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Chemistry – Adjunct

first_imgIf no, please explain (required):(Open Ended Question)* Are you both familiar with and not in conflict with thefundamental doctrines and practices of the California SouthernBaptist Convention as stated in the Baptist Faith and Message datedJune 14, 2000? (Please see above link for more information)Yes (I am familiar and not in conflict)No (I am in conflict or not familiar) Position TitleChemistry – Adjunct Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Nondiscrimination Statement * Are you a Christian?YesNo * Do you attend church regularly?YesNo Qualified applicants will possess at least a master’s degree in arelated field. Candidates must embrace the mission of CaliforniaBaptist University, and demonstrate a clear understanding of, andcommitment to, excellence in teaching through the integration ofChristian faith and learning. Teaching assignments will be lower level undergraduatecourses. Teaching Responsibilitiescenter_img State and Federal law permit California Baptist University todiscriminate on the basis of religion in order to fulfill itspurpose. The University does not discriminate contrary to eitherState or Federal law. Qualifications Position Summary The Department of Chemical Sciences at California BaptistUniversity invites applications for part-time, adjunct instructorpositions in chemistry. Review of applications is conducted in anongoing manner according to need. Quick Link to Postinghttps://jobs.calbaptist.edu/postings/6064 Posting Details Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsChristian Experience EssayCurriculum VitaeOptional DocumentsResumeCover LetterLetter of Reference 1Letter of Reference 2Unofficial Transcriptlast_img read more


first_imgYou are now are able to subscribe to get the CCO daily.If you would like to advertise on the CCO please contact us [email protected] IS IT TRUE that Vanderburgh County Commissioner Cheryl Musgrave is leading the way to install sidewalk and additional walking trails project on North Green River Road?…if approved this worthy project will allow for more green space and walkability for the citizens of Northern Vanderburgh County? …the CCO, commend Commissioner Musgrave for thinking of the families who have decided to live and work in that part of the county?IS IT TRUE that the Republican Primary race for 2nd District County Commissioner is really becoming something to watch?  …look like this race is between the establishment candidate (old political guard) and a new direction candidate with extensive business experiences?IS IT TRUE that 31 States now recognize concealed gun carrying permits?  …many States also allow people to apply for a gun permit online?IS IT TRUE we commend Evansville Courier and Press writer John Martin for providing their reader’s with informative and accurate articles concerning complex issues?  … it’s a recognized fact that both John Martin and Jon Web are the literary mainstays of the Evansville Courier and Press?IS IT TRUE we would like to thank assistant City Clerk Ashten Stenftenagel Collins for providing us with the upcoming City Council meeting agendas in a timely manner?IS IT TRUE that the University of Evansville baseball Aces are suffering through one of their worst seasons ever with a 1-9 record in conference and only 7-26 overall?…they have not won one game outside of the friendly confines of Braun Stadium?…Perhaps more than just a new basketball coach is needed to breathe hope into the Purple Ace Nation?…the last really competitive team was the 2006 team that Wes Carroll was an assistant coach on that was on the verge of going to the College World Series until South Carolina figured out how to hit the Aces pitching?…baseball is a tradition in Evansville and the fans deserve better that is being played right now?Todays “Readers Poll” question is: If the Republican primary for the 2nd District County Commission race was held today who would you vote for?Please take time and read our articles entitled “Statehouse Files, Channel 44 News, Daily Devotions, Law enforcement, Readers Poll, Birthdays, Hot Jobs, and Local Sports. We hope that today’s “IS IT TRUE” will provoke honest and open dialogue concerning issues that we, as responsible citizens of this community, need to address in a rational and responsible way?IS IT TRUE that the City of Evansville is once again trying to play God in a selective way when it comes to playing music in close proximity to neighborhoods?…this time someone seems to have crafted a resolution for the Evansville City Council that puts Marina Point in the crosshairs of a policy that is almost impossible to enforce?  …the things that need to be on the mind of the members of the Evansville City Council when they vote on this resolution during next Council meeting are ‘restraint of trade”, “unequal protection under the law”, and “tortious interference”?…all of these illegal actions could well be alleged by the owners of Marina Point and the owners of the business that leases the outdoor entertainment venue?…one may ask just why on earth that the Funk in the City can make noise in Goosetown, the Jazz Festival, and other bars can make loud noises in the downtown that has over 200 condos, but the people at Marina Point must be silenced so that less than a dozen or so residents living in plush homes located across the bay from the Marina are not disturbed by live music?…this whole thing smacks of selective enforcement and sets a terrible precedent in a blue collar town where all people should be treated equally?IS IT TRUE if the proposed comprehensive noise ordinance passes the noise enforcement responsibility will up to the local police? …we agree with 2nd Ward Councilwomen Missy Mosby “that it would not be the correct use of our police resources to assign members of the EPD to handle noise ordinance complaints”?  …our policeman need to be fighting crime and not writing citations for noise violations?IS IT TRUE we commend the owner of KC”S Marina Pointe for making around $120,000 worth of improvements to help stifle the noise coming from the bar when live bands play?  …that numerous e-mails were sent out between Harbors Edge residents, elected and appointed public officials concerning the drafting of the proposed noise ordinance have gotten into the wrong hands?  …we hope Mr. K. C. Chesser will decide to share them with members of the local media and the general public alike because we hear they are real eye-openers?IS IT TRUE that Councilmembers Mosby, Weaver, Hayden and Elpers did a creditable job in debating the loyal opposition to why this ordnance should be voted down? …we have no idea what Councilwoman Michelle Mercer was trying to say concerning this issue?IS IT TRUE we are told that this issue alone will guarantee that the people voting in the 2019 City Council and Mayoral elections shall be substantially higher than the 7% of register voters that voted in the last city election? …people are getting sick and tired of too much government controlling our lives?IS IT TRUE that the University of Southern Indiana has finally announced who will be the new leader of the college?…after spending on the order $100,000 to a head hunter, Ron Roshon has been hired to replace the retiring Linda Bennett?…it is expected that when the salary for Rochon is released to the public that he will be earning about $300,000 putting him in the upper echelon of public employees in the State of Indiana?…here is one thing that USI get right about compensation and that is the fact that there are many professors and administrators who are paid more than the basketball coach?IS IT TRUE that several members of the Mole Nation are telling the City-County Observer that Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke is working behind closed doors to hand the poorly performing Victory Theatre to the Signature School?…for those who do not know, the Signature School is a downtown magnet high school that consistently ranks among the TOP 10 PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?…Signature School is often the only high school in the entire State of Indiana that ranks in the top 500 high schools in the country?…we wonder just why on earth anyone with two brain cells to rub together would want to saddle a great school with the burden of a neglected and underperforming theater?…to shove that old theater down the throat of the Signature School would be about as much of a handicap as when Tonya Harding’s husband hit Nancy Kerrigan in the knee with a club right before the USA Olympic tryouts?…we admonish Mayor Winnecke to leave the Signature School alone?…they are doing a great job without any interference or “help” from a darn politician looking to unload a pig in a poke?IS IT TRUE that the EPD is getting ready to appoint a Homeless Outreach officer in the very near future?  …this new position will come from the current EPD budget and the new positio0n shall be filed by an office current on the street?center_img FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Grid operator says Texas electricity now 30% carbon-free

