THE Norwegian Shipowners’ Association (NSA) has assured of a stable demand for seafarers globally despite economic uncertainties.Attorney Paal Tangen, Ateep Steering Committee chairman, said while the Covid-19 pandemic has slowed down the deployment of seafarers, the global shipping industry continues to hire workforce onboard to keep the flow of global supply and demand going.“Ninety-percent of goods in the international trade goes through by ships. That’s why we need good seafarers,” said Tangen, during his visit in the University of Cebu-Lapu-Lapu and Mandaue on Thursday, March 31, 2022.Tangen said his visit in the UCLM campus is a combination of courtesy and good talks on how to improve the NSA Philippines Cadet Program so they could secure good deck and engine officers for the Norwegian fleet.“We wanted to look into the future as possible because the maritime industry has been volatile,” he said, citing the current Covid-19 pandemic which has been threatening the industry, harbor lockdown and supply chain problem, and the continued aggression between Russia and Ukraine as among the challenges faced by the maritime industry today.“It’s about due time to come here and see what is happening,” he noted.NSA Philippines Cadet Program is said to be the most outstanding and promising program of the Association of Shipowners’ Training and Education Project that aims to develop young and competent Filipino seafarers through scholarship grants and best maritime education awarded to qualified applicants.The program has tied up with maritime academies—DMMA College of Southern Philippines and the UCLM.For over 28 years, the NSA Cadet Program and UCLM have been working hand in hand in producing quality Filipino seafarers.Tangen said the Philippines remains to be the world’s major producer of seafarers in the world and that the country has proven to produce skilled workforce ever since.The Philippines represents 30 percent of the global seafarers workforce. These modern-day sea-based heroes sent a total of US$6.545 billion or approximately P335.42 billion in cash remittances to the country last year.Meanwhile, in the short term, Tangen said the conflict between Russia and Ukraine may open job opportunities to more Filipino seafarers due to a shortfall in the global shipping workforce.Tangen said the Russia-Ukraine conflict could make it difficult to move seafarers in and out and the economic sanctions could make it difficult to pay seafarers from both countries.According to the Seafarer Workforce Report published in 2021 by Baltic and International Maritime Council and International Chamber of Shipping some 1.89 million seafarers are currently operating over 74,000 vessels in the global merchant fleet.Of this total workforce, 198,123 (10.5 percent) of seafarers are Russian of which 71,652 are officers and 126,471 are ratings. Ukraine accounts for 76,442 (four percent) of seafarers of which 47,058 are officers and 29,383 are ratings. Combined they represent 14.5 percent of the global workforce.Reports said at least 100 foreign flagged ships with over 1,000 seafarers have been stuck inside Ukrainian ports with food supplies running low.
Application:Now accepting applications for 2022 Research Vessel (R/V) Lake Guardian Educator Workshops. Description:Two weeklong R/V Lake Guardian Educator Workshops are planned for the summer of 2022:Lake Superior R/V Lake Guardian Educator Workshop Lake Huron R/V Lake Guardian Educator Workshop. R/V Lake Guardian educator workshops typically include two shore educational field or shore stops that focus on locally relevant Great Lakes topics. Funding:Funding for 2022 R/V Lake Guardian Educator Workshops is provided by Environmental Protection Agency Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. Collaborators:The Great Lakes Sea Grant Center for Great Lakes Literacy will receive and review applications.
American 1 Credit Union pledged $16,000 to the Community Involvement Scholarship Program to 16 high school students in 2022. Funded by American 1’s Skip-a-Pay program, the scholarship program has been going strong since 2004. Skip-a-Pay allows credit union members to skip one month’s loan payment for a fee of $25, and a portion of the fee funds the scholarship program. “It’s exhilarating that we crossed that $200,000 milestone with our scholarship program last year,” said Janelle Merritt, Vice President of Community Partnerships at American 1. For more information and an application, visit www.american1cu.org/scholarshipsEstablished in 1950, American 1 Credit Union today serves over 60,000 members with branches in Jackson, Washtenaw, Hillsdale, Calhoun, Lenawee, and Wayne counties.
