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first_imgThe Letterkenny Institute of Technology annual Student Achievement Awards evening took place on Thursday in the Radisson Blu Hotel.It was an evening of style, glitz and glamour all around, as over 230 students and staff gathered to recognise and celebrate the achievements of this year’s clubs and societies at LYIT.Among the awards presented were; Most Outstanding Club Member, Leadership Award, Best Society and the Civic, Charity & Community Engagement Award. This year also saw the introduction of three new awards; Best Poster, Best Photograph and Best Promotional Video – all of which had a high volume of entries.The competition for all award categories this year was extremely strong and this posed some tough decision making for the selection committee in choosing the winners.Eamon McGee, 2012 All Ireland medal winner with Donegal and current Gweedore player, who was the guest speaker on the night, presented the seven Clubs & Societies Awards.In his address, Eamon reflected on his college years, having won two Sigerson medals. Eamon also highlighted the importance of establishing the proper study and social balance and encouraged the students present to pursue their ambitions while mindfully learning from the experience of their peers.  Eamon also emphasised the importance of the contribution that clubs and societies make to college life in terms of personal development and wellbeing.Clubs & Societies Scholarships were also presented to nine successful candidates.  The winners were selected from a large pool of applicants and a diverse range of clubs and societies.Each of the winners, received monetary awards in recognition of their achievements.Paul Hannigan, LYIT President, presented the scholarships to the winning students and complimented all clubs and societies on the significant contribution they have made to campus life.  Paul also welcomed how the institute has continued to embrace cultural diversity in line with the significant increase in international students choosing LYIT as a place to further their studies.The award winners on the night were as follows:  Clubs & Societies Awards Winners Leadership Award 2019 – Annie Carr, Gaisce Society.Award for Civic, Charity & Community Engagement 2019 – International Society.Most Outstanding Club Member 2019 – Edward Ng, Malaysian Society.Best Society 2019 – Malaysian Society.Best Society Photograph 2019 – African Society.Best Society Poster 2019 – Badminton Society.Best Society Promotional Video 2019 – Malaysian Society. Scholarship Winners Amira Adila Amiran, International SocietyAnnie Carr, Gaisce SocietyOluwatosin Edunjobi, Christian Union & Public Speaking SocietyJo Ezer Lau, Ultimate Frisbee ClubFlorian Moss, Badminton SocietyEmily McTigue, Wellbeing SocietyEdward Ng, Malaysian Students SocietyRoyce Rui Tze Tan, Ultimate Frisbee, Malaysian & Badminton SocietiesLukas Vymlatil, International SocietySports Awards WinnersMichael Langan (GAA Men), Individual Sports Star AwardVictoria Kelly (GAA Ladies), Special Recognition in Sport AwardGAA Men’s Team, Team of the YearThe winner of the Most Outstanding Club Member; Edward Ng and the winner of the Best Society Promotional Video; the Malaysian Students Society, will now go on to represent Letterkenny Institute of Technology at the National BICS (Board of Irish Colleges) Awards which are taking place in Athlone on Thursday 11th April. Members of the Lyit International Society who won the Award for Civic, Charity & Community Engagement 2019 at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards night in the Radission Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night .Included in the photo are Paul Hannigan President Lyit ,Billy Bennett VP for Academic Affairs and Registrar ,Henry McGarvey VP for Finance and Corporate Services ,Paddy Gallagher Lyit Student Union Officer ,Josephine Wilson Lyit SU ,Vicki O Rourke Lyit SU ,Anne Marie Kelly.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents Victoria Kelly (GAA Ladies), with the Special Recognition in Sport Award at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Royce Rui Tze Tan, Ultimate Frisbee, Malaysian & Badminton Societies at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present the Best Society Photograph 2019 Award to the African Society . Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present the Best Society Promotional Video 2019 to the Malaysian Society . Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Florian Moss, Badminton Society at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Edward Ng, Malaysian Students Societyat the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present Most Outstanding Club Member 2019 to Edward Ng, Malaysian Society . Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Oluwatosin Edunjobi, Christian Union & Public Speaking Society at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMembers of the Lyit Africian Society pictured at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards night in the Radission Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night .Included in the photo are Paul Hannigan President Lyit ,Billy Bennett VP for Academic Affairs and Registrar ,Henry McGarvey VP for Finance and Corporate Services , ,Josephine Wilson Lyit SU ,Vicki O Rourke Lyit SU ,Anne Marie Kelly.Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present the Leadership Award 2019 to Annie Carr, Gaisce Society. Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents Michael Langan (GAA Men), with the Individual Sports Star Award at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a GAA Men’s Team, Team of the Year to team captain Callum Gallagher at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Lukas Vymlatil, International Society at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present Award for Civic, Charity & Community Engagement 2019 to Lukas Vymlatil, International Society. Photo by Gerard McHughDonegal All Ireland winner Eamon McGee who was special guest at the Lyit Student Achievement Awards present the Best Society Poster 2019 to the Badminton Society . Photo by Gerard McHughLyit Gaa team & Management team pictured after receiving their Trench Cup winners medals at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards night in the Radission Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night .Included in the photo are Paul Hannigan President Lyit ,Billy Bennett VP for Academic Affairs and Registrar ,Henry McGarvey VP for Finance and Corporate Services ,Paddy Gallagher Lyit Student Union Officer .Photo by Gerard McHughMembers of the Lyit Badminton Society pictured at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards night in the Radission Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night .Included in the photo are Paul Hannigan President Lyit ,Billy Bennett VP for Academic Affairs and Registrar ,Henry McGarvey VP for Finance and Corporate Services , ,Josephine Wilson Lyit SU ,Vicki O Rourke Lyit SU ,Anne Marie Kelly.