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Diversity is defined as the condition of having or being composed of differing elements or qualities. And diversity is something the field of cybersecurity sorely needs. As with any industry, cybersecurity benefits from having a wide variety of people from which to gather as many innovative and creative perspectives as possible. Angela Rittenbach, founder of CyberReach, saw the need for diversity and has been working towards having a more diverse industry outlook for the future.

Bridging the Gap
Angela’s original focus was mainly in cloud management and server support. She now spends her time and efforts on outreach, awareness, and education about the cybersecurity field. CyberReach uses a 6-step plan (shown in the graphic to the right) in order to further awareness that includes educating today’s youth in order to impact tomorrow’s cybersecurity workforce.

That workforce is 89% male, the majority of whom are white. But the lack of diversity isn’t due to some institutional bias towards white men. The main reason for the lack of diversity is a lack of awareness and education about the industry. That’s why Angela decided to reach out to middle schools and high schools: to fill this gap in information. CyberReach promotes and educates school children on cybersecurity both as an occupation and as a skillset that can help advance your career in many other fields.

Angela’s Vision for Cyber Reach
Angela’s efforts are invaluable to the cybersecurity community. With more diversity comes different backgrounds, perspectives, and ideas that could help make unprecedented breakthroughs in the field. Here at Mission Multiplier, we are exceedingly grateful for organizations like CyberReach because they not only help promote cybersecurity, they also help make sure we have the most outstanding, qualified individuals for the jobs at hand.

Since their launch in October of 2017, CyberReach has already made so much progress in education and promotion. They have also done a fantastic job of organizing networking events, establishing training programs and study groups, and partnering with universities, agencies, and industries to support diversity programs in order to retain and advance resources. Based on their track record thus far, we have no doubt that CyberReach will continue to grow and make positive impacts on both our community and the cybersecurity field.

Helping Extend the Reach
Mission Multiplier is very eager to continue to support CyberReach to work towards a more diverse workforce. There are ways you can become involved too, as either a business or an individual. First, you can learn more about CyberReach and their specific outlook for the organization by attending the National Cyber Summit on June 5th at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville. You can also find out more about CyberReach and become a member of the CyberReach Founding Membership Campaign on their website.

We have been blown away by the strides Angela and her organization have already been able to make, and we look forward to continuing to guide and assist CyberReach in any way we can.

 

CARLA CHRISTINE KARLSON | NPI:1083049894 | National Provider Identifier Registry | Medical Coding Library

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Huntsville InfraGard® | InfraGard Huntsville Members Alliance

The Houston and Galveston Texas area is experiencing the worst natural disaster in America’s history, as they battle Hurricane Harvey. Thousands have lost everything, and millions will be recovering from this disaster not for weeks or months, but for years.

Protecting our critical infrastructure and supporting the FBI mission is the foundation of InfraGard and the FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association. Together, as one family, we can help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

The FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association and the InfraGard Members Alliance family are teaming to bring some relief to our brothers and sisters in the affected area by setting up pathways for goods and monetary donations.

Our organizations are teaming with the City of Birmingham, Alabama to collect and deliver non-perishable goods like canned foods, canned dog and cat food, cleaning supplies, toiletries, and baby and adult diapers. Our goal is to fill two 53’ trucks starting today through Sunday, September 3 from 7am – 6pm. (shipments accepted from online retailers)

Donation Drop Off:
The Boutwell Auditorium
1930 Abraham Woods Boulevard,
Birmingham, Alabama, 35206

Bank Information:
Any Cadence Bank location or
FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association of Birmingham Alabama
PO Box 11815
Birmingham AL 35202
For electronic transfers please contact Andrew Smith
Andrew. [email protected]

PayPal:
http://www.fbicaaa-bham.org/Houston-Hurricane-Relief

Designate all donations for Houston Relief Fund. Tax-deductible donations can be check, ACH, wire transfer, money order, or other electronic or paper donation. Cash is discouraged. Checks should be made out to the FBI Birmingham Citizens Alumni Association, in the memo line indicate “Houston Relief Fund.” The Salvation Army will receive 100% of the monetary donations.

Thank you,
Christine Karlson,
President
InfraGard
Huntsville
Members Alliance

Patrick Burch,
President
InfraGard
Birmingham
Members Alliance

Jonathan Kirby,
President
FBI Birmingham
Citizens Academy
Alumni Association

Andrew Smith,
National Director
FBI National
Citizens Academy
Alumni Association

Ex-Lode man who killed son for insurance money convicted of doing same to wife – News – recordnet.

com

His wife died in a house fire. His son was crushed under a truck. A jury finds it was all part of the plan. There were so many disastrous coincidences in the life of Karl Karlsen that even his second wife thought it sounded unbelievable.

There were so many disastrous coincidences in the life of Karl Karlsen that even his second wife thought it sounded unbelievable.

The first happened on New Year’s Day in 1991, in his home, a former gold miner’s shack in the foothills of Murphys. That day his first wife, 30-year-old Christina Karlsen, died in a fire while trapped in a bathroom behind a boarded-up window.

The fire itself was the result of a series of incredible coincidental accidents, Karlsen would soon tell investigators. The bathroom window was boarded up because Christina had accidentally broken it three days earlier, Karlsen told them, according to a report in the Syracuse Post-Standard. A jug of kerosene was in the hallway outside the bathroom, put there accidentally by Christina, who thought it was a jug of water, he claimed. The jug had been accidentally spilled onto the hallway carpet by a cat and dog, he told investigators.

And Karlsen had accidentally placed a defective electric light too close to the kerosene-soaked carpet, igniting the blaze.

Firefighters ruled the fire accidental.

Karlsen collected $200,000 in life insurance that he had taken out on Christina just 20 days before her death, according to a court document. He then moved to New York.

“The way he explained it made perfect sense to me,” his second wife, Cindy Best, said of Christina’s death, speaking to the Post-Standard years later. “Karl had an answer for everything.”

In late 2008, nearly 18 years after the fire, Karlsen’s 23-year-old son, Levi, died in yet another alleged freak accident, on the same day Levi signed a will that left his entire estate to Karlsen. He had crushed his son beneath a pickup, leaving him to die under its weight, and then collected $707,000 from Levi’s life insurance, according to court filings by Seneca County, New York, prosecutors.

Now Best had to ask the question: Could this really have been another coincidence?

Best brought her concerns to police, saying she feared Levi’s death was not just another accident. Police began an investigation — and in 2013, that investigation led to Karlsen pleading guilty to second-degree murder in Levi’s 2008 death.

It also led California authorities to take a second look at the 1991 death of Christina Karlsen.

And last week, a California jury returned a verdict: That wasn’t an accident either.

Nearly three decades after the fatal fire, the Calaveras County jury convicted Karlsen of first-degree murder by arson in Christina’s death, finding Monday that he killed her “for financial gain” before moving to New York and killing his son by concocting a similar scheme. Karlsen is set to be sentenced on March 17, according to the Calaveras Enterprise.

Karlsen’s daughter, Erin DeRoche, 36, told the jury last month that she visited her father in jail as he awaited trial in Levi’s death, the Union Democrat reported. She told him she had made up her mind about what he had done.

“I told him I knew he killed my mother and brother,” she testified, according to the Union Democrat. “He grinned like a Cheshire cat and said, ‘It’s been 20 years. They haven’t caught me yet, they’re not going to.’ ”

Karlsen’s defense attorney, Richard Esquivel, told The Washington Post that he planned to appeal.

“This prosecution was a knee-jerk reaction to the death of Mr. Karlsen’s son in New York,” Esquivel said. “Aside from his death, there was no new evidence the DA’s Office could point to to justify Mr. Karlsen’s prosecution. They relied on the same evidence they were shown and rejected 29 years ago.”

In 1991, Karlsen moved the kids to Varick, New York, his hometown, within a few days after Christina’s death, before she had even been buried. Investigators in California found the amount of coincidences that led to the fatal fire to be “incredible,” as one told the Post-Standard in 2012, but once Karlsen left town the investigation ended.

Settling down in Varick, Karlsen married Cindy in 1993, had another child with her and lived quietly on a farm — until the second freak incident in 2008.

That November, Karlsen went with Levi to take out a $700,000 life insurance police on Levi’s life, naming himself as the sole beneficiary. A little over two weeks later, the father and son also went to a notary public so that Levi could sign a handwritten will, giving his father his entire estate, according to Seneca County court documents.

Karlsen then asked Levi if he wouldn’t mind doing some work on a farm truck back at the house. Levi agreed.

Just hours later Levi, a father of two, lay on his back underneath the truck, which was propped up on a wobbly jack. The front wheels had been removed, and there were no safety blocks supporting the vehicle in the event that the jack broke and the truck fell.

Knowing this, Karlsen hopped into the truck’s front cab — causing the front-end of the truck to collapse onto his son’s body, according to Karlsen’s own admission in plea documents. As Levi writhed in agony, Karlsen turned up the volume on the radio, masking his son’s screams.

And then he left.

He went to a funeral with Best and returned four hours later. He feigned shock at discovering his dead son underneath the truck, frantically calling for Best to dial 911, according to court documents.

