Founding Faculty Member, Surveying Engineering Technology, Tenure-Track Faculty (open rank)
Founding Faculty Member, Surveying Engineering Technology,Tenure-Track Faculty (open rank)Rowan University invites applications for an innovative educator tolead a new Surveying Engineering Technology Program. Applicantsshould have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, anestablished record of publication, and be able to meet the criteriafor the rank of associate professor or full professor.This is a new career-oriented program leading to a Bachelor ofScience in Surveying Engineering Technology degree. The programwill be seeking ABET accreditation. This four-year degree is theeducational requirement for licensure as a Professional LandSurveyor in the State of New Jersey. The program is structured as ajoint in partnership with Rowan College of South Jersey at theGloucester County campus.Primary responsibilities of this position include strong leadershipto build this new program, seek and maintain ABET accreditation,and develop ties with local and regional industry. The successfulapplicant is expected to teach courses in the program and developstrategies to attract students into the program including newfreshmen as well as those in the surveying, geography orengineering field seeking a second degree. The successful applicantwill also be expected to develop an assessment strategy to bringthe program through the accreditation process, review and modifythe curriculum to maintain its currency, and attract new faculty tothe program as it grows.Qualifications: A terminal degree in Surveying, Geomatics,Geography, Engineering or Engineering Technology and licensure as aProfessional Land Surveyor are required.Start date: The anticipated starting date for this positionis January 1, 2021Applications : Applications must be submitted through ouronline applicant tracking system at http://jobs.rowan.edu . Applicants should upload the followingmaterials combined into a single pdf file: (1) Cover letter (2)Curriculum vitae (3) Statement of teaching philosophy and interestsand (4) Vision for building a surveying engineering technologyprogramThe committee will commence review of applications in October 2020and applications will continue to be considered until the positionis filled.
Spinach and Bacon Quiche.
Tweet Sharing is caring! 25 Views no discussions Share Food & DiningLifestyle Spinach and Bacon Quiche. by: – April 1, 2011 Share Share A quiche is simply a pie filled with an egg-and-cream mixture and various meat or vegetable ingredients.This one has a mixture of bacon and spinach for a delicious meal that can be served any time of the day. If you do not have the time to make your own crust, use a rolled, refrigerated, unbaked instead to speed up the preparation time for this delicious pie.Ingredients1 recipe Pastry for Single-Crust Pie1/2 cup chopped onion (1 medium)6 slices bacon, chopped8 beaten eggs1/2 cup dairy sour cream1/2 cup half-and-half, light cream, or milk1/4 teaspoon salt1/8 teaspoon ground white pepperDash ground nutmeg (optional)3 cups lightly packed chopped fresh spinach2/3 cup shredded mozzarella cheese (about 3 ounces)1/2 cup shredded Swiss cheese (2 ounces)Cherry tomatoes, cut up (optional) DirectionsPrepare and roll out Pastry for Single-Crust Pie. Line a 9-inch pie plate with the pastry. Trim; crimp edges as desired. Line the unpricked pastry shell with a double thickness of foil. Bake in a 450 degree F oven for 8 minutes. Remove foil. Bake for 4 to 5 minutes more or until pastry is set and dry. Reduce oven temperature to 325 degrees F.Meanwhile, in a large skillet cook onion and bacon until onion is tender and bacon is crisp. Drain on paper towels.In a bowl stir together eggs, sour cream, half-and-half, salt, pepper, and, if desired, nutmeg. Stir in onion mixture, spinach, and cheeses.Pour egg mixture into the hot, baked pastry shell. Bake in the 325 degree F overn for 45 to 50 minutes or until a knife inserted near the center comes out clean. If necessary, cover edge of crust with foil to prevent overbrowning. Let stand for 10 minutes before serving. If desired, garnish with cherry tomatoes.Makes 6 to 8 servingsSpinach Quiche: Prepare as above, except omit the bacon. Cook the onion in 1 tablespoon butter or margarine. Stir into egg mixture with spinach and cheeses.Recipe source: BHG.com
Northern Ireland run Chile close
Chile completed their World Cup preparations with victory over Northern Ireland after two late goals in Valparaiso. Press Association Brother Conor McLaughlin’s 20th-minute header, from Shane Ferguson’s tempting delivery, was destined for the net had Herrera not made a smart save. Oliver Norwood went direct in the 38th minute, whipping a shot to the near post where Herrera again scrambled the ball to safely. For all their territorial superiority, Fabian Orellana’s scuffed effort was the best Chile could do in response. As the hour mark approached, Jorge Valdivia saw what appeared to be a cross veer towards the top corner and thought he had scored until Carroll backtracked and clawed to safety. Moments later, Sanchez made his belated arrival and was almost gifted a bizarre winner when Conor McLaughlin’s clearance cannoned off him and needed a sprawling save from the alert Carroll. Valdivia should have scored moments earlier but headed against the post after Gary Medel’s flick left him with a six-yard finish. The strength of Chile’s bench eventually told, Sanchez’s chipped through-ball teeing up Vargas for the headed opener 10 minutes from time. He appeared to be marginally offside, but the result was sealed with a second when Pinilla raced into space before depositing a clinical low strike across Carroll. Michael O’Neill’s visitors held their own for 80 minutes but saw their brave resistance broken by substitutes Eduardo Vargas and Mauricio Pinilla. Both men had started on the bench, along with Barcelona star Alexis Sanchez, but all three were needed to stop the party atmosphere falling flat. As with Northern Ireland’s 1-0 defeat in Uruguay last week, it was a performance O’Neill could take heart from – not least after a pair of first-half free-kicks that might have given his side the lead. But it was still another loss and a fourth successive outing without scoring. As it was, Northern Ireland almost ended their drought in the opening seconds, when the ball fell kindly for Billy McKay. The Inverness striker managed a clean connection from 25 yards but Johnny Herrera was well placed to make the save. That aside, Chile dictated the pace and looked to starve their opponents of possession. For Northern Ireland, only Steven Davis’ tireless running kept his side’s heads above water, with the captain covering every inch of grass and stifling a handful of attacks with timely challenges. Aaron Hughes was leading the back-line well too, with Chile’s selection of flicks and tricks yielding nothing better than a free-kick harshly given against goalkeeper Roy Carroll for handling outside the area. Indeed, it was Northern Ireland who went closest to breaking the first-half deadlock from a pair of free-kicks won by the industry of Ryan McLaughlin – starting for the first time – on the right wing.
