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          Back-to-Back CAA Champ Elon WBB Adds Five Ahead of 2018-19      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ELON, N.C. – Elon University women’s basketball has signed five new student-athletes set to join the program ahead of the 2018-19 season, the first year of competition inside Schar Center. The signees include Kayla Liles (Owings Mills, Md./McDonogh), Brie Perpignan (Alexandria, Va./Bishop O’Connell), Micaela Ryan (Clarence Center, N.Y./Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart), Duru Tasman ...Read the Rest...
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Caldwell Academy Alumni, Cassie Thompson, Class of 2017, was sworn in as a Cadet at the US Coast Guard Academy on JULY 2, 2018 & will play on the Fall Volleyball Team. While at Caldwell, she was a 5 year starter, 3 time All Conference Selection, TAC Player of the Year, NCISAA ALL STATE , ...Read the Rest...
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NC-Greensboro, Software Coordinator Camco Manufacturing, Inc has an immediate opening for someone to support our on-going software enhancements in Microsoft Dynamics AX and its related applications. Duties will include, but are not limited to: Become proficient in all of the functional processes across all modules of the ERP system. Define problems or areas for potential improvements in the software. Participate
           Mary Munson       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
<blurb> Mary Munson (ca. 1848-1920) was known for her work on behalf of the women's suffrage movement ?</blurb>

<div class="author-info"><b>Monica Tapper, Wallace Community College Selma</b></div><div class="article-content"><body><page>
<div> Mary Munson (ca. 1848-1920) was known for her work on behalf of the women's suffrage movement in Vinemont, <a type="nge_article" href="h-1326">Cullman County</a>, where she was instrumental in establishing the Vinemont Equal Suffrage Association. </div>
<div> Munson was born Mary Ellen Kelly in 1848 in Laurel Township, Indiana, to Moses and Elizabeth Kelly; she had two siblings. Very little is known of her early life and education. She and her family moved from Indiana to Iowa and then to Illinois, where she met her future husband, Charles Munson. In 1889, at the age of 42, she married the two-time widower and successful businessman. Charles, who was president of the Munson Belt Manufacturing Company, was born in 1830 in Huntington, Massachusetts, and was considerably older than his third wife. With her new husband and his children, Munson traveled the world until her husband's death in 1891, less than two years after the marriage. A few months later, his eldest daughter died, leaving Munson to look out for the financial interests of not only herself but his three remaining children. She had been left partially in charge of her late husband's estate and upon the advice of his former business associates; she sold most of her stock in his company. In 1895, she came to believe that they had cheated her out of a fair price for the stock and sued. The outcome of the long running case is unclear, but she was left in very good financial condition nonetheless. </div>
<div> In 1898, Munson moved to <a type="nge_article" href="h-1598">Alabama</a>. She bought Ridge Farm, a country house just outside of Vinemont (now known as <a type="nge_article" href="h-3458">South Vinemont</a>), Cullman County. Eventually, her mother, sister, and brother came to live with her at Ridge Farm, where she grew strawberries, peas, corn, and peanuts. When Munson could not find a buyer for her <a type="nge_article" href="h-2016">peanuts</a>, she turned to raising hogs, which she fed her unsold peanuts. She was locally known for hosting extravagant parties as well as picnics for the Strawberry Growers Club at her country home. The family even brought down the remains of her father, who had died 30 years earlier, to be reinterred in Vinemont. </div>
<div> In August 1913, Munson hosted a luncheon at Ridge Farm that would become the inaugural meeting of the Vinemont Equal Suffrage Association (VESA), which elected her as president. The other officers elected at this initial meeting were a Mrs. Gregg as vice president and a Mrs. Greenleaf as secretary and treasurer. The next meeting of the VESA was advertised in the local newspaper, and both men and women were invited to attend, however they might feel about women's suffrage. But, the same article declared that women should get ready to vote, as Alabama men would certainly be granting them this right. Indeed, Alabama suffragettes were not counting on federal legislation to grant them suffrage. They preferred to leave this to the individual states. Alabama, however, failed to ratify the Nineteenth Amendment, which Tennessee did in 1920. </div>
<div> Munson was re-elected president the following year. Katherine Sexton was elected vice president and Helen B. Greenleaf was elected treasurer. At the second convention of the <a type="nge_article" href="h-1150">Alabama Equal Suffrage Association</a> held in <a type="nge_article" href="h-2498">Huntsville</a> in February 1914, Munson represented the Vinemont suffragists, and was joined by representatives from the 10 other Alabama societies from <a type="nge_article" href="h-1635">Selma</a>, <a type="nge_article" href="h-1421">Birmingham</a>, <a type="nge_article" href="h-1833">Montgomery</a>, Huntsville, <a type="nge_article" href="h-2122">Cullman</a>, <a type="nge_article" href="h-1598">Greensboro</a>, <a type="nge_article" href="h-1654">Tuscaloosa</a>, <a type="nge_article" href="h-2534">Pell City</a>, Coal City, and <a type="nge_article" href="h-1794">Mobile</a>. </div>
<div> Munson undertook many other initiatives to help the community. She worked to organize a local chapter of the Boy Scouts, supported a missionary trip to China, and organized the Vinemont Library Association. In 1919, Munson sold Ridge Farm and moved into town to a house on Central Avenue. The following year, on September 25, 1920, she died from a brain hemorrhage at her home. She was buried in the Public Cemetery of Cullman, although at that time it was known as the Protestant Cemetery. As a well-respected resident of Vinemont, she transformed her life as a farmer, humanitarian, hostess, and socialite. She may not be recognized as a famous figure in the national suffrage movement, but her lasting influence is her contribution to women's opportunities and the suffrage movement in her local community of Vinemont.
<br/><br/><em type="bold">Additional Resources</em><br/><br/>
Harper, Ida Husted. <em type="italic"> The History of Woman Suffrage. Vol 6.</em> New York: National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1922.</div></page></body></div><div class="publish-info">Published:&nbsp&nbsp<b>July 10, 2018</b>&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp|&nbsp&nbsp&nbspLast updated:&nbsp&nbsp<b>July 10, 2018</b></div> <div class="printthis-button"><a target="_blank" href="h-3996?printable=true"><img src="/sites/default/themes/mythemes/acq_my_theme/images/printthis-button.png"></a></div><div class="ref_links"><h2>Related Articles:</h2><p><a href="/article/h-2128"><int_xref id="h-2128" type="nge_article">New South Era</int_xref></a></p><p><a href="/article/h-3054"><int_xref id="h-3054" type="nge_article">Alva Vanderbilt Belmont</int_xref></a></p><p><a href="/article/h-1107"><int_xref id="h-1107" type="nge_article">Pattie Ruffner Jacobs</int_xref></a></p><p><a href="/article/h-3995"><int_xref id="h-3995" type="nge_article">Elizabeth Moore</int_xref></a></p><p><a href="/article/h-3529"><int_xref id="h-3529" type="nge_article">Hattie Hooker Wilkins</int_xref></a></p></div>


