Preferred Qualifications Classification TitleAdjunct Faculty Position Start Date Posting Date02/19/2020 Open Until FilledNo Closing Date06/30/2021 Governors State University’s College of Business seeks to create anavailable pool of Adjunct Faculty candidates to teach courses inour Financial Planning program, including courses in EstatePlanning, Employee Benefits and Retirement, and Financial PlanningCapstone. Courses taught by adjunct faculty in the above programsare for undergraduates, graduates, or a combination of both. Pleasevisit www.govst.edu/ COB for more information.APplicants must have education, certifications, and/or workexperience in either financial planning, estate planning, employeebenefits. and must meet AACSB requirements as InstructionalPractioner (IP).Interested individuals are invited to complete a faculty profile,attach a curriculum vitae, cover letter, and transcripts forconsideration.At Governors State University, adjunct faculty are hired astemporary faculty with teaching responsibilities for a specificcourse in a semester or summer session. Adjuncts are not a part ofthe faculty bargaining unit and are not included in membership ofthe Faculty Senate. Position End Date (if temporary) CPA or CFP certifications. Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Required DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterTranscriptsOptional DocumentsCertification/Professional LicenseLetter of RecommendationOtherOther2Other3Curriculum VitaeOther4Other5List of References Department Position’s Functional TitleAY20-21, Adjunct Faculty, Financial Planning, Estate Planning,Employee Benefits Quicklink for Postinghttps://employment.govst.edu/postings/5069 Position Details Position TypeAdjunct A Master’s degree Accounting, Business, Finance, or a relateddiscipline required; or a J.D. with experience in estate planningand financial planning will also be considered.Work experience in one of the related areas.Must meet AACSB requirements as Instructional Practioner(IP). Special Instructions to Applicants Type of SearchExternal Position Summary Employee ID Minimum Qualifications Posting NumberFA0315P
Image courtesy of ConocoPhillipsAustralian LNG player Santos said first gas was produced from the third and final well of the Bayu Undan infill well program, securing more resources for the Darwin LNG plant at Wickham Point in Northern Territory.A final investment decision was made in January last year as part of the long-term development plan for the Bayu Undan gas/condensate project, located in the Timor Sea.The drilling program consisted of two platform wells and one subsea well connecting into existing offshore infrastructure, Santos said in a statement.The wells were drilled with the Noble Tom Prosser rig, which has now been contracted by Santos to undertake a 2019 drilling program, including appraisal of the recent Dorado oil discovery offshore Western Australia.Santos holds an 11.5 percent interest in the Bayu Undan joint venture and the Darwin LNG plant, both operated by ConocoPhillips.Santos also has a 25 percent interest in the Barossa joint venture, the company’s statement reads.The Barossa gas field is currently in front-end engineering and design and is the leading candidate to backfill Darwin LNG when Bayu Undan production ceases.Barossa would more than double Santos’ production in Northern Australia with a final investment decision targeted for late 2019.
Asa Goldstock banged her stick on the two goalposts, alternating twice before spinning the stick and stationing herself in front of the goal. It was late in the second half of Syracuse’s April 3 game against Virginia Tech, and the Hokies’ Mary Claire Byrne had just earned a free-position shot.The whistle blew and Byrne quickly shuffled forward before the attack was met by a pair of SU defenders. A shot headed straight for the upper-left corner of the goal before Goldstock sprung up and picked it off, her sixth save of the game.The No. 5 Orange (14-3, 5-2 Atlantic Coast) went on to defeat Virginia Tech, 14-13, marking their fifth victory of the year by one goal. Syracuse’s defense, which allowed seven free-position goals to the Hokies in a 15-14, double-overtime loss last season, held Virginia Tech to just two scores on seven free position opportunities.Opponents are converting on just under 38% of their free-position chances against SU’s defense, the second-lowest mark the Orange have allowed in program history. The efficient clip has saved SU, which has faced an average of 5.8 free position attempts per game, from allowing teams to take advantage.“We watch a lot of film, certainly put it on the scouting report,” SU head coach Gary Gait said. “Some players tend to have the outside rip, some want to carry it in every time.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIf a player likes to shoot from the outside instead of running in, like Syracuse’s leading scorer Emily Hawryschuk (57 goals, 21 from the free-position) tends to do, the Orange will rush to force a deflection or errant shot. If the player is like Byrne and prefers to take a few steps toward the goal before releasing its shot, Syracuse’s game plan is to get as many bodies possible to congest shooting lanes.Against Florida on March 13, another game the Orange won by just one score, the Gators earned 14 free-position shots, including eight in the second half. SU stopped nine of them, the most they have prevented in a game this season.The Orange also keep track of players’ dominant hands in relation to where the shot is on the eight-meter arc. If a player is a lefty and they’re on one of the left hash marks, they’ll likely shoot the ball. If they’re on an opposite hash, they’re more prone to pass, which is something Syracuse has to be aware of at all times.“Most players maybe won’t take that shot they’re not sure of,” SU midfielder Sam Swart said. “We’re pretty smart about that on our team.”One of the reasons SU is so adept at both scoring off free-position opportunities as well as defending them is because it practices eight-meter shots every day during practice. While other aspects of the game — like clears and rides — aren’t practiced frequently due to their time constraints, free-position shots are routine.During games, Goldstock usually takes on the responsibility of moving around the defenders in front of her. If Goldstock doesn’t like the defense, she’ll move her teammates around accordingly. Nearly every free-position shot leads to attack and defenders jockeying for position.“Asa will help us rearrange if we need based on the circumstance,” SU defender Sarah Cooper said. “If they’re putting players behind we know we need to get someone behind, and Asa’s the one telling us.”Syracuse hasn’t found a way to reduce its penalty numbers. But so far this season, its recipe to stop free-position tries, and limit the damage, has been successful.“Sometimes we do a great job then it comes down to Asa making some saves at the end,” Gait said. “We wanna get solid and get some stops, so we work at it.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 17, 2019 at 10:06 pm Contact Eric: [email protected] | @esblack34