The annual LYIT Careers & Postgraduate Studies Fair was another great success this year, with thousands of people attending to discover the many paths available in jobs and in education.The event, which is the largest careers event in the Northwest, took place on the LYIT Letterkenny campus on Monday 21st October.LYIT students and graduates, career changers, and those returning to the workplace gained a wealth of information by attending the fair. Over 70 employers, universities and colleges, professional bodies and voluntary organisations took part in this year’s event. Recruiters came from a broad range of sectors including IT, Pharmaceutical, Finance, Social Care services, Design, Hospitality and Telecommunications providers.In addition to graduate employment opportunities, attendees had the opportunity to meet with a broad range of postgraduate course providers from Ireland and the UK. The jobs wall and CV clinic were popular draws once more this year.Clive Wasson was there to capture the event for this picture special: Anne McDevitt, DEASP at the LYIT Graduates at 2019 Careers and Postgrad studies Fair. Photo Clive WassonBig demand for LYIT Graduates at 2019 Careers and Postgrad studies Fair -Photo Clive WassonBusy stands at the LYIT Graduates at 2019 Careers and Postgrad studies Fair. Photo Clive WassonBig demand for LYIT Graduates at 2019 Careers and Postgrad studies Fair – at the fair are from left Catherine Lyster, CAreers Officer Student Services and Paul Hannigan, LYIT, President. Photo Clive WassonBig demand for LYIT Graduates at 2019 Careers and Postgrad studies Fair – at the fair are Orlaith Flood, Balke Burke, Darian Loughlin, Fatimah Qureshi. Photo Clive WassonBig demand for LYIT Graduates at 2019 Careers and Postgrad studies Fair – Crowds pictured at the fair on Monday. Photo Clive WassonBig demand for LYIT Graduates at 2019 Careers and Postgrad studies Fair – at the fair are from left Fiona Doherty, Amy Hegarty, Aisling Howe, Niamh Sweeney, Anne Marie McGrath and Melisa Browne. Photo Clive WassonJobs on display at the jobs wall at the LYIT Graduates at 2019 Careers and Postgraduate studies Fair. Photo Clive WassonThe future is bright at LYIT Careers & Postgraduate Studies Fair – Picture Special was last modified: October 23rd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:LYITLYIT Careers and Postgraduate Studies Fair
EurekAlert posted a finding by University of Washington sociologists that “Family discipline, religious attendance, attachment to school cut levels of later violence among aggressive children.”Do we really need scientists to tell us the obvious? Everyone seems to know this except secular researchers. Solomon and Paul can tell the University of Washington all they need to know.(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
If you’re a users of the open source Gantt Project, or just need a simple Gantt chart app for the iPad, Project Planner HD is worth a look. It can import and export Gannt Project files, export PDFs, and manage tasks and multiple projects.Projector Related Posts Projector is a popular and slick looking project management app for both OSX and iOS. Macintosh users starting fresh might want to give it a try.SG Project Trackerbot is an iOS client for the popular Pivotal Tracker agile project management SaaS. Trackerbot is a project of Vulpine Labs and is not related to Pivotal Labs, the makers of Pivotal Tracker.Trackerbot lets uses create, edit, reject, delete and comment on Pivotal Tracker stories. Attachments are supported. Vulpine Labs claims the app will support large projects.Which Is the Best? Tags:#enterprise#mobile 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now IT + Project Management: A Love Affair SG Project 2 and SG Project Pro are some of the most fully featured project management apps available for the iPad. SG Project can import and export Microsoft Project files.Trackerbot Project management seems like an obvious use case for iPads, so we were surprised to see a relatively small number of professional project management applications. But we found a few. For this article we decided to focus only on native iPad applications – we’ll look at tablet-optimized Web apps another time.Which of these is your favorite? Are there any you think we should have included?Project Planner HD Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Thanks to the readers who suggested iPad project management apps via Twitter! klint finley Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…
October 19, 2015On Friday October 9th four Arcosanti residents; Alix Dewald, Hildemar Cruz, Jonas Fister and Lorenzo Mastino, set out to the West Coast Communities Conference held at the ecovillage Groundswell located in Yorkville, CA. The conference gathered over 120 people from all over the nation that live in ecovillages, sustainable communities, artist collectives and other alternative living styles.[photos and text by Soleri Archives volunteer Hildemar Cruz]On Saturday the 10th representatives from the different communities had an opportunity to present information about their respective sites at the communities salon. Arcosanti had the chance to share information about Arcology with budding groups. In a time when collective society is eager to find efficient, intelligent and fulfilling modes of living, representing an alternative model for the city really broaden the perspectives of many participants of the conference. Some of the workshops offered during the conference include; Creative and Constructive Conflict resolution in community, Reaching Across the Generations in Community, and Community in Crisis Interactive Theatre Workshop.
South African public broadcaster the SABC has sealed a deal for TV rights to the national football team’s games.The deal between the SABC and the South African Football Association took over a year to negotiate and covers the games played by the senior team and the under 23 side.Separately, the SABC is inaugurating a Production and Content Advisory Board, which will advise the public broadcaster on local content provision as it seeks to roll out new channels as the country completes its digital switchover.