          The Week in Reviews, Op. 238: Ray Chen; Stefan Jackiw; Jeremy Black      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
By Laurie Niles: In an effort to promote the coverage of live violin performance, Violinist.com each week presents links to reviews of notable concerts and recitals around the world.

Ray Chen performed Mozart Concerto No. 5 with the Aspen Festival Chamber Orchestra

  • Aspen Times: "Rain, which intrudes on tent concerts sporadically throughout the season, started pounding just as violin soloist Ray Chen reached the final pages of Mozart's elegant Concerto No. 5 in A major. As the audience rose to a standing ovation, the tent felt like inside of bass drum battered by a hundred percussionists. The thrum persisted through intermission. With a shrug, Chen left the stage without an encore, but returned to play it (amplified) as the rain started to let up during the second half. Paganani's Caprice No. 21 showed off his chops impressively."

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Ray Chen.

Stefan Jackiw performed the Korngold Violin Concerto with the Aspen Festival Orchestra.

  • Aspen Times:: "...the apex of the afternoon was Stefan Jackiw's superbly articulated, fearlessly Romantic and sleek work on Korngold's heart-on-sleeve Violin Concerto. Robertson coaxed vital backing from the orchestra, whether articulating the tunes from Korngold's films or supporting the violinist gracefully as he tackled the challenging gestures in the score. Jackiw outdid himself with a stately, regal and deft encore, the Largo from Bach's Unaccompanied Sonata No. 3."

Jeremy Black performed Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" with the Grant Park Orchestra.

  • Chicago Classical Review: "Black in particular tapped into the interpretive freedoms afforded by the score, varying repeated refrains and improvising ornamentations, notably in the inner movement of a delightful Spring concerto. Black led the ensemble through sensitive, uncaricatured dynamic turns; with Beilman and Haman contributing subtle, wry solos."

Anne Akiko Meyers performed the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with the Eastern Music Festival Orchestra.

  • Greensboro News & Record: "Meyers displayed beautiful tone and a dazzling technique, occasionally punctuated by an audible foot stomp to reinforce her rhythm. After a soaring lyrical slow movement, the third movement was impeccably together with the woodwinds’ staccato matching the soloist while the lower strings spun one of Mendelssohn’s memorable melodies with well-balanced delicacy."

Julia Fischer performed the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with the Tonhalle Orchestra Zürich.

  • National Business Reviews: "Her approach appeared to be focused on providing an intelligent understanding of the music both technically and emotionally. At times she played with a riveting aggressiveness while at other times her playing was tender, thoughtful and playful. "

Benjamin Beilman performed the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with the Orchestra of St. Luke at Caramoor.

  • New York Times: "Playing with rich sound and plenty of brilliance, Mr. Beilman conveyed both dreamy lyricism and heated intensity."

Stefan Jackiw cellist Jay Campbell and pianist Conrad Tao performed in recital at the Aspen Music Festival.

  • Aspen Times: "...the Junction Trio (the initials of their last names spell JCT) lavished bracing technique and jaw-dropping precision on piano trios by Ives and Ravel. Jackiw set the scene for the rambunctious Ives piece in an introduction that sketched the composer's life story and how it affected the music. A thorny first movement resolves with an unexpected major chord, a scherzo that blatantly calls itself a "joke" merrily clashes totally different but familiar strands, the finale veers toward nostalgia. The playing here never let up in intensity."

