Previous articleFormer TCU baseball standouts to face off ThursdayNext articleTCU police: More than 40 responses to stolen property notice Abbey Block RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook printA new TCU program is trying to eliminate self-doubt in women who want to be leaders.The TCU leadership center has developed a new program called Lead NOW (Network of Women) to empower women and help them gain confidence as leaders.According to a new Pew Research Center survey on women in leadership, most Americans believe women and men are equal in key leadership traits such as intelligence and capacity for innovation. Many even say that women are stronger than men in terms of being compassionate and organized leaders.Women have outnumbered men on college campuses since 1988. They hold almost 52 percent of all professional level jobs, have earned at least a third of law degrees since 1980 and almost half since 2001, according to the Center for American Progress.Women made up a third of medical school students by 1990, and since 2002, they have outnumbered men in earning undergraduate business degrees.But females continue to lag behind men when it comes to representation in leadership roles.Judith Warren, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, said in a broad range of fields, the presence of females in top leadership positions—as equity law partners, medical school deans and corporate executive officers—remains stuck at a mere 10 to 20 percent.Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, said “women systematically underestimate their own abilities.”Dede Williams, director of the TCU leadership center,said these patterns of self-doubt are demonstrated on TCU’s campus, where women make up 60 percent of the undergraduate population.“It’s harder for women on this campus to get an equal leadership position or spot in an organization, even though they could be at the same quality,” said Courtney Heier, junior kinesiology and movement science major. “For a program that shoots for equal numbers of female and male members, there is less of a chance that a female will get an acceptance than a male, even when they aren’t competing against each other.”Despite the rejection that some women face, Heier said everyone “has the potential to be a leader.”“I’ve gotten plenty of rejections from leadership roles,” Heier said. “Rejection for anyone causes self-doubt and comparison.”“There is a difference between how our student female leaders approach things and how our male leaders approach things,” Williams said. “Research shows that there’s a lot more self-doubt with women.”Heier worked with the TCU Leadership center to develop Lead NOW. The program, which is open to first-year female students by faculty nomination, provides opportunities for female students who want to develop confidence and leadership skills.Lead NOW kicked off its program with a 24-hour retreat in Weatherford, Texas. During the retreat, 27 female students participated in both large and small group sessions to explore themes such as identity, resilience, relationships and leadership.Heier said the most valuable part of the retreat was time spent in small-group discussion.“There was a lot of vulnerability there,” Heier said, “and an ability to open up and be willing to share tough experiences.”The Lead NOW program and its retreat were created to encourage female students to recognize their own unique strengths and develop confidence, Williams said.“We really wanted to have an avenue for young women to have a community where they could talk about themes of their own leadership styles,” Williams said. “We hope that they grow in their confidence levels.”Emi Gomez, a psychology and Spanish double major and member of Lead NOW, said the retreat helped her to learn more about her abilities as a female leader.“I learned more about myself and how I can separate my leadership abilities from who I am as a woman,” Gomez said. “I do not feel inferior for being a woman or a minority.”After attending the retreat, Gomez said she wants to expand her leadership experiences in the future.“By the time I graduate and continue on with my education, I want to make an impact on the TCU campus, Fort Worth and Global Community,” she said. 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News RSF_en AzerbaijanEurope – Central Asia AzerbaijanEurope – Central Asia RSF calls for a fully transparent investigation after mine kills two journalists in Azerbaijan “We’ll hold Ilham Aliyev personally responsible if anything happens to this blogger in France” RSF says News April 9, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders marked Azerbaijan’s National Press Day on 22 July by calling for the release of a newspaper editor who has spent the last nine months in jail.Rauf Arifoglu, editor of the country’s main opposition daily Yeni Musavat and vice president of the opposition party Musavat, has been imprisoned in the capital Baku since 27 October 2003.”This unjustified temporary detention has gone on too long,” said the international press freedom organisation. “Freeing Rauf Arifoglu and dropping charges against him would be the best way for the authorities to mark National Press Day.”This important gesture would demonstrate that the government really wants to respect its commitments to the European Union, the