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Richard Ivey Building / Hariri Pontarini Architects

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Doron Meinhard, Siva Thiruvampalam, Jeff Strauss, Howard Wong, Patrick Cox, Michael Attard, Dominique Cheng, Jimmy Cho, Michael Conway, John Cook, Gustavo Corredor, Jimmy Farrington, Joanne Heinen, Andrew Jones, Caroline Kim, Sam Laffin, Rico Law, Noberto Rodriguez, George Simionopoulos, Marco Travaglini, Eric Tse, Rolando Valentin

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From the architect. A truly great school of business has three dimensions: it must attract, it must inspire, and it must build a rich sense of community. Therefore, when Hariri Pontarini Architects (HPA) was chosen—from an international competition— to design the new Richard Ivey Building for the Ivey Business School at Western University, the goal was to create an environment that would enable the school to be competitive on the global stage while also celebrating the university’s Gothic architecture and heritage, and adding a signature building to the City of London.

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Conceptual Approach:
Conceptualized as a geode, the building uses stone to expresses a strong exterior gravitas that relates to the form and materiality that Western campus is known for, while the verdant central quadrangle, full of vibrancy and warmth is preserved for the inner experience of the school.

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Design Approach:
HPA approached the design from the inside out, capturing what is meaningful and singular about the Ivey Business School to build community and reflect its unique team-based learning approach. The three storey structure uses a central quadrangle as the primary organizing element, with a full-height Great Hall anchoring the main circulation. The distribution of twenty case-study classrooms and adjacent breakout rooms around this central quadrangle encourages interaction and collaboration both in- and-out of the classroom, and provides a powerful architectural armature for the Ivey Program and an organizing device for the Ivey community.

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A gradation from the active to the contemplative informs the distribution of additional program elements; the eastern wing contains the main entrance, amphitheatre, and the Great Hall. Moving through the building westward, spaces become increasingly quiet as one approaches the Library.

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Ground Floor Plan

The building’s materials—stone, concrete, glass, copper, steel, walnut, and Douglas fir—were selected for their elemental and timeless qualities.

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A Sense of Place:
The siting of Ivey at the active corner of Western Road and Brescia Road, an important intersection, creates an iconic signature building with views back to the main campus roundabout, and out into the landscaped grounds to the north. Setting the stage for the expansion of the university between the core of the main campus and the outlying colleges. Our design, based on the time-honoured archetype of designing around a quadrangle created a building that is economical, optimizes natural light and minimizes its footprint.

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Functional connections with the city and university are improved by clarifying parking and access: student/professor parking via a clear path from the west to the main entry, and visitor parking from the east service road, which is also the means of discreetly servicing the building. A bicycle parking area near the front entrance, and a path leading directly from the Western bus stop provide safe, direct connections to the building entry. In addition, the path from the off-site perimeter parking also leads to the main entrance. Servicing occurs from the shared west driveway, eliminating the need for additional access of the busy Western Road.

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Landscape:
Inspired by the City of London ’s reputation as the “Forest City”, the main approach to the building is lined with trees. The existing landscape is preserved and enhanced, particularly the sweeping arc of trees along Brescia Road. Western Road is reinforced by the deliberate siting of the building, while its fast moving nature is also acknowledged by a stone garden wall that creates a buffer. The remaining perimeter landscape of the building is serene and is an ideal space for “thinking in motion” and mind clearing breaks. Low, cut-stone walls in front of the main entrance ramp set off the rough stone of the amphitheatre enclosure and another garden wall protects the dining pavilion. Two smaller protected gardens extend from the Reading Room and the Dining Pavilion. The idyllic and peaceful campus landscape is a contrast to the livelier interior of the Richard Ivey Building.

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Sustainability and Accessibility:
Strategies and various technologies were employed to achieve a sustainable design. Low-emitting argon windows in thermal frames, lighting occupancy sensors, and heat recovery on ventilated air help improve energy performance by 51%. Efficient washroom features reduce potable water use by 58% and landscaping that favours native species are part of a strategy that extends a “Forest City” sensibility across the entire site. The building is registered and is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification.

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A secure and healthy workplace includes a compact plan with controlled entry points and access to a courtyard. The quadrangle layout of the building maximizes natural light—75% of spaces have access to daylight and operable windows allow cross-ventilation throughout. During construction, 81% of waste was diverted from landfill. Full barrier-free design makes all building areas and landscape paths equally accessible and enjoyable to
all users.

