University of Colorado at Boulder Chancellor G.P. “Bud” Peterson today praised the White House’s nomination of Christine Arguello to fill a vacancy on the bench of the United States District Court for the District of Colorado.Arguello, chief legal counsel for CU-Boulder since 2006, was named by President Bush Thursday for one of three vacancies on the federal court. She is a 1977 graduate of CU-Boulder (with special honors) and a 1980 Harvard Law School graduate. She was the first Latina from Colorado admitted to Harvard’s law school, the first Latina deputy attorney general in Colorado history and the first Hispanic partner male or female in one of Colorado’s “big four” law firms, Denver’s prestigious Holland & Hart”Christine Arguello is one of CU’s most accomplished alumni and one of the finest public servants with whom I have had the honor to serve,” said Peterson. “As chief legal counsel for CU-Boulder, our entire campus community has benefitted from her principled approach to legal issues. Should her nomination to the bench be affirmed, our federal courts will profit from the fruits of her abundant wisdom, vast experience and unparalleled ethics.”Arguello’s name was submitted to the White House by both of Colorado’s U.S. Senators, Ken Salazar, a Democrat, and Wayne Allard, a Republican. Arguello served as chief deputy attorney general for Colorado under Salazar.She has held a full tenured professorship in law at the University of Kansas and has taught at both the University of Colorado and University of Denver law schools.”I am greatly humbled to be considered by the president and nominated by Colorado’s two United States Senators for this judgeship,” said Arguello. “To serve on the federal bench would be the pinnacle of my professional career and a personal honor without measure, though I would certainly miss all of my friends and colleagues at CU, my cherished alma mater.”Arguello Bio:Christine Arguello is a Colorado native who was born in Thatcher and grew up in Buena Vista, Colorado. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from the University of Colorado at Boulder where she graduated with Special Honors, was number 1 in her class, and was selected Outstanding Senior of the School of Education class of 1977. In 1977, she became the first Latina from Colorado to be admitted to Harvard University School of Law. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1980, where she served as Articles Editor for the Harvard Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review.Since April of 2006, Ms. Arguello has been the Managing Senior Associate Counsel at the University of Colorado at Boulder where she leads a team responsible for advising the campus on legal issues and assists in the development and implementation of campus policies and long-term strategic plans. Prior to joining CU, Ms. Arguello was a Partner at the law firm of Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP where she practiced creditors’ rights law and commercial litigation, with special emphasis on employment law, including internal investigations of employment discrimination and sexual harassment.Ms. Arguello has also had experience in both academia and government sector work. In June of 1991, Ms. Arguello left the practice of law to become an associate professor at the University of Kansas School of Law where she assumed responsibility for teaching and directing the School’s Trial Advocacy Program and for teaching bankruptcy and contract law. In 1996, Ms. Arguello was honored for her exceptional teaching efforts and abilities when she was the first law professor to ever be awarded one of the most prestigious teaching awards given by the University of Kansas – the William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence. In April of 1998, she was granted tenure and promoted to the rank of Full Professor by the University of Kansas. Ms. Arguello is the co-author of a casebook, Evidence: The Objection Method, which is used in numerous law schools around the country. In January of 1999, Ms. Arguello left academia to join Ken Salazar’s new administration in the Colorado Attorney General’s office. From November 1, 2000 through December 31, 2002, Ms. Arguello served as Chief Deputy Attorney General where, in addition to being the chief advisor to the Attorney General, she was responsible for the administration of the Office of the Attorney General, including budget and expenditures, personnel, information services, security, crisis control, and policy.Ms. Arguello is actively involved in the Denver metro community and most recently was appointed as Vice Chair of the Colorado Campaign for Inclusive Excellence. