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Bank of America signs on as $1M corporate sponsor for LSC’s…

first_imgCommunityNews Previous articlePolice: 5 Bayonne residents arrested for shots fired incident where bullet pierced bedroom windowNext articleJersey City, North Bergen, housing authorities net six figures in latest round of HUD funding John Heinis CarePoint Health reaches deal for Cigna Health Insurance to join their network Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Bayonne TAGSbank of americaliberty science centerpaul hoffmanscitech scitysteven fulop SHARE Bank of America signs on as $1M corporate sponsor for LSC’s SciTech Scity project Bayonne man pepper sprayed, arrested after punching cop in the face, authorities say RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Bayonne man busted with cocaine, heroin, semi-automatic handgun after fleeing from cops By John Heinis – May 19, 2020 10:32 am 0 Bank of America has signed on as corporate sponsor with a $1 million donation towards the Liberty Science Center’s SciTech Scity project: a 30-acre campus “innovation campus” with an estimated cost of $280 million.An artist’s rendering of what an aerial view of SciTech Scity would look like. Photo via John Heinis/Hudson County View“The coronavirus is reshaping our world in ways we could not have imagined, and it is essential to think beyond the current environment and consider future impacts,” said Sheri Bronstein, chief human resources officer at Bank of America and an LSC trustee.“Addressing upcoming challenges will require bold, creative solutions across the public and private sectors. Liberty Science Center’s SciTech Scity will help nurture pioneering advancements for the betterment of all.”In addition to their financial support, Bank of America’s Head of Global Business Services Sumeet Chabria is joining the SciTech Scity board of trustees.His responsibilities at the bank also include providing scalable and shared technology and operations services to all lines of business, and managing all technology contractors and resourcing vendors.“We are grateful to Bank of America for its confidence in our vision,” said LSC President and CEO Paul Hoffman.“Science and technology are the keys to the economic, social, and intellectual future of our country. With SciTech Scity, we are building a unique campus to foster science and tech entrepreneurship.”“Bank of America is proud to be a founding partner of SciTech Scity as it works to invent a better future, today,” added Chabria.“What the coronavirus has demonstrated is not only the importance of science and technology in our daily lives, but the need for more STEM talent to accelerate the pace of innovation with vision and purpose. SciTech Scity is creating that vision and purpose with a one-of-a-kind environment where science and technology leaders can thrive and achieve their full potential.”With this significant grant, Bank of America joins Ernest and Young – their founding sponsor – and Verizon as Founding Corporate Sponsors of SciTech Scity.Other anchor supporters include the city of Jersey City; Joseph D. and Millie E. Williams; LSC Board Co- Chair David Barry; and former Congressman Frank J. Guarini, who donated $10 million in December, LSC’s largest gift.The SciTech Scity campus will be named the Frank J. Guarini Innovation Campus and includes 12.5 acres donated by Jersey City, where the new construction will be, and the existing Liberty Science Center, home to the largest planetarium in the Western Hemisphere.SciTech Scity is a “City of Tomorrow” where companies and researchers test — and residents and visitors experience — new high-tech products and services before they come to market.The first phase of SciTech Scity, on a path to open in late 2022 or 2023, includes the following new construction projects:• Edge Works: A central location for innovation comprising two distinct hubs. The Works will have a fabrication lab, research and development spaces, offices, and co-working areas for start-ups and entrepreneurs. The Co-Creation Center will be a state-of-the-art conference center and tech exhibition gallery.• Scholars Village: Residential housing for innovators, scientists, entrepreneurs, STEM graduate students,and individuals and families who desire to be a part of the SciTech Scity community.• Public Commons: Five-acre outdoor park with activations that encourage exploration, creativity, collaboration, and innovation. An events plaza for concerts, farmers markets, art exhibitions, and food- truck festivals.Subsequent phases of SciTech Scity will include expanded incubation space, a science-focused public school, and other facilities to drive STEM innovation and job creation.The Jersey City Council approved a measure back in March 2017 transferring city owned land to the local redevelopment agency so that SciTech Scity could be built.Some residents spoke out against the project, arguing that the 12 or so acres of land was being severely undervalued, but many still spoke in favor of the development and the governing body ultimately still approved it.Hoffman said at the time that $78 million will come from philanthropists, with another $55 million coming from investors. Facebook Twitter Bayonne Bayonne last_img read more

