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Marlboro College Graduate Center Announces New BachelorsDegree Program

first_imgThe Marlboro College Graduate Center is pleased to announce a first ever bachelor¹s degree program to begin in September. Thedegree, according to Admissions Director Margaret J. Donahue,, will be inManaging Information Systems (MIS), which will combine technology and business to produce problem solvers in the world of technology. ³Thisprogram will include a lot of hands on work,² Donahue said of the 60-credit, wholly online bachelor¹s program.According to Donahue, graduates who come out of the program with a MIS degree will have the potential to cut across a broad range of professional job opportunities.Some graduates will be able to apply their skills to fields they are already working in while others could go on to help businesses to developonline strategies either as employees or consultants. Known for its masters degree programs, this is the first bachelor¹s degree program the Graduate Center has ever offered.Students who enroll in the MIS program must have either an associate¹s degree or 60 college credits. ³This is mostly for people who have had technology backgrounds but are finding thatthey need a degree to continue on in their fields,² Donahue said. ³They can come here with any combination of credits or certificates and they don¹t necessarily need a technology background.² Donahue said what will make the program different is that students will learn from online classrooms entirely. ³It¹s a two-year program but something they can also do part time,² she said. ³It¹s very flexible so that people can continue to work in their fields and work on their coursework at night.²Though new this year, Donahue said many students have already signed up for the program, which could include students across the country. And for local students, they will have the additional benefit of the Graduate Center facility and equipment at their disposal as part of the program, according to Donahue. An open house has been set for Wednesday, July 31 at the Graduate Center on Vernon Street in Brattleboro where prospective students will be able to get a closer look at the MIS bachelor¹s degree program.That open house will run from 6 to 9 p.m. and is open to the public without reservation. The Graduate Center of Marlboro College also providesfour yearlong master’s degree programs — Systems Integration Management, Internet Strategy Management, Teaching with Internet Technologies, and Internet Engineering. The Technology Center also features an incubator for start-up and existing technology companies and a launch pad for Graduate Center alumni with viable business plans for new tech companies. For more information on any Graduate Center programs or the new bachelor¹s degree program visit www.gradcenter.marlboro.edu(link is external) or call (888) 258-5665.last_img read more

A beach shack at Fingal Head has sold for a cool $1.475 million

first_img32 Lagoon Rd, Fingal Head.A BEACH shack at sought-after Fingal Head has sold for $1.475 million.The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 32 Lagoon Rd is on an 809sq m block within the tightly-held waterside peninsula.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoBacking on to Dreamtime Beach and opposite Wommin Lagoon, the well-maintained home has a rainforest setting.It is within walking distance of the Tweed River and Fingal Village. 32 Lagoon Rd, Fingal Head.The property also includes a garage conversion which could be suitable as a granny flat, along with a separate artist’s studio.It was marketed by Tony Holland and Rachael Ford from McGrath Coolangatta/Tweed Heads.last_img read more

Twisters Fly By Jets

first_imgOA pushes their record to 5-0-1 on the season with a convincing win at Hauser.  OA outshot Hauser 34 to 3 on the night.‘We did a good job of getting the looks and shots but didn’t finish very good.  Give some of the credit to Hauser’s keepers as they came up big time in both games on the night. I thought several times on the night that there is a goal but no  somehow Hauser’s keeper would come up with the ball. Even though we only gave up 3 shots we did give up a goal.  This was only the second goal given up by the Varsity defense on the year which is outstanding. This was a very preventable goal though as we didn’t communicate very good on the weakside of the field and Hauser played a nice ball into the box for a header that found the back of the net.’  Twisters Coach Ken Getz.Stuart Lamping scored in period 1 at 24:52 assisted by Drew Kersey on a pass out of the 18 and a shot. Lucas McFee scored in period 1 at 15:15 from a shot in the 18.  Lucas McFee scored in period 2 at 37:24 assisted by Ben Kraus on a cross into the 6.  Stuart Lamping scored in period 2 at 24:35 assisted by Garriott Scott on a head shot over the keeper.  Alex Geers scored in period 2 at 22:50 assisted by Lucas McFee and Matthew Hoog from a corner kick and a head to head combination for the goal.Hauser had 3 shots with 2 on goal, 8 fouls, 2 corners and their keeper had 17 saves.The Twisters had 34 shots with 22 on goal, 9 fouls, 5 corners, 2 hand balls and Chris Hautman had 1 save.No off sides calls against Hauser, very well done in the offensive third of the field.JV got to play a half a game and came away with a 0-0 tie.It was a very entertaining game for both sides. After the game last night Coach Troy told the boys that they are playing as a team a lot more now. Players are starting to understand where they need to be and where their teammates are at. This is a big step in the process of the development of your game.Hauser had 2 shots, 5 fouls and 2 corners.  Their keeper had 6 saves.The Twisters had 8 shots with 6 on goal, 1 off sides, 3 fouls, 1 corner and no saves by either keeper.Both teams took 1 PK.  Hauser sent theirs over the top of the goal and the OA PK taken by Noah Schmahl was blocked by the Hauser Keeper.  Noah Schmahl started the match in goal and was relieved by Jon Grieshop.Courtesy of Twisters Coach Ken Getz.last_img read more