Over a two-year period, researchers will conduct longitudinal studies of students at three religiously affiliated institutions, five centers or institutes for Christian study that promote spiritual formation and community for college students, and the five secular universities whose students those Christian study centers serve. Institutes or centers for Christian study are organizations and facilities adjacent to campuses that serve students in a shared religious context to think and live as Christians, students and citizens. Researchers hypothesize that Christian study centers adjacent to secular universities are uniquely positioned to provide a hybrid model of educational and religious development. Institutes and centers for Christian study stand to benefit from the research, as researchers will create a toolkit comprised of best-practices for virtue development, along with journal articles, books and more. Additional Baylor research team members include Karen Melton, Ph.D., associate professor in child and family studies; Wade Rowatt, Ph.D., professor of psychology; and Dougherty.
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Malaysia:Nanta: Govt studying the need to review ceiling price of Covid-19 self-test kitsNew approach to address hardcore poor to be introduced in April, says Mustapa MohamedTransport Ministry: Daily VTL-Land quota with Singapore to increase from March 14Dubai's Bin Zayed International to bring RM100bil in FDIs into MalaysiaFood deliveryman almost ends up in tiger's jawsFence-sitters to determine crucial Johor poll: MuhyiddinDusk till dawn sea curfew to be extended on Sabah's east coast, says state's top copOne rescued, three trapped in landslide at Taman Bukit Permai 2Saravanan: Govt vetting 200,000 applications for Bangladeshi workersCurrent fuel subsidy to be reviewed, targeted subsidy for needy instead, says Tengku ZafrulCriminal complaint filed against Spanish arbitrator who awarded RM62.59bil to Sulu sultanate claimants, says Wan JunaidiReopening borders: A momentous occasion for country, says Aviation GroupMMEA seizes boat off Penang, detains 14Singapore:Two Bangladeshis charged over alleged rape of woman in SingaporeNew scholarship for Singapore Malay-Muslim students to pursue careers in financeWorld's first hydrogen-powered ship docks in SingaporeSingapore Customs fines motor vehicle importer S$5.6mil for evading duty and GST on 464 vehiclesThailand:Thai airlines seek nod to add fuel surcharge to domestic flight ticketsThailand makes green push with floating hydro-solar power projectThailand drawing up blueprint for mega project connecting motorways, railwaysThai job seekers warned of organ-poaching gangs in CambodiaThailand records 22,984 Covid-19 cases and 74 deathsSongkhla keen to welcome Malaysian visitors once againIndonesia:Russian tourists in Indonesia without cash as sanctions biteHigh commodity prices may encourage fraud, Indonesian ministry warnsUkraine becomes ‘another divisive issue’ in AseanIndonesia's Merapi spews out volcanic lava and ash, hundreds evacuatePhilippines:Philippines to be pummelled by Russia oil banPolls panel discourages Philippine presidential candidates from holding rafflesE-wallets and illegal activities: InquirerTourism department hopes Philippines can accept all foreign travellers by AprilPhilippines blames Western countries over failing to keep climate financing promisesVietnam:Vietnam looks to address hurdles in agri exports to Russia, UkraineVietnam registers 160,676 new daily Covid casesMyanmar:ESG funds hold US$13.4bil stake in Myanmar military suppliers: reportMyanmar exports over 710,000 tonnes of beans, pulses in 5 monthsCambodia:Cambodian embassy calls for vigilance as Malaysia readies to reopenAnti-tank mine kills Cambodian boy in Battambang tragedyLaos:Laos expects to assume management of Vietnam seaport Vung Ang in JulyLaos targets US$1.55bil in trade surplus in 2022Brunei:Brunei Health Ministry warns against scam callsForum discusses Brunei’s real estate, construction industryAseanplus:Xi's Europe outreach aims to avert east-west clash for ChinaSouth Korea's new president Yoon Suk-yeol faces diplomatic challengesDigital yuan will make payments easier and curb corruption: China Daily contributorNorth Korea's Kim says spy satellites to monitor actions by US and its alliesRocky road lies ahead for new South Korean president Yoon Suk-yeolS. Korea's new first lady: Entrepreneur Kim Keon-hee takes on new roleModi’s party retains hold in India’s key Uttar Pradesh stateNo more bad hair days: HK hair salons, barbershops reopenChinese manufacturer unveils new generation of commercial maglev trainS. Korea's new president to teach 'rude boy' Kim Jong-un some mannersAsia stocks track US, European surge, oil extends losses
