NAPA, Calif. – Brandt Snedeker birdied the final three holes Saturday to take a three-stroke lead into the final round of the PGA Tour’s season-opening Safeway Open. Snedeker finished with a 3-under 69 in windy conditions to get to 16-under 200 on the North Course at Silverado Resort and Spa. ”I’m really proud of the way I stepped up there and hit some quality shots when I needed to,” Sneaker said. ”I made some birdies and gave me a little bit of cushion for tomorrow, which will be really important because tomorrow’s supposed to be tougher than today, so every shot is really important coming down the stretch.” He won the Wyndham Championship in August, opening with a 59 en route to his ninth PGA Tour title. ”It was a tough day, the wind kicked up the last 12 or 13 holes,” Snedeker said. ”I just did a great job of staying patient knowing the last three holes were birdies holes.” Kevin Tway was second after a 68. Full-field scores from Safeway Open Safeway Open: Articles, photos and videos ”It was a tough day, the wind picked up,” said Tway, who had a bogey-free round with four birdies. ”I kept the ball in play nicely. I made a nice save on 14 and that was my only real bad shot.” Sungjae Im (69) was 12 under, and Bill Haas (67) followed at 11 under. ”I hit some nice quality shots coming down the stretch with the two par 5s,” Haas said. ”I saw it (the wind) is to supposed to blow, and be even more difficult than today. But I am very pleased with mike back nine; I hit some nice shots.” Phil Mickelson, tied for second entering the round, had a 74 to drop into a tie for 15th at 8 under. Fred Couples also was 8 under after a 70 in his final regular PGA Tour start. The 59-year-old Hall of Famer played the first two rounds with Snedeker, shooting a 65 on Friday. ”I played pretty well,” said Couples, who eagled the ninth hole. ”On the front, there were a couple of birdie opportunities, but when I made the turn, the wind started to pick up and I hit a couple of good shots on 10 and 11.”
Thank you for your interest in employment at our university.Georgia College is an integral part of our local and neighboringcommunities and we are seeking candidates who share that commitmentand want to support our mission. Our university team is comprisedof faculty and staff professionals who are dedicated to continuingto move Georgia College forward as a nationally preeminent publicliberal arts university. Georgia College is located inMilledgeville, a charming town less than a two-hour drive fromAtlanta. As you take the time to learn more about our university,we hope you enjoy it as much as we do. We invite you to review thecurrent employment opportunities that are available at GeorgiaCollege. In keeping with the University’s mission, we especiallyencourage applicants who will further our goal of cultural, ethnic,racial, and gender diversity.Job SummaryInstruct academic courses and support the school, college anduniversity goals by supporting the academic environment to benefitthe educational mission of the University.The faculty employee is expected to contribute to the School ofNursing’s educational mission. Successful candidates will beexpected to instruct our students in their area of nursingspeciality in both the didactic and clinical setting. .The faculty employee is expected to have:understanding of the principles associated with teaching andlearning.strong communication skills and successful higher educationteaching experience.a developing research agenda.Demonstrable ability to work collegiality and effectively withindividuals of diverse backgrounds. In keeping with theUniversity’s mission we especially encourage applicants who willfurther our goal of cultural, ethnic, racial, and genderdiversity.ResponsibilitiesFaculty – Teaching/Instructing -Teaching ResponsibilitiesFull-time instructional load teaching in areas of expertisewithin the academic disciplineRegular course meetings and instructionMentoring StudentsOther teaching responsibilitiesKnowledge and ability to convey current philosophies, practices,and theories related to the academic discipline.Faculty employees also contribute to the Georgia College corecurriculum by teaching topical freshman (GC1Y) or sophomore seminar(GC2Y) courses. All Georgia College faculty share theresponsibility of teaching our core curriculum and providingfoundation courses for majors and non-majors alike. To carry outour public liberal arts mission, we seek faculty with the desireand ability to engage students as they launch their intellectualjourney.Faculty – Professional Development -Faculty are expected to conduct research and develop within theprofession.Academic Achievement/Professional DevelopmentPublications (editing, citations)Presentations at professional meetingsPublication; peer reviewed scholarshipCurrent work in circulation or in progressGrants received or applied forMembership and participation in professional organizationsOther professional service of development activitiesAbility to develop and demonstrate knowledge of currentphilosophies, practices, and theories