TECS 9 Hunting Boot Mens Boot Camouflage 1Dcp8dhRJG

TECS 9 Hunting Boot Mens Boot Camouflage 1Dcp8dhRJG
  • Leather Upper
  • Just go, this hunting boot features everything you need through all different terrain
  • Full-grain leather upper with Real Tree™ camo
  • Shaft height approx. 9"
  • Waterproof membrane
  • LIghtly cushioned footbed
my CalPoly login
Dolce Vita Womens morey Fashion Boot Midnight Suede wLkmwJBrtl
Easton Stealth C50 Unisex Navy/Red/White HNk0Z

Office of University Diversity and Inclusion

adidas Mens CF executor Mid Scarlet/Core Black/White 65 M US Core Black/Core Black/Carbon ZZvSRpK1

© 2016 - 2018 careers.insidehighered.com, all rights reserved. Powered by Madgex Job Board Platform

Use another account
Use another account

Your account has been deactivated.

Account Reactivation Failed

Sorry, we could not verify that email address.

Your account has been reactivated.

Sign in

You must verify your email address before signing in. Check your email for your verification email, or enter your email address in the form below to resend the email.

{* backButton *}

Please confirm the information below before signing in. Already have an account? Sign In.

{* backButton *}

We have sent a confirmation email to {* emailAddressData *}. Please check your email and click on the link to verify your email address.

{* backButton *}

We've sent an email with instructions to create a new password. Your existing password has not been changed.


This email address was registered with a social account. We've sent an email with instructions to create a new password, which can be used in addition to your linked social providers.

{| rendered_current_photo |}
{| current_displayName |} {| current_emailAddress |}

{| foundExistingAccountText |} {| current_emailAddress |} .

{| moreInfoHoverText |} {| existing_displayName |} - {| existing_provider |} : {| existing_siteName |} {| existing_createdDate |}
{| existing_displayName |} {| existing_provider_emailAddress |}
Created {| existing_createdDate |} at {| existing_siteName |}
{| connect_button |} {| create_button |}
{* backButton *}

Sorry, we could not verify that email address. Enter your email below, and we'll send you another email.

Check your email for a link to verify your email address.

Sign in

Thank you for verifiying your email address.

Sign in
{* poweredByJanrain *}

We have found an existing account for the email address.

Please 2 Lips Too Womens Too Loaded Fashion Boot Taupe hGkXSj6M
to update your newsletter preferences.

Forgot your password?
{* poweredByJanrain *}
{* poweredByJanrain *}
Your email preferences have been saved.

Your password has been successfully updated.

Skip to main content
Kaiser Permanente STP presented by Alaska Airlines

I-5 Northbound full closure friday 7/13 11 p.m.to monday 7/16 4 a.m.

Alternate route from the south to uw start line/bike corralis I-405n to I-90w or sr-520w. From there you can access i-5 n to the 45th St exit. Left on montlake blvd. right on mary gates dr to enter the e-1 parking lot on the north end.

montlake blvd is stop and go due to rider traffic after 4:45 a.m. if you are arriving after the official start please use 45th st through the uw.

Coming from out of town? Our presenting sponsor, Alaska Airlines, is AmoonyFashion Womens LowHeels Frosted Low top Solid Pullon Boots Rosered WgkqvA

Saturday, July 14- Sunday, July 15, 2018

This 200+mile bicycle ride is the largest multi-day bicycle event in the Northwest, with up to 10,000 participants riding from Seattle to Portland in one or two days. The route takes you through the scenic valleys, forests, and farmlands of western Washington and Oregon. Come ride what Bicycling Magazine has listed as one of the best cycling events in the nation!

Participants can choose to ride the event in one day or two! The midway point of the 203 mile course is Centralia/Chehalis, and Centralia College hosts the "official midpoint" and largest free camping location (Chehalis Recreation park is the second largest).However, two-day riders can stay as far away as Kelso, WA (150 miles on day one) and a whole lot of greatpoints in between.STP day one is choose your own adventure based on how far you want to rideand local community groups and non profits provide housing, meals, and a whole lot of fun no matter where you choose to stay.See the lodging page for details.There are not many hotels on course, and the veteran riders often sell them out prior to the event even opening.We do not advertise these places, as we always encourage folks to give back to the communities through which we ride and providing food, accommodation, and services is a major fundraiser for communities along the route.

The STP is a major economic boost to the area, and in addition to a lot of fundraising along the route, your registration fee not only supports Cascade Bicycle Club in its mission to improve lives through bicycling, but also contributes approximately$100,000 every year to schools, non-profits, and other community groups who provide direct services to our free food stops and at our Finish Line.


Fun Facts:

2018 Ride Guide

Click to view or download a PDF fo the 2018 Ride Guide.

Who does your registration fee support?

The Kaiser Permanente Seattle to Portland presented by Alaska Airlines is a joint fundraiser for Cascade Bicycle Club and WA Bikes – profits are shared equally. Your STP ride registration makes Washington a better place for people riding bikes:

Our events are made possible with support from the local communities through which we ride. In addition to supporting Cascade’s programs, your registration fee helps Cascade give back to these communities and the organizations that thrive there. We’re grateful for all their continued support.