Cricket News ICC assures BCCI for adequate security in the forthcoming World Cup
The ICC CEO David Richardson and ECB chief executive Tom Harrison underlined that security is an absolute priority and all necessary steps will be taken including an uplift in security if that is needed based on the advice of the security authorities in the UK. Richardson assured Johri that ICC share an excellent rapport with security and police authorities in the UK,” the BCCI official further said.The discussion on security wasn’t a part of the original agenda but on BCCI’s insistence, it has been “minuted” by the global body. The BCCI was apprised that the global body is evaluating “risk assessment” as has been the norm for all global events.There have been statements from prominent India players such Harbhajan Singh and Sourav Ganguly, urging the BCCI to boycott the June 16 World Cup group league game against Pakistan in Manchester’s Old Trafford after more than 40 CRPF personnel were killed in the Pulwama terror attack. However, at this point, the BCCI has taken no stand on boycotting the game as there remains a possibility that both teams may end up meeting in the knockouts as well. highlights New Delhi: The International Cricket Council (ICC) Wednesday assured the BCCI that if the need arises, it will “uplift the security based on the advice of relevant agencies” to address India’s concerns during the upcoming World Cup the wake of the Pulwama terror attack. At the start of the ICC’s Chief Executives Committee (CEC) meeting, BCCI CEO Rahul Johri expressed India’s concerns about the security of its players in the mega event which is scheduled to start May 30.”On behalf of the BCCI, Rahul Johri raised concerns for the safety and security of the Indian team, match officials and the Indian Fans, at the CEC Meeting,” a senior BCCI official, privy to the development, told PTI. It is learnt that Johri told the CEC that the BCCI believes in the security being planned by the ICC and the England Cricket Board.” For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. ICC says security will be given if required. India will play the first game on June 6 against South Africa. India-Pakistan clash, still not clear.
Transfer rumours and paper review – Tuesday, August 4
Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Tuesday’s newspapers…Manchester United failed with two £100m bids for Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale this summer. Real have no interest in selling the Welshman and Bale wants to stay at the Bernabeu, but that did not stop United from trying their luck. (The Sun)Louis van Gaal is set to tie up a £20m deal for Barcelona winger Pedro in the next 48 hours – and is now being offered Real Madrid bad boy Pepe. (Daily Mirror)Manchester United are adamant that Angel Di Maria will not be allowed to officially join Paris Saint-Germain until their demands over his fee had been met. They want MORE than £45m for the player, who cost them £59.7m a year ago, with the bulk of that money in an initial payment. (Daily Mirror)Manchester United are ready to sell midfielder Jesse Lingard to Bristol City in a £2.5million deal. Boss Louis van Gaal cleared the England Under-21 starlet to leave Old Trafford yesterday and he will sort out terms on the move immediately. (The Sun)Chelsea have asked Tottenham to name their price for Danny Rose. Blues boss Jose Mourinho is desperate to sign a left-back before the start of the season on Saturday, and it is believed that the Premier League champions are willing to pay around £15million for Rose. (Daily Mirror)Rio Ferdinand has urged Manchester United to sign John Stones to bring much-needed defensive solidity to Old Trafford and believes the Everton centre-half would be foolish to join Chelsea. (Guardian)Promoted Bournemouth are targeting Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray and the Londoners are happy to sell for £3m after buying Sunderland’s Connor Wickham on Monday. (Daily Mirror)Southampton have made a £7million offer to Celtic for defender Virgil van Dijk. (Daily Express)And here’s the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Angel Di Maria ‘taking a step up’ by swapping Man United for PSG, claims Thiago SilvaChelsea are ‘desperate’ to sign John Stones and will return with improved bid, talkSPORT toldMan United and Southampton boost! Sought-after defender told he can leave PSGRafa Benitez confident both Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema will stay at Real Madrid this seasonFernando Llorente latest: Sevilla to pip Arsenal to striker signingArsenal handed boost as Alessio Romagnoli’s AC Milan move hits snagReports – Arsenal and Liverpool target Gonzalo Higuain rejects Napoli contract extensionJuventus eyeing shock deal for Manchester City midfielder Samir NasriPaul Pogba latest: Juventus powerless to prevent Man City target leaving, admits club directorTottenham transfer latest: Fredy Guarin still an option to Spurs after rejecting Fenerbahce moveTottenham transfer news: Roberto Soldado on verge of Villarreal move, bid made for Lyon striker‘He will never sign’ – Juventus chief rules out move for Chelsea playmakerParis Saint-Germain defender set to snub Liverpool with Roma moveRoberto Mancini insists Gary Medel is staying at Inter Milan amid reported interest from Everton and LiverpoolLiverpool agree deal to sign winger Adama Traore from Barcelona – reportsEverton transfer report: Agent insists Napoli defender not interested in Toffees moveNewcastle and West Ham blow! Lyon closing on Mathieu Valbuena signing