The program aims at enhancing the capacity of research and young researchers at UIDepok, West Java (ANTARA) - The University of Indonesia (UI) is cooperating with the University of California (UC Berkeley) U.S. in terms of research supported by the Deposit Insurance Institute (LPS).“The cooperation includes the Visiting Research Young Scholar Program from University of Indonesia to conduct research on energy, bioengineering, and biomedical engineering with top professors at UC Berkeley for one year,” UI’s Rector Prof. Ari Kuncoro noted in a statement here on Thursday.On Saturday, April 23, 2022, UI’s delegation, led by its rector, visited UC Berkeley to sign the cooperation agreement between UI and UC Berkeley.During the visit, the rector was accompanied by Deputy Rector on Human Resources and Asset Dedi Priadi, Cooperation Director Toto Pranoto, UI’s Technic Faculty Dean Heri Hermansyah, and LPS team led by LPS Commissioner Board Chairman Purbaya Yudhi Sadewa.Apart from visiting UC Berkeley, the delegates also paid a working visit to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), two start-up accelerators at Silicon Valley --Mind the Bridge (MTB) and Plug and Play-- and Tesla.The rector noted that the cooperation program was part of the Scholars Engagement Program for Natural Resources-Based Research and Innovation fully funded by LPS.“The program aims at enhancing the capacity of research and young researchers at UI. As its pilot project, the first collaboration will be between UI’s Faculty of Technic and School of Engineering of UC Berkeley,” Kuncoro remarked.LPS’ Commissioner Board Chairman Yudhi Sadewa expressed hope that through the cooperation, UI would produce excellent young researchers, who have strong international exposure and be experienced in conducting research in cutting-edge laboratories.In addition, the program could boost research collaboration and mutual publication between UI and other top-notch institutions at the international scale.
UMaine researchers to present at 2022 AERA annual meetingUniversity of Maine faculty members and graduate students presented or participated in more than 20 different events at the 2022 American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting in San Diego, the world’s largest annual gathering of education scholars and practitioners. Here’s a look at some of the presentations, panels, and other events featuring UMaine researchers:Thursday April 21Assistant professor of curriculum, assessment and instruction Rebecca Buchanan, assistant professor of communication and journalism Liliana Herakova, assistant professor of higher education Leah Hakkola and assistant professor of psychology Mollie Ruben participated in a paper session on “Faculty Development and Learning.” They shared their research, “Expansion and Contraction: Structuring Conversational Sense-Making Around Equity in Higher Education Teaching.”Associate professor of educational leadership Catharine Biddle took part in a roundtable discussion on the “National Rural Education Association Research Agenda, 2022–2027,” as part of a workshop sponsored by the Rural Education Special Interest Group. Mills participated in a business meeting of the Fabulous Famous Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices Special Interest Group. Sunday April 24Professor of higher education Elizabeth Allan and graduate student in higher education Jessica Chubbuck are co-authors with colleagues from Manhattanville College and Husson University of “Walking a Tightrope: Discursive Construction of Leadership During Turbulent Times,” presented at a paper session on “Equitable Education Systems and Organizational Leadership.”Biddle and Dana L. Mitra of Pennsylvania State University presented their project, “Community Activism and Advocacy,” at a symposium on “Maximizing the Policy Relevance of Research for School Improvement.”Assistant Extension professor Andrew Hudacs chaired a NAEP Studies Special Interest Group business meeting. Monday April 25Doctoral student in higher education Sarah Dyer presented her research, “Connecting the Dots: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Discourses from Political Student Organizations’ Tweets,” part of a roundtable session on “Examining Discourses and Responses to Critical Issues.”Biddle was a panelist at an invited speaker session on “K–12 Education Decision Making in the Context of COVID-19,” one of the AERA Presidential Sessions.