On the way to the hospital, Karlsen’s sister-in-law, Jackie Karlsen, remembered, “He said he couldn’t believe how one person could have so much bad luck in his life,” she said during testimony, the Union Democrat reported.

Best told the Post-Standard that she started having panic attacks in the years after Levi’s death. The coincidences started getting to her. She eventually decided to hire a private detective to investigate how Karlsen was spending the $700,000 in life insurance.

She learned he had invested some of it into a life insurance policy on her own life — and that, again, he named himself as the sole beneficiary, according to Seneca County court documents.

“I found out it was actually a life policy on me, and I would be worth $1.2 million dead to Karl,” she testified in a court hearing, the Post-Standard reported in 2013.

Fearing Karlsen might be planning to kill her, she took her their son, Alexander, and fled to Kentucky to live with a cousin. She alerted police, prosecutors wrote, and started recording their conversations. Over lunch in November 2012, Best, by then estranged from Karlsen, demanded that he tell her the truth about how Levi died.

He ultimately confessed — and was soon charged with depraved-indifference murder in the second degree.

Karlsen would later plead guilty on the same day his trial was scheduled to begin in 2013, but insisted on his innocence up until that moment. In a jailhouse interview with the Post-Standard as he awaited trial, Karlsen blamed his arrest on a vindictive wife, saying how unusual it was that she came forward to the police in the middle of their divorce.

“What a coincidence, don’t you think?” he said.

Karlsen is set to be sentenced on March 17, reported the Calaveras Enterprise.

Cytotoxic fungi—an overview – ScienceDirect

Abstract

Among fungal toxins causing organ damage in the human body, amatoxins and orellanine remain exceptional. Amatoxins, a group of bicyclic octapeptides occurring in some Amanita, Galerina and Lepiota species, induce deficient protein synthesis resulting in cell death, but might also exert toxicity through inducing apoptosis. Target organs are intestinal mucosa, liver and kidneys. Poisoning will result in dehydration and electrolyte derangement, liver necrosis and possibly kidney damage. In established poisoning the mainstay of treatment is optimum symptomatic and supportive care. No specific treatment is available, but some pharmaceuticals, like silibinin, benzylpenicillin and acetylcysteine, might have a role in limiting the extent of hepatic damage. Orellanine is a nephrotoxic bipyridine N-oxide found in some Cortinarius species. Its mechanism of action is not fully understood, but it has been shown to inhibit protein synthesis and to generate free oxygen radicals. As early symptoms often are lacking or vague, poisoning may initially be overlooked or misinterpreted and the patients usually present with established renal damage. Supportive care is the only therapeutic option. Tricholoma equestre might contain a myotoxin and repeated ingestion may cause significant rhabdomyolysis. Ingestion of Amanita smithiana and A. proxima has been reported to result in kidney damage. Gyromitrin, a toxic compound that is converted to hydrazines in the stomach, occurs in some Gyromitra species. It is mainly neurotoxic, but may also induce moderate hepatic damage and haemolysis.

Keywords

Mushroom poisoning

Amanita

Cortinarius

Gyromitra

Tricholoma

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Association of Professional Futurists – Student Recognition Program

 

APF STUDENT RECOGNITION PROGRAM

 

STUDENT RECOGNITION AWARD WINNERS: 2020 AWARDS

 


PHD AWARDS
1st – Laura Pouru – University of Turku

2nd
– Nina Nygren – University of Turku

3rd
– Elissa Farrow- University of the Sunshine Coast

MASTERS INDIVIDUAL AWARDS
1st – Andrew Hladkyj– OCAD University

2nd – Samantha Matters– OCAD University

3rd – Miranda Mantey– University of Houston

MASTERS GROUP AWARDS
1st – Quinn Davidson, Chantal Frenette, Robin Fribance, Emily Krause, Steph Rebello– OCAD
University

2nd
– Hannah Kim, Tim Murphy, Tom Rau, Jonathan Torres– University of Houston

3rd
– Reanna Browne & Ana Tiqua – University of Turku

MASTERS ALTERNATIVE MEDIA AWARDS 
1st – Betty Xie & Experiential Futures Class 2019 – OCAD
2nd – Andrew Walls, Caro Kingston, Karli Ferriolo, Moyee Roychoudhury – OCAD

UNDERGRADUATE GROUP AWARDS
1st – Deyanira Martinez, Eva Guerra, Paoloa Villa – Monterrey Tech

Special thanks go to Charles Brass for organising the judging and to all our wonderful judges namely: Sam Miller, Zan Chandler, Paul Tero, Jim Burke, Kay E. Strong, Terry Grim, Jim Breaux, Verne Wheelwright, Sabine Lehmann, Josh Calder, and Chad Harms


PAST STUDENT RECOGNITION AWARD WINNERS

 

2019 AWARDS

 

PHD AWARDS
1st (tie) – Sanna Ahvenharju & Matti Minkkinen – University of Turku
2nd – Maryyam Mirzaei – University of Tehran
3rd – Maureen Rhemann – University of the Sunshine Coast

MASTERS INDIVIDUAL AWARDS
1st – Hannah Kim – University of Houston
2nd – Rachelle Bugeaud – OCAD
3rd – Martyn Richards – University of Turku

MASTERS GROUP AWARDS
1st – Lindsay Clarke, Jessica Thornton, Ayana Webb – OCAD
2nd – Kate Gaffigan, Lucy Gao, Maryam Mohamedali, Ali Shamaee – OCAD
3rd – Jenny Hwang, Nicole Norris, Tamara Daniel, Lisa Hart, Christine
Martin – OCAD

MASTERS ALTERNATIVE MEDIA AWARDS 
1st – Nadia Abuseif, Neil Botelho, Silva Nercessian, Jamie Rivera, Bo Louie Sui – OCAD

UNDERGRADUATE GROUP AWARDS
1st – John Collins, Jordan Craig, Patrick Donovan, Brennan Lee, Michael Mancini – Notre Dame
2nd – Allison De La O, Christina Karlson, Emily Kreitman, Jared Pino, Alexandra Russo – Notre Dame

Special thanks go to Charles Brass for organising the judging and to all our wonderful judges namely: Sabine Lehmann, Paul Tero, Zan Chandler, Verne Wheelwright, Jim Burke, Chad Harms, Liz Alexander, Jim Breaux, Josh Calder, Terry Grim, Tricia
Lustig, Kay Strong


 

2018 AWARDS

PHD AWARDS
1ST PLACE
Seyedeh Akhgar Kaboli , Finland Futures Research Centre

2ND PLACE
Vikram Munigala, Aalto University School of Engineering

3RD PLACE
Nina A. Nygrén, Finland Futures Research Centre

HONORABLE MENTION
Juho Ruotsalainen, Finland Futures Research Centre

ALTERNATIVE FORMAT AWARDS
1ST PLACE
Aditya O., Dave J.,Sun J., Austin L. University of California Berkeley

2ND PLACE
Dikla Sinai, OCAD

3RD PLACE
Rachel Noonan, OCAD

GRADUATE GROUP AWARD
1ST PLACE
Merwad Abdallah, Alana Boltwood, Kate Kudelka, Ashley Spiegel , OCAD

GRADUATE INDIVIDUAL AWARDS
1ST PLACE
Bes Pittman Baldwin, University of Houston

2ND PLACE
Adrienne Pacini, OCAD

3RD PLACE
Anne Ventelä, Turku School of Economics

HONORABLE MENTIONS
Aleksej Nareiko – Turku School of Economics

Isabel Bottoms – Turku School of Economics

UNDERGRADUATE GROUP AWARDS
1ST PLACE
Paulina Rosales Garrido, Alejandra Treviño Lozano Alejandro Lomelí Viramontes, Monterrey Institute of Technology

2ND PLACE
Dylan Jaskowski, Kaitlyn Schloz, Kathryn McCarthy, Kathryn Renz, and Lauren Weldon, Notre Dame

3RD PLACE
Camilla Saravia Bazoberry, Edwina King, Victoria Saravia Bazoberry, Notre Dame

Special Thanks to our Judges:

Liz Alexander, Tim Balko, Barbara Bok, Jim Burke, Zan Chandler, Shermon Cruz, Chad Harms, Robin Jourdan, Kelly Kornet, Jim Lee, Tricia Lustig, Oliver Markley, Sam Miller, Paul Tero, Verne Wheelwright, Leon Young, and thanks to our judging organizer,
Charles Brass.


2017 AWARDS
The judges are: Sam Miller, Jim Burke, Zan Chandler, Kay E. Strong, Kelly Kornet, Josh Calder, Terry Grim, Liz Alexander, Chad Harms, Victor Vahidi Motti, Paul Tero, Tricia Lustig, Verne Wheelwright. The winners are
below.

The committee is led by chair Peter Hayward and chief judge Charles Brass.

