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The tasks and responsibilities are: a letter of interest,curriculum vitae andthe names of two references Plan and coordinate all GEAS webinars in conjunction withwebinar leadDevelop webinar contentIdentify and confirm webinar facultyCoordinate publicity with administrative assistant Manage Administrative portfolio of the GEAS (with HCC Financeteam and PI)Maintain and update all study materials (training materials,manuals, etc)All donor and budget reportingMonitor all GEAS accountsManage HCC sub-contracts to sitesFacilitate contracts and agreements with outside vendors,events, and meeting venuesAddress all site budgetary issues Develop a workplan for moving GEAS data to open accessOversee all Ethical Review processesMaintain IRB applicationsPrepare reports to IRB on unanticipated eventsAssure that all Hopkins GEAS faculty, staff and students are inIRB complianceOversee federal government clinical trials protocol andreportingParticipate in Ethics Working Group Coordinate with all GEAS study site PIs and Staff (with GEASPI)Assist study sites with resolving issues and questionsAssist site training as neededCoordinate all HCC sub-contracts with sites (incomingrevenue) In-person meetings (including Partners’ Meetings and otherevents): Work with Study PI to:Select venueCoordinate the development of the agendaDevelop meeting materials including presentations and otherproducts OnlineEstablish bi-weekly Collaborators’ Calls Zoom discussionsPresent agenda items and results as requested Coordinate all routine GEAS meetings and communicationInternal Hopkins Coordinating Center meetingsCreate HCC staff meeting agendas and manage logisticsCreate monthly GEAS Leadership Team meeting agendas and managelogistics Applicants should submit: Oversee personnel and work flow for GEAS Hopkins CoordinatingCenter (HCC) teamCoordinate all student involvement with the GEASCollaborate with Data Management team to manage surveycustomization and programming workflowSupervise communications specialist and administrativeassistantMaintain team project management software and accounts Represent the GEAS at national and international meetingsDevelop dissemination materials with administrativeassistantPrepare and deliver presentations as requestedParticipate in meetings as needed Coordinate all GEAS working group portfoliosIntervention Working GroupEthics Working GroupBellagio Working Group
In the mean time, you may have to face the real world until it returns in 2021. For more information and updates on the project, head over to their website. “Mainly because of legal issues related to certain intellectual properties that just gave us a fight. As a small local organization, that’s not something we wanted to pursue,” said Overbaugh. After a five year run, attracting thousands of witches and wizards, Wizarding Weekend is closing its gates. ITHACA (WBNG) — Wizarding Weekend in Ithaca started out in 2015 as an event meant for fantasy fans. “We’ve been building our own branding. We have visual representations of these guys and gals, well, they’re creatures if I’m being honest,” said Overbaugh. While the weekend filled of mischief and spells is gone for this year, organizers say there’s still hope to bring mythical creatures and magic to Ithaca. “It was intended to be a local community event. Over time it grew, and up to 70 percent of our attendees are from out of town,” said GorgeKeep Festival Director Darlynne Overbaugh. New creatures designed by a local artist and a chance to go on and complete quests will be part of the 2021 comeback. As a bonus, it will feature a touch of Ithaca’s enchantment. “This year, 2020, is all about connecting with the community and finding out what their stories are and how those stories can be incorporated into the GorgeKeep School of Magic, and a subsequent festival in 2021,” said Overbaugh. If the event is so popular, what spell could bring the beloved festival to an end? “It should reflect our area. It should reflect the flora and fauna of the natural area. We have a lot of gorges, hence, GorgeKeep,” said Overbaugh. GorgeKeep, organizers say, will bring a new realm to the Finger Lakes region.
As an Owego Indian, Coleman has been named All-State twice, is a two-time STAC Metro all-star, and was named All-Tioga County defensive player in 2019 and 2020. This past season, Coleman averaged 20.2 points and 12 rebounds per game. Coleman announced her commitment on Twitter Sunday night. OWEGO (WBNG) — Owego Free Academy junior Evee Coleman will continue her basketball career at Binghamton University. “They have a great family program and everyone’s so close. I know players on the team already, I’ve been to their games, everything about the way they play and the whole program is amazing.” Coleman said she was recruited by Binghamton her freshman year, and the Bearcats program aligned with everything she was looking for in a college basketball program. “She always kept me in the program and talked to me a lot, I’ve been with her since 9th grade so that’s been awesome, it really helped make my decision.” Coleman said she explored other options, but recently decided staying local was the path she wanted to take. Committed pic.twitter.com/mPDegjoKu4— Genevieve Coleman (@evee_coleman) May 17, 2020 Coleman said she paid close attention to the Bearcats during their successful 2019-2020 season, and coach Bethann Shapiro Ord played a huge factor in her decision. “It means the world to me that I can play so close to home and have my family there. I’m just super excited to play and have my career here.” “Like” Nicole Menner on Facebook and “Follow” her on Twitter.