We have gradually paid the tuition fees and living costs for our students in Japan, New Zealand, and AustraliaJayapura, Papua (ANTARA) - The Papua Human Resources Development Agency (BPSDM) has paid the tuition fees and living costs of 355 Papuan students currently pursuing higher education at universities in five countries, an official has said.The total reserved funds used for the late payment of tuition fees and living costs reached Rp300 billion, the agency's head, Aryoko A.F. Rumaropen, said in a press statement on Wednesday.Of the total students, 204 are studying at universities in the United States, 68 are pursuing higher education in Australia, 59 in New Zealand, 17 in Canada, and 7 in Japan, he informed.The Papuan students have not only taken up undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs, but also vocational and professional programs, he added. "We have gradually paid the tuition fees and living costs for our students in Japan, New Zealand, and Australia," he said.Rumaropen further said that all students' tuition fees and living costs from January to April 2022 is paid this week. Their scores were lower than Aceh province, which chalked up 71.94.BPS data released in February this year further showed that the poverty rates in Papua and West Papua were recorded at 26.8 percent and 21.7 percent, respectively.Development outcomes also remained inequitable for native Papuan communities as was evident from their low income level and lack of access to education and health services, it said.In the midst of this challenging reality, the government has hinted at its intention to extend the allocation of special autonomy funds for Papua and West Papua by another two decades to accelerate efforts to close the development gap and usher prosperity for all communities in the region. (INE)EDITED BY INE
Graduation time has arrived in Fayette County and the local students of the Class of 2022 will be in the spotlight. This Friday, there are graduations at Miami Trace High School (MTHS) and Fayette Christian School (FCS) beginning at 7 p.m. There are seven graduates in the FCS Class of 2022. This year, there are no ticket requirements or guest restrictions, so the community and alumni are invited to celebrate the WHS Class of 2022. Mary Gerber, WHS https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Gerber-Mary.jpg Mary Gerber, WHS Courtesy photos Mac Miller, WHS https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Miller-Mac.jpg Mac Miller, WHS Courtesy photos Kishan Patel, WHS https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Patel-Kishan.jpeg Kishan Patel, WHS Courtesy photos Tyler Tackage, WHS https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Tackage-Tyler.jpg Tyler Tackage, WHS Courtesy photos Haley Brenner, WHS https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Brenner-Haley.jpeg Haley Brenner, WHS Courtesy photos Ryan Elrich, WHS https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Elrich-Ryan.jpg Ryan Elrich, WHS Courtesy photos Caroline Frederick, WHS https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Frederick-Caroline.jpeg Caroline Frederick, WHS Courtesy photos Hidy Kirkpatrick, MT https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Kirkpatrick_Hidy1.jpg Hidy Kirkpatrick, MT Courtesy photos Kandice Mathews, MT https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Mathews_-Kandice1-1-.jpeg Kandice Mathews, MT Courtesy photos Megan Sheeter, FC https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_MeganSheeter.jpg Megan Sheeter, FC Courtesy photos Emily Moser, MT https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Moser_Emily1.jpg Emily Moser, MT Courtesy photos Emma Seyfang, MT https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_Seyfang_Emma1.jpeg Emma Seyfang, MT Courtesy photos Emily Barker, FC https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/05/web1_EmilyBarker-FC.jpeg Emily Barker, FC Courtesy photosMTHS, FCS commencements this Friday, WHS ceremony May 27
