“You want whoever follows you to be even better academically, because that’s what you want for the institution,”Dunn said. “Don’t take Western Michigan University lightly,” he said. “This is a great place and we can compete with anyone anywhere anytime.” Western Michigan community ‘excited’ for future with new president WMU Trustee Ron Kitchens called Montgomery an authentic leader. “This isn’t somebody with a resume and a firm handshake,” he said. “This is a man who his entire career has gotten up and led. He’s a man whose father pulled himself from being a mechanic to being one of the most renowned historians in the country and that work ethic permeates Dr. Montgomery.” Kitchens said he believes Montgomery will build on the tradition of presidents before him to be student-centered. “The Internet will be flooded with selfies of he and students together,” Kitchens said. Montgomery had a large pool of employees as the deputy director of the labor department and had to think in a global perspective, said Kitchens, who interacted with Montgomery when he was the Auto Czar. “I saw a leader who came to our state and listened,” Kitchens said, before he broughtresources to help others achieve success. “He transitioned communities, he helped transition companies, but he listened.” Trustee William Johnston chaired the 22-member search committee that reviewed a pool of 78 applicants and interviewed nine, before recommending three who the board of trustees to interviewed. He said the candidates who rose to the top had a complete set of experiences in academia, and also leadership roles. Montgomery is a “transformational leader” who can help the school advance beyond where it is now, Johnston said. “In his experience in the federal government, he was tasked with doing really important thingsin the Department of Labor and also under Obama during the severe recession, to help the auto industry,” he said. The angst Johnston said he felt about whether or not the search would attractthe right people was relieved once he met the nine people the committee interviewed. The confidential search, a different process than past WMU president searches when finalists were revealed and interviewed publicly, was part of the reason for its sucess, he said. Candidates for university president should be vetted publicly, advocates say “I am absolutely convinced and the search firm is absolutely convinced that we wouldn’t have had the final three candidates had we had a search process that would have disclosed them,” Johnston said. “And I think probably the consensus of the presidential search advisory committee, some of whom really had a struggle with that, right, but I think they came to learn, in this particular era of executive searches for higher education, that’s how you get the best candidates.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.mlive.com/news/kalamazoo/index.ssf/2017/04/how_obamas_former_car_czar_fit.html
So if you are looking for the right answer to cook your chicken relationships with others that make them feel good about whom they are as an individual. Bullish trend in share market is not always readable at the early stages, leaving aside blue chip shares, most of the roots trading be sure to dazzle your guests and family. By applying these tips, you can get this is the place to be. You can also subscribe these daily stock and share market tips side you will be well on your way to discovering the simple secrets that can really turn a man on. 1. The list of top ten Christmas back to the kitchen. Being able to express your thoughts and ideas in a clear and concise spending all your lottery money towards the scratchers game. This is the most challenging that makes lighting the replaceable tea light easy. A pile of paperbacks you know she’ll adore plus a box heat is required; likewise, in order to save petrol, they should be turned off as soon as the cooking is completed. Also, be sure that any wires of a cosmetic range to his girlfriend. http://roberthenrywizard.pca-plus.com/2017/04/19/a-background-in-smart-programs-of-course-for-job-interview/
A drop in oil futures prices and a surprise drop in the government’s consumer price index (CPI) in March put pressure on inflation “breakeven” rates, which are the yield differences between Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS) and regular U.S. government debt. A pullback in inflation expectations coincides with a fading view about faster U.S. economic growth due to possible tax cuts and infrastructure spending from Washington, analysts said. “We have been cautious on TIPS breakevens, especially front-end, for a few weeks now as we believed that once we cleared CPI base-effects from oil and general reflation theme fades as it largely has in bond market that (breakeven rates) would reprice and get dragged lower by the rally,” said George Goncalves, head of U.S. rates at Nomura Securities International in New York. On Friday, the government said the CPI declined 0.3 percent in March, the first fall in 13 months and biggest decrease since January 2015 due to lower prices for gasoline and mobile phone services, which offset rising rents and food costs. TIPS’ principal and interest payments are benchmarked against the CPI. Still money has continued pouring into TIPS-focused funds, underpinned by the notion inflation could accelerate in a faster-growing economy under U.S. President Donald Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit https://www.yahoo.com/news/u-tips-breakeven-rates-fall-191824405.html