Clinical Assistant Professor HS

first_imgPosition SummaryThe Department of Periodontics and Endodontics at the University atBuffalo, School of Dental Medicine, seeks candidates to apply for afull-time position at the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor(Health Sciences) in Periodontics. The incumbent will provideinstruction in the preclinical and clinical courses for predoctoraland Advanced Education students.• provide lectures in didactic courses• provide clinic demonstrations.About UBThe University at Buffalo is SUNY’s most comprehensive publicresearch university, and an outstanding place to work. UB amplifiesambition for faculty and staff by offering endless possibilities toachieve more. Here, people from all backgrounds and cultureschallenge and inspire each other to discover, learn and succeed.Dedicated staff and engaged faculty collaborate to furtherknowledge and understanding, and develop tenacious graduates whoare valued for their talents and their impact on global society.Visit our website to learn more about the University atBuffalo.The University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equalopportunity employer (AA/ EOE ).Minimum QualificationsDDS or DMD equivalent, Board eligible in PeriodonticsNYS licensure or eligibility requiredPreferred QualificationsBoard Certified in Periodontics preferred.For more information, click the “How to Apply” button.last_img read more

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JANICE TODORA ON BOWLING: Seymour consistent as Mitchell rolls 800 series

first_img • GOLDEN OLDIES: William Gore 175-493, Hedy Zampini 141-414, John Greig 145-408, Cynthia Williams 139-395, Gloria Divello 206-564, Betty Sheffield126-333, Bill Lawless 170-449, Mary Gravett 133-359, Rick Hermsen 237-570, Donna Clifton 158-378, Venix Morris 186-501, Mary Kay Rios 139-395, Bruce Powell 181-481, Frank Rios 167-452, Bonnie Timaeus 128-350, Frankie Hall 155-425, Bill Allen 166-465, Chris Heath 163-448, Paul Vaughan 221-567, Beverly Wallace 153-340, Oliver Balagot 210-538, James Pitre 226-596, Cindy Hebert 124-335, Gary Vincent 173-403, Phil Rogers 169-488, Tommy Girolamo 193-537.• MID-COUNTY MIXED: Mike Pursley 137-336, Rose Quirante 158-371, Bobby Abraham 141-378, Bruce VanBoskirk 182-572.• FUN BOWLERS: Carla Hurst 132-351, Kerri Babineaux 138-355, Carol Berryman 143-401, Jeremy Premeaux 176-448, Nick Smith 192-526, Joyce Cialona 190-521, Dawn Carona 170-440, Bill White 225-614, Matthew Linnens 203-527, Craig Castille 140-365, Aubrey McKee 236-655, Chayla Merritt 159-411, Dean Salles 215-626, Anna Commorato 167-447, Joseph Commorato 190-536, William Barker 205-495, Charles Venable 199-521, Eric Monarch 208-602, Cindy Miller 149-411, Ron Carlin 187-494, Ed Zuschlag 159-420.• ENERGY COUNTRY FORD/ALLSTATE: Samson Pham 203-540, Tommy Tran 193-544, Kevin Tran 215-573, Jason Hoang 231-566, Griffin Williams 267-661, Derek Williams 237-665, Kirwin Melo 242-685, Trint Miguez 225-620, Rick Hermsen 226-609, Jesus Colion 172-420, Randy Young 175-475, Clay Mayhew 246-566, Chris Kaufmann 238-556, Darin Murray 223-596, Alan Kay 213-574, Derik Gund 245-631, Jeff Wright 236-629, Tyler Combs 232-623, Dee Dennis 194-512, Jonathan Martin 257-581, John Allen 233-616, Rob Kistner 259-675, Austin Arsenault 182-510, Tammy Nicks 184-477, Shelly Moity 189-450, Heather LaBauve 164-437, John Tatroe 165-353, Curtis Harrington 224-601, Erik Postula 226-600, Gary Martin 235-648, Ryan Worthy 231-625, Georgia McElroy 127-359, Zack Sonnier 207-600, Dean Wersig 267-690, Lisa Bourque 165-458, Jake Glen 218-600, Kim Bourque 256-673, Derrick Rivers 215-586, Jamaal Lowe 216-574, Daryl Hughes 247-666, Bret Chipman 221-640, Zach Smith 198-529, Chase Leger 224-594, Ryan Cooper 263-647, Linda Morris 192-498, Rudy Gonzalez 162-426, Zim Morris 223-628, Walt Homick 222-608, Chuck Clark 180-528, Kody Rountree 208-528, Chayla Merritt 155-454, Braden Grusecki 