Council of Europe and the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)”, said Reporters Without Borders.The trial of Arifoglu, along with that of six other opposition leaders opened on 7 May 2004. He was accused of organising rioting that shook the country after contested presidential elections on 15 October 2003. He was accused of “disturbing public order” and “refusal to comply”. He risks a seven-year jail sentence.His lawyer, Samed Panahov, has spoken out against irregularities in the trial and lack of evidence against his client. He has said that the journalist’s state of health has deteriorated in prison – he suffers from a stomach ulcer – after being on hunger strike for ten days.Reporters Without Borders has been calling since October 2003 for Arifoglu to be bailed while awaiting the outcome of his trial. The OSCE has done the same but also in vain. On the contrary, the prosecutor-general’s office has several times extended Arifoglu’s period in custody. June 8, 2021 Find out more News July 21, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Reporters Without Borders urges release of opposition journalist imprisoned for nine months President Ilham Aliyev pardoned 160 prisoners on 29 December, of whom one third were political detainees. The European Union presidency hailed this gesture but nevertheless expressed concern for those arrested following the 15-16 October disturbances. It called for them to be quickly and fairly tried or released. Help by sharing this information On the eve of Azerbaijan’s National Press Day, Reporters Without Borders has called on the authorities to release Rauf Arifoglu, editor of the country’s main opposition daily and vice-president of an opposition party, who has been imprisoned in Baku since 27 October 2003. Organisation News June 4, 2021 Find out more to go further Russian peacekeepers deny foreign reporters access to Nagorno-Karabakh Follow the news on Azerbaijan
Organisation The regime has one of the world’s worst press freedom records, both in the traditional media and concerning the Internet. Online access is handled by the British-owned telecommunications firm Cable & Wireless.Zaki, Didi, Ibrahim Lutfy and his assistant Nisreen were arrested in January 2002 for publishing the e-mailed Sandhaanu, which exposed human rights abuses and corruption in the Maldives. Zaki, Lutfy and Didi were jailed for life on 7 July that year for alleged libel and “attempting to overthrow the government.” Nisreen, then 22, was given a 10-year sentence. Lutfy escaped on 24 May last year and now lives in Switzerland.Painter and dissident Naushad Waheed was arrested on 9 December 2001 after sending e-mail messages to Amnesty International and jailed for 15 years on 12 October 2002 for alleged anti-government activity. He has been tortured several times in prison.Medical certificate of Ahmad Didi : Help by sharing this information News MaldivesAsia – Pacific Reporters Without Borders called today on the European Union to obtain the release of four Maldivian cyber-dissidents, including three persons working for the e-mail newsletter Sandhaanu, who have been jailed since police broke up a 13 August pro-democracy demonstration. One of them, Ahmad Didi, has been tortured and is reported to be in critical condition. RSF calls for open trial of Maldivian blogger’s accused murderers News RSF_en Reporters Without Borders called today on the European Union to obtain the release of four Maldivian cyber-dissidents, including three persons working for the e-mail newsletter Sandhaanu, who have been jailed since police broke up a 13 August pro-democracy demonstration. One of them, Ahmad Didi (photo), has been tortured and is reported to be in critical condition.The worldwide press freedom organisation also urged the EU and its external relations commissioner Chris Patten to “firmly condemn the harsh repression” of President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom’s regime and said it was urgent to so because the prisoners were being ill treated.The three Sandhaanu cyberdissidents – Mohamed Zaki, Ahmad Didi and Fathimath Nisreen – and cyberdissident Naushad Waheed were arrested after they escaped their confinement to house arrest in the capital, Male, and had attended the protest and addressed the crowd. Didi returned home before the demonstration ended and police arrested him a few hours later and took him blindfold and handcuffed to the Girifushi army camp, where he was continually beaten and held in filthy conditions with very little to eat. He received no medical treatment despite having serious heart problems. Nisreen was arrested at her home the same day by National Security Service (NSS) agents and is reportedly being held in solitary confinement at Maafushi prison in a 3 sq.metre cell with no mattress and very little food.Zaki was also arrested on 13 August but released a few hours later. He was picked up again on 16 August by NSS agents. He has serious back problems. His son was also arrested during the protest and is reportedly being held at the Girifushi camp.Waheed has also been detained but it is not known when, or where he is being held.Several thousand people demonstrated in Male late on 12 August to demand the release of political prisoners, including the three Sandhaanu cyberdissidents. The peaceful protest was broken up with violence the next day and President Gayoom imposed a curfew and cut the entire country off from the Internet for two days. Follow the news on Maldives News to go further August 18, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Call for European Union to press for release of cyber-dissidents Maldivian president’s comms chief accused of sexually harassing journalist July 15, 2020 Find out more September 12, 2018 Find out more MaldivesAsia – Pacific RSF seeks press freedom pledges from Maldives presidential candidates News Receive email alerts April 23, 2018 Find out more
