The preliminary rendering shows the lobby of the new business school entrance and the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Hub. The spaces are part of a building addition that will physically connect CU Boulder’s Leeds School of Business to the College of Engineering and Applied Science.The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Friday, Nov. 9, approved a $45 million building addition that will physically connect CU Boulder’s Engineering Center, housing the College of Engineering and Applied Science, to the Koelbel Building, housing the Leeds School of Business, and spark new ways to think about higher education.Construction is slated to begin in the spring on the addition, which includes nearly 30,000 gross square feet of renovation of existing space and construction of 45,000 gross square feet of new space, totaling nearly 75,000 gross square feet for the project. Learn more about the Leeds-Engineering addition.The addition will include an innovation and entrepreneurship hub where students from any discipline can collaborate with business and engineering students, faculty and local business leaders, as well as four technologically-enabled, active-learning classrooms to foster collaborative teamwork and experiential learning.“Business is becoming more collaborative, dynamic and technologically-advanced every day,” said Leeds Dean Sharon Matusik. “This project is so much more than a building expansion. We are breaking down traditional disciplinary boundaries and building cross-functional competencies in our students.”Other major proposed features of the project include a 200-seat auditorium. A reorganization of William M. White business library, meanwhile, will enhance services and provide more efficient student study space.”CU Boulder will soon be the only university in the country in which engineering and business students pass seamlessly between our buildings,” said College of Engineering and Applied Science Dean Bobby Braun. “Connecting these colleges with the Boulder entrepreneurship community will elevate our students, our campus and our state.” Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Nov. 9, 2018 • By Julie Poppen The preliminary rendering shows the view from the west of a building addition.The project is being funded primarily with donor philanthropy. Significant donors include The Anschutz Foundation, CU Foundation Trustee Alan Olson (Fin’62) and his wife Carol Ann (Soc’64), the Koelbel family (naming donors of the Koelbel building, which houses the Leeds School of Business), and local entrepreneurs and philanthropists Dan and Cindy Caruso.The improvements that are part of the project will help accommodate the 22 percent growth in business program enrollment and 70 percent growth in engineering enrollment over the past decade.Pending final approval by the Colorado legislature’s Capital Development Committee, completion is planned by the end of 2020.“The addition of this facility also creates a physical innovation and entrepreneurship hub on campus that welcomes all CU Boulder students and the business community,” Matusik said. “Today’s vote was a pivotal step forward in a very exciting project. Together, we are redefining how tomorrow’s leaders change the world.”Categories:Deadlines & AnnouncementsCampus Community
Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more T-Mobile US hails nationwide home internet service Blog Home T-Mobile, UPC offer concessions on Austria deal Author Tags Steve Costello Related The European Commission extended the review period for T-Mobile Austria’s acquisition of cable company UPC Austria – which was due to be completed this week – after the former offered concessions to get the deal a green light.T-Mobile announced its deal to acquire the cable company – a subsidiary of Liberty Global – in December 2017. It said it would create an integrated provider of mobile and fixed broadband and telephony, TV and entertainment services, and a “strong converged challenger and alternative” to market leader A1 Telekom Austria.It is not clear where the regulators are likely to look for concessions, due to the complementary mobile and fixed nature of the two companies, although UPC does have an MVNO business with around 73,000 customers and also has some wholesale deals in place.The deadline has now been extended to 9 July. T-Mobile US readies 5G FWA business move AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 26 JUN 2018 Previous ArticleT-Mobile extends parental controls beyond cellularNext ArticleTelecom Italia backs CEO after media storm Blog: Why Dish could break new ground for public cloud and open RAN AustriaT-Mobile
