Friday, December 29, 2006
The last round of public hearings on Broadwater will begin the week of Jan. 9 (see http://www.cfenv.org/media/events/index.htm for meeting dates and locations).
For more information about the Plunge contact Michelle at (203) 787-0646 x104 or visit http://www.savethesound.org/broadwater/images/plunge_faqs.pdf.
Submitted by Connecticut Fund for the Environment
Wednesday, December 27, 2006
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Tuesday, December 26, 2006
2007 finalists for this award are:
Leslie Abi-Karam, Executive VP & President, Document Messaging Technologies, Pitney Bowes
Amy Arnsten, Professor of Neurobiology & Psychology, Yale
Laurie Aylsworth, Project Director, Northeast Utilities
Lucy Baney, President & CEO, Access Technologies Group
Laurine Bow, VP for Research, Hartford Hospital
Cynthia Brandt, Assoc. Professor, Yale Center for Medical Informatics
Antoinette Bruciati, Assist. Professor, Education, Sacred Heart U
Maricate Conlon, student, Newtown High School
Erin Duffy, Senior Director - Structure Based Drug Design, Rib-X Pharmaceuticals
Kate Emery, President, Walker Systems Support
Mary Kay Fenton, VP & CFO, Achillion Pharmaceuticals
Patricia Fisher, CEO & Founder, JANUS Associates, Inc.
Heidi Gold-Dworkin, President, Little Scientists
Nancy Golden, Founder & CEO, Golden Consulting Group, LLC
Jane Goldsmith, Manager of Proposals, Sonalysts
Monica Goldstein, Ex. VP, CAPS Business Recovery Services
Jennifer Good, President & CEO, Penwest Pharmaceuticals
Kristyn Greco, graduate student, UConn School of Pharmacy
Tracy Hall, Project Leader, CAPS Business Recovery Services
Julie Henion, student, Watertown High School
Abby Ilumoka Nwabuzor, Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, U of Hartford
Melody Johnson, student, UNH
Beth Joseph, Assoc. Director, Clinical Ops., Pulmonary, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Pratisha Koirala, student, UConn
Ann Kraft, Ex. Senior Director, Purdue Pharma L.P.
Darcy MacClaren, VP Sales, Process Division, Infor
Nita Maihle, Professor, Yale School of Medicine
Susan Masino, Professor of Psychology and Nueroscience, Trinity College
Kathleen Maurer, Medical Director, The Hartford Insurance Group
Ivana Milanovic, Assoc. Professor & Chair, U of Hartford
Chris Morello, Extended Learning Coordinator, Norwich Public Schools
Amy Moriarty, Senior Manager, Aetna Inc
Deborah Moss, Chair, Chief Marketing Officer and Founder, Avalence LLC
Kristin Muschett, CEO, HABCO, Inc.
Jean Nocito-Gobel, Assist.Professor & Faculty Advisor to the Freshman Program, UNH
Sylvia Ounpuu, Director, Center for Motion Analysis, CTChildren's Medical Center
Jennifer Panosky, Principal Engineer, Electric Boat Corporation
Sister Mary Jane Paolella, Assist. Principal, Sacred Heart Academy
Susan Portwood, VPMarketing & Sales, Comcast Cable Communications, Inc.