Please support music in your community by attending a concert or recital whenever you can!

          Medical Surgical Nurse - Travel - (MS RN)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted on: 2018-07-10

Job Category
Registered Nurse
Profession
MS
Specialty

Shift
12 D/E/N
Duration
12 Weeks
Start Date
ASAP
Pay Rate
$29.00 - $32.00
Job Description & Requirements
Medical Surgical Nurse - Travel - (MS RN)
This position presents an opportunity to join an elite team of passionate physicians and nurses within the Medical Surgical (MS) unit. This unit sees a wide variety of conditions including endocrine, wound care, neurology and gerontology as well as patients undergoing basic recovery care. Your expertise will be utilized for high level care within the traditional Medical Surgical unit setting. MS RN's can expect to enhance their professional experience while providing top notch patient care to those most needing it.
Required Qualifications
NC license in hand BLS EPIC
Preferred Qualifications
Call for details.
About the Facility
As the flagship medical facility for one of the largest and most comprehensive health networks in North Carolina's Piedmont Triad region, this 518-bed tertiary care hospital is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and The Joint Commission. This hospital offers a full range of inpatient and outpatient medical services, including a Level II trauma center, a pediatric emergency department, a heart and vascular center, and a rehabilitation center.
Facility Location
With almost 300,000 residents, Greensboro is North Carolinas third-largest city. Attractions include the Eastern Music Festival, Blandwood Mansion, Center City Park, the Greensboro Children's Museum, and a number of historic theaters. Green-friendly Greensboro is a member of the Clean Cities Hall of Fame and is currently constructing an ambitious, multi-million dollar "greenway loop" system of paths, outdoor classrooms, and art show-spaces around its downtown area.
Job Benefits
NursesRx, an AMN Healthcare company, is a leading travel nursing staffing agency that can help you achieve the career you've trained for, and the lifestyle you've always wanted. With thousands of positions nationwide, NursesRx lets registered nurses (RN) choose from the very best assignments with top-ranked hospitals and facilities throughout the United States. AMN Healthcare is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer. We encourage minority and female applicants to apply.
About the Company
NursesRx, an AMN Healthcare company, is a leading travel nursing staffing agency that can help you achieve the career you've trained for, and the lifestyle you've always wanted. With thousands of positions nationwide, NursesRx lets registered nurses (RN) choose from the very best assignments with top-ranked hospitals and facilities throughout the United States. AMN Healthcare is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer. We encourage minority and female applicants to apply.

          2nd Shift Shipping Clerks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NC-Greensboro, 2nd Shift Shipping Clerks Camco Manufacturing Inc. has consistently grown over the past several years. With the continued growth our shipping department has openings in several positions. Consequently, we need several highly organized and efficient shipping clerks to help out in the day to day shipping functions. The successful candidate will need to be able to pick orders in our pick module, and
          4th of July in Greensboro      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 A puppet of the Green Man shelters flag carriers ready to oppose the “no hugging” forces of I.C.E. as part of Bread and Puppet’s contribution to Greensboro’s parade Saturday. Photo by Joseph Gresser …To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe to the online edition below: Annual online subscription Short-term online subscription Print subscription (To find a particular article, search for the corresponding edition of the newspaper)

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          (Greensboro) Browning Invector Plus BPS - Offer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Browning Invector Plus BPS, 28" ribbed barrel, 2 3/4" and 3" shells. Threaded for chokes but none are included. The finish aint pretty, but the gun itself is sound and functions properly. Great chance to get a high end shotgun for less, would make a nice refinish project. Bluing is very worn, stock is heavily scratched, a few dings in the rib.

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          Carrie Underwood & Mike Fisher Celebrate 8th Anniversary With Sweet Selfies      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher at CMT awards

Looks like love is in the air today as country music star Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher celebrate 8 years of marriage.

According to Bustle, the couple was introduced back in 2008 by mutual friend and Carrie’s bass player, Mark Childers, who decided to set her up with his National Hockey League star friend, Mike. However, Carrie didn’t find the idea of going on a date with a stranger very appealing so, Mark arranged for the two to meet backstage at one of Carrie’s concerts instead.

The duo did the long distance thing for a while before getting engaged in 2009.

After a short engagement, the couple tied the knot on July 10, 2010, at the Ritz Carlton Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Georgia, surrounded by 250 of their friends and family members. The ceremony featuring classical music and reading of the couple’s favorite Bible verses, as was reported by People.