PHD STUDENT
1ST PLACE
TRUST MAKES THIS ORGANISATION UNIQUE. LOOKING AT THE FUTURE OF WORK THROUGH TWO HUMAN-CENTRIC ORGANISATIONS
Sofi Kurki
Finland Futures Research Centre

2ND PLACE
ACTVOD-FUTURES WORKSHOP – A GENERIC STRUCTURE FOR A ONE-DAY
Futures Workshop
Ville Lauttamäki
Finland Futures Research Centre

3RD PLACE
MAPPING OUTCOMES OF FOUR QUEENSLAND CITY FUTURES INITIATIVES
Colin Russo
University Of The Sunshine Coast

ALTERNATE MEDIA GRADUATE INDIVIDUALS
1ST PLACE
3D CLOTH PRINTING
Kata Burján Flóra Gölöncsér
Corvinus University of Budapest

2ND PLACE
CAN ASSIST US
Cat Bluemke et al
School of the Art Institute of Chicago

GRADUATE INDIVIDUALS
1ST PLACE
AREPAS, FUFU, AND GADO GADO: HOW FUTURE IMMIGRATION MIGHT IMPACT CANADA’S CULINARY LANDSCAPE
Janice De Jong
OCAD University

2ND PLACE
THE FUTURE OF QUANTIFIED SELF – PERSONAL SENSORS AND ANALYTICS
Tim Morgan
University Of Houston

3RD PLACE
FROM LIBERATOR OF WOMEN TO MORAL ATROCITY – ETHICAL EVALUATION OF ECTOGENESIS
Henna Heinäjärvi
Finland Futures Research Centre

GRADUATE HONORABLE MENTIONS
THE FUTURE OF POVERTY IN BURKINA FASO
Kimberly Daniels
University Of Houston

THE FUTURE OF OUTDOOR RECREATION
Bo Roe
University Of Houston

THE WALLED GARDENS OF HEALTHCARE
Smriti Shakdher
OCAD University

GRADUATE TEAMS
1ST PLACE
FUTURES OF GAMING IN EDUCATION
Vincent Galante, Michael Keoshkerian, Sanam Samanian, Leah Zaidi
OCAD University

2ND PLACE
FUTURE OF MUSIC DOSSIER
Calla Lee, Courtney Cooper, Nenad Rava, Ziyan Hossain
OCAD University

3RD PLACE
FUTURE OF FOOD
Ryan Murphy, Anna Colagrossi, Robyn Mccallum, David Fascinato, Natale
Dankotuwage

OCAD University

UNDERGRADUATE TEAMS
1ST PLACE
E-WASTE IN THE URBAN TRIANGLE
James Reilly, Emily Campagna, Robert Giambone, Zachary Dodd, Julie Nguyen
University of Notre Dame

2ND PLACE
MUMBAI URBAN TRANSPORTATION
Molly Cobb, Cameron Engel, Paul Koshipatt, David Shank, Brian Veenstra
University of Notre Dame

3RD PLACE
WATER IN APPALACHIA: CLEANING UP COAL’S MESS
Anna Burbank, Analisa Fontana, Kacey Hengesbach, Marc Parzianello,
Zoe Romanoski
University of Notre Dame

2016 AWARDS
The judges are: Kaye Strong, Victor Vahidi Motti, Tricia Lustig, Terry Grim, Wendy Schultz, Verne Wheelwright, Natalie Ambrose, Jim Burke, Judith Leavitt, Barbara Bok, Emily Empel, Zan Chandler, Tim Balko, and Josh Calder.

The committee is led by chair Peter Hayward and chief judge Charles Brass.

GRADUATE INDIVIDUALS
1ST PLACE
FASHION FOR A FINITE PLANET
Laura Dempsey
Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD)

2ND PLACE
FUTURE CITIES
Tanja Schindler
Swinburne University

CAUSING AN EFFECT
Kelly Kornet
OCAD

3RD PLACE
FORESIGHT FOR EVERY KID
Amy Satterthwaite
OCAD

PHD STUDENT
1ST PLACE
EXPLORATION OF EXTERNAL INDICATORS OF SOCIAL CHANGE IN POSTMODERN COMMUNITIES
Marta Botta
University of the Sunshine Coast

GRADUATE TEAMS
1ST PLACE
FUTURES OF ADOPTION
Smriti Shakder, Dione Scott, Mithula Naik & Octavio Juarez
OCAD

2ND PLACE
FUTURE OF SOCIAL SERVICE DESIGN AND DELIVERY
Kevin Morris, Amy Stevens, Lisette Useche, Sanaz Vazirian
OCAD

3RD PLACE
THE UBERISATION OF AMERICAN PUBLIC HOUSING
Alida Draudt, Lety Murray, Julia Rose West
California College of Arts

UNDERGRADUATE TEAMS

1ST PLACE
AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
Katie Cox, Cavan Finigan, William Kelly, Patrick Miller , Allison Stankowicz
University of Notre Dame

2ND PLACE
UNMANNED RELIEF, THE USE OF DRONES
Monica Busse, Kelly Kaes, Luc Joseph, Kevin Giallornardo, Christina Fernandez
University of Notre Dame

3RD PLACE
THE FUTURE OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Sam Baker, Eugene Greggo, Andy Hitch, Garrett Schmelling, Samantha Squeri
University of Notre Dame

THE FUTURE OF REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
Greg Yoo, Amanda Harbrecht, James Burke, Nate Alexander, Ana C. Gonzalez
University of Notre Dame


2015 AWARDS
The judges are: Ken Harris, Kaye Strong, Victor Vahidi Motti, Tricia Lustig, Terry Grim, Wendy Schultz, Verne Wheelwright, Natalie Ambrose, J. Burke, Judith Leavitt, B. Bok, Emily Empel, Zan Chandler, Tim Balko, and
Josh Calder.

The committee is led by chair Jim Breaux and chief judge Charles Brass.

GRADUATE INDIVIDUALS
1ST PLACE
THE FUTURE OF INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY IN SPACE
Justin Kugler
University of Houston

2ND PLACE
ALTERNATIVE CURRENCIES – THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL TRANSACTIONS
Adam Cowart
University of Houston

3RD PLACE
THE FUTURE OF NEWS MEDIA
Omar Sahi
University of Houston

GRADUATE TEAMS
1ST PLACE
FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY
Chris Connolly, Laura Dempsey, Ron Memmel, Amy Sattwerwaite, Jill Sharrock
OCAD

PHD STUDENT
1ST PLACE
ALTERNATIVE IMAGES OF CHINA 2035
Jeanne Hoffman
Macquarie University in Sydney

UNDERGRADUATE TEAMS
1ST PLACE
THE FUTURE OF E SPORTS
Luke Berning, Pablo Dumas, Quinn Fredrickson, Eric Gebeke, Matt Tulig
University of Houston

2ND PLACE
PUBLIC TRANSPORT MONTERREY 2040
Alba Roca Pena Parra, Diana Jocelyn Naverette Seefoo, Olga Gabriela Suarez Sierra, Alfonso Sanchez Amaro
Monterrey Institute of Technology

ALTERNATIVE FORMAT
1ST PLACE
THE NEXT FAMILIAR
Karen Maxwell, Shannah Segal
OCAD

2ND PLACE
OUTLOOK FOR THE PRIVATE SPACE INDUSTRY
Michale Vitek, Justin Vogt, Christine Lewis, DJ Boyce, Sarah Connors
Notre Dame


2014 AWARDS
The judges are: Ken Harris, Kaye Strong, Terry Grim, Verne Wheelwright, Wendy Schultz, Vahid Motlagh, Barbara Bok, Jim Burke, Natalie Ambrose, Judy Leavitt, Josh Calder, Emily Empel, Timothy Balko, Zan Chandler, and
Tricia Lustig.

The committee is led by chair Elizabeth Rudd, and chief judge Jim Mathews.

GRADUATE INDIVIDUALS
1ST PLACE
IMAGES OF THE FUTURE OF PRIVACY
Matti Minkkinen
Turku School of Economics and FF

2ND PLACE
TOWARDS A NEW SOCIAL ECONOMY
Melissa Daly-Buajitti
OCAD

3RD PLACE
ESSAY ON COLONIZING THE FUTURE
Christopher Cerer
University of the Sunshine Coast

GRADUATE TEAMS
1ST PLACE
FUTURE OF BROADCAST
Jon Hoss, Karen Maxwell, Zahra Ebrahim, and Shannah Segal
OCAD

2ND PLACE
FUTURE OF FOREIGN AID
Karen Oikonen, Lauren Snowball, Hilary Best and Jennifer Chan
OCAD

UNDERGRADUATES
1ST PLACE
FRAMEWORK FORECAST ON DIGITAL STORAGE
Benjamin Yu
University of Houston

2ND PLACE
SCANNING REPORT TO OIL SEARCH
Aaron Villa
Swinburne University of Technology

ALTERNATIVE FORMAT
1ST PLACE
TRANSHUMANISM

Nóra Gáyer, Gábor Gombás, Máté Csíkvári, Ede Szarka
Corvinus University of Budapest

2ND PLACE
FUTURE OF AFFLUENCE (NOUSOPOLY)
Adam Starkman, Mark Singh, Melissa Daly-Buajitti
OCAD


2013 AWARDS
Thanks to Jim Mathews for co-chairing and coordinating the judging process and to all of our individual judges: Ken Harris, Kaye Strong, John Jackson, Barbara Bok, Maree Conway, Marcus Barber, Rowena Morrow, Verne
Wheelwright, Vahid Motlagh, and Oliver Markley.

