Lutheran Health Network is a healthcare provider and one of the largest employers in the northeast region of Indiana in the United States. The foundation has more than 7,000 employees working together with the more than 800 physicians who make up its medical staffs; the network's more than 100 access points in northern Indiana include physician offices, urgent care clinics, outpatient centers and eight hospitals consisting of 973 licensed beds - 797 in Allen County alone. Lutheran Hospital St. Joseph Hospital Dupont Hospital Lutheran Children's Hospital The Orthopedic Hospital of Lutheran Health Network Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Wayne Bluffton Regional Medical Center Kosciusko Community Hospital Dukes Memorial Hospital RediMed / MedStat Lutheran Health Physicians Lutheran Health Network
The Krupa is a 2.5 km river in White Carniola, southeastern Slovenia. Its source is a karst spring in the village of Krupa below a rock wall; the bed has canyon characteristics in some places. At Gradac, the river joins the Lahinja from the left side, its drop from the source to the outflow is only 6 metres. The river is protected as a natural monument and has been included in the Natura 2000 ecological network, it is the main feature of the Lebica–Krupa Karst Nature Trail. Its source lake is the only habitat of the cave mollusk Congeria kusceri in Slovenia, found in Cave Mussel Spring, it is home to some cave snails and the olm. The Krupa River is infamous because of its high pollution with PCBs due to improper handling of PCB waste material, used for decades by the capacitor manufacturing company Iskra Kondenzatorji in nearby Semič. Media related to Krupa at Wikimedia Commons
Mouhammad "Mo" Faye is a Senegalese professional basketball player who play for Avtodor of the VTB United League. He represents the senior Senegalese national team. Faye was born to Mame Youmane Niang Faye, he is the youngest of five children. Faye attended SEED Academy in Senegal. In 2002, he was a member of the Senegalese under-18 national basketball team, in 2004 he was a member of the under-20 national team. Due to a delay in the translation of his transcripts, Faye sat out his first season and was cleared to begin practice with the team in the fall 2006 semester, he started his career as a redshirt freshman in the 2006–07 season, but his initial playing status was in question due to a wrist injury that he sustained in a pickup game over the summer. Faye became a starter when his teammate Lewis Clinch was suspended for the remainder of the 2006–07 season on January 5, 2007. Faye was sidelined again on February 5, 2007 after struggling with flu-like symptoms, which coach Paul Hewitt speculated may have been caused by mononucleosis.
Faye played for the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Summer League in 2010. He signed with the NBA D-League club Rio Grande Valley Vipers. After one year in the NBA D-League, he signed with Hyeres-Toulon of the LNB Pro B averaging 12 points and 5 rebounds per game. For the 2012–13 season, he joined Ikaros Kallitheas of the Greek Basket League, The next year, he joined Panelefsiniakos and for the 2014–15 season he played for Rethymno. On August 13, 2015, Faye joined Pallacanestro Varese, he left the team before the end of the season. He was suspended for six months from basketball. On July 17, 2016, Faye signed with the Greek team Promitheas Patras. On April 24, 2017, Faye signed with the Lebanese team Sagesse. On August 4, 2018, he signed with Crvena zvezda for the 2018 -- 19 season. On June 28, 2019, he re-signed with Crvena zvezda for one more season. On February 7, 2020, Faye and the Serbian club parted ways. Faye has been a long-time member of the senior Senegalese national basketball team. With Senegal, he has played at the following FIBA AfroBasket tournaments: the 2007 FIBA Africa Championship, the 2009 FIBA Africa Championship, the 2011 FIBA Africa Championship, the 2013 FIBA Africa Championship, the 2015 AfroBasket, the 2017 AfroBasket.
