The Daily Orange - MBB | Senegal-native Keita has 2 years to bulk ...
The Daily Orange > Sports In Senegal, Baye Moussa Keita's teammates called him "Rigueur." Translated from French to English, the nickname means "Tough." The moniker is rooted in Keita's attitude, not his appearance. The latest Syracuse basketball commit - a 6-foot-10, 220-pound Senegal import - is relentless, if not overpowering. And Keita, a junior at Oak Hill Academy (Va.) who recently committed to Syracuse for the 2010 class, has two more years to get bigger. "He's lifting weights for the first time in his life," said Keita's head coach at Oak Hill, Steve Smith. "His body could [suite...]
Date: 2008-10-28 08:00:00
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Livingston NJ News - Livingston Public Schools Welcomes New Staff ...
M.A. English, University Cheikh Anta Diop (Senegal) Peter Gutheil, TV Studio Technician Lori Hissner, School Counselor B.A. Psychology, West Virginia University M.S. Counseling and Human Relations, Villanova University Eileen Hoffman, Teacher of Science B.S. Exercise Science, Rutgers University Mary Kaspriskie, Teacher of Science B.S. Biology, Bucknell University Cara Luciano-Kayal, School Counselor B.A. Psychology, University of Delaware M.S. Mental Health Counseling, Cappella University School Counselor Certification, Caldwell College Matthew McKenna, School Counselor B.A. [suite...]
Date: 2010-08-30 07:00:00
J'en ai assez de l'Afrique ! « The Non Required
Orange Afrique du Sud doit recruter dans les écoles de commerce de la région pour pouvoir poursuivre sa croissance et ce jusqu’à l’Institut Supérieur de Management (ISM) de Dakar. L’Afrique a besoin de ses cadres et nombre d’entreprises du continent intègrent dans leur package de rémunération des formations continues. Ainsi le Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS – école de commerce de l’Université de Pretoria, classée 40ème par le Financial Times en matière de formation continue) bénéficie de nombreuses demandes. Le GIBS vient même de monter un cursus avec la [suite...]
Date: 2007-08-12 00:37:13
African firms are investing in higher education | Afrique Avenir
The group held the same educational programme in Senegal in 2008. "Potential Manager" allowed more than 1,000 Senegalese students and 18 teachers from three schools in Dakar (IST, Sup.de Co and IAM) to obtain training in reference software of the group.The group Sogea-Satom (subsidiary of Vinci Construction), specialized in roads, civil engineering and water activities is also setting up from start to finish training in the International Institute for engineering of water and environment in Ouagadougou. The French Areva is trying to do the same in Niger, and the Senegalese telecommunication [suite...]
Date: 2010-08-19 04:00:16
Kirkby Lonsdale pupils should be 'global citizens' (From The ...
A SOUTH Lakeland head teacher has highlighted the value of his school’s international credentials in his annual speech. Chris Clarke told pupils at the annual awards evening at Queen Elizabeth School, Kirkby Lonsdale, that they should become ‘global citizens’ – reflecting the aspirations of QES’s 16th century founders and its recently-won status as an International School. Mr Clarke praised the work of international co-ordinator Andrew Douglas, a former pupil, who was a ‘passionate and persuasive advocate for internationalism’ at QES. “Interestingly, QES has always been [suite...]
Date: 2010-09-07 14:27:58
PIN Debit Blog: Internet (Lack of) Security News through 9/17
This Free IT-Security news feed is provided by E-Secure-IT; the most comprehensive and complete Business Risk Management Intelligence Service and IT-Security Risk and Threat Early Warning Service available in the market today. Visit them at www.e-secure-it.com or email email@example.com for more information on their available services. More than one million Web domains were infected with malicious code in the second quarter of 2010 — around one percent of all active Web domains, according to new data. The number of infected domains was extrapolated from data gained through a [suite...]
Date: 2010-09-18 15:47:00