University of Vermont,Sanjay Sharma, dean of the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University, has been appointed dean of the School of Business Administration at The University of Vermont, effective July 1, 2011.Dr Sharma comes to UVM with a unique background in both the private sector and academia including 16 years of senior management experience with international corporations and more than a decade of proven leadership within higher education. During his four-year tenure at Concordia, the sixth largest university in Canada with more than 45,000 students, JMSB established itself as one of the top business schools globally with its MBA program ranked among the top 100 in the world by The Economist and its EMBA program ranked amongst the top 100 by the Financial Times. He facilitated a strategic focus at JMSB on educating managers with excellence in traditional knowledge and an ability to manage for the future in a global, complex, multi-stakeholder and sustainable business environments. This focus was recognized by JMSB’s ranking as 34th in the world in the Beyond Gray Pinstripes Survey by the Aspen Institute in 2010 and the school’s inclusion amongst the top 300 business schools out of 13,100 globally by the Princeton Review. Sanjay enhanced the research profile of JMSB via external fundraising for research centers (including the David O’Brien Center for Sustainable Enterprise), several research chairs and professorships, and increased external research grants.‘We are extremely fortunate to have one of the most respected business school leaders in North America bring his expertise to the University of Vermont,’ said Jane E. Knodell, Provost and Senior Vice President. ‘Dr. Sharma’s rare combination of practical experience, extensive research and leadership skills within higher education was extremely compelling and should serve UVM’s School of Business well as it continues to establish itself as one of the top small business school programs in the northeast.’UVM President Daniel Mark Fogel also noted that, ‘Dr. Sharma’s scholarly record and leadership achievements will help us further strengthen our quality and reputation, not only in the School of Business Administration, but across the University as a whole. I could not be more pleased that he has agreed to help us fulfill our vision as one of the nation’s premier small research universities.’Prior to his arrival at JMSB, the largest English language business school in Canada with more than 8,500 students and 350 full time and part time faculty, Sharma held the prestigious Canada Research Chair in Organizational Sustainability and was professor of policy in the School of Business & Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University. He also conceived and served as the first director of the Certified Management Accountant’s Centre for Responsible Organizations, an interdisciplinary center focusing on research and practice in the areas of organizational sustainability, corporate social responsibility, ethics, environmental management, social issues, and corporate governance.A 2001-2002 Fulbright Scholar, Sharma has won several research grants and has expertise in corporate environmental strategy, corporate sustainability, competitive strategy, stakeholder engagement and organizational innovation. His research has been widely published in top management journals including Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Executive, Strategic Management Journal, and Journal of Marketing, among others. He has co-edited six books on corporate environmental management and sustainability.Sharma began his academic career as an associate professor and director of the Executive MBA Programs at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax where he improved the national ranking of the EMBA program in Canadian Business from a ranking of tenth to third-place. Sharma earned his Ph.D in management in 1996 from the University of Calgary and his MBA in 1976 from Panjab University, India, where he received the University Gold Medal. He completed his undergraduate work in 1974 at the University of Delhi.‘I welcome the opportunity to work with the leadership team at UVM and the BSAD faculty and staff to build on the strengths of the school and realize its potential as a globally recognized unique destination for excellence in management education and research,’ Sharma said. ‘I also look forward to actively engaging the BSAD alumni and the Vermont business community in achieving this mission, attracting new resources, and helping to strengthen the economic vitality of the state. I could not be more excited at the prospect of joining such a vibrant academic community, and I deeply appreciate the confidence that has been placed in me by the University. Be assured that I will do my utmost to ensure that this confidence is well placed.’Prior to his academic career, Sharma was a senior level manager at multiple international corporations. He served as managing director of Chanrai International Plc. UK (1986-1992); chief executive officer of Sanraj Group Ltd. in India (1981-1986); financial controller of Vardhman Spinning and General Mills Ltd. in India (1979-1981); and assistant manager (finance) of J.K. Synthetics Ltd. in India (1976-1979). ###