INDIVIDUAL GRADUATE STUDENTS
1ST PLACE
THE HUMAN PROBLEM
Heather Schlegel
University of Houston

2ND PLACE
SUSTAINING KNOWLEDGE FLOW FOR HEALTH AND EFFICIENCY
Sandra Geitz
Swinburne University of Technology

3RD PLACE
WEATHER-RELATED DISASTER RECOVERY
Jim Breaux
University of Houston

INDIVIDUAL PHD STUDENTS
1ST PLACE
THE SEMANTIC EVOLUTION OF SINO CHARACTER TERMS FOR THE FUTURE IN EAST ASIA
Il Han Bae
University of Hawaii at Manoa

2ND PLACE
UNPACKING IMAGES OF CHINA USING CAUSAL LAYERED ANALYSIS
Jeanne Hoffman
Macquarie University

3RD PLACE
FUTURES OF THE FEMININE
Aubrey Yee
University of Hawaii at Manoa

TEAM CATEGORY
1ST PLACE
FUTURES OF SOYBEAN INSOUTH AMERICA BY 2030
Ulla Gordillo and Pablo Pérez
University of Turku

2ND PLACE
IMPACTS OF ICT-BASED EDUCATION IN THREE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Athanasopoulou Christina, Adrienn Juhász, Eszter Monda
University of Turku

3RD PLACE
THE FUTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Marta Bukowska, Michelle van Geffen, Magda Niewczas
Nanyang Technological University


2012 AWARDS
The judges are: Elizabeth Rudd (Australia), John Mahaffie (US), Kay Strong (US), Ken Harris (US), Maree Conway (Australia), Dr Oliver Markley (US), Rowena Morrow (Australia), and Terry Grim (US).

The committee is led by chair Elizabeth Rudd, and chief judge Jim Mathews, with committee members Terry Collins, Ruben Nelson, Steve Gould, Laurie Bonney, Maree Conway, and Rowena Morrow.

INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY
1ST PLACE
LEARNING ENGLISH IN TAIWAN’S ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Tzuying Wu (Wu, Tzu-Ying)
Tamkang University

2ND PLACE
INFLUENCES AND FACTORS ON POTENTIAL FUTURES OF BANKING
Tania Kennedy
Swinburne University of Technology

3RD PLACE
FORECASTING IRAN’S POWER POLICY
Farhad Azad
Regent University

TEAM CATEGORY
1ST PLACE
MODELING SCENARIOS: THE YELLOW CORN PRODUCTION IN MEXICO TO 2018
Alba Ortega Trevino, Raziel Rico David, Dunyazath Salazar Alvarez, Nahita Trejo Rodriguez, Gloria Perez Salazar
Monterrey Institute
of Technology

PUBLIC DEBT OF NUEVO LEON, MEXICO TOWARDS 2025: KEY ELEMENTS AND EFFECT OF THE FISCAL POLICY
Liliana Moreno, Rodrigo Orea, Noe Martinez, David Mora, Gloria Perez Salazar
Monterrey Institute of Technology

3RD PLACE
THE DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION
Heather Schlegel, Emily Empel
University of Houston


2011 AWARDS
The judges are: Ken Harris, Kaye Strong, Terry Grim, Verne Wheelwright, Wendy Schultz, Vahid Motlagh, Barbara Bok, Jim Burke, Natalie Ambrose, Judy Leavitt, Josh Calder, Emily Empel, Timothy Balko, Zan Chandler, and
Tricia Lustig.

The committee is led by chair Elizabeth Rudd, and chief judge Jim Mathews.

PHD CATEGORY
1ST PLACE
MOVEMENTS TOWARD HOLISM IN FUTURES INQUIRY
Jose M Ramos
University of Queensland

2ND PLACE
KNOWLEDGE OF THE FUTURE: SUBJECTIVE INTERPRETATIONS OR TRUE BELIEFS?
Teea Palo
Turku School of Economics and Finland Future Academy

3RD PLACE
DESIGNING THE FUTURE: USE AND EVALUATION OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE FUTURE
Kalle Piirainen
Turku School of Economics and Finland Future Academy

TEAM CATEGORY
1ST PLACE
THE ROLE OF MULTIPLAYER GAMES IN THE FUTURE
Póth Attila, Török Tamás and Ádám Drobinoha
Corvinus University of Budapest and Finland Futures Academy

2ND PLACE
HOW WILL THE MOBILE PHONE’S EVOLUTION SHAPE OUR LIFE IN 2020?
Dániel Bartha, Csernyi Balázs and Noémi Szabari
Corvinus University of Budapest and Finland Futures Academy

3RD PLACE
DESIGNING THE FUTURE: USE AND EVALUATION OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE FUTURE
Kalle Piirainen
Turku School of Economics and Finland Future Academy

INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY
1ST PLACE
THE FUTURES OF LITERACY
Elizabeth Chapman
University of Houston

2ND PLACE
CRINGE MAGAZINE
Lily Quinto Banton
University of Houston

3RD PLACE
A QUALITATIVE USER EVALUATION OF COLLOCATIONAL TOPIC NETWORKS AS A TEXT
Camilla Magnuson
Turku School of Economics and Finland Future Academy

HONORABLE MENTIONS
MONTERREY’S CITIZENS AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
Martha Laura Gonzalez Garcia
Monterrey Institute of Technology

THE VALUE EXCHANGE
Heather Schlegel
University of Houston

TEARING APART THE WORK-LIFE MAP OR THE INTEGRAL VIEW?
Sandra Geitz
Swinburne University of Technology

SUSTAINABLE COLLECTIONS MANAGEMENT: CAN WE KEEP COLLECTING?
Mary Jo Lelyveld
Swinburne University of Technology

NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF “MENTAL TIME TRAVEL” AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO FORESIGHT
Garath Priday
Swinburne University of Technology

SPIRITUALISM AND SOCIAL CHANGE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FUTURISTIC SCHOLARS
Maria Binte Shaid
Pakistan Futuristics Foundation and Institute

FUTURISTICS AND CREATIVITY: EDUCATION, LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Tariq Khan
Pakistan Futuristics Foundation and Institute

MY VISION OF A PFI MODEL SCHOOL: THE PAK. YOUNG FUTURISTS
Mrs. Tehreem Hasan
Pakistan Futuristics Foundation and Institute

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WHY I GIVE
        Cynsa Bonorris                       Kristine Karlson, MD                           John Chatzky
        Richard & Joan Schreiber             Wendy & David Keene
        Michael Brown*                       Richard Kennelly, Jr.
        Doc-Oh! & Julie Burke*               Elizabeth Kent*
        Laurel Caputo                        Jeffrey Klepacki
        Susanne Carlson                      Koven Foundation
        Rebecca Binder & Chuck Cohen         John Lapides & Melanie Ginter
        Christine & Matt Collins             Annie Lin-Johnson
        Torrey Cooke                         Kathy Simmonds Liveris
        William G. Cox                       Jane Marie Loomis*                                SUPPORTING THE
        Andy & Lucinda Daly                  Michael & Nancy Loucks                            NRF AND OUR NATIONAL
        Anita DeFrantz                       Herbert J. Louis                                  TEAMS
        Donad J. Dougherty, Sr.              Lynne Lovell
        Christopher Duffy                    Paul MacPherson                                   At the age of twenty, having coxed at Penn
        Richard Emerson                      Steve Madden                                      for less than two years, I was selected to my
        John Esling                          Saman Majd                                        first National Team, steering the lightweight eight at
        Anne Essner                          Peter Mallory                                     the World Championships in Amsterdam in 1977.   It was a
        Bill Fedyna                          Jay Mandelbaum                                    magical summer, one of the best of my life, and I remember clearly
        Jay Feenan                           Oleg Simanovsky                                   the thrill of being selected, the pride of wearing the USA colors, and the
        Martha Ferguson                      Ken & Lorie Masson                                excitement of competing against the best athletes in the world.  Our boat
        Michael Ferry                        Raymond McGee                                     rowed poorly and raced even worse, but despite our bad performance
        Jacques Fiechter                     Sam McVeety                                       the experience was the best I’d had in my life up until that point.
        Annette Forster                      Meadowview Family LLC
        Torrey Foster                        Robert Maynard                                    In recent years I have learned, however, that the pride, the joy, and the
        Scott Frantz                         Maureen Merhoff & Paul Reis                       excitement of racing as a young man is nowhere near as rewarding as
        Timothy Fulham                       Scott Meuser                                      supporting today’s athletes, both the men and the women.  They train
        Ian Gardiner                         Joseph & Eugenie Michels                          year round, putting careers and family on hold in pursuit of their quest.
        Goodwin Family                       Timothy Mickelson                                 They torture themselves in their daily workouts then come back with
        JoAnn Grainger                       J. William Middendorf, II                         a smile for more each and every day.  They are the closest of friends
        Bruns Grayson                        James Millar                                      on and off the water, yet understand that there are a limited number
        Richard Grossman                     Joleen & Allen Miller                             of seats and not enough for all of them to share.   They are committed,
        Mary Jane Hartwell                   Bruce Milne                                       determined, cheerful, articulate and the best that our nation has to
        Steven Heller                        Kelly Moore                                       offer.  I support them as much as I can with my time, with my experience
        William Hobbs                        Robert Morey, Jr.                                 and with my money.  Wearing the colors in competition almost forty
        Craig Hoffman                        John Morrell                                      years ago was thrilling but not even close to watching four of our finest
        Ben Holbrook                         John Mueller                                      athletes win a gold medal at a recent World Championships, rowing in
        Nancy & Charles Hovey                Charles Murray                                    a racing shell that carried my name.  I will continue to support both the
        George & Leslie Hume                 J. Eric Nelson                                    NRF and our athletes for as long as I can.
        Chris Huntington                     NYAC Rowing Club
        Saratoga Rowing Association; Inc.    Barbara & Tom O’Connell                           John Chatzky
        Marguerite Johnston                  Stephen Padovano