Elaine Price, Founder, CEO & President, Phoenix Systems Integration
Mary Pugh, Owner, The Sono Group
Heather Sherman-Bond, President, Hydrofera LLC
Harmeet Singh, student, Seymour High School
Jannah Stanley, Principal Engineer, UTC Otis Elevator Company
Kristin Sullivan, Workforce & Professional Dev. Section Chief, CT Dept. of Public Health
Jahala Swan, Owner &Chief Operating Officer, Shoreline Technologies
Jordan Taylor, student, Berlin High School
Debora Volansky, CEO, CX2 Global
Mei Wei, Assist. Professor, UConn
Patty Williams, President & CEO, Telesis LLC
Quing Zhu, Assoc. Professor, UConn
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Story at http://www.newhavenindependent.org
The 39 Phase One Finalists are:
Ben Ahles Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
Margaret Dean Branford, CT
Karen Keane Milford, CT
Sandra Kensler Madison, CT
Rolandas Kiaulevicius New Haven, CT
Scott Tao Hartford, CT
Derek Leka West Haven, CT
Angela Leone New Haven, CT
Fair Haven Middle School New Haven, CT
Kristine DiGrigoli Paige Ridgewood, NJ
Mark Patnode New London, CT
Juliette Pelletier New York, NY
Amy Claire Russell Milford, CT
Caroline Hana Salant North Haven, CT
Jeannie Thomma Oxford, CT
Donna Lee Woolcott Northford, CT
Linda Hali Zucker New Haven, CT
Robert Dancik Oxford, CT
Guido Garaycochea New York, NY
Dawn Bisharat McDonald Madison, CT
Amy Mielke Farmington, CT
Karen Rand Mitchell S Stonington, CT
Caitlin Brennan Murphy Bethany, CT
Oscar Recalde Fairfield, CT
Alan & Sheri Snedeker Farmington, CT
Michale J Sweeney Middletown, CT
Michael Bradford Orange, CT
Rob Bunting Guilford, CT
Donald Anthony DeLuca Guilford, CT
T. Kinney Frelinghuysen Richmond, MA
Sarah Mahan Danbury, CT
Maryann Meken-Silvestri Danbury, CT
Bruce Oren New Haven, CT
Sharon Ritz Cherry Hill, NJ
Janet Robinson New Haven, CT
Susan Rosano Cromwell, CT
Sid Werthan Madison, CT
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Thursday, December 21, 2006
Dr. King strove to raise awareness about public health concerns and urban environmental issues that disproportionately affect minority and low-income communities, a movement now referred to as environmental justice. Peggy Shepard, Heinz Award for the Environment recipient, presents the 6th Annual Arnold J. Alderman Memorial Lecture, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Legacy of Environmental and Social Justice 2007, on Sunday, January 14, noon-4:30 pm, and Monday, January 15, 10-4:30 pm.
Festival activities include storytelling, informational booths, video documentaries, performing artists from the New Haven community and around the world, a participatory drum circle, "Hip Hop Café" with live music and dancing , and the famous Peabody INVITATIONAL POETRY SLAM. The Museum will host activities relating to topics such as lead poisoning prevention, asthma, community gardening, and urban access to outdoor recreational opportunities like canoing.
For more information contact Melanie Brigockas, 432-5099.
Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Since the fall of 2005, consumers nationwide have been eligible tosource: NYTimes.com
obtain a free copy of their credit report every year from each of the three main
credit reporting agencies -- Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. There's a Web site, www.annualcreditreport.com, but we recommend that people call the toll-free number, 877 322-8228. That's because there are about 50 impostor Web sites out there -- most of them selling subscription credit services -- so it's important that people who want to use the Web site type the name correctly.
We suggest that people order a different one every four months. That way
you're checking your credit year-round. If there are mistakes or inaccuracies,
notify the credit bureaus right away. They could be depressing your credit
score, which means you may be paying more to borrow than you should. Also look for suspicious activity. It could be an early sign of identity theft.'
Monday, December 18, 2006
For information about mentoring opportunities throughout Connecticut: http://www.preventionworksct.org/aboutcmp.html
Friday, December 15, 2006
Wednesday, December 13, 2006
Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen, PO Box 1478, New Haven 06506--624-6426
St Ann's Soup Kitchen, 930 Dixwell Ave., Hamden 06514--562-5700.
Call 211 to locate the closest soup kitchen or food pantry.
source: NH Register, 12/13/06 p A3
Tuesday, December 12, 2006
Heidi Green, President
1000 Friends of Connecticut
PO Box 1988
Hartford, CT 06144-1988
(860) 523 0003
Monday, December 11, 2006
Friday, December 08, 2006
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CT Campus Organizer-Work for a Better Future with U.S. PIRG. Salary: $23,750 - $25,000. Details and to apply: http://www.idealist.org/match/29740501-180 .