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Community and Identity:
The new Richard Ivey Building supports the Ivey community at all scales and reinforces the Ivey signature by anchoring education in community. Built for quiet contemplation as well as collaboration, HPA’s design attracts, inspires, and unites the school. The new building respects the past by using a contemporary application of timeless materials which echoes the Western University campus tradition. Its siting and massing establish a clear direction for future campus growth while creating a beacon in Western’s renowned forested landscape and a signature building along a main city thoroughfare.

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Accelerated BSN

  • Available on Jackson, Germantown and Hendersonville Campuses

Union University School of Nursing offers a 15 month Bachelor of Science in Nursing Accelerated (BSNA) degree track for non-nurses who have a bachelor’s degree in another field or are at least 24 years of age and have completed general educational requirements but did not previously complete a bachelor’s degree.

Admission Criteria

  • GPA of 3.0 for the last 60 hours of coursework
  • Grades of C or higher required for all Natural Science, Social Science, Math & English courses
  • If you are not a U.S. citizen, an international application must be completed and submitted with the BSN application.
    • All international transcripts must be evaluated by an accredited evaluating agency found at the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services’ website: www.naces.org

Please note – Below is a list of the required prerequisites and general education for ALL applicants. We prefer these courses be completed prior to the application deadline. However, these courses may be “in progress” as of the application deadline.

Required Pre-requisites

NOTE: We are currently working on curriculum changes related to these prerequisites, and we should have the final information up by 6/15/2017.

Applicants WITH an earned bachelor degree in another field:

BIO 221: Anatomy Physiology (within last 5 years)

Total Credit Hours: 73

Contact Information

Admissions Checklist

*Please allow at least 2-4 weeks after application has been submitted for verification in NursingCAS. Applications that are not verified will not be fully reviewed by Nursing Admissions. Applicants will be notified by email when their application is under review.

*Please note: If you are applying to the Traditional 4-year BSN program. please contact Undergraduate Admissions at 731-661-5100.

*Upon acceptance into the program, the following items must be completed:

  • Current CPR certification (Must be American Heart Association, Healthcare Provider)
  • Physical exam form & immunization record
  • Clear urine drug screen
  • Clear criminal background check

School of Nursing at Union University

Jackson Campus
1050 Union University Drive | Jackson, TN 38305
Germantown Campus
2745 Hacks Cross Road | Germantown, TN 38138
Hendersonville Campus
205 Indian Lake Blvd. | Hendersonville, TN 37075

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Louisville Slugger Independence Day Tournament!

Effective Friday, December 5th the Independence Day Tournament (IDT) will be working with both the Boulder Convention and Visitors Bureau (Boulder CVB) and Traveling Teams, Inc. (TTI) to provide housing for the 2015 tournament. If you have not already secured your rooms for the 2015 tournament, click on the links below for an updated list of available properties.

Lodging Details: A minimum of 8 rooms per night per team must be booked. Any team booking less than 8 rooms per night thru either the Boulder CVB or TTI may exercise a “Buyout Option” of $1000 per team and secure their own accommodations. Reservations will not be accepted directly thru the hotels. Hotel rooms are filling very quickly so click on the links below as soon as possible to secure accommodations.

Weather Updates: The fastest weather updates will be from twitter. You do not need a twitter account to receive updates.

Text follow idtweather to 40404 You will then receive weather updates if there are weather related problems. We have been blessed with outstanding weather for many years but we seem to currently be experiencing late afternoon rain and lightning.

Follow our Twitter Page for Tournament Updates.

The 2014 Louisville Slugger Independence Day Tournament is full and we are no longer accepting entries. 2014 entries were accepted until Friday, September 20, 2013 Lousiville university

The 2014 tournament will run from Wednesday, July 2nd through Sunday, July 6th. The 2014 tournament will mark the 18th year for the event to be held in Boulder and the surrounding area. The event has a national tournament flavor and level of competition. This year we will have one hundred twelve 18U and forty eight 16U teams competing. Teams will represent all regions of the country, from coast to coast and border to border. One of the main objectives of the tournament is to provide participating girls an opportunity to perform for those college coaches in attendance. In 2013, 360 coaches checked in at the tournament, representing all levels of collegiate softball.

