The Aarhus University School of Business and Social Sciences is one of four faculties of Aarhus University in Denmark. The school consists of seven departments: Economics and Business Economics, Political Science, Business Communication and Behavioural Sciences and Department of Business Development and Technology; the main campus is located in Aarhus. Aarhus BSS is a merger from 2007 and teaches programmes at Bachelor’s, Master and PhD level along with the MBA, EMBA programmes and Summer University and Winter school courses. In 2010 Dale T. Mortensen, a Niels Bohr Visiting Professor at Aarhus University, received the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences together with his colleagues Peter Diamond and Christopher Pissarides; the history of the Aarhus BSS is both new. On 1 January 2007, Aarhus School of Business merged with Aarhus University to become part of Aarhus University and in 2011 the Aarhus School of Business and Faculty of Social Sciences at Aarhus University were merged under the name of Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences.
Aarhus School of Business was founded in 1939, the Faculty of Social Sciences, consisting of several departments and faculties established between 1936 and 1969. Aarhus School of Business's predecessor, The Jutland Business School, has a somewhat more extensive history. In the late 1800s, DJH provided business programmes to young people from Jutland who wished to follow studies within business and trade. Only when Aarhus School of Business was founded in 1939 did it become the academic institution that it was known as today. Aarhus School of Business has continually grown since its founding. In 1968 Aarhus School of Business moved from the original location downtown Aarhus to the yellow and red brick buildings which since have provided the setting for the outstanding research and teaching that Aarhus School of Business stood for. After the 2011 merger the school now has around 16,000 students, 737 academic staff, including 223 PhD students, making it one of the largest business schools in Europe.
The campus of the School of Business and Social Sciences has its main base around the University Park, the Nobel Park and campus Fuglesangs Allé, all located in the centre of Aarhus. In 2006, the Institute of Business and Technology in Herning was merged with Aarhus University, adding Birk Centerpark in Herning to the campus sites of School of Business and Social Sciences; because of its large number of students, Aarhus is regarded as a university town. The campus in Aarhus and Herning offers a number of facilities, including Aarhus University Sport which hosts more than 16 different sports activities and Denmark’s biggest Sports Day and Friday Bar, libraries on all campus sites, student organisations like Studenterlauget and the Student Council, cafeterias and cafes like Dale’s café, Aarhus Student House and Klubben. Accommodation at the university is possible in the University Park Dormitories. BA in Marketing and Management Communication BSc in Economics and Business Administration – General BSc in Economics and Business Administration – International Management BSc in Economics and Business Administration – Sustainability BSc in Economics and Business Administration – International Business BA in International Communication and Multimedia Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Design Engineering Bachelor of Engineering in Global Management and Manufacturing Business Intelligence Consumer Affairs Management Finance Finance and International Business Information Management Innovation Management International Business International Economic Consulting Logistics and Supply Chain Management Management Accounting and Control, Business Economics and Auditing Marketing Strategy and Leadership Marketing and Business Innovation MSc in Economics and Management MSc in Quantitative Economics MA in Corporate Communication MSc in Engineering in Technology Based Business Development School of Business and Social Sciences teaches a one-year full-time MBA which integrates both sustainability and personal development into all courses.
25 applicants are admitted to the MBA programme every year. The school offers a two-year Executive MBA in Change Management and Leadership aimed at experienced managers. During the programme, managers will go on study trips to Stanford University and a university in Asia. Graduate School of Business and Social Sciences offers the following seven PhD programmes: Business Administration Business Communication Economics and Business Law Political Science and Government Psychology and Behavioural Sciences Social Science and BusinessAll programmes, except Social Science and Business are available as 3-year, 4-year, 5-year schemes. Aarhus BSS is ranked no. 79 in the Financial Times ranking of business schools as well as no. 68 in the Master in Management ranking. Aarhus University is ranked no. 97 on the Leiden Ranking, no. 86 on National Taiwan University Ranking, no. 65 on Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities, no. 117 on QS World University Ranking and no. 98 on Times Higher Education World University Ranking.
Jesmond Dene House is a 19th-century mansion house at Jesmond Dene, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, now a hotel. It is a Grade II listed building; the house, designed by John Dobson for Thomas Emerson Headlam, a physician and Mayor of Newcastle, was completed in 1822. In 1851, Dobson made substantial changes to the house for William Cruddas. In 1871 the house was bought by Armstrong's business partner Andrew Noble. At this time Noble had architect Norman Shaw make significant alterations to the house. In 1897, Noble carried out further extensive alterations and extensions to the house, with the assistance of architect Frank West Rich, including a new west wing, a great hall and a Gothic-style porch. Following the death of Noble's widow in 1929 the house was put to various uses, including a college, a civil defence establishment, a seminary and a residential school. Following an extensive restoration and refurbishment in 2005, Jesmond Dene House became a 40-bedroom boutique hotel with a three-rosette restaurant
Casa Tua Camden is one of two Italian restaurants in London opened by Giuseppe Miggiano, native from Italy, Salento and moved in London in 2009. Together with John O'Hanlon, Giuseppe first opened the Casa Tua doors on 8 August 2013 in Camden. After meeting in 2009 at a restaurant in Soho Bar Italia, they formed a great friendship that led to John helping to make Giuseppe’s dream of running his own restaurant a reality; the words ‘Casa Tua’ translate to ‘Your Home’ in English. The concept of a restaurant is to create an experience of home dining in Southern Italy; the food is based on old Italian recipes from Mediterranean influences. The success of Casa Tua Camden led to the opening of a second restaurant, Casa Tua Kings Cross in 2015. Casa Tua Camden is a winner of Time Out Love London Awards 2014. In 2015 Casa Tua Camden has been awarded the prestigious Good Food Award. Official site of Casa Tua restaurants Camden Review Kentishtowner
The 46th Rifle Division was a rifle division of the Red Army. The division was formed in 1923 as a territorial unit, assigned to the 14th Rifle Corps of the Ukrainian Military District. Based in Kiev, it included the 136th, 137th, 138th Rifle Regiments, its regiments received the honorifics Pre-Dnieper and Pereyaslavl by 1930. Reorganized as a cadre unit in 1931, it became part of the Kiev Military District when the Ukrainian Military District was split on 17 May 1935; the division transferred to the Zhitomir Army Group of the Kiev Special Military District on 26 July 1938 during another reorganization. The 46th was soon transferred to Irkutsk, assigned to the Transbaikal Military District, it was reorganized under peacetime tables of organization and equipment with an authorized strength of 6,000 personnel in April 1940. When Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of the Soviet Union, began on 22 June 1941, the division was assigned to the 32nd Rifle Corps of the 16th Army of the Transbaikal Military District, still stationed in Irkutsk.