He won bronze medals at the 2013 FIBA Africa Championship, the 2017 AfroBasket. He played with Senegal at the 2014 FIBA World Cup, at the 2019 FIBA World Cup. EuroLeague.net profile FIBA Archive profile Eurobasket.com profile Italian League profile
Jamison Centre is a designated group centre located in the Canberra suburb of Macquarie. It services the suburbs of Macquarie, Bruce, Cook and Weetangera. Jamison Plaza is the main shopping complex with some peripheral shops in the adjacent streets. Places nearby include the Big Splash Waterpark. Jamison Centre is serviced by ACTION bus route 32 which connects Jamison Centre to Belconnen Town Centre and Civic, it is easily accessible by road from Belconnen Way and Bindubi Street. The outdoor Belconnen Trash'n'Treasure Market is held every Sunday morning in the Jamison Centre car park; this is one of Canberra's larger outdoor markets, is operated by the Rotary Club of Belconnen with assistance from the Rotary Clubs of Ginninderra and Woden. Built in 1969, Jamison Centre was the first shopping development in the Belconnen district, preceding the Belconnen Town Centre by nearly a decade, it was named after Thomas Jamison, a First Fleet surgeon and prominent landowner, government official and mercantile trader of the colonial era.
The Jamison Centre was a major commercial area, but it soon began to suffer from the growth of a centrally situated town hub when the federal government built a major shopping precinct, sold to The Westfield Group and is now known as Westfield Belconnen. For many years the Jamison Centre played a significant role in servicing the adjacent area, but decreased in importance and became neglected; the decline continued until 2000, when the Humphries government and the private owners of the centre commissioned a master plan to turn the area around. After community consultation, several major issues such as building elevation, safety and a lack of meeting places, were noted; the final plan, released in 2002, mapped out a number of methods of achieving this, including improving traffic flow and building new shops and restaurants facing the adjacent streets. With the approval of $8.2m of government funding, a major refurbishment began in January 2006, with most major work completed by early 2008. Though the government provided assurances that the centre would remain open throughout the process, much of the complex was vacant for some time with many long-term retailers moving temporarily to nearby locations.
Ritchie Robertson FBA has been Taylor Professor of the German Language and Literature at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of The Queen's College since 2010. He attended Nairn Academy and went from there to Edinburgh University, where he took first-class Honours degrees in English Language and Literature and German Language and Literature. In 1976 he became a graduate student at Lincoln College, where in 1981 he was awarded a D. Phil. for a thesis on Edwin Muir's contacts with German literature. From 1979 to 1984, he was Montgomery Tutor in German at Lincoln College. From 1984 to 1989, he was a Fellow and Director of Studies in Modern Languages at Downing College, Cambridge. In 1989, he was appointed to a Tutorial Fellowship at St John's College, where he remained until he was appointed to the Taylor Chair of German in 2010, he has held a fellowship from the Humboldt Foundation, during which he worked with Professor Gerhard Kurz at the University of Giessen. He has been a visiting professor at Queen's University, at the Friedrich-Schlegel-Graduiertenschule of the Free University of Berlin.
He was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 2004, has chaired its section on Modern Languages and Literatures. In 1990, together with Edward Timms, he founded the yearbook Austrian Studies, which he co-edited until 1999. From 2000 to 2010, he was Germanic Editor of the Modern Language Review. Professor Robertson co-directs the Oxford Kafka Research Centre with Professors Carolin Duttlinger, Barry Murnane and Katrin Kohl, he is convenor of the book series Germanic Literatures, published by Legenda. His book A New History of the Enlightenment is due to be published by Penguin Books in March 2020. For a full list of his publications, please go to Ritchie Robertson is married to Katharine Nicholas and is the stepfather of her children Miranda and John Mourby. Kafka: Judaism and Literature Heine The "Jewish Question" in German Literature, 1749-1939 The German-Jewish Dialogue: an anthology of literary texts, 1749-1993, - translator The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Mann - editor A History of Austrian Literature 1918-2000 - Editor, with Katrin Kohl Kafka: A Very Short Introduction Mock-Epic Poetry from Pope to Heine Kafka und die kleine Prosa der Moderne - editor with Manfred Engel Kafka, Prag und der Erste Weltkrieg - editor with Manfred Engel Lessing and the German Enlightenment - editor Kafka und die Religion in der Moderne - editor with Manfred Engel Fontane and Cultural Mediation: Festschrift for Helen Chambers - editor with Michael White Goethe: A Very Short Introduction Isaiah Berlin and the Enlightenment - editor with Laurence Brockliss Enlightenment and Religion in German and Austrian Literature: Selected Essays Pacifist and Anti-Miluitarist Writing in German, 1889-1928: From Bertha von Suttner to Erich Maria Remarque - editor with Andreas Kramer