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          High Point University President Nido Qubein Named 2018, ’19 Wyndham Championship Honorary Chairman      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT NIDO QUBEIN NAMED 2018, ‘19 WYNDHAM CHAMPIONSHIP HONORARY CHAIRMAN GREENSBORO, N.C. –High Point University president Nido Qubein is the 2018 and ‘19 Wyndham Championship honorary chairman, the tournament announced today. The 79th annual Wyndham Championship is set for Aug. 14-19, 2018. As the honorary chairman, Qubein will serve as an ambassador ...Read the Rest...
          Qorvo Announces Pricing of $500 Million Senior Notes Offering      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GREENSBORO, N.C., July 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Qorvo® (Nasdaq:QRVO), a leading provider of innovative RF solutions that connect the world, today announced the pricing of its offering of $500 million principal amount of its senior notes maturing in 2026 (the “Notes”). The offering was upsized from a previously announced amount of $300 million. The […]
          Week 15 Preview: Cobras vs. Steelhawks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GREENSBORO - The Carolina Cobras (7-4) are back in action following their final bye week of the season, taking on the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks (0-11) ... - NAL Carolina Cobras
          Software Development / Testing Internships      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NC-Greensboro, Software Development / Testing Internships Camco Manufacturing, Inc is accepting applications for both software development and software testing internships. The successful candidates will possess excellent problem solving skills. They will need to be able to work independently, as well as in a team environment. They will need to be able to communicate effectively and be able to juggle multiple pr
          UNCG Partners with BSN SPORTS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Greensboro, N.C.- UNCG Department of Athletics has announced a seven-year partnership with BSN SPORTS. The agreement is part of BSN SPORTS Collegiate Select program, which aims to make BSN SPORTS a comprehensive one-stop provider for all collegiate athletic, intramural, club and staff apparel and equipment for all DI, DII, DIII, NJCAA and NAIA schools.
          Ap Mechanic Job At Signature Flight Support - A P Mechanic      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Greensboro, NC - United States, NC ABOUT US Signature TECHNICAirs world-class MRO service is available in 14 U.S. locations and 2 U.K. locations. Each location has a long history of highly personalized service, rapid response, and precision quality. When it comes to safety, Signature TECH
          Four N.C. cities make top 10 best driving list      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This has go to be the kind of news that drives—(get it?) mass transit advocates crazy—four N.C. cities made the top 10 in in WalletHub’s list of best cities for driving. Raleigh topped the list, followed by Greensboro at No. 4, Winston-Salem at No. 6 and Durham at No. 7. WalletHub says it used 29 […]
          The Week in Reviews, Op. 238: Ray Chen; Stefan Jackiw; Jeremy Black      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
By Laurie Niles: In an effort to promote the coverage of live violin performance, Violinist.com each week presents links to reviews of notable concerts and recitals around the world. Ray Chen performed Mozart Concerto No. 5 with the Aspen Festival Chamber Orchestra
  • Aspen Times: "Rain, which intrudes on tent concerts sporadically throughout the season, started pounding just as violin soloist Ray Chen reached the final pages of Mozart's elegant Concerto No. 5 in A major. As the audience rose to a standing ovation, the tent felt like inside of bass drum battered by a hundred percussionists. The thrum persisted through intermission. With a shrug, Chen left the stage without an encore, but returned to play it (amplified) as the rain started to let up during the second half. Paganani's Caprice No. 21 showed off his chops impressively."
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Ray Chen.
Stefan Jackiw performed the Korngold Violin Concerto with the Aspen Festival Orchestra.
  • Aspen Times:: "...the apex of the afternoon was Stefan Jackiw's superbly articulated, fearlessly Romantic and sleek work on Korngold's heart-on-sleeve Violin Concerto. Robertson coaxed vital backing from the orchestra, whether articulating the tunes from Korngold's films or supporting the violinist gracefully as he tackled the challenging gestures in the score. Jackiw outdid himself with a stately, regal and deft encore, the Largo from Bach's Unaccompanied Sonata No. 3."
Jeremy Black performed Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" with the Grant Park Orchestra.
  • Chicago Classical Review: "Black in particular tapped into the interpretive freedoms afforded by the score, varying repeated refrains and improvising ornamentations, notably in the inner movement of a delightful Spring concerto. Black led the ensemble through sensitive, uncaricatured dynamic turns; with Beilman and Haman contributing subtle, wry solos."
Philippe Quint performed Piazzolla’s "Four Seasons of Buenos Aires" with the Colorado Music Festival Orchestra.
  • Sharps & Flatirons: "A player who has his own ties to the style of Piazzolla’s music, Quint delivered a passionate performance....This is music of rapidly shifting moods, sometimes capturing the rough tango of Buenos Aires dance halls, sometimes more sultry, sometimes fiery. Quint seems to have them all in his hip pocket, moving from one mood to the next with no visible strain, and then filling the hall with a beautiful tone in the last movement’s lyrical moments. Conductor, orchestra and soloist danced together without a stumble."
Anne Akiko Meyers performed the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with the Eastern Music Festival Orchestra.
  • Greensboro News & Record: "Meyers displayed beautiful tone and a dazzling technique, occasionally punctuated by an audible foot stomp to reinforce her rhythm. After a soaring lyrical slow movement, the third movement was impeccably together with the woodwinds’ staccato matching the soloist while the lower strings spun one of Mendelssohn’s memorable melodies with well-balanced delicacy."
Julia Fischer performed the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with the Tonhalle Orchestra Zürich.
  • National Business Reviews: "Her approach appeared to be focused on providing an intelligent understanding of the music both technically and emotionally. At times she played with a riveting aggressiveness while at other times her playing was tender, thoughtful and playful. "
Benjamin Beilman performed the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with the Orchestra of St. Luke at Caramoor.
  • New York Times: "Playing with rich sound and plenty of brilliance, Mr. Beilman conveyed both dreamy lyricism and heated intensity."
Stefan Jackiw cellist Jay Campbell and pianist Conrad Tao performed in recital at the Aspen Music Festival.
  • Aspen Times: "...the Junction Trio (the initials of their last names spell JCT) lavished bracing technique and jaw-dropping precision on piano trios by Ives and Ravel. Jackiw set the scene for the rambunctious Ives piece in an introduction that sketched the composer's life story and how it affected the music. A thorny first movement resolves with an unexpected major chord, a scherzo that blatantly calls itself a "joke" merrily clashes totally different but familiar strands, the finale veers toward nostalgia. The playing here never let up in intensity."
Please support music in your community by attending a concert or recital whenever you can!

