Howard Lake | 25 January 2008 | News Tagged with: Management 36 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Cancer Research UK is restructuring its communications, information, fundraising and supporter marketing functions to support future growth.Richard Taylor, Executive Director of Fundraising and Supporter Marketing, has reorganised the fundraising and supporter marketing function into six departments: Supporter Relationship Management; Supporter Marketing; High Value Relationships; Community and Events; Trading; and Strategic Development.The charity is also creating a new directorate, led by Sarah Lyness, combining its communications and information activities. The Communications and Information directorate will consist of six departments: PR & Press and Brand; Internet and New Media; Cancer Information; Health Information; Patient Information; and Strategy and Operations.The charity has doubled its research funding to over £300 million since it was formed in 2002, and aims to spend £400 million a year by 2010.www.cancerresearchuk.org.uk Cancer Research UK restructures fundraising and communications teams About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
The mass balance of polythermal ice masses is critically dependent on the proportion of surface-generated meltwater that subsequently refreezes in the snowpack and firn. In order to quantify this effect and to characterize its spatial variability, we measured near-surface (26%, resulting in a 32% increase in net accumulation. This ‘seasonal densification’ increased at lower elevations, rising to 47% 10 km closer to the ice-sheet margin at 1860 m a. s. l. Density/depth profiles from nine sites within 1 km2 at ∼1945 m a.s.l. reveal complex stratigraphies that change over short spatial scales and seasonally. We conclude that estimates of mass-balance change cannot be calculated solely from observed changes in surface elevation, but that near-surface densification must also be considered. However, predicting spatial and temporal variations in densification may not be straightforward. Further, the development of complex firn-density profiles both masks discernible annual layers in the near-surface firn and ice stratigraphy and is likely to introduce error into radar-derived estimates of surface elevation.
On April 4, the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Making Caring Common (MCC) Project and Game Change: The Patriots Anti-Violence Partnership will hold an Askwith Forums panel to examine the state of sexual violence in schools and how both public and private actors are working to encourage a safer educational sphere.Sexual Misconduct is Common in SchoolsAn American Association of University Women study found that nearly half of all students — 52 percent of girls and 35 percent of boys — say they have experienced sexual harassment at school30 percent of female rape victims are first raped between the ages of 11–17At least 1 in 5 high school women and 1 in 10 high school men experience dating violence Read Full Story Game Change: The Patriots Anti-Violence PartnershipGame Change is a partnership between the Massachusetts Attorney General and the New England Patriots that has trained students and faculty at 90 Massachusetts high schools to prevent sexual violence and focus on training students to become peer educators in anti-violence strategiesPanelists:Nicole Daley, program director, Start Strong Boston, Division of Violence Prevention, Boston Public Health CommissionMynaja Ferguson, senior, Boston Latin AcademyJustine Fonte, director of health and wellness, The Dalton School, New YorkRobert Kraft, founder, chairman and CEO, the Kraft Group; owner, New England PatriotsJosh Kraft, President, New England Patriots Charitable Foundation; Nicholas President and CEO, Boys and Girls Clubs of BostonModerator: Richard Weissbourd, Ed.D. ’87, senior lecturer on education and director of the Making Caring Common project, HGSEIntroduction: James Ryan, dean and Charles William Eliot Professor, HGSE
Image by the Luscombe Aircraft Corporation / luscombeair.com.JAMESTOWN – Chautauqua County Executive PJ Wendel has signed a long-term lease agreement with principals of Luscombe Aircraft Corporation to establish an aircraft production and sales business in a County-owned hangar at the County’s Jamestown Airport. Wendel says the new enterprise will create new manufacturing jobs and generate lease revenue to offset airport operating costs.“While the current public health crisis has dramatically curtailed the level of aircraft activity at the airports, we are actively planning for a rebound in private and business aviation activity once travel and related restrictions are lifted,” said Wendel. “Similarly, the County remains fully engaged with Boutique Airlines in a broad-based, community support campaign to restore commercial air service at the Jamestown Airport.”Luscombe Aircraft Corporation will be relocating their fledgling operations from Chino, California to Chautauqua County over the next several months. Concurrently, they will be undertaking improvements to the County’s leased hangar to equip the facility with utility infrastructure and building systems necessary to begin full scale aircraft production in the summer of 2020.Luscombe’s production relocation and start-up in Chautauqua County is being actively supported by the County of Chautauqua Industrial Development Agency (CCIDA), The Fredonia Technology Incubator at the State University of New York at Fredonia, and the Chautauqua County Department of Public Facilities’ Airports Division.Luscombe Aircraft Corporation was formed for the purpose of acquiring