FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSam Merrill had to wait a while, but eventually he heard his name called at the 2020 NBA Draft, going 60th to the New Orleans Pelicans.Merrill was taken with the final pick of this year’s draft and it was announced that he would be dealt to the Milwaukee Bucks. Merrill was regarded as one of the best shooters in this year’s draft. He averaged 19.7 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 3.9 assists as a senior. Merrill finished his career at Utah State as the Aggies second leading scorer and No. 2 on the all time assists leaderboard.Former BYU star Yoeli Childs did not hear his name called on draft night. Childs reportedly interviewed with 29 of the 30 NBA teams and is considered a highly sought after undrafted free agent.Multiple reports state that Childs is in discussions with a handful of teams and has yet to determine a landing spot.Childs averaged 22.2 points, 9 rebounds, and 2 assists in his final season in Provo. Tags: BYU Cougars Basketball/Milwaukee Bucks/Sam Merrill/Utah State Aggies Basketball/Yoeli Childs Robert Lovell November 19, 2020 /Sports News – Local Sam Merrill taken 60th in the draft; Yoeli Childs undrafted Written by
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Biologist for Cell Culture Process Development Chief Business Officers & Vice Presidents Not specified Full Time jobs in Columbia Salary Not Specified JH at Howard CountyHospital LinkedIn Laboratory Technician Facebook Share Johns Hopkins University Johns Hopkins University Administrative Not specified Full Time jobs in Columbia You need to sign in or create an account to save Business & Administrative Affairs Not specified Full Time jobs in Columbia Johns Hopkins University GeneralSummary/PurposeTheclinicalsocialworkerprovidesservicesandcontinuityofcaretoclients/patientsseenintheHowardCountyGeneralHospitalOutpatientPsychiatryDepartment.Psychiatricevaluationanddiagnosisofpsychiatricdisorders.Workswithmulti-disciplinaryteaminthePsychiatryDepartmenttoprovidequalitypsychiatricservice.IsknowledgeableofMentalHealthResourcesinMarylandandproficientinformulatingandimplementingtreatmentanddispositionplans.Documentsallclinicalactivity inaccordancewithJohnsHopkins,and StateofMarylandregulations.Specific Duties &ResponsibilitiesOutpatient Practice:·Performspsychiatricassessment,formulatesdiagnosisandinconsultationwithreferringphysicianrecommendsandcompletesappropriatedisposition.· Provide psychotherapy to outpatients with avariety of psychiatricconditions.Generate bills for servicesprovided in accordance with Johns Hopkins Clinical PracticeAssociation Guidelines.·Reviewschart,obtainsallinsuranceauthorizationsnecessarybeforeprovidingservicetopatient.Contactsnecessaryinsuranceproviders’andobtainsauthorizationsneededtocompletedispositionanddocumentsonchart.·Interviewpatientandperformspsychosocialassessment,mentalstatusexaminationandpastpsychiatrichistory.·Contactsfamilyoranycollateralinformantsnecessarytoprovideinformationnecessarytocompleteanassessment.Formulatesanappropriatetreatment/dispositionplanforpatient.·DevelopsknowledgebaseofMentalHealthServiceSystemnecessarytomakesthemostappropriateclinicaldisposition.·Effectivelytroubleshootsallsystemswhenproblemsarise ineffectingaclinicallynecessarydisposition.·Assuresthat allappropriatedocumentationiscompleteaccordingtostandardstocarryouttreatment/dispositionplan.Specific Duties &ResponsibilitiesEmergency Department (Periodic Rotation to ED maybe required) Apply(This will open in a new window from which you will be automatically redirected to an external site after 5 seconds) The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to apre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office at [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply depending on whichcampus you will work. 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Must maintain licensure throughoutduration of employment.Preferredqualifications:2 or more yearsexperience.PreferredQualificationsWorkrequirestheknowledgeoftheories,principles,andconceptstypicallyacquiredthroughcompletionofaMaster’sdegreeinSocialWork.Workrequirestheanalyticalskillstoresolveproblemsthatrequiretheuseofbasicscientific,mathematical,ortechnicalprinciples.Workrequirestheabilitytocommunicateeffectivelybothorallyandinwritingandprovideempathyindifficultinterpersonalsituations.Special Knowledge, Skills, andAbilitiesReachingbyextendinghand(s)orarm(s)inanydirectionAbilitytostand,walkorsitforanextendedperiodoftimeFingerdexterityrequiredtomanipulateobjectswithfingersratherthanwithwholehand(s)orarm(s),forexample,usingakeyboardCommunicationskillsusingthespokenwordAbilitytoseewithinnormalparametersAbilitytohearwithinnormalrangeWorkrequiresoccasionallyusingakeyboardtointeractwithcomputersystem.Workrequiresproofreadingand/orreviewingdocumentsClassified Title:Clinical SocialWorkerWorking Title: CO Clinical SocialWorker Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/MC Starting Salary Range:$45,195 – $62,225; Commensuratewith experienceEmployee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm, Up to 37.5 hoursper week Exempt Status: ExemptLocation: 26-MD:JH at Howard County Hospital Department name: 60005007-PSYCHIATRY COMMUNITY HOSPITALSPersonnel area: School of MedicineThe successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject toa pre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply dependingon which campus you will work. 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Gluten-free bakery brand Mrs Crimble’s has unveiled another string of listings in major retailers.Its Jam Coconut Rings, Dutch Apple Cakes and Original Cheese Crackers will be found in 500 Co-op stores from next week.All Asda stores will be selling its Mini Choc Orange Macaroons, and Sundried Tomato Cheese Crackers, while its Original Cheese Crackers will be stocked in a number of additional Tesco stores.Earlier this year, the firm announced its first major orders from Australia and Denmark, as well as a number of new deals with retailers in the Middle East as it looks to increase exports to 15% of turnover in the next three years.>>Mrs Crimble’s ramps up gluten-free exports