          (USA-NC-Greensboro) Senior Design Engineer - Acoustic - Industry Leader      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Senior Design Engineer - Acoustic - Industry Leader Senior Design Engineer - Acoustic - Industry Leader - Skills Required - RF, BAW, EM, ADS, AWR, HFSS, Matlab We enable customers to launch next-generation designs even faster. We are an leader in RF solutions and offer the agility, innovation and precision customers need for success in mobile, infrastructure, and defense markets. We are an industry leader comprised of the best and brightest throughout the nation and are looking to expand our engineering team to keep up with rapid growth. **What You Will Be Doing** - Design and development of BAW filtering component used in wireless and non-wireless RF applications - Filter designs involve the knowledge of circuit simulation, front end radio architecture, communication system, RF characterization, micro-electronics technology and fabrication process - Design BAW acoustic devices employing a variety of design techniques, including conventional bandpass filters, ladder filters and notch filters - Perform acoustic and electromagnetic (EM) simulations using a combination of commercially available tools as well as the company's state-of-the-art internally developed tools; Layout devices and generate photomask sets - Interact with BAW process engineers and R&D team, using knowledge of fabrication process variations and capabilities - Perform device characterization and diagnostics using the latest state of the art in RF/Microwave test equipment. - Responsible of the continuous improvement of design flow, method and cycle time **What You Need for this Position** - BSEE with RF focus; minimum 6 months of industry experience to include each of the following: RF circuit design (incl. Microwave resonator, filter, coupler, antenna, amplifier) - RF front end design - Layout design and troubleshooting; Impedance matching and tuning on bench and in software - Filter component evaluation and integration - RF device characterization, system level measurements and test setup - High volume manufacturing, statistical analysis and six-sigma method for process improvement - Wireless protocols and communication standards; ADS, AWR and HFSS - Programming skills in script language and/or Matlab **What's In It for You** - Top pay, benefits, and ability to work in one of the most exciting technology fields - Casual work environment, surrounded by the best and the brightest technical minds - Make a true impact on our company and products with high-visibility and possibilities for career growth - The opportunity to gain meaningful career development while working with the core engineering team - Opportunity to learn a ton and to continue to grow as an engineer So, if you are a Acoustic Design Engineer with experience, please apply today! Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. **CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. **Your Right to Work** – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. *Senior Design Engineer - Acoustic - Industry Leader* *NC-Greensboro* *RV5-1466949*
          (USA-NC-Greensboro) Acoustic Design Engineer - Industry Leader      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Acoustic Design Engineer - Industry Leader Acoustic Design Engineer - Industry Leader - Skills Required - RF, BAW, EM, ADS, AWR, HFSS, Matlab We enable customers to launch next-generation designs even faster. We are an leader in RF solutions and offer the agility, innovation and precision customers need for success in mobile, infrastructure, and defense markets. We are an industry leader comprised of the best and brightest throughout the nation and are looking to expand our engineering team to keep up with rapid growth. **What You Will Be Doing** - Design and development of BAW filtering component used in wireless and non-wireless RF applications - Filter designs involve the knowledge of circuit simulation, front end radio architecture, communication system, RF characterization, micro-electronics technology and fabrication process - Design BAW acoustic devices employing a variety of design techniques, including conventional bandpass filters, ladder filters and notch filters - Perform acoustic and electromagnetic (EM) simulations using a combination of commercially available tools as well as the company's state-of-the-art internally developed tools; Layout devices and generate photomask sets - Interact with BAW process engineers and R&D team, using knowledge of fabrication process variations and capabilities - Perform device characterization and diagnostics using the latest state of the art in RF/Microwave test equipment. - Responsible of the continuous improvement of design flow, method and cycle time **What You Need for this Position** - BSEE with RF focus; minimum 6 months of industry experience to include each of the following: RF circuit design (incl. Microwave resonator, filter, coupler, antenna, amplifier) - RF front end design - Layout design and troubleshooting; Impedance matching and tuning on bench and in software - Filter component evaluation and integration - RF device characterization, system level measurements and test setup - High volume manufacturing, statistical analysis and six-sigma method for process improvement - Wireless protocols and communication standards; ADS, AWR and HFSS - Programming skills in script language and/or Matlab **What's In It for You** - Top pay, benefits, and ability to work in one of the most exciting technology fields - Casual work environment, surrounded by the best and the brightest technical minds - Make a true impact on our company and products with high-visibility and possibilities for career growth - The opportunity to gain meaningful career development while working with the core engineering team - Opportunity to learn a ton and to continue to grow as an engineer So, if you are a Acoustic Design Engineer with experience, please apply today! Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. **CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. **Your Right to Work** – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. *Acoustic Design Engineer - Industry Leader* *NC-Greensboro* *RV5-1466945*