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Greentech Media:Texas may be the center of the U.S. oil and gas industry, but the latest data shows that the state’s competitive energy market is increasingly favoring clean energy over fossil fuel alternatives.New information from state grid operator ERCOT shows that carbon-free resources made up more than 30 percent of its 2018 energy consumption, and a slightly larger percentage of its 2019 generation capacity. In both cases, the largest share of credit goes to the state’s massive wind farms, which provided 18.6 percent of 2018 energy and make up 23.4 percent of 2019 capacity, followed by nuclear power, which served 10.9 percent of last year’s needs and will provide 5.4 percent of this year’s capacity.Solar, meanwhile, only made up a sliver of the 1.3 percent of last year’s energy use served by “other” resources such as hydropower, biomass and fuel oil. But solar will make up 2.1 percent of this year’s generation capacity, in a testament to the small but fast-growing utility-scale solar market developing in the state.ERCOT’s achievement is largely a result of the economics of wind and solar power, plus a healthy dollop of state energy policy to integrate its western wind resources to eastern cities, known as competitive renewable energy zones (CREZ). Since 2009, about when CREZ got started, wind generation capacity has grown from 6 percent to nearly 20 percent of ERCOT’s energy mix, while coal has fallen from 37 percent to 25 percent of ERCOT’s energy mix over the same time.Meanwhile, the amount of wind being curtailed due to lack of transmission and demand has shrunk from about 17 percent in 2009 to less than half a percent in recent years, a result of the $7 billion in new transmission enabled by CREZ, as well as ERCOT’s work to build weather forecasting and demand management into how it manages its grid.Solar meets only a fraction of ERCOT’s needs compared to wind, but its growth rate is much faster at present, with utility-scale projects in the state setting new low-price records alongside solar leaders like California, Arizona and Nevada. Much of this solar is in West Texas, where it can benefit from the same transmission investments that have enabled the wind industry, Rhodes noted.More: Texas grid operator reports fuel mix is now 30% carbon-free Grid operator says Texas electricity now 30% carbon-freelast_img read more

The Latest: Dutch women’s soccer season canceled

first_imgThe Berlin Marathon says the race cannot be held as planned in September because of new restrictions in the city related to the coronavirus pandemic.City authorities have extended a ban on major events with more than 5,000 people until October 24. More than 62,000 people took part in the marathon last year.Organizers say they will take time to “engage with the consequences of the authorities blocking our events, agree on further steps and then inform you.”There was no mention of any plan to restrict the race to elite runners only. That was the solution used by the Tokyo Marathon on March 1.The Berlin Marathon is typically one of the fastest in the world. The current men’s world record was set in Berlin by Eliud Kipchoge in 2018. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The Dutch soccer association has canceled the remainder of the women’s league season and cup tournament following a discussion with the clubs. The Latest: Dutch women’s soccer season canceled Associated Press The French rugby league has canceled the semifinals of its Top 14 league because of the coronavirus pandemic.The LNR’s executive committee abandoned hosting the semifinals on June 19 and 20 and the final in mid-July in the southern city of Nice but says they could potentially be played before the end of summer if health conditions allow.The LNR says it is waiting to see what rules the government sets out following the end of lockdown before definitively deciding if a resumption is possible.France is under lockdown until May 11.___center_img April 22, 2020 The KNVB says the consequences of the cancellation will be clarified on Friday when soccer authorities talk with the clubs.PSV Eindhoven currently leads the women’s league.The cancellation follows Tuesday’s announcement by the government that its ban on all large-scale events was being extended until Sept. 1.The KNVB says it also plans to cancel the rest of the men’s season but will discuss the issue with UEFA before making the final decision.___ ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6last_img read more