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  • 04/22/2021 – Maxim Studenovsky received a diploma from the festival “Theaters of St. Petersburg for Children”!
  • 04/01/2021 – Information from the Committee for Culture of St. Petersburg
  • 03/27/2021 – Happy Theater Day!
  • 03/06/2021 – Happy birthday, Grigory Mikhailovich!
  • 12/31/2020 – Happy New Year!
  • 11/30/2020 – Two “Golden Knight” prizes for the play “Elder Son”
  • 10/26/2020 – “Cyrano de Bergerac” – three times winner of the “Golden Soffit” award!
  • 09/23/2020 – We are 10 years old!
  • 09/10/2020 – On September 12 the Masterskaya Theater opens the long-awaited 11th theater season
  • 06/09/2020 – The 10th theater season is over!
  • 06/04/2020 – We join the relay # helping doctors
  • 03/27/2020 – Happy International Theater Day!
  • 03/19/2020 – Cancellation of performances due to quarantine
  • 03/16/2020 – Cancellation of tours due to quarantine
  • 03/16/2020 – Performances are not canceled!
  • 03/06/2020 – Grigory Kozlov is 65!
  • 01/30/2020 – Evgeny Shumeiko – nominee for the “Breakthrough” award!
  • 12/31/2019 – Happy New Year!
  • 12/30/2019 – Operating hours of ticket offices during the New Year holidays
  • 12/17/2019 – III festival “School.Studio. Workshop “completed!
  • 12/08/2019 – Chinese tour of the play “The Dawns Here Are Quiet”
  • 10/30/2019 – Russia will host a “Cultural Marathon” for schoolchildren
  • 09/02/2019 – The third tour in China has ended
  • 08 / 26/2019 – Caution! Scammers!
  • 08/15/2019 – The tenth theater season is open!
  • 07/20/2019 – “The Wizard of the Emerald City” – for the first time on the big stage of the “Workshop”!
  • 07/17/2019 – Nikolay Slobodyanik is a nominee for the Golden Soffit award!
  • 07/15/2019 – The 9th theater season is over!
  • 07/08/2019 – The second tour in China has ended
  • 07/05/2019 – Summer operating hours of ticket offices
  • 07/04/2019 – New rules for the purchase and return of tickets
  • 06/17/2019 – “Workshop” at the “Stanislavsky Factory”
  • 05/01/2019 – The “Workshop” tour in China has ended
  • 04/30/2019 – Results of the XVIII Festival “Theaters of St. Petersburg for Children”
  • 04/26/2019 – Grigory Kozlov – laureate of the award of the Governor of the Sverdlovsk region!
  • 03/28/2019 – Second place at the Gertrude Cup!
  • 03/27/2019 – Happy Theater Day!
  • 03/22/2019 – “Workshop” opened “[email protected] rt.contact “!
  • 03/21/2019 – The Acting Governor instructed to solve the problems of the “Workshop”
  • 03/06/2019 – Happy Birthday, Master!
  • 03/04/2019 – Foma Byzgu and Ilya Koletsky are laureates of the Breakthrough Prize!
  • 01/01/2019 – Happy New Year!
  • 12/28/2018 – “Workshop” trainees are nominated for “Breakthrough”!
  • 12/15/2018 – The festival is over
  • 10/12/2018 – Four awards of the “Workshop”
  • 12/04/2018 – The festival has started!
  • 11/28/2018 – A lesson in the authenticity of stage life
  • 11/20/2018 – Grigory Kozlov and Maxim Blinov – laureates of the International Stanislavsky Prize
  • 10/30/2018 – Our Golden Soffit
  • 10/04/2018 – Explanations the management of the “Workshop” theater about incorrect publications in the media
  • 09/15/2018 – “Workshop” on the stage of the DK Gaza
  • 09/10/2018 – We are returning to Moscow!
  • 08/03/2018 – Season 9 is open!
  • 08/03/2018 – “Workshop” will perform in the framework of the program “Theater Petersburg on Book Alleys”
  • 08/02/2018 – Grigory Kozlov will receive a medal of the Order of Merit to the Fatherland
  • 07/25/2018 – 9 days before the start of the 9th season
  • 07/02/2018 – Results of the eighth season: chronology
  • 06/30/2018 – Release of the course 2014-2018
  • 06/28/2018 – Festival “Voices of History”
  • 06 / 05/2018 – Operating hours of the ticket office in July
  • 06/02/2018 – Award of the festival “Stanislavsky Factory”
  • 05/30/2018 – Prize of the Government of St. Petersburg
  • 03/13/2018 – Our “Breakthrough”
  • 03/07/2018 – Premiere of “Workshop” – “Last summer in Chulimsk”!
  • 02/04/2018 – Different fates, different roles
  • 02/04/2018 – “Love is stronger than fear”
  • 12/31/2017 – Happy New Year!
  • 12/20/2017 – Five nominees for the “Breakthrough” award
  • 12/18/2017 – “Workshop” tour in Novosibirsk!
  • 12/12/2017 – Youth Prize of the Government of St. Petersburg
  • 12/11/2017 – Premiere of the play “My Happiness”
  • 12/01/2017 – The first theater festival “School.Studio. Workshop “- open!
  • 11/19/2017 – Tours in Moscow on the stage of the shopping center “Na Strastnom”
  • 11/17/2017 – Three premieres of the “Workshop”
  • 11/10/2017 – Winners of the International Stanislavsky Prize announced
  • 10/20 / 2017 – The premiere of the play “The Master and Margarita” took place!
  • 09/23/2017 – Today is the birthday of the “Workshop”!
  • 08/25/2017 – Introducing the Workshop podcast!
  • 08/05/2017 – Workshop 3D tour
  • 07/30/2017 – TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
  • 07/28/2017 – Season 8 is open!
  • 07/27/2017 – Workshop Instagram
  • 07/26/2017 – Looking forward to the eighth season
  • 07/22/2017 – 7 days before the start of the season!
  • 07/20/2017 – Our “Seagull” is nominated for the “Golden Spotlight”
  • 07/13/2017 – Briefly about the results of the seventh season
  • 07/02/2017 – The seventh season ended with the performance “Tartuffe”
  • 06 / 20/2017 – “Love and Lenin” on June 28 at 19:30 on the stage of the Home Theater of the Yusupov Palace
  • 06/08/2017 – So we are back from the “Great Tour-2017”!
  • 05/26/2017 – Prices -30% on the City Day!
  • 05/05/2017 – Big tours in Nizhny Novgorod and Kazan
  • 04/25/2017 – “Workshop” news – video format
  • 04/24/2017 – The end of the season is near!
  • 04/18/2017 – The play “I have not seen the war… “received another award!
  • 04/18/2017 – The Cup of the Committee for Culture is ours!
  • 03/22/2017 – Theater Day at the “Workshop”. Tickets -15%
  • 03/22/2017 – “Notes of a young doctor” in Moscow
  • 03/14/2017 – Prize of the society “Teatral” x3
  • 03/13/2017 – Our “Breakthrough”
  • 03/01 / 2017 – 5 facts about the premiere
  • 02/23/2017 – Premiere at the “Workshop”! “Lines and Turns” directed by Evgeny Ibragimov
  • 02/23/2017 – Our performances in the Yusupov Palace
  • 02/20/2017 – “Workshop” in Moscow
  • 02/14/2017 – Attention! A gift for lovers!
  • 02/12/2017 – Today we have another theatrical holiday! In the overcrowded hall on Narodnaya Street, the play “The Elder Son” was staged 150 times!
  • 02/11/2017 – February 22 “Dialogues on American Jazz” at the Yusupov Palace
  • 02/09/2017 – The fifth performance after Dostevsky
  • 02/07/2017 – “Writer” at the festival “Five Evenings”
  • 02/06/2017 – Grand Prix of the Monocle festival
  • 01/31/2017 – “Notes of a young doctor” in the framework of the XXIV Pushkin Theater Festival
  • 01/27/2017 – January 27 – the day of lifting the blockade of Leningrad
  • 01/27/2017 – Today the play “Notes of a young doctor” will be held within the framework of the XI international festival of solo performances “Monocle”
  • 01/20/2017 – The play “Turandot” has entered the repertoire of the “Workshop”!
  • 01/18/2017 – In the spring we go to the “Golden Mask”
  • 01/18/2017 – “Writer” in the framework of the XIII All-Russian Theater Festival “Five Evenings” named afterA. M. Volodina
  • 01/01/2017 – Happy New Year!
  • 12/28/2016 – Announced the nominees for the St. Petersburg Theater Award for Young “Breakthrough”
  • 12/18/2016 – Premiere of the play “Tartuffe”
  • 11/30/2016 – Youth Prize of St. Petersburg – Maxim Blinov
  • 11/30/2016 – Video from the premiere of the play “Love Letters”
  • 11/11/2016 – A poster in your phone !
  • 11/11/2016 – New Year in the “Workshop” – a holiday for the whole family
  • 11/08/2016 – Our “Golden spotlight”
  • 11/01/2016 – We continue to sum up the work of the expert councils of the National Theater Award ” Golden Mask “
  • 11/01/2016 – 5 nominations for the” Golden Mask “
  • 10/28/2016 -” The Marriage of Balzaminov “- the hundredth performance
  • 10/28/2016 – October 26 within the framework of the 12th Shakespeare Festival we played in Yerevan “Once in Elsinore.Hamlet “- a performance by Roman Gabria
  • 10/06/2016 – On October 1, we opened one of the main festivals of solo performances in Russia – the Moscow Solo festival
  • 06/10/2016 – We are back from Avignon!
  • 03/10/2016 – Attention! Replacement performances!
  • 01/10/2016 – “Workshop” opens the “Solo” festival
  • 09/23/2016 – Celebrating a birthday!
  • 09/23/2016 – “Idiot. Return “goes to Avignon!
  • 09/23/2016 – First premiere this season!
  • 09/05/2016 – Promotion “Indian Summer” – tickets up to -30%
  • 08/09/2016 – On August 4, 2016 the Masterskaya theater raised the curtain of the new season!
  • 08/06/2016 – At the beginning of the new season, we will open the veil over the mystery and tell what premieres await viewers in the near future the results of the past theatrical season
  • 07/18/2016 – It’s time to sum up some of the results of the past sixth season of the “Workshop”
  • 07/03/2016 – Prize of the theater festival “Voices of History”
  • 06/22/2016 – The play “Ivan and Damn “- the diploma work of Andrey Gorbaty (class of Professor G.M. Kozlova)
  • 05/27/2016 – Promotion for the City Day – tickets up to -50%
  • 05/25/2016 – Roman Gabriya’s birthday
  • 05/18/2016 – May 21 show of the legendary play “Idiot. Return “directed by Grigory Mikhailovich Kozlov will be held within the framework of the XVII International Festival” Rainbow “
  • 05/13/2016 -” Notes of a young doctor “- premiere video and first reviews
  • 05/12/2016 – Laureate of the festival” MONOfest-2016 ”
  • 04/30/2016 – Graduates of the “Workshop” received new awards at Russian festivals
  • 04/29/2016 – The competition for new drama “Remark” has ended
  • 04/28/2016 – “Kid and Carlson” within the framework of the festival of theatrical art for children “Harlequin”
  • 04/18/2016 – Competition for new drama “Remark” – April 18-20 on the stage of the “Workshop”
  • 04/13/2016 – Large tours of the theater “Masterskaya”
  • 04/09 / 2016 – Performances on the stage of the DK Gaza
  • 04/05/2016 – “Workshop” at the forum “M @ rt.contact “
  • 04/01/2016 – In memory of Dmitry Tsilikin
  • 03/18/2016 – Theater” Masterskaya “at the festival” Golden Mask “
  • 03/18/2016 – Grigory Kozlov in the studio” Fontanka. Office “
  • 03/15/2016 – Arthur Vakha and the flock “Flew” – April 5 on the stage of the “Workshop”