It was commanded by Major General Alexander Filatov at the time. Sent west, it was wiped out during the Battle of Smolensk in July; the division was reformed at Ufa after July 1941, but was destroyed in the Volkhov Pocket during June 1942. It was again reformed from the 1st Rifle Division NKVD at Vaskelevo, fought at Lutsk and Danzig; the 46th was part of the 2nd Shock Army of the 2nd Belorussian Front in May 1945. When the Group of Soviet Occupation Forces in Germany was formed in August 1945, the division was with the 109th Rifle Corps of the 2nd Shock Army. In 1955, the division was reformed from the 272nd Rifle Division with the 13th Guards Rifle Corps at Kursk, it became the 46th Motor Rifle Division on 25 June 1957. On 17 November 1964 it became the 272nd Motor Rifle Division. Feskov, V. I.. I.. A.. A.. Вооруженные силы СССР после Второй Мировой войны: от Красной Армии к Советской. Tomsk: Scientific and Technical Literature Publishing. ISBN 9785895035306
"223's" is a song by American rapper YNW Melly featuring fellow American rapper 9lokkNine, released as the lead single from YNW Melly's debut studio album Melly vs. Melvin on August 9, 2019, it reached the top 40 in New Zealand. The track by 9lokknine and released on his December 2018 mixtape Lil Glokk That Stole Kristmas, was "rebranded" as a collaboration with YNW Melly, in jail since February 2019 after turning himself in on double murder charges and possession of marijuana. After being pulled over for a broken tail light, YNW Melly led a 1 hour police chase through the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico ending with YNW Melly fleeing, it was released as a single in August 2019 after going viral on the video app TikTok. The lyrics refer to gang violence, with the title referring to semi-automatic rifles that fire.223 cartridges. An official music video was released on Melly's official YouTube channel on November 2, 2019
Anthonette Christine Cayedito is an American girl who disappeared from her home in Gallup, New Mexico, on April 6, 1986. Cayedito was born on December 25, 1976, to Penny Cayedito, a Navajo Native American, Anthony Montoya, a father of Italian and Hispanic descent. After her parents' separation and her younger sisters and Sadie were raised by their mother in Gallup, New Mexico. Cayedito disappeared from her home on U. S. Route 66 in Gallup, New Mexico, in the early morning hours of April 6, 1986; that evening, Cayedito's mother, had been out with friends at a local bar, Anthonette along with her younger sisters and Sadie were with a babysitter. Penny sent the babysitter home. According to Wendy, there had been a knock at the door around 3 a.m.. When she asked, there, the knocker identified himself as "Uncle Joe"; when she opened the door, she was grabbed by two men. She kicked and screamed "Let me go! Let me go!", as the men deposited her into a brown van. Wendy didn't recognize the men; the following morning, when Penny awoke to prepare the girls for Bible school, she realized Anthonette was not in her bedroom.
After inquiring with neighbors, she phoned police. One year after Cayedito's disappearance, the Gallup Police Department received a frantic phone call in which a young girl claimed to be Anthonette Cayedito. Before the girl could reveal her whereabouts, an angry adult male voice was heard shouting, "Who said you could use the phone?!" Followed by the girl screaming and the sounds of a scuffle, the phone call was cut off. Cayedito's mother, believed the voice to be her daughter's, she did not recognize the man's voice. Four years in 1991, a waitress at a restaurant in Carson City, encountered a teenage girl matching Cayedito's description who continually knocked her utensils to the floor attempting to get the waitress's attention. According to the waitress, the girl grabbed her hand and squeezed it each time the waitress handed back the utensils; the girl was in the company of an unkempt couple. After they left, the waitress cleaned their table and found a napkin under the plate the girl had been eating from.
It contained two brief messages: "Help Me" and "Call the Police". Police interviewed an Uncle, married to Penny's sister, but declined to name him a suspect. Investigators believe Cayedito to be deceased, although her whereabouts remain unknown as of 2020, her mother, died on April 18, 1999. Anthonette's father, died on August 17, 2012. Cayedito's disappearance was featured on Unsolved Mysteries in December 1992. List of people who disappeared Anthonette Cayedito at The Charley Project Anthonette Cayedito at The Doe Network Anthonette Cayedito at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children