DescriptionOlympic College is continuously seeking skilled Basic Studiesadjunct faculty to fill positions within the Integrated BasicEducation & Skills Training (I-BEST) program.Olympic College’s identified I-BEST programs are designed to beteam-taught by professional-technical and basic skills faculty.I-BEST faculty are responsible for team-taught instruction. Classesare comprised of students that come from diverse educational,linguistic and cultural backgrounds; therefore, faculty must beprepared to teach college readiness skills to all I-BESTstudents.Position reports to the Associate Dean of Basic Studies/AdultEducation and is part of the Workforce Development Division. Worksite may vary between the Bremerton, Shelton or Poulsbo campuses.This a part-time adjunct faculty position.Click the “How to Apply” button for more information.
Across the globe, the value of unlocking data is top of mind and progressing rapidly. However, for a variety of reasons, most health data continues to reside in silos, and remains untapped. Creating a truly interrelated health ecosystem, with the patient’s interests and patient outcomes at the center, can only be achieved if health data is securely connected, and minable by high speed analytics. This requires 21st century IT solutions that enable efficient and selective brokerage of data – serving the patient, physician and researcher in a highly user-friendly way.SAP, Dell EMC and Intel provide a unique software-, hardware- and services-combination that can help our customers drive their business. At the end of this journey is a fully interconnected health network, where data is efficiently brokered and rapidly analyzed. Learn more about the Dell EMC, Intel and SAP cooperation and the special use cases in health leveraging the Dell EMC Reference Architecture for SAP Connected Health powered by SAP HANA and Intel Xeon processor technology and how this solution can help creating opportunities for faster diagnosis and treatment, such as fighting against cancer. Video SAP TV: The Pulse – Precision Medicine.In addition, we are pleased to share more information in our presence at HIMSS Annual Conference 2017 (Orlando, February 19-23). We invite you to register for the Dell EMC, Intel, and SAP HEALTH Lunch & Learn session “Real-Time Insights for Better Patient Outcomes”. Wednesday, February 22, 2017, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm, Room 202B. In this session, our networked health vision will be illustrated through fully integrated hardware and software solutions, and tangible use cases and customer examples. Register today.Stay tuned for more information – and see you on site, whether in the Dell EMC (#3161) booth, or the Intel (#2661) or SAP (#543) booths.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Suffolk County police officer crashed his patrol car into two boys, wounding them, after another car crashed into the police cruiser in Deer Park on Sunday evening.A Second Precinct Police Officer was driving northbound on Deer Park Avenue when his vehicle was struck by a southbound Toyota Camry that made a left turn in front of him at the corner of Lake Avenue at 6:40 p.m., police said.The patrol car then veered onto the sidewalk, where it struck two boys—cousins ages 8 and 12, both from Hicksville—who were with an adult waiting to cross the street to go to a nearby pizzeria, police said.The younger boy was taken to Stony Brook University Hospital, where he was listed in stable condition with a soft tissue injury. The older boy was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip, where he was listed in stable condition with an isolated ankle injury. The adult was not injured.The police officer suffered a non-life-threatening concussion. The driver of the Toyota was not injured.First Precinct detectives impounded both vehicles, are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information regarding this crash to call them at 631-854-8152.
Batesville, In. — Registration forms for Fall Driver Education at the Batesville High School are now available. Forms are available at the main office or on the high school website here. Forms must be submitted by Friday, August 24.Registration is on a first-come, first served basis. The class size will be limited to 45 students. A MANDATORY meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, August 29 at 7 p.m. in the Batesville High School cafeteria.