  • 03/15/2016 – Theater “Masterskaya” – laureate of the “Teatral” and “Breakthrough” awards
  • 03/11/2016 – Tour of “Masterskaya” in Moscow March 11
  • 02/25/2016 – On the stage of the “Masterskaya” theater was held the competition “Theatrical battle.King of improvisation “
  • 02/18/2016 – Meeting with GM Kozlov in ESOD
  • 02/10/2016 – Ministry of Culture on Instagram
  • 02/09/2016 – “Workshop” at the XXIII Pushkin Theater Festival
  • 02/02/2016 – Did you expect something special?
  • 01/28/2016 – Acting Studio “Oxygen” opened its doors for the first time
  • 01/28/2016 – Grigory Kozlov’s recital
  • 01/22/2016 – Premiere of the play “Letterist”
  • 01/22/2016 – January 27 tickets -50%
  • 06/01/2016 – Theatrical review competition
  • 05/01/2016 – Ticket office hours
  • 12/29/2015 – Nomination for Best Actress for the Breakthrough Award
  • 12 / 28/2015 – Happy New Year!
  • 12/25/2015 – Youth Prize of St. Petersburg
  • 12/17/2015 – Alexander Mikhailovich Sholokhov at the play “Quiet Don”
  • 11/10/2015 – Prize of the “Golden Soffit”
  • 11/02/2015 – Soon premiere – “Rhinos”
  • 10/21/2015 – Dostoevsky on Fridays
  • 10/18/2015 – 50 years of Alexei Devotchenko.Memorable evening
  • 10/06/2015 – Video and photos from the 5th anniversary of the theater
  • 09/23/2015 – 5 years have passed – a long time
  • 09/17/2015 – “Elder Son” at the Irkutsk Vampilov Festival
  • 09/17/2015 – Creative meeting with Grigory Kozlov
  • 09/13/2015 – “Bremen Town Musicians” – photo session with artists
  • 09/12/2015 – Please the children at the beginning of the school year!
  • 09/10/2015 – Photo session with the audience – “Tom Sawyer”
  • 09/07/2015 – Tours in Moscow – reviews
  • 09/04/2015 – Tours in Moscow 5-9 September
  • 09/02 / 2015 – “Quiet Don” – a tour in Moscow (interview)
  • 08/21/2015 – A tour in Moscow on September 5-9 (press release)
  • 08/16/2015 – “Dreams of love, or the Marriage of Balzaminov” 16 August
  • 08/15/2015 – The Brothers Karamazov 15 August
  • 08/14/2015 – 14 August
  • 08/12/2015 – Plans for the 2015/2016 season
  • 08/09/2015 – Quiet Don “August 9
  • 08/08/2015 -” Quiet Don “August 8
  • 08/06/2015 – Tours in Abkhazia (photo report)
  • 08/03/2015 -” The dawns here are quiet “August 2
  • 08 / 01/2015 – “Two evenings in a merry house” August 1
  • 07/31/2015 – “Dreams of love, or the Marriage of Balzaminov” July 31
  • 07/31/2015 – Opening of the 6th season – July 31!
  • 06/28/2015 – “Two evenings in a merry house” June 28
  • 06/27/2015 – “Elder son” June 27
  • 06/27/2015 – “At the ark at eight” June 26
  • 06 / 27/2015 – “These free butterflies” June 25
  • 06/27/2015 – “Once in Elsinore.Hamlet “June 24
  • 06/21/2015 -” The Brothers Karamazov “June 21
  • 06/20/2015 -” The Brothers Karamazov “June 20
  • 06/17/2015 -” The Dawns Here Are Quiet “June 17
  • 06 / 16/2015 – Spectators of the “Workshop”
  • 06/14/2015 – “The Bremen Town Musicians” June 14
  • 06/13/2015 – “Moscow-Petushki” June 13
  • 06/12/2015 – “Once in Elsinore … Hamlet “June 12
  • 06/12/2015 – The whole family goes to the Masterskaya theater!
  • 05/09/2015 – Premiere of the play “I have not seen the war… “
  • 04/15/2015 -” Turandot “on the stage of the Educational Theater
  • 04/13/2015 – World Rock and Roll Day
  • 04/09/2015 – On Easter day – a play about the Ark
  • 03/27/2015 – Happy Theater Day!
  • 03/06/2015 – Anniversary of Grigory Kozlov
  • 03/06/2015 – Congratulations from the Chairman of the STD Alexander Kalyagin
  • 02/04/2015 – “Workshop” not only at Narodnaya
  • 01/29/2015 – Competition for the best theater review
  • 12/31/2014 – Happy New Year 2015!
  • 12/27/2014 – Charge yourself with the festive mood!
  • 12/24/2014 – Youth Prize of St. Petersburg
  • 12/07/2014 – “Quiet Don” – Grand Prix at the forum “Golden Knight”
  • 12/05/2014 – Tour in Moscow 12-18 December
  • 10/24/2014 – St. Petersburg performances based on Dostoevsky
  • 10/23/2014 – “Dog” about the artists of the city
  • 10/06/2014 – Birthday of Maxim Studenovsky
  • 09/29/2014 – Tour in Rostov- on-Don
  • 09/22/2014 – Birthday of the theater
  • 09/22/2014 – Tours in Rostov-on-Don and Volgodonsk
  • 09/16/2014 – Dear students, we have great news!
  • 07/31/2014 – Opening of the 5th season at the Masterskaya theater
  • 07/18/2014 – Tour of the theater in Rostov-on-Don
  • 06/29/2014 – The fourth theater season is over
  • 06 / 29/2014 – Operating hours of the box office in July
  • 06/21/2014 – Additional performance “The Elder Son” June 24
  • 06/12/2014 – “Remembering my unfortunate putas”.Trailer. Last show of the season
  • 06/09/2014 – Performance by Marquez. The last shows of the season. Two tickets for the price of one!
  • 06/01/2014 – Fresh press
  • 05/31/2014 – Theater tours
  • 05/20/2014 – Open “Workshop”
  • 05/15/2014 – Prize of the Government of St. Petersburg
  • 04 / 04/2014 – Birthday of Sergei Alimpiev
  • 04/02/2014 – “Our Avlabar” – “Best Comedy”
  • 04/01/2014 – Cancellation of performances on April 3 and 4
  • 03/31/2014 – “Concert of Sasha Black for piano with an artist “April 3
  • 03/31/2014 – We invite you to the solo performances by Alexey Devotchenko April 3 and 4
  • 03/27/2014 – Congratulations on the international day of theater!
  • 03/26/2014 – Premiere of the film “Summer.Peter. Love “28.03
  • 03/25/2014 – Invitation to Alexey Devotchenko’s solo performances
  • 03/13/2014 -” Moscow-Petushki “- March 15 and 29 at 19:30
  • 03/13/2014 – New partner of the theater – bookstore chain “Bukvoed”
  • 02/14/2014 – Competition for the best theatrical review among high school students
  • 02/13/2014 – Theater prize “Breakthrough”
  • 02/12/2014 – 13 February (Thu) – “Days Turbins “
  • 02/05/2014 – People’s award
  • 02/02/2014 – Cancellation of the performance” Moscow-Petushki “on February 2 and 12
  • 01/17/2014 – Replacement of the performance on February 1
  • 01/05/2014 – “The Bremen Town Musicians” – special screening
  • 12/29/2013 – Happy 2014!
  • 12/09/2013 – Peter Sholokhov visiting the “Workshop”
  • 12/04/2013 – “Quiet Don” at the theater “Masterskaya” 7, 8 December
  • 11/29/2013 – “Diary of a provincial in St. Petersburg “December 3
  • 11/28/2013 – Competition for the best review among high school students
  • 11/18/2013 – Tour to Marseille
  • 09/25/2013 -” Moscow-Petushki “and” Quiet Don “in the rays of” Golden soffit “
  • 09/23/2013 – Theater” Masterskaya “- 3 years
  • 09/13/2013 -” Quiet Don “- 7, 8 December
  • 09/13/2013 – September issue of the magazine” INFOSKOP “
  • 09/10/2013 – Theater “Masterskaya” in the theater festival Tbilisi International
  • 06/01/2013 – Celebration of the tenth anniversary of the “Children’s Hospice”
  • 05/31/2013 – Press about the play “Quiet Don”
  • 05/17 / 2013 – Dance Workshop “Reaktsiya”
  • 05/16/2013 – Petersburg Theater Journal announces fundraising for the activities of its website
  • 05/15/2013 – Tour and the Masterskaya theater in Moscow
  • 04/17/2013 – City-wide theatrical action “City Day”
  • 03/14/2013 – “Concert of Sasha Cherny for piano with an artist” – April 19 at 19:30
  • 03 / 06/2013 – Performance of “Such a theater” “The Fugitive Airplane” March 12 on the stage of the “Workshop”
  • 03/02/2013 – Cancellation of performances of “Such theater” March 3, 5, 7
  • 02/13/2013 – Performance “Moscow-Petushki”.Premiere
  • 02/01/2013 – “Such a theater” visiting the “Workshop”
  • 12/31/2012 – Dear friends! Our beloved viewers!
  • 12/21/2012 – Holidays with the “Workshop” theater
  • 12/04/2012 – Tour in Tbilisi!
  • 11/07/2012 – Internet competition “Theater on the Net”
  • 09/21/2012 – Hurray !!! Four cups are ours!
  • 09/20/2012 – Cancellation of the play “At the Ark at eight” October 20
  • 09/03/2012 – Khanuma herself will congratulate the “Workshop” on the premiere
  • 08/29/2012 – Book circulation in the “Workshop”
  • 08 / 10/2012 – In memory of Pyotr Naumovich Fomenko
  • 07/17/2012 – Opening of the 3rd season on August 3
  • 05/18/2012 – Closing of the 2nd season
  • 04/02/2012 – Tour of the theater ” Workshop “in Moscow
  • 03/19/2012 – Charity event in the” Workshop “
  • 02/26/2012 -” At the Ark at eight “in Singapore
  • 02/14/2012 – Congratulations to the winners of the third St. Petersburg prize” Breakthrough”!
  • 02/02/2012 – Performance by the Etude Theater “The Phoenix Bird Returns Home”
  • 01/31/2012 – “Idiots” go to Moscow
  • 01/13/2012 – Beautiful far away
  • 11/08/2011 – “Golden Spotlight” announced the names of the winners of the season
  • 11/05/2011 – Announcement of the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2012
  • 10/25/2011 – Tour of the Masterskaya theater directed by Grigory Kozlov in Moscow
  • 10/14/2011 – Results of the theatrical festival “Baltic House”
  • 08/20/2011 – “The Idiot” and “Elder Son” in Yekaterinburg
  • 08/12/2011 – “Elder Son” in Moscow
  • 08/08/2011 – 1st premiere of the 2nd season.
  • 08/03/2011 – Opening of the second season!
  • 06/25/2011 – The dawns here are quiet
  • 06/18/2011 – Closing of the 1st season
  • 05/23/2011 – “Penguins” in Moscow
  • 05/14/2011 – “Elder son” in Moscow
  • 05/11/2011 – Friday, the 13th.
  • 04/25/2011 – Everyone who loves our “Elder Son”, but does not like to go to Narodnaya Street, we invite on May 15 to the theater “Litsedei” (metro station “Petrogradskaya”). Beginning at 1
  • 04/10/2011 – “Elder Son” in Yaroslavl
  • 04/09/2011 – Grigory Kozlov was nominated for the “TOP 50” award of the “Sobaka” magazine.ru “
  • 04/02/2011 -” The eldest son “in Moscow
  • 03/28/2011 – Belarusian respect
  • 03/20/2011 -” Idiot “in Mogilev
  • 03/16/2011 – In a theatrical family addition!
  • 03/08/2011 – Happy Spring!
  • 03/01/2011 – The Teatral Society Audience Award was given to the artists of the Masterskaya theater
  • 02/08/2011 – The Workshop site was recognized as the site of the month
  • 02/05/2011 – The 7th Volodinsky Festival opened
  • 01/18/2011 – “Workshop” was named the theater of the year
  • 01/12/2011 – 19th at 19.00: “After Chekhov” on Kuznechny, 5/2
  • 12/15/2010 – “The Idiot” Dec 19. Starring Maxim Studenovsky
  • 12/15/2010 – December 18 “Equation with two, or Execution” as part of the “Christmas Parade” festival at 16:00
  • 01/12/2010 – December 8 on the stage of the Theater of the Museum. F.M. Dostoevsky – play “Meek”
  • 11/28/2010 – Mikhail Kasapov in the title role of the play “Mercy”
  • 09/23/2010 – First season