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Women’s Bar Association Foundation, the Stapleton Development Corporation, and the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association. Ms. Arguello has received numerous honors and awards during her career including: “Scouting . . . Vale La Pena!” Service Award, Denver Area Boy Scout Council (2007) Qwest Diversity Trailblazer Individual of the Year, Rocky Mountain Legal Diversity Summit (2007). University of Colorado at Boulder Hispanic Alumni Association Leadership Award (2007). University of Colorado at Boulder Distinguished Alumnus Award (2002). The Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Fiesta Colorado Hispanic Pioneer Award (2001). The Colorado Women’s Bar Association’s Mary Lathrop Award, honoring women trailblazers (2000). The Colorado Hispanic Bar Association’s Outstanding Hispanic Attorney Award (1999).Leading by example, Ms. Arguello has blazed many trails for the next generation of Latinos. Among the lists of “firsts” for her are: In 1977, Ms. Arguello graduated from CU-Boulder with special honors. She was the top graduate in her class and was selected as Outstanding Senior of her CU School of Education class. Also in 1977, Ms. Arguello became the first Colorado Latina to be admitted into Harvard University Law School. In 1988, when she was voted a partner at the law firm of Holland & Hart, Ms. Arguello became the first Hispanic – male or female – to be promoted to partner at one of the “big four” Colorado law firms. In 2000, Ms. Arguello became the first Hispanic chief deputy attorney general for the state of Colorado under Ken Salazar, now a United States senator.Ms. Arguello has been married for more than 34 years to Ron Arguello, a Pueblo native, CU Alum, and elementary school teacher. They are the proud parents of four children Ronnie (also a CU alum), age 23, Tiffany, age 18, Jennifer, age 13, and Kenny, age 10. Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: July 10, 2008
The gala will be the first collaborative event in the U.S. between Michelin and Robert Parker Wine Advocate, since Michelin’s stake in the highly regarded wine ratings publication in July. The gala will provide guests with an unforgettable dining experience, combining cuisine by chefs from Michelin starred restaurants and wines that have been rated highly by the Robert Parker team. “The United States is home to some of the best restaurants in the world, and the MICHELIN Guide’s aim is to help travelers as well as locals discover and experience them,” said Michael Ellis, international director of the MICHELIN Guide. “This event will be a great opportunity to recognize the talents of these great chefs, as well as to celebrate the MICHELIN guide New York City 2018.”In addition, this very special event will also host the Robert Parker Wine Advocate Extraordinary Winery Awards. This new series of winery awards will highlight the best wineries in the country. Annually, one winery from every major fine wine region of the world will be awarded a Robert Parker Wine Advocate Extraordinary Winery Award. To be eligible, that region must have at least one winery producing at least one “extraordinary” wine (rated 96-100) within the consideration period. Representatives from nominated wineries will be in attendance.“Each year our review team travels the wine world seeking out greatness,” commented Robert Parker Wine Advocate Editor-in-Chief, Lisa Perrotti-Brown, “The Extraordinary Winery Awards will bring to the attention of our subscribers those wineries that sit qualitatively above all others within their regions.” More information about the gala dinner are available on the website: MichelinGuideGala.comAbout the MICHELIN GuideThanks to the rigorous MICHELIN Guide selection process that is applied independently and consistently around 28 countries, the MICHELIN Guide has become an international benchmark in fine dining. The selections of all restaurants in the guide are made by Michelin’s famously anonymous inspectors who dine in the areas regularly. These local inspectors are trained to scrupulously apply the same time-tested methods used by Michelin inspectors for many decades throughout the world. This ensures a uniform, international standard of excellence. As a further guarantee of complete objectivity, Michelin inspectors pay all their bills in full, and only the quality of the cuisine is evaluated. To fully assess the quality of a restaurant, the inspectors apply five criteria defined by Michelin: product quality, preparation and flavors, the chef’s personality as revealed through his or her cuisine, value for money, and consistency over time and across the entire menu. These objective criteria are respected by all MICHELIN Guide inspectors, whether in Japan, the United States, China or Europe. They guarantee a consistent selection so that a star restaurant has the same value regardless of whether it is located in Paris, New York or Tokyo.About Robert Parker Wine AdvocateFor more than 39 years, The Wine Advocate, and later RobertParker.com, have been the global leader and independent consumer’s guide to fine wine. The brand was established by the internationally recognized, Robert