WATCH: Up to Speed: Vickers, Dillon in spotlight WATCH: The Preview Show for Michigan Coors Light Pole Award winner Jeb Burton picks first stall off of pit road WATCH: NASCAR Next: Ryan Gifford FULL SERIES COVERAGE• View all articles • View all videos • View all photos After winning his fourth pole of the season, Jeb Burton and his No. 4 team chose pit stall No. 2, which is the first stall at pit exit into Turn 1.In stall five, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points leader, Matt Crafton, who starts the race with a 52-point advantage over Burton, has the fifth stall with an opening behind him.At the start/finish line, Darrell Wallace Jr. is on the Turn 1 side in stall 22 and Max Gresham on the Turn 4 side across the opening in stall 24.Watch the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Michigan National Guard 200 live on FOX Sports 1 at 12:30 p.m. ET.MORE: WATCH: Fantasy Showdown: Previewing Michigan
As students return from Fall Break, the Campus Life Council (CLC) reconvened Monday afternoon to discuss on-campus diversity, gender relations and office hours. Coccia said he joined student body vice president Nancy Joyce and student body chief of staff Juan Rangel to meet with representatives from the Office of Student Affairs to discuss topics including diversity in leadership positions. The Council has considered the need to diversify leadership in the past, Coccia said. “This is something that has been recommended since … 1992, ,  … that was a topic of discussion before we got there, so I think that [the Council’s suggestion] helped reinforce that point,” Coccia said. Coccia said his team also suggested all classrooms and residence halls on campus include a statement of inclusion. On the topic of gender relations, Coccia said the group also encouraged the Office of Student Affairs to “get the conversation started” on what it means to be a transgender student at Notre Dame, specifically what it means when it comes to student housing. He said PrismND, the recently created student organization for LGBTQ student issues, will be examining this topic as well. Another topic that was discussed during the meeting was students’ use of office hours. Specifically, the Council discussed the fact that students often don’t use office hours very much, if at all. Coccia said the Council will focus on these and other issues as the school year progresses. “We’ll focus, for the rest of the semester, on the intermediate steps…. to either help get us more information, or to start addressing some of the issues we’ve been talking about,” he said. “We’ve been asking so many questions… [and] we want to start figuring out what the solutions are.” Contact Thomas Hughes at [email protected]
12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Rich Jones A published author and engaging speaker, Rich Jones is President/CEO/Principal for Leaders2Leadership LLC. Prior to starting his own strategic planning agency he was Senior Vice President of Sales, … Web: leading2leadership.com Details The ProblemThe key problem with integration today is best explained in these eight painful truths about the modern credit union industry:Competition is fiercer than ever.Being competitive means credit unions need to bring members the access, products and services they want—which requires help from third-party providers.Each third-party provider requires integration into their core operating system.Almost all core operating systems require the use of a proprietary application program interface (API) that comes with a license fee.Every time integration takes place, credit unions pay significant fees for development and professional services.Vendors and core providers need to share member information back and forth to have a functional relationship.Almost all vendor-to-core integrations access the same fields, yet every integration requires its own development and professional services support.This duplicative cost is driving up operating expense (OPEX) and is overwhelming IT staff to the point where new technologies are put into long queues before they can be implemented.The New ParadigmCore providers need to accept that they do not own the member data; the credit union does. The core provider is the transaction machine to process member activity and store balances. In today’s industry, where a typical credit union manages 50 or more third-party vendors, it is simply unacceptable that core providers hold member data hostage with proprietary APIs and expensive barriers.If vendors are going to insist that they not only hold a piece of the 360-degree member view, but also receive data sharing to and from the core system, then this data sharing must become faster and cheaper to enable.The SolutionTo remove expensive, time-consuming proprietary integration APIs from the process, credit unions need to require all vendors, core and otherwise, to use an integration standard. In the healthcare and insurance industries, standardization has saved companies millions of dollars in integration expenses and enabled them to bring innovations that meet their customers’ needs to market much faster.This is where the Credit Union Financial Exchange (CUFX) comes in. Spearheaded by CUNA Technology Council, CUFX is an ambitious initiative that seeks to end integration nightmares for credit unions nationwide by creating a single standard for the entire industry.Five Steps to Become The SolutionDemand your core provider accept CUFX Standard for all integrations.Include the use of CUFX Standard in all contracts that require integration.Choose vendors and core providers that actively accept CUFX as the integration standard.Talk to CUFX Standard (www.cufxstandard.com) before you sign a contract that requires integration.Contribute to this cooperative initiative designed to remove the costly, time-consuming barriers to core and vendor-to-vendor integrations for the entire credit union movement.When we cooperate as a movement, we stand a chance to break the cycle of expensive integrations and to make credit union member data more accessible and available. Only by working together can we ease this burden and shift the paradigm towards acceptance that ALL member and transaction data is ours—and ours alone.
Mansalon was navigating the road in SitioManauban, Barangay Linaon when he allegedly overlapped the opposite lane andcolliding into a Ceres bus running from an opposite direction. The 47-year-old bus driver ZocimoPadilla Tejo surrendered to the Cauayan police station. Charges will be filedagainst him./PN Police investigators said the crashhappened around 7:35 p.m. on Tuesday. BACOLOD City – The motorcycle he wasdriving crashed against a bus in Barangay Linaon, Cauayan, Negros Occidental. The 53-year-old Erwin Mansalon Sr. diedof injuries on the body, a police report showed.
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