- AFPSingapore:* Three Malaysians arrested for suspected drug offences, S$1.3mil (RM4.14mil) worth of drugs seized* Petrol prices reach new high in Singapore - above RM10 per litre, despite softer oil prices and amid record profits by energy firms* New Singapore-Pacific Alliance trade agreement to focus on tech and sustainability* All Singapore Covid-19 cases in April were of the Omicron variant, says its Ministry of Health* AXA S’pore acquisition to double HSBC’s life insurance market share* Biometric verification for travellers in the works* S’pore hopes for full connectivity with M’sia in months* Oil falls on uncertainty over fuel demand recovery* Asian shares bounce as China moves to boost housingWomen load plastic bottles containing bulk cooking oil provided by the State Logistics Agency (BULOG) at a discounted price, at distribution point in Jakarta on Friday, May 20, 2022. Indonesia is lifting a monthlong ban on palm oil export, citing improvements in the supply and domestic price of bulk cooking oil. President Joko Widodo says exports will resume on Monday. - AFPPhilippines:* Philippines kicks off tightening cycle with first rate hike since 2018 and curb inflationary pressures* Kishida assures Philippines president-elect Marcos of Japan's economic commitment* Philippines' golden girl and weightlifting star Diaz targets Olympic defence after SEA Games gold* Philippines establishes coast guard outposts in disputed sea* Philippines hikes rate for first time since 2018 on price risks* Cracks showing after historic win in the PhilippinesVietnam:* Vietnam reports 1,587 new Covid-19 cases as Hanoi remains the pandemic hotspot on Friday (May 20)* Vietnam court jails ex-health official amid anti-graft drive* TikTok plans big push into gaming, conducting tests in Vietnam* Top securities regulator fired amid Vietnam’s market probe* UN promises support for Vietnam’s energy transition scheme* SEA Games 31: Vietnam and Thailand advance to dream men’s football finalResidents visit their burned homes as fire gutted a poor bayside village in the district of Tondo, Manila, Philippines on Friday, May 20, 2022. Investigators said about 300 families became homeless after the fire that happened Thursday night.
Pathologists and research scientists from Department of Pathology at Yale School of Medicine will be involved in more than 40 presentations and sessions at the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) 2022 Annual Meeting in Los Angeles March 19-24. The presentations, which include poster sessions, platform sessions, interactive microscopy, evening specialty conferences, and short courses, will showcase the latest research advances from more than 50 scientists from Yale Pathology. “Yale Pathology is excited to present the advances from our innovative researchers internationally at the USCAP Annual Meeting,” said Chen Liu, MD, PhD, Chair of Yale Pathology. “I am proud of our faculty representation at USCAP and the discoveries from our scientists, labs, and clinics.”Yale Pathology will be represented throughout the annual meeting at various presentations. Highlights include:March 20He (Peter) Wang, MD, PhD , Associate Professor of Pathology; Director of Anatomic Pathology and Cytopathology, will present on, “The Influence of Race on Electronic Cigarette Use and Cardiovascular Disease.”, Associate Professor of Pathology; Director of Anatomic Pathology and Cytopathology, will present on, “The Influence of Race on Electronic Cigarette Use and Cardiovascular Disease.” Andrea L. Barbieri, MD, Assistant Professor of Pathology, will lead a panel discussion on “Why Pronouns Matter: Understanding the Effect of Implicit Assumptions,” part of USCAP’s new Professional Development Workshop.