M. Parker, Jr., the only critic in any field to receive the highest Presidential honor from three countries – France, Italy and Spain. Robert Parker Wine Advocate provides a wealth of information to its subscribers, including a searchable database of more than 300,000 professional wine ratings and reviews, in addition to articles, videos, daily news content, online retail availability and pricing, an active, professionally moderated bulletin board, a mobile app for easy access to the comprehensive online database of reviews and much more. For more information, visit www.RobertParker.com.Advertisement Email Share AdvertisementNEW YORK, Sept. 15, 2017 – Michelin and Robert Parker Wine Advocate are pleased to announce that, in conjunction with the release of the 13th edition of the MICHELIN Guide New York City for 2018, the inaugural Robert Parker Wine Advocate Extraordinary Winery Awards will be introduced honoring the best wineries in USA.At this occasion a gala dinner will be prepared by some of the most renowned chefs from Michelin starred restaurants around the country.The MICHELIN Guide, known for its distinct red cover and coveted star designation, provides dining recommendations throughout the world based on the scrupulous reviews done by the “famously anonymous” Michelin inspectors. The 2018 US editions of the famed guide, which include San Francisco and the Bay Area, Chicago, Washington, DC and New York City, will be released starting in early October and will culminate in the New York City selection, to be announced on Oct. 30. Linkedin ReddIt Facebook Previous articleFerrari Trento crowned “Sparkling Wine Producer of the Year” at The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships 2017Next articleFinding the Rising Superstars of the Beverage Industry: Wine Enthusiast 40 Under 40 Tastemakers Press Release Pinterest TAGSConsumerMichelin GuideRobert Parker Wine Advocate Home Industry News Releases Celebration of 2018 MICHELIN New York City Guide and Launch of Robert…Industry News ReleasesWine BusinessCelebration of 2018 MICHELIN New York City Guide and Launch of Robert Parker Wine Advocate Extraordinary Winery Awards in New York City on 2017, Oct 30.By Press Release – September 15, 2017 85 0 Twitter
The GP Strategies’ AFD is a recognised leader focused on the design, fabrication and maintenance of LNG, liquefied to compressed natural gas (LCNG), compressed natural gas (CNG) and hydrogen facilities.AFD will operate as part of the group’s Integrated Cryogenic Solutions unit and will be renamed ICS.The Solutions unit is one of five functional business units of the Clean Energy and Industrial Gases Group and operates independently from the company’s product companies.Integrated Cryogenic Solutions provides innovative specialty engineering, centralised project management, procurement, manufacturing and maintenance, focusing on supplying complete solutions.“We are excited for AFD to join our Nikkiso family,” said Peter Wagner, CEO of Cryogenic Industries and President of the group.“AFD will broaden our offering of complete solutions. We now have an individual functional unit that can provide a solution to the customer in addition to the units that deliver products.”“This acquisition exemplifies our passion to provide, efficient, performance-based products and service.”Mike Mackey, who will remain with ICS as a Senior Vice-President, said, “The opportunity is exciting and we look forward to being part of Nikkiso. We will meet our customers demand for the best quality, reliability, and return on their investment.”The acquisition was effective 1st January (2020).Read more like this – subscribe todayEnjoyed this story? Subscribe to gasworld today and take advantage of even more great insights and exclusives in industrial gases.Visit www.gasworld.com/subscribe to access all content and choose the right subscription for you.
In an update from Pascal Vinet, CEO of Airgas, the company expressed that safety comes first and it is continuing to prioritise the safety of its customers.“Knowing that the oxygen we deliver daily to hospitals and other aspects of our business are vital to our collective COVID-19 response, each art of our organisation is primed and implementing business continuity measures based on local needs,” Vinet explains.Airgas’ CEO assured it customers that in such emergencies, priority will always be given to medical facilities and first responders.The company has also said that it is committed to safely operating its network of gas plants, local branches, and hardgoods distribution centres, as well as working closely with its many suppliers in order to ensure continuity of service to customers. Airgas is encouraging customers to follow social distancing recommendations by placing orders online or by called ahead to a local branch for order pickups. “On behalf of all of Airgas and our parent company Air Liquide, we wish you continued health and safety.”