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Acoustic Design Engineer - Industry Leader Acoustic Design Engineer - Industry Leader - Skills Required - RF, BAW, EM, ADS, AWR, HFSS, Matlab We enable customers to launch next-generation designs even faster. We are an leader in RF solutions and offer the agility, innovation and precision customers need for success in mobile, infrastructure, and defense markets. We are an industry leader comprised of the best and brightest throughout the nation and are looking to expand our engineering team to keep up with rapid growth. **What You Will Be Doing** - Design and development of BAW filtering component used in wireless and non-wireless RF applications - Filter designs involve the knowledge of circuit simulation, front end radio architecture, communication system, RF characterization, micro-electronics technology and fabrication process - Design BAW acoustic devices employing a variety of design techniques, including conventional bandpass filters, ladder filters and notch filters - Perform acoustic and electromagnetic (EM) simulations using a combination of commercially available tools as well as the company's state-of-the-art internally developed tools; Layout devices and generate photomask sets - Interact with BAW process engineers and R&D team, using knowledge of fabrication process variations and capabilities - Perform device characterization and diagnostics using the latest state of the art in RF/Microwave test equipment. - Responsible of the continuous improvement of design flow, method and cycle time **What You Need for this Position** - BSEE with RF focus; minimum 6 months of industry experience to include each of the following: RF circuit design (incl. Microwave resonator, filter, coupler, antenna, amplifier) - RF front end design - Layout design and troubleshooting; Impedance matching and tuning on bench and in software - Filter component evaluation and integration - RF device characterization, system level measurements and test setup - High volume manufacturing, statistical analysis and six-sigma method for process improvement - Wireless protocols and communication standards; ADS, AWR and HFSS - Programming skills in script language and/or Matlab **What's In It for You** - Top pay, benefits, and ability to work in one of the most exciting technology fields - Casual work environment, surrounded by the best and the brightest technical minds - Make a true impact on our company and products with high-visibility and possibilities for career growth - The opportunity to gain meaningful career development while working with the core engineering team - Opportunity to learn a ton and to continue to grow as an engineer So, if you are a Acoustic Design Engineer with experience, please apply today! Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. **CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. **Your Right to Work** – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire. *Acoustic Design Engineer - Industry Leader* *NC-Greensboro* *RV5-1466915*
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GREENSBORO, N.C. — It’s hard to miss the yellow sign outside Irving Park Elementary School. It’s a campus that sits on the edge of one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Greensboro. But the sign is there. Every Monday through Thursday during the summer months, the sign helps directs young people to one part of a Guilford County-wide program that feeds breakfast and lunch to about 600 children. Although it’s open to any child 18 years old and younger, most […]
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GREENSBORO, N.C. — A community in Greensboro has been working to brand itself and now we can see things are starting catch on. About a year and a half ago, the city of Greensboro put up signs officially marking the area on Battleground Avenue northwest of downtown as “Midtown.” Now, if you drive though there you’ll notice that name on a bunch of signs. Places like 1618 Midtown, Midtown Financial Advisors and Midtown Apartment Homes have renamed themselves to go […]
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GREENSBORO, N.C. — If you’re looking for the “best hole-in-the-wall diner” in the state, you won’t have to go far. Smith Street Diner, located at 438 Battleground Ave., was named just that by the website Cheapism. The diner serves breakfast all day, plus lunch and dinner but is known for its massive biscuits. Cheapism recommended this as what to order: “The homemade corned beef hash, served with two eggs, comes highly recommended. If you go for the biscuits, be sure to smother […]
          Dr. John Locke to retire after decades directing hugely successful UNCG Summer Music Camp      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Thirty-six years ago when Dr. John Locke accepted a teaching position at UNC-Greensboro, his first goal was to establish an influential music camp. Locke recalls some in the community thought he wouldn’t be able to achieve such a feat. “Band directors around town said, ‘John, go ahead and give it try, but it will never work. Too many other successful camps and it doesn’t have a chance. I’m sorry,'” Locke said. Over 60,000 students later, UNCG’s Summer […]
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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Police have made an arrest in the shooting of a 13-year-old girl and her mother, according to a news release. Thomas Lloyd, 16, of Elon, is charged with two counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill or inflict serious injury, two counts of discharging a weapon into occupied property causing serious bodily injury, felony discharging a weapon into occupied dwelling/moving vehicle, felony discharging a weapon into occupied property, misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon […]
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Greensboro, NC-based Jorgenson Consulting is leading the search for a new president and CEO for the Brunswick and Glynn County Economic Development Authority in Brunswick, GA. Mel Baxter, the organization’s current leader, announced in March that he would be stepping down. He said he will stay on until his replacement is in place. Todd Jorgenson, the