licenses, designs and other assets to produce modernized variants of the Luscombe Model 8, a venerable single-engine aircraft that went out of production in the early 1970s.Having acquired the FAA type certificates, tooling, new-old stock (NOS) parts and associated assets from the holding company that held the rights to the aircraft design, Luscombe set about identifying a site suitable for assembly, testing and marketing of its modernized designs.The CCIDA monitored the efforts of Luscombe principals as they worked to amass the resources and necessary licenses to produce aircraft.As Luscombe’s business aspirations developed into well-defined plans, CCIDA engaged company principals in market research, analysis of suitable regional supply chain partners, and ultimately steered company representatives to the County’s Jamestown Airport where alignment between Luscombe’s needs and the County’s available hangar resources were realized.Among the many factors cited by Luscombe’s management team in selecting Chautauqua County for its aircraft production facility is the workforce development resources nurtured through Jamestown Community College and SUNY Fredonia and a local manufacturing base with recognized skilled engineers and tradesmen.The establishment of an aircraft production facility at the Jamestown Airport follows closely on the heels of other business development at the County’s airports.In February, Centric Aviation took over operation of all core flight-line services at both the Jamestown and Dunkirk airports under separate lease-operating agreements signed with the County.Under those agreements, the county receives a fixed monthly rental fee as well as a percentage of gross revenues generated from fuel sales, aircraft de-icing and other services. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),If the County has leased out the airport’s and the hanger at Jamestown….where do the federal funds go that were passed as part of the CARE act? Seems odd that this is occurring all on the heels of government funds coming this way!
Log in with your social account LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Facebook Forgot Password ? Google #badminton badminton all-england Praveen-Melati When Indonesia’s ace Liliyana Natsir quit badminton in early 2019, doubts emerged as to how long it would take for Indonesia’s young mixed doubles badminton squad to fill the gap left by the Olympic gold medalist.Not too long, it turned out, after 2020 All England final late Sunday night Jakarta time witnessed her juniors Praveen Jordan and Melati Daeva Oktavianti win the prestigious title — the first mixed doubles All England victory in four years.A solid combination between Melati’s front court defense and Praveen’s fast smash sent the pair to the top podium on Sunday, destroying the hopes of Thailand’s Dechapol Puavaranukroh and Sapsiree Taerattanachai of securing their first All England title.In a fast match, both pairs displayed skill in pressuring each other with unexpected shuttle placements and solid defense.Praveen and Melati gained… Linkedin Topics :
Martin O’Neill’s men, who had won their three previous qualifiers to keep themselves firmly in the race, have the consolation prize of a place in the play-offs, but still have plenty of work to do if they are to join England, Wales and Northern Ireland at next summer’s finals. O’Neill, who had hinted in the run-up to the game that some of his players were feeling the effects of their exertions against the Germans, made five changes, restoring Glenn Whelan and James McClean after suspension, drafting in Seamus Coleman following his recovery from a hamstring problem and rewarding keeper Darren Randolph and match-winner Shane Long for their efforts on Thursday evening. The game rather meandered through the early stages as the teams probed away at each other without ever really threatening to do anything decisive, and there was no real indication of what was to follow. However, it exploded into life with 13 minutes gone when, after Coleman and O’Shea has combined to repel a foray into the box, the ball fell to Kamil Grosicki, who prompted a good reaction save from Randolph from close range. Ireland managed only to half-clear the resulting corner to Krychowiak 20 yards out and his sweetly struck low drive sped into the bottom corner with the wrong-footed Randolph helpless. But the visitors were behind for only three minutes, although the incident which led to the equaliser did not go down well with the home fans among a crowd of 57,497. Defender Michal Pazdan’s high challenge on Long was ugly, but television replays suggested it might have occurred outside the box. Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir nevertheless pointed to the spot and Walters calmly beat keeper Lukasz Fabianski to claim his eight goal in an Ireland shirt. Robert Lewandowski ended the Republic of Ireland’s hopes of automatic qualification for the Euro 2016 finals as Poland secured their trip to France. The Poles saw an 18th-minute Pawel Olkowski strike correctly ruled out for offside as the home side redoubled their efforts, and although the Republic defended stubbornly, they eventually succumbed three minutes before the break. This time, Olkowski was the provider, picking out Lewandowski with the perfect cross for the in-form striker to power a header past Randolph. Adam Nawalka’s men returned determined to kill the game off and assure their presence in France as quickly as possible, and Ireland found themselves largely on the back foot once again. Whelan forced Fabianski into a solid save with a 51st-minute shot from distance after Robbie Brady’s enterprising