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Annie Carr, Gaisce Society at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Emily McTigue, Wellbeing Societyat the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughMembers of the Lyit Malaysian Society pictured at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards night in the Radission Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night .Included in the photo are Paul Hannigan President Lyit ,Billy Bennett VP for Academic Affairs and Registrar ,Henry McGarvey VP for Finance and Corporate Services , ,Josephine Wilson Lyit SU ,Vicki O Rourke Lyit SU ,Anne Marie Kelly.Photo by Gerard McHughMr Paul Hannigan President of Lyit presents a scholarship award to Jo Ezer Lau, Ultimate Frisbee Club at the Lyit Student Achievements Awards in the Radisson Hotel Letterkenny on Thursday night.Photo by Gerard McHughPicture special: LYIT Student Achievement Awards was last modified: April 8th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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)last_img read more

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first_img9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… Related Posts Augmented reality guru Bruce Sterling shared a fascinating video on his Wired.com blog Beyond the Beyond today that shows a developer building an AR application without any programming language in just shy of five minutes. Using the Mac-based visual design app Quartz Composer and few additional plugins, the developer (apparently a Russian named Vladmir, according to his YouTube account) quickly assembles the application using Quartz’s visual Yahoo Pipes-like interface. chris cameron 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App The video embedded above is pretty easy to follow despite being a screencast of a complex design application. The developer simply drags and drops a few elements onto the screen to initialize the video input device, recognize a marker, and incorporate a 3D model of a teapot. After connecting a few dots and tweaking some settings, we see the teapot appearing on an AR marker via the developer’s webcam.The experience itself is not the impressive thing – fans of AR have seen webcams place objects on black and white makers for a while now. What is interesting about this video is how quickly and easily the plugins for Quartz made what is normally a fairly complex process of programming an AR app. This application is an innovative implementation of the ARToolKit, a free and open-source library for creating AR apps created in 1999. Just as SDKs for platforms like the iPhone make mobile app development much easier, these types of plugins for visual design tools will make the development of AR apps quick and easy. The easier (and cheaper) it is to develop AR applications, the faster the technology will grow and the more exposure it will receive in the public eye. Tags:#Augmented Reality#web last_img read more

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first_imgSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion Hotel management clarifies SEAG footballers’ kikiam breakfast issue “We’ve just been fortunate to get stops late,” Cauley-Stein said. “We don’t want to have to battle down 20. We just have to get stops earlier. In the first half of the last couple of games, they get a lot of layups.”Bogdan Bogdanovic added 24 points, De’Aaron Fox had 19 points and 11 assists, and Iman Shumpert scored 10.Anthony Davis had 26 points and 17 rebounds for the Pelicans. Jrue Holiday added 27 points, six assists and seven rebounds. New Orleans has lost four straight and 12 of 17.“It’s kind of the same story for us,” Holiday said. “Between the coaches and the players, we have to get on the same page when it comes down to the last four minutes. In the second half they started making shots.”Down 105-94 with 7 1/2 minutes left, the Kings scored 14 consecutive points as part of a 19-5 run to take control. Hield fueled the comeback with a pair of 3-pointers and a fast-break layup, and Fox made a free throw to put the Kings up 113-110 with 2:03 remaining.ADVERTISEMENT “It’s fantastic,” Joerger said. “Guys have put in a lot of work. It’s also a feather in the hat of our organization and the direction that we’re going.”UP NEXTPelicans: At Dallas on Wednesday night.Kings: At the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next New Orleans Pelicans guard Frank Jackson (15) passes the ball around Sacramento Kings guard Buddy Hield (24) during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Sacramento, Calif., Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Steve Yeater)SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Dave Joerger is pretty proud of the way his Kings have been able to generate a few big comeback wins this season.It’s the early double-digit deficits the Sacramento coach could do without.ADVERTISEMENT Sacramento pushed its lead to 121-114 before Davis made a 3. After Fox made one of two free throws, Julius Randle scored and appeared to get fouled but the play was overturned on replay.The Pelicans, who scored a franchise-record 149 points against the Kings when the teams met in the second game of the season in October, got off to another fast start. New Orleans led 32-13 in the first quarter, then withstood a surge by Sacramento in the second to go up 69-58 at halftime.“We played well over stretches and then we go away from what we’re doing,” Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said. “We stopped moving the basketball and tried to do it ourselves. We’re not capable of doing that.”TIP-INSPelicans: New Orleans scored 66 points in the paint. … Davis had eight points in the first quarter, going 6 for 6 on free throws. … Nikola Mirotic missed his fifth consecutive game because of a sore right ankle.Kings: Marvin Bagley (bruised left knee) sat out his fifth straight game. … The Kings made five 3s in the fourth quarter.FOX-LIKE REFLEXESFox made a phenomenal defensive play in the second quarter when he chased down Tim Frazier and blocked a fast-break layup attempt from behind. The ball ricocheted off the backboard and nearly went to midcourt, leading to an easy basket for Hield as the Golden1 Center crowd erupted in a thunderous ovation.NEW YEAR, NEW KINGSWith two games left in 2018, the Kings (18-15) are guaranteed of heading into the new year with a winning record for the first time since 2004-05. PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss MOST READ LATEST STORIES Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion BREAKING: Corrections officer shot dead in front of Bilibid Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Myles Turner, Pacers beat up well-worn Wizards Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? 