198-491, Bob Grusecki 202-560, Buddy Sepeda 233-649, Patsy Ronquille 170-482, Maryana Kimball 187-509, Randy Callahan 200-476, Craig Peterson 183-504, Blake Dugas 224-569, Art Turner 224-546, Tommy Girolamo 244-616, Brittany Sumner 146-388, Janice Todora 173-456, Alice Barnes 217-542, Mason Ewell 190-485, Gerard Fresnido 214-532, Rene Pulver 190-444, Freddie Daigle 190-467, Belinda Powell 232-540, Ryan Miller 192-479, Hardy Charles 206-528, Gary Biegas 187-522, Jakeevan Sonnier 178-506, Isaac Rollins 173-467, Marcus Joseph 223-534, Houston Rideaux 216-536, Dennis Thompson 225-613, James Mikel 224-631, Leroy Young 230-549, Jacob McConnell 245-633, Troy Laabs 223-625, Larry Witzleben 197-515, Jeff Witzleben 234-558, Giles Broussard 165-480, Dillon Rankin 232-551, Logan Cain 260-580.• STARS of TOMORROW: Cain Shaw 209-181-206-596, Blaine Seymour 244-257-279-780, Rylee 59-154, Brandon Bertrand 191-208-184-583, Ryan Thomas 153-405, Anthony Hernandez 132-353, James Andrews 87-222. • 800s: Chuck Mitchell 268-268-266-802.• 700s: Blaine Seymour 244-257-279-780, Steve Powell 257-214-247-718, RaeAnna Todora 246-258-224-728, Carlos Medina 234-278-226-738, Sami Jo Williams 268-217-241-726, Charles Mitchell 278-233-267-778, Eric Manthei 240-233-251-724, David Bruno 243-224-233-700.• VALERO: Gus Saba 153-418, Alan Kay 243-637, Jan Cates 156-388, Christie Marcantel 149-356, Mark Maxwell 229-607, Griffin Williams 257-655, Kirwin Melo 232-667, Patsy Ronquille 170-468, Alanda Boldt 181-513, Bryan Boldt 201-557, Derrick Rivers 258-643, Jamaal Lowe 200- 530, Zachary Beckett 219-553, Richard Allen 194-536, Ben Cortez 256-596, Demedtre Battle 132-342, Maryana Kimball 189-512, Wendy Medina 130-374, CJ Moity 258-652, Alice Barnes 212-603, Bill White 237-662, Brian Smith 226-611, Caleb Klein 237-603, Josh Schoonhield 170-414, Derrick Joyce 182-435, Jeremy Premeaux 194-482, Georgeann Richardson 203-535, Bonnie Maxwell 158-392, Austin Arsenault 194-516, Bruce VanBoskirk 171-433, Kyle Miller 217-523, Amy Burch 190-511, Murphy Burch 204-485, Danny Cooper 213-538, Georgia McElroy 145-346, Joe Duke 200 533, Darrel Chance 205-548, Chris Marze 182-495, Farrell Menard 165-473, Walter Tucker 183-498, Ryan Worthy 235-599, Kendall Terrell  181-487, Eloy Santanna 170-432, Will Bailey 198-562, Zach Wiley 203-578, Bob Cullums 193-538, Dee Dennis 180-463, Eric Kyles 191-486, David Pulver 177-510, Rene Pulver 214-516.• QUEEN TUMBLERS: Brenda Dodson 206-504, Jenni Beaumont 180-530, Cindy Campbell 172-480, Elsie Tweedel 149-412, Janice Todora 154-405, Dot Font 181-477, Joyce Porter 135-358, Martha Thomasson 152-404, Alice Barnes 191-535, Donna Kelly 182-460, Mimi Rose 138-357, Betty Shannon 172-499, Donna Thomas 171-421, Jackie Schell 150-438, Rene Pulver 192-507, RaeAnna Todora  257-652, Shelia Vaughan 151-430, Lynne Richter 154-421, Emily Davis 121-322, Frances Boudreaux 150-384. Top bowler of the week is Chuck Mitchell. Chuck hammered the lanes with games of 268, 268 and 266 for a tremendous 802 series. Nice bowling Chuck.Bowlers, the holiday season is coming upon us quickly. As we have all been through a lot recently with Hurricane Harvey, let’s keep in mind those not as fortunate as we are and trying to rebuild their lives and homes.With that said, good bowling next week …center_img Well, bowling fans, let’s start with the Saturday morning youth league Stars of Tomorrow. Blaine Seymour absolutely obliterated the lanes as he strung games of 244, 257 and 279 for a big 780 series. Great bowling Blaine.The Monday night Valero league had all the top bowlers this week. First the ever steady Alice Barnes shot games of 196, 212 and 195 for a 603 series. Steve Powell led the senior men with games of 257, 214 and 247 for a 718 series. RaeAnna Todora is starting to come around after a slow start. RaeAnna led all the women bowlers this week with games of 246, 258 and 224 for a nice 728 series. last_img read more