In 2014 we will host three separate events as follows:

BOULDER will host an 80 team 18U tournament to be played at the Stazio Complex (7 fields) and the East Mapleton Complex (3 fields) in Boulder. Fields are provided and maintained by the City of Boulder, Parks and Recreation Department.

LOUISVILLE will host a separate 32 team 18U tournament which will be played at the Louisville Sports Complex, fields provided and maintained by the City of Louisville. The top six finishers will earn spots in the 2015 Boulder tournament.

LONGMONT will host the 16U 48 team tournament. Games will be played at the Garden Acres Complex and Clark Centennial Park in Longmont. The fields are provided and maintained by the city of Longmont.

Lousiville universityThere is a seven game guarantee for all participating teams. All teams will play two pool games per day on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Pool play results are used to seed teams into a single elimination bracket to be played on Saturday and Sunday. Sunday games for all three tournaments will be played in Boulder at the Stazio Complex with Championship games scheduled to start at 1:00pm.

College players will not be allowed to participate in the tournament

Teams will not be allowed to “play up” in either age group

A player may only compete for one team during the tournament. This includes both pool and bracket play.

Please address any tournament related issues, questions or concerns to:

Dan Burns Tournament Director 303-442-7373 [email protected]

HEALTH AND SAFETY

Stadium Medical, Inc. will be providing EMT and paramedic support at all playing sites. Please seek them out for help with any injuries and advice on prevention. At this altitude it’s important to avoid dehydration by drinking lots of fluids and to avoid sunburn by using sun Lousiville universityscreen.

MOSQUITO CONTROL. In the past, the mosquito-borne West Nile virus has been present in Colorado. You should protect yourself. Especially during the dusk and evening hours, use DEET-enhanced mosquito repellent and wear long sleeves and pants.

One of the very attractive aspects of the tournament is the locale — the City of Boulder. Boulder is a special place to visit. It sits at the base of the Rocky Mountain foothills with a population of about 100,000 and is the home of the University of Colorado. Rocky Mountain National Park is about an hour’s drive to the northwest (you can throw snowballs in July) and Denver is about 30 minutes southeast. The pedestrian-only, outdoor downtown mall offers local culture from street performers to outdoor cafes. The many recreational opportunities range from inline skating or jogging along the Boulder Creek path to riding the many mountain bike trails in the foothills.

We are pleased that Louisville Slugger is again our primary sponsor, as it has been since the inception of the tournament. Diamond Sports provides the optic yellow tournament balls. The tournament is organized and hosted by the Boulder Competitive Girls Softball Organization, an all-volunteer organization. All profits derived from the tournament go to support girls softball in Boulder.


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Salisbury University – Social Work – Welcome to the Social Work Department! #salisbury #university,

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Welcome to the Social Work Department!

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A Special Note to New BASW MSW Students:

Important information regarding orientation and the required online skills training course can be found here . We look forward to seeing you the week of August 14, 2017!

Graduating?

Have you applied to Graduate? Spring graduates apply by Nov. 15th – Fall graduates apply by May 15th. Applications are processed through your Gullnet account via the drop down box in the middle of your student center.

Good Neighbor Graduate Scholarship allows eligible students to enroll in graduate programs at Salisbury University and its satellite locations and apply for support to cover a portion of the non-resident graduate tuition at SU. Recipients of the Good Neighbor Graduate Scholarship will receive a discount equal to 75% of the difference between the graduate program’s resident and non-resident tuition rate per semester credit hour. This discount is only valid for students currently residing in contiguous counties to SU’s main campus or satellite location. This discount does not apply to online courses. All participants are responsible for mandatory fees. Find the application here.

MSW Candidates: Check out this video (click HERE ) which demonstrates how to properly put on your hood.

About the Department

Social work is a profession devoted to helping people function the best they can in their environment. Social workers are people who care about people who want to make a difference. The Social Work Department began in 1974 to serve the needs of Maryland and the neighboring states, and since then it has grown to include the dual-degree program with the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 1990 and a new Master of Social Work Program launched in 2001. In 2006, the Department expanded to include satellite programs at Cecil College Northeast campus, the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center at Chesapeake College and the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown campus and in 2013 to the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center in California, Maryland. All of SU’s undergraduate and graduate social work programs are fully accredited by the Council of Social Work Education, a must for earning licensure.