Thanks to our Title Sponsor

We’re excited to announce Kaiser Permanenteas the title sponsor of the 39th Annual Kaiser Permanente Seattle to Portland presented by Alaska Airlines! We’re thrilled and grateful to have Kaiser Permanente’s support on the road to Portland.

Thanks to our Presenting Sponsor

We’re excited to welcome back Alaska Airlines for their fourth year as presenting sponsor of this year’s event. Alaska invites you to start exploring at 30,000 feet. Your journey becomes part of the adventure as you stream entertainment directly to your device, enjoy food offerings from the Pacific Northwest, and relax in their custom, leather, power-equipped seats. Their award-winning service and in-flight experience are designed to exceed your travel expectations.

better and safer bicycle infrastructure

Behaviorism and Mental Health

An alternative perspective on psychiatry's so-called mental disorders | PHILIP HICKEY, PH.D.

By Phil Hickey | alice olivia Dametrie Womens Heels Blk Iw3P0x

Arche DRICK Drick Black uwbgn4q
Share List

On November 27, 2014, the Division of Clinical Psychology of the British Psychological Society published a paper titled Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia . The paper was edited by Anne Cooke, of Canterbury Christ Church University. It challenges the psychiatric medical model that dominates mental health practice in Britain and throughout the world, and offers an alternative perspective on psychosis and on the condition known as schizophrenia.

On December 15, Psychology Today published a pro/con article on the BPS’s paper. Allen Frances, chair of the DSM-IV Task Force, critiqued the paper, while Anne Cooke presented the pro side. Anne’s opening paragraphs were:

“Our report has two main aims. Firstly, it is intended as a resource for people who have the experiences we think of as psychosis, and for their families. Secondly, we hope it will lead to significant change not only in mental health services, but also in wider society.

Our dream is that our report will contribute to a sea change in attitudes so that rather than facing prejudice, fear and discrimination, people who have these experiences will find those around them accepting, open-minded and willing to help.”

The pro-con piece generated a Womens Mesh LaceUp Quick Drying Aqua Water Shoe Purple Orange vPSLGf7OW
, including the following from DJ Jaffe, founder and executive director of Mental Illness Policy Org:

“Anne Cook starts her piece by explaining why the report should be ignored. It was not science being served, it was a predetermined policy objective:

‘Our report has ….main aims. …(W)e hope it will lead to significant change not only in mental health services, but also in wider society. Our dream is that our report will contribute to a sea change in attitudes so that rather than facing prejudice, fear and discrimination, people who have these experiences will find those around them accepting, open-minded and willing to help.’

That explains it’s problem. Like much ‘research’ it had a political objective. Rather than find the truth and let policy fall where it may, the author’s started with a policy and then fashioned a report to support it. Reports like this make it difficult to improve care for the most seriously ill.”

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

The accusation of adapting one’s science to one’s pre-conceived ideas is a serious one, and it is an easy error for any of us to fall into. So it is right and proper that we examine Mr. Jaffe’s charge on its merits.

There were a fair few pleas for special treatment for blockchains in the last few months before the GDPR kicked in — arguing that this business innovation was so very important, and had such huge potential, that the EU should definitely consider workarounds for them personally.

But there’s no way the legislators were going to give a hoot at that late stage.

I can understand businesses not quite getting around to starting the hard work until the last moment — but how did blockchain people miss an existential threat like this for two years? Did they think the EU wasn’t serious?

The GDPR is antimatter to a lot of blockchain use cases — specifically, the ones that first assume a complete surveillance panopticon.

IBM has a few of these. Their pitch is “self-sovereign identity.” IBM really, really want to sell this to you. And Pal thinks the GDPR makes this impossible.

But — what does a blockchain get you that you don’t get with a perfectly ordinary database, like IBM has sold for manner of administration of people’s personal data for a century or more?

Any data aggregation containing personal data — an even wider category than Cole Haan Mens Gunnison II SlipOn Loafer Gray Pinstripe Nubuck pVLLVsu7X
(PII) — must be redactable.

A permissioned blockchain offers no new integrity guarantees over just putting a plain data dump in a tamper-evident Merkle tree. Whoever controls the permissions, controls the database — and has GDPR responsibility. You’re just making it ridiculously harder to perform legally-obliged redaction.

No business wants the phrase “Cambridge Analytica, but on the blockchain” next to their name.

Personal data in a proof-of-work blockchain — that’d be flat-out insane. If you knowingly and deliberately put personal data into a blockchain that you literally don’t control, your next question will be whether 20m EUR or 4% of your global turnover is greater than the cost of running a 51% attack.

Of course, some people — such as the UN’s World Food Programme! — still think doing that is a great idea.

Dealing with the GDPR is not onerous — unless your business model is to abuse people’s personal information … or you were silly enough to put personal data into an append-only ledger.

There’s no GDPR police looking to catch you out. Certainly for the next few years — until everyone gets a handle on best practices — you’ll get points for sincere effort.

But, just to restate the obvious — DON’T PUT PERSONAL DATA INTO AN APPEND-ONLY LEDGER.

You wouldn’t check personal data into a Git repository and expect redaction to be easy — have you ever had to remove a binary blob from a Git repo? Tedious, wasn’t it?— so don’t even think of doing it with a blockchain.

Anyone trying to sell you a blockchain for personal data is a charlatan, and thoroughly deserves to have their business model broken.

© 2018 URBAN LAND INSTITUTE. All rights reserved.