Author Home Millicom gets Q2 boost from acquistions AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 19 JUL 2019 Tags Millicom mejora resultados gracias a las altas de móvil Kavit Majithia Kavit joined Mobile World Live in May 2015 as Content Editor. He started his journalism career at the Press Association before joining Euromoney’s graduate scheme in April 2010. Read More >> Read more Previous ArticleAT&T explores Puerto Rico sale to cut debtNext ArticleMobile Mix: Kickin’ it in Kigali Español Millicom to launch open RAN network in LatAm Millicom lanzará una red RAN abierta en América Latina Related Millicom swung back to profit in Q2, while its revenue also increased, as the company’s performance was boosted by its acquisitions of Cable Onda and Telefonica’s operation in Nicaragua.Revenue for the period hit $1.1 billion, an increase of 5.4 per cent year-on-year which was aided by both acquisitions, while reporting net income of $46 million, which was mostly due to revaluation gains. In the same period of 2018, the company reported a $1 million loss.Operating profit fell 34.5 per cent to $110 million in the recent period due to one-off charges and higher amortisation expense.Millicom’s main market, Latin America, was the biggest revenue driver, increasing 5.6 per cent to reach $1.5 billion.In a statement, CEO Mauricio Ramos (pictured) said the company made significant progress on a number of strategically important fronts during Q2, including a long-term strategy to exit Africa and focus solely on Latin America .He pointed to good progress of its Cable Onda integration, the disposal of its operations in Chad and closing the acquisition in Nicaragua.“Although the current macroeconomic environment in Nicaragua presents challenges, we are excited about the long-term growth opportunity we see in the country,” said Ramos.Fuelled by the Nicaragua takeover, its Tigo mobile unit added 3.2 million customers. The company also added 540,000 4G smartphone data customers during the period, reaching 11.9 million in total. Mobile ARPU, however, declined slightly to $7.4 billion from $8 billion in Q218. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back MillicomQ2 earnings
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreThe slogan was “Gimme 5” and, with a little help from her school, 6-year-old Tess Mullen collected eleven large-size garbage bags full of No. 5 plastic – the type used to make yogurt containers, cottage cheese tubs and other food containers. Even though No. 5 plastic is recyclable, it is not accepted by the local county recycling program, so Tess and her mom decided to collect them for an Earth Day project at school. They found a recycler in another Minnesota county that would take their truckload of plastics. Best of all the project had a lasting effect on the family: Never again could they feel comfortable throwing away their yogurt cups. (READ the story, with photo at WinonaDailyNews.com)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
Sumber: istimewa Maskapai penerbangan asal Spanyol, Iberia diberitakan telah meluncurkan proyek percontohan pengenalan wajah atau yang beken dengan sebutan facial recognition di hubnya di Terminal 4 di Bandara Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas. Adapun proyek percontohan ini ditujukan untuk meningkatkan pengalaman penumpang yang hendak bertolak atau baru datang di bandara berkode IATA MAD ini.Baca Juga: Tidak Melulu di Bandara, Osaka Metro Hadirkan Teknologi Face Recognition di Stasiun Bawah TanahSebagaimana yang dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari laman passengerterminaltoday.com, dalam menjalani proyek percontohan ini, pihak bandara bekerja sama dengan sejumlah perusahaan terkait, seperti Aena, Informatica El Corte Ingles, S.A. (IECISA), Gunnebo, dan Thales. Tujuan hadirnya proyek ambisius ini adalah agar supaya arus pergerakan penumpang di bandara menjadi lebih cepat, karena teknologi yang terpasang memungkinkan penumpang mengidentifikasi diri mereka sendiri di kontrol keamanan dengan menggunakan profil biometrik mereka. Dengan begitu, para penumpang tidak perlu lagi menunjukkan dokumen pribadi mereka, dan perjalanan mereka di bandara akan menjadi jauh lebih efisien waktu. Menurut pihak maskapai, uji coba ini akan diuji coba antara rentang enam hingga 12 bulan dengan penumpang maskapai yang hendak bertolak menuju Asturias atau Brussels – dimana kedua rute penerbangan ini dilayani oleh maskapai bintang lima, Iberia. Uji coba ini juga akan memungkinkan pengguna untuk mendaftar melalui aplikasi di perangkat seluler mereka, dan juga tersedia di kios yang ditempatkan di konter check-in 848 dan di depan area kontrol keamanan Terminal 4. Sistem pengenalan wajah juga dipasang di gerbang J40 dan J58 Terminal 4.Baca Juga: Pilah-Pilih Vendor, Bandara Internasional Changi Siap ‘Pekerjakan’ Facial RecognitionPenumpang dapat mendaftar menggunakan aplikasi Iberia atau Aena atau di kios-kios di Terminal 4, diharuskan untuk memindai kode QR boarding pass dan menghubungkannya dengan profil mereka. Proses pendaftaran ini hanya akan dilakukan sekali selama periode pengujian.Proyek percontohan pengenalan wajah adalah bagian dari program transformasi digital dari Iberia, yang bertujuan untuk menghubungkan semua operasi yang melibatkan pelanggan dan karyawan.