90,000 Christina J. Carlson – author’s books, biography, photos, personal life

  • Product code
    98307

    Publisher:
    Balance Business Books

    Language:
    Russian

    The year of publishing:
    2007

    Binding:
    Solid

90,000 Christy Carlson Romano (Christy Carlson Romano): filmography, photo, biography.Actor.

Brief biography

Christie was born on March 20, 1984 in Milford, Connecticut. The girl’s parents were Anthony Romano and Sharon Carlson. At birth, the name of the future actress sounded like Christie Michelle Romano. In addition to Christie, her two older sisters and two brothers grew up in the family. In childhood, Romano was a student of the Orange Ave Elementary School, and after graduation she transferred to the New York Professional Children’s School. A few years after the birth of Christie, the whole family moved to Atlanta.It was there that the girl took her first steps in her future career. At the age of six, Romano was selected to appear on several Broadway shows at once. Among them were such musicals as “Annie”, “The Sound of Music” and “The Will Rogers Follies”. Christie first appeared in films in 1996. Her debut was Woody Allen’s musical romantic comedy Everybody Says I Love You. Christie performed the composition “Chiquita Banana” in the film. Other roles in the film were played by Julia Roberts, Goldie Hawn, Drew Barrymore, Edward Norton, Tim Roth and Natalie Portman.A year later, Romano appeared as Pearl in Hal Hartley’s comedy drama Henry Ful. The film won the Best Screenplay Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Three years later, Christie played the role of Tina Pirelli in Martin Davidson’s drama Waiting for the Echo. In 2002, the actress began dubbing Will Menyot’s fantasy adventure cartoon Dinosaur Island. In the same year, together with Hilary Duff, Romano played the main role in Larry Shaw’s family comedy television project Cadet Kelly.Around this time, Christie received an invitation from the directors of the animated television series Kim Five-with-Plus. Her heroine was a young schoolgirl Kimberly, who began the fight against the forces of world evil. This work becomes one of the actress’s calling cards. In late 2002, director Gary Halvorson cast Romano as the lead in the comedy B.S. 2003 began for Romano with a role in Sean McNamara’s family comedy “How to Stay Alive”, where Shia LaBeouf became Christie’s partner. The tape told about the cheerful Stevenson family, who unexpectedly won vacation packages on a beautiful Pacific beach, and then got on the air of a reality show about survival on a tropical island.Soon, the actress took part in the work on the popular fantasy television series by James Hayman and Kevin Dowling “New Jeanne D’Arc”. Romano got the main role in 2005. She appeared in Melanie Mayron’s family comedy School Secrets. One of Christie’s notable works was the main role in the sports comedy “Golden Ice”, where the actress played in a duet with Ross Thomas. The tape told about an ambitious figure skater and a promising figure skater who set themselves a difficult task – to win Olympic gold at any cost.In 2007, Andrew Waller invited Romano to the musical youth comedy Steal My Heart. One of the last works of the actress was the horror film by Glenn Ciano “The Threat of Infection”, where Christie worked on the same set with Michael Madsen and William Forsyth.