Mission Vision

The Social Work Department at Salisbury University is dedicated to excellence in the education of professional social workers at the baccalaureate and masters level. Both programs are committed to student-centeredness and active community engagement in the pursuit of social and economic justice. Therefore, the mission of the department is to prepare competent social work professionals for beginning level generalist and advanced direct practice with individuals, families, and groups. In addition, the program will provide regional leadership in the provision of professional development, service, consultation, and research to advance the well-being of the region served and will contribute to the expansion of social work knowledge.

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College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management – College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport

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College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management

Retailing

Shopping is about more than what you buy—it’s how a shopping experience makes you feel. Our students get outside the classroom and learn how great retailing experiences are created from leading industry faculty and partners.Learn more


  • Sport and Entertainment Management

    Arenas host everything from concerts to basketball games to monster truck rallies. Our students get behind the scenes with world-class faculty and industry professionals to learn how everything comes together to create unforgettable fan experiences.Learn more


  • Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management

    When it comes to hospitality, quality and attention to detail are what elevates the guest experience. We apply that same philosophy to our programs by giving students the opportunity to learn from the top industry experts of the world — from master sommeliers to high end hotel and restaurant owners and more.Learn more

    Students from the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management become industry leaders. We invite you to explore our programs and learn more about who we are.

    Your job shouldn’t just pay the bills. It should be an opportunity to explore your passion and inspire a lifetime of learning and growth.

    At the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management (HRSM), you’ll gain industry-specific, management-focused education, preparing you to step immediately into the career that you’re truly passionate about. Our college supports four primary fields of study including Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management; Interdisciplinary Studies; Retailing; and Sport and Entertainment Management.

    While you’re here with us, we will help you shape an experience that can be as unique and exciting as you choose to make it, so buckle up and prepare to experience the ride of your life!

    Dream. Create. Connect. Lead.

    Whether you aspire to be an executive with a world-class resort in the Caribbean or you dream of being a buyer for a major fashion retailer in New York City, you are ultimately responsible for creating your own success. Well, kind of. Success comes a lot easier when you have the right connections!

    So, even though it takes some hard work — ok, maybe a lot of hard work — the College of HRSM can offer you the tools and support you need to become a successful leader in whatever career path you choose to pursue. Experience HRSM for yourself. It’s unlike anything else.

    International Ranking

    Retailing

    #4 Worldwide Research by International Journal of Retail Distribution Management, 2017

    New Director Announced

    Drew Martin

    Drew Martin, Ph.D. has been named the new director of HRSM’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management, and will join the college on July 1, 2017.

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    Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.

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  • Public Health #umass, #umass #amherst, #umass #at #amherst, #university #of #massachusetts, #university #of #massachusetts

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    Public Health Sciences

    The Public Health Sciences undergraduate degree program in the University of Massachusetts School of Public Health and Health Sciences is among the most comprehensive programs in New England. Public health faculty members are experts in many pressing public health concerns such as obesity and diabetes prevention, women’s health, global health, aging and healthy living, and environmental health concerns. The Public Health Sciences major prepares students for entry-level public health positions; graduate programs; and medical, physician assistant, and nursing school.

    Departments and Programs

    In the Spotlight

    UMass Amherst has named Public Health Sciences senior Meghan Berry among this year’s 21st Century Leaders. The university honors a group of graduating seniors each year for their exemplary achievement, initiative and leadership.

    Sara J. Hickey, a senior majoring in public health, legal studies and French, was honored at the State House during the state Department of Higher Education’s “29 Who Shine” ceremony saluting public campus graduates for their civic and academic achievements.


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    Cyber Security Computer Forensics with Mathematics joint honours (G4G1 and G4GC). Other combinations may require specific A-levels (contact our Admissions Co-ordinator for further details). General Studies not normally accepted in tariff.
  • Plus GCSE A* C (or comparable numeric score under the newly reformed GCSE grading): five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics (grade B).
  • Other entry routes

    • Computing and Mathematics foundation year.
    • We will consider a range of alternative qualifications or experience that is equivalent to the typical offer. Applications from international students with equivalent qualifications are welcome. Please contact us for details.

    Entry requirements for 2018

    Typical offer

    • Points: a minimum of 112 points from two A-Levels or equivalent qualifications
    • Minimum of two A-Level subjects.
    • General Studies not normally accepted in tariff.
    • Plus five GCSEs A* C (or comparable numeric score under the newly reformed GCSE grading): five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics and Science.

