Parent Education – Adjunct

first_imgDescription*This recruitment is to establish an applicant pool for futurevacancies. Individuals will be contacted as vacanciesoccur.*Olympic College is recruiting adjunct faculty to join the facultyand staff team and to teach Parent Education classes at theKingston Cooperative Preschool in Kingston, Washington.Olympic College, an award-winning higher education institution inWashington state, strives to attract faculty who will helpaccomplish the college mission of helping students succeed. As ateaching-focused institution, Olympic College is recruiting facultywho will enthusiastically support the College’s commitment to theacademic success for all of our students, including firstgeneration students, students of color, students with disabilities,military veterans, active duty, and dependents, students of varyingages, students of diverse sexual-orientations and genderexpressions, and students of diverse socio-economicbackgrounds.As an Achieving the Dream institution, the college is part of anetwork of more than 220 colleges, each committed to helpingstudents achieve their college and career goals. Olympic Collegeseeks applicants who are dedicated to student-centered learning,closing achievement gaps, leading diversity and social justicelearning opportunities, and employing data-informed decision makingin their instruction.Click the “How to Apply” button for more information.last_img read more

All Blacks say listening bug found in their Sydney hotel room ahead of Bledisloe Cup clash

first_imgThe device was planted inside a chair and found during a routine sweep of the room in the lead up to the opening Rugby Championship clash on Saturday night.New Zealand Rugby (NZR) said in a statement that police have been called in to investigate.”A listening device was found in a meeting room this week during a routine security check,” NZR chief executive Steve Tew said.”The hotel immediately launched an investigation, we have informed the Australian Rugby Union, and jointly we have now decided to hand over the investigation to the Australian police.”We are taking this issue very seriously, and given it will be a police matter, it would not be prudent to go into further details.”The device — described as similar to that used by law enforcement and spying agencies — was found inside a chair in the hotel on Monday, a day after the All Blacks arrived.The foam of the seat appeared to have been deliberately and carefully cut to make way for the surveillance device and then sewn or glued back together to be almost undetectable, according to the New Zealand Herald.It was discovered after team management asked the security detail looking after them in Australia to sweep the room for bugs.A spokesman for the Intercontinental Sydney Double Bay hotel where the All Blacks were staying said management was investigating and hoped to have more information soon.NSW police did not have any immediate information.However NSW Premier Mike Baird laughed off the alleged bugging.”I think that’s awesome — if that gives us a chance to beat the All Blacks, I’m all for it,” Mr Baird said, before bursting into laughter.AFP/AAPlast_img read more