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedGandeng Qantas Airways, Bandara Internasional Sydney Operasikan Fitur Face Recognition09/07/2018In “Bandara”Di 2019, Cina Siap Operasikan Bandara Internasional Terbesar di Dunia!06/07/2017In “Bandara”Sejumlah Bandara Mulai Uji Coba Face Recognition, Seberapa Amankah Pengaplikasiannya?07/01/2020In “Bandara”
Portugal’s Antonio Felix da Costa became the Formula E champion two stages before the end of the season, but his DS DSececah secured first place in the overall team standings. Content will continue after the ad Advertising The Formula E Championship managed to run three stages before the Covid-19 pandemic, but now six stages are taking place in Berlin, at the historic Tempelof Airport, where the organizers have taken care of three configuration tracks.At the start of the season, da Costa was the overall leader, but two consecutive victories in Berlin further strengthened his hopes for the title. He then finished fourth in the third race at Tempelof Airport, and on Sunday, the seventh race of the season, he finished second, behind teammate Jean Eric Verne.Thus, two stages before the end of the season, da Costa has 156 points, but his closest follower in Verne has 80 points. No one else can overtake the Portuguese this season.After the triumph in the overall standings, da Costa was very emotional and admitted that it was not far to give up. “I don’t have a word right now. All bad times come to mind because I was very close to giving up. Thanks to the people around me, I didn’t do it,” said the Portuguese, who thanked both his team and his teammate in Verne. In Verne, on the other hand, the second place in the overall standings awaits him, with Maimilian Günter (BMW i Andretti), Lucas di Grasi (Audi ABT) and Sebastian Buemi (Nissan e.DAMS) 69 points behind. Mitch Evans (Panasonic Jaguar) has 67 and 65 points, respectively.DS Techeetah has dominated the Formula E Championship in recent years. In the previous two seasons, Verne became the champion, but last year the team also triumphed in the team rating.DS Techeetah has scored 236 points this season, but its closest follower, Nissan e.DAMS, has reached 121 points with its drivers Oliver Rowland and Sebastian Buem.
Celtics at Wizards 5/7/17 The Washington Wizards have signed point guard Isaiah Thomas to a one-year contract worth the veteran minimum, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. In my opinion, this was a low-risk, high-reward signing, as the Wizards were in need of a point guard due to the departure of Tomas Satoransky. Welcome to Washington, Isaiah!Please follow and like us: Prior to signing with Washington, Thomas most notably played for the Boston Celtics, where he blossomed into a well-developed point guard and would eventually lead his team to the Eastern Conference Finals. The Thomas-led Celtics defeated the Wizards in seven games in the Eastern Conference semi-finals in the 2016-2017 NBA season, and he would record a career-high 53 points in Game 2, which would propel Boston to a 129-119 victory at home. The missed games and rare starts are due to hip injuries that have sidelined him for the majority of the past two seasons. In fact, Thomas had arthroscopic hip surgery completed during the 2017-2018 season, during his short stint with the Lakers. The 30-year-old guard recorded 8.1 PPG, 1.9 APG, and 1.1 TRPG in just 12 games played with the Denver Nuggets last season. In those 12 games, Thomas would not start in any of them. In the last two seasons, the veteran guard has only played 29 games, while just starting one contest in the 2017-2018 season.
Now that summer for most has ended, roundball is back.Nelson Youth Soccer kicked off the second half of the 2014 season this week at Lakeside Pitch.Most younger division players take to the pitch Saturday while the City Soccer Adult League started earlier this week. The fall season is a brief one, with league playoffs in all leagues set for the beginning of October.
REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE***Hula Hoops Senior Women’s National Cup Final, National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, Dublin 31/1/2016Oblate Dynamos vs NUIG MysticThe NUIG Mystic teamMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne NUIG Mystics – Champions of IrelandTeam& Scorers:Back row L to R. Michelle Fahy(13), Rebecca Hansberry, Hannah Coen(4), Marritta Gillcrease(10), Leah Cunningham(2), Suzanne McDonagh, Lauren Murray(2), Siobhan Kilkenny(14).Front Row. L to R. Ailish O Reilly(15), Emer Smyth, Sarah Grealish, Deirdre O Shea(11), Aoibhin O Neill, Catherine Connaire. Coach Mike Murray. Asst.Coach Terry Kennedy. NUIG Mystics Claimed their first ever National Cup in the National Basketball Arena in Dublin on Sunday against Oblate Dynamos on a scoreline of 71-44. Mystics Started strong with Michelle Fahy, Marritta Gillcrease, Lauren Murray,Ailish O Reilly and Siobhan Kilkenny, and after inflicting a heavy defeat to Dynamos in the league the previous weekend they certainly were not going to consider any form of an upset. NUIG Mystics ran out to a 15-0 lead early in the first quarter with their strong defensive work causing numerous turnovers from Oblate and converted them to scores at the other end.The 1st quarter ended on a scoreline of 25-7 in Mystics favour with Kilkenny Fahy and Gillcrease dominating the scoring. The second quarter saw more of the same with Deirdre O Shea and Catherine Connaire introduced for NUIG Mystics up front and Hannah Coen and Leah Cunningham maintaining NUIG Mystics dominance on the boards.The second quarter ended with NUIG Mystics having built up a considerable lead and headed to the dressing room at the half with a 42-19 lead. The third quarter started with O Reilly causing a lot of trouble for the Oblate Guards causing numerous turnovers and steals and Gillcrease and Fahy remaining supreme on the boards. At the end of the third the scoreline read 58-31 in NUIG Mystics favour. Into the fourth and with the result not in doubt the Mystics coaching staff started to run the bench with Emer Smyth Suzanne McDonagh and Rebecca Hansberry all seeing the floor and acquitting themselves well with McDonagh getting a Gillcrease like block to finish out the game. At that stage the Mystics fans,players and coaches began to celebrate a very special win for the team. A special thanks to all the fans who traveled to the Arena to support the team and join in the celebrations.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Ireland international Quinn Roux will Captain Connacht as his side face Munster in the Guinness Pro14 in the Sportsground on Saturday (Kick off 5:15pm). With just one point separating the two sides at the top of Conference B, the top of the table clash takes on extra significance for the second row as he is set to make his 100th appearance for the province.Connacht also go into the game boosted by the news that Tiernan O’Halloran has returned from injury and will start at full back. He is part of a back three with John Porch and Kyle Godwin on the wings.In the Connacht midfield, Tom Daly has forced his way into the starting team alongside Bundee Aki. While Conor Fitzgerald continues his half back partnership with Caolin Blade, who has now featured in all 11 of Connacht’s games so far this season.In the forwards, the tight five has a very familiar look; props Denis Buckley and Finlay are included in the starting team as is hooker Dave Heffernan. While Ultan Dillane will line up alongside Roux in the second row.In the back row Eoghan Masterson and Paul Boyle are named at blindside and openside respectively with Eoin McKeon at number 8. Captain Jarrad Butler has been ruled out due to illness.Commenting ahead of the game, Connacht Head Coach Andy Friend said: “Saturday is another big occasion in the Sportsground. All players want to be involved in these interpro games and with Munster in our conference it takes on extra significance. We take pride in our home record and last season Munster were one of the few teams to beat us in the Sportsground so we know the challenge we will face tomorrow”.“It will be a proud day for Quinn Roux and his family. Making 100 appearances for Connacht is a great achievement and it is fitting that with Jarrad out, Quinn will captain the side. He has been a real leader for us this season and has been driving standards among the player group”. Connacht Matchday Squad V Munster (Sat 21 Dec, 5:15pm)(15-9): Tiernan O’Halloran, John Porch, Tom Daly, Bundee Aki, Kyle Godwin, Conor Fitzgerald, Caolin Blade (1-8): Denis Buckley, Dave Heffernan, Finlay Bealham, Ultan Dillane, Quinn Roux (Capt), Eoghan Masterson, Paul Boyle, Eoin McKeon.Replacements: Shane Delahunt, Conor Kenny, Dominic Robertson McCoy, Joe Maksymiw, Robin Copeland, Stephen Kerins, Jack Carty, Stephen Fitzgerald.