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The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Print This Post Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Did Obama Overestimate Progress of Housing Market Recovery? The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Subscribe Share Save Home / Daily Dose / Did Obama Overestimate Progress of Housing Market Recovery? Previous: California Lawmaker Assigned to Two Housing Committees Next: Real Estate, Finance Industry Vet Joins Jordan Capital Finance as SVP of Business Development Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Brian Honea’s writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master’s degree from Amberton University in Garland. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Related Articles Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago One of the main points in President Barack Obama’s speech about housing in Phoenix on Thursday was how far the housing industry has come since the bust of 2008 and particularly since he took office in January 2009.The president reported in his speech that the housing market has not come all the way back yet and there is still work to be done. But according to one analyst, the president may have overestimated how far the housing market has come back and the administration’s role in the recovery.”We have come back off the bottom of one of the worst housing busts in the country’s history,” said Rick Sharga, EVP at Auction.com, the largest online real estate market in the U.S. “But we’re still closer to the bottom than we are to the peak of the market during the housing boom. Prices have recovered, but are back to 2004 levels, meaning that we’ve still essentially lost a decade of equity. So there’s still quite a bit of room for expansion, and most people (myself included) are predicting that 2015 will be flat compared to 2014, and that 2016 may not be much better. So the market has gotten better, but it’s hardly robust.”Sharga said that the progress the housing market has made so far was mainly brought about by several factors.”And it’s important to note that this ‘recovery’ was facilitated by unprecedented action by the Federal Reserve; several years of historically low interest rates; and government-backed lending that accounts for about 96 percent of all loans being issued,” he said. “In a lot of ways, housing is still on life support; in stable, rather than critical condition, but hardly ready to fend for itself.”The president was in Phoenix to officially announce the lowering of Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage insurance premium rates by 50 basis points down to 0.85 percent in order to allow more first-time homebuyers to enter the market. The lowering of MIPs by the FHA has been widely praised by government officials and housing executives alike. While Sharga said he believes that lowering the insurance premiums will result in only a “miniscule” risk to taxpayers due to the profitability of FHA, he said the impact it will have on home sales will be minimal if the administration’s estimates come to pass.”The administration estimates that 250,000 people may be able to buy a home due to the reduction over the next three years,” he said. “If they’re correct – and frankly, this administration has always overestimated the impact of its mortgage and housing-related policies – those extra homebuyers will add approximately 1.6 percent more home sales than what’s already being projected. More likely, we’ll see the FHA’s share of loan volume go up a little bit, as their offerings will now be competitive versus conventional loans, especially for sub-729 FICO score borrowers.”During his speech on Thursday, the president encouraged the audience not to buy things they could not afford, saying the new lower FHA insurance premium rates are for “responsible borrowers.””Overall, I thought the President made some good points (Thursday). I was pleasantly surprised to hear him urge people to not buy a home that they couldn’t afford,” Sharga said. “Most of the rhetoric coming out of Washington over the past few years – and from this administration in particular – have painted borrowers as helpless victims and lenders as evil predators. It was refreshing to hear a clear message encouraging people to take personal responsibility for their personal finances.”Sharga was skeptical that the Obama Administration’s Home Affordable Modification Program has had the effect on housing recovery that the administration is touting, however.”HAMP was intended to save 4 to 5 million borrowers from foreclosure,” Sharga said. “The last time I checked, there were about 750,000 modified loans in the HAMP program, and there are lingering concerns that many of them may