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Take ownership, sports federations advised

first_imgSportsFederation BY SIMON KESLEP Sports federations need to take ownership in advocating their affiliates to abide under the Covid-19 safety measures, says PNG Sports Foundation chief medical officer Dr Kapua Kapua. “The federations need to take ownership, they need to be the ones advocating to their affiliates and empowering them to mitigate the risks as per their protocols. “It is their sport, their community, their family, their athletes at risk. We, as the Pandemic Management Committee has always been to get these sports back online in Covid-19 safe environment and not stopping them from restarting competitions,” said Dr Kapua, who is also the chairman of PNG Sports Foundation Pandemic Management Committee. Dr Kapua’s advice to affiliated associations is to adhere to their sporting federations Covid-19 protocols and start practising the new normal and safeguard their communities. “Be the advocate for health and safety and the fight against Covid-19 in the new normal. No matter what sport you play, it is a powerful movement. A movement that can deliver awareness, change, understanding and cooperation, this is the new normal and Covid-19 is here to stay so let us be the movement preventing and protecting,” said Dr Kapua. The PNG Sports Foundation Pandemic Control committee has been given authority over the resources under the foundation which includes venues, protocols approval, etc. Dr Kapua said the committee has direct contact with Office of the Pandemic Controller and has sought assistance with policy and clarity on Controller’s Orders as needed. He said sports federations just need to tweak their protocols similar with what their international federations have done into PNG setting and submit. The committee meets every week to vet proposals with key aspects like Adherence to Sports International Federations protocols if available, Covid-19 protocols, Return to Competition protocols, club and club training protocols if applicable, representative teams and athletes protocols and registration of all participants. “Not all sports can employ the same measures stringently across the board. For example social distancing would be easy for archery but near impossible for rugby. Thus each sport would have to be assessed individually and recommendations made accordingly,” said Dr Kapua. Sporting federation given approval so far include Cricket, Rugby League, Soccer, Volleyball, Swimming, Rugby Union, Archery, AFL, Basketball, Netball, Golf, Triathlon and Weightlifting.last_img read more

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