If fans of the hit TV series “Glee” are looking for the show’s signature combination of song, dance and drama at Notre Dame, they will only find one of those features in Notre Dame’s own Glee Club. “Usually when I tell people I’m in Glee Club, they ask me if it’s like the show and I tell them it’s not,” Kyle Nieman, co-vice president of the club, said. “We definitely don’t dance.” Although distinct differences exist between the fictional New Directions of “Glee” and the 70-member, all-male Glee Club at Notre Dame, the latter has not changed their group identity to match the choir stereotype created by the show. “A lot of the guys in the club love ‘Glee,’ and others think it’s the most ridiculous thing in the world,” Michael Eardley, co-vice president of the Glee Club, said. “We haven’t changed our identity because the group has been successful long before Fox created ‘Glee,’ and the show reinforces what we are and were already doing.” A major factor in the Glee Club’s traditional formula for success has been its characteristically hectic Christmas season, which included two performances at the Snite Museum of Art in the past two weeks and Christmas caroling in women’s residence halls at Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s. “Caroling in the girls’ dorms at Notre Dame went from 6 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday,” Nieman said. “It’s a huge time commitment, but it’s a lot of fun.” The club’s busiest time of year coincides with the busiest time of the semester in terms of schoolwork, but both Nieman and Eardley agreed that being busy with Glee Club provides an escape from the stress of papers and tests. “Even though this is the time when we all have the most homework, everyone wants Glee to sing for their events,” Eardley said. “I think it’s doable because we’re basically 70 best friends, so knowing you’re all in it together makes it less of a personal sacrifice from your studies and more an opportunity to be with people you want to spend your time with.” The Glee Club’s Christmas season will culminate with three concerts in the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center Saturday, and all proceeds will go to the Center for the Homeless and the Food Bank of Northern Indiana, Eardley said. “The concerts take up a lot of time on Saturday, but we don’t see it as giving up our Saturdays because the concert proceeds go to a good cause,” Eardley said. “It takes prioritizing and time management skills, but it’s worth it.” Nieman said the concerts will feature a wide variety of Christmas songs, including traditional tunes like “Sleigh Ride” and “Jingle Bells.” However, the highlight of the concert program for many Glee Club members is singing a number of nontraditional carols. “We are singing calypso and Latin American carols, but one of our favorites is an African song that includes minimal choreography,” Nieman said. In addition to participating in all of Glee Club’s performances during the year, the 12 members of The Undertones, Notre Dame’s all-male a cappella group, will perform their biggest concert of the year Friday night. Nieman, a member of both groups, said The Undertones have been giving small concerts in female dorms to promote the main concert, which will feature mostly pop music arranged by members of the group. These concerts also prepare the group for its winter break trip to Vail and Denver, Colo., for a week of singing and skiing. Despite the Glee Club’s packed schedule, both Nieman and Eardley said they believe the members of the group enjoy the spirit of the Christmas season more than any other time of year, especially because they spend so much time with each other. “Christmas is definitely the best season, and I think most of the guys would agree,” Nieman said. “We work hard to learn all the music, but it’s a blast because we have a good time as ‘brothers in song,’ as we like to call ourselves. The Glee Club’s Christmas concerts will take place at 2:30 p.m., 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. in the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, and tickets are available the Center or at performingarts.nd.edu.
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) PxHere Stock Photo.ALBANY — Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation allowing liquor-infused ice cream and frozen desserts.According to the Governor’s Office, the legislation will help New York’s dairy farmers, liquor and craft beverage producers, dairy processors and manufacturers, food retailers and restaurants meet the increasing consumer demand for these new products.The measure would limit the percentage of alcohol in ice cream to not more than 5% of alcohol by volume and would require the same product labeling and warning statements similar to confectionary that contain wine, beer or cider.New York now ranks in the top five in the U.S. for its number of craft beverage producers in every category. The state ranks first in the U.S. for the number of hard cider producers, second in craft breweries and distilleries, and fourth in the country for the total number of wineries.
