"It was absolutely amazing to be able to speak with experienced researchers at the symposium about the science, and career paths in science. Attending the symposium helped confirmed my decision to pursue a career in academic medicine."
Host University: National Institutes of Health
Home University: Harvard University
Amgen Scholar Year: 2016
Major: Human and Developmental Regenerative Biology
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., February 14, 2017 /3BL Media/ — Gov. Rick Scott has presented Duke Energy Florida with the state’s Business Ambassador Award for its contributions to the state’s economic vitality.
The presentation was made recently at the Governor’s Job Summit in Orlando, Fla.
“I was proud to recognize Duke Energy with the Governor’s Business Ambassador Award during the 2017 Jobs Summit,” said Gov. Scott. “I look forward to seeing their continued success across Florida.”
HOUSTON, January 24, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The National Diversity Council is proud to announce its 2017 DiversityFIRST™ Certification Program to be held in five locations across the Unites States. The success of past years has prompted the National Diversity Council to expand the program to Ohio and New Jersey in addition to California, Florida, and Texas.
At Duke Energy, we are proud of our commitment to the environment and our communities. We don’t just work here, we live here and we want to make Florida an even better place to live. We believe it’s important to protect our natural resources, and we believe that being environmentally friendly and cost effective are not mutually exclusive. Watch and see how we are leveraging innovative technology at our power plants to find win–win solutions for our business, our community partners and the environment.
The Jacksonville office primarily focuses on environmental liability management, including ongoing work on a number of UST sites, site assessment and remediation, chlorinated solvents, and petroleum portfolios. We also have expertise in iEHS and other technology enabled EHS solutions.
Hundreds of Carnival Cruise Line employees, both on board and ashore, did their part to help our environment by participating in the annual International Coastal Cleanup Day, the world’s largest single day cleanup event spearheaded by the Ocean Conservancy.
From Florida and the Caribbean to Central America and Europe, Carnival employees pitched in to clear debris and collect refuse at a variety of seaside destinations, underscoring the cruise line’s ongoing commitment to environmental protection and preservation.
Jacksonville youth employment initiative graduates first class, launches new program in New Town area
Building on the success of its inaugural Information Technology (IT) class, Generation — a youth employment program — started its second IT course this week at Florida State College’s (FSCJ) Advanced Technology Center. On Monday, June 13, it is also launching a Customer Service program at Edward Waters College in partnership with the New Town Success Zone. The program’s expansion comes after the first Jacksonville class of 22 students successfully graduated in late May, with the majority of these young people already employed at local companies.
By Debra Manley, Billing Operations Analysts, Finance Billing Operations, AT&T
In 2008, I began running as a way to stay fit and healthy. I never dreamed it would turn into so much more. After my husband passed away suddenly in 2010, I turned to running to find some peace of mind. It became my solace and offered me clarity. I can’t believe all the running goals I’ve accomplished; 2 full marathons, 8 half marathons and countless shorter races. Running has shaped my life not only physically but more importantly, mentally. I have a love and a passion for running that I want to share with others.