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first_img The continued strengthening of regional institutional capacities for the design, implementation and monitoring of public policies geared towards reduction of intentional homicides is critical. She said citizens within the Americas deserve to live free from crime and violence, adding that “in our capacities as decision-makers and leaders in society, it is our civic duty to safeguard this right”. Story Highlights The continued strengthening of regional institutional capacities for the design, implementation and monitoring of public policies geared towards reduction of intentional homicides is critical.This was emphasised by Acting Chief Technical Director, Research, Rehabilitation and Diversion Policy Division, Ministry of National Security, Shauna Trowers, at the second workshop on ‘Targeted Public Policies for the Prevention and Reduction of International Homicide’, at the Directorate of Training and Doctrine at the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) in Kingston, on December 13.She said citizens within the Americas deserve to live free from crime and violence, adding that “in our capacities as decision-makers and leaders in society, it is our civic duty to safeguard this right”.“We cannot successfully prevent and reduce homicides in the region without data and effective policies, nor can we evaluate the efficacy of our efforts to reduce violence, crime, and feelings of insecurity without really understanding the landscape within which we operate. We need to know what works,” she added.Turning to Jamaica, Ms. Trowers said that citizen and community security can be strengthened through a multidimensional approach, focused on addressing the potential causes of crime and violence.She argued that this can only be done if valid, reliable and comparable citizen security data are readily available and accessible to design effective and sustainable policies and interventions.Ms. Trowers said Government places the highest priority on the immediate reduction of the present levels of crime, violence and public disorder.“As we participate in this workshop, I would like us all as a regional network to reflect on how we can capitalise on our different perspectives and mandates to accelerate the achievement of preventing and reducing the homicide rate in the countries that we serve,” she said.Ms. Trowers expressed confidence that the results of the workshops that will be implemented in the region will provide the added knowledge, technical know-how and capabilities “for us to prevent and reduce intentional homicide, as well as ensure that the implementation of the policy is sustainable in the long term”.She thanked the Organization of American States (OAS) for arranging the event, which brought together senior government representatives within the region.“The Ministry of National Security and by extension the Jamaican Government is especially grateful for your participation in this activity and your partnership in providing technical support to design policies geared towards preventing and reducing intentional homicides,” she said.The project is being implemented by the Department of Public Security of the OAS Secretariat for Multidimensional Security. Beneficiary countries include: El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Jamaica.Some of the objectives of the project are: to promote inter-institutional collaboration and coordination between State institutions to address intentional homicide; and create common spaces where public officers may share their experiences on intentional homicide prevention and reduction. This was emphasised by Acting Chief Technical Director, Research, Rehabilitation and Diversion Policy Division, Ministry of National Security, Shauna Trowers, at the second workshop on ‘Targeted Public Policies for the Prevention and Reduction of International Homicide’, at the Directorate of Training and Doctrine at the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) in Kingston, on December 13.last_img read more

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Explore further In this Nov. 3, 2017, file photo, the Apple iPhone X sits on display at the new Apple Michigan Avenue store along the Chicago River in Chicago. Warren Buffett’s company bought 75 million more Apple shares in the first quarter, giving it more than 240 million shares of the iPhone maker. Buffett told CNBC about the latest Apple stock purchases Friday, May 4, 2018 as tens of thousands of shareholders begin to arrive at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting this weekend. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File) © 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. Citation: Buffett’s firm buys 75 million more Apple shares in 1Q (2018, May 4) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-05-buffett-firm-million-apple-1q.html Buffett told CNBC about the latest Apple stock purchases Friday as tens of thousands of shareholders begin to arrive at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting this weekend.Berkshire has continued buying Apple shares even with the price rising 25 percent over the past 12 months. At the end of 2017, Buffett’s company held 165.3 million Apple shares.Buffett has said he looks at Apple like a consumer products company with a strong competitive position, rather than as a tech company. That helped him become comfortable with it.Besides investments, Berkshire owns more than 90 subsidiaries in a variety of industries, including insurance, utilities, railroads, and manufacturing. Buffett’s company adds to stakes in Apple and Phillips 66 (Update) Warren Buffett’s company bought 75 million more Apple shares in the first quarter, giving it more than 240 million shares of the iPhone maker. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. read more

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