As a whole, that means the Saints didn’t get to where they needed to be during the 2021-22 season, head coach Carmen Maciariello said Friday. As that offseason gets going for Siena, Maciariello discussed with The Daily Gazette a variety of topics related to what’s ahead for the Saints. FUTURE LEADERSTwo Saints that impressed during the 2021-22 season were freshmen Jared Billups and Javian McCollum. From its 2021-22 roster, Siena — not counting Gaines — will lose two scholarship players to graduation in Nick Hopkins and Michael Tertsea. Shares 0 EmailCategories: College Sports, Siena College, Sports
“It was a successful season by a lot of standards,” Oats said. “Just the understanding of what it takes to win at this level -- again, they talk about trying to get old, stay old -- we had a lot of young inexperienced guys,” Oats said. “I thought maybe we handled adversity a little -- not quite as well,” Oats said of the season as a whole. It’s a neat group that way.”That sort of leadership never sufficiently emerged for Alabama this season, something Oats made clear after multiple losses this season. “Overall, I’d say we had a successful season just a little disappointed, a little inconsistent, to be honest with you,” Oats said.
Almost a year ago in Indianapolis, Alabama basketball players walked off the court in Hinkle Fieldhouse carrying the burden of having been upset by a No. People want to come here and play for Alabama basketball. People think about Alabama basketball way different.”Then he sent a message to his players returning for the 2021-22 season. The future of Alabama basketball is in a great spot, I would hope.”The message never seemed to be fully received. Despite the disappointing ends to each, the past two seasons have been among the best in Alabama basketball history.
Brent Lavallee came through his hometown baseball programs before taking his career to LouisianaThere will be a distinctive North Delta flavor when the Vancouver Canadians open their 2022 season next month. The Toronto Blue Jays have named Brent Lavallee as the C’s manager for what will be his second season in the organization and first in High-A. The North Delta Minor Baseball alumni has over a decade of coaching and managerial experience to his name. Lavallee was also named the RRAC Coach of the Year in 2017 and 2019. Upon signing with the Blue Jays, Lavallee reflected on his life-changing experience in Louisiana.
Two research scholars of the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) have taken the university to court after they were told to change their research supervisor midstream on the grounds that the guide would superannuate in less than three years. In their petition before the Delhi High Court, the students have alleged the decision is “illegal, unnecessary and mala fide”. In their petition before the HC, the duo said JNU had cited Clause 6.2 of the Ordinances to argue for a change in supervisor. “The Research Supervisor plays a crucial role during the PhD programme, which is highly dependent on the candidate’s rapport, the direction of research, and continuity of guidance. Adding a new person as the primary supervisor may significantly hamper the Petitioners’ ability to complete their research.
The four-star prospect from Frederick Douglass is part of a huge influx in wide receiver talent both from the high school and college levels. Transfer Tayvion Robinson and Javon Baker got a lot of publicity this offseason, but there's a reason Vince Marrow considered Key such an important recruit for such a long time. Cats Illustrated sources have indicated that Key has the look of a player who could make an early impact on the program. Kentucky does not have a lot of size at wide receiver. Rivals.com's Clint Cosgrove provided the following scouting report for Key: "Dane Key is a long and rangy receiver who also happens to be bigger than he looks on film.
Despite its low ratings, Community managed to gain a loyal fanbase that meant the show stayed on air for six incredible seasons. This group of unlikely friends quickly grew into a family. Pierce Hawthorne, a millionaire CEO who decided to join Greendale because he was bored and wanted to "rediscover" himself. The question we are asking fans today is, just how well do you remember those epic moments from the show? Can you match a specific scene to the correct season?
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida State track and field program begins their outdoor season this weekend at the Hurricane Invitational in Miami, Fla., and the Tiger Track Classic in Auburn, Ala. The Noles will send the men’s sprints group to Miami while the distance runners, the jumpers and the throwers are heading to Auburn. The Noles are coming off a solid indoor season where the men finished second at the ACC Indoor Championships and the women finished seventh. Action will begin at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Tiger Track Classic with the men’s hammer throw. For updates and exclusive content, follow the Noles on Twitter (FSU_Track), Instagram (fsu_track) and Facebook (Florida State Track and Field).