Despite dominating possession, the Gunners were struggling for rhythm and they were not really testing goalkeeper Andreas Linde, but they should have drawn level when Eddie Nketiah poked home Pepe’s low cross. However, the flag was raised for offside against Willock, but it was the England U21 striker who got the final touch.Arteta’s side did eventually draw level in first-half stoppage time as Granit Xhaka led a counter-attack. He played the ball forward for Nektiah, and his cross in search of Willock was turned into his own net by Haugen Image:Joe WIllock produced another excellent display for Arsenal How Arsenal ran away with victory…After a slow start, the game eventually burst into life when Bernd Leno’s clearance quickly found its way back into the Arsenal half. Magnus Wolff Eikrem swept the ball into the path of Ellingsen, who beat a frustrated Leno from 25 yards. Subs: Soares (6), Saka (7), Tierney (n/a), Elneny (n/a).Molde: Linde (6), Wingo (7), Bjornbak (7), Gregersen (7), Haugen (6), Aursnes (6), Eikrem (7), Hussain (6), Elllingsen (7), Omoijuanfo (6), Bolly (6).Subs: Sinyan (5), Knudtzon (6), James (6), Brynhildsen (6), Mostrom (n/a).- Advertisement – Man of the match: Joe Willock Image:Arsenal are three wins from three in the Europa League Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta on Willock’s performance: “He could’ve scored more. All the time he was in goal-scoring situations. He created a few goals as well. He had a really good performance.”Arsenal defender David Luiz on Willock: “He’s a fantastic kid. I’m always behind him to help.“He could do better because he has the talent to be at the top level. He understands that every single day and for me, it’s a pleasure to play with him, especially because he’s humble.“When you are humble you can learn things, be better and improve. If you are not humble you don’t understand you need to improve.“He’s humble and he has a great present and a great future.”Opta stats – Arsenal’s perfect start in Europe continues The turnaround was complete in the 62nd minute as substitute Sheriff Sinyan also turned into his own net, before Nicolas Pepe (69) and Joe Willock (88) added the gloss to the scoreline for Mikel Arteta’s side.It’s three wins from three in Europe now for the Gunners, who move three points clear of Molde at the top of Group B as they race towards qualification for the knockout rounds. Image:Molde players celebrate after Martin Ellingsen put them ahead at Arsenal Image:Kristoffer Haugen turns the ball into his own net under pressure from Joe Willock Willock put the exclamation mark on the result for Arsenal, grabbing himself a deserved goal in the final stages. The Gunners won the ball back high up the pitch and Mohamed Elneny released Pepe, who set Willock free and the midfielder made no mistake, firing emphatically into the roof of the net.Man of the match – Joe Willock Arsenal have avoided defeat in 60% of their matches when conceding first under manager Mikel Arteta, winning four and drawing two of 10 such games (L4).Arsenal have won 15 of their 21 UEFA Europa League group stage games (71% – D4 L2), at least six more than any other side since the 2017/18 season.Norwegian teams have lost 21 of their 23 away games vs English sides in all European competition (D2), netting 14 goals and conceding 104 in those games.Arsenal have benefitted from two own goals in a single game for the first time since beating Swansea 4-0 in the Premier League in January 2017.What’s next for Arsenal?Arsenal host Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday, live on Sky Sports Box Office; Kick-off at 7.15pm. Player ratingsArsenal: : Leno (5), Maitland-Niles (6), Mustafi (7), Luiz (7), Kolasinac (6), Ceballos (7), Xhaka (7), Willian (7), Willock (8), Pepe (7), Nketiah (7).- Advertisement – It was another own goal which gave Arsenal the lead in the second half and this time, half-time substitute Sinyan, turned home Willock’s cross with a number of Arsenal players waiting to pounce.The game was then wrapped up in the 69th minute as Pepe swept home from the edge of the penalty area after substitute Bukayo Saka’s excellent cutback. Arsenal overcame an early scare to continue their perfect start in the Europa League with a 4-1 victory over Norwegian side Molde at the Emirates Stadium.Martin Ellingsen’s long-range effort gave the visitors a shock lead in the 22nd minute, but Arsenal, after a rather disjointed first-half performance, were back on level terms just before the break thanks to Kristoffer Haugen’s own goal (45+1).- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
The hosts hit back 10 minutes later when full-back Ashleigh Neville flicked in a header from a corner for her first goal of the season to level matters.Former Lyon striker Morgan, who made the switch to north London in September and missed the start of the season as she gained match fitness, came on in the 70th minute as her side sought out a winner before they settled for a share of the spoils. Image:Tottenham’s Ashleigh Neville (right) celebrates after equalising against Reading – Advertisement – Tottenham head to Bristol City next weekend still looking for their first win of the campaign following just two points from their opening six matches.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Image:Reading’s Brooke Chaplen (centre) celebrates scoring against Tottenham Two-time World Cup winner Alex Morgan could not find the winning touch as she made her Women’s Super League debut off the bench in Tottenham’s 1-1 draw at home to Reading.A goal within the first 15 minutes saw the visitors take the lead as Brooke Chaplen met a cross and fired a header home.