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Dir of Communications, CAUS

Dir of Communications, CAUS

first_imgJob DescriptionReporting to the Chief Advancement Officer of the college and theAssistant Vice President for University Relations, the Director ofCommunications will plan, execute, and evaluate a comprehensivecommunications and marketing program for the College ofArchitecture and Urban Studies, and align those activities withuniversity wide communications, marketing and branding initiatives.The director will have progressive experience in today’scommunications fields, which includes evidence of strong writingand editing, interpersonal skills, presentation skills, andmarketing skills; proficiency in using a variety of communicationstools and platforms, content management systems, and social media;must also have a strong understanding of effective graphic designand branding principles and the use of the Internet as a medium ofcommunication; ability to manage multiple and competing prioritiesin a dynamic environment. The director is member of the college’sadvancement team to pursue and promote the overall institutionalgoals related to communications, fundraising, and alumniengagement, and will support the communications needs for the deanand the college’s student recruitment efforts.Required QualificationsBachelor’s degree and relevant experience or master’s degree.Ability to define goals and objectives, identify target audiences,and develop and implement strategic plans to accomplish and measureprogress towards communications goals.Demonstrated experience in communications or marketing.Demonstrated ability to plan, execute and evaluate a comprehensivecommunications program.Preferred QualificationsExperience in a higher education, independent school, or non-profitenvironment.Strong skills using technology in the workplace; familiarity withcontent management systems, web platforms, social mediacompetencies.Demonstrated experience leading people, either as a supervisor, acolleague collaborating with others, or both.Experience working with alumni engagement initiatives.Experience working with a variety of creative communications, dataanalytics, e-mail management, and web content management softwareplatforms.Pay BandAppointment TypeRegularSalary InformationCommensurate with ExperienceReview DateMarch 12, 2021Additional InformationThe successful Candidate will be required to have a criminalconviction checkAbout Virginia TechDedicated to its motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve),Virginia Tech pushes the boundaries of knowledge by taking ahands-on, transdisciplinary approach to preparing scholars to beleaders and problem-solvers. A comprehensive land-grant institutionthat enhances the quality of life in Virginia and throughout theworld, Virginia Tech is an inclusive community dedicatedto knowledge, discovery, and creativity. The university offers morethan 280 majors to a diverse enrollment of more than 36,000undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in eightundergraduatecolleges , a school ofmedicine , a veterinarymedicine college, Graduate School , and Honors College . The universityhas a significant presence across Virginia, including the Innovation Campusin Northern Virginia; the Health Sciences and Technology Campus inRoanoke; sites in Newport News and Richmond; and numerous Extension offices andresearchcenters . A leading global research institution, Virginia Techconducts more than $500 million in research annually.Virginia Tech does not discriminate against employees, students, orapplicants on the basis of age, color, disability, sex (includingpregnancy), gender, gender identity, gender expression, geneticinformation, national origin, political affiliation, race,religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status, or otherwisediscriminate against employees or applicants who inquire about,discuss, or disclose their compensation or the compensation ofother employees or applicants, or on any other basis protected bylaw.If you are an individual with a disability and desire anaccommodation, please contact Brandi Barnett at [email protected] during regular businesshours at least 10 business days prior to the event.Advertised: February 4, 2021Applications close:last_img read more

