases in the world.Environmental activists are raising concern over Ernest Moniz, Secretary of Energy in President Barack Obama’s administration from 2013 to 2017 and potentially a top contender to lead Biden’s Department of Energy. Moniz, who supports fracking, launched the liquefied natural gas export regime under Obama. He is currently a director of Southern Company, the second-highest carbon-polluting energy utility in the U.S. (Readsludge.com, Nov. 19)Another potential candidate for Energy Secretary is Arun Majumdar, who served under Moniz. Majumdar, like Moniz, is opposed to stopping fossil fuel extraction. On Nov. 17, Biden named fossil fuel industry advocate Cedric Richmond to a White House liaison position between the business community and climate change activists.Concern over Biden’s “climate advisors” led Indigenous, racial justice and climate activists to stage an occupation outside the Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 19, calling for a corporate-free Cabinet. Protesters, including Ta’Sina Sapa Win of the Cheyenne River Grassroots Collective, Missouri Congressperson-elect Cori Bush and Congressperson Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, also called for Biden to take immediate climate action and approve the Green New Deal. (tinyurl.com/y3rehu8l)FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
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RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Email TAGSChemistryJuneLimerick Institute of TechnologyMathsstate examinationsSTEM Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) Moylish Campus.Picture: Alan Place.Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) is offering free leaving cert revision seminars to Maths and Chemistry students ahead of the state examination this June.The seminars, which are in the form of workshops, are aimed at helping leaving cert students reach their full potential in these STEM subjects which are key to many career opportunities in the mid west.LIT President, Professor Vincent Cunnane, described STEM subjects as central to ‘Innovation 2020’ – Ireland’s strategy for Research and Development, Science and Technology.“The strategy highlights the importance of excellence in STEM Education. Graduates in these disciplines help to drive innovation and enterprise, and have played a significant part in the growth in our economy, particularly in this region,” he said.“It is the quality of our education in these subjects at both second and third level that contributes significantly to attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and provides an active ecosystem for indigenous start-ups here in the mid west.”“Many students are dissuaded from taking up subjects such as maths and chemistry, as there is a perception that they are particularly difficult to master. We at LIT maintain that these subjects open up students to a range of exciting careers, and believe every student should have the best possible chance to excel in these subjects if they so wish,” added Prof Cunnane.“To this end, we are providing free workshops in our Moylish Campus to assist students as they prepare for their leaving cert exams in Mathematics, (ordinary and higher level) and Organic Chemistry.”The free workshops will begin on Tuesday May 8. From 7pm to 9pm, Dr. Maria Sheehan, an experienced chemistry and science teacher, will guide students through questions on Organic Chemistry preparations for the Leaving Certificate papers – both Higher and Ordinary.The Mathematics workshops on May 14 and May 15 will focus on particular strands of the Leaving Certificate curriculum and will be facilitated by Dr Maura Clancy, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at LIT.The Mathematics workshop on May 14 will focus on higher level maths and more specifically Strand 5 Section 2 (calculus), while on May 15 the Mathematics (ordinary level) workshop will look at Strand 4 (algebra).Pre-booking is essential for all three workshops, as places are limited. Booking details are available at www.lit.ie/revisionSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up More about education here. Facebook Advertisement Limerick Institute of Technology president takes up office as Chair of THEA board for 2020 Limerick Institute of Technology awarded €750,000 capital grant towards works on its five campuses Print NewsEducationLIT offers Free Chemistry and Maths Revision Seminars to Leaving Cert StudentsBy Staff Reporter – April 27, 2018 5212 Limerick Institute of Technology launch new app to facilitate energy renovation upskilling Limerick Institute of Technology researcher calls for ban on cigarette vending machines Limerick’s Student Radio Station Wired FM Celebrates 25 Years on Air Linkedin WhatsApp Limerick colleges recognised at Irish Games Fleadh 2020 Previous articleLimerick schoolchildren participate in Regional Climate Hope ForumNext articleBeyond the neon runes Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie
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