    Other entry routes

    • Computing and Mathematics foundation year.
    • We will consider a range of alternative qualifications or experience that is equivalent to the typical offer. Applications from international students with equivalent qualifications are welcome. Please contact us for details.

    If you don’t meet the above entry requirements our International Foundation Year can prepare you for entry progression onto this degree course.

    English language requirements

    All non-UK applicants must meet our English language requirements. For this course it is Academic IELTS of 6.0 overall, with no element below 5.5. Please make sure you read our full guidance about English language requirements. which includes details of other qualifications we’ll consider.

    Applicants who do not meet the English language requirements may be eligible to join our pre-sessional English language course .

    Applicants from one of the recognised Majority English Speaking Countries (MESCs) do not need to meet these requirements.

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    Updated: Friday, July 21 2017 2:01 PM EDT 2017-07-21 18:01:28 GMT

    While O.J. Simpson was celebrating the parole board’s decision to set him free, there were some who wondered whether it was another example of the former football star getting away with it. Fred and Kim Goldman are the father and sister of Ron Goldman, who was killed along with Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994. They say Thursday s hearing was troubling and eye opening. Simpson was acquitted of the two murders, but his former sister in law says it hardly means he’.

    While O.J. Simpson was celebrating the parole board’s decision to set him free, there were some who wondered whether it was another example of the former football star getting away with it. Fred and Kim Goldman are the father and sister of Ron Goldman, who was killed along with Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994. They say Thursday s hearing was troubling and eye opening. Simpson was acquitted of the two murders, but his former sister in law says it hardly means he’.

    WNKY News

    Updated: Friday, July 21 2017 1:59 PM EDT 2017-07-21 17:59:04 GMT

    A judge has ruled in federal court, requiring Kentucky to pay money to the same sex couples that were denied marriage licenses by Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis. The American civil liberties union filed the lawsuit on behalf of the same sex couples. US district court judge David Bunning ruled against Davis and the county, awarding the couples over 220 thousand dollars in attorney’s fees and over two thousand dollars in court costs. There’s no word yet if the state, county or Da.

    A judge has ruled in federal court, requiring Kentucky to pay money to the same sex couples that were denied marriage licenses by Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis. The American civil liberties union filed the lawsuit on behalf of the same sex couples. US district court judge David Bunning ruled against Davis and the county, awarding the couples over 220 thousand dollars in attorney’s fees and over two thousand dollars in court costs. There’s no word yet if the state, county or Da.

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    Updated: Friday, July 21 2017 1:56 PM EDT 2017-07-21 17:56:37 GMT

    A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing Eden North Carolina man. Eden Police say 55-year-old Phillip Ray Wood, Jr. was last seen on July 15 leaving his home. He left in a 2014 silver Nissan Murano with North Carolina license plate number DDR-8190. Eden Police say Wood was on his way to a job site here Bowling Green but he never showed up. And his friends and family have not yet heard from him. Officials believe Mr. Wood could have been suffering from dementia.

    A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing Eden North Carolina man. Eden Police say 55-year-old Phillip Ray Wood, Jr. was last seen on July 15 leaving his home. He left in a 2014 silver Nissan Murano with North Carolina license plate number DDR-8190. Eden Police say Wood was on his way to a job site here Bowling Green but he never showed up. And his friends and family have not yet heard from him. Officials believe Mr. Wood could have been suffering from dementia.

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    Updated: Friday, July 21 2017 8:24 AM EDT 2017-07-21 12:24:41 GMT


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    International Journal of Business Science and Applied Management (IJBSAM) #academic #journal, #business #science, #applied

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    International Journal of
    Business Science and Applied Management

    Aiming to be the de facto business and management open access journal!

    Authors are invited to submit theoretical and empirical papers in all categories of business such as e-business, general management, international business, strategy, marketing, supply chain management, organization studies, entrepreneurship, enterprise, innovation and human resource management. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but rather an indication of the areas of concern of the journal.

    We welcome paper submissions on the basis that the material has not been published elsewhere. We also aim to develop a journal that will appeal to both business and management practitioners. On that basis, papers that include practical applications to any business and management field are welcomed.