Champlain College adds Gigabit service for students, LCDI and EMC

Champlain College adds Gigabit service for students, LCDI and EMC

first_imgChamplain College,Champlain College has announced it is providing full Gigabit bandwidth for students at the College with two new gigabit connections. The first will provide its campus residential students with gigabit access Internet service. The second is for Leahy Center for Digital Investigation (LCDI) and is aimed at promoting the economic opportunity for the development of digital forensics software and services.The announcement at the 7th annual Vermont Tech Jam, came on the heels of news earlier this week about the partnership between the City of Burlington and Ignite US to create ‘BTV Ignite.’ The program will take advantage of the city’s world-class fiber optic network able to deliver symmetrical speeds 100 times faster than the national average to attract new technology businesses, enhance education and research, and attract entrepreneurs to Vermont.‘We think our ability to provide next generation internet capacity to our students and faculty will be a major factor in helping to attract top students to our award-winning Champlain programs in cyber security, game design and digital forensics,’ said David Provost, senior vice president of Finance and Administration at the College. He also serves on the BTV Ignite Mayor’s Advisory Board.‘Because we have the infrastructure at Champlain and in Burlington, this will be a major economic development tool for the region moving forward. It will help support our graduates being able to stay in Vermont and work. Whether they work for companies like Dealer.com or MyWebGrocer or start their own high-tech business, the access to high-speed bandwidth and next-generation thinking will create an environment where good-paying jobs exist and talented people want to live,’ he noted.Champlain College students living in residential campus housing are already seeing the benefits of the increased bandwidth, noted Ted Laskaris, associate vice president of Information Systems and Security at Champlain and a member of the Advisory Board. ‘The average student owns three to five devices such as tablets, smartphones, IPods, gaming consoles and e-readers that need access to the internet. This increased capacity, which started Oct. 1, will allow them to explore, experiment and develop programs and solutions in their own rooms almost without limitations,’ he said.In connection with US Ignite, the LCDI has submitted a grant proposal to build a scalable Cyber Security as Service model.  ‘Utilizing the citywide gigabit network, the Center will be revolutionizing the way data is monitored/ collected during a cyber-security / digital forensic project,’ explained Jonathan Rajewski, director and principal investigator at the LCDI and assistant professor of Digital Forensics.  Champlain plans to link to Internet2 at the University of Vermont next summer. The Internet2 connection offers a range of network services tailored to the needs of research and education providing opportunity for educators to create more vibrant interactive online classes and crunch large amounts of data.The gigabit service will enhance the work at the Leahy Center for Digital Investigation and the Emergent Media Centers in the Miller Center at Lakeside, Provost said. Using the citywide gigabit network, both of College’s technology centers of excellence will be able to develop ground-breaking programs and services without the usual constraints of internet capacity. Proposals through the Emergent Media Center are already in the works for new partnerships with clients such as ECHO, Burlington’s Lake Aquarium and Science Center.                                                                                                                         William Wallace, executive director of US Ignite, said ‘The local Ignite initiative “BTV IGNITE: New England’s Gigabit City,’ will help the city and Champlain College take advantage of this pivotal time in next-generation networks: capacity for city-wide gigabit access; density of research and education networks; vibrant tech business culture; core capabilities in key research areas; and a community with an intense entrepreneurial mindset and an enviable quality of life.””We’re looking for explorers to come up with the next email, the next browser, the next file transfer system,” explained Wallace, at the press conference Tuesday. “That’s the level of transformative change we’re talking about here.”US Ignite said its mission is to foster the creation of 60 next-generation internet applications in communities like Burlington. Those applications are aimed at improving healthcare, education, public safety, energy, transportation, and advanced manufacturing, Wallace explained. Some examples would include a tool that would facilitate long-distance medical consultations and the sharing of large files such as MRI images.US Ignite is a non-profit organization set up with inspiration from the National Science Foundation and White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, both of which strongly believe that it is a 21st century competitive necessity for the US to take advantage of next-generation technologies. US Ignite launched last year at the White House and operates with a staff team supported by corporate, foundation, and community partners.Burlington’s newly formed “BTV Ignite” advisory group plans to think of ways to enhance the city’s already-strong technology infrastructure, develop innovation centers, and mentor tech talent, said Mayor Miro Weinberger, D-Burlington. “This is where the economy of the country is going, where the economy of the world is going,” Weinberger said, describing the tech sector.BTV Ignite will encourage public, private, and academic institutions to develop next generation Internet applications in Burlington and is dedicated to aligning Burlington’s powerful gigabit infrastructure as a tool, test bed, and accelerator for economic, educational, and community benefit.In an interview with Jack Thurston of New England Cable News, Provost said “It allows Burlington to position itself as a tech hub. It sets a stage to allow innovation in the next generation of the internet in being able to do things we haven’t yet been able to dream of.”The 2,300 students at Champlain College have power at their fingertips, because they’re in a community that has city-wide access to internet speeds 100 times faster than the U.S. average and capable of huge file transfers quickly. “The potential is significant, now it’s what we do with it,” Provost said.Provost said he is excited about how the school can tap into US Ignite’s brand-new networking opportunities with other plugged-in cities around the country like Chattanooga, Tenn. and Cleveland, Ohio. The idea-sharing and new resources could help Champlain expand its programs in video game design, cyber-security, digital forensics and online learning, Provost noted.  ·         For more information about BTV Ignite: www.btvignite.com(link is external)·         For more information about U.S. Ignite: http://us-ignite.org/(link is external)·         For more information about Champlain College: www.champlain.edu(link is external)Source: Champlain 10.18.2013PHOTO: Champlain College at Tech Jam 2013 by Stephen Measelast_img read more

Browns Round Out Practice Squad with DB Caldwell, P Palardy and RB Watson

Browns Round Out Practice Squad with DB Caldwell, P Palardy and RB Watson

first_img Related TopicsBrownsMichael PalardyTerrell WatsonTrey Caldwell The Browns have signed DB Trey Caldwell, P Michael Palardy and RB Terrell Watson to the practice squad. To make room, the team released OL Kaleb Johnson from the practice squad.Caldwell was the Browns fifth-round pick this year.Palardy is 5-11, 191 pounds and officially in his first NFL season out of Tennessee. He was initially signed by the Browns on Aug. 30 and appeared in the team’s final preseason contest. Originally signed by Oakland as an undrafted free agent in 2014, he has also spent time with the Raiders, Rams, Panthers, Ravens and Colts. A native of Coral Springs, Fla., he graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas High School.Watson was first signed by the Browns on Jan. 21 and led the team this preseason with eight receptions for 35 yards, while adding 57 rushing yards.Cleveland Browns Practice SquadNO     NAME                           POS        HT        WT       DOB             AGE       EXP      COLLEGE                          HOMETOWN31       Caldwell, Trey            DB          5-9        185       12/4/93      22           R           Louisiana-Monroe       Dallas, Texas61       Fabiano, Anthony    OL           6-1        303       4/13/93      23           R           Harvard                            Wakefield, Mass.79       France, Dan                OL           6-6        312       4/1/91         25           1            Michigan State              North Royalton, Ohio89       Hamlett, Connor      TE           6-7        259       4/12/92      24           1            Oregon State                 Lynnwood, Wash.8          Hogan, Kevin             QB          6-3        218       10/20/92    23           R           Stanford                          McLean, Va.17       Jennings, Darius       WR         5-10     169       6/28/92      24           1            Virginia                             Baltimore, Md.3          Palardy, Michael       P             5-11     191       7/6/92         24           1            Tennessee                      Coral Springs, Fla.39       Reynolds, Ed              DB          6-1        207       10/18/91    24           2            Stanford                          Stonesville, N.C.38       Watson, Terrell         RB           6-1        240       8/22/93      23           1            Azusa Pacific                  Oxwood, Calif.97       Wright, Gabe             DL           6-2        284       4/3/92         24           2            Auburn                             Columbus, Ga. Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.center_img Matt Loedelast_img read more

Seagulls soar into grand final

Seagulls soar into grand final

first_imgBy Romy Stephens WEST GIPPSLAND FOOTBALL NETBALL COMPETITION REVIEW – FINALS WEEK 2 Tooradin-Dalmore became the first side to book its spot in…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img