Siemens has created an interactive tool on its website, which allows users to get a 360° view of an offshore wind farm along with an additional insight into technological solutions and offshore wind jobs.Once placed on top of an offshore wind turbine, users can start exploring by clicking on certain spots within the 3D surroundings to get more information about the company, blades, in addition to various types of wind turbines and work positions in the industry.Users can learn more about offshore wind via text or a video, and some of the info boxes which take the story to another level by entering a certain field of offshore wind development.Offshore WIND Staff, April 4, 2014
Tyrone Davis, also known as “Butler,” of no fixed address was arraigned on June 1 before Magistrate Charlton Smith in Court Two on three counts of indecent exposure. The matters are in connection with incidents reported to police between April and May 2017 in the areas of the Mall Drive and RND Plaza.He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three months on each count to run concurrently.The Sandilands Rehabilitation Center is the Bahamas’ national resource for psychiatric, geriatric and substance abuse services. The Geriatric Hospital cares for the elderly with medical, social and psychiatric problems. A 46-year-old Grand Bahama man, convicted of indecent exposure on Thursday in the Freeport Magistrate’s Court, was sentenced to three months at the Sandilands Rehabilitation Center.
“One of the most amazing things about this leadership forum was the people,” Davis said. “More than 300 student-athletes and administrators, from all different sports, schools, and divisions came together because of a common passion for competition and camaraderie. #ARGOS# Print Friendly Version “This is the key to successful leadership. It was eye-opening to see all the other aspects that played a role in conveying messages, goals and culture. Consistency, clarity and confidence are among the key attributes of speaking and acting as a leader. Open-mindedness in listening and willingness to serve are also among important attributes in being an effective leader.” “I loved the fact that administrators, such as coaches, directors of communication and advisors were a part of the groups, because we all got to share valuable insight on our positions that we wouldn’t have known otherwise,” Davis said. “I learned numerous things from our discussion group sessions, but one thing that I believe encompasses all the others is effective communication. The forum was created in 1997, and nearly 5,000 student-athletes have been chosen from an elite group to attend the event since then. The event provided Davis and others the opportunity to express what it means to be a student-athlete, gain a deeper understanding of the NCAA and show the value of student-athlete advisory committees around the nation – which Davis is a member of at UWF. PENSACOLA, Fla. – UWF women’s basketball sophomore Jade Davis was chosen by the Gulf South Conference office to attend the NCAA Division II Student-Athlete Leadership Forum in Phoenix, Arizona, from April 7-10. The Leadership Forum places student-athletes, coaches, faculty and administrators in positions to learn and teach leadership skills, personal values, core beliefs and behaviors from each other. Each athletic conference in the NCAA from Divisions I, II and III selected three student-athletes from their member institutions to attend the Leadership Forum. Following an application process that included writing an essay on why she believed she should be nominated, the GSC chose Davis, along with Jacob Tucker of North Alabama and Kirwa Sosteen from West Georgia. “I met people who played field hockey, I met people from my hometown, I met people from Hawaii, I met people from schools I can’t even pronounce – the athletes here couldn’t have been more diverse.”