Jenkinson, 23, impressed whilst on loan at Upton Park last season and will now return to form part of Slaven Bilic’s squad. He featured in 32 of West Ham’s Premier League games and will again be looking to add more Premier League experience under his belt whilst away from the Emirates Stadium. West Ham have re-signed Arsenal full-back Carl Jenkinson on a season-long loan – with the England international also penning a new long-term deal with the Gunners. “I’m really happy to be back after last year,” Jenkinson told West Ham’s official website. “It was a good season for the club and a good season for myself.” Despite his successful stint with the Hammers last season, Jenkinson will now be working under a new boss in Bilic and knows he has to impress all over again. “To be honest I just wanted to come back here and I’m happy everything’s been sorted out. I’ve got another season here and I can’t wait,” he added. “I’m a young player and I haven’t had too many experiences of different clubs, but I loved every minute of it here. “Everything about it is fantastic – it’s a real family club, the lads are great and the fans are great, so it ticks all the boxes you want when you join a football club. “I’ve got to come in, show what I can do and prove myself to a new manager. That keeps you on your toes and I’ve got to go and do that in pre-season. I’m looking forward to it. Despite a temporary departure from Arsenal for the second successive year for Jenkinson, who joined the Gunners from Charlton in 2011, his new contract suggests he does have a future at the Emirates Stadium. “Carl Jenkinson has signed a new long-term contract with Arsenal and re-joined West Ham United on loan for the 2015/16 season,” a statement on the club’s website read. Press Association “Everyone at Arsenal would like to congratulate Carl on his new contract and wish him the best for the upcoming season with West Ham. The contract is subject to the completion of regulatory processes.” Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who is in Singapore with his squad ahead of their participation in the Barclays Asia Trophy, believes the deal will benefit all parties as his squad already boast a number of talented right-back options. “He has moved because he had the confidence of West Ham,” Wenger told Arsenal Player. “We have the emergence of Hector Bellerin, we have (Mathieu) Debuchy, we have (Calum) Chambers. We are a bit congested in an area where you do not find many right-backs all over the world. “He will continue his development with West Ham. I found that all are winners there – West Ham and Arsenal and Jenkinson.”
jaipur pink pantherspro kabaddi 2019Pro Kabaddi League 2019UP Yoddha First Published: August 19, 2019, 4:55 PM IST The Pro Kabaddi League 2019 Season 7 is now into its fifth week with teams fighting to reach the knockout of the league. The 50th match of the season will be played between UP Yodhha and Jaipur Pink Panthers. This will be the second match of Monday, August 19 and will commence at 8.30PM IST. All the matches of the fifth week will take place at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.With 12 teams in PKL Season 7, the league began on July 20, 2019. This is the seventh season of the famous kabaddi tournament. Pro Kabaddi League 2019 will conclude on October 19, 2019. The 12 teams who are part of PKL 2019 are Bengal Warriors, Bengaluru Bulls, Dabang Delhi KC, Gujarat Fortune Giants, Haryana Steelers, Jaipur Pink Panthers, Patna Pirates, Puneri Paltan, Tamil Thalaivas, Telugu Titans, U Mumba and UP Yoddha. After a power-packed match between U Mumba and Haryana Steelers, the second match of Monday, August 19 will be played between UP Yodhha and Jaipur Pink Panthers. The league leaders Jaipur Pink Panthers will be playing the first of their two matches in the Chennai leg. On the other hand, UP Yoddha, who have been suffering due to their poor performance so far, will be try to grab a win this time. What time will Pro Kabaddi League 2019 UP Yodhha vs Jaipur Pink Panthers start?The UP Yodhha vs Jaipur Pink Panthers clash will be the 50th match of Pro Kabaddi League 2019 season 7. The match is scheduled to begin at 8.30PM IST at Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The match will take place on August 19, 2019. Where to watch Pro Kabaddi League 2019 UP Yodhha vs Jaipur Pink Panthers on TV?The UP Yodhha vs Jaipur Pink Panthers clash of the Pro Kabaddi League 2019 can be watched on television on sports channel Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 1 HD.Where to watch Pro Kabaddi League 2019 UP Yodhha vs Jaipur Pink Panthers match on live streaming?The live streaming of UP Yodhha vs Jaipur Pink Panthers, Pro Kabaddi League 2019 will be available on Hotstar. Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time.