Hogge, Braaten are IMCA winners at Southern Oregon’s Haudenshild Tribute

first_imgHogge won the seventh annual Roger Haudenshild Tribute race for the IMCA Modifieds Saturday at White City. The California speedster piloted his backup car to the Modified checkers and drove a Paul Guglielmoni-owned late model to the winner’s circle as well.  By Don Martin II  WHITE CITY, Ore. (June 1) – Another visit to Southern Oregon Speedway resulted in another IMCA Modified victory for Bobby Hogge IV.  The win was the second of the season and IMCA career 78th for Hogge.  Jorddon Braaten picked up the 20-lap Haudenshild Tribute feature for Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods. The $1,600 payday matched his career best for the division and followed his third win of 2019.  When the green flag waved, Hogge immediately moved into the lead ahead of rookie Justin Foux and Albert Gill. Two-time defending race winner Trenchard was already in fourth when the caution flag came out on lap six and took third from Gill on the restart.  Feature Results “This is a track that can be challenging because of its unique characteristics. You’ve got to pay attention there as a driver,” said Hogge, who’d won the R. Charles Snyder Salute at Southern Oregon last September and was already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. “It was definitely a good night for us. We went home happy campers.”  Modifieds – 1. Bobby Hogge IV; 2. Zach Fettinger; 3. Nick Trenchard; 4. Justin Foux; 5. Jeffrey Hudson; 6. Preston Jones; 7. Jon DeBenedetti; 8. Albert Gill; 9. Jimmy Lipke; 10. Paul Guglielmoni; 11. Ray Kniffen Jr.; 12. Manny Freeman; 13. Bo Shields; 14. Steve Borror; 15. Jessie Bailey; 16. Duane Cleveland. center_img Also the trophy dash winner, Braaten led green to checkered after starting outside the front row. Tyler Rodgers was the runner-up and Fred Ryland was third.  Thirty-two SportMod drivers came from as far south as the San Francisco Bay area for a shot at a nice payday. The Haudenshild family and Dusty’s Transmissions added to the purse for both divisions. Hogge brought it home to a satisfying victory and Fettinger made a strong move on the inside in the final turn and beat Trenchard back to the line for second. Foux settled for fourth, followed by Jeffrey Hudson.  Bobby Hogge IV returned to Southern Oregon Speedway to win the IMCA Modified feature at the seventh annual Roger Haudenshild Tribute. Hogge, already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot, earned $2,000 for the checkers. (Photo by Carole Bryan, Shadows of Light Photos) Fettinger was up to fifth by the time the final yellow flag waved on lap 12. Trenchard made an inside move in turn four of the 14th lap to take over second. Hogge continued to set a rapid pace as Fettinger made his move past Foux for third on lap 24.  Hogge had drawn the pole with Crack The Whip winner Nick Trenchard starting eighth and trophy dash winner Zach Fettinger lined up in 11th.  Northern SportMods – 1. Jorddon Braaten; 2. Tyler Rodgers; 3. Fred Ryland; 4. Justin McCreadie; 5. Braxton Possinger; 6. Wyatt Westfall; 7. Jantzen Knipps; 8. Ethan Killingsworth; 9. Matt Sanders; 10. Brian Johnson;  11. Ryder Boswell; 12. Mike Medel;  13. Jesse Skidmore; 14. Steve Sanders; 15. Patti Ryland; 16. Isaac Sanders; 17. Brandon Wilson;  18. Brian Cooper; 19. Willie McFall; 20. Dwayne Melvin.last_img read more

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