Christian Community Action (CCA) in New Haven has two openings: 1)Director of Development to direct fundraising efforts. The ideal individual should have experience in coordinating fundraising efforts, maintaining fundraising database, writing and disseminating quarterly newsletters, preparing press promotional materials, including press releases and brochures. Send resume by December 19, 2006, to CCA Executive Director, 168 Davenport Avenue, New Haven, CT 06519. 2) Case manager to work with families in its transitional housing program. Ideal candidate will have good case management skills, college degree, demonstrated computer skills, knowledge of social services and good communications skills. Send resume by January 2, 2007 to SSTHP, 168 Davenport Avenue, New Haven, CT 06519 .
Multicultural Leadership Institute is seeking f/t Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator, responsible for delivering Cultural Competence-related educational training and technical assistance activities and resources. Working knowledge and experience in Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Abuse (ATODA), co-occurring disorders and/or general mental health prevention or treatment topics. Required: working knowledge of the spectrum of cultural competence and diversity issues; strong written and oral communications, education and training skills; skills in MS Word package, internet, and basic research. In-state travel required. Full job description from email@example.com, or fax (203) 281-1386. Website: www.mli-inc.org. No phone inquiries please.
Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven is seeking a f/t Program and Development Assistant for program, administrative and development support; reports to Executive Director. Responsibilities: general administrative activities, data entry, program assistance and support of the development functions. The ideal candidate will have effective written and oral communication skills, well-developed interpersonal skills, knowledge of the New Haven community, and strong management and organizational skills. Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
United Way of Greater New Haven (UWGNH) seeks Director of Civic Engagement, a new position responsible for fostering and enhancing civic engagement and volunteerism in our region. Develop and implement civic engagement strategies for UWGNH; expanding annual Day of Caring; promoting civic engagement and volunteerism in the community; lead Volunteer Link, UWGNH’s web-based volunteer opportunity database; providing assistance to organizations seeking volunteers and volunteers seeking projects; and managing select annual fundraising campaign accounts. The ideal candidate believes in the power of people working together to strengthen the community, is high energy, works well with diverse populations, thrives in an atmosphere that requires multi-tasking, and possesses strong computer skills and excellent verbal and written communication skills. BA/BS required, MA strongly preferred. Experience in volunteer management, community organizing, and civic work highly desired. The Director of Civic Engagement reports to the Vice President for Community Leadership and will be part of the Community Impact Team. The position will require some evenings and weekends. Please send cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to Kathleen Norwood via email at email@example.com or by mail to UWGNH, 71 Orange St., New Haven, CT 06510.
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
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Monday, December 04, 2006
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* Design an artistic representation of a violin out of any material such as clay, metal,
* Decorate a violin in any manner or style
* Deconstruct a violin and rearrange it in any way, shape or form
All media--Anything that represents a violin: paintings, drawings, pottery, glass, metal or knitting etc. Applications must be postmarked by December 9 with the design proposal. For more information, or to receive an application, please call the New Haven Symphony at 203-865-0831 x21 or visit newhavensymphony.org
They invite grant proposals from non-profit organizations for innovative projects that support the international community of Greater New Haven, and foster global education. For more information, please visit http://www.ianewhaven.org.
Saturday, December 02, 2006
The Civic Orchestra of New Haven is partnering with Barnes and Noble to fundraise for the spring concert featuring a performance of Carmina Burana with the Norwalk Symphony. Please support the Orchestra by using a Civic Orchestra voucher for purchases at Barnes and Noble between December 6 and 10. A portion of your purchase will be donated to the Orchestra.
Thanks for your support! For details:
Associate Philanthropic Officer
The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
phone: 203.777.2386 Ext. 252