Susanne Hamner of Madison is an Assistant Professor of Communication. She previously served as an Ivy Tech adjunct faculty member and online technology coordinator and provided learning center educational generalist support for College Cooperative Southeast. She also worked as marketing director for Trammel Grow Residential Development in its Houston, Texas, Southern California and Indianapolis offices. She earned master’s degrees in communication from Purdue University and human resource development from Indiana State University. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism/public relations from Ball State University. Shelby Hochstrasser of Greendale is an Assistant Professor of Nursing. She has seven years of patient care experience, including as an Emergency Department Registered Nurse and a Vascular Access Registered Nurse at St. Elizabeth Hospital and as a Humana Cares Manager Registered Nurse. She earned her master’s degree in nursing leadership and management and bachelor’s degree in nursing, both from Western Governors University, and an associate degree in nursing from Beckfield College. “Our faculty members have an immense amount of experience and talent to provide Ivy Tech students with a high-quality education that will help them be successful,” said Matthew Probst, Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. “We welcome the new faculty members and look forward to their contributions to our campus and our students’ education.” Amanda Purcell of Aurora is an Assistant Professor and Program Chair of Education. She previously taught language arts at Lawrenceburg High School and was an early College Instructor for the high school and Vincennes University. She received the Philip B. Daghlian High School Teacher of English Award from Indiana University in 2014 and was the Lawrenceburg High School Teacher of the Year the past four years and in 2007. She also received the Lawrenceburg High School Jack Anderson Award in 2010 and 2013. She earned a master’s degree in education from Xavier University and a bachelor’s degree in English from College of Mount St. Joseph. She also completed journalism licensing for the state of Indiana. Lawrenceburg, In. — Ivy Tech Community College Lawrenceburg officials have introduced five new full-time faculty members with substantial experience in nursing, communication, biology and education.Lori Grubbs of Moores Hill is an Assistant Professor of Nursing. She previously worked as an adjunct nursing faculty member for Gateway Community College, Indiana University East and Ivy Tech Richmond. She has nursing experience as a Registered Nurse at St. Elizabeth Health Care and Community Mental Health. She also has worked as a home healthcare provider. She is a Certified Medical-Surgical Registered Nurse and has Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support certification. She earned her master’s degree in nursing from Indiana University Richmond, her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Indiana University East and her associate degree in nursing from Ivy Tech Community College. Andrew Higginbotham of Cincinnati is an Assistant Professor of Physical Science. He previously taught as part of a fellowship at the University of Dayton and was a teaching apprentice at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati. He has experience as an adjunct biology instructor at Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg; Midlands Technical College in Columbus, South Carolina; Longview Community College in Lee’s Summit, Missouri; and Georgia Perimeter College in Covington, Georgia. He is pursuing his doctorate in history of biblical interpretation specializing in early rabbinic thought at Hebrew Unio College-Jewish Institute of Region. He holds a master’s degree in teaching from University of South Carolina, and a master’s in biblical languages and a Master of Divinity from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri. He earned his bachelor’s degree in biology at the University of South Carolina.
Read Also: Video: Bruce tried to tap up De Bruyne during post-match interviewKoike has been heavily involved in preparations for the Games, travelling to Rio for the handover ceremony after the last Summer Olympics.Earlier this month, she told AFP that the rescheduled Olympics will be safe despite the coronavirus pandemic, pledging a “120-percent effort” to ensure the first-ever postponed Games can go ahead. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Just over half of Tokyo’s residents don’t think the postponed 2020 Olympics should be held next year, backing either a further delay or outright cancellation because of fears over the coronavirus, according to a poll published Monday.Tokyo 2020 became the first Olympics postponed in peacetime earlier this year as the coronavirus pandemic took holdThe survey carried out by two Japanese news organisations is only a single data point, but comes after health experts warned that even a year’s delay may not be sufficient to hold the Games safely.The poll conducted over the weekend found 51.7 percent of respondents hope the Games in 2021 are postponed again or cancelled, while 46.3 percent want to see the rescheduled Olympics go ahead.Among those opposed to a 2021 Games, 27.7 percent said they want them cancelled altogether, while 24.0 percent would prefer a second postponement.The telephone poll, conducted by Kyodo News and Tokyo MX television between June 26-28, received 1,030 replies.Of those who said they want to see the Games held next year, 31.1 percent said the event should be in a scaled-back form, including without spectators, while 15.2 percent said they wanted to see a full-blown Olympics.Tokyo 2020 was postponed in March as the coronavirus spread across the globe, causing the worst disruption to the Olympics since two editions were cancelled during World War II.The Games are now scheduled to begin on July 23, 2021, although they will still be known as the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.Officials from Japan and the International Olympic Committee have warned it will not be possible to postpone again, and even the year-long delay has created significant financial and logistical headaches.The poll, conducted ahead of the Tokyo gubernatorial election on July 5, also found incumbent Yuriko Koike leading her opponents “by a large margin”.Her precise lead was not specified, in keeping with a media tradition of not publishing polling figures in the days before a vote. Promoted Content7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World7 Breathtaking Train Stations Around The Globe7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopThe Best Cars Of All Time6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith
David Moyes insists his Manchester United recruitment drive remains on track despite missing out on Barcelona midfielder Thiago Alcantara. United had been heavily linked with the Spain Under-21 star, who seemed certain to join the Red Devils after deciding he needed to leave the Nou Camp in order to further his World Cup ambitions. Instead, Thiago’s former boss Pep Guardiola has stepped in, with the player now looking certain to join Bayern Munich. Despite the disappointment, Moyes remains resolute in his squad-building strategy. “I never said at any time he was,” said Moyes, when asked if the Spain Under-21 star remained a target. “There are people we are actively chasing and we are happy with the way things are going.” It does appear Benfica defender Ezequiel Garay has agreed to join United though, with reports claiming a transfer is imminent, although there has been no official word from either club. Moyes has his first match to focus on, against Singha All Stars on Saturday, although the subject of a departed player, Wayne Rooney, remains high on the agenda, much to the Scot’s frustration. Rooney may be back home in England, his pre-season tour ended after less than 24 hours with a grade one hamstring tear that will keep him on the sidelines for up to three weeks, but the questions about his future keep on coming. In the latest instance the trigger was a comment from Jose Mourinho, who landed in Bangkok on Friday and took even less time than Rooney was in the country to make his presence felt. Whilst, declared Jose, it was not proper to talk about the player of another club, neither was he prepared to stay silent. “You know me,” said Mourinho. “It is not in my character to speak to you with a little bit of hypocrisy. I always say what I think and, being fast and direct, I like him very much.” Moyes was weary of repeating himself over Rooney. “Unless I was speaking double Dutch, I have said ‘Wayne Rooney is not for sale’,” he said. “I have really covered all the things on Wayne.” Press Association