Spraying soapy water on your landscape plants can keep deer from munching them, say University of Georgia experts. Just don’t expect it to be aperfect solution.”When deer destroy my newly planted camellias or munch my day lilies and hostas tothe ground, I get angry,” saidÿ Gary Wade, aUGA Extension Service horticulturist.But Wade shares a neighborhood with a high number of deer. So he’s usually willing totry a deer-repellent remedy, especially if others have found it useful. He likes a newsoap trick he learned from a fellow Athens, Ga., gardener and deer hater.”She places a bar of Irish Spring soap in a bucket and fills it with water,”Wade said. “Once a week, she fills a sprinkling can half-full with the soap solutionand dilutes it with an equal amount of clean water. She sprinkles this on all hersensitive plants.”So far, so good, say the Athens gardeners.”I’ve tried it for the past month with great success,” Wade said. “I nowhave beautiful leaves on my hostas instead of bare stems. And my day lilies have bloomedfor the first time in five years.”One bar of soap, he said, will last about a week. “It’s only been a month since Iimplemented my soapy warfare,” Wade said. “But I’ve seen a noticeable decreasein damage. I apply the soap solution to sensitive plants once a week and again immediatelyafter rain.”Jeff Jackson, a UGA wildlifespecialist with the D.B. Warnell School of ForestResources, said the remedy will work best if you realize its effect isn’t likely tolast.”Deer repellents are all temporary at best,” Jackson said. “No matterwhat it is, sooner or later, for one reason or another, the deer will eat your plantsanyway.”If you want a repellent to work 365 days a year, it’s likely to fail now and then.”If it fails even for one day,” he said, “the plants will get anothergrazing.”Repellents work, he said, where plants need to be protected for a few weeks or so,until they have passed their vulnerable time or until the harvest is in.”In the case of flower blooms,” he said, “a repellent might be youranswer, especially if the blooming period is short.”Another choice, Jackson said, is to use plants the deer don’t like.”When most people get a wooded lot, they clean out all the adaptedvegetation,” he said. “Then they bring in store-bought deer ‘dessert.'”But not every plant is good deer food. “It’s possible to go into landscapes wheredeer are abundant and see green plants all around,” he said. “The deer decidewhat plants will live.”For a list of deer-resistant plants, contact the county Extension Service office. Orcheck the World Wide Web at www.ces.uga.edu/Agriculture/horticulture/deer.html.Another option is to fence the deer out. For a large area, he said, try an electricfence with a single wire 30 inches off the ground.”Smear the entire wire with peanut butter,” he said. “Mark the fencewith rags eight to 10 feet apart so deer see it. They’ll check out the new fence and smellthe peanut butter. They touch their noses to it and give it a lick. It’s sort of aneducation fence. It’s a cost-effective, but not deer-proof, fence.”Deer will likely run right through or jump over an unbaited wire, he said.A final choice, and the one most likely to work, is to remove the deer. “Thatmostly means having licensed wildlife experts shoot them after dark with spotlights andprecision rifles,” he said.But first a community has to agree to remove the deer. “Finding consensus is thekey,” Jackson said. “That’s harder than removing the deer.”
The UGA Horticulture Club will have a wide range of garden and landscape plants near the intersection of Riverbend Road and College Station Road. They will also be selling rain barrels. Profits from all sales will fund projects for students in the UGA horticulture program. For more information, directions, parking details or overnight accommodations, visit www.ugatrialgardens.com. Spring has sprung! And it’s time for Plantapalooza. On April 9, the Trial Gardens at UGA, the State Botanical Garden of Georgia and the UGA Horticulture Club will hold spring plant sales at three different locations in Athens, Ga., from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each location will offer an array of plants – some rare – and gardening experts to answer questions.The Trial Gardens at UGA are located on the UGA campus between Snelling Dining Hall and the R. C. Wilson Pharmacy Building. The gardens are where hundreds of annuals and perennials from plant breeders around the world are tested and displayed each year. Allan Armitage will lead tours through the garden. A well-known writer, speaker, researcher and teacher, Armitage spearheaded the garden’s creation in 1982. The gardens are always open to visitors free of charge. The State Botanical Garden of Georgia is located at 2450 S. Milledge Ave. It will have Georgia Gold Medal plants Georgia Gold Medal plants for sale among its broad selection of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, herbs and vegetables. The selection includes many native plants.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 37-year-old man who appeared to be a victim of violence was found dead by his coworker at their job in Port Jefferson Station on Thursday morning, Suffolk County police said.The coworker called 911 after finding the victim, Daniel Dombrowski, who was an employee of Melting and Filling Equipment, inside the building on North Bicycle Path shortly before 11 a.m., police said.The victim’s body was taken to the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s office, where an autopsy will be performed.Homicide Squad detectives are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information on the incident is to call them at 631-852-6392 or call anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.