re-default when their rates begin to reset this year. I believe that the HAMP program did have a role in pushing servicers toward better-designed loan modification programs, but to give HAMP credit for all the proprietary loan modifications made by servicers and lenders seems somewhat disingenuous, or at least too optimistic.”While the Obama Administration created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act, the impact of the Bureau on lenders and housing as a whole may not be all positive, Sharga said.”And the CFPB, with its QM and ATR rules, along with some of the regulatory uncertainty the administration has fostered with its record financial penalties to lenders, has essentially caused lending to all but the most qualified borrowers to seize up,” he said. “This might be one way to define ‘stability,’ but it’s not doing much for the housing market, or for the broader economy.” Tagged with: Housing Market Housing Recovery President Barack Obama Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily January 11, 2015 1,236 Views About Author: Brian Honea Housing Market Housing Recovery President Barack Obama 2015-01-11 Brian Honea
Related posts:No related photos. Motorola to hold forum on futureOn 27 Feb 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Motorola’s HR team is creating a consultation forum withunions and staff to discuss efficiency savings and possible job cuts at itsSwindon plant. HR manager Dyfed Evans told Personnel Today that he wants toinvolve staff in the debate over productivity. Evans said, “Reducing theheadcount is only one of the options that we are looking at as a company. Theforum will look at ways to improve em-ployee productivity.”Last week Motorola ann-ounced 4,000 job losses worldwide inan attempt to boost profits. The forum will be made up of 15 employees elected by theSwindon workforce as well as three or four management representatives. Evanssaid, “Key to the discussion will be how we can face the challenge of remainingcompetitive in our marketplace.”Evans, who will chair the forum, claimed that the results ofthe discussions will be filtered through the rest of the company. It will becommunicated through “round-tables” of site directors sitting down with arandomly selected group of employees. He said, “We don’t want employees tothink deals are being done in smoke-filled rooms.”The Swindon plant employs 1,600 staff and throughout the UK,Motorola employs 10,000 employees and had sales of £3.9bn in 2000. Previous Article Next Article
The laboratory of Dr. Jianfei Qi at Greenebaum Comprehensive CancerCenter, University of Maryland, Baltimore campus, is recruiting apostdoctoral fellow for ongoing research in the epigenetics andprostate cancer biology. A major focus of the lab is in studyingrole of histone demethylases and ubiquitin ligases in the prostatecancer progression and therapeutic resistance. The projects employmulti-disciplinary approaches including biochemistry, molecularbiology, genomics/epigenomics, cell line models, human prostatecancer tissues, xenograft and PTEN transgenic prostate cancermodels.Qualifications :Candidates possessing Ph.D. degree in biochemistry, cell biology ora health-related field are eligible to apply. UMB is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Allqualified applicants will receive consideration for employmentwithout regard to sex, gender, identity, sexual orientation, race,color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteranstatus, age, or any other characteristic protected by law orpolicy. We value diversity and how it enriches are academic andscientific community and strive toward cultivating an inclusiveenvironment that supports all employees.
FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail REWARD INCREASED IN SEARCH FOR ANSWERS IN MURDER CASE By 44 News Reporter Heather Good Reports.The family of slain local DJ Shane Breedlove is searching for answers and increasing a reward for information.A group gathered Tuesday night at the intersection of Washington and Thompson where Breedlove was found dead last year. His mother announced the $15,000 reward has been increased to $40,000.Derrick Murray, Bobby Michael Handegard and Bobby John Handegard were arrested August 4th and charged with murder. They were later released due to a lack of evidence.At the remembrance service, people were not shy about their calls for justice.
60, of Jackson Twp., NJ, passed away on March 1, 2017, at home. He was born in Bayonne and resided there for several years prior to relocating to Jackson Twp., NJ, 26 years ago. Steven was employed with Continental Airlines, Newark, NJ, for 20 years and more recently owned and operated Air Ducts Unlimited, LLC, Jackson, NJ, for the past 11 years. He was a communicant of St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church, Jackson Twp., NJ. Steven was predeceased by his Parents, Steven and Mary Pirniak. He is survived by his Son, Patrick Pirniak; his Sister, Kathleen Tudino and her Husband, Joseph; his Aunts, Helen Pirniak and Olga DeMay; and by his many Nieces and Nephews. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Steven’s memory to St. Jude Cildren’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Pl., Memphis, TN 38105-1942. Funeral arrangements by GEORGE S. HASSLER Funeral Home, 980 Bennetts Mills Rd., Jackson, NJ.