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For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Canberra: The Indian junior women’s hockey team started its campaign at the Three-Nation tournament on a positive note, beating New Zealand 2-0 in Canberra on Wednesday. Striker Lalrindiki (15th minute) and midfielder Prabhleen Kaur (60th) were the two goal scorers for the winners. India started the match with an aggressive brand of hockey, pinning down New Zealand, who had defeated hosts Australia 3-1 in their first match on Tuesday. India’s dominance in the opening quarter saw them win an early penalty corner in the third minute, but they failed to utilise the chance. A defensive lapse from New Zealand then handed India a golden opportunity at the stroke of the quarter break and Lalrindiki found herself with enough space in front of the goal to slot the ball home.New Zealand had a chance to equalise early in the second quarter from a penalty corner, but Indian goalkeeper Bichu Devi Kharibam made a good save to keep her side ahead. The two teams battled for possession in the middle of the park but neither could create any clear chances, meaning India retained their one-goal advantage at the half-time break.The third quarter was filled with some exciting chances for both sides. First, it was the Indian team who were awarded two penalty corners at the start of the period. However, a shot off target and a brilliant save by New Zealand goalkeeper Kelly Carline meant that India could not extend their lead. New Zealand also won a penalty corner at the end of the third quarter, but India’s defensive line stood firm to maintain their lead going into the fourth and final quarter.Also Read | Rani Rampal Cherishes Goal Which Sealed India Women’s Hockey Team’s Tokyo 2020 QualificationThe fourth quarter saw a similar story as New Zealand desperately searched for the equaliser, while India were focused on extending their lead. Some close moments in the last 15 minutes saw India defend well against one more penalty corner in the 48th minute. With 30 seconds remaining on the clock, India were awarded yet another penalty corner and this time Prabhleen made no mistake to slot the ball home to secure the win for her side. India will play hosts Australia in their second match on Thursday.
For now, Moreno is in Mexico completing his recovery after an operation following a right foot injury picked up just before the Gold Cup. Therefore, he has not yet joined up with Espanyol for pre-season, although he has agreed to become the side’s second captain. Sport EN Upd. at 19:39 CEST Every transfer window, Hector Moreno is one of the names that appears. According to the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, PSV, the current Eredivisie champions, are interested in signing the Espanyol defender. 22/07/2015 Supposedly, Marcel Brands, PSV’s sporting director, wants to take Moreno back to Holland. He previously played there with AZ Alkmaar between 2007 and 2011. Paying for him would not be a problem, given they have just received 52 million euros for Memphis Depay and Georginio Wijnaldum.
Jordi Cruyff advises De Jong and De Ligt to go to Barcelona RELATED STORIES The former Arsenal and Barca player has been linked with AC Milan, but Monaco are closer to signing him say L’Equipe. They say negotiations are going well between the two parties. A deal may be sealed next week. One of the key reasons is Monaco coach Thierry Henry, whom he played with at Arsenal between 2003 and 2007. Cesc Fabregas is not having the protagonism he wants under Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea. He has had a secondary role – playing just one entire Premier League match – and is looking for the exit. IN SPORT.ES 01/01/2019 Cesc, muy cerca del Mónaco CET Sport EN Upd. at 22:21
CEST 31/03/2020 LaLiga 2020/2021 podría empezar a mediados de septiembre | EFE Ramón Fuentes They would then need a few weeks for a mini pre-season, in terms to what they would usually do. These are the plans being put in place but it is pending a meeting between La Liga and the Players’ Association (AFE) in the coming days. IN SPORT.ES Upd. at 20:18 It all works in function with the 2020/21 season. Talks are already ongoing to play through Christmas this season. That is more likely to happen now due to the coronavirus stoppage this season. SPORT have learned that the plan is for next season to start in the middle of September, around a month after its original start date. LaLiga 2020 /2021 arrancaría a mediados de septiembre Once the current season finishes — it is now hoped to conclude in or before August — the players will have 21 days of holiday by law, taking us up to the end of August. RELATED STORIES SPORT revealed earlier on Tuesday that LaLiga have told clubs they plan to restart the top two Spanish divisions in June — and if they can’t, they could cancel the season. June 21 or June 27 are possible start dates. At the very latest they could start at the beginning of July, sources have suggested. June 27 given as deadline to get the La Liga campaign started again
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