Tony Winner Alice Ripley, Robin De Jesus & More to Rock Out in Twenty-Somethings at the Highline Ballroom

first_imgTony winner Alice Ripley (Next to Normal), Rebecca Faulkenberry (Spider-Man), Tony nominees Robin De Jesus (In the Heights) and Michael McElroy (Big River) and more stage stars are headlining Twenty-Somethings, an evening of new music featuring up-and-coming young songwriters. The concert will take place on August 12 at the Highline Ballroom in New York City. Star Files Rebecca Faulkenberry Featuring the music of composers Blake Pfeil, Zoe Sarnak (The Quad) and Drew Overcash (Boys Vs. Girls), the evening will also include performances by Richard H. Blake (Wicked), Krystal Joy Brown (Big Fish), Nick Cartell (Scandalous), Jason Gotay (Bring It On), Emma Hunton (Next to Normal), Corey Mach (Godspell), Taylor Noble (A Lasting Impression), Lauren Pritchard (Spring Awakening), Preston Sadlier (Next to Normal), Coleen Sexton (Jekyll & Hyde), Kacie Sheik (Hair) and New York-based a cappella group Blackout. View Comments Twenty-Somethings will feature Bobbie L. Crow on cello, Rick Ippolito on bass, Simon Kafta on guitar and Cody Rahn on percussion. Alice Ripleylast_img read more

Ravens do about-face with backup quarterback philosophy

first_img(Updated: 5:45 p.m.)Despite the annual cries from fans about former backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor, it wasn’t difficult to figure out the Ravens’ philosophy behind starter Joe Flacco over the last four seasons.That’s what made the decision to sign veteran Matt Schaub to a one-year deal reportedly worth up to $3 million (Pro Football Talk reports that he’ll receive $2 million in base money) somewhat surprising. It’s not as much an argument over whether Schaub is a better option than Taylor or 2014 sixth-round pick Keith Wenning, but the price is steep for a team with major holes to fill and just over $8 million in cap space before Tuesday’s signing.In going with Taylor, a sixth-round pick in the 2011 draft, the Ravens invested a total of $2.145 million over the last four seasons, which isn’t a fact to overlook for an organization that’s right up against the salary cap on an annual basis. General manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh likely knew they would be sunk if Taylor had needed to play extensively at any point over the last four years, but they were willing to gamble — while benefiting from using cap resources elsewhere — that they’d survive if the ever-durable Flacco had gotten hurt for only a game or two.They knew a season would have been lost anyway had Flacco suffered a long-term injury, a reality that doesn’t change with Schaub behind him.Now, they could pay the 2004 third-round pick more this year than the total amount given to Taylor over the last four seasons. It’s easy to argue that Schaub gives the Ravens a better chance to win in a short-term situation than Taylor or Wenning, but little about his play over the last two years suggests winning with the 33-year-old is a great bet, either.Flacco’s streak of never missing a start won’t last forever, but it’s not reason to change how you view the backup spot. And if he does get hurt and you’re unhappy with your backup, there’s usually a quarterback or two on the street or on another team’s practice squad who you might be able to sign like Houston did with Case Keenum last season.The last time the Ravens had this much experience at the backup quarterback spot was when they paid Marc Bulger $3.8 million for a 2010 season in which he didn’t take a snap, but that was also an uncapped year in the NFL. With Baltimore continuing to run Gary Kubiak’s version of the West Coast offense under new offensive coordinator Marc Trestman this season, Schaub will provide experience and insight in the classroom after spending seven years in Houston under Kubiak.But are those benefits of a veteran backup as critical for Flacco now as he enters his eighth NFL season?To maximize their salary cap, teams with franchise quarterbacks should be looking to find the cheapest possible backup who offers a decent chance to win if the starter goes down for a couple games. No team in today’s NFL is winning a Super Bowl with the backup needing to play extensively, so what’s the real return in paying a lot for a backup who ends up receiving a lot of action? Maybe an 8-8 season and a worse draft pick for the efforts.Schaub’s signing is a clear signal that the Ravens have little faith in Wenning, but the move still appears rash with 10 picks in this year’s draft, a number of other positional needs, and more than five months to go before the season starts.It’s easy to argue that the 12th-year veteran is a better option than Taylor or Wenning, but is the return really worth the steeper investment?The Ravens hope they won’t have to find out.last_img read more

Ronaldo and Kroos given permission to miss Madrid training

first_img It was the first session since Sunday’s 3-2 defeat to Sevilla at the Sanchez Pizjuan – the first loss of the Benitez era.  Meanwhile, Kiko Casilla, Keylor Navas, Gareth Bale and Marcelo all did work in the gym, rather than joining their team-mates on the training pitch.  EFE, Sport EN Also missing were the players called up for their countries for the international break which is now upon us.  CET Luka Modric, Casemiro and Nacho “took part in the first half of the session with the group.”  Madrid explained on their website: “Ronaldo and Kroos did not exercise with the team with the permission of the manager.”  09/11/2015 at 15:58 Ronaldo is in London for the premier of his new film. Cristiano Ronaldo and Toni Kroos were both absent from Real Madrid’s training session on Monday – although both had been granted permission by Rafa Benitez to sit it out.  Madrid have seven players on international duty: James Rodriguez, Raphael Varane, Pepe, Mateo Kovacic, Danilo, Isco and Nacho (who was called up after Monday’s session to take the injured Sergio Ramos’s place in Spain’s squad).last_img read more

Let the festivities begin

first_imgCHRISTMAS arrived early at Pakenham Marketplace on Saturday, with an eye-catching parade featuring roller skating elves, Ben and Holly’s Little…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img