    We endeavour to provide rapid and informative feedback to authors. Our objective is to obtain reviews from referees within 10 weeks of the initial paper submission. For the author guidelines and for submitting an article please click here. We are looking forward to receiving quality submissions for our forthcoming volumes. In 2014 we received about 250 papers out of which we only accepted about 4%, after a rigorous double blind review process. All papers are available for free as we are an open access journal.

    Recently Published Papers

    Simulation and assessment of agricultural biomass supply chain systems

    Agricultural biomass supply chain consists of a number of interacted sequential operations affected by various variables, such as weather conditions, machinery systems, and biomass features. These facts make the process of biomass supply chain as a complex system that requires computational tools, e.g. simulation and mathematical models, for their.

    Sustainable wine supply chain and entrepreneurship. The exploitation of by-products in a waste management process

    The sustainability issue has been acknowledged as a universal contemporary challenge within an entirely new, unprecedented and irreversible global economic, social, cultural and physical contemporary environment. Critical role plays the interdisciplinary Supply Chain Management (SCM) and its advance to sustainable SCM and more recently to green SCM. The field of.

    Innovative Agrifood Supply Chain Network:Leading to traditional, “back to the future” foods

    The agrifood sector is faced with major challenges that arise from changes in the sector’s economic and non- economic environments, to changes in consumers’ lifestyles, from global increases in food consumption, to diminishing production base and now days from the not stable political and economic situation and the continuous global.

    Conceptual design of a telecommunications equipment container for humanitarian logistics

    Preparedness addresses the strategy in disaster management that allows the implementation of successful operational response immediately after a disaster. With speed as the main driver, product design for humanitarian aid purposes is a key factor of success in situations of high uncertainty and urgency. Within this context, a telecommunications container (.

    Do freight transport time savings translate to benefit for transport consuming companies?

    It is common practice in Benefit – Cost analysis to consider freight transport time savings (FTTS) as a benefit for both transport producing and consuming companies. While transportation projects and policies resulting in FTTS are expected to have a positive effect on carriers’ performance reducing time related transport costs and.

    Editorial: Supply Chain Management

    This special issue has followed up the 3rd Olympus International Conference on Supply Chains held on Athens Metropolitan Expo, November 7 ?>

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    Tuesday November 7,2017.

    Tuesday February 20,2018.

    Fall 2017 Important Dates

    Graduation Application (student)
    GAPP Form (faculty/advisor)

    Submission Deadline Friday September 9,2017

    Application, Receipt, and GAPP Form must be received in ADM 200

    Thesis/Dissertation Submission Deadline for Review by Office of Graduate Professional Studies

    Submit Thesis/Dissertation and all Forms via ProQuest
    Dissertations. October 1, 2017. Theses. October 28, 2017.
    Last date to upload copy of thesis/dissertation that has been approved by committee and advisor and associated forms to ProQuest site for review.

    Spring 2018 Important Dates

    Graduation Application (student)

    GAPP Form (faculty/advisor)

    Submission Deadline Friday February 3, 2018.

    Application, Receipt, and GAPP Form must be received in ADM 200

    Thesis/Dissertation Submission Deadline for Review by Office of Graduate Professional Studies

    Submit Thesis/Dissertation and all Forms via ProQuest

    Dissertations. March 1, 2018. Theses. March 31, 2018.
    Last date to upload copy of thesis/dissertation that has been approved by committee and advisor and associated forms to ProQuest site for review.

    Summer 2018 Important Dates

    Graduation Application (student)

    GAPP Form (faculty/advisor)

    Submission Deadline Thursday June 22, 2018.

    Application, Receipt, and GAPP Form must be received in ADM 200

    Thesis/Dissertation Submission Deadline for Review by Office of Graduate Professional Studies

    Submit Thesis/Dissertation and all Forms via ProQuest

    Dissertations. June 1, 2018. Theses. June 30, 2018.
    Last date to upload copy of thesis/dissertation that has been approved by committee and advisor and associated forms to ProQuest site for review.


    Thirty Four New Members were inducted in CSU’s Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Lambda, the National Honor Society of Graduate and Professional Students at the Spring Honors Convocation on April 20. Students are eligible if they are leaders in graduate student organizations services and are in the upper 35% of the GPA distribution in their College. President and EdD student LaVonna Williams and Faculty Advisor Dr. Paula Carney inducted new members

    Chicago State University School of Graduate Professional Studies holds accreditation from The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) more