related to the academicdiscipline.Faculty – Service to Institution -All faculty are expected to support the advancement of thedepartment, college and university mission by providing service tothe institution. Service may be at the department, college,university, community and disciplinary level. Duties includeservice on college-level and university-level committees, advisingstudents regarding career options, and support of department-leveloutreach activities.Service to the InstitutionCommittee memberships and officesPrograms directed and advisedParticipation in special programs or projectsOther service in the institutionAbility to work collegially with others in service to theUniversity; Support the advancement of the department, college andUniversity mission.Faculty – Public Service -Public Service is often a part of faculty serviceexpectations and might include activities such as thefollowing:Consulting workProvide continuing education service, instruction, or programdevelopment for department, school, college, or universityMembership and participation in community organizationsOther significant services to the communityAbility to work collegially with others in service to thebroader University community.Other duties and responsibilities-Successful candidates will be able to work collegially andeffectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds. In keepingwith the University’s mission we especially encourage applicantswho will further our goal of cultural, ethnic, racial, and genderdiversity.All Georgia College faculty share the responsibility of teachingour core curriculum and providing foundation courses for majors andnon-majors alike. To carry out our public liberal arts mission, weseek faculty with the desire and ability to engage students as theylaunch their intellectual journey.Required QualificationsEducational RequirementsA Ph.D. (terminal degree) in the discipline taught at the time ofthe appointment is expected. Master’s of Science in Nursing isrequired. Must meet SACSCOC accreditation requirements stated in C.S. 3.7.1(www.sacscoc.org (faculty credentials))Preferred QualificationsPreferred EducationalQualificationsHiring preference will be given to faculty who demonstrate anunderstanding of Georgia College’s mission and who are enthusiasticabout working closely with high-achieving students within anacademic community dedicated to the advancement of knowledgethrough learning and scholarship.Evidence of methodological innovation and creative teachingstrategies is highly desirable. In keeping with the University’smission we especially encourage applicants who will further ourgoal of cultural, ethnic, racial, and gender diversity.Certification as a Nurse Educator preferred, not required.Current clinical competence and expertise in their area ofnursing speciality. 3 to 5 years experience teaching in both face to face and onlineformat.Other InformationThis is not a supervisory position.This position does not have any financialresponsibilities.No, this position will not be required to drive.This role is considered a position of trust.This position does not require a purchasing card (P-Card).This position will not travelThis position does not require security clearance.Background CheckPosition of Trust + Education
AWR is offering an array of software demonstrations, lectures, and partner presentations at the Microwave Workshops and Exhibition 2012 (MWE2012) in Yokohama, Japan from November 28 through November 30(Booth #A305). AWR’s booth #A305 featured demonstrations of the AWR Design Environment™ include: • Analyst™ for 3D EM analysis • Power amplifier design using digital predistortion for linearity improvement • High performance circuit envelope simulation • Radar system simulation using Visual System Simulator™ (VSS) and comprehensive radar libraries • Antenna design using AXIEM® • Microwave Office™/AXIEM for PCB verification via ODB++ • Thermal and electrical co-design using Microwave Office and CapeSym SYMMIC • Matching circuit synthesis using iMatch™ and filer synthesis using iFilter™ Additional AWR Connected™ demonstrations in partner booth areas include: • National Instruments – RF system design with hardware-in-the-loop technology using VSS and LabVIEW on PXI platform • Anritsu – VSS and Signal Analyzer (MS269xA/MS2830A) and Vector Signal Generator (MS269xA-020/MS2830A-02x) connected solution for RF PA design • Rohde & Schwarz – Microwave Office and ZNB vector network analyzer connected solution Lastly, AWR’s technical specialists speak on the following topics: • 30, November, 14:30-15:15 – “Thermal and electrical analysis using SYMMIC thermal analysis tool and AWR Design Environment” by Tsutomu Sugawara, AWR • 29, November, 15:10 – “Practical examples using AXIEM, 3D planer EM simulator” by Naoki Hagiwara, AWR, during “Tips for Practical Use of Commercial Simulators in Your RF Circuit Design (I and II)” workshop session from 13:00-16:50. For more information about AWR and associated activities at MWE2012, please visit http://web.awrcorp.com/Japanese/News-Events/mwe2012/.