run, but the Stoke midfielder was to depart seven minutes later when he was replaced by Aiden McGeady, and he did so having seen Long carried from the field on a stretcher with what looked like an ankle injury. Long’s departure had prompted Robbie Keane’s introduction, but although Ireland were now contesting the game higher up the pitch, that left space behind and Grosicki almost exploited it when he was played in with 65 minutes gone, only for Randolph to block. Randolph might have been called upon once again six minutes later after Lewandowski raced clear of the cover, but Coleman came to his rescue with a superbly-timed challenge. Central defender Richard Keogh cameclose nine minutes from time when he got his head to McGeady’s cross, but Fabianski claimed the ball at the second attempt, and Ireland’s hopes were gone when O’Shea, who had been cautioned before the break, felled Lewandowski and was dismissed. The Bayern Munich striker’s 15th goal in 447 minutes of football for club and country handed the home side a 2-1 win to end their Group D campaign in second place behind world champions Germany. Grzegorz Krychowiak had given the Poles a 13th-minute lead at the Narodowy Stadium, but Jonathan Walters’ penalty three minutes later gave Ireland, who had skipper John O’Shea sent off for as second bookable offence in injury time, fresh hope until Lewandowski’s 42nd-minute intervention. Press Association
Officials with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office say two men were arrested late last week, after they allegedly placed credit card skimmers at a Boca Raton gas station.The suspects, identified as 34-year-old Francisco Costa-Perez and 30-year-old Daniel Milian-Diaz, are facing fraud and criminal mischief charges.They were observed installing illegal skimming devices at the Chevron station located at 19345 State Road 7 last Thursday. An employee from the gas station told the 911 dispatcher that he was watching the men tampering with the pumps.PBSO deputies apprehended Costa-Perez and Lilian-Diaz soon afterward during a nearby traffic stop.
zoom German-Danish ferry operator Scandlines has seen an increase in the number of transported vehicles during the high season in 2016 following the delivery of its new hybrid ferry the M/V Berlin in May.Following delivery, the new vessel, which combines traditional diesel power with battery power, was put into service on the Rostock-Gedser route.Featuring a space for 460 cars or lorries and capable of accommodating 1,300 passengers, M/V Berlin broke its record numerous times in July and August, according to Scandlines.In June alone, the ferry transported 39,451 cars, while it carried its highest number of cars on one crossing at the end of August when it transported 351 cars.“Now with the high season coming to an end Scandlines can look back at a great season with good volumes in all areas,” Scandlines said.Later this year, M/V Berlin’s sister ship, the M/V Copenhagen, will be put into service on the Rostock-Gedser route.The two new hybrid ferries will then be able to transport up to 2,600 passengers, 920 cars, 192 lorries between Rostock and Gedser, doubling Scandlines’ current capacity on the route.
zoom China’s Shanghai Dingheng Shipping has embarked upon an ambitious investment campaign as it speeds up efforts to create a fleet of over 20 ships by the end of this year.Last week, the company inked a deal with Ningbo Xinle Shipbuilding Group on the construction of ten 9,000-tonne stainless steel chemical tankers. Dingheng added that it has reached a preliminary agreement with the shipyard on the construction of ten additional 6,000-tonne stainless steel chemical tankers.The delivery and financial terms of the two contracts have not been disclosed.“We will comprehensively optimize the design of this type of ships based on years of experience in practical use, apply domestic high-quality equipment as far as possible premised on keeping good general performance of ships, in an effort to create opportunities for and power the transformation and upgrading of related products in Chinese industry chain of chemical tankers,” the shipping company said.What is more, Dingheng and Ningbo Xinle Shipbuilding have also signed a 10-year bareboat charter agreement for 6 chemical tankers. These include three 7,500t coated chemical tankers, one 16,500t coated chemical tanker and two 13,200t new stainless steel chemical tankers, which will be delivered to Dingheng in the upcoming few months.In addition, the Shanghai-based shipping company, operating in Chinese coastal and international chemical transportation segment, has four 8,500t and two 13,000t chemical tankers under construction slated for delivery by the end of this year.
The Los Angeles Lakers had less than 24 hours of the NBA attention in town. The Clippers got into the mix by re-signing guard Chaucey Billups and free-agent guard Jamal Crawford.Billups, who played 20 games with the Clippers last season before injuring his Achilles heal, signed a one-year deal for $4.3 million the Los Angeles Times reported the moves, and Crawford will receive a three-year deal for $15.7 million.The Clippers have been seeking a shooting guard to pair with point guard Chris Paul. They were interested in Boston’s Ray Allen, but cancelled the meeting that was set up for Friday when these signings came through. Paul had been recruiting Allen, who is scheduled to visit the Heat today and who is also a candidate to return to Boston.Crawford, who has come off the bench for much of his career, provides that traditional shooting guard for the Clippers, while Billups gives the team options at both backcourt spots.