Santa Cristina – hotels 4-5 *, tours, hotels Santa Cristina

Among the many towns of the Val Gardena, this mountain resort lays claim to the most beautiful views of the fabulous Dolomites.It is from its streets that the massive Sassolungo rock, 3180 meters high, looks like a huge rod on which the valley itself, and the surrounding lifts, and the sharp spiers of the church, preserved from the times of the Austrian Empire, are strung.

Real romantics, of course, will find the medieval fortress-museum of Trostburg (11th century) on the surrounding passes, and the ruins of the Wolkenstein castle under the Stevia cliff – once owned by the last minnesinger of Europe, the knight and poet Oswald von Volkenstein.Fans of downhill skiing will rush along the “red” Ciampinoi track, leading past the hunting residence of the Volkenstein family – the privately owned Renaissance Fischburg castle.

Situated at an altitude of 1466 meters, Santa Cristina has a 170 km ski area dominated by intermediate skiers. However, 17 kilometers of these slopes – with sharp changes in altitude and sudden turns – are designed for professionals.The most comfortable conditions for beginners are created by the wide natural mountain plateau Belvedere, which is served by five lifts at once.

Apre-ski Santa Cristina consists of a set classic for an alpine resort valley: small but cozy restaurants with specialties of Italian and Tyrolean cuisine, skating rinks flooded with the light of colorful lanterns, fashion shops and souvenir shops. And of course, sports clubs for every taste , from tennis and mini golf to paragliding and ice climbing.In addition, in Santa Cristina, there is a fun folk theater and local history museum dedicated to the history of the valley and the art of woodcarving.

All hotels in Santa Cristina

90,000 Kelly Carlson (Kelly Carlson), Actress: photo, biography, filmography, news

American actress and model.

Kelly Lee Carlson (Kelly Lee Carlson) was born on February 17, 1976 in Bloomington, Minnesota, USA.

Kelly studied acting at Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield. Simultaneously with her studies, the girl worked as a model for brands such as “ Miller Lite “, “ Rembrandt ” and “ Oliver Peoples “.

In 2004 Kelly Carlson appeared on the covers of Maxim and Stuff magazines.

In 2007 Carlson was included in the list of 100 sexiest women in the world according to the magazine “ Maxim “, and in 2011 the magazine “ Tear Sheet ” named Kelly among the 50 most beautiful people in the world.

Artistic career Kelly Carlson began in the theater. In 2001, the actress first appeared on the screen – in a cameo role in the crime drama “ 3000 Miles to Graceland ” (“3000 Miles to Graceland”). Two years later Kelly starred in the pilot episode of Body Parts (Nip / Tuck), later appearing in several more episodes, and since 2005 her heroine – model Kimber Henry – has become a regular character on the TV show.

Popularity Kelly Carlson brought participation in projects such as “ Widower’s Love ” (“Everwood”), “ Defective Detective ” (“Monk”), “ Castle ” (“castle”), ” Melrose Place “(” Melrose Place “) and others.

In 2010 Carlson played Janet Meyers in the TV series Supernatural and his internet spinoff Supernatural: Ghostfacers.

Kelly Carlson is actively involved in charity work, she is a member of the “ Smile Network “, which provides health programs for children and adolescents from developing countries.

Filmography Kelli Clarkson / Kelli Karlson

Jimmy (2013) Jimmy, role: Ellen Mitchell
The Finder (TV series 2011 – 2012) The Finder, role: Gail McHottie
Supernatural: The Spirit Tamers (2010) Ghostfacers, Role: Janet Meyers
Supernatural (2010) supernatural, role: Janet Meyers c
Castle (TV series, 2009 -…) castle, role: Ellie Monroe
Melrose Place (TV series 2009 – 2010) Melrose Place, role: Wendy Mattison
Body parts (TV series 2003 – 2010) Nip / Tuck, role: Kimberly Henry
Defective detective (TV series, 2002 – 2009) Monk, role: Lola
Player 5150 (2008) Player 5150, Role: Lucy
Friend of the Bride (2008) Made of Honor, Role: Christy
C.S.I .: Miami (TV series, 2002 – 2012) CSI: Miami, role: Laurie Atherton
Glass Showcase (2007) Shadowbox (Short) Role: Sandy
The Marine (2006) The Marine, role: Keith Triton
Break-In (TV, 2006), role: Marla
C.S.I. Crime scene (TV series 2000 – …) CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, role: Sally … Sally
Widower’s love (TV series, 2002 – 2006) Everwood, role: Ada
Head Cases (TV series 2005) Role: Patti Knight
Paparazzi (2004) Paparazzi, role: Christine
Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation (Video 2004) Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation, Role: Private Charlie Soda
3000 miles to Graceland (2001) 3000 Miles to Graceland, role: a member of a gang of motorcyclists

Performance The Kid and Carlson, who lives on the roof of Jubilee Ave.Dobrolyubova, 18.

what
VsoPaskhaFilmy in prokateSpektakli in teatrahAvtosobytiyaAktsiiAlye parusaBalBalet, and operaBlagotvoritelnostVecherinki diskotekiVystavkiDen gorodaDen PobedyDen removal blokadyEvro-2021 in National Football SPbKinopokazyKonferentsiiKontsertyKrasota and modaLektsii, seminars in treningiLiteraturaMeropriyatiya restoranahMeropriyatiya VOVNoch muzeevOblastnye sobytiyaObschestvennye aktsiiOnlayn translyatsiiPrazdniki and meropriyatiyaPrezentatsii and otkrytiyaPremiiRazvlekatelnye shouRazvlecheniya for deteyrekonstruktsiyaReligiyaSobytiya on ulitseSpektakliSportivnye sobytiyaTvorcheskie vecheraFestivaliFK ZenitShkolnye kanikulyEkologicheskie sobytiyaEkskursiiYarmarki

Where
EverywhereAdministrations of r-novCreative art establishmentsAmusement parks, children’s entertainment centersAnautical clubsBases, boarding houses, out-of-town recreation centersSaunas and bathsBarsPools and swimming schoolsReading halls and librariesPlaces where to play billiardsBowlingShops, boutiques, gay clubs , rocks and heightsHotels HotelsPalacesYards-wells, entrancesCamps for recreation and development of childrenOther places of recreation and entertainmentAbroshki – buildings, camps, hotels and factoriesVeterinary clinics, nurseries, zoological hotelsContact zoos and parks with animalsTourist information centers, catwalks and cafes reality for children and adultsCurling playgroundsCinema centers and cinemasTombiles and necropolisesWater polo.kayaks, yachting, sailing clubsCoworking centersHorse ridesForts and castlesClothing and food storesLighthouses and fortsMed clinics and clinicsChildren’s recreation areasDrawing, cable-stayed, historical bridgesMuseumsState museum-reserves (GMZ) Creative lakes and barns and gardens squares, forest parks and forestsPaintball and LasertagCatacombs and underground grottoesSpacesRooms and conference halls for events, conferences, trainingsConcert hallsPiers, marinas, ports, parking Shelters and aid fundsBicycle and scooter rentalBeauty studios and hairdresser’s roofs and studios supermarketsDK and theatersExcursion boats on the Neva, Lagoda and the Gulf of FinlandShopping and entertainment centers, complexes and shopping centers, business centersUniversities, institutes, academies, collegesFitness centers, sports clubs and health centers Centers Spaces for photo sessions and photography Cathedrals, temples and churches

When
Any time Today Tue, April 27 Tomorrow Wed, April 28 Thursday, April 29 Friday, April 30 Saturday, May 1 Sunday, May 2 Monday, May 3 Tuesday, May 4 Wednesday, May 5 Thursday, May 6

LLC “Children’s Dental Clinic” Kid and Carlson “in Moscow

Fissure sealing in adults

Removal of dental plaque

Removal of dental calculus

Fluoridation of teeth

Teeth cleaning with ultrasound

Excision of the wisdom tooth hood

Complicated tooth extraction

Tooth extraction

Extraction of a wisdom tooth

Dental treatment under anesthesia

Caries treatment

Hygienic teeth cleaning

Tongue frenum plasty

Fissure sealing in children

Milk tooth extraction

Snapshot of tooth

Teeth trainers

Tooth cyst removal

Periodontitis treatment

Pulpitis treatment

Restoration of milk teeth

Braces Damon

Filling of milk teeth

Alignment caps for teeth straightening

Caries treatment ICON

Retainers

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