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South and West Stokes volleyball teams competed in their first scrimmages of the new volleyball season this week. The Wildcats traveled to North Surry for two days, while the Sauras made the trek to Northwest Guilford in Greensboro. West played three 50-minute games against North Surry, Wilkes Central and McMichael. “We’re further along than I […]
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REPUBLICAN MEDDLING WITH BOARDS OF ELECTION RESULTS IN SPLIT VOTES: The State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement will have to set early voting plans for Wake and Orange counties after local elections boards deadlocked over details Tuesday. In Wake County, the two Democrats on the board wanted a voting site on the North Carolina State University campus. The two Republican members didn't. Weekend voting hours were the sticking point in Orange County. Wake County's board spent three hours on the issue Tuesday between public comment, board debate and recesses. In the end, Democrats insisted on the N.C. State site at the Talley Student Union, and Republicans were opposed, citing poor parking and the fact that the plan had two other sites inside the Interstate 440 Beltline.
https://www.wral.com/wake-orange-counties-deadlock-over-early-voting-plan/17688637/

STAFFERS QUIT GOP CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE'S CAMPAIGN AFTER ALLEGATIONS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE: In court, Maria Robey said her ex-husband was verbally abusive to her and that she did not go to child exchanges out of fear for what might happen. Adrian Robey's attorney tried to introduce evidence about a 2010 protective order that Maria Robey sought against Von Loor, alleging he had thrown a bottle of wine at her house, threatened to break her car windows and pushed her so hard that a friend called police. Von Loor said he had no comment to reporters at the courthouse on Friday. On Tuesday, Joel Gillison and Alex Baltzegar posted letters of resignation from the Von Loor campaign to Twitter. "In light of recently-surfaced past events, previously unbeknownst to me, I am resigning my position as campaign manager effective immediately," Gillison wrote.
https://www.newsobserver.com/news/politics-government/article214656400.html

TEN ROBESON COUNTY VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS CHARGED WITH MULTIPLE COUNTS OF ARSON: Ten volunteer firefighters were arrested Tuesday and accused of being involved in a nearly two-year conspiracy to set numerous fires in woods and abandoned structures, according to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office. The firefighters work with the Fairmont Rural Fire Department and the Orrum Fire Department. There are approximately 90 arson-related charges in the investigation, and more charges are expected, authorities said. "Not accidental, set on fire...what it costs taxpayers to answer these numerous calls. We've been doing this for the last six months," Sheriff Kenneth Sealey said. "Several woods fires and abandoned house fires in a week." Carolyn Harriman, who lives around the corner from the Fairmont firehouse, said she is shocked by the allegations. "I don't understand that. I mean, the job might be boring at times, but you don't go creating fires just to have something to put out," she said.
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OBLIVIOUS TO THE IRONY, TRUMP SAYS GERMANY "TOTALLY CONTROLLED" BY RUSSIA: In a combative start to his NATO visit, President Donald Trump asserted Wednesday that a pipeline project has made Germany "totally controlled" by and "captive to Russia" and blasted allies' defense spending, opening what was expected to be a fraught summit with a list of grievances involving American allies. Trump, in a testy exchange with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, took issue with the U.S. protecting Germany as it strikes deals with Russia. The criticism was an unusual one coming from Trump, who has appeared eager to cozy up to Putin and who has dismissed the U.S. intelligence community's assessment that Russia tried to undermine Western democracy by meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election to help Trump win. During the campaign, Trump often resorted to the tactic of falsely accusing his opponents of things he had been criticized for doing.
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TRUMP RAMPS UP TRADE WAR AGAINST CHINA WITH $200 BILLION IN NEW TARIFFS: The Trump administration is readying tariffs on another $200 billion in Chinese imports, ranging from burglar alarms to mackerel, escalating a trade war between the world's two biggest economies. The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative proposed 10 percent tariffs Tuesday on a list of 6,031 Chinese product lines. The administration said the new levies are a response to China's decision to retaliate against the first round of U.S. tariffs. "Tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese products amounts to another multibillion-dollar tax on American businesses and families," said Scott Lincicome, a trade lawyer and senior policy analyst for the group Republicans Fighting Tariffs. "Given China's likelihood of retaliation, it's also billions worth of new tariffs on American exporters."
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John Isner has matched his best ever grand slam finish by reaching the Wimbledon quarter-final and is now looking to go all the way at SW19. But the American is best known as a world record breaker, having once played the longest tennis match ever. Who is John Isner? John Isner was born in Greensboro, […]
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Spin City Conglomerate (Greensboro, NC) presents “Spin Cycle” every first Friday at 7pm EST on www.dancegruv.net! Tracklist:

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          When did John Isner play Nicolas Mahut at Wimbledon in longest tennis match ever and what was the final result?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
John Isner has matched his best ever grand slam finish by reaching the Wimbledon quarter-final and is now looking to go all the way at SW19. But the American is best known as a world record breaker, having once played the longest tennis match ever. Who is John Isner? John Isner was born in Greensboro, […]
          People Moves 7/10: A Pair Of NRG Media Departures      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Jack Taddeo has announced he will be exiting his position as Market Manager for NRG Media’s Waterloo IA cluster to take a new position at a company yet to be named later this month. In a press statement Taddeo wrote, “I’ve enjoyed working for NRG Media and am very grateful to Chuck DuCoty for hiring me, to Mary Quass for her support during the past 3+ years, and to the great staff I have worked with here. I look forward to seeing everyone in Minneapolis at Conclave 43 next week and I’ll have news of my new position very soon.” Also departing NRG Media is Kurt Luchs after just four months as General Manager of its Omaha cluster. Luchs transferred to Omaha in February after spending five years managing the company’s Wausau WI stations. Sandhill Media Group has appointed Jeff Roper as its new Program Director/Music Director and Morning host for Country 99.1 KUPI Rexburg/Idaho Falls ID. Roper most recently was programming Country “96.5 The Fox” KFXE Kerrville TX and has previously held on-air and programming positions in San Antonio, Myrtle Beach and Columbia SC, and Charlotte and Greensboro NC. Marty Mitchell has exited his position as PD/Morning Host at iHeartMedia Country 107.3 WRWD Highland/Poughkeepsie NY. WRWD will move the syndicated Bobby Bones Show from nights to mornings starting Monday, July 16.

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The Gonzaga men’s basketball team has earned its second consecutive National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Team Academic Excellence Award.

Programs with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 are eligible. The Zags compiled a 3.19 GPA during the 2018 season.

Gonzaga was one of three Sweet 16 teams (Loyola Chicago, Villanova), nine NCAA Tournament teams (Bucknell, Butler, Lipscomb, Loyola Chicago, Villanova, Ohio State, Seton Hall, UNC-Greensboro) and 44 Division I teams among the 186 basketball programs to receive the award.

Gonzaga and BYU were the only WCC programs represented. The Zags have been honored three times in the NABC award’s six-year history.


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If some of the buses making their way through downtown Dallas seem to be a little quieter and cleaner, that’s because they are.

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) agency has launched seven new battery-electric-powered, 35-foot buses to travel its 19-mile D-Link circulator through downtown. The electric buses are replacing the last of DART’s diesel fleet. Today, the vast majority of DART’s roughly 700 vehicles are powered by compressed natural gas.

“We wanted to learn more about electric buses. They are growing in popularity in the industry, but I’m not sure we — as an industry — know all we need to in order to make a complete transition,” said Morgan Lyons, vice president of external relations at DART.

The new electric buses were funded through a $7.6 million Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Low and No Emission Vehicle Deployment Program. In April, the FTA announced the availability of $84.45 million in funding for purchase or lease of low or no-emission vehicles, or their related equipment.

Electric buses are still pricier than their fossil-fuel counterparts, however. DART’s electric buses, built by the California bus company Proterra, carry a price-tag of about $970,000, roughly double the cost of a compressed natural gas-powered bus, according to DART officials. However, given the cheaper costs of operating and maintaining an electric bus, a number of transit agencies are rationalizing the added expsnse, particularly when they are being paid for via federal grant funds. Also, charging infrastructure keeps improving, making the buses easier and quicker to recharge, even while it is in service.

“The vehicles have a range of 30 miles and are charged during a scheduled route stop,” Lyons explained. “It takes about five minutes to fully charge the buses for the 19-mile route.”
The bus pulls under [the charger,] and docks to charge,” he added.

It’s not just Dallas that’s going electric. Last month the Chicago Transit Agency (CTA) announced a $32 million deal with Proterra to purchase 20 electric buses. The move will make CTA’s electric bus fleet one of the largest in the country.

Chicago currently has two electric buses in operation, which have saved CTA some $24,000 a year in fuel costs, along with $30,000 in maintenance costs, according to a CTA press release.

“CTA is at the forefront of pursuing new technologies, including electric buses, which have performed very well — exceeding expectations and providing reliable, comfortable transportation to our customers,” said CTA President Dorval R. Carter Jr., in a statement.

In May, the San Francisco Metro Transit Agency (SFMTA) announced plans to only purchase electric buses, starting in 2025, with the goal of having a fully electric fleet by 2035. San Francisco operates the largest fleet of electric “trolley buses” — buses tethered to an overhead electric line — in the country. And all of the system’s electric buses, cable cars, streetcars and light-rail trains are powered by emission-free hydro-electric power.

Electric buses can also be found in Albuquerque, N.M., Stockton, Calif., Greensboro, N.C., Salt Lake City and other cities. 


          North Carolina Federal Judge Denies Jury Trial In Duke ERISA Row      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GREENSBORO, N.C. - A class action asserting that Duke University's retirement plan charged excessive fees and included imprudent investment funds in its plan lineup in violation of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act will not be tried to a jury, a North Carolina federal judge ruled June 11 (David Clark, et